Have you seen this great comical take on Australia and the recent history? I thought I’d start the holiday season off with some humour.
Holidays are welcome breaks for everyone. They allow us to take time away from what we consider is important (our work), to what really is important – home, family, taking time to do nothing, getting in touch with our surroundings.
Not forgetting the inevitable family arguments that happen so regularly when estranged members of a family are brought together in coerced jocularity.
While arguments are unpleasant to most people, they do have a valuable purpose. They show you just who and what situation stirs you up.
How you deal with the after effects of an argument is just as important. Some people dwell on the argument, never really letting it go or forgiving the person. Others quickly move on to other things. Many are caught in the middle, feeling that dwelling on an argument is unhealthy, but not truly being able to move on.
Perhaps in no other discipline of health care, than in homeopathy, is all this so significant. What stirs you up, and how you try to manage it, is key to finding the most curative medicine for you. Why is this so important?
What stirs you up tends to have a root in the past. The knowledge of this root fades with time. Forgetting hurtful past events is a way of protecting you and allowing you to live normally, but the effect will always colour your life, until it is resolved on a deep, energetic level.
Typically, these roots have their origins in your childhood, when you are at your most vulnerable. Children are so easily ‘brain washed’. Those who are praised and encouraged at every level, will go on in life believing they can achieve anything – the sky becomes the limit.
Those who are, for whatever reason, limited by their parents (and others) thoughts about them, tend to remain within those limitations. Some common examples include financial poverty, being over weight, lacking confidence and partnering up with the wrong person.
So when you next become irritated by something or someone, don’t blame the messenger. Stop and look inwards. Try to see where this takes you. Sometimes you can immediately connect with the source of the problem and then rationalise it with a more mature mind, allowing you to move on.
Other times, all too often, it is so deeply embedded that you can neither connect to it nor to rationalise it. This is when you need to make an appointment with your homeopath, so you can start the ball of cure rolling.
The interesting part in this is that the person who irritates you the most usually has the same problem, even though they may handle it very differently from you. This is how the same problem is passed down through families. It’s not so much to do with a physical inheritance. It’s much more to do with the passing down of the same, limiting thoughts.
And it is these limiting thoughts that create pathology.
Don’t look for a magic bullet to cure all your ails. Look for someone who can help you through past hurts and familial limitations – homeopathy! Then you can move on to what you really want to do in this life.
Happy Holidays From Down Under!