Hi, my name is Elise Lebeau and I’m the Left Brain Intuitive.
As an intuitive, I often receive anonymous insights, and I believe this one is meant for someone who is experiencing pain in their left shoulder.
Our bodies have a unique way of communicating with us, particularly through intuition.
Sometimes, our body uses physical symptoms as a nonverbal form of communication. In this case, the pain in your left shoulder might actually be originating from your heart area.
Let me clarify, it’s not a physical issue with your physical heart, but rather a sign that something within your heart is longing to be addressed.
The Unconscious Broken Heart
Have you experienced a difficult event that left you with a broken heart? It could be someone you deeply love who disappointed you. It’s possible that you’ve been suppressing your hurt feelings because you don’t feel entitled to express them.
But here’s the truth: your right to feel what you feel is of utmost importance. You don’t have to confront the person or engage in complicated discussions. Instead, the first step is acknowledging your own pain.
The Importance of Acknowledgment
When we acknowledge our grief and pain, it creates space for healing. Imagine a little kid holding an envelope with a message, eagerly waiting for you to accept it. However, every time you ignore or dismiss the intuitive hints or symptoms, that little kid leaves with the message undelivered. This can be a sad scenario, as the unaddressed pain lingers and manifests as physical symptoms.
The Message within the Pain
So what is the message that this little messenger is trying to deliver?
It’s a simple one – it’s okay to acknowledge what disappointed you, without the need to assign blame or seek confrontation.
The person who hurt you may not have intended to do so, but that doesn’t diminish the impact it had on you. Allow yourself to feel and honor those emotions.
Taking Ownership of Your Healing
You might be afraid that addressing your pain will lead to uncomfortable discussions or conflicts.
However, in this particular situation, you don’t need to involve the other person. The only person who needs to acknowledge the pain is you. Once you do, you’ll start the journey towards healing.
It’s important to note that functional symptoms like this usually take a few weeks to completely subside. Your body needs time to adjust and heal once the emotional core is resolved.
I hope this was helpful!