Tears

As a Kinesiologist, I am gifted with being witness to the very personal and private stories, thoughts, and emotions of those who come to see me.

Tears are not uncommon during a kinesiology session, and rather than viewed as embarrassing, I regard them as a beautiful release.

Why do we cry in a session?

Often it is the result of a realisation, it can be a recognition of a hurt, a release of frustration or an acknowledgement of our own thoughts, words, feelings or actions.

It is perfectly okay. In fact it is perfect for each individual, because always, we feel so much lighter.

Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese scientist who studied the scientific evidence of how the molecular structure in water transforms when it is exposed to human words, thoughts, sounds and intentions.

Knowing this, it is my belief that our tears hold the resonance of our emotions, and that crying actually releases the emotion within the tears.

Surely this can only be of benefit to us?

Following on from this, I always offer a bin for the tissues carrying the tears, because if our tears hold the released emotions, why would you still want to carry those emotions around in your pocket or handbag?

Never fear your tears.

Embrace the release and welcome the lightness that this gifts you.

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