Emotions Are Stored in the Organs
VM therapy affects the structure and function of an organ and its related tissues; sending proprioceptive messages to the brain. The brain integrates this new information and then communicates back to our organs.
In addition, VM therapy can affect our own, individual emotional landscape as well. It is well documented that daily life stressors and emotions have impact on how our body functions and this is greatly due to how receptive our organs are to our feelings.
Different emotions affect different organs. Emotional reactions can translate into simple spasms in the gallbladder or heartburn, vomiting, feeling faint, ulcers and other diseases.
When the brain receives negative emotions it sends tension to the related organ, the organ then sends tension signals back to the brain resulting in a vicious cycle. Conversely, a physically damaged or imbalanced organ can also stimulate emotional upset. VM therapy can break this cyclical pattern, enhance the health of the organ and help restore emotional balance.