• Marie

The synergy of harmonious interactions

Updated: Oct 16, 2021

How do you do you?

How do you talk to yourself?

What is your attitude to wellness?

Who does your inner voice sound like?


Illness is your body whispering for you to take notice and surrender to your authentic self. Communicating with disease teaches you how to come back to yourself. As you build a new relationship with the patterns that have occurred you can unmask your future potential.


The future of medicine is realising how connective the body is and instead of separating the different parts of the body and organs, its recognising the connections and how they impact one another.


Psychoneuroimmunology interaction between psychological processes and the nervous and immune systems of the human body. We are starting to recognise how the brain and the nervous system have an impact on the immune system.


Psychoneuroimmunoendocrinology the interactions between the psyche, neural and endocrine functions and immune responses. Thoughts, emotions and behavior modulate and mediate endocrine and immune functions. New learnings in how hormones are affecting you and how you can make diet and lifestyle changes to take control of your health. The hypothalamus is the endpoint of the autonomous nervous system, responsible for sending messages to the whole body. Messages are sent to the pituitary gland to send hormones to adrenals. In small doses this creates energy however ongoing can result in fatigue. Too much cortisol thins the bones leading to osteoporosis.


Brain-Gut connection, the ENS-CNS connection. The enteric nervous system (ENS) irritation in the gastrointestinal system may send signals to the central nervous system (CNS) that trigger mood changes. The gut actually has more serotonin that the brain and the gut has more nerves - so when you are ignoring your gut feel, you are actually denying your reality. A gut feeling is always in response to an external trigger. A gut feeling can also look like a calm knowing.


Heart-Brain connection is its own nervous system. There are electromagnetic waves between the brain and the heart meaning that physiologically you cannot separate the mind and the heart. It has now been scientifically proven that you can die from a broken heart.


When it comes to emotions, if it makes you feel good, then do more of it - if it is painful or threatening then don't embrace it - this is the same for the immune system. Avoid toxins and allow in anything that is nourishing and helpful to you. The nervous system is always alert reacting to things triggered in your memory so without even consciously knowing why you can be reacting to things happening around you. Even smells can trigger the body. Imagine the smell of fresh bread and see how this brings back memories and makes you feel safe and secure.


Thinking about emotions and reactions - some people may use smoking or alcohol to numb their emotions. When you avoid anger and you drink or smoke to calm yourself down you end up suppressing that anger. The emotion has nowhere to go and over time suppressed anger will corrode from within. Anyone who does not feel comfortable to express their anger, misses out on an opportunity for healing. Anger is not a negative emotion - its simply an emotion. So start to express your anger and it can be a very healthy release.


When it comes to bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa each individual immune response will reveal the relationship. Bacteria can be good for the body and aid in digestion however bacteria can cause cavities, uti's and ear and throat infections. Viruses are just genetic material (DNA or RNA) packaged inside of a protein coating, requiring other cell structures to reproduce. Fungi gets nutrition from plants, food, and animals in damp, warm environments. Common fungal infections are athletes foot and yeast infections. Protozoa are bigger than bacteria and contain a nucleus and other cell structures, making them more like plant and animal cells. They love moisture so intestinal infections spread through contaminated water.


Understanding suffering can help you overcome it quicker - if you choose to. Suffering is not what is happening to you it is the rejection to accept what is happening and your resistance to go through the experience. If you keep replaying it in your mind you are no longer responding to the event but you are rehashing it, keeping it. The solution to end suffering is Acceptance. Read that again - the solution to end suffering is acceptance and then move on.


Learning to say NO is going to be your friend. If you say YES when you mean NO - ask yourself why - WHY ARE YOU PUTTING OTHER PEOPLES NEEDS ABOVE YOUR OWN? Before you say Yes - ask yourself the following questions:


Why am I not saying no?

What is the impact to me mentally?

What is the impact to me spiritually?

What is the impact to me physically?

What is the impact to me emotionally?

What is the impact on my relationship to self?

What is the story behind the inability to say no?

What is the impact on my relationship to others?



In your younger years you have adapted your dynamic in order to stay attached and in that process suppressed yourself and your own needs. In the past this may have kept you attached however now this isolates you. You are unable to be your true authentic self and people can feel this. Stop feeling insecure about things and start being your voice for yourself and your own needs. It will help for you to ask


Am I being loved for how I am showing up or am I being loved for who I truly am?

Marie is a qualified Master Practitioner and Teacher in Face Reading, Psychosomatic Therapy and NLP. With more than 15 years of experience, Marie brings a unique blend of skill and discernment into these untapped spiritual disciplines. Marie offers inspirational insights into your inner self and personal potential. Reach out to Marie via www.facereadingsydney.com.au


" My passion is to make a difference to people, empowering them to be their best. This can be achieved by increasing their self awareness,

and maintaining a bodymind balance."



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