Archive for Case Studies of Healing

In my last blog post, I wrote about how we lost Joey, our cat of 16 years. And how I had my eye on a new cat, Buddy. The writeup said he was ready to save a new human with his unconditional love.”

I did end up learning lessons from Buddy the cat. Not about love, but about the Heart, grief, and the power of the Halo.

It all started when the foster mom for Buddy called on Monday to offer to bring the cat to my house. I thought, “Why not?” But I didn’t really pray about it or check in with my Heart.

Well, the foster mom for Buddy called on Monday to offer to bring the cat to my house. I thought, “Why not?” But I didn’t really pray about it or check in with my Heart.

On Tuesday foster mom Rita brought Buddy by. He was very shy, but we finally coaxed him out of his hiding place. He rubbed up against our legs and allowed us to pet him.

Nice cat, I was thinking. Then, my husband touched him in the wrong way, apparently, because Buddy bit Gene. Hard. On the finger. It bled for quite a while.

Gene washed his finger well, put some First Aid ointment on, and didn’t think much more about it. It didn’t really hurt, he said.

Hours later, I told my friend about the incident. She said, “Cat bites are very dangerous. Gene needs medical attention.” She sent some Internet links that confirmed her point. Apparently a cat bite injects a lot of bacteria into the bloodstream that’s pretty pathogenic. (Who knew?)

We took off the bandage and looked at the wound. Indeed, it had begun to get red and swollen. I suggested using the Halo light on the wound. Then we called the doctor.

Since it was after hours, a triage nurse got back to us. “We need to treat cat bites within 4 hours, or serious infection can set in. And it can happen very quickly. See if you can get to Urgent Care. They close in 10 minutes.”

We literally stopped eating and jumped into the car. Didn’t make it to Urgent Care in time. Called the triage nurse back on the way home to report the situation. “How does the wound look?” she asked.

We pulled the car over and looked at Gene’s wound. To our amazement, it was no longer red or swollen! Had to have been the Halo. The nurse said she’d have a prescription for an antibiotic called in to the pharmacy, and made an appointment for Gene to see the doctor next day. He also had to get a tetanus shot.

(Side note: We were astonished to discover that tetanus and other shots such as pneumonia are not administered in either the doctor’s office or a hospital lab—only at a pharmacy now.  At least that’s true in our area. Who knew?)

Gene continued to use the Halo (both shining the light on the wound and also drinking the treated water, which we always do anyway), and is taking the antibiotics. The wound is fine, as you can see from the picture.

As far as Buddy goes, he tried to bite me twice as well. I don’t think he is a bad cat, just traumatized or perhaps sore from getting his chip, or hurting from some unknown condition. (I did two Healing Codes for him while he was here.) He could have worked out, I think.

However, I realized that I hadn’t given myself enough time to grieve over Joey. Buddy wasn’t Joey; I still wanted Joey. I wasn’t ready for another cat, and Buddy went back to Rita. I think my Heart will tell me when I am ready.

So another lesson learned: Grieving can’t be hurried. Not even with The Healing Codes. And just because I’ve always had at least one cat, doesn’t mean this is right for me now. I must stay current with my Heart and life circumstances. Right now I don’t need any complications. This new cat disrupted two days of our lives (not to mention the unexpected medical bills). I get the message.

Another thought came to mind, a reminder from an earlier lesson I wrote about. Just because things aren’t the same, doesn’t mean they still can’t be good.” Not having a cat feels strange and uncomfortable, but that doesn’t mean this catless time can’t be good in its own way. I am quite sure that when I’m ready for another cat, one will somehow come into my life.

And this time I’ll tune in to my Heart and know it’s right.

If you would like personalized help to tune in to your Heart more, letting it guide your healing and your life, check out HealingCodesCoaching.com.

 

Reframing Trauma

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I was talking with a client the other day and we were marveling at how far she has come in her healing work.

This client, whom I’ll call Debbie, has overcome severe childhood abuse, both physical and emotional, dealt to her practically since birth. What is so amazing is how well she can hear from God now, given that she actually had brain injury. And that hearing from God, plus her commitment to faithfully do The Healing Codes, is leading to much healing.

It occurred to me that it’s quite possible that her extraordinary spiritual attunement might have come, not despite the abuse, but because of the abuse. That God used the very changes in her brain caused by the abuse for his own good purposes. Sort of like how an ugly caterpillar gets transformed into a beautiful butterfly–after falling completely apart in the chrysalis first.

I can’t prove that’s true, but it’s in line with what I’ve experienced in my life and seen in the lives of others: God can take something harmful, and turn it around to accomplish something good. As I wrote about recently, God’s way is to find any small positive thing, and increase it until it overcomes the negative.

It’s also in line with many stories in Scripture. My favorite one is the story of Joseph from Genesis 37-48. At age 17, Joseph (whose name, by the way, means “increase”) was the youngest of 11 brothers–and also his father’s favorite. Out of jealousy, his brothers sold him into slavery and told their father that he was killed by wild animals.

