Heart Attacks Are Not “Sudden Onset.”
Did you know that many times, heart “functioning” may be out of balance without signaling any pathology or disease? Many times, when doctors perform EKG’s, blood tests, and various other tests for heart problems, and nothing shows up; they quickly rule out the heart automatically. However, if your ongoing symptoms don’t medically show a severe heart problem or pathology, you need to look at what else they could mean.
The heart refers energy mainly to the base of the neck, over the shoulders, to the pectoral muscles, down the arms, and directly beneath the sternum. This is because during body development in the womb, the heart originated in the neck and upper thorax. Thus, sub-clinical or minor heart imbalances will refer pain to any point on the heart meridian, which includes the neck, shoulder, arm, elbow, or wrist, including Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Many times the heart can be out of balance without signaling a pathology or disease, simply because the energetic “functioning” is not right. Each year in the U.S., over ½ a million people die from heart attacks. Statistics indicate that over 50% of them had no symptoms, but is it that they really had no symptoms, or that they never recognized what the symptoms were?
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How many times do people experience pain and brush it off? Symptoms such as fatigue, mid-back pain, numbness, swelling, wrist pain, or even indigestion, are often ignored, and/or brushed off, even by their doctor.
Most people seek medical attention only when they are at a point of being too uncomfortable to deal with the pain any longer, but usually, at that point, they’ve been getting this stagnant energetic signal for quite some time. Sometimes, something like what is deemed as “indigestion” is ignored, and the potential seriousness of the symptoms are denied until it is too late.
In the book, “Your Body Can Talk,” the author mentions a gentleman who had been getting energetic signals, but never paid attention to them until it was too late.
At the point in which “Ed” woke up to realize that he needed a checkup, he was a 55 year old golfer, who suddenly had an inner knowing about his need to be checked. At that point, the entire cardiac workup he had, including stress EKG, a cardiac enzyme evaluation, blood test, and chest x-ray, showed no problems. Yet, a few weeks later, Ed suffered a fatal heart attack. Why? Were there clues that had been occurring for a long time that were overlooked and missed?
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Fifteen years ago, while playing golf, Ed developed elbow pain. His heart was already energetically out of balance, but he didn’t know this. The stress of repetitive muscular motion, coupled with the lack of sufficient energy running through his heart meridian, further compounded his elbow pain; to the point that he quit playing golf. His elbow pain eventually faded out, because it was no longer physically stressed on top of his heart imbalance.
Then, five years later, he suffered whiplash in a serious car accident, which caused a great deal of pain and stiffness. Ed didn’t know that this whiplash injury superimposed over his already imbalanced and weak heart meridian, would result in a longer lasting trauma than if the area had no previous imbalance. He simply concluded that “it may take a while, but this pain will go away too.”
As opposed to taking any number of treatments for this injury, Ed simply decided to take a few aspirins every day. As a result, he sustained theburning muscles and aching stiffness for 2-3 more years.
Then he suffered 4-5 fairly severe chest pain in later years. Again, he simply dismissed it, chalking it up to “...just something I ate.” As you can see, this person suffered a string of symptoms over the years, but never once realized that they were related to an ever weakening heart meridian. He just never realized how important these signals were, nor that they were precursors to a heart condition.
Your heart and your spiritcommunicates with you, but in order to understand it, you must be open to it, and pay attention to begin to understand its language, so that you won’t miss those early warnings that may someday save your life.
In order to address these energetic signals, you need to be treated by a doctor who understands how to identify structural imbalances, and can pinpoint the specific tissues and/or organs and systems, as well as what is needed to recalibrate or balance them again.
Your body contains the info on what’s wrong, as well as what is needed to correct the problem, and will tell a practitioner whether or not the category for your cure lies in energetic and psychological therapies and treatments, or the chemical, structural and electromagnetic treatment category, which entails nutritional support, structural alignment, or energetic treatments like acupuncture, or therapeutic magnets.
The main thing to remember is that your body is like a car. If your car gives you a signal, say for instance, the water gauge goes all the way up to hot; are you going to ignore it? Are you going to have your mechanic unplug the gauge, so that it won’t show the car is overheating? (My mechanic did this, and not at my request.) No, what you will do, if you have common sense, is pull over and put more water or antifreeze in your reservoir so that your engine can cool down.
This is the point. Some of us take better care of our cars than we do of ourselves. But, we will break down too, from neglect or lack of attention and proper maintenance. Thus, we must learn to read the signals of a pending problem in our bodies, just like we learn to read the signals of a pending problem in our vehicles.
The book, “Your Body Can Talk,” puts it this way.
“Observe your symptoms cautiously. What appears on the surface may be an indicator of unseen problems beneath the surface. The size of most icebergs in Arctic waters can be deceiving. Ninety percent of a massive iceberg may float silently underwater, while only ten percent appears in view.”
Chronic problems tend to manifest distantly from the pain site, whereas, classically acute problems are of local origin. Clinical Kinesiology is one way to assess these types of signals and symptoms, to determine the best solution to balance you energetically.
You can find out more about natural practitioners at www.naturopathic.org, where you will find listings of nationwide professionals, like Acupuncturists. The national center for Homeopathy can be found at www.healthy.net/nch/. The international college of Applied Kinesiology (ICAK) can be found here: www.ICAKUSA.com.