Harmonize your bodies and your home
Most adults have experienced heartbreak at some point in their life. For some, the experience comes early–during the teen years or early twenties. For others, it occurs later in life, well into adulthood. And for a select few, it is an experience that will only come during the senior years, often marked by the death and departure of a spouse.
Regardless of when it happens, it is likely that a person will experience heartbreak at least once in their life. And no matter how young or how old one is, the experience is usually equally unpleasant. In fact, many would say that heartbreak is the most damaging emotional experience they have ever experienced.
It is not uncommon for a person to pass away only to find that their spouse passes soon after, even if there are no underlying health conditions. What is the reason for this? It isn’t entirely known, but this phenomenon is what gave rise to the phrase, “Died of a broken heart.”
When it comes to dealing with heartbreak, there are many remedies. Time, of course, is the most common one. (We’ve all heard the old saying that “time heals all.”) There are things like exercise or any other activity that helps takes the person’s mind off the one they lost. Some, meanwhile, turn to professional psychologists for help. And, when all else fails, there is always the tried and true method and treating oneself to a nice serving of ice cream.
The unfortunate truth is that for some, heartbreak never truly heals. Instead, it becomes something that a person just learns to live with. Of course, most would agree this isn’t the ideal situation. But what if things didn’t have to be this way. What if there was an alternative approach? What if there was a way to expedite the healing process?
Curotherapy can be a very effective treatment for dealing with a breakup or loss of a loved one. In many ways, heartbreak is a prime example of the fundamental principles that guide curotherapy treatments: that even though something cannot be physically seen or touched, its impact on the human mind, body, and soul can be tremendous.
Ask anyone who has ever experienced heartbreak if the pain they felt wasn’t real. No one would ever dare even to debate the fact. Of course, it is real. So why is it that modern medicine only focuses on physical ailments? Is it not the case that emotional states, even though they cannot be seen or measured under a microscope, can have a tangible impact on a person’s wellbeing?
The term “heartache” is often used in an abstract sense, but the truth is that real heart wounds and cracks can be found on an energetic level. There is a reason that a breakup can often feel like it carries physical symptoms with it. The disruption of normal energy flows is the root cause of this.
Emotional shocks can throw any of the eight bodies off balance. The negative thoughts, emotions, and energies that often accompany a breakup can create energy breaches attracting, among others things, depressive parasites. If these parasites are not cleansed, and nothing else is done to heal, it will only lengthen, stop, or even reverse the healing process.
This is just one example of unseen forces that may be inhibiting a person’s recovery from heartache. Mental shocks or the offset of energetic bodies could be other contributing factors. The best way to ensure that you are doing everything possible to heal yourself after a bad breakup is to consult your curotherapist.
The curotherapist can provide customized treatments, as well as detailed changes and suggestions to optimize the energies and your environment to be more conducive to healing. Taking these guidances into account, you can expedite the healing process exponentially and get back to feeling normal again.
If you recently suffered a breakup or find that you are struggling to feel better even after an event that happened months, years, or even decades ago, please do not hesitate to contact us for help. Heartbreak is never pleasant; we know that, but there is no reason one should have to suffer any more than one has to.