EMOTIONS BEHIND AILMENTS an A to Z
In this list of emotions behind ailments, we present the metaphysical origins of discomfort or disease. It is often very helpful to look at possible emotions fueling ailments.
Aches: longing for love; the feeling of not being wanted.
Acne: not accepting or disliking self; guilt and criticism. Lack of self-love and self-acceptance; feeling unclean or unworthy. For natural cures to treat acne, click here
Addiction: fear, feeling not good enough, running from the self, lack of self-love
Allergies: denial of one’s own power, over protection of self, feeling irritated by surroundings.
Allergies: related to feeling defensive, hypersensitive, and not feeling safe.
Alzheimer’s disease: refusal to deal with the world as it is; hopelessness and anger
Anaemia: lack of joy and interest in life, fear, feeling unsupported
Angina: feeling burdened by responsibilities; feeling unloved
Anorexia nervosa: denial of the self and life; extreme fear of rejection and inadequacy
Anxiety: distrust of the self and others; insecurity, lack of support and trust in life
Anxiety: related to fear, worry, and a lack of trust in oneself and others.
Arrhythmia: lack of love and joy; feeling unloved and unsupported
Arthritis: feeling unloved, criticism and resentment; long-standing bitterness
Asthma: smother love, inability to breathe for oneself; feeling stifled and unable to breathe in life
Autism: isolation, feeling different and unaccepted; disconnection from life and emotions.
B. Emotions behind ailments.
Back Pain: related to feelings of lack of support and instability, carrying emotional burdens, and unresolved emotional issues.
Bacterial vaginosis: feeling disrespected or overpowered by a partner; feeling worthless and guilty
Bipolar disorder: feeling life is not worth living; swinging between the poles of consciousness
Bleeding: joylessness, lack of fulfilment, inability to accept pleasure; self-attack
Bone fractures and dislocations: rebellion against authority; resentment of the structure
Bowel cancer: deep anger and frustration; inability to let go of the past
Breast cancer: overmothering, overprotection, feeling unimportant; deep hurt and sorrow
Bronchitis: inflamed family environment; arguing and yelling
Bulimia: hopelessness, self-hate, fear of not being good enough; inability to receive or digest life
Burns: anger and resentment; fear and lack of self-love.
C. Emotions behind ailments
Cancer: deep hurt, long-standing resentment, grief, deep secret or grief eating away at the self.
Candida auris: negative beliefs about self and life; feelings of guilt and shame
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: anger and frustration; feeling unsupported and restricted
Cervical cancer: sexual guilt, sexual conflict, feeling used or betrayed
Chickenpox: guilt and blame, not accepting self or surroundings; feeling uncomfortable in one’s skin
Chlamydia: sexual guilt, sexual conflict, feeling used or betrayed
Chronic Fatigue: related to feeling overwhelmed, overworked, and lacking energy and enthusiasm for life.
Coeliac disease: inability to digest the world; feeling victimized by life
Cold sores: festering angry words and fear of expressing them
Colorectal cancer: deep-seated anger and long-standing resentment; feeling unable to release past hurts
Colour blindness: feeling unable to see life with joy and fulfilment
Constipation: inability to let go of the old and unneeded; fear of releasing and trusting life Coronary heart disease: feeling a lack of love in life; inability to give and receive love COVID-19 (coronavirus): fear of the unknown and the uncontrollable; lack of trust in life Croup: Swelling ego and control issues; inability to express oneself emotionally
Cystic fibrosis: fear of life and self-punishment; inability to accept self.
D. Emotions behind ailments
Deafness: rejection of self and life; refusal to listen or hear the truth
Deep vein thrombosis: stagnation in one’s life; feeling stuck and unable to move forward
Depression: feeling of hopelessness, despair, and sadness, often due to repressed anger, frustration, and grief. It can also be caused by lack of love and self-worth, as well as a sense of being stuck or trapped in a situation.
Depression: related to feelings of loss, grief, and sadness, as well as unresolved emotional issues and suppressed emotions.
Dermatitis: skin inflammation and irritation caused by repressed anger and unresolved emotional issues. It can also be caused by a lack of self-love and a tendency to be overly self-critical.
