“What are the profound causes of disharmonies and what can you do to try to go beyond them?
Disharmonies have several realities in relation to what you are, to your capacity to go to the deepest part of yourself and to bring up all the sufferings of your past or those of your previous lives.
Disharmonies come often with lack of forgiveness; they also come often from an important emotional shock because everything happens at the level of your emotional center.
The emotional center is like an immense cauldron where all sufferings, all shocks, all lack of forgiveness and all that you have experienced since your youngest childhood swirls without end, as if nothing could liberate you from it. These emotions often generate what you call disharmonies.
So we advise you to look back on your life, to see and to bring up all that you can bring up in order to clarify it and especially to forgive and to forgive yourself.
Often, human beings say that it is easier to forgive others than to forgive oneself. It is not easy to forgive others! It is not easy to forgive yourself because you only do it on the surface! When there has been a profound hurt, you must go very deep inside to succeed in eradicating it, in clarifying all this suffering and especially to forgive.
There are also other reasons for disharmonies, and it is for this that, one way or another, you must never blame yourself in relation to your health problems. One of the reasons could be that, in your existence, you did not have the behavior that you should have had at the level of your body, or even at the level of what you could have committed in relation to your family or relationships.
There is also another possible reason: sometimes certain souls choose to experience moments that are very difficult for their body in order to cleanse some karma or some mistakes committed in this existence and sometimes also in others. To cleanse your cells, to totally cleanse all of the impacts, all of the inferior energies that you may have accumulated, is a way to liberate yourself from the suffering.”