What if the body is too intelligent to make mistakes?

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In this video, we're going to look at why it is that symptoms may actually be really intelligent, rather than a mistake, or wrong. And as I've learned over the years, the body is far too intelligent to make mistakes. So I want to show you what that means in this video. Now, as we've talked about in previous videos, symptoms are the out flowering of something which was growing a long time before, underneath the ground. It was hidden, it was unseen. It was like the roots growing in the ground, and you don't see anything growing for some time.

And then all of a sudden, the plant starts to grow above the ground, and it flowers and when we experience symptoms, often that is the stage of the flowering. And we haven't been aware of what has been happening under the ground. And as we also talked about Every cell tissue and organ has a dual function. It has a metaphysical function at a physical function, a biological function and the bio logical function. Most people are aware of the physical biological functions of the body, but they're not so aware of the metaphysical bio logical functions of the body. And the example I gave, because it's one of the easiest ones to grasp, is that our digestive system biologically takes in processes assimilate digests food, and then it eliminates waste.

But the digestive system also has to take in and process our life. It literally digests our life, and in particular, our emotional life. And if we're not processing, if we're not swallowing if we're not digesting Testing what is going on in our life, then it's going to affect some part of our digestive system. And that will play out eventually on a physical level. Now, the reality is our body is programmed to stay alive. It will do whatever it takes to stay alive.

And it is also programmed to be happy to experience joy, to be able to fulfill one's purpose and passion. That is what we're here for. And so we are programmed to succeed. This is what we are naturally programmed for. And in order to ensure that this happens, we have an inbuilt software, rather like an app or software on your computer. It comes pre installed, and it is there to keep us on track to make sure that we stay healthy.

To make sure that we stay happy, and to make sure that we stay on track in life. Now, the way this software works is that it is assessing 24 hours a day, what is happening in my environment, and that is both the internal environment where it constantly checks and maintains homeostasis, or balance, but also in our external environment, in terms of the people around us, our physical environment where we're living, where we're working, every little thing that happens to us, there is data constantly being fed back into the body, and the body mind is making assessments. Am I happy? Or am I unhappy? Am I healthy? Or am I unhealthy?

And then as a result of those assessments, it will give us feedback for us to notice. But unfortunately, a lot of the time many people are not aware of this feedback. And they're either not noticing it at all, or they're overriding it. And that can lead to problems. Because our body needs to make sure that we stay safe, happy and healthy. So let's look in more detail at these levels of safety.

First of all, we have physical safety. And this is quite obvious. We need to stay alive. And in order to do that we need internal homeostasis. But we also need external safety, from the point of view of making sure that we don't walk off a cliff or we don't walk off the curb into a busy street and get run over. Our body is constantly assessing our environment to make sure that we stay safe.

And usually by the time we're an adult, we're pretty adept at doing this and we don't really think about it. But as you know, children don't do this and that's why Why child could run out onto the road and not realize that it's dangerous. So we have our physical safety in order to make sure that we literally stay alive. But one of the things that is less understood is the human need for emotional well being, and also emotional safety. We need to feel good inside in order to feel happy. We need to be experiencing emotions such as happiness, joy, love, gratitude, trust, peace, harmony, in order to feel good inside.

And the more of those types of feelings we feel inside, the healthier we're going to be. If on the other hand, we're experiencing emotions like fear, anger, frustration, loneliness, boredom, disappointment, hurt, betrayal. If we're constantly experiencing these types of emotions, our body is going to feed back to us That that is not okay. Because on an ongoing basis, if we're constantly experiencing these types of emotions, and we're not able to deal with them, then that is going to affect the biological functioning of our cells, tissues and organs. And eventually, over a period of time, this dis ease and disharmony will start to play out as physical symptoms. So our emotional well being is of paramount importance, not just so that we feel happy and good inside, but also for our physical health.

Now we have this inbuilt system, this app, this software, which makes sure that we maintain the happiness and the health and if it sees us going off track at all, then it will start to give us some feedback. So that They can bring us back on track. And the way that this feedback works is in a three step communication system. And most people are not being taught this in school. They don't understand that this is how their body works. It's a natural inbuilt system.

And it's their job to notice it. And their job to act upon the feedback and course correct if necessary. So the first level of feedback that our body gives us is what we can call body sensations or energetic sensations. An example of a sensation which most people or actually everyone is very familiar with, would be needing to go to the toilet, you get a certain sensation in a certain part of your body, the bladder, which tells you you need to go and empty your bladder. And once you take the action of doing so, it stops sending the sensation now at the point Being a sensation, it's not painful. But the longer you leave it, and the more you don't do anything about it, the more discomfort will be built up.

Now, as little children were trained very well in how to observe and notice instance, this sensation, and how to act upon it, the same thing with feeling hungry, you get a certain sensation in a certain part of your body, which tells you I need to put food into my body. And when you put food into your body, the sensation stops. So this is how the body speaks to us. It doesn't speak English, Chinese, German, or any other language. It speaks body sensations. And with the examples that I've given, most people are obviously pretty aware of what those sensations are, because they've been trained very well from an early age by their parents to notice them, and so they know how to do Notice this feedback and to act upon it.

However, there are many other sensations which our body sends us which people are not aware of, and they're not taking constructive action. And that creates problems. So there's a saying that most people are familiar with of having a gut sensation or a gut feeling. I had a gut feeling I should have done or not done x y, Zed. Now, that is also body feedback. And it's coming from what we call the gut brain.

