The Body Repairs Itself
The human body owns its ability to heal itself. There are 30-40 trillion cells in the human body. When we become ill, it shows that some cells are damaged or destroyed. It’s worth noting that damaged cells have the ability to heal themselves. As the environment changes, both sick cells and cancer cells have a great chance to transform into healthy cells. If the cells’ genetic code has been damaged, our body will eliminate them and replace them with new cells.
That’s why our body heals itself after having a bleeding injury. Both the liver intestines regenerate. Also, bones are able to grow back. It’s a surprising fact that lungs can repair themselves as the patients stop abusing their body by smoking.
The Route to a Dysfunctional Immune System
Unhealed trauma →→unshakable negative emotions →→chronic stress →→chronic fatigue & chronic illness →→high blood sugar levels →→weak/dysfunctional immune system
Those who suffer from chronic illness heal slower because their immune system functions at a lower capacity, making them more susceptible to infection.
The Subconscious Mind Never Sleeps
Master your emotion, master your life. The continuous attachment to bad memories can be detrimental to our mind and body. That’s why the Bible says: Keep no record of the wrongs. Negative emotions are highly linked with unhealed trauma. Negative emotions will absolutely wreak our nervous system and immune system, which may lead to depression and overproduction of stress hormones. It’s scientifically proved that unhealed trauma leads to chronic stress and chronic illness.
The hypnotherapist, Danna Pycher believes that when an event happens in our life, it gets recorded in our brains. When we experience something stressful, stress signals are sent to the brain, and our body transformed into defence mode and endocrine system releases adrenaline and cortisol and ultimately our immune system deteriorates.
Significantly, the self-healing mechanism is situated in the subconsciousness. To keep healthy, we’d better resolve our mental wounds. As we carry wounded memories in our brain, our brain gets heavy and dumb. Day after day, unhealed trauma will lead us to see the world in a negative way. Day after day, unhealed trauma will blind our vision to see the beauty and blessings around us. Anger will transform people into the worst version and even the most irrational version of themselves.
With positive emotions and God’s help, you can regain what you lose in life. Your life won’t be defined by a certain event. Trauma only exists when social prejudice or pride reign.