The experience of an illness reveals a mistake that we have made somewhere along the path of life. An important aspect of this experience is understanding the message it carries because it allows a complete healing.
If we don’t remove the error, we can only be cured partially, because it holds the root cause of the problem. Therefore, one must first identify the cause of the disease, in order to avoid future mistakes.
If the cause is not removed, it can continue feeding the disease or migrate from one organ to another. The disease will disappear when its cause is eliminated.
“Any illness is an opportunity and not a judgment. The purpose of the disease is to lead the man to himself.” – Chinese proverb
Shoulder and Neck Pain Spiritual Meaning and Healing
The neck area begins from the neckline and ends above the upper lip. This region represents the location of the last seven vertebrae of the spine, namely the cervical vertebrae.
The energy of the neck area is the energy of creativity, it expresses the power to create in the physical world. It is the energy that we use to emit vibrations of sound, speech, singing etc. The quality of this energy becomes perfect when we can express only the truth.
This creates the possibility to perform miracles in our lives. The neck area is the gateway to the mental dimension of the human being.
Any problem in this area corresponds to the fear of asking questions and expressing oneself, or a blockage of creativity. Other possible causes include – refusal to change, rigidity, and hidden anger due to offensive words.
The shoulders have to do with literally not shouldering your responsibility. Shoulder pain represents our capacity to carry our experiences in life joyously. We choose to make life a burden by our attitude.
The right shoulder is to do with guilt that is causing you to not take responsibility to gain for yourself from whatever you do. The left shoulder has to do with guilt that is stopping you from being responsible to better understand yourself so that you can just be yourself.
Throat Related Conditions:
Sore Throat – Spiritual Meaning
Strep throat commonly comes with white patches or red spots on the tonsils, a high fever, and swollen lymph nodes. A sore throat is usually a symptom of:
- glandular fever;
- strep throat;
- colds or flu.
Mental cause of the problem – Inability to speak on your own behalf. Swallowed anger. Smothered creativity. Refusal of change.
New pattern of thinking – It’s good to make some noise. I express myself joyfully and freely. I express my own creativity. I am happy to change.
It is a general term for age-related tear and wear which affects the spinal disks in the neck. According to statistics, cervical spondylosis is present in over 85% of people over the age of 60.
Symptoms usually include pain and stiffness in the neck. Other symptoms may also include:
- loss of bladder or bowel control;
- difficulty walking;
- lack of coordination;
- weakness in your hands, arms, feet, or legs.
Note – neck pain may spread to the hands and arms, shoulders, and the base of the skull.
Mental cause of the problem – Repression of flexibility. Inability to see in the past.
New pattern of thinking – I am at peace with life. I am calm. I look in all directions with love.
Displacement Of Vertebrae In The Neck
Mental cause of the problem – Refusing to see other sides of the issue. Inflexibility. Stubbornness.
New pattern of thinking – It’s easy and convenient to see other sides of the issue. There are endless ways of seeing and doing things. I am safe.
Lump In Throat
Mental cause of the problem – Fear. Not trusting the process of life.
New pattern of thinking – I am completely safe. I think LIFE is HERE for me. I express myself free and happy as I am and the best way I can.
Painful Stiff Neck
Mental cause of the problem – Ingrained in words of anger. The sensation that you can not express yourself as you are.
New pattern of thinking – I relinquish all blockages and I am free to be myself.
Tonsillitis is an infection of the tonsils which affects millions of people every year. It is most often an acute condition, however, some people may suffer from chronic tonsillitis. The infection can occur at any age and is a frequent childhood infection.
Common symptoms of tonsillitis include:
- difficulty opening the mouth;
- pain when swallowing;
- bad breath;
- a sore throat;
- changes in the sound of the voice;
- swollen tonsils with pus-filled spots;
- furry tongue;
- high temperature;
- stomach pain;
- difficulty swallowing;
- swollen lymph glands;
- difficulty sleeping;
- pain in the neck and ears.
Mental cause of the problem – Tonsillitis’ meaning is analogous to sore throat. In addition, it indicates the accumulation of a great anger towards certain events in our lives that affected us.
New pattern of thinking – Let your resentment behind and work with yourself in order to reach a state of forgiveness and acceptance! Express yourself naturally, don’t repress your feelings!
Mental cause of the problem – Our fear to express our opinions openly is based on an insufficient self-knowledge and fear of being misunderstood by others. In addition, we experience an unconscious fear to express ourselves in front of those with a certain authority in our lives.
New pattern of thinking – Express yourself with courage! Be yourself! Be authentic! Put timidity and obscure fears aside!
Mental cause of the problem – If you experience difficulties swallowing or have a sore throat, you should ask yourself what is it that you can not or do not want to swallow.
New pattern of thinking – Accept your limits. When something becomes too much for you, don’t force yourself to act as others would like you to. Remember the peace and strength that you hold inside. Be yourself.
The great power of thoughts can cure our diseases and thus make us happy again, powerful and full of life. The infinite healing power is rooted in our subconscious. By radically changing our way of thinking, we will definitely improve our life.
References https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2528269/ https://aim.bmj.com/content/acupmed/22/3/146.full.pdf https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14038190600780239