The Biogenealogy Sourcebook
Healing the Body by Resolving Traumas of the Past
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ISBN10: 1594772061 ISBN13: 9781594772061 Contributors: Cain, Jack (Translator); Flache, Christian Publisher: Healing Arts Pr Published: Jun 18 2008 Pages: 192 Weight: 1.20lbs. Height: 9.75" Width: 7.75" Depth: 0.75" Language: English
A practical guide to the correspondence between emotion, organ systems, and disease- Identifies what emotional shocks will engender illnesses specific to a certain part of the body - Shows how illness is an ally that enables individuals to restore balance to their health Biogenealogy is a comprehensive new vision of health that takes the mind-body connection one step further by identifying and consciously addressing the emotional shocks that create physical disorders. Each symptom of an illness precisely indicates its emotional origin. Thus, far from being an enemy, the physical symptom is actually a valuable ally that provides the key to the cure of the physical disease as well as resolution of the emotional imbalance that created it. Christian Fl che, the leading researcher and practitioner in the field of biogenealogy, explains that the "activation of illness" is the body's reaction to unresolved events that are frozen in time. These unresolved traumas affect the body on the cellular level and manifest in minor as well as more serious chronic conditions. In The Biogenealogy Sourcebook, Fl che systematically chronicles all the major organs of the body and specifies the types of emotional conflicts that lead to illness in those areas. For example, he explains that conflicts of separation are evidenced in diseases of the skin; a reduction of self-worth or deep anguish will manifest in the lymph nodes. He also shows that unresolved emotional issues can also be passed down to future generations if left untreated. Intended for therapists, researchers, and any person who wants to take his or her health in hand, this book is an important guide to understanding and decoding the causes and not just the effects of illness.