Allergies is a Message from the Nervous System


Allergies is your body’s nervous system reacting to whatever the irritant is that it can’t take any anymore of it. If one is already holding on to too much emotional trauma you are already taxing your nervous system. If you are already irritated in your daily life the exposure to something naturally irritating will exasperate the symptoms.

Working on our emotional issues will give space to our nervous system to take on more in our daily lives. Then we will have a stronger tolerance to digest environmental irritants.

An area in the body that may hold the reaction to an allergy is the Liver. The Liver will be one of the main defenses to the environment. If the liver is already taxed out on protecting itself from emotional distress, then dealing with environmental irritants will be too much.

An allergic reaction is the body saying “Get me out of here, I can’t defend anymore”.

So blaming the environment for the enhanced symptoms is only half the battle, the other half is, “What you are suppressing emotionally or what are you in constant fear about”?

By working with a friend I was able to cure myself of allergies to pollen. The issue we worked on was, “Over Protecting Myself – Fear”. It has been 3 years now and I have sneezed a total of 5 times since then. Before that I would sneeze 5 times a day.

Client Examples:
People that I have worked with food allergies had childhood trauma while eating with there family.
People with Nature allergies had traumas while playing outside.
People with chemical allergies had traumas at work.

Jacob Caldwell, LMP
Medical Intuitive & Massage Therapist
http://www.StepstoEnlightenment.com
http://www.SeattleMassage.co
http://www.SeattleMassageBlog.com

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