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Body Heals Itself : How Deeper Awareness of Your Muscles and Their Emotional Connection Can Help You
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Listen to the Emotional Wisdom of Your Muscles and Experience a Deeper Level of Healing
You know a lot about the emotions in your mind and heart, but you probably don't know much about the emotions in your muscle body. The muscles are storehouses of emotion, and pain in those muscles is how your body reveals what needs to be healed—both emotionally and physically. Organized by muscle groups, The Body Heals Itself is your ideal guide to understanding the link between your emotions and muscle bodies.
This book acts as a road map for the energetic journey within your own body, showing you how to recognize and release stored emotions to let go of pain. You'll discover which emotions are often paired with a specific muscle area and how muscles speak of everything from past traumas to current celebrations. Using stretches, affirmations, visualizations, and more, Emily A. Francis teaches you to unite your mind and body for better health and emotional well-being.
"Readers interested in holistic treatments and therapies will find this a solid reference."—Library Journal
"Emily Francis' work is an important offering in the maturation of the emotional body. I believe the future of the planet depends on books like hers."—Katie Silcox, New York Times bestselling author of Healthy Happy Sexy
"[The Body Heals Itself features] new awareness and understanding of what our bodies have to teach us and, most importantly, how we can become masterful listeners."—Thom Rutledge, psychotherapist and author of Embracing Fear and The Self-Forgiveness Handbook
"The Body Heals Itself is a fascinating read. It takes us into the emotions and deep wisdom of our body in surprising ways. This book gives us tools to understand this hidden part of ourselves—one that may have formally been an acquaintance now becomes an intimate friend."—Dr. Paulette Kouffman Sherman, psychologist and author of The Book of Sacred Baths