Happy New Year to you all. Feeling inspired or do you need to be?
Well for those of you who experience hypersensitivity I am sure you can do with some inspiration so here we go!
In Part 3 we discussed logic. Logic plays a very important part in fine tuning your hypersensitivities from being debilitating symptoms to tools that can enhance your life. You may say oh yeah, what does he know? Well I can, for the very reason that for so many years of my life my hyper-sensitivities disrupted my life, caused agonising pain and discomforts, played games with my mind and alienated me from everyday society and the environment that I lived in.
Anyway that’s my life, and it is different to yours. However, there is a common factor that affects everyone whom experiences hypersensitives, and that is, that they spend their lives walking a narrow fence, and they find it easy to get knocked off. Yes, and sometimes it is a long drop. What I have found with my 10 years of treating clients with hypersensitivity as well as self treatment at my Bioenergy Treatment Clinic, is that there is nothing permanent and that your experience of hypersensitivity is based on how your brain and body is currently wired.
The best analogy is to that of an analogue radio with a poor radio signal. It is impossible to hear the music without interference. When we consider the body and the way electrical signals transport information around the body, then when there is interference due to blockages and breakdown in communication, it means that your body cannot function effectively and has to adapt. This is on a mind as well as on a physical level.
Take your computer and the way you store documents in folders. What happens when a file is in the wrong folder or not linked to another file or maybe it is corrupt. Well that is no different to how the brain stores information. It needs order, and if it is fragmented then there is a breakdown in communication.
In part 5, I will move forward with discussing what this breakdown of communication is and how it can be rectified.
Meanwhile, I need to hear about your experiences of hypersensitivities, and how it affects you. So please post your comments below.