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Abdominal Cramping ~ Illness however mild or severe is an indicator of your emotional state, caused by your thoughts and focus.

According to experts at NHS Choices; abdominal cramping is “a stomach ache, and is a term often used to refer to cramps or a dull ache in the tummy (abdomen). It’s usually short-lived and is often not serious”.

There is also the body mind connection that is something else to consider during the onset of abdominal cramps and what meaning it may have in your life. Famed author of the book “You can heal your life” Louise Hay believes that they are actually a symptom of fear. You may actually get stomach cramps during an important time(s) because you may see it as something that would help you stop a process that you fear. She says that the stomach is actually accountable for digesting all of the new ideas and experiences we have. So you may consider asking yourself what or who cant you stomach? What gets you in the gut? When there are stomach problems it usually means we don’t know how to assimilate the new experience and we are afraid.

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The number one cause of fear and anxiety is not knowing, the unknown and living with your mind in the future. Here are some questions that may help you down a path of discovery and healing/health.

  1. Get clear in your mind what it is that you’re afraid of. Ask questions like, “What about that scares me?”
  2. Become aware of your self-talk. What are you saying to yourself that scares you?
  3. Exaggerate the bad consequences you fear. Begin to recognize that you were probably already exaggerating and didn’t know it and that what you feared is indeed and exaggeration already.
  4. Visualize yourself still being afraid, but handling the situation in an acceptable manner.
  5. Gradually expose yourself to the feared situation by doing things that more and more closely approximate what you fear.

It is often helpful to talk to a close friend about your fears. It’s amazing how a fear can sometimes disappear after a conversation with someone you trust. If you have some concerns about your fears and want to talk to someone other than a friend, family, or coworker, there are many helpful counseling offices willing to help on a sliding pay scale or even free sessions according to your current income. ~ Florida Counseling & Wellness Center.

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Here are some remedies that can help bring you relief from the pain and discomfort that’s making you miserable.

  • Chamomile Tea. …
  • Use a “Hot” Pack. …
  • Rice Water. …
  • Enjoy Some Mint. …
  • Warm Lemon Water. …
  • Ginger Root Tea. …
  • Chew Fennel Seeds. …
  • Drink Club Soda and Lime.

 

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Fear and anger have another function besides pinning blame on others and ourselves whether real or imagined. They are also the emotions that say “NO!”  It may be an angry “no” or a fearful “no” but a “no” either way.  Though it can be difficult to imagine our fully healed states – just as a caterpillar can’t imagine itself as a butterfly – I believe there will still be choices to be made. We will still need the voice of intuition to say “yes” or “no” in order to let us know which choice would help us serve our higher purpose or lead us toward greater joy and fulfillment. ~ “Understanding Fear Metaphysical”

In order to get rid of our fears we need to change our daily thought patterns to “I trust the process of life, I am safe”. ~ Louise Hay

 

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