Hyper mobility syndrome is a condition whereby joints easily move beyond the normal range - the joints are very 'flexible'. It can result in soreness and pain. For some it makes it difficult to walk easily within the world, participate in sports and live without restriction or pain. It impacts self image. particularly for children as they learn to cope.
From an energetic perspective, those with Hyper mobility tend to have personalities which are very controlling. They like to know exactly what is occurring around them, they are inflexible in their thoughts and actions and refuse to change. Often, they are highly self critical. The more inflexible they are in their thinking, the more flexible the degree of hyper mobility experienced.
This mental attitude or way of Being, creates an imbalance in the body. The imbalance or dis-ease is exhibited through greater flexibility in muscles, ligaments and joints. The degree of 'stiffness' in a persons thinking and how they perceive themselves is countered by the body's degree of flexibility.
The dis-ease may manifest due to a persons fear of life, fear of people in their life or fear for their personal safety.
Negative inner thoughts and fears are manifested in our bodies through dis-ease.
Meditation may provide a tool for anyone experiencing debilitating hyper mobility with the goal of connecting with their fears, unravelling them, understanding them, accepting them and then releasing them. It may be used to assist in reducing physical pressure and pain from the body and to strengthen inner resilience.
I have witnessed the benefits meditation can have over time in regards to dealing with hyper mobility.
Parkinson's Disease too has a very similar energetic signature - a neurological dis-ease which slowly takes all control away from the person. This is an extreme form of energetic dis-ease, manifested through the desire or need for one to have absolute control over their lives and all that surrounds them or, generated from the feeling they have absolutely no control over their lives and therefore focus their energy on gaining it.
This appears a simplistic observation regarding a very complex disease, however often, on one level - in the 'simple', the answer appears.
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