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143 Immunity & Negativity Connect – Treatment Failure – Miller
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143 Immunity & Negativity Connect – Treatment Failure – Miller

Immunity Challenges Arise From Negativity And Past Trauma

Elicia Miller - Immunity & negativity connect in destructive ways. In our culture and most families, we often don't receive the support to process many of our emotions, and so we continue to repress them by distracting and numbing ourselves and through controlling and addictive behaviors. In this Episode, we connect the reality of trauma, negativity, chronic illness and immunity to support a comprehensive healing process.

Unprocessed Emotions Also Create Physical/Medical Problems

Elicia tells us how she came to understand that unprocessed emotions cause chronic emotional and physical symptoms, as well as relationship problems. Elicia helps her clients understand their symptoms and triggers as a gift, a lesson for personal development. Her mission is to value all of their emotions as a necessary part of their authentic selves.

Healing With Intention

Elicia’s journey of healing her underlying medical issues with systemic Candida gave her the experience to guide hundreds to freedom from digestive problems and chronic fatigue.

With that advanced biomedical understanding, she next found the connections between anxiety, depression, autoimmune disease, eating disorders, codependency, addictions, poor body image, and perfectionism. Both mind and body crash hard against that solid wall of denial and limited thinking. In this CBJ Episode, she also discusses how healing the emotional causes can resolve those multiple states of arrested development.

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Again, special thanks, Elicia, for this useful overview of these essential connections between the past, unresolved trauma, negativity and immunity.


Our Next CoreBrain Journal Episode

144 Shirley Davis - A client with significant emotional issues provides a first-person account of her unusual recovery: She lives with a condition known as Dissociative Identity Disorder [DID] and today continues in therapy for almost three decades. She published three books on the subject and is an accomplished blogger as well as an acclaimed speaker. Her goal is to provide information for both the public and mental health professionals to raise awareness of the validity of DID and to help stamp out the stigma attached to it due to negative facts propagated by the media.

Listen up as she also tells us about her daily struggles to connect, coalesce and manage her striking abundance of multiple personalities in the context of daily life.


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