_ The most commonly understood reason for arthritis is that the area has been used in a
repetitive motion action and or has endured an
injury(s). These are important factors but not the most significant contributor. The primary issue has to do with how we deal and have dealt with stress and tension which becomes our every day habit. I believe, this is the same as it is with most other issues in the body. The “problem” is that, for too long, the area has been habitually too tight, restricted, stiff, stagnant, and or lacking flow. The issue is, just now, coming to roost. And the resolution or integration is the same as
with other body issues.
Create more space in the area. Allow it to be come open
and soft. Open up the area.
Myofascial Release, soft tissue release, massage. This
can be done by myself, someone else, and or yourself as well.
Foam and Ball rolling
Stretch the area
Simple stretches like would be done by a physical
Revitalize the area - Bring energy and flow back to
Exercise the area – stretching and tissue work will to
Nutrition – As you know, there are many supplements and
ideas of what will help most with this. I think you could “shop” around. Search
the internet. Ask many nutritional people. And ask your body with will Support
most. Someone could muscle test you. There are a gazillion things in this area
that I don’t know much about. Hemp oil is supposed to be good. Very hard to get
Acupuncture – this creates flow and allows stagnant /
stuck energy to move
There are laser and eclectic devices that send current
into the area to break up the old and stimulate the new.
Tai Chi – As one becomes rather proficient at this (I
don’t mean necessarily “good” at it just doing it on a regular basis) the body
will flow from head to toe and out the limbs / joints.
Yoga – Same as Tai Chi I would think this is true.
Perhaps one or the other is better, I don’t know. But just doing one or the
Love the area – Light and Love Simply be with the area. Curl up beside it. Lay down
beside it. Go inside the area and rest. Feel the area as sensation, as feeling.
Visualize You can use visualization techniques from, for example, Adam Dream Healer - http://www.dreamhealer.com You can also ask myself for some sugestions and examples.
Receive some sort of Body mind work for the area such as
Begin to wonder and realize how long the area has been in
this place in your body…10 years, 20, within your life time and or into the
generations back. And if so, how many generations back. And what is the
stiffness / lack of flow about? What was the worry, concern, fear? What was it
to protect, take care of, and hold onto?
Believe as a real possibility that this area of the body can
also heal and be integrated.