Diabetes: a disease that affects the way the body processes glucose (sugar) due to feelings of being unloved and/or overworked, as well as repressed anger and a sense of powerlessness. Diabetes can also be associated with a lack of self-care and self-nurturing. Longing for what might have been; a great need to control.
Diarrhea: a condition that can be triggered by fear and anxiety, as well as a lack of emotional stability and feeling overwhelmed. It can also be associated with a desire to purge or release negative emotions and beliefs.
Digestion: problems with digestion can be caused by a lack of emotional nourishment and a feeling of being ‘starved’ for love and affection. It can also be associated with unresolved emotional issues, such as anger, resentment, and frustration.
Digestive Issues: related to difficulties in processing emotions and feelings, lack of emotional nourishment, and unresolved emotional issues.
E. Emotions behind ailments
Eating disorders: these can be caused by a lack of self-worth, a desire for control, and a fear of expressing emotions. Eating disorders may also be associated with a history of trauma or abuse, as well as societal pressure to conform to a certain body type.
Eczema: an itchy, scaly rash that can be triggered by stress, anxiety, and repressed emotions. It can also be associated with a lack of self-love and self-acceptance, as well as a tendency to be overly critical of oneself. Breath-taking antagonism; mental eruptions
Epilepsy: a condition that affects the brain and can cause seizures. It can be caused by a sense of being trapped or restricted, as well as unresolved emotional trauma and repressed anger.
Eye problems: problems with the eyes can be caused by a lack of clarity and focus in one’s life, as well as a resistance to seeing and acknowledging certain emotions and beliefs. Eye problems can also be associated with a fear of the future and a lack of trust in oneself.
F. Emotions behind ailments
Fever: anger, burning up.
Fibroids: nursing a hurt from a partner. A blow to the feminine ego.
Fibromyalgia: conflicting wills; a feeling of being out of control in one’s life
Fibromyalgia: feeling victimized. “won’ts” and “can’ts”. A belief in never being good enough.
Flatulence: insecurity. Fear. Anxiety. Gripping.
Flu (influenza): response to mass negativity and beliefs. Fear. Belief in statistics.
Food poisoning: allowing others to take control. Feeling defenseless.
Frozen shoulder: represents the inability to reach out. The right shoulder represents the ability to take on the experiences of life joyously. The left shoulder represents the ability to receive willingly the experiences of life.
G. Emotions behind ailments
Gastroenteritis (gastro): dread. Fear of the new. Inability to assimilate the new in the self.
Genital herpes: mass belief in sexual guilt and the need for punishment. Public shame. Belief in a punishing God.
Genital warts: indication of guilt over a sexual issue. Belief that sex is sinful or dirty.
Gonorrhoea: need for punishment for guilt related to sexual expression.
Gout: the need to dominate; impatience with one’s progress
Gout: the need to dominate. Impatience, anger.
Grey hair: stress, feeling under pressure and strain.
Gum disease: inability to back up decisions. Indecisive about life.
Gynaecological cancer: a deep hurt, long-standing resentment. Deep secret or grief eating away at the self. Carrying hatred.
H. Emotions behind ailments
Hay fever: emotional/Metaphysical causes: inner conflict, fear, suppression, feeling irritated, and being unreasonable in our demands.
Head lice: emotional/Metaphysical causes: overwhelm, feeling insecure or unclean, lack of self-care, and feeling unwanted.
Headache: emotional/Metaphysical causes: stress, tension, unresolved emotional issues and anger, fear, stress, and anxiety.
Headaches: related to stress, tension, and unresolved emotional issues.
Heart attack: emotional/Metaphysical causes: feeling overwhelmed, lack of self-love, and emotional trauma.
Heart conditions: emotional/Metaphysical causes: inability to give and receive love, emotional stress, unresolved emotional trauma, and emotional isolation.
Heart failure: emotional/Metaphysical causes: feeling emotionally exhausted, lack of love, fear of the future, and emotional stress.
Heartburn: feeling overwhelmed, fear, anxiety, and stress.
