You’ve been lying in bed for hours. You toss, you turn. You get out of bed, have a glass of milk and try again. You’re exhausted but you just can’t seem to fall asleep.
We’ve all been there at some point in our lives. Often, it’s because we can’t stop thinking about an important event taking place the next day. Other times, it’s because our nights and days are reversed, whether it’s due to jet lag or shift work.
In a day and age when many of us are seeking to reduce toxins and pollution in our environment and our body, the mind is often overlooked.
The use of organ language is one way we pollute our minds.
What is organ language?
It’s when someone describes a thought or an emotion by referring to a specific body part or activity. Typically the overall message is negative but these phrases have become so second nature to many of us that we often say them without realizing the message behind them.