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Are certain parts of the body impacted by different emotions?

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Today, Deborah digs deeper into the connection between the mind and the physical state by asking Dr Dain Heer if there is a “map” which can identify how specific emotions impact on specific parts of the body.

Through Dain’s experience and research, he has found there is not a “one size fits all” guide but rather correlations between emotional issues and physical conditions.

“There are certain energies that are associated,” said Dain. “So the energy, for example, of being sick of something, or having someone or something be a pain in the neck,” said Dain.

“One of the things we found in Access Consciousness with the left side of the body, you want to ask yourself, what am I trying to make right that isn’t?”

“Because what you’re trying to make right that isn’t, gets locked on the left side of your body,” said Dain.

“One of the other correlations is with the knees, a lot of times it will be the needs somebody has that they’re not acknowledging,” said Dain.

“A lot of us have a need to be acknowledged and we’re not getting it, a need to be cared for and we’re not getting it,” he said.

“In looking at what your body is telling you, you start to gain an awareness that there is something totally different going on than what most people are out there talking about.”

Dain states that by using these tools and awareness of information we can “go back and change it, rather than just put a band-aid on it.”

About Dr Dain Heer

Dain Heer is an internationally renowned author, speaker and facilitator of consciousness, and change and for the last 14 years has been inviting people to embrace their true greatness. His book, Being You, Changing the World – Is Now the Time? is published in seven languages. Dain offers his life coaching course online at learn.balancebydeborahhutton.com.au

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