Repressed Emotions, Physical Disease and Christiane Northrup, MD
If you haven’t heard of Dr. Northrup, she is an internationally known powerhouse of a medical doctor who favors alternative means of healing.
If you are interested in the connection between physical, mental and emotional health, then listen to the March 20, 2013 episode! It’s 100% free to download or listen to in iTunes.
Do Repressed Emotions Lead to Heart Disease?
I subscribe to DrNorthrup.com. When I received an email recently entitled, Hidden Emotions Hurt the Heart, I knew it was time to invite Dr. Northrup on the show.
Dr. Northrup stated recently on her website:
One of my friends was asking me for advice for her sister, who has hypertension (high blood pressure). I didn’t suggest a statin or a blood pressure lowering medication, as the first choice. I explained that, while there are factors like high blood pressure or a stressful lifestyle, which contribute to hypertension, sometimes the root cause is deep emotional tension from the past.
Little did I know that our discussion would explode into a sweeping assessment of mental, physical and spiritual health, with Dr. Northrup boldly defying her publisher’s wishes for her to be conservative in her public opinions!
Dr. Northrup also discusses her firm spiritual beliefs as well as the energetic imprint process, developed by Peter Calhoun. This process is so intriguing that I have agreed to do future show with Dr. Northrup and Peter Calhoun so that Peter can do the imprint process with me on the air.
The energetic imprint process is intended to clear past trauma so that you are free to live in the present without the stress of recycled past emotions.
Join us on the March 20, 2013 episode of Mental Health Exposed.
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Bundrant, M. (2013). Repressed Emotions, Physical Disease and Christiane Northrup, MD. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 21, 2017, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/nlp/2013/04/repressed-emotions-physical-disease-christiane-northrup-md/