After a number of years of lived experience and research on the topic of PMS. I now firmly believe that we do not just have PMS for no reason, I believe that it is due to some kind of turbulence found in one or more of the life areas listed below:
These areas above can be described simply as:
Now = The present moment
Your Future = Our expectations, goals, dreams
Your Beliefs = Your core values and principles
Your Past = Your history and experiences
Each area above plays a vital role in your emotional state.
If you experience stress, negativity, unhappiness in one or more of these areas then your body will need to express this, due to the build up of stored emotions, meaning that if you are prone to PMS, then this is where it will show up, with potentially severe symptoms.
If you are not a sufferer of PMS then you may experience the build up in another way, for example back pain, frequent colds etc.
So, if you . .
Do not like your job, your situation at home (Now)
Have no direction in life, no ambition, no focus (Your Future)
Have a loved one who is not respecting one of your core values (Your Beliefs)
Have experienced a traumatic event that is still unresolved / unprocessed (Your Past)
Then you will have some kind of physical and/or mental symptom because of this.
What does this mean?
It means that to resolve PMS you need to take a holistic approach.
PMS is not the problem, PMS is trying to communicate to you that there is a disturbance in your life that needs to be resolved and it is likely to be found in one or more of the areas listed above.
By using this approach I have managed to reduce my own severe symptoms to a level where they are now hardly even evident!
So forget about PMS, instead shift your focus to the study and research of your own happiness, this in turn will lead you to the path of recovery and rejuvenation!
Happy Month 🙂