Numbness and Shooting Pain Down Legs | Intuitive Video #9

Is This Intuitive Message For You? Struggling with Numbness and Shooting Pain Down Legs | How to Process Traumatic Memories.

As a professional intuitive, I’m always tuned into the intuition channel, it’s on my stream! When someone asks me a question, that’s where I tune in to get the intuitive answer.

But I also receive anonymous intuitive messages, like this one! Is this Intuitive Message for you? Someone you know?

Today’s message is for someone who is having numbness and pain in their legs. It’s primarily the right leg.

However, I feel like it also affects the left leg. So sometimes both legs and this problem has been on and off. So it’s not all the time it comes up, it goes away, comes up and it goes away mysteriously. And so this is what this intuitive message is about.

We Are Protected By Our Own Minds


As we go through life and we experience something that’s painful, our mind will try to protect us. And because I see energy in the world, not just the physical aspect of it. I also see that in addition to our internal mechanism of protection, there is also mechanism outside of us that get triggered when we need to be protected. So to me, it looks like energy swarms towards somebody who needs protection from something painful. Now, it doesn’t mean the pain mysteriously goes away.

It just means that there is something going on trying to help us, which most of the time we don’t notice, which is okay. It’s not looking for recognition. But however, the body feels that the body feels that something has been triggered, that energy has rushed to your aid. And this is why you feel numb. The numbness is the body’s interpretation of what it’s perceiving from the environment.

So energy has come to you. Your mind has also been triggered to protect you. And so the thing that the mind is doing, though, is it’s suppressing the problem. It’s suppressing the painful event, the painful memory. And although it works and it does protect you, it doesn’t really help you resolve the issue.

And that’s why this keeps coming back.

Paying Attention To Physical Symptoms

So the first thing that is interesting here is the intuitive messages trying to deliver to you is that it’s important to pay attention when the symptom happened, what was happening around you, because right now what’s happening is the symptom happens. And whether it’s numbness or the pain which comes in the second phase, there’s a reflex to say, oh, damn it. This is there again. What is that? That’s so annoying.

And then there’s just a lot of resentment towards the symptom. The poor symptom is trying to indicate that something good is happening, that you’re being protected.

When We Don’t Feel Safe

So when the numbing occurs, it’s interesting to pay attention. What were you thinking about? Did you have an interaction with somebody or at work that may have triggered a sense of not feeling safe.

I feel that this is a very specific event that happened that really created this.

It looks like a Spider web has been woven. It’s like a cocoon. It’s like a cocoon. That’s what these things look like to me. So there’s a painful memory in the middle, and then a cocoon is woven around it by the mind, by the energy around us.

To protect us from this bad thing that’s inside a cocoon. The problem is that in time, the cocoon becomes a bigger problem than the problem that was inside. And it’s perfectly fine to be protected when the event happens. Sometimes we can’t deal with a painful memory right there as the event is unfolding. But eventually it’s good to go back in there and sort through the cocoons and pick one and open it when we’re in a place where we can deal with it, and we can let ourselves experience the memory, process the memory and let it go.

It’s good to do that because it releases us from having to carry the cocoon in the first place. And then it also prevents it from being triggered over and over again.

Your Alarm System is Fully Functional

So in this case, the symptom comes as an numbness, and then pain comes in, which is a very, very typical process for energy because it’s like an alarm system. It goes, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep. And that’s the numbness that you’re experiencing in the leg. If that’s not enough to make you pay attention and address the issue, then it goes, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep. And that’s the pain.

So I feel like it’s a shooting pain that goes from the mid, back down the leg, not always the full length, but it’s around. I guess the cylika nerve would be in that area when this one triggers. It means that the numbing didn’t work. It wasn’t enough, which makes sense because it’s a temporary measure. It’s a bandaid, and now more needs to be done to protect you.

And so the way that this works, it’s really smart. Nature is so smart, a painful symptom will often distract us. And so first the numbing agent is right. If that’s not enough, then something strong and distracting and loud will be turned on so that we can be absorbed and angry at the symptom. And then we forget.

Or we don’t notice the cocoon with the pain inside. And we can eventually, with enough time focusing on the symptom, this goes away. The trigger goes away. Whatever triggered it floats away, the cocoon remains. But at least now you can go back to your daily life.

Why Symptoms Keep Re-Appearing

And that is why this symptoms keep cycling. And that is a pattern I see so often when I have a given intuitive reading to someone, and it’s an on and off symptom. That’s usually this kind of dynamic. It’s triggered by something, and we don’t notice what it is at the time, so we can’t resolve it. And so it has to keep reappearing.

