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Chakra healing for ME/CFS

Discussion in 'Spirituality and ME/CFS' started by DaisyRuth, Oct 20, 2014.

  1. DaisyRuth

    DaisyRuth

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    CantThink Senior Member

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    Thankfully!

    It's just a really travesty that the odds of us coming into contact with a believing, knowledgeable M.E. doctor on the NHS and who is actually able and allowed to help.us are slim to none!
     
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    I have read quite a few things saying that we are both placebo resistant and hypnosis resistant tania, so that sounds about right...
     
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    I had a 'Chakra test' done in a Yoga centre, it was a very debatable test but what I found interesting is that my weakest Chakras were 2,3,4 which I believe are located around the Gut, Liver and Stomach. Whilst this is by no means a 'comprehensive' test, I just found that quite interesting as I have already witnessed many crossovers between TCM, Ayurveda, general eastern medicine and the symptoms of ME/CFS
     
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    I find any practice which calms the mind is helpful as the less effort I put into thinking the less rough I feel. IMHO its just because of the way ME is, any activity entailing energy use causes adverse reactions. Its easy to overlook how much energy thinking requires.
     
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