SECOND CENTER PAIN
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© April 2017, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Definition. This is tenderness or pain in the region of the second physical energy center. Its location is along the center line of the body, about three or four finger-widths below the navel, or roughly in the area of the bladder.
THE CAUSE OF SECOND CENTER PAIN
The second physical energy center has to do with intimate relationships, sexual energy, gender identity and feelings related to these issues. In some people, there are imbalances in these areas. These are the people who may experience this symptom.
Examples. A man who has a strong dislike of women might experience this tenderness or pain. A woman who experienced molestation or rape will occasionally experience this type of tenderness or pain. Even a child can experience this symptom for various reasons having to do with his or her parents, or even an experience from a previous lifetime.
A BENIGN CONDITION THAT USUALLY GOES AWAY WITH A NUTRITIONAL BALANCING PROGRAM
Second center pain is benign and not a disease or a cause for concern. In many cases, the pain is simply due to healing at a deep level in this part of the body.
It is often mistaken for a bladder problem, when in fact it has little to do with the bladder.
Occasionally, a person following a nutritional balancing program will experience this type of pain. This is definitely a healing reaction or retracing that will end, although it may take several years to slowly fade away.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT SECOND CENTER PAIN
If one follows a nutritional balancing program, no other therapy is needed and it usually disappears on its own after a time. An extra procedure that may be helpful is to lie down comfortably on your back and breathe deeply into the second energy center.
It may help to place your hands over the second center and make sure that when you breathe in, your hands move upward away from the bed. This means that this area of your abdomen expands. As you breathe out, your hands should move back downward toward the bed. Do this slowly for at least 15 minutes at a time.
Another technique is to push or draw energy downward from your head to your feet while lying down, sitting or walking slowly. Be sure to move the energy forcefully through the second energy center area of your abdomen. Do this every day for at least one hour and preferably more. These techniques can speed up the healing of this important energy center.
RELATIONSHIPS AND SECOND CENTER PAIN
Healthy male-female intimate relationships are also helpful for the second energy center. So to help heal the area, let go of all unhealthy relationships and all negative attitudes about intimate relationships that you may have.
Rarely, second center pain occurs when you enter an intimate relationship. This could indicate some healing taking place, or it could be a sign that something is not right. More information is required, at times, to distinguish between these two possibilities.