Question: "What is pain along the spine?"
Answer: "Pain all along the spine indicates a "life-alignment" meaning: you don't feel stable in yourself or the direction/future in your life - so, it's a worrying about what is ahead and who you'll be in the future, instead of realising you create the future every day, every moment of breath, so it's just to realign yourself back to stability, walking day by day and living/doing your best each day" Sunette Spies
So, I 'thought' I had walked this point, stabilized myself, yet here I sit, on the couch, with the heating pad on my back.
Yesterday I went for a follow-up to the chiropractor, who told me that after the follow-up I should be all set to go. Well, I actually felt better BEFORE I had this last adjustment. What happened, is that when I went home and sat down I felt movement in my lower back and a tightening up and pain.
So, of course it is now Saturday and the chiropractor's office is closed, so I will do what I can to alleviate this discomfort on my own with taking anti-inflammatory medication, applying heat and will take Epsom salt baths and do stretching, continue to apply self-forgiveness on this point and go on YouTube to see, here, in the physical, if there is something that I could apply practically to assist and support myself.
So, why did this come 'back'? And so quickly? What was I thinking at the time of this shift/movement in my back? Why did it shift from the middle of my back to my lower back? What have I still not realigned myself to in stability? What were my reactions?
The first thing, is that I was 'worried' yesterday about a family member who has placed themselves in a very precarious financial situation to the point that they may lose their home. So, I see/realize that worrying about the future of another is no different from worrying about my future as we are one and equal, and that me worrying about the future of another is me still worrying about my own future as my family member is me, mirrors me.
And, then when my back pain came 'back' I became frustrated and annoyed, questioning the chiropractor, reacting to this frustrated energy that came up, participating in backchat 'oh no not again, I thought I had walked this point out', as I see/realize/understand that reacting to this frustrated energy just continues to feed and perpetuate this situation, and that all I can do is stop and breathe, slowing myself down,
releasing myself from this creation of the mind, using common sense, practically applying myself here in the physical, step by step, breath by breath, walking through the layers/dimensions of this point/pattern until I stand free and clear, not judging myself, not taking it personal, just applying myself in each here moment of breath.
More self-forgiveness to follow....