Thanking Your Body

Just a quick follow-up post to yesterday’s information about DNA Activation Symptoms… .

It keeps coming to me in Medical Intuitive sessions and meditation that we really need to offer some extra support and love to our bodies right now. I have always described the body as the soul’s lover — so dedicated and unconditional that the body will even face its own destruction and death in order to help the soul embrace its dearest hopes, dreams and lessons. This remains true, but on a much grander scale these days.

As we witness the demise of so many “solid” structures, systems and institutions, like governments, banks, media and Monsanto (yes, Monsanto, you are going down with ’em!) … our bodies need to recalibrate to a different physical world. As unnerving as massive change may feel to our minds or emotions, our bodies are losing the surrounding stability of their native physical realm. Yes, we will still have bodies and still have some kind of physicality, but density levels make more difference to the body than to the soul, which has shifted dimensions many times without the body.

Our bodies have agreed to make this transition with us, but let’s give them some extra acknowledgement and support. They’ve been working hard! When was the last time you thanked your cells? When was the last time you loved your liver? Your teeth? Your spine? When was the last time you gave yourself a hug and showed appreciation for the miracles of life happening every moment inside your temple?

When we visit inspirational blogs or connect with online groups, we give our mind, emotions and spirit a boost, but our bodies often sit in cramped chairs with poor posture and squinted eyes. Like the exhausted mom who makes dinner every night for her kids because if she doesn’t then no one else will, our bodies keep on keepin’ on, whether we thank them or not. Sometimes they break down because they just can’t take it anymore, but with a bit of rest, those bodies continue their admirable work the moment they can start again.

A little recognition and gratitude go a long way. Imagine how good you feel when someone really sees you — grasps for just a moment how amazing you truly are and deeply appreciates you for showing up each day. Nothing in your external world might change in that moment, but somehow your attitude and energy level do. You get that extra little boost like a marathon runner who rounds the bend and sees the crowd cheering and holding signs. You can do it! You can finish what you began, and you can finish strong.

Unrequited love feels awful. Please love your body. It loves you ever so much, and it treasures those moments when you let it know the feeling and respect are mutual. Your body can live on Love. Did you know that? Laughter may be the best medicine, but Unconditional Love trumps all.

7 responses to this post.

  1. great stuff! we both have “experienced” the truth of this!



  2. Posted by Leah VandenBerg on March 5, 2012 at 8:11 pm

    Thank you! Literally a minute before I read your blog. I wrote on my vision board: “I will make time for me.” my body is screaming in my ear that i need to starting loving myself, especially right now. I think I am going to start listening. Thank you for your blog. It helps keep me on track:)



  3. Posted by laurabruno on March 6, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    Yay for synchronous body affirmations! And, yes, Tania, definitely thanking the body again and again. 🙂



  4. Think of how many cells are in your body. Then think about how many molecules are in those cells. Now think of how many atoms are in those molecules. Lastly, think of the power of a single atom split in half.

    I remember in science class being told our bodies are worth millions. That is wrong. Our bodies are worth more then the whole world’s gold combined.

    We have the responsibility of looking out for all this life and energy within us. I have to say I feel a little unprepared.



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