Tue04152014

Opinion

Exploring the link between emotions and good health

Chef Timothy Moore-160

CHEF TIMOTHY It seems that we often are willing to endure pain, hurt and suffering – unnecessarily – when it comes to our health.

We allow our bodies to function in a negative state, tolerating and accepting these ailments as normal. And while it may be difficult to accept, it is our emotional issues that have caused our physical bodies this distress.

The Bible tells us that Jesus died not only to bring us salvation and eternal life but also to bring divine healing for our bodies. What does that mean? It means that God wants you to be healed and He wants you to stay healthy.

When it comes to divine healing many of us settle for what we can get instead of waiting and trusting God for our divine blessing. We sing the lyric "anyway you bless me Lord I will be satisfied." But are you really satisfied and content with your health?

In the Scriptures, Mark 11:24 reads, "Then I say unto you, what things so ever ye desire, when you pray, believe that ye have received them, and you shall have. We say the prayer but our faith is often short lived. We begin to question God because we don't perceive an instant answer to our challenges. Engulfed by the situation, we feel everything from disappointment to rage. This is a mental and emotional state that is detrimental to a healthy body.

The search for ways to improve our overall health should include consideration of the alternative healing methods that are available to go along with standard medical care. Many of these additional services also offer alternative billing methods.

Many people are skeptical about healing naturally. We want to see ourselves being healed but we can't bring ourselves to take that first step. Here is an example of overcoming that skepticism:

Mildred, who had chronic back pain, found it impossible to believe that her lifelong pain could be healed in a matter of moments. After weeks of urging from a caring friend, she visited a Zyto practitioner who specialized in biofeedback. This technological scanning process enabled the practitioner to look into the body for the cause of the pain.

The Zyto scan revealed that Mildred's back pain was related to an emotion that had plagued her since childhood. The emotion was directly connected to the functioning of her gallbladder – the organ connected to the emotions of bitterness and resentment.

After facing, dealing with and releasing the negative emotions she had subconsciously held. Mildred had an emotional breakthrough. Immediately, she was released from her chronic back pain and has lived a pain-free life ever since.

I have discovered that emotions travel everywhere in our bodies. They affect our organs differently based on what is happening in our lives. In most cases, we are really unaware that the emotion has negatively affected an organ, leading to the development of a slow or rapid illness.

A key ingredient to becoming healthy has to be the understanding of how our emotions are able to connect to our organs. This connection may not allow us to gain or lose weight. It may be the cause of high blood pressure, unexpected pains and a host of other ailments that affect our bodies.

So while we are faithfully working to create a balanced diet to remain healthy, we also need to make sure to maintain a healthy source of happiness and love. The key to balancing and having a healthy life is to learn how to balance our feelings. For it is our emotions that have the real control over our life and our health.

(Dr. Timothy Moore teaches nutrition, heart disease and diabetes reversal through a plant-based lifestyle. He is a professional speaker, international wellness coach and personal plant-based chef. He is the author of "47 Tips To Reverse Your Diabetes." He can be reached by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , visit him at www.cheftimothymoore.com or follow him at www.twitter.com/cheftimmoore.)