The Body Knows Best

You may be able to trick me, you can even trick yourself

BUT……You CAN’T trick your BODY.” RH

The body has no hidden agenda it simply is – it says this works for me or this doesn’t. The problem is we don’t listen because we have been taught not to and that knowledge given to us from the outside is more powerful. I have found since listening to Serge Benhayon, that yes indeed the body does know best and it never lets you down.

Sometimes I find it hard to listen to the messages from my body as it shows me how my choices haven’t always been that self-caring or responsible. But what is lovely is when I am being more respectful of what my body requires is how wonderful I feel. That for me is the proof that what Serge lives and shares actually works; that the knowledge of all things is already known within each and every one of us.

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Author: Dr Rachel Hall

The Holistic Dentist who Loves Humanity. Life is about people, connection, love and equality. People are suffering and have forgotten they are naturally amazing. By living in a way that is more self-loving, gentle and truthful we can reawaken our capacity for grandness.

4 thoughts on “The Body Knows Best”

  1. It was Halloween last night and lots of children in my primary aged class went to the school disco. Others went trick or treating. Lots said they felt unwell today and offered it was because they had eaten too many lollies last night. There was no doubt in their minds they were right and that is what their bodies were telling them.

    We briefly touched on people feeling awful the next day after they have had alcohol. These body-wise children saw the connection in an instant. Teenagers and adults would be getting the same messages from their bodies but, being older, choose not to take its advice and go their own way to join the culture of their peers and the culture mainstream society accepts as normal. How far from taking true and deeply loving care of themselves (they all know as children) is this?

      1. Massive question, Rachel. It’s like you would NEVER give a newborn baby anything other than mother’s milk or formula. But then as they get older, you think it’s okay to give them maybe watered down apple juice, as a toddler, then maybe pure apple juice around 3; then older still and it’s deemed okay to have orange juice. Older still, around 7 or 8 and it’s okay to give them soft drink. Then this obviously moves to tea/coffee/alcohol… But why? What exactly has changed? We have the same body, who said it is now okay to put these things in the body? The baby’s body would certainly show you it doesn’t like juice/coffee/alcohol etc so somehow we just ignore the fact that the body will tell us NO, and assume that as we’re older we know best… Hmmm, silly brain

  2. Suzanne you make a most excellent point, why do we treat ourselves as any less precious as a newborn baby? It is as if we are hardwired to let the brain have more say over the body it lives in at our own expense.

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