Are you currently experiencing pain in your bones? It’s a common problem.
But, what’s not common is the knowledge that bone pain, along with other body pain, is often a sign that something isn’t right – spiritually, emotionally, and in a plethora of other ways.
If you’ve ever wondered if your bones pain has spiritual meaning, I’m about to unlock all the answers.
What Do Bones Mean Spiritually?
Bones are spiritually related to the formation or structure of ourselves, both spiritually and physically.
Our skeletons hold us up and keep as standing.
Spiritually, bones are associated with beliefs, morals, identity, and worth.
When they are broken, fractured, aching, or suffering from disease, the arrows all point in the direction of trouble and strife in those particular areas.
What Are the 4 Types of Spiritual Pain?
Although the exact figure is hotly debated, there are thought to be four main types of spiritual pain. These are:
- Spiritual: linked to the soul or spirit;
- Mental: linked to the brain or mind;
- Physical: linked to the overall body and physical issues;
- Emotional: linked to the heart, emotions, or feelings.
They are all intricately linked.
If you have spiritual, mental, or emotional pain, it will often manifest as physical pain – such as bone pain, pain in the heart, or pain anywhere else on the body.
What Are the Symptoms of Spiritual Pain?
Spiritual pain, often called spiritual distress or chaos, can manifest itself in a whole bunch of different ways aside from physical bones pain.
It can also cause ever-changing moods or feelings, or even a loss of all emotion.
Other symptoms of spiritual pain or distress include:
- Struggling with long-held beliefs, morals, or values;
- Insomnia, sleeping too much, or chronic sleep disruption;
- Rising stress, anxiety, and depression;
- No will to live;
- A sense of abandonment;
- Overwhelming feelings of hopelessness.
Many people describe the emotional symptoms as “a desolate feeling of chaos,” and talk of wanting to completely remove themselves from their regular world.
This alienation makes depression and the sense of hopelessness worse.
What Emotion is Stored in the Bones?
Different parts of the body are associated with different emotions and feelings, and the bones are no exception.
Bones can be weak, indicating a weak sense of self, belief and values struggles, and a feeling of not being good enough. Here are some examples:
- The pubic bone is symbolic of issues regarding the sexual aspect of life;
- The shins are associated with issues with confidence are found in the legs;
- The ribs contain the grief that you feel;
- The jaw and lower half of the face are symbolic of straight stubbornness.
Overall bone pain would suggest an overall issue with something at the very core of you – such as political view, religious beliefs, or personal opinion.
Bones Pain Spiritual Meaning: 7 Meanings
The location of pain in the bones is often important if you want to interpret the spiritual issue.
No matter the location, though, they all seem to follow the same kind of theme.
Let’s take a look.
1) No Emotional Support
Pain in your bones could suggest that you don’t feel supported by people, organizations, or other places.
Your skeleton feeling weak or painful and not being able to support you is indicative of the lack of emotional or mental support you have in your physical life.
Everyone needs support. This life is too difficult to travel alone.
2) No Ability to Support Others
Alongside feeling unsupported, bone pain might indicate that you don’t feel capable of supporting or assisting other people, even when they have specifically requested your help.
There’s nothing wrong with not being able to deal with other peoples’ drama and difficulties on top of your own, so don’t feel bad about taking the time to recharge your batteries rather than drain them down by running yet another errand.
3) Struggling with Beliefs, Morals, or Vore Values
A weak or painful skeleton, regardless of where the pain is located, is a sign that you’re struggling with something right at the heart or core of you.
The skeleton of your belief system/morals/core values is crumbling in front of you, and all of a sudden, your support for the cause is shaky.
You are human, and you are allowed to change your mind. Wavering support for something isn’t a bad thing; it’s a sign of wisdom and evolution.
If something changes your mind, regardless of what it is, it does so for a reason.
I suggest praying, meditating, and/or manifesting to try and calm your quaking thoughts and beliefs.
4) Rebirth on the Cards
One long-held belief is that bones can reanimate after death, so they’re often intrinsically linked with the idea of death, birth, rebirth, transformation, and change.
It’s no wonder, then, that it comes with a message of change and rebirth – the idea of your bones coming back to life, long after you’re dead.
Essentially, there’s life in the ol’ girl/guy yet.
5) Dependance on Others
You might not depend on others to take care of you, but do you depend on others to need you? Do you feel worthless unless you’re doing something for other people?
Pain in the bones can be a spiritual sign that you have essentially run yourself dry. You don’t care enough to take care of yourself, but you’ll quickly pull it together for other people.
This is a terrible cycle to be stuck in, and it’s one that you need to try and break out of, as quickly as possible.
Long-term degradation has left you with nothing in the tank.
You can’t do anything for other people until you take the time to perform self-care and self-healing practices.
6) You’ve Been Overprotected
Protection is never a bad thing, but there is such a thing as too much protection.
In the words of Britney Spears: “And I don’t want to be so damn protected.”
When you have been protected from bad things, you’ll never build up resilience, strength, or the wisdom to face the same or similar struggles in the future.
Perhaps you’ve lent on someone a little too hard for a little too long, or you’re totally dependent on someone else, emotionally.
If this is the cause of your bone pain, it’s time to start taking big steps of your own in the world.
7) No Self Worth or Value
If you don’t feel that you’re worthy of love, help, support, or anything else in life, how do you expect other people to feel that way?
No self-worth or value is another common issue in today’s society, but it’s not something you should entertain for too long.
You are worthy of everything you want in life. Just because you don’t feel it right now, at this moment, doesn’t make it any less true.
You are just as worthy as anyone else – and your value is the same as everyone else’s, too.
As a whole, bone pain is a very generic ‘pain’ to associate with a spiritual meaning or message.
As previously mentioned, the specific location will play a big factor in the interpretation, and your own personal beliefs, feelings, and life situations will also be important.
If you’re still unclear as to what your bones pain spiritual meanings might be, I highly recommend meditating and manifesting, asking those above and beyond for divine guidance and answers to your questions.
If you don’t ask, you don’t get it!
My name is Jorge Silva and I am passionate about healing through spiritual methods. I hope to reveal everything you need to deal with your illnesses through alternative spiritual healing.