Nausea Biodescodification

Nausea Biodescodification,

Nausea is the sensation of impending vomiting. Also known as the urge to vomit or motion sickness. This disease is felt mainly in the throat with a very uncomfortable sensation and disgust for food.

Nausea Biodecoding — Emotional Conflicts

The person suffering from nausea feels threatened at that moment by some person or some event. He/she is upset because what he/she expected does not happen, or feels a noticeable aversion to some person or thing. Also, someone or something may make you feel grossed out.

Many pregnant women suffer from nausea because they find it difficult to accept the changes that this new situation will cause in their future life.

They feel aversion to getting fat or seeing their body deformed by the baby they are carrying, or they are afraid of losing their freedom, not being supported by the father or other similar fears.

Nausea message

The message you get with nausea is that you need to change your thinking about what is going on in your life at that moment. Instead of preparing yourself to reject yourself or someone or something because of your aversion, look at what frightens you about that person or event.

It is possible that you dramatize the situation or that you are not aware of all your possibilities and your ability to cope with them.

Love yourself first

Instead of feeling like your head is spinning, it spins with joy. Nausea is defined as an urge to vomit and is accompanied by a feeling of general discomfort. It experiences a feeling of grief and I feel pain in the face of a reality that disrupts my life that I wish I could avoid.

The nausea is a sign that I feel disgusted and that I reject a thing, a person, an idea, a situation, or perhaps even an emotion. I experience rebellion, anger, fear, disgust, frustration, or incomprehension in the face of it.

When this rejection becomes sufficiently important, the effect of vomiting may occur because I tend to physically manifest this rejection.

I have to become aware that I absorbed something from my reality or from my being that creates the desire to express it immediately. And if this is not done with the word, it will manifest itself as nausea.

The beginning of pregnancy is often accompanied by nausea and, in this situation, I must accept the changes in my life that the arrival of the baby will bring. I ask for peace and accept to digest the emotions and conflicts that this event produces in my daily life.

Motion sickness, transport sickness

Motion sickness occurs very frequently when traveling by car, bus, plane, ship and train.

The disorders caused by motion sickness are pallor, cold sweats and vomiting preceded by nausea. In addition to the following, see nausea, torpor and headache. Often, motion sickness masks a fear that something or someone will die.

This type of fear manifests itself very often in those who want to control everything so as not to feel imprisoned in a new situation from which they would not know how to get out.

This person prevents himself from living in the present moment and taking advantage of the joys that occur. If you frequently feel discomfort in any of the above means of transportation, your body is telling you to stop wanting to control everything and allow yourself to express your fears.

Such discomfort occurs very rarely when a person is alone. Ask yourself what happens at the moment when you feel bad.

  • Who don’t you trust?
  • Do you think others may not have answers or solutions for you?

Open yourself to what others decide or do

Your body tells you that you need to learn to let go and trust others and the Universe in general. The Universe takes good care of those who trust it.

I experience insecurity, discomfort

This upsets my established habits and I may have the feeling of losing control of what is happening in my life.

I am afraid of the unknown

I must have confidence in the future, I must accept to live new experiences, knowing that I will grow from them.


Dizziness is the feeling of not being in control of the situation, of being carried away by the events of life and the feeling of losing everything.

Not having “both feet on the ground”, I experience certain insecurity that takes on even greater proportions when I have apprehensions about the future and all that is unknown. This manifests itself in nausea. I have to ask myself what I do not digest or what I feel like throwing out, which I did not accept.

Frequently, it happens that any transport illness (boat, plane, car, train, etc.) is linked to my fear (conscious or unconscious) of death.


Vomiting is the rejection by the mouth of the content of the stomach, in general, violently and involuntarily.

If the vomiting is due to the person accusing another person of being ignoble or repugnant, it is necessary to go through a process of acceptance and forgiveness. Remember that it is not because we accept someone that we agree with or affirm that we agree with him. To accept means to note and observe, having compassion for the other.

Stages of Forgiveness

To conclude, I want to repeat that healing can only take place at the moment when one forgives oneself.

This stage has the power to transform not only our love for ourselves but also the heart and blood in our physical body.

New blood, re-energized by the influx of this newfound love, is like a balm that circulates throughout the body, transforming and reharmonizing the cells as it passes through. Even if you find it intellectually difficult to believe, what have you got to lose by trying?

These are the stages of true forgiveness, which have been experienced by thousands of people with extraordinary results:

Identify your emotions

Often there is more than one. Become aware of the accusation you make to yourself or another and how it makes you feel.

Take responsibility

To be responsible is to recognize that you always have the choice to react with love or fear. What are you afraid of? Realize also that you are afraid of being accused of being afraid.

Accept the other and let go

For you to be able to let go and accept the other person, put yourself in their shoes and feel their intentions. Accept the idea that the other person accuses herself and probably accuses you of the same thing you do. She has the same fear.

Forgive yourself

This is the most important stage of forgiveness. To do it, give yourself the right to have had and to still have fears, beliefs, weaknesses and limits, which make you suffer and act. Accept yourself as you are now, knowing that it is temporary.

Have the desire to express forgiveness

In preparation for stage six, imagine yourself with the right person in the act of asking forgiveness for having judged, criticized, or condemned them. You will be ready to do this when the idea of sharing your experience with the person elicits a feeling of joy and release.

Go to the person in question

Tell the person what you have experienced and ask for forgiveness for accusing or judging her and for resenting her. Mention that you have forgiven her only if she asks.

Connect with a cord or a decision in front of one of your parents

Recall a similar event that occurred in your past with a person who represents authority: father, mother, grandparents, teacher, etc. This will usually be of the same sex as the person with whom you have just performed the forgiveness.

Go through all the steps again with this person (the authority figure). When the emotion felt is towards yourself, perform the steps (Identify your emotions, take responsibility, forgive yourself and connect with a cord or a decision in front of one of your parents).

Via Sofia Yoldi
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