How does our body develop these energy blockages?

Energy blockages can come from a variety of sources, both from our own internal environment and also from external environmental factors known as Endocrine Disruptors. Factors that influence our body's internal environment include stress, anxiety, poor diet, lack of exercise, poor sleep habits, and so on. However, Endocrine Disruptors can cause equally as much damage to our system. The list of identified Endocrine Disruptors includes:

Estradiol found in Hormone Replacement Therapy and Birth Control Pills

Growth fattening hormones in the animal products we eat

Pesticides (Like DDT. A recent study of 1000 people showed measurable levels in 100% of those tested)

Insecticides

Fungicides

Herbicides

Heavy metals (aluminum, cadmium, lead, mercury, etc.)

Plastics

Industrial detergents/cleansers

Perfumes

DES (Diethylstilbesturol, given to pregnant women in the 50's and 60's to prevent miscarriages
--known to cause cancer in their offspring

The list goes on and on. All of these have been identified as sources of energy blockages in the body.