Each day we have over 60,000 thoughts which isn’t so surprising, what may be surprising to some though is that most of these thoughts we had yesterday and the day before, so we may have become stuck into a repeating pattern. Now think for a moment if you will of a time when you consistently felt down or uplifted.
Depending on your feelings at this time your outlook may well have been influenced by your thought process so when you were down you may have kept on telling yourself and others that you felt tired, also you may have dragged your feet on the floor or lowered your head as you walked. Conversely when you felt good and confident your shoulders were held back and you had lots of energy. So you can see that thought patterns can affect your postural patterns.
This may explain why some people have so called chronic conditions. Another way emotions can become trapped within the tissue is when someone takes an impact; for instance in a car crash or a fall. If, at the same time they were feeling negative in some way, such as angry, sad, depressed or frightened about someone or something, there is a danger of this negative emotion becoming trapped within the tissue. In these instances your body is in a self perpetuating cycle. i.e. your mind starts to affect your body and vice versa and this needs intervention of some type to break the cycle.
After a visceral treatment some times you may have an emotional lift or a spontaneous release of some type. It’s not uncommon for people to explain they have had some unusual experience after their treatment, like they may have slept longer than they have done for years or when they got home they became emotional and more or less talkative. There are lots of different signs for a physical emotional release not all of them are apparent but these nevertheless are changes or breaks in a cycle.