Welcome to a site dedicated to the belief that negative, or destructive, emotions will always cause illness when experienced with any frequency.
Modern medicine has confirmed a definite link between stress and illnesses such as heart disease, sleep problems, digestive problems, depression, obesity, memory impairment, and skin conditions. We believe that, in the coming years, science will add many more emotional links to many more diseases as well as amplify the significance of emotional stress. We also believe that the only truly effective cure for any illness (and not just the symptom) is to eliminate the “stress” of negative emotions.
The most stressful negative emotions are: anger, fear, shame, and loneliness. We will attempt to present, through excerpts of writings and internet links, the latest scientific research as well as anecdotal evidence to support the belief that emotional stress causes illness. We will also ask for readers’ input into a database of mind-body connection experiences that will hopefully, at some future time and with sufficient data, reveal possible links between certain destructive emotions and certain illnesses. Many of the oldest religions the world has known have spoken of the need to eliminate destructive emotions to achieve various benefits, but it has only been recently, through scientific study and an understanding of how the mind works, that it has become somewhat more obvious just how to do that.
We will also attempt to promote emotional intelligence in school as well as encourage our readers to use our four-step program to eliminate stress by deleting negative emotions. No charge here. We want to convey information we think is valuable. If these ideas are of interest please continue.
“Pills are like duct tape. A poor substitute for true healing.”
If you are already convinced of the need to eliminate the stress of negative emotions, you might want to skip the section on the effect of negative emotions.
If you believe that to eliminate negative emotions might be a good thing, and you are looking for suggestions on how to do it, click on Four Steps.
If you would like to read one of the most important articles we have run across… and an excellent overview we suggest: Childhood Disrupted by Donna Jackson Nakazawa