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Is grief making you sick?

Is Grief Making You Sick?

Grief is an unexpected companion in many of our lives, often lurking beneath the surface and affecting us in ways we might not even recognize. As Liz Larson, Co-Creator of Cognomovement, explains, grief can be more than just an emotion; it can be an emotional pattern deeply ingrained in our nervous system, rooted in shock.

The Hidden Impact of Grief

For those who have recently experienced a significant loss, the presence of grief might be obvious. However, many people are unaware that their persistent feelings of fatigue, brain fog, and general malaise might be linked to unresolved grief. Larson emphasizes that grief is not just a fleeting emotion but an emotional pattern that can cause long-term disruptions in the body and mind.

Understanding Shock and Its Consequences

Shock, as Larson describes, is a state where the body's systems go offline momentarily, similar to a computer crash. This state of fight or flight can leave lasting effects, subtly but persistently draining the body's energy. When shock becomes a chronic condition, it can lead to severe health issues, including autoimmune disorders, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and even cancer.

The Energy Drain of Grief

The connection between grief and illness lies in the body's attempt to correct the shock pattern, continuously diverting energy away from essential functions to deal with the perceived threat. This misallocation of energy leads to a weakened immune system and a host of other health problems. Larson highlights that unchecked grief can lead to chronic conditions such as depression, chronic low energy, and pain.

Common, Unrecognized Forms of Grief

Grief is not always about losing a loved one. It can stem from various life events and disappointments:

- **Educational Regrets:** Not attending college or not performing well in academics.

- **Failed Relationships:** Lingering regret from past relationships that went awry.

- **Aging:** The emotional toll of aging and the associated physical changes can also induce grief.

These seemingly minor sources of grief can cause significant emotional distress and physical health issues.

The Solution: Rerouting Energy

Cognomovement offers a solution by helping the nervous system redirect energy to where it's needed most. Through their methods, they aim to eliminate these unresourceful patterns, allowing individuals to regain their vitality, creativity, and mental clarity. Larson explains that by addressing these deep-seated grief patterns, people can experience a significant improvement in their overall well-being.

Join the Elevate and Illuminate Series

This Saturday, as part of the Elevate and Illuminate series, Cognomovement will focus on tackling grief. This 90-minute session is designed to help participants understand and transform their grief patterns, enabling their bodies to reroute energy effectively. Larson promises that this session can lead to profound changes, making participants feel more alive, energetic, and ready to move forward in their lives.

For those interested in addressing their grief and improving their overall quality of life, Larson encourages joining the Elevate and Illuminate series or attending the specific grief class. More information is available on Cognomovement's website.

By confronting and transforming grief, you can unlock a brighter, more energetic future. Don't let grief hold you back from living the life you're meant to live. Join Cognomovement and begin your journey toward

healing and rejuvenation today.

For more details and to sign up,

Transform your life by addressing the root causes of your grief and experiencing the difference it can make.

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