Energetic Spleen Cleanse
“Above all things physical, it is more important to be beautiful on the side – to have a big heart, an open mind and a spectacular spleen.” -Ellen DeGeneres
3 BodyTalk Sessions
and optional physical cleanse suggestions
Ideal for all humans seeking relief.
You’ll receive your energetic cleanse sessions on day 1, day 4 and day 7. I recommend listening to the first session at least twice or more during days 1-3, the second session at least twice or more during days 4-6 and the third session at least twice or more starting on day 7 and following. Note that all 3 sessions can be listened to at anytime thereafter for further relief and you can continue to receive benefit from these sessions for many months and years to come.
Why do an energetic cleanse for your spleen?
Your spleen is used to filter blood, produce red blood cells and provide lymphocytes and antibodies for your immune system. Although your bone marrow produces most of your red blood cells, your spleen produces some and actually stores a reserve of blood in case of hemorrhagic shock brought on by heavy bleeding. Your spleen also recycles iron by breaking down hemoglobin, synthesizes antibodies and white blood cells, removes bacteria, and filters lymph fluid. The spleen, is much like a large lymph node, and makes up part of the lymphatic system and is responsible for renewing our cells and eliminating toxins from the body. Unless badly damaged, the organ will actually repair itself, but a cleanse serves as an excellent way to support spleen health and functioning.
“The majority of functional gastrointestinal disorders, such as poor appetite, dyspepsia, diarrhoea and constipation result from a weak spleen organ system,” says Professor Bian Zhaoxiang, a Chinese medicine expert and director of the clinical division of Baptist University’s School of Chinese Medicine.
The spleen is considered by practitioners to be the main organ of digestion, responsible for transforming and extracting nutrients from the foods we eat into chi and blood. It is a yin (“cold”) organ system that prefers food and drink that are “warming” to the body temperature and temperament.
From a consciousness perspective, if there’s an issue with the spleen it can show up as:
Worry, frustration, impatience, over-attachment and possessiveness
In our go go go worlds, it’s easy to see that juggling work, family, health, etc often leads to a demanding schedule. More pressure, more stress means more anxiety. Combine that with seemingly less time to take care of ourselves and you’ve got a recipe for burnout. Exhaustion and fatigue give rise to all those sabotages you use, preventing optimal health.
Ready to hit your “pause” button and find a different way? Commit to putting yourself and your health first so you an both play the game of life with greater ease as well as perhaps take stock and change how it us you’re ‘doing’ life. Come stabilize your thyroid and all it regulates.
If you have a spleen disorder or issues I strongly recommend having individual guidance with a medical professional as well.
If you choose to do this alongside of a physical cleanse (ideas for support are provided complimentary or you can google or use your own if you have one that you prefer).
There’s always another way.
Come explore what drives you, what you’re getting from it, how it’s been serving you, how it hasn’t and step into another way to experience your life.
We’ll be exploring a number of principles including vulnerability, strength, power, humility, honesty, authenticity, compassion, relationships (with self and others), intimacy, and sensuality.
The nature of group work allows, from a quantum physics understanding of increasing observation, for exceptional effectiveness.
“Every session it feels like you’re treating just me, are you sure these sessions aren’t just for me?” is common feedback received when working with group BodyTalk sessions, pre-recorded or live.
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