Recuperation is an important, but often overlooked, part of our innate process.
Sometimes what we find is that during our holiday breaks we become unwell, for example, we “catch a cold” or develop symptoms of a sore throat, etc.
I know for myself back when I was teaching with the Department of Education, before I had been introduced to Neuro-Training with Kinesiology, it seemed that many school holiday breaks I would start my time “off” with some sort of “illness”.
I now know that there is a reason behind this, and in many cases it is that we are having what is known as a “Recuperation Crisis”.
Every day stresses; traumas; injuries; unresolved grief; emotional problems – these things can limit our ability to be healthy, and they use up our energy while we are trying to cope with them.
Neuro-Training with Kinesiology can help to find solutions to problems such as these, and as we regain our energy, we can further our own recuperation.
When we start on our path of recuperation, a recuperation crisis may occur.
With an “issue” newly resolved, the energy we were using just to cope with the “issue” is now freed up for more recuperation.
The brain then goes looking for other unresolved mental, emotional, physical, “issues” that we may have suppressed in the past (the backlog of “repairs”).
The brain “looks” at these old symptoms and gets on with the recuperation.
This “looking” at the symptoms, can be experienced as old emotions surfacing, or pains reoccurring or appearing to get worse. This is often misinterpreted as a reoccurrence of old problems, and not recognised as part of the recuperation process.
When we understand and become aware of the true nature of the recuperation process, and recognised when the symptoms we are experiencing are part of it, we can look forward to them, knowing how much we will benefit in our long term recuperation.
As part of the recuperation process we can clear emotional stresses and misperceptions, making way for clear and calm thinking.
A physical cleansing process may take place with the elimination of toxins (emotional and physical).
As more and more energy is released for recuperation, we can review and recuperate more and more of the previously unresolved problems.
It’s a wonderful thing to see this process of reversing degeneration and coming back to a better emotional and physical health state.
With the use of Neuro-Training with Kinesiology we can reduce, if not completely eliminate, the discomfort produced while going through a recuperation process.
However, it is a fact, that sometimes when we are going through a recuperation crisis, it can be more appropriate not to do any balancing as our innate systems are already balancing themselves.
And to intervene at this stage may deflect energy away from, and therefore could stop, the recuperation process.
It can be difficult to identify the difference between the recuperation crisis and aggravation, however Neuro-Training with Kinesiology can help to make this distinction.
If it is a recuperation process our active recuperation power can be allowed to carry us through the recuperation we need to go through.
If it is a further problem, an aggravation, Neuro-Training with Kinesiology can identify the need for more balancing.
The recuperation process can often come at a time when we are feeling our best because it is at this time when there is energy available for recuperation.
It is at this time when the recuperation energy can do its best work.
When our available energy increases and when that energy gets to an excess, the excess is used by our innate systems to facilitate our recuperation.
At this time our innate systems can do their greatest work.
It’s literally ridding the old so the new can take its place – recuperating.
This is reason the recuperation process often comes during times when we have allowed ourselves some “free” time, as I mentioned earlier with my own past experiences.
This can sometimes be inconvenient and frustrating especially if you have looked forward to some well deserved relaxation time and find yourself in an “unwell” state.
To help avoid using planned holiday times to recuperate we need to train our neurology to recuperate more frequently and hence avoid the big “backlog”.
This is done by maintaining our regular Neuro-Training with Kinesiology sessions so that we continue to retrain our Nervous System and Neurology to respond more appropriately to our present life experience.
As well as including in our lives regular recuperation activities which may include relaxation techniques, meditation, yoga, to list just a few.
This need not mean dedicating hours at a time but may just be a daily 20 or 30 minute session to still your mind and body and reconnect with your relaxed, deep breathing pattern.