Have you ever considered that your digestive issues could be linked to an unhealed trauma or lack of trust? Dr. Marisol Teijeiro, aka The Queen of the Thrones, is the world leader in passion and gut health and has discovered the hierarchy on how to get healthy. Today Dr. Marisol is here to explain how your past betrayals could be showing up as a gut issue and what you can do to literally let go of your shit.
The thing is, our digestion isn’t just about how we digest our foods. Your digestive system is a representation of how you are digesting your life and can be a clear indicator that you are holding onto something that you need to address.
If you are struggling with any kind of digestive issue, want to understand the emotional component of digestive disorders or want to explore the ultra-sensitive gut-brain connection, you are going to love this episode. With Dr. Marisol’s expertise, you can understand how your stools can show how stressed you are, learn how your body works when responding to trauma and use your betrayal as a way to heal your body and help you find your purpose in this world.
Are you ready to start listening to your gut and transition from shit-show to owning your throne? Share your digestive journey with us in the comment below.
In This Episode
- Learn how your digestive issues can be linked to an unhealed betrayal
- Explore which digestive disorders can be linked to different types of trauma
- Why you need to become aware of what your stool is telling you
- Specific things that you can do to take back control of your throne
- Understanding the role of gratitude and meditation in digestive healing
“Any kind of stressor, emotional or physical, will completely run down the digestive system.” (4:06)
“Our digestion isn’t just about digesting food… it’s a manifestation of how we are digesting our lives.” (5:38)
“If you don’t feel good from a mental, emotional, spiritual level, the place that it is going to manifest for your wakeup call is going to be in your body, bottom line.” (15:49)
“We are each given a gift, and our journeys are part of that gift. And we really need to embrace it and be in the present and realize that what has happened to us, those traumas, are really gifts for us to evolve and it is our mission in this world and it will show us our purpose.” (18:37)