Many people get sick or have an accident at the same time of year, every year. Is it just a coincidence, or is there something more meaningful at work?
Incredible as it may seem, our unresolved issues can trigger physical symptoms and/or cause additional traumatic experiences around the anniversary date of experiences that have not yet been dealt with and released.
How can this be?
We don’t pay attention to most of our thoughts, but trust me; we think about our unresolved issues much of the time. We just keep on replaying them, looking for some solution as to why they happened. We know when they happened; we remember where we were, what we were doing, others who were present or absent, anyone who helped or harmed, sounds, tastes and smells. It should come as no surprise then, that as the anniversary date approaches, we begin to feel more stressed than usual – without really knowing why.
This additional stress creates an extra load on our immune system, and it’s only a matter of time until we contract a virus or have a painful accident that we would normally be able to overcome or avoid. This goes on year after year, and before long we start to dread “that time of year”. Sometimes chronic diseases even begin to manifest at that particular time of year.
Bad news/Good news
Bad news: Unfortunately, until the inner conflict is resolved, we are doomed to repeat what has become a seemingly unconscious habitual pattern.
Good news: Fortunately, we can change – we can resolve these issues once and for all. Visit Section 1 of my website and begin your healing journey