Healing | Better Believe It!



Emotions and beliefs are intertwined.  Our emotions often lead to a belief, and our beliefs create emotion.  This belief/emotion web has a direct effect on our physiology. Evidence of this connection can be seen everywhere with every person if you look closely.  Gregg Braden discusses one such case with a woman in China who had bladder cancer. The fact that our beliefs and emotions have a direct effect on the physiology of our bodies has been known for a long time, especially in the East.  When I was an exchange student in Japan, I sat talking with my Chinese friend one day.  She was telling me about her mother who died when she was 12 years old.  I asked, “What did she die from”.  She responded, “Anger”.  Many people in Eastern countries understand the effects of emotion on our bodies more than those of us in the West do.  But…