Updated: Oct 19, 2021
Crohn’s disease is an inflammatory bowel disease affecting the lining of the digestive tract. It affects different areas of the GI tract in different people. Symptoms include abdominal cramping and pain, diarrhea, fatigue, malnutrition, and weight loss.
Holding onto past hurts and being unforgiving
Feeling insecure, leading to worry and fears
Feeling suppressed by family and questioning your worth
“It is safe to let go and forgive. I let go of worry by approving myself.”
How can you let go of the past?
Imagine yourself sitting in a jail cell. The walls are made of mirrors so all you can see is yourself. You feel a sense of unfairness and all you want to do is to point your finger at the person responsible for putting you in this situation. You stretch out your arm and immediately notice the finger is pointing right back at you. No matter which wall you point at, the reflection always points back at you.
This is what blame looks like. It will make you question your own partaking in the creation of your current situation. It will not accuse you; it will not blame you back. But it will make you examine your actions and inactions that led to your perceived misery.
Did you fail to say no?
Did you agree to something even though your gut told you otherwise?
Were you envious of the success of others?
Did you forget your worth and let others manipulate you?
Maybe you did nothing at all and let the others take over?
How can you make a better decision moving forward?
How can you firmly assert your boundaries in the future?
We keep ourselves hostage to that need to blame others, forgetting how much power we have in the simple act of learning from our “mistakes” and letting the past go. No amount of blame and no amount of time spent in powerlessness will turn back time.
We make decisions from a place of believing that whatever we’ll do will make us feel better in the end. It always looks different in the retrospective, but is it fair to judge your younger self from the position of an experienced, older self?
No amount of guilt will change the past. No amount of regret will change the past. No amount of worry will change the past.
Predisposition to this condition is inherited from your ancestors. Who in your DNA lineage felt unable to forgive themselves or others? Is there history of living through war, famine, or slavery in your family? What fearful decisions did your ancestors make in order to survive? Is there someone you can forgive on their behalf?
Oils, Herbs, and Crystals that can help:
Suppression: Star Anise; Bloodstone
Distrust: Myrrh; Moss Agate
Despair: Lemongrass; Rose Quartz
Help your body release the cellular memory of painful past during Intuitive Body Attunement session and resolve the inner ancestral conflicts that are controlling your quality of life.