There are so many different reasons that people seek out BodyTalk. Most of those reasons relate to how they feel physically and, of course, BodyTalk can help in the relieving of stress, which can cause any number of physical symptoms.

It is no surprise that clients continue to receive BodyTalk sessions after their initial symptoms resolve. Life happens and sessions have a way of helping us resolve issues BEFORE they can begin to affect our physical body. Not only that, but sessions help us resolve old wounds and resentments. They propel us into a level of personal growth that many do not experience. Why? Because BodyTalk addresses all aspects us mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. It addresses all of what makes us who we are and all that we aspire to be.

For example, the Liver and Gall Bladder carry the energy of planning, organizing and decision-making. In fact, these meridians follow pathways in the brain that correspond to those tasks. So in reconnecting the Liver and the Gall Bladder and getting them to communicate on an even better level, then it may make it easier for someone to get out of a perpetual stage of planning and into decision-making. Likewise, if someone makes rash decisions, then balancing these two organs can bring more planning and coordination BEFORE making decisions. In either case, we bring balance to the overall bodymind complex and life can run smoother. In many cases where someone needs to make a major decision and is unable to come to any definite conclusion, we may find that we balance this decision-making energy within the body to whatever other aspect seems to be creating any interference.

Every organ, endocrine and body part carries a unique function not only in its role for the physiology of the body but also in our approach to life. By utilizing the energy that we have already within us, we can continue in our personal growth and approach life with even more confidence and calm assurance.

Kathi Springman

Click here for a downloadable version of this article as it was printed in Natural Awakenings OKC December 2013.


The views expressed are educational in nature and reflect the personal and/or clinical experiences of the author.