Today I will talk about the spiritual meaning of abdominal pain and some causes of this terrible pain.
For some of us, abdominal pain is a regular, everyday occurrence… and a painful one at that.
But have you ever considered that there might be a spiritual meaning behind that abdominal pain of yours?
Solving that spiritual problem might resolve your pain and discomfort.
Let’s dive in and repair your soul or spirit, shall we?
Spiritual Meaning of Abdominal Pain: Overview
The discomfort of abdominal pain spiritually links to some sort of genuine emotional pain and discomfort in your life.
There’s something going on, that’s causing you to feel unhappy, angry, or another negative emotion about it.
That’s very vague and generalized, I know – but you’ll need to look further within yourself and your situation to pinpoint the exact root cause.
What Does it Mean When You Have Pain in Your Stomach Spiritually?
Stomach pain can symbolize many things depending on where you sit, spiritually.
Stomach pain in religious terms (such as Christianity) and stomach pain in metaphysical terms can be the same… but they can also be two different things.
It’s important to take your own thoughts, feelings, and emotions into consideration when deciphering your personal interpretation.
The things that are going on in your life right now, in the close past, and also in the near future are also important.
Messages from the angels or Universe are often related to exactly those things.
What Chakra is Abdominal Pain?
You’ll find the Solar Plexus chakra in the upper abdominal region, so any issues with that part of the body could easily be connected to a blocked or misaligned chakra.
This is the third chakra, also known as Manipura, and when unblocked and perfectly aligned can do the following:
- Boost self-belief, confidence, and self esteem;
- Help you to take control of your life;
- Peace, balance, and harmony;
- Acceptance of self;
- Respect for the feelings and thoughts of others;
- Inner happiness.
What is the Spiritual Meaning of the Gut?
Have you ever heard of the phrase, ‘gut instinct‘? The gut – your stomach specifically – is where you get those weird feelings that tell you not to do something.
Your gut instinct, also known as female intuition (in terms of females), spiritual intuition, and a few other names depending on where you are in the world, is a powerful biological instinct that warns you when you’re about to face trouble.
Spiritual Meaning of Abdominal Pain: 7 Spiritual Messages You’re Ignoring
It’s time for us to break down the individual spiritual meanings of abdominal pain, including how they might apply to you.
I urge you to clear your mind (meditation helps with that) and leave it free and open to accept those spiritual messages. Are you ready? Let’s do it.
1) Failing to Process the Energies Around you
When your stomach and digestive system fails to properly digest the food you eat, you’re going to get stomach issues, such as pain, toilet troubles, and more.
The exact same thing can happen when you fail to properly process the energies in the world around you – such as friends, romantic partners, work colleagues and bosses, the workplace, your home, and more.
The energy or energies are alien to you. It doesn’t feel natural, and that’s why your body can’t process it/them.
You need to either better acclimatize to those energies, or cut them out of your life. Only you will know the right path for you, and I can highly recommend meditation and seeking answers for the Universe or your angels.
2) Something Bad is Coming
When I feel anxious, my stomach starts gurgling, and other issues arise. (You know the ones: weird smells, dodgy sounds, bathroom trips every five minutes, etc.)
The same thing happens when I feel fearful, are faced with confrontation, or can sense something bad is about to happen.
You might be experiencing the exact same thing.
Is it possible that your stomach is warning you of incoming stress, hassle, disruption, or distress? Maybe something unpleasant is on the horizon?
It sounds bad, but wouldn’t you rather have a warning so that you can be prepared?
3) Refusal to Accept
There’s something going in your life that you’re refusing to accept, and it’s now getting to the point where it’s causing you real, physiological digestive issues.
Here are a few examples of what you might refusing to accept:
- A parent’s new partner;
- Pending redundancy;
- Financial affairs (such as debts);
- The end of a relationship;
- A big life change;
- Health changes or ailments.
You have two options here. You can either:
- Keep refusing to accept something you have no control over, and miss out on things because of it, or;
- Make peace with the fact that you can’t change the situation, so make the best of it instead.
I suggest working out what’s really worth it for you. Is your refusal to accept going to screw up your life even further?
4) Ignorance and Avoidance
We all avoid responsibilities from time to time, but most of us eventually get around to the things we need to do, in order to be responsible.
If you’re experiencing stomach pain along with other stomach or digestive-based systems, it might be a pang of discomfort to remind you of the thing you’re pushing to the back of your mind.
You can’t ignore your responsibilities forever.
Debts catch up with you, as do long-lost children, infidelities, negative behavior towards others, and those odd jobs around the house.
5) Self-Mocking and Humiliation
Digestive issues, including gas, bloating, and toilet troubles, can point to self-humiliation, or even the humiliation of others.
The poo subject is a taboo subject, but with half the population suffering from stomach pain and problems in one form or another, at least once in their life, it’s definitely something we should talk about a bit more.
Perhaps not right now, though.
Gas, poop, and other toilet subjects are embarrassing.
The embarrassment of that situation in life could reflect the embarrassment you cause yourself (or others).
Perhaps the humiliation and mockery you dished out in the past is coming back to make itself known in your future.
6) Love Life Dramas
Stomach pain accompanied by bloating and excess gas is often a sign that you’re about to face some drama in the love department of your life.
If you’re in a long-term, happy relationship, you’re about to face one of those patches that most couples describe as “bumpy”.
If you’re single, on the other hand, you might find that your next few dates or potential new love interests aren’t quite as they seem.
I recommend to have a bit of a guard up, ask more questions, and walk away if you get even the slightest hint of a red flag.
7) Rejection of People, Places, or Situations
If your abdominal pain leads to nausea and/or vomiting, it could be the case that your body is literally rejecting something that’s around you – and it points in the direction of a specific person, place, or situation.
Is there someone or something new in your life? Maybe you’re not well suited to it, or they are not well suited to you.
So, I’ve shared the hidden meanings and given you a few examples.
Which one of these scenarios seems to fit best for you? Are you running from responsibility, living loco in your life, or refusing to accept the inevitable? If the Universe or your angels are telling you to change, don’t you think it’s about time you did?
Before you leave, seek medical help if pain persists for no apparent reason.
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.