Part 2 of Disease & Emotion by Gary Young

Gary Young discusses disease and its link to emotion in part two of Disease and Emotion.

Read Part One of Disease and Emotion

Now let’s just come forward and look at the times when we have just been traumatized by events in our life. Think back to when you may have been broad-sided at an intersection or discovered that the bank didn’t keep proper track of your account, or your check just bounced, or you just found out you got laid off from work, or you lost thousands in the stock market, or the business that you were building failed.

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Have you had someone call you up on the phone and say, “Do you know that so-and-so doesn’t really like you?” Or they say something hurtful to you. Do you know what that person is doing to you when they say things like that? They are hurting you both physically and emotionally.

And what happens? Your intestines paralyze. Your heart freezes. You can’t breathe. And all of a sudden you start to cry. Why would somebody do this to me? Why would somebody say that about me? Why does somebody feel that way about me? The moment that happens, do you know what’s going on in your guts? It’s called putrefaction, because the enzymes shut down and you stop digesting. And then any food that you put in there at that time continues to putrefy. And then where do those gases go? Into the bloodstream and then the kidneys suppress. The ammonia that is created from that dumps into the bloodstream and then you start having angina pains because it’s affecting the heart and you don’t know why. It’s all emotion tied to physical that sets the stage for disease. This is something that I really, really want you to understand. And I know that you understand it on a feeling level because is there anyone here in this room that has never had one of these experiences, never had a feeling? We all are human.

How do you shift, how do you get out of that? How do you deal with that? We all have different personalities and different temperaments, don’t we? We have to learn how to use our emotions and to move us beyond it so it doesn’t paralyze us and lock us down to where we become incapacitated.

Now every one of you has a feeling and an emotion that no one is exempt of and that’s called anger. God gave you that emotion for the reason to compel you into action. Now you will go to some people who will say anger is bad, you need to surrender your anger, it’s not good to have anger, and you shouldn’t get upset. Has anyone ever been told that? Oh, yes, it’s a crock. You learn to own it because God gave it to you. What’s important is for you not only to own it, but learn to control it and learn how to use it for you. Let your anger move you into positive action.

I have the personality of a fighter. When I get angry, I want to fight – to take action. And that’s how I was raised. I’m grateful for that because if I didn’t have that in my personality I wouldn’t be here today. I wouldn’t have the determination to go beyond the beyond — to go through what I’ve been through to make the postive changes in my life.

4 thoughts on “Part 2 of Disease & Emotion by Gary Young

  1. Dear Gary:

    This is such an important topic. I can never get enough of your conversations about emotions and health. I was just talking to a friend today who at 46 has had so many traumas in his life beginning as a very young child, and although he is successful today, he is still haunted by his past pain and sense of his own unworthiness.

    This is something we cannot talk someone out of. It’s why therapy fails in my opinion. Even love cannot heal this for another person. The use of the oils and cleansing to remove the toxicity of past trauma from the liver and other organs makes more sense than anything else I have ever heard on this subject. I love the CD that comes with the new Feelings kit – what a wonderful and helpful package that is for a person’s own journey to health and well being.

    Your blog is great!

    Love to you and your family.

    🙂 Dale Vinicur
    Distributor #794432

  2. Dear Gary,

    Thank you for speaking up on such an important issue. Dr. John Diamond, M.D., in his book, “Your Body Doesn’t Lie”, wonders which comes first, the emotion or the disease. In other words, the disease state can bring on the negative emotions and the negative emotions can bring on the diseased state. Either way, they get to be worked on together.

    Physically cleansing the body through colon or liver cleansing will often bring up old anger issues. It is a wise person who will recognize this as past not current and begin to use Forgiveness oil to assist them in forgiving the people who hurt them. The Feelings Kit is my most favorite kit. It is essential to use while healing from dis-ease of any kind!

    Thank you continuing to make a difference in this world!

    Dr. LeAnne Deardeuff
    Distributor # 106739

  3. Why when you use the oils it will work the first time to bring someone into balance but not the next time. I have been working with my husband and that is what is happening to him. I did have to take him in because I could not stop it. Have I been doing something wrong.

  4. Hi Gary,
    I agree with you on emotion and disease. The times in my life where I have had traumatic experiences or stress I became very sick. Finding the right way to handle stress or a traumatic experience may determine how long we live and how healthy we are in our older years. I introduced the feelings kit into my school and it is now part of a treatment I named “The Rising Phoenix”. We use the YL oils and Tibetan vibration singing bolws. We are getting great results.

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