We all want to be good at healing when we experience damage or illness but it can be helpful to understand a bit more about how we do that.
When a cell or tissue gets damaged (imagine cutting your finger), then this event initiates a 3 step process which when all goes well ends up with a healed finger. Step 1 in this process is about increasing inflammation to fight off infection and neutralize the threat as well as containing the infection or injury so it doesn’t spread.
Step 2 is about replacing the injured tissue - growing new skin, for example. And Step 3 is where the new cells connect with the network and learn what kind of cell they need to be.
When we understand this 3 step processes, then it becomes clearer why it’s hard to heal when we’re stressed, infected or full of toxicity. The process keeps getting triggered without an opportunity to complete.
Fortunately, here you’re learning how to neutralize and remove these triggers and doing practices to help you move through these steps so that you can heal.