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Louise Hay on Elbow Pain

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As my regular readers know, I’m dealing with a stubborn case of bursitis in my elbow. I’m researching and trying all the natural remedies and will be posting a summary of my experience with those, as well as a review of the Bursitis Patches I ordered online, in the next week or so. (Update 2014, came across another natural bursitis remedy.)

I just came across something by Louise Hay that has given me additional information on the spiritual significance of my health challenge. According to Louise Hay’s book on how your body manifests illness to point out emotional, mental or spiritual imbalance, she says that elbow pain is related to not being flexible and not able to embrace new experiences or to shift direction easily.

I wrote earlier of my own awareness that the spiritual significance of my bursitis pointed to issues with resentment. Now, as I look at that same awareness with the added input of Louise Hay, I can see that resentment was my “reaction” to refusing to be flexible in difficult situations, resisting new experience and not wanting to veer from my own pre-determined agenda.

Good stuff, that Louise Hay information. If you don’t have her books, a good one to start with is “Heal Your Body”.

  4 Responses to “Louise Hay on Elbow Pain”

  1. <p>I HAVE FOLLOW THE TEACHINGS OF LUISE HAY FOR A WHILE NOW. IT IS NORMAL TO FIND MORE RESISTANCE ABOUT SOME ISSUES. THE HARDEST TO ME HAS BEEN ALSO THE INFLEXIBILITY BUT IT’S MY NECK WHICH GET STIFF.</p>

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  2. I don’t know for sure what Louise Hay says about neck pain but in my own experience it’s usually about being a pain in the neck through rigid belief systems, someone else being a pain in the neck or can also be about “sticking your neck out” as in taking unnecessary risks or being afraid to take risks.

  3. I’ve also been dealing with elbow pain and although I can relate some of the cause to inflexibility at the time it started, I have since been able to find a certain degree of relief by letting go of the issue that was causing me grief. At the same time, I resorted to acupuncture – six sessions and the pain was almost completely gone.

    Visualization of white light throughout my body may also provide some help. It can’t hurt. Not sure which of these tools worked, but I don’t really care, the pain’s practically gone.

  4. I’m with you Suzanne. I don’t care which tool works, as long as relief is felt. On the other hand, it’s always nice when something works so fast or so independently of anything else that I can point to it and say “that worked!”.

    Yes, letting go of emotional issues are almost always a good thing to explore, really with any type of pain almost.

    I have heard great things about acupuncture ….. and it’s one of those things I don’t think I’ll ever do personally. Glad it helped you.