Broken Heart Lower Back Pain

Broken HeartLower back pain can be caused by a broken heart. This is a unique problem that happens often happens when there’s an intense emotional issue that has to do with a loss of some type.

The loss can be a separation from a partner, a death or other traumatic loss that causes heart pain. The most common cause is a break up with a romantic partner. In Applied Kinesiology this is called a cardiac back.

Chinese medicine also has something akin to this. They call is ‘disturbed heart spirit,’ or something similar depending on the translation. This is generally experienced as difficulty sleeping, which would increase the likely hood of lower back pain. Redness on the tip of the tongue indicates this Chinese medicine condition.

What happens is that the person needs time to heal from the trauma. The heart literally causes the lower back to have pain so the person is severely physically limited forcing them to take time to process their grief.

This is very difficult in modern times. For one, not everyone is inclined to introspection and processing grief. And, most people simply don’t have time in their busy lives to take time off to deal with emotional issues. And, if someone is dealing with their loss, a painful lower back isn’t something else they want to have going on as well.

Fortunately there is a quick solution. A short phone session can be done to release the emotion(s) associated with the cardiac back. This removes the emotion from the body only, other processing may be needed to keep the lower back pain from returning.

A short session can be very low cost, you can check the rates at this link. Remember, it’s a sliding scale meaning that you can pay according to what works for you. Then, contact me to set up your session.

So far this is the only time I’ve written about cardiac back. You can learn a lot more about many other back problems in the free book, Back Pain Secrets. Be sure to get your copy today!

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Hello and welcome to my blog! There are several reasons I decided to start writing a blog on natural self-healing. The main thing I want to do is to share information on health and healing so that people can take action to heal themselves using natural techniques. I have met so many people who couldn't afford natural health care. They may have had health insurance, but they didn't trust that model. Many people want to know how to be healthy naturally. They want to know what really works and what doesn't. They want to be health conscious and often fail because of poor information, lack of knowledge, bad science and other factors. This blog is intended to help demystify the body and its various functions and to help people understand what is really needed to obtain optimum health. One of the great things about knowledge of the body is that once you know and understand how it works it becomes easy to know what the right things to do for it. And, it is much easier to do the right things when the consequences of the wrong things are fully understood. To do this I will be drawing from the knowledge of many people that I have learned from. I will talk about biochemistry relating that to what is needed to obtain optimum health. There will be information about the physical structure of the body and how to keep that aligned and functioning well. A major part of yoga has to do with health, so information about yogic techniques will be included. Mental and emotional health are important for the health of the body/mind, so articles about these topics will be included. And, there will be an occasional article about me and what I am up to. Hopefully I can relate that back to some health issue as well. The title Self Adjusting Technique comes from my technique for self-adjusting the structural part of the body, that is adjusting the body's various vertebrae and joints. For this blog it will include the idea of how to adjust health issues for yourself and those you care about. With a little knowledge there is a lot people can do to help heal themselves and stay healthy. I want to explain complex information about the body in a way that is easy to understand and useful. The comments section will help in that goal as people can ask for clarification if there is something they don't understand. And maybe we can get some helpful input from people smarter than me that will benefit us all. I hope you find information that can help you with your health issues. Kalidasa

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