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A middle aged man was attending me to get his anger issues. He had been on medication to lower his stomach acid for last many years. He was suffering with dyspepsia. He was also allergic to a lot of foods such as wheat, and poultry products. With anger and meditation burning exercises, he has become more and more relaxed in his body and mind.

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He noticed that he didn’t require the stomach medication each day of the week. One day he decided to take the chance of eating some wheat products. Nothing happened. He waited for his belly to bloat and for the abdominal pain to appear. But he was pleasantly surprised that nothing happened this time. His body had begun to accept the foods he had developed allergies to. This is one of those cases of food allergies which were reversed by burning the locked up anger.

This anger was about all of the issues that he was thinking about, he hadn’t been able to address to his pride in his younger days. There were regrets and resentments that he didn’t know he had, that was’locked up’ in his own body for several years of his life. Anger affects the body in many ways.

Anger effects

There’s very little literature about how anger can be locked up in the body and affect body’s physiology. Unbeknown to the victim, aside from increasing the blood pressure, the suppressed emotion affects the body in many ways. Itching in the entire body for an unknown reason, is the first indication that the body is rejecting something within it. When someone becomes angry, then there’s a feeling of rejection to anything the individual feels angry with.

This feeling of rejection, is likely picked up and sent at the cellular level and the body begins to reject foods. These are foods that the body has been totally familiar with before. Itching is the first sign of rejection. Itching occurs when hitamines are made in the body. Histamines are chemicals that the body produces as it has to handle something it’s not utilised to.

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During any inflammatory process in the body, histamines are the first chemicals to be generated. So when the body needs to express’displeasure’ about anything, histamines are produced first. Allergies develop to a lot of substances subsequently, since the anger increases and isn’t discharged from the body. Allergies occur when the body is rejecting a specific substance.

This feeling of rejection is stronger, since the individual holds on to the anger ardently. No doubt then, the immune system begins to become angry and angry. The body is able to reach a point that it starts rejecting its own tissues. Almost all immune disorders are due to the feeling of rejection from the body of its parts. It’s like the body is mad with itself. In my clinical experience, I’ve come across some extremely angry individuals suffering with cancer.

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They understood they had anger. They did not understand or had the capability to burn out the anger. Cancer is a condition where a region of the body becomes tacky. The body begins to produce cells that consume all of the energy resources of the human body, exactly like an army of angry rebellious soldiers on a warpath. There are hypnotic methods which were used to pacify the body part that has cancer. They operate on the principle of pacifying the diseased part carrying the rebellion and anger elements under account.

Bottling up anger may result in a lot of consequences, one of them heart disease, cancer, rheumatoid arthtritis, hives, acne, psoriasis, peptic ulcer, epilepsy, migraine, Raynaud’s disease and high blood pressure’. Anger affects the body in more ways than we’re ready to acknowldge. It has to be taken care of, addressed and dissipated on a regular basis to keep good physical health. Meditation is just one of the options that’s available to handle anger on a regular basis. When it’s bottled up and becomes’long term’ or’chronic’ it requires treatment in the shape of medication or therapy becomes necessary to deal with the related condition.

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