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Urinary Tract Infections – Bladder Issues – Cystitis

Energy Centre Focus:  1st Centre at Tailbone – Many also include the 2nd Centre associated with reproductive centre especially in women

Endocrine Glands effected:  adrenals – Affects the organs:  bladder and often kidneys

Underlying Emotions and False Beliefs:  Your intense emotions are built up and are spilling into the excretory path of the water element of your body which is the urine.  If the emotions become too overwhelming and too much to process, plus they are not expressed well, a “back up” occurs causing a stagnation of emotions in the urinary tract.  With this comes a pooling and environment that can breed bacteria thus an infectious state occurs.  You will need to explore your emotions and reflect on whether or not you are feeling some anger, bitterness or resentment towards a partner or close friend as well.

Women will often develop cystitis in their younger years during sexual relationships and marriage.  Often there is confusion around a balanced, healthy sex life and the young female may be engaging in sexual intercourse more often than her body is able to manage thus exposing genital and urethra opening to greater possibility of contacting bacteria.  The area is susceptible to bacteria build up and can quickly accelerate to a UTI.  Also for females, hygiene is exceptionally important to prevent UTI.

In order to keep balance of emotions in sexual relationships, partners can and should speak more openly about the libido and how a healthy balance can be maintained.

Whether you are a man or a woman experiencing the painful and upsetting symptoms of Urinary Tract Infection, the underlying emotions are clear:  anger and resentment.  If you find it easy to journal your feelings first to sort them up then that may be the better approach to take until such time as you feel comfortable in sharing.

If you find that you are not particular upset with just one person but life in general, the same rule applies.  Start to write these feelings down and let them out on paper rather than holding them inside of your body.

Counsel and Steps to Healing:

Strong personal feelings and intense emotions should be processed through the proper channels of thinking and reflecting before speaking and sharing.  If you get to the reason you are feeling so upset and angry, you can formulate a suitable manner of delivering this verbally so that you can go to the next level of resolve.

A health body free of built up resentment and intense emotion is something we should all strive for.  If you are finding it difficult to start, you can always consult a professional or a close friend on how to discuss and share what you are feeling inside.

Journalling is good because it lets you get things down on paper where you can reason out what you are writing.  As you go through the process you may find that clarity comes forth from the exercise.

In addition to your processing of emotions through the water body (water = emotions), be sure to drink plenty of water as well.  Your body needs water to remove impurities and toxins from its system.  If you doctor has you on antibiotics or if you are choosing a natural remedy involving pure cranberry juice or the extract of cranberry, plus probiotics, you still need to have a diet that includes healthy amounts of water daily.

Try not to be too discouraged if you find recurring episodes of UTI.  The symptoms are the result of your physical and emotional body trying to tell you something.  Pay attention to your feelings and be honest with yourself if you are truly angry and upset about something.  It is best to face this upset and move past it now.  This too shall pass!

Guided Meditation:  Root Chakra healing:

Healing Stone:  Jade, Jasper, Bloodstone