Emotional Root Cause of Candida: Victimhood

Root Emotional Cause Candida: victimhoodArticle originally posted on BeWellBuzz

If you have suffered from a systemic yeast overgrowth, know that while diet and supplements can help treat symptoms, they do not heal you. Emotional healing is necessary and will help the physical treatments be more effective and lasting.

Emotionally, candida is associated with feeling victimized and includes: helplessness, hopelessness, fear of responsibility, too much responsibility, overwhelming burden, suppressed rage, lack of confidence and betrayal. Often there are underlying and unconscious beliefs, such as: I am not good enough; no matter how hard I try I can’t get what I want; I’ve tried everything and nothing works; I can’t heal completely; I am not lovable, etc.; “Poor me”. This is the victim energy of candida talking.

As Louise Hay says, people with candida feel very scattered and have repressed anger that is expressed with frustration. They are demanding and untrusting in relationships and are not able to own their own power.

Candida is an emotional condition causing people to act out and create their own frustration. To heal this you need to grow stronger with your personal power. The emotional empowerment begins with your commitment to the diet and not giving your power away to the candida craving sugar.

If you remain powerless, you will look only to the doctor, naturopath, supplements, detox center, water fast and restricted diet to heal you. While these all can be helpful on a physical level, until you get to the mental and emotional root causes, you will not heal completely.

The first step towards true healing is knowing you’re not a victim. The emotional root cause of candida is — victimhood. Candida has protected you from repressed emotions such as guilt, shame and anger. Now it is time to work through them!

Healing candida is a journey of self-awareness and empowerment, setting boundaries, feeling and releasing repressed negative emotions and doing what you love without holding back or selling yourself short. Empowerment also is about learning to trust yourself and trust you will find the next truly effective step in your process. A great first step to empowerment is to stop complaining and blaming.

Through my own 100 percent dedicated and intensive 12-year journey working with many types of healers, I’ve learned the core thought and emotional patterns that are as much a part of candida as the yeast itself.

Candida is a gift. The root of candida isn’t what you are eating; candida is there because of what you aren’t feeling. It is there to show you what you need to take care of your emotional needs. It will stick around if you look outside of yourself for the answer and comfort.

Elicia Miller

“Validate and value your feelings; embrace who you are.”

Core Emotional Healing & Candida Expert, Motivational Speaker, Author, Certified Holistic Health Coach, Inner Child and Journaling Facilitator
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Elicia Miller serves those who are seeking to live a more empowered, nurturing and fulfilling life.

Elicia’s personal journey and service to many, combined with her compassion and deep unconditional love, has given her the gifts to help women experience acceptance, release and freedom.

In our culture and our families, we did not receive the support to process many of our emotions, and so we remain unaware of them by distracting and numbing ourselves and through controlling and addictive behaviors.

Elicia has realized that unprocessed emotions cause chronic emotional and physical symptoms, as well as relationship problems. Elicia helps women to see their symptoms and triggers as a gift and to value their emotions as a necessary part of their authentic selves.

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She offers a 60-day group online core emotional healing program and retreat in Costa Rica.

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Leave a Reply 8 comments

Kate Presneill - March 17, 2016 Reply

I have MS and am about to start the Ann Boroch diet. The hardest part is not the change in diet but being asked to like myself. This is difficult for me because I don’t think great things about me.My husband and children love me and I them but I am uncomfortable with affection.

    Elicia - April 19, 2016 Reply

    Hi Kate, I totally understand, everyone I work with has lack of self-love that affects everything, including your ability to heal yourself. My programs are designed to help you heal the root cause and learn how to give your wounded inner child the love and acceptance she has always needed, so that you feel loved from within. Would you like to set up a time to talk? Please fill out this form https://eliciamiller.com/free-assessment/ for a free 30 minute assessment. Sending you love xo

ana - May 10, 2017 Reply

This is an EXCELLENT article 🙂 Thank you for your profound insight! Healing candida can be a daunting task given the amount of diets, supplements and herbs that are recommended… and it can be especially daunting for someone who is a habitual victim! Thank you for simplifying the work for me, it is truly a gift to be given the awareness that through personal empowerment, candida will find it’s way into balance. I have struggled with candida for over 20 years and can attest that in times that I was feeling at ease with my lifestyle, candida was not an issue.

    Elicia - May 10, 2017 Reply

    Hi Ana! Thank you for sharing and connecting with the message. Personal empowerment is a natural result of the emotional work, when you bring love and compassion into your past experiences and process out your anger, sadness and even rage, it shifts the belief of “not feeling good enough” or “I’m not lovable” or even the shame of feeling “something is wrong with me”. Once you feel empowered in your emotions and energy than candida comes back into balance. Love & Hugs, Elicia

Julie - July 4, 2017 Reply

Hi- interesting article and this makes sense. i am a week into my candida diet now. My issue is that I am losing weight and can’t afford to. It is making me not want to stay on the diet even though I need to. I am naturally very thin
But really hate when I lose too much weight. It causes me more anxiety and worry. Do you have any tips for keeping weight on. My main symptom associated with the inability to keep weight on is poor appetite. Thanks!

    Elicia - July 5, 2017 Reply

    Hi Julie, what helps the most is to feel nourished, and not deprived, by your food. Make sure to eat healthy fat and frequent meals.

Jodie - July 5, 2017 Reply

I have a 4 yr old with constant thrush how do I help her realise her worth and put an end to her suffering

    Elicia - July 5, 2017 Reply

    Hi Jodie, a holistic doctor who works with kids would be a good fit for you.

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