Are you one of those helpers who tend to over-give, and now it’s costing you your health and well-being?
This is nearly always done with the best of intentions
And I don’t believe there’s anything wrong with giving.
Far from it.
Even consciously making sacrifices sometimes it’s probably not a bad thing.
But when your giving continually goes into Sacrifice – versus true Service – it does not bode well for either you or the recipient of your generosity.
Here’s the thing about sacrifice:
There are always negative emotions connected with it. (Resentment is one that comes to mind, but there are loads of possibilities…)
I believe if one can TRULY and ABSOLUTELY give, with no strings attached, out of PURE LOVE, it wouldn’t even be considered sacrifice.
And I believe this is a worthy goal.
And I also believe that we as human beings, are mostly not there yet. After all, even Mother Teresa, an amazingly generous and very effective servant to humanity, even Mother Theresa had Fibromyalgia.
So let’s look at how that chronic sacrificial behavior affects YOU.
We know from physics that everything is energy.
Food is energy.
Money is energy.
Things you can see and touch. Things you can’t.
EVERYTHING IS ENERGY.
And all this energy interacts and balances itself out. Which is a great system that works very well.
When you create an energy imbalance by stepping from Service into Sacrifice, the energy has to come from somewhere, because the equation MUST balance.
So if we’re talking about money, this scenario will likely affect your bank account or something else in your finances.
That makes sense, right?
And when you sacrifice your nutritional needs, your body doesn’t have the materials it needs for maintaining your physical health.
That makes perfect sense, too.
Here’s where it gets a little weird:
That emotional connection I was talking about?
When you hold onto those connections – which is the natural tendency for most people – we call that emotional baggage. Yes, emotional baggage really is a thing.
Stuff we don’t need that we’re carrying around with us everywhere we go.
And that’s energy that’s not flowing as it should. Energy we can’t access when we need a little extra boost.
And it requires EXTRA energy from us just to carry it around.
It’s kind of like renting a storage unit for stuff you don’t use and will probably never need again, that you get a monthly bill for.
But back to the cost of emotional baggage…
The storage unit for that baggage is located in your energy field. Most people have many, many, many little storage units. And instead of debiting your checking account, it’s your body that gets invoiced.
And your cells are able to pay the bill because they are always creating energy from the nutrients you take in. It only becomes a problem when the bill is larger than your income.
Just like in your bank account.
And it’s OK for a while, because you can always take money out of your savings to make up the difference.
In your body, cell tissue is your savings account and it’s cannibalized to free up some more energy to be used when you need it.
But what happens when your savings account has been emptied, and you can no longer shore up your checking account?
And your bank takes an additional fee for that.
Out of money you already don’t have.
This is a frightening and very expensive downward spiral.
It’s very similar in your body, but usually so gradual that you don’t notice until suddenly there’s a huge stack of NSF fees.
Your body, amazing creation that it is, has been scrambling, trying to put funds together to pay the bills. Taking a bit from this muscle, that organ, another system over there, until there are so many processes that are not working the way they’re supposed to, that your body just plain breaks down.
Of course, it was breaking down steadily for a good while already. But it was just little things here and there, so it wasn’t so noticeable.
And now, your body can no longer pay those invoices. Your checking and savings accounts have been devastated. Maybe you’ve even used up some of your retirement funds.
At any rate, you don’t have enough assets left to “pay” for general maintenance and repairs, much less for new projects (like say, making a trip to the grocery store or attending a family get-together).
Sometimes an intense pain that takes your breath away.
Mostly though, it’s just a steady ache that keeps you from physically doing much. An ache that robs you of your joy in life, and can send you into depression.
Your brain doesn’t seem to be working right anymore either.
Memory lapses. Lack of focus. Mental fog.
And anything you try to do is exhausting.
You’re so tired, you can’t even get a decent night’s sleep. It’s looking like you’ll never be able to catch up.
And unfortunately, you might not.
Not unless you get some help.
But I’m not here to help you *live with* your chronic health issues or fatigue. There are plenty of people who can help you with that.
Instead, I want to offer you a way to go from being sick and tired, back to feeling good and making the world a better place.
Like you used to do before IT came into your life.
Healing IS within your reach.
I did it. Others have done it.
Why not you?