Oeps, verkeerde topic. Ik ben er geheel van uitgegaan dat dat over mijn vraag betreffende de Sole ging.
Dr. Mario Martinez, Author of the Mind/Body Code has studied Tibetan culture for decades and although the Chinese have raped, pillaged and destroyed their temples, they are taught to send forgiveness and loving thoughts to their enemies without processing their righteous anger.
In Tibetan culture there is no word for "emotion." Tibetan monks believe their thoughts to be emotion, and therefore they are not well-versed in knowing what they feel inside their bodies. Instead, they are taught to prematurely send loving thoughts and forgiveness without truly processing their pain. This has adversely affected their glucose metabolism, and over time Type 2 diabetes is the result despite the monks diet, or exercise regime.
Dr. George Sullivan reports that, "Our immune system has morals and responds positively to righteous anger; the kind of anger that is normal to feel when we are being abused. Our immune systems will not let us get away with not processing our more difficult emotions if we are to remain healthy. Suppressing our anger has health risks." "HSP's or Empaths who attract energy vampires like a magnet, in almost all cases sugar-coat everything they say and do and tend to go right for forgiveness and compassion. When you sugar-coat your anger, diabetes can be the result." -Dr. Christiane Northrup, Author of Dodging Energy Vampires M.D. ''