While I was still having many ups and downs on my healing from chronic eczema, I wanted to create this blog to share my journey with people who are going through the same, and having uncertainty whether they would ever heal the condition or not.
Bottom line… YOU WILL. To be more specific, YOUR BODY is always trying to heal.
Your job is to support your body do its job. This will depend upon the input and output of toxic burden. What we want is to minimize the input and to maximize the output of toxins in the body.
You can think of a “water barrel”, water as toxins and a barrel as our body.
When the barrel isn’t full, there is a space for more water. And as long as the water is drained from the faucet regularly, it will never be overflowed. However, if it starts overflowing, that’s the symptoms and signs trying to warn us something needs to be changed. Pains, headaches, rash, allergies, and all other types of inflammation are the sings of imbalance in the body. But because our body is always trying to heal, we don’t either recognize the signal as symptoms goes away after a certain period, or don’t want to acknowledge that there is something out of balance in our body as healing requires a commitment for us to make.
It’s totally up to you whether you want to get to know yourself better through your healing journey or not. Isn’t that a part of our purpose in our lives?
Well…Why am I saying this?
Because the healing isn’t that simple. You may change your diet, lifestyle either partially or completely, or relationships… Those sure will help your healing. But it’s not that simple (AGAGIN!). We are complex. Diseases are multifactorial. There are multiple layers that you have to peel in order to overcome challenges (obstacles) like an onion. Physically, emotionally, and spiritually…
When I was super desperate to find ANY information to cure my condition in 2011, I had never found practitioners who mentioned nutritional therapy, psychotherapy, and bodywork such as acupuncture, body talk, and so on, all together. They are a “Bioregulatory” approach. (I will explain more about this approach later)
I don’t know how many of you reading this believe our body’s “psychosomatic responses”. But I do. This is why I am in a much better place as of now (2017. Jul). The most of diseases is caused by both physical and emotional traumas. That being said, we need to look after our body and emotions.
I will be introducing what processes that I had gone through in order to achieve the physical healing and emotional healing. I hope the information could become some references to your healing journey.
Healing takes time (there are no magic pills for the true healing) but you will get out of the darkness one day as long as you are moving forward.
Let’s start with listing what you are grateful for today…