Getting my body back - Day 83
Healing foods are packed with nutrients to help prevent illnesses and assist the cells in repairing the body. For example, bananas protect your heart, quiet a cough, strengthen bones, control blood pressure and block diarrhea. Apples protect your heart, prevent constipation, block diarrhea, improve lung capacity and cushion joints.
Adding more of these foods to your diet encourages a healthy body.
But what about a broken spirit? No food or drug has been prescribed on the market to heal one that's emotionally wounded. This is an inside job where no human hands can touch.
So, how does one heal an emotional wound?
It is said that time heals all wounds. If that is so, why then do so many people wound around with crushed spirits which is evident in their faces or in a chaotic life which is an attempt to mask the wound and suppress the pain?
That which is intangible can only be healed by that which is also intangible. Love is the intangible element needed to completely heal an emotional wound. As the wounded one looks within to the Source of Love which is the Spirit of Love, love's warmth gently moves within the inner being saturating and healing all emotional wounds.
When you come face to face with that inner Spirit of Love and yield your hurt to its strong yet gentle embrace, the chains of anger, resentment, fear and hurt loses its hold on you, for none of these can stand in the presence of true Love.
This freedom becomes evident in your physical body, your face is brighter because you are happier; you have entered the presence of and have been touched by love.
Fuelling words: I relinquish all hurt and all that disturbs my emotional state of peace to the presence of Love.
Links to foods that heal: