The True Meaning of Chronic Symptoms


Questions: “What is the truth of what chronic symptoms really mean? Why do people who have had chronic illness become so identified with their “diagnosis” or their symptoms or their illness and pay so much attention to those symptoms? What is that really about?”

Answer: “What we know is that this is really about the unconscious.”

Those are the questions and answers Beth Daniel, co-founder of Quantum Techniques (QT), a cutting-edge energy medicine system, asked and provided in the short video above called The True Meaning of Chronic Symptoms.

In the video, Daniel explains the truth about why people identify so strongly with their diagnosis, symptoms, or illness. She says that there is an underlying need to feel safe and protected. That is because almost everyone, if not all of us, has a basic innate drive to survive and to be in self-preservation mode even if this means manifesting a parade of chronic symptoms to keep one safe and protected.

Why do we want to do that?

Daniel says that this doesn’t happen consciously. “No sane and conscious person would ever do that.” Daniel said. “We know this is an unconscious process.” What this translates to is that the person will do what his unconscious thinks he has to do to stay safe, to feel loved, or to be unique. As most of you have heard, and probably say to yourself, I didn’t wish this illness upon myself. Of course, you didn’t, but the unconscious did.

Let me ask.

Do you find yourself strongly identified with your diagnosis or symptoms or illness?

If you do, here’s another truth.

The truth is, you are not your diagnosis, symptoms, or illness. Your diagnosis, symptoms, or illness is not the truth of who you really are. It’s easy to forget that. I often hear people say, “my [illness],” when, in fact, it’s not “yours” unless you want it to be.

In my own healing journey, I’ve had to learn to dis-identify my true self from this identification with illness. From this, I came to understand that it was my wake up call to further learn who I really was. And, what I learned, obviously, was that I am not ‘my diagnosis, my symptoms or my illness.’

Losing this false identify can be quite uncomfortable at first. It might take some time getting used to it because when you have a chronic illness, this is all you have known for a long time and breaking free from something familiar to something new may be foreign and feels strange. However, you have been given dominion and authority over your thoughts and your mind. You can choose to hold thoughts of Truths and love and banish anything that you don’t want to manifest outwardly.

How can you do this?

How to heal this unconscious pain now

            At QT, practitioners help heal this unconscious pain and unconscious perceptions that are keeping someone sick even if one’s unconscious thinks it’s benefiting the person by keeping him safe and protected.

As you will find out, the more you heal this unconscious pain, the more you will realize that you don’t need to create anything be it drama, illness, symptoms, or pain, because you don’t have the need to seek that which you think you lack.

Of course, for some people, the scary part about losing this strong identification with illness is that they don’t know what it’s going to look like when they do get healthy.

Let me ask you another question:

What is the worst thing that can happen if you are healthy?

Think about that and let us know.

Call or e-mail a QT practitioner to heal your unconscious pain now (928-771-1215 – office; . We appreciate your willingness to help yourself and to give QT a try if you haven’t – it’s a breakthrough modality.

About Sarah Bun

Sarah writes about the QT life + style and everything in between. When she is not empowering through words, you may find her in the kitchen whipping up some no-sugar added paleo and raw desserts. If you don’t catch her there, then you may just find her somewhere with a notebook and pen—writing.

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