9 Types Of Pain That Are Directly Linked To Emotional States

9 Types Of Pain That Are Directly Linked To Emotional States

9 Types Of Pain That Are Directly Linked To Emotional States

Physical pain is directly linked to our emotional state.

Life gets tough sometimes. You start to feel like you’re on an emotional rollercoaster after a bit. Those emotions can cause a decline in your physical health which leads to physical suffering.

The western medicine usually neglects the link between the emotions, spirit, and the body.

However, if you start paying more attention to the signs your body sends, and experience the links between the physical and emotional, you will be able to holistically understand, detect, and treat your issues easily.

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In the text below you’ll find 9 types of pain that are linked to different emotional states of every human being.

The following signs indicate that you are experiencing some emotional difficulties or are under stress:


1. Pain in your head.

Headaches can be caused by stresses of the day. Take some time to relax and ease the stress every day.


2. Pain in your neck.

If you feel pain in your neck, you may have trouble forgiving others or yourself. If you’re feeling neck pain, consider the things you love about people.


3. Pain in your shoulders.

Shoulder pain may indicate that you’re carrying a heavy emotional burden.

That’s where the saying “shouldering a problem” comes from. Focus in on some proactive problem solving and distributing some of that burden to other people in your life.

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4. Pain in your upper back.

Upper back pain means you don’t have enough emotional support. You may feel unloved and unwanted.

If you’re single, this may mean it’s time to go out on a date or two.


5. Pain in your lower back.

Lower back pain might mean you’re too worried about money. It may be a good time to ask for that overdue raise or consider a financial planner.


6. Pain in your elbows.

Elbow pain speaks to your resistance to change in your life. If you have stiff arms, you may have a stiff life as well. Make compromises and shake things up a little bit.


7. Pain in your hands.

Hand pain means you may not be reaching out to others in the way you should be.

Consider making new friends, having lunch with a co-worker, and making a new connection.

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8. Pain in your hips.

Hip pain means you’re too scared of moving. Sore hips could indicate that you’re resistant to moving on and changing.

You might be too cautious when making decisions.


9. Pain in the knees.

Knee pain can be a sign that your ego is a little too big and that you’re thinking of yourself a little too highly.

Humble yourself. Spend some time volunteering. Remember, you’re mortal.


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Source: www.higherperspectives.com

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3 Responses

  1. Marianne Velvart says:

    Dear Gostica. I enjoyed some of your articles at first but you’re getting more and more light weight and even fluffy. Click bait, catch-all tag lines, shallow postulates with no credible sources or justifications for their premises, pop psychology, plastic astrology, pseudo scientific claptrap and yes, still the occasional worthwile item but not often enough to retain my respect or patience. I’m afraid I’ll soon be out of here.

    • GOSTICA says:

      Thank you for your much valued feedback Marianne. We are very sorry that you feel this way. Our main purpose since the beginning when we created this site was to maintain quality articles and quality readers and not quantity. Still today when we choose our articles to be published we keep this purpose in mind. Maybe sometimes our titles may seem commercial but most of the times we receive very positive feedback from our users. We also tend to address every reader, so some articles address those who are “veteran” in spirituality and some those who are new.

    • Kristine says:

      I’m afraid I agree. Good post Marianne. That’s what I’ve loved about Gostica – good information, but the fluff makes me want to turn elsewhere. This article was disheartening.
      Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

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