And the definition of a brain is a network of neurons with intelligent purpose. So we have a gut brain which does not speak thoughts or words, it speaks sensations, and it's speaking to us all the time. And one of its main overriding functions is safety, to make sure that we stay safe. Now, if we overlook Ride the sensations which are coming to us automatically, then the body will ramp it up because it needs us to do what is right for us. It needs us to stay physically safe, physically healthy, and also emotionally safe and healthy. And if we miss the gut sensations or any other sensations coming from inside the body, it will ramp it up to level two.

And level two communication is stress and emotions. And they go quite closely hand in hand, which is why I've put them at the same level, but they are different. So stress is when the body goes into the sympathetic nervous system, stress, fight flight response, or SNS, or as I like to call it s o s, where our body gets ready to deal with a danger and the body feels like there is some threat to its well being or to its very life, and so it will immediately flick on the stress response. And when that happens, many different systems inside the body start to work differently. For example, the blood flows from the digestive system to the limbs so that we can run quickly. There are many, many changes that happen inside the body when the stress response is turned on.

And that is to ensure our survival and to make sure that we stay safe. And that survival response will be turned on if we either have a physical threat or an emotional threat. And the body may also trigger or will also trigger at this level emotions. And we're not talking the good feeling emotions like joy and happiness and peace. We're talking the other not so good feeling emotions, which most people label as negative emotions or There are no negative emotions just like a battery, we can have a positive and a negative end of a battery. And neither end is better than the other.

They're just different. So negative emotions are triggered such as anger, fear, frustration, hurt, disappointment, betrayal, loneliness, boredom. And the reason that the body triggers these emotions is to tell us something about something that is happening in our life that we need to attend to, or something that it's not happy about, which is why it's sending the unhappy emotions. And it wants us to take note that it's not feeling good about this. And that is its cue to tell you that you need to do something about it. So for example, say you're in a relationship where you're constantly being put down, you're being humiliated, maybe verbal abuse, maybe physical abuse, not treated well.

Boundaries being overstepped, etc, etc. The body is going to send emotions like frustration, sadness, hurt, disappointment, anger, fear, lots of different emotions. And the reason the body is sending those emotions is it's trying to tell you, I don't feel good. And you need to do something about this. And these emotions will come from the gut brain, as well as the heart brain. So this is the second level of inner communication.

And these emotions come automatically. They're instinctual. They're automatically generated by what we call the body intelligence. And they're sent as feedback to tell us, you've gone off track, and I'm sending you this stress and these emotions in order to tell you to get back on track, because I want you to be happy, and I want you to be healthy, and I want you to be on purpose in your life. Now, if We miss this communication, and many people are missing it. Even though it's quite strong, we can train ourselves at a very young age, to become used to this feedback and to completely ignore it, and just carry on with life.

But even though this feedback is being sent, and we're missing it, the body is programmed to do its job because it is dedicated to keeping you happy, healthy and alive. And if you miss taking notice of the feedback for long enough, ie the stress and the emotions, it has no other choice, but to ramp it up to the third level of communication. And this is a bit like the red light going on on your dashboard. And actually, the red lights come on already at the stress and emotions level. But now we're really on the double red if you like on the dashboard, where the body is really screaming at you You've gone off track, you need to pay attention, something is not right. And at that point, we then start experiencing symptoms.

So we may experience physical symptoms be any type of pain or fatigue. Or we could experience more what people often call mind symptoms, such as anxiety, or depression. They're all symptoms, and they're all symptomatic of the body mind being out of balance, and not being happy in some way. And it's our job to notice this feedback. So I hope by now you can see that when I say that symptoms are intelligent, and they're not random, and then not a mistake. You can see why I say this.

Symptoms have meaning and purpose. And without them, many of us would not know that something was going amiss inside of us. Many of us wouldn't know that we were off track that something was wrong. But the body never lies, and it never makes a mistake. So it's our job to learn how to interpret the feedback that our body is giving us. And we can learn to do that.

And not only learn to interpret it, but learn how to identify the stress and emotions which are sitting beneath the symptoms so that we can self clear the symptoms and also self clear the stress and emotions. And that is exactly what I had to do in order to heal myself from a multitude of illnesses, including chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, back pain, UTI eyes, allergies, asthma, and more. a whole host of health conditions, which I cleared simply by learning how to identify the stress and the emotions. Which was creating the symptoms, and then how to clear both the symptoms and the stress and the emotions. So at the start, I asked, Why are symptoms intelligent? And why would they be a mistake?

And do you think the body makes mistakes? So as you can see, by now, you may understand why I say symptoms are your friend, they're not your enemy. Most people when they get symptoms, they just want to get rid of them straightaway, and they curse their symptoms. They literally view their symptoms as the enemy, but they're not the enemy in ancient China, in the ancient art of Aikido, the key to winning the battle was not to fight the enemy. It was to get the enemy on the same side. Healing is not about fighting disease.

We hear a lot of words in society when people talk about illness, that they have to fight cancer, and they have to fight illness, no, we get on the same side, our symptoms, our friend. And if we try and fight those symptoms, then we just resist and we push away, and we don't resolve anything. If we get both parties on the same page, and we make friends with them, then we can restore inner harmony. And remember, disease is often a state of dis ease. So it's our job to work out why our symptoms are here. It's our job to interpret the meaning within the symptoms and the messages within the symptoms.

And as I mentioned before in previous videos, the way that I do this is to look at all the picture puzzle pieces of a person's life and piece together the whole picture puzzle. See, why is it that the body is creating symptoms? And so again, you can see, this is why we heal a person, not a health condition. we heal a whole person's life, not an illness.

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