Psychosomatics in children: we find the underlying causes of the disease
Psychosomatics in children find the root causes of the disease
Dr. A. Meneghetti in his book Psychosomatics writes:
“A disease is a language, the speech of the subject … To understand the disease, it is necessary to uncover the project that the subject creates in his unconscious … Then the second step is necessary, which the patient must take: he must change. If a person changes psychologically, then the disease, being an abnormal course of life, will disappear … ”
Consider the metaphysical (subtle, mental, emotional, psychosomatic, subconscious, underlying) causes of childhood diseases.
That’s what world-famous experts in this field and authors of books on this topic write about it.
Liz Burbo in his book “Your Body Says“ Love Yourself! ”” Writes:
The most common childhood illnesses are whooping cough, mumps, measles, rubella, and windpox.
It is interesting to note that most of the diseases that children suffer primarily affect the eyes, nose, ears, throat and skin. Any childhood illness indicates that the child feels anger in connection with what is happening around him. It is difficult for him to express his feelings – either because he does not yet know how to do this, or because his parents forbid him to do this. These diseases occur when a child does not receive enough attention and love.
If your child has some kind of childhood illness, read this description to him. Be sure that he will understand, no matter how small he may be. You must explain to him that the disease is his reaction to the world around him and that difficulties in this world are inevitable.
Help him understand that he appeared on this planet with a certain set of beliefs and now must adapt to the beliefs, opportunities, desires and fears of other people. He must realize that others have other responsibilities besides caring for him, so they can not bother with him around the clock. He must also give himself the right to feel anger and show it, even if adults do not like it. He will understand that people around him also have difficulties from time to time, but he should not be responsible for their failures. See also a separate article on related childhood illness.
Bodo Baginsky and Sharamon Shalila in their book “Reiki – the universal energy of life” write:
In all childhood diseases manifested through the skin – such as chickenpox, measles, rubella and scarlet fever, the next step in the development of the child is taking place. Something that is still unknown to the child and therefore cannot be freely, without difficulties, processed, appears on the surface of the skin with all the obviousness. After one of these diseases, the child usually becomes older, and everyone around him feels it. Tell the child that everything that happens to him is good, that it should be so, that life is a journey during which time and again people are faced with new things, and that in every treasure that the child will discover in himself, there is a particle growing up. Give him more attention at this time, give confidence and give him Reiki as often as you can.
Dr. Valery V. Sinelnikov in his book “Love Your Disease” writes:
Half of my patients are children. If the child is already an adult, then I work directly with him. And I am always pleased to watch how the parents themselves change with the recovery of the child. It is easier and more interesting to work with children. Their thinking is still free – not clogged with petty everyday worries and various prohibitions. They are very receptive and believe in miracles. If the child is still very young, then I work with my parents. Parents begin to change – the child is recovering.
It has long been established that parents and children at the energy-informational, field level are a single whole.
Adults often ask me: “Doctor, but how can a child know about our relationships if we hide them from him?” We don’t swear or quarrel with him. ”
The child does not have to see and hear his parents. He has in his subconscious mind complete information about his parents, about their feelings and thoughts. He just knows everything about them. Just can not express my feelings in words. Therefore, it is sick or behaves strangely if his parents have any problems.
Many have heard this expression: “Children are responsible for the sins of their parents.” And so it is. All illnesses of children are a reflection of the behavior and thoughts of their parents. This is very important to understand. Parents can help their child recover by changing their thoughts and beliefs, their behavior. I immediately explain to the parents that there is no fault of theirs that the child is ill. I wrote that the disease in general should be treated as a signal. And to the illness of the child – as a signal for the whole family.
Children are the future of their parents and a reflection of their relationship. By the reaction of children, one can judge whether we, adults, are doing everything right. A child is sick – this is a signal to parents. Something in their relationship is wrong. It’s time to understand and achieve through joint efforts peace and harmony in the family. A child’s disease is a signal.