Self Healing – How to Develop a Healthy Relationship With Your Body

Self healing is the process of shedding all programs that aren’t serving your best interests and reprograming yourself with healthy ones. This is a lifelong journey and requires patience, compassion, and self love.

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1. Develop a relationship with your body

Your relationship with your body is a crucial component of self healing. It can influence how you see yourself and how you interact with others, so it’s important to develop a healthy and nurturing relationship.

Start by embracing your uniqueness and practicing self-love. Replace negative self-talk with affirmations that celebrate your body’s strength and resilience.

Also, remember that healing is a process and it takes time. Be patient with yourself and try to make self-care a habit so it becomes automatic over time. For example, try to set aside some time each day to do something nice for your body — it could be as simple as giving yourself a hand massage.

2. Develop a relationship with yourself

Being in a healthy relationship with yourself involves knowing your own needs and abilities. It also means avoiding toxic friends and relationships, setting boundaries, and prioritizing your own health.

A good relationship with yourself will help you to deal with challenges and threats in a calm way. It will also increase your confidence that you can handle problems. This can improve your mental health, social connections, and work productivity.

If you are struggling to get along with yourself, it might be time for a change. A therapist can help you learn how to communicate with yourself more effectively and build trust in yourself.

3. Develop a relationship with your emotions

If you want to become more emotionally resilient, you must cultivate a healthier relationship with your emotions. Rather than treating difficult feelings as enemies to be avoided or eliminated, learn to be curious about them and treat them with compassion.

Start by understanding that emotions are physiological experiences triggered by a thought or perception of a situation. Realize that your emotions are not accurate, and that they are often unreliable sources of data about a given situation. Once you have this knowledge, you can begin to calibrate them and question the accuracy of their messages.

4. Develop a relationship with your spirit

Many people find it difficult to communicate with their spirit guides. This is usually because they don’t have regular spiritual practices in place to cultivate intimacy with their guides.

Creating regular spiritual habits like drawing an oracle card every morning, taking a meditative yoga class once a week, or using a divination tool to receive guidance from your spirit guides will help you build your connection with them.

Your spirit guide(s) want to be your trusted allies in this life. They know your tendencies, weaknesses and struggles. They are always available to provide you with support and comfort.

5. Develop a relationship with your intuition

Cultivating a healthy relationship with your intuition allows you to tap into your inner wisdom and receive guidance from the Universe. Trusting your intuition will help you to make better decisions, solve problems and create winning plans for your life.

Intuitive messages often come as feelings. They can range from a gnawing sensation in your gut to a sense of euphoria and peace. These intuitive messages may also manifest as a physical sensation, such as goose bumps, a tingling in your hands or a nudge in your heart.

If you are having trouble connecting with your intuition, try practicing daily meditation and journaling. Journaling is a great way to capture intuitive insights and to review them in the future.

6. Develop a relationship with your spirit guide

The first step in a spiritual relationship is learning to trust your guide. You can start by knowing their name and what role they play on your team.

Create a regular spiritual practice to build intimacy with your guides. This could be drawing oracle cards for inspiration, taking meditative yoga classes, or attending spiritual gatherings with others.

Become familiar with your clair-senses (intuitive psychic abilities) and work on developing them over time. You can hear guidance as gentle voices in your head (clairaudience); see it as images in your mind (clairvoyance); or feel it as breakthrough thoughts, emotional or physical sensations (clairsentience).

Remember that your spirit guide will never intervene without your permission – because to do so would interfere with your free will. They will, however, help you find the right relationships, career, doctor or experience to grow.

7. Develop a relationship with your soul

Your soul is the part of you that creates and experiences a sense of purpose. Your soul wants you to find your way of making a difference in this lifetime, whether it’s a small or large scale.

People come and go, and relationships change, but the connection to your soul is unbreakable. The more you learn to nourish your soul, the more you’ll love and live your life to its fullest potential. Your soul needs food in the form of beauty, gratitude, time in nature, music, and connection.