What does Louise Hay say about cervical spine (neck) problems?

September 11th, 2011 | by admin |

I’m travelling and can’t get to my books at home. My boyfriend has 2 hernias (slipped discs, more of less – we think) in his spine – lower cervical region (neck). What does Louise Hay have to say about this stuff?

thanks for any help!

For neck problems she says "Refusing to see other sides of a question. Stubborness, inflexibility." The affirmation she suggests is: It is with flexibility and ease that I see all sides of an issue. There are endless ways to do things and see things. I am safe."



The Chinese say that pains in the neck come from putting too much pressure on yourself. A shaman might simply ask you "What in your life is a pain in your neck?".

I had a similar problem several years ago that put me on disability and also on the path of alternative medicine. The MDs couldn’t help me aside from pain killers. What helped most was Yoga – very carefully and deliberately done — along with the herbs scullcap, oat straw/heads, passionflower, valerian along with homeopathic Black Cohosh (30c).

  1. 2 Responses to “What does Louise Hay say about cervical spine (neck) problems?”

  2. By intuitiveherbs on Sep 12, 2011 | Reply

    For neck problems she says "Refusing to see other sides of a question. Stubborness, inflexibility." The affirmation she suggests is: It is with flexibility and ease that I see all sides of an issue. There are endless ways to do things and see things. I am safe."

    The Chinese say that pains in the neck come from putting too much pressure on yourself. A shaman might simply ask you "What in your life is a pain in your neck?".

    I had a similar problem several years ago that put me on disability and also on the path of alternative medicine. The MDs couldn’t help me aside from pain killers. What helped most was Yoga – very carefully and deliberately done — along with the herbs scullcap, oat straw/heads, passionflower, valerian along with homeopathic Black Cohosh (30c).
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  3. By Mr. Knowitall on Sep 12, 2011 | Reply

    She should probably say that if your boyfriend has any neuro deficit that he should go get some help. This problem may take care of itself, but it may not. Tingling or loss of function in the arms and hands should propt you to go see a doc soon.
    References :

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