Heat stroke: feeling overwhelmed, inability to cope with stress, feeling trapped, and inability to express emotions.
Hemorrhoids: feeling unsupported, fear of being alone, fear of the future, and emotional stress. For a list of natural cures for hemorrhoids, click here
Hernia: feeling unsupported, lack of self-love, unresolved emotional trauma, and feeling overwhelmed.
Herpes: sexual guilt, feeling unworthy of love, and feeling emotionally vulnerable.
High blood pressure: a long-standing emotional problem not resolved; a feeling of being pressured and stressed
High blood pressure: stress, anxiety, anger, and unresolved emotional trauma.
High cholesterol: feeling unloved, lack of self-care, and emotional stress.
HIV Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS): feelings of shame and guilt, unresolved emotional trauma, and a lack of self-love.
Hypertension: Feeling pressured and stressed; emotional overload
Hyperthyroidism: feeling overwhelmed, inability to express oneself, unresolved emotional trauma, and feeling trapped.
Hypothyroidism: feeling unexpressed, feeling unsupported, feeling trapped, and emotional stress.
I. Emotions behind ailments
Impetigo (school sores): feeling dirty, feeling insecure, and feeling unwanted.
Impotence: feelings of inadequacy, sexual guilt, and emotional stress.
Indigestion: feeling overwhelmed, stress, and anxiety.
Influenza (flu): feeling overwhelmed, feeling stuck, and feeling helpless.
Influenza: Response to mass negativity and beliefs; fear and belief in statistics
Insomnia: anxiety, stress, unresolved emotional trauma, and feeling overwhelmed. For natural solutions to insomnia click here
Itchiness: undeserved guilt; feeling unclean or unworthy.
J. Emotions behind ailments
Joint pain: represents changes in direction in life and the ease of these movements.
K. Emotions behind ailments
Kidney stones: they represent lumps of undissolved anger that have been carried around for a long time. Metaphysically, kidneys represent the seat of our emotions and the ability to sort through our feelings.
L. Emotions behind ailments
Lactose intolerance: it reflects a fear of not being nurtured. Metaphysically, milk and dairy products are associated with motherly love and nurturing.
Leaky gut: it suggests a feeling of being emotionally overwhelmed or overburdened. Metaphysically, the gut represents the ability to digest and assimilate new ideas and experiences.
Low blood pressure: lack of love and motivation; feeling deflated and lacking energy
Lungs: represent the ability to take in life. Metaphysically, lungs are associated with the ability to take in new ideas, experiences, and life in general.
Lupus: a giving up; better to die than stand up for oneself.
M. Emotions behind ailments
Malaria: suggests feelings of being attacked or invaded by negativity. Metaphysically, malaria reflects a spiritual attack from within.
Measles: reflects feelings of being attacked or punished for not being perfect. Measles represent a cleansing experience, a releasing of toxins that have been held in the body.
Melanoma: suggests feelings of being attacked or invaded by negativity. Melanoma reflects a deep sense of hurt and resentment.
Meningitis: suggests a deep-seated anger or frustration. Meningitis represents a buildup of intense emotions and a feeling of being trapped.
Menopause: reflects feelings of no longer being wanted or needed. Metaphysically, menopause is a time of transformation, a time for releasing old patterns and embracing new experiences.
Migraine: dislike of being driven; resistance to flow. Migraine suggests a feeling of being under intense pressure or stress. Metaphysically, they are associated with a deep-seated sense of guilt or self-blame.
Miscarriage: suggests feelings of self-blame, guilt, or shame. Metaphysically, miscarriage represents a release of emotional pain and a need for self-forgiveness.
Morning sickness: represents a fear or rejection of the new, it is associated with a resistance to change and a fear of the unknown.
Motor neurone disease (MND): feelings of being trapped or stuck in a situation, a deep-seated feeling of being powerless and out of control.
Multiple sclerosis: a feeling of being unable to move forward in life, a fear of the future and a deep-seated sense of hopelessness.
Mumps: a feeling of being deprived of self-expression or individuality, a need for self-expression and a desire to be recognized as an individual.
N. Emotions behind ailments
Nausea: a fear or resistance to something in one’s life, a resistance to change and a fear of the unknown.
