8. Pain In Your Hips.
Hip pain means you’re too scared of moving and unable to decide which path is good for your life. Sore hips could indicate that you’re resistant to moving on and changing. You might be too cautious when making decisions. Listen to your intuition and you will know the right way to go.
9. Pain In The Knees.
Knee pain can be a sign that your ego is a little too big and that you’re thinking of yourself a little pricey. Humble yourself. Spend some time volunteering. Remember, you’re mortal. So, stop being stubborn about the wrong things in life.
10. Pain In Calf Muscle.
Resentment is the root cause of calf muscle pain. Do you spend too much time thinking about loss, betrayal, and other wrongdoings of people? Then you will have a tough time attracting abundance. Start making a gratitude list and you will know how blessed you actually are.
11. Pain In Feet.
When you are depressed or feeling negative about your life, it is manifested as sore feet. Try to spend more time with positive people and indulge in activities that make you happy. Make an appointment with a mental health professional for support and guidance.
12. Pain In Ankle.
Are you too hard on yourself? Do you beat up yourself for even tiniest mistake that you make? Then it’s time to indulge in self-love and do things that you enjoy it. Never compromise on your favourite hobbies, healthy lifestyle and any self-care activities. Soon, you will find that your ankle pain is vanished.
So, these are different body pain linked to emotions and mental state. I hope, now you understood why your lower back pain isn’t going away.
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