Edgar Cayce Readings Advice On Life Issues -
Reestablishing Balance in My Body
Time and time again, the Edgar Cayce philosophy emphasizes the importance of reestablishing balance in the physical body to help facilitate healing from within. The process for recreating that balance was different for everyone, based on the ailment and the disposition of the individual receiving the reading. However, in general, a proper diet is stressed, with the suggestion that fresh fruits and vegetables comprise 80% of our daily food intake, along with 6 to 8 glasses of fresh, clean water. Chiropractic or Osteopathic adjustments are often suggested to help coordinate the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. A series of Castor Oil packs are presented as a way to help eliminate toxins from the body. Massage and hydrotherapies are suggested to normalize the circulation, coordinate the nervous systems, and assist in the elimination of toxins. And simple stretching exercises are offered as a means to increase movement of the lymph and to keep joints and tendons limber.
In addition to attending to the physical body, Cayce emphasized the importance of working with your attitudes and emotions in a positive way. Learning to recognize and change limiting beliefs can help facilitate the healing process. Asking for guidance regarding a possible cause for an illness might allow you to recognize and reevaluate thoughts and feelings you have been holding onto. Even being open to the possibility that there is something positive to be learned from the experience can provide an element of help and comfort.
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