Have you ever pulled a muscle and thought, “What have I done?” Instead of getting help immediately, you ignored the discomfort and went about your daily business until the day everything in your body stopped you cold with stabbing pain?
What about that time you were going through a move, a divorce, or a death, and you thought, “Oh I can get through this on my own,” but everyday seemed like you were walking through a thick cloud of fog?
Or the countless years you have spent setting the same intention to be healthy, lose weight, increase your income, find a partner, but you are no closer to attaining that goal?
You ask yourself, “What is going on? Why am I in pain, why can’t I pull myself together, why can’t I achieve my goals?”
One reason we stay stuck in our problems is because we don’t ask for help. For many, the concept of going outside of ourselves for help is unheard of. You think, “I ought to be able to take care of myself and figure this out on my own.” But if you are asking yourself, “What is going on?”, you have probably been putting off asking for help.
When is the best time to ask for help?
In the moment you need it. Not a week later, not a month later, not a year later. Get the help you need in the moment that you need it, and you will be amazed at the healing results you get.
By putting off treatment to a muscle injury for weeks on end, you begin to train your body to accommodate to that injury. You start guarding the injured area and stop using the sore muscle. Those reactions put strain on your other muscles, which put strain on your posture, which puts strain on your joints, and so on. When you finally ask for help weeks later, your nervous system has repatterned to accommodate to that injury, so the healing of the injury takes longer than if you had asked for help immediately after you got hurt.
Suffering in the pain of depression, grief, and isolation, causes similar results. The more you stay in the dis-ease of the situation, the harder it is to get out. Your self esteem starts to decline because you don’t feel in your personal powerful, the sadness starts to affect the way you carry yourself, so your posture and muscles tire more easily, and once you’ve started to cut yourself off from people, it is twice as hard to re-engage with people because you have lost the awareness of being around people.
Staying in the stuckness of not achieving your goals, starts a cycle of frustration and apathy. If you knew how to get what you wanted you would have it already.
So when are you going to ask for help?
Now is a great answer! It is never too late to ask for help! I have been helping people overcome their pain, rebalance their emotions and achieve their goals for years. It is the magic of being a Holistic Health Practitioner that helps people get their Body, Minds and Spirit involved in their healing and goal achieving process. Whether it is a physical, emotional or spiritual disorder you need help with, getting help is available to you. Receiving help from a Holistic Health Practitioner, like me, gives you the extra advantage of working with a practitioner that understands how the body works, how the mind inhibits the body from healing and how the spirit limits the mind in believing it can heal. Working on only one aspect of your whole being will only heal one part at a time. Aligning your 3 centers (body, mind, spirit) will bring you into balance much faster. Your body will heal faster, you will feel better, and your spirit will soar!
I have 4 openings for massage therapy and 4 openings for Soul Energy Healing this week! Call or text (530) 616-0032 or schedule online at: https://sacredspacescheduling.as.me/
Nancy “Fawn” Presser, CYT, CMT
Sacred Space Massage & Wellness
Your Sacred Space is where you can find yourself over & over again. - Joseph Campbell _Resources_______________