Neck and Shoulder Pain: feelings of responsibility and burden, lack of self-care, and difficulty expressing emotions.
Neuropathy: disconnected from life; loss of feeling and ability to participate.
Nose bleeds: a need for release or letting go, a build up of intense emotions and a need for release.
O. Emotions behind ailments
Obesity: being weighed down by emotional baggage, a need for self-love and self-acceptance.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): feelings of being out of control, a need for control and a fear of chaos.
Osteoarthritis: feeling unloved, inability to handle the details of life.
Osteoporosis: feeling there is no support left in life, a belief in not being supported in life.
Ovarian cancer: a deep sense of disappointment or unfulfillment, often related to motherhood and creativity.
P. Emotions behind ailments
Pain: guilt always seeks punishment.
Panic: not trusting the flow and process of life.
Parkinson’s disease: fear and intense desire to control everything and everyone around you.
Phobias: inability to trust the flow of life.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): inability to move forward or let go of past traumas.
Postnatal depression: belief in not being a good mother or not being capable of handling motherhood.
Premenstrual Symptoms: rejection of one’s femininity, often due to cultural or societal pressures.
Prostate cancer: a deep sense of unfulfillment or feeling emasculated.
Psoriasis: fear of being hurt; belief in being attacked, deadening the senses of the self.
R. Emotions behind ailments
Rash: irritation over delays, slapped in the face by life.
Rheumatoid arthritis: deep criticism of the self. Feeling very unloved, feeling victimized by life; deep resentment and a need to blame.
Rubella (German measles): a mild form of anger or frustration that has been suppressed for some time.
S. Emotions behind ailments
Salmonella: disgust of life, belief in persecution and fear.
Scabies: infected thinking, trying to please others.
Scoliosis: fear, inability to stand up for oneself, lack of self-esteem.
Seizures: running away from the family, out of body tension, fear.
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs): sexual guilt, belief in sexual myths, need for punishment.
Shingles: waiting for the other shoe to drop, fear and tension.
Sinus infections: irritation to one person, someone close.
Skin cancer: long-standing emotional problem, deep hurt, secrets or grief.
Skin conditions: related to unresolved emotional issues, suppressed emotions, and difficulty expressing oneself, anxiety, fear, feeling threatened.
Sleep disorders: fear, avoidance of facing an issue, guilt.
Spider bites: veiled anger, deep-seated resentment.
Sprain: resistance, tension and holding on.
Staph (Staphylococcus aureus): feeling unsightly, disfigured or defiled.
Stomach pain: dread, fear of the new, inability to assimilate the new.
Stress: fear, not trusting the flow of life.
Stroke: insecurity, lack of self-expression, and inability to move forward.
Syphilis: belief in punishment, sex is dirty and wrong, used to get even with partner.
T. Emotions behind ailments
Thrush: feeling a lack of love in one’s life, bitterness, resentment.
Tinnitus: refusal to listen; not hearing the inner voice
Toothache: being indecisive, unable to make decisions or take a stand.
Trauma: the feeling of being overwhelmed and unable to cope with a situation, feeling helpless and hopeless.
Tumors: holding onto long-standing resentment, anger or grief, a feeling of being trapped or helpless.
U. Emotions behind ailments
Ulcerative colitis: fear of not being good enough; running scared, driven by fear.
Ulcers: fear, anxiety, worry, feeling overburdened.
Urinary infections: feeling overstimulated, holding onto anger or frustration, feeling resentful.
V. Emotions behind ailments
Varicose veins: A feeling of being overworked and overburdened, feeling overwhelmed by responsibility
Varicose veins: standing in a situation one hates; a feeling of burden and responsibility
Viruses: feeling overwhelmed and under attack, a sense of powerlessness, feeling victimized or powerless.
W. Emotions behind ailments
Warts: little expressions of hate; belief in ugliness.
Whooping cough: a desire to withdraw from the family; feeling suffocated by family.
Y. Emotions behind ailments
Yellow fever: fear and panic.
Z. Emotions behind ailments
Zika virus: uncertain or unpredictable future.