Okay, so that’s the configuration of the problem.

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How To Empower Yourself When Faced With A Difficult Memory

So the intuitive message is that you are not powerless in the face of a traumatic or difficult memory. You don’t have to relive it over and over again. That cocoon, you can in time approach it and observe it and start taking some threads away. The thing that we usually don’t want to do is go like this. We don’t want to rip it apart, let the memory spray everywhere.

And maybe there’s people around us that can get hurt while we’re dealing with this difficult trigger, if they’re in the way, you might shoot out anger at them in an effort to protect yourself. Right? You’re threatened, and it’s normal to defend yourself in that situation. And so this is the thing that can happen with a symptom like this, because while you’re in pain, this is being activated. Or if you’re trying to rip it open, it can lack harmony in the transition where you’re healing this.

Investigating Your Symptom

So a more smoother transition is that you first, when the symptom comes up, either the numbing or the pain, you pay attention and you ask yourself this question, what just happened that triggered this? You ask yourself that question and your mind would answer. Your mind knows it’s just doing this because it thinks this is what you need. So the strategy that your mind is using is a good strategy. It’s just not the strategy you want to use right now, because right now you want to pay attention to it because you’re interested in healing it.

So that’s the first thing, what just happened that caused this. And then you can take notes on your phone. So today the symptom was here, and I think it was this. And then if it happens again, out in the symptom, and then I think, yeah, it was that thing or no, that didn’t happen this time. So there’s something common between the times where these things, this symptom fires up.

So find the commonality, find what? And it could be just an area. You just know that today you talk to that person and this is triggered, and this is the commonality with all the times where this came up. So that’s the first thing is to find the commonality. And then the second thing is pretty simple.

Tell Your Mind You’re Willing To Heal

But we often skip over. This step is to tell your mind that you’re willing to heal this.

You’re willing to take the time to take a little bit of cocoon away every time that the symptom comes up, take a little bit away. And then when you feel that you’ve taken a little bit away, you stop. You don’t rip it open because the reason your mind’s protecting you is because there is a lot of pain here, and it’s going to be way easier if you let it go a little bit at a time, as opposed to opening up the whole thing at one time. That could be very painful for you, and your mind will prevent that.

So will the universe.

The universe is also trying to distract you from this pain, because that’s what it looks like. That’s the strategy you’re using. But you can change that. And the best way to do this. And this is what I would suggest is that you’ve realized the symptom happened.

You know, what the root cause is. And now you can take some notes about answering this question. What do I remember about this? About this person? About this restaurant?

I don’t know. It could be anything that’s triggering you. And I don’t see what it is, which is interesting, because it’s for you to find it’s important for you to figure out how this works, because it will apply to other symptoms. It will apply to other symptoms. And you can reuse the process for other symptoms in your life that are trying to say something.

When A Symptom Is More Than Just Physical

Now, sometimes a symptom is a symptom. If you have a cold, then you’re sick, and that’s okay. You need to be in bed and blow your nose. But sometimes a symptom means something, especially if they come back.

And so it’s a wonderful tool to have this, to be able to do this process of identifying what the root cause is, the root cause and then being able to process it. And then the funny thing is that’s enough.

If you answer the question, what do I remember about this? Your mind is going to go, oh, we’re changing strategy now. We want to know, and it’s just going to Peel away the cocoon a little bit, and then you stop. You take some notes.

Take some notes, and then it doesn’t take very long. Usually, I would say, if you do this for a week, if it’s happening, or if your symptoms are more spaced, then it might take a few months for the symptoms to happen. You go, what do I remember about this? And you write it down and what you’re doing when you’re writing it down is you’re processing it. Finally, in a place where you’re calm, where you’re not threatened, you’re at home, you’re safe.

Nothing’s happening. Having some tea, so you create that safe environment and you can process it a little bit at a time. That’s perfectly fine. The mind is equipped to do that. It knows how to do that.

Processing Difficult Memories

And when you’re done processing and you feel that you’ve written all that, you have to say about this, that you remember about this person or place or situation, it will naturally go away. The cocoon will be empty, and it will be kind of reabsorbed in your energy as neutral energy. It’s not going to be a negative cocoon of clumpiness anymore. It’ll just become neutral energy, and it’ll just be reused within you.

All right. Hope this was helpful.

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Elise Lebeau, M.Sc. The Left Brain Intuitive | Professional Intuitive
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