Julianna Lyddon explains how integration with mind, body and spirit can aid in the treatment of Lymphoma.
Mind, body, spirit integration is really a critical part of the healing process with lymphoma because mind, body, spirit integration actually encompasses all of the parts of who we are. We are not just a human body. We are a mind, we are a body and we are a spirit. And one thing that is critical in this work is that you know that mind, body, spirit integration isn’t a cure in and of itself for lymphoma but it absolutely is a compliment or you can use it in conjunction with other treatments that you are involved in.
Here is how it works – the mind is sending us messages all the time but we don’t always pay attention to those messages. They come through our thoughts and through our ideas and sometimes we go at such a fast pace that we don’t even listen to the thoughts that are flooding our mind, and we also have a body that is sending us messages all the time as well, may be we are dehydrated, maybe we are fatigued, but again, we don’t always listen.
And the same is true with our spirit. Our spirit is there to help guide us. Our spirit is there to help us find our purpose but not many believe that the spirit exists. The spirit can’t be dissected or measured in a laboratory so therefore we don’t know or have confirmation that it’s there but many of us have felt it on a deeper level.
Now think about this – we know that our thoughts are so powerful, our thoughts can absolutely affect our physical body. They can affect our reality. So do you think that there could be a coincidence with the fact that the mind, body and spirit are instrumental we know in the healing process of lymphoma. Could there be a coincidence as well that we could take responsibility possibly and knowing that we have contributed to this illness in some way?
So let’s look at lymphoma in relationship to mind, body, spirit integration. We need to look at the purpose and the function of the lymph system. Well the lymph is there to remove waste products from the cells. It’s also known as the garbage disposal system of the body. Now this is interesting because what I found through my intuitive work is that every part of the physical body, every organ, holds its own voice. It speaks its own language. This language can be translated into a question – a metaphorical type of question that we can use to aid us in healing.
So when we are thinking of lymphoma and we are thinking of it in relationship to this kind of garbage disposal system I want you to contemplate this question. How have I been at taking my trash out in my life? Now we all have trash. We all have garbage but are you the type of person that kind of allows the garbage to fill up over here outside yourself?
You don’t really look it, it just keeps getting bigger – all your problems, issues, concerns, experiences, judgements, they just pile up, or are you the type of person that may be hasn’t taken the time to look into that inner world to see that what’s happening on the inside is connected to everything that you are experiencing on the outside, that there is this correlation. We have to begin to understand that.
And so pay attention to this garbage. Pay attention to how you can start cleaning it out. I know it may not be comfortable but it certainly is another part of ourselves that we need to look at because when we open ourselves up to look at this garbage we are opening ourselves up to awareness and we are deepening who we are, and it is then that healing becomes more spontaneous.
Julianna Lyddon, MC, is an Intuitive Energy Healing Therapist with a master’s degree in marriage, family and child therapy. With many years of experience as a practicing counselor, Lyddon focuses on helping people through self-introspection and intuition therapy. Lyddon guides her clients in utilizing their natural intuitive gifts while connecting with the many layers that lie beneath and within themselves.