Coughing is prevalent during the winter months. Viruses and bacteria are around the whole year, but in the winter we are more susceptible to them. People ventilate their homes less, are tired, go outside with a warm jacket but also go into stores with their warm jackets on. Warm, cold, warm, cold. And we miss, of course, the sunlight and vitamin D.
Winter months: turning inward
Humans, just like animals, live in tune with nature. Even though we live in western society, our innate natures remain intact and live according to the rythm of the seasons. Call it our innate talent. What our bodies do is turn inward during the winter months and process. Grief, pain and difficult experiences are dealt with by the body, along with built-up waste products. This can cause you to become sick, have a fever and start coughing. Fever, by the way, is super good, so be happy when you get a fever! I wrote about this a while ago, “Never Have a Fever?”
If you start coughing, it’s a good thing! You are getting rid of built-up waste products via the lungs. Super! There are two kinds of coughs. Dry cough and wet cough. Dry cough is the nasty hacking cough that can keep you up at night. This cough has no function because it doesn’t solve anything for you. You can attack this cough with honey, sucking on licorice or perhaps medication. Try to suppress this cough as much as possible because it irritates your throat and vocal chords. If you have a hacking cough for too long it will actually cause problems!
If you have a cough that loosens phlegm, this is your body cleansing itself. Your cough is particularly useful because it helps you to get rid of the rubbish in your body. This cough has a useful function. The only thing you can do is be sure the cough is gone as quickly as possible by giving the body what is needs: liquids! Drink water or tea and freshly squeezed orange juice with fresh lemon juice in it for the vitamins. The most important thing is that you drink a lot! And no soda, please! It contains a huge amount of sugar. Imagine having a lot of sugar in your blood. It makes it syrupy. Do you think your lungs have to work harder or less this way? The thinner you keep the fluids in your body by drinking, the easier it is for your body to get rid of the rubbish! Cheers!
Coughing and the MIR-Method
People who do the MIR-Method often start coughing. This is because of step 2: Detox all toxicity. Your body begins to dispose of the waste products and uses every means to do this. Fits of crying, using the bathroom more often and coughing. Not nice but normal.
In addition, coughing does something else. Your throat chakra becomes free again. In the back and front of the throat area is an energy spot. This energy spot can with time become blocked by what you’ve been through. Maybe you weren’t allowed to talk about it, you had to keep silent, felt it was better to keep your mouth shut or you’ve had to deal with more than was good for you. Your throat chakra has become blocked. By doing step 8: Optimize chakras and aura, you assist in freeing your throat chakra gain. Coughing is one of the signals that your throat chakra is beginning to flow freely again. As Sylvia (thank you!) added, “A blockage in the throat chakra can be an indication of disrupted communication with your innermost Self. Not daring to turn inward.”
And how about you? Have you been coughing as well because of doing the MIR-Method? A useful or a useless cough? I’d love to hear about it from you. Please write about it below. Thank you!
My wish for you is that your body coughs itself perfectly clean!
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