Seeking within for toothache meaning

Asking your intuition about your toothache meaning can put you in touch with the subconscious feelings and thoughts that influence your oral health.

The metaphysics of the mouth can also include meridians, chakras, dreams, ancestral influences, family and cultural stories, popular culture, emotions and mindset.

One way to tune in to find your signal amongst the noise is through stilling the mind with relaxed curiosity.

My intuition

Intuition plays a significant role in my holistic teeth healing coaching practice.

Since my own experience of dramatically healing my own teeth five years ago I have read widely about alternative approaches to dental health.  I’ve experimented on myself, then friends and family, and eventually I started sharing my knowledge with clients. 

When working with clients I not only draw on my years of research and experience, I will also allow my intuition guide my recommendations. 

In practice this means a few minutes quiet meditation before the session starts. I try to set aside my ego and open myself so that I can respond to your toothache meaning.

I listen not only to what you say but also what you don’t say. I respond not only what I know, but with what you don’t yet know that you know.

Your intuition

More importantly, I encourage my clients to learn to tune into your own intuition around what your teeth and gums need.  

If you already have ways of listening in to your intuition we will work with those.  

If not, I often encourage meditation and/or journalling as a starting point.

Try listening to your body- the twinges, the nausea, the aches and the pleasures. 

You might be surprised at the ideas that come to you when you allow yourself space to tune in to your intuition for your mouth, or you might think ‘of course!’

Metaphyscial influences

I believe that our feelings and thoughts are among the metaphysical influences on the health of our teeth and gums as adults.  Many of us have been disempowered, (or worse traumatised), by past dental experiences. We carry feelings of helplessness, pain, grief, shame and fear that affect our body’s ability to heal itself naturally. We often have difficulty identifying, let alone communicating to dentists, what our boundaries and personal priorities are for our own bodies.

Intuition and your dentist

Trusting your intuition may mean

  • requesting tests,
  • getting a second opinion from another dentist, or
  • consulting an complementary therapist
  • exploring new ways of eating, or cleaning your teeth, or holding your jaw.

What does your intuition tell you now?

Find out more about how you can work with my intuitive guidance to heal your own teeth and gums.