The Four Bodies

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Physical Body

At the root, rules your physical and health and presence.

Emotional Body

Essential to release negative feelings, emotional blocks

Mental Body

Rules your intellect- stores conceptual distortions and perceptions. Negative looping, mantras

Spiritual Body

Your connection to the field of love- the fertile soil in which our love-based desires can grow, and where true shift takes place.

When the emotional body is out of balance, it has a direct effect on the health of your physical body and it blocks your mental body from maintaining a positive, unlimited perspective. Negative feelings are toxins that must be released from the emotional body.
— Aleta St. James, from Life Shift

How Emotions Effect The Body


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What Doctors Are Saying

Stress, anxiety, depression, hostility, and the social isolation have all been linked to a higher risk of heart disease. There is a huge connection between the mind and the heart. Chronic stress has been associated with a 2.1 fold increase in the risk of having a heart attack, even after adjusting for age, gender, geographic region, and smoking. The studies prove that mental stress has been associated with heart abnormalities (...) the heart suffers from oxygen deprivation every time you let your brain steer the course.
— Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum, Author of Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum's Heart Book
When emotions are expressed...all systems are united and made whole. When emotions are repressed, denied, not allowed to be whatever they may be, our network pathways get blocked, stopping the flow of the vital feel-good, unifying chemicals that run both our biology and our behavior.
— Dr. Candice Pert, Author of Emotional Molecules
Mind body approaches such as meditation, yoga, tai chi, cognitive skills, lifestyle interventions and positive psychology now boast an impressive evidence base to support their ability to improve—and in some cases, prevent—stress-related illnesses, ranging from asthma to hypertension, functional bowel diseases and pain syndromes.
— Herbert Benson, Harvard Medical School