The Metaphysical Meaning Behind RA: 5 Tips To Improve Healing

By Misa Hopkins | Breakthrough Healing & Awakening

rheumatoid arthritis

One of our readers asked about healing rheumatoid arthritis, so I meditated with this and got some insights about the energetic belief behind this autoimmune disease. I was surprised to discover that this is an autoimmune disease, which I researched after I did the meditation. In my meditations with other auto-immune conditions, from an emotional and spiritual perspective the body is attacking itself because we have a self-attacking belief.

With rheumatoid arthritis (RA), what’s happening inside the body?

First let’s take a look a medical perspective of rheumatoid arthritis so that we have an idea about what the body is doing and then we’ll take a look at the emotional belief that allows it to happen. Here is an excerpt from I like this particular page because it provides some drawings so that you can see what is happening. If you visualize in your self-healing practice, you may find the drawings to be helpful. Here is how rheumatoid arthritis was described:

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the joints. Rheumatoid arthritis can also cause inflammation of the tissue around the joints, as well as in other organs in the body. Autoimmune diseases are illnesses that occur when the body’s tissues are mistakenly attacked by their own immune system. The immune system contains a complex organization of cells and antibodies designed normally to “seek and destroy” invaders of the body, particularly infections. Patients with autoimmune diseases have antibodies in their blood that target their own body tissues, where they can be associated with inflammation. Because it can affect multiple other organs of the body, rheumatoid arthritis is referred to as a systemic illness and is sometimes called rheumatoid disease.

Related Article: Signs And Symptoms Of RA And How To Treat It Naturally

What you should know about auto-immune diseases in relationship to rheumatoid arthritis

First of all, I want to offer my compassion to anyone suffering from this. I understand this condition can make even the simplest of everyday tasks very difficult to do. By the way, ladies, according to the same source mentioned above, this is three times more common in women than men.  If you have rheumatoid arthritis and have not read my article on Women’s Rhythms and Healing Autoimmune Diseases, I suggest you read it as well as this article.

In the article above, I talk about autoimmune diseases being the physical manifestation of an inner war going on inside of us. Understanding what the inner war is all about provides you with some insights about what changes you need to make in your beliefs in order to experience the emotional and spiritual balance that will help you physically heal.

Metaphysical meaning

When it comes to rheumatoid arthritis, this is succinctly what I understood from my meditation and it complements what I had heard in my previous meditation about autoimmune diseases. Here is what I learned. I suggest you also sit quietly and check into your own intuition to see if this resonates as true for you.

Rheumatoid arthritis is about being angry with yourself for what you did not do or accomplish that you think you should have done.

Here is what Louise Hay suggested about it: Deep criticism of authority. Feeling very put upon.

So let’s put these two perspectives together:

Rheumatoid arthritis is about being angry with yourself for what you did not do or accomplish that you think you should have done. It includes a deep criticism of authority and a feeling of being very put upon.

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Shifting your perspectives to improve healing

When you put these two insights together it becomes apparent that in order to heal rheumatoid arthritis you will need to develop some new perspectives and some skills. Here are some suggestions for focusing your energy:

1.    Discover that deep intuitive voice within you that knows what is absolutely right for you to do, regardless of what other people (knowledgeable or in authority) might think. If you need help with this, check out my home study course, Psychic Powers and Psychic Abilities: Live Intuitively.

2.    Hold yourself in compassion for the choices you regret that you did not make. Honor yourself for doing what you thought was right, or felt pushed into doing, even though it may have gone against a deeper intuitive wisdom. After all, intuitive wisdom has not received much societal acknowledgement until lately. Stop blaming anyone else or yourself by finding compassion for making the choices that you did. A great meditation for self-compassion can be found at my Sacred Feminine Awakening website.

3.    When you have held yourself long enough in compassion, you will find yourself really noticing your critical inner voice—you know—that bullying voice you learned from someone else and you have now adopted as your own. You need to know what you tend to criticize and why, because if you stay present to the voice you are likely to discover that what you are really angry about relates to your own expectations about you and life.

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