If you've stumbled on this article out of context, make sure to read Part 1 over here.
So you suspect that an ailment is rooted in spiritual or energetic dissonance. Now what?
Option 1: If your Spirit is talking to you, then listen.
Is your intuition telling you to do something different? Think about the illness, and then let your mind go blank. Just focus on breathing and wonder to yourself (with a gentle curiosity...no pressure here to know anything for certain) what needs to change?
For example, if you keep getting a flu on New Years -is it obvious yet why I keep using this as an example? - and you get the feeling that you have some sadness tied to the new year that you keep pushing away, what needs to be different? What kind of change would help to ease some of that sadness? Do you need to host a small soiree for your closest friends and family? Do you need to take New Years eve as a time to be alone with yourself, doing only what you enjoy? Or, perhaps you need to take some time and work out what it is exactly that you need to let go of. Grab scrap paper, a journal, your laptop, whatever - and just write. Or talk. Call up a close friend and ask them to be a sounding board.
Look, your body, your Spirit, it already knows what's going to heal you. If you're able to hear that message, try taking your own best advice.
Option 2: Throw the kitchen sink at it.
In the absence of a clear direction, this is the approach I like to take. Guided meditation, journaling, working with crystals and cards, baths, long walks, EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique), self-care, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) techniques, aromatherapy, there are so many things that you can do to work through the blocked up energy and emotions that are at the root of your illness. Try something new, and if that doesn't work, then try something else!
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Option 3: Let someone else take the wheel.
There is nothing wrong with getting help. Simply by choosing to make a change you are taking agency and responsibility for getting better, and that counts. Try getting a Reiki treatment or similar energy healing. I can honestly say that a good healer can do amazing things in terms of moving around stagnant energy and promoting healing. If options one and two don't yield results, you may need someone with more expertise on your side to really get things taken care of.
Above all else, just listen to your intuition - the part of you that doesn't cower in fear, place blame, or get angry. Your Spirit, your higher self, the part of you that looks at your reflection and the world around you with love and compassion - that part can be your lighthouse. We weren't thrown into these lives helpless. I encourage you to remember your own power, and make change were you see that it needs to be done.
Wishing you happiness, health, and more. <3