Joseph went through all kinds of trials in Egypt, through no fault of his own. In fact, several times, things got worse for him because he did the right thing. But ultimately his fortune turned around and he ended up being second in command to Pharaoh in Egypt. When a famine drove the brothers to go to Egypt to buy grain, they met Joseph but did not recognize him. You can sense that Joseph wrestled with making his brothers pay for what they did to him, but in the end, he forgave him and reconciled with them.

Joseph’s turnaround came when he saw God’s big picture: that it was because they had sold him into slavery that the family survived the famine. “You intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many lives,” he told them.

In my own life, I have pondered how God has used some of my traumas to bring me to the point I am now. Read More→

I just lost my dear friend and spiritual brother, Dr. Ron Arko, as he went back to heaven.

I’ve known Ron and Dori Arko for almost 7 years. My husband and I spent a delightful day with them in 2014 in their home in Newport Beach, California. We’ve talked nearly every two weeks for those past 7 years–heart to heart talks.

Dr. Ron and I shared a love for people. a passion for seeing them healed, a delight in God and his ways, a fascination with quantum physics and true science, and so much more. We agreed we were more than friends; we were truly spiritual brother and sister, our hearts knit together by God himself.

Ron was a very wise and gifted therapist, and a great encourager. He always knew how to build up a person. He made you feel like you were his favorite. He cherished his wife, Dori, in such a tender way, it made you want to weep and do whatever it takes to have that, too. He counseled a lot of couples and people in ministry, too.

I confessed to Ron a few weeks ago, as he was wasting away with cancer, that I was not afraid to die. I was afraid of the process of dying.

Yet, seeing how Ron handled his impending departure from this world, with an unwavering faith in God’s goodness, with love and peace and even joy, and absolutely no bitterness, patiently enduring the pain–it changed me.

When he got his diagnosis of terminal cancer, one of the first things Ron did was write his biography. He asked me to edit it. It was a wonderful exercise for him to review his life and tell what he thought was important. Knowing the subtext was especially poignant for me. It made me think about what I would say about my own life.

Something else changed me: what he shared about what happened when he died for 10 minutes at age 15 and went to heaven.

He told me about this heavenly vision just a few weeks ago, as he was getting weaker and weaker from the cancer. He had never told anyone but Dori until recently. Now he has shared it publicly.

You can watch him talk about his trip to heaven and get a sense of his beautiful life, at http://newheart.org.

“Once you have experienced the glory of God,” he said, “you never see life the same again. You don’t have any fear, and you don’t hang onto things of this world.”

I had always wondered how Ron handled the many traumas of his life so well. How he could be so loving, kind and generous, and have such a loving relationship with his wife, when nothing in his background equipped him for that.

Now I knew.

Ron helped me overcome my fear of dying. He died of a particularly gruesome form of cancer. In his last days of life, Ron told me that because he had already had God’s glory and love shoot through him when he was in heaven the first time, he believed it changed him on a cellular level and that’s why he always had such a high tolerance for pain. He told me God would prepare me for whatever I would face, just as he had prepared Ron. I could trust in God’s goodness for the means of my death. And now i finally believe it.

“God is good, all the time,” Ron always said. He never wavered in that.

I believe it now, Ron. I believe it. . . . Thank you. Thank you for showing me how to live life as though everything is a miracle. I know this is, as you said, only a temporary separation. I look forward to our reunion, and I can feel you cheering me on from heaven, just as you did from earth.

 

 

Big Aha–How Some Issues Hide

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In my group coaching program, I had a client who was working with a very stubborn money issue.  Her story gave both of us a big aha about how some issues can hide, and she gave me permission to share her story.

Laura had been “seriously in the muck and mire for years about finances,” as she put it.  We had been clearing all kinds of things, especially generational memories from her mother’s side.

Still, the money issues persisted. One day she realized that she got anxious not when money was going out, but when money was coming in. This made no sense to her!

A book on Laura’s bookshelf caught her eye: The Intersection of Joy and Money. In working through the workbook questions, she came up with an insight that floored her. “My answers to the questions revealed that my father made it very clear to me from a very young age that my job was to work hard in school, get a good education both at school and in music. He also made it very clear to me that he would provide for me and that I would have the money I needed when I asked for it. So at a young age I developed my beliefs about money and they looked like this: Laura, it is not your job to provide. It is your dad’s job to provide. Someone else will give you money when you need it or ask for it.”

Here’s the kicker:  This belief was rooted in an incredibly loving and generous and protective place. Laura knew that her father, who was himself dyslexic and graduated high school barely literate,  was  so proud of this smart little girl in his life that he wanted to support her in having every opportunity available.

“The feeling of love and adoration that I remember is absolutely beautiful,” Laura says.

The problem came later, in her adult years. This belief, nurtured in the soil of love, bloomed into a subconscious blueprint about whose job it is to provide for her, and crippled her ability to earn money as an adult. And the feeling she had now, connected with the memory, was panic. Panic when money came in.

A new picture also popped up on her heart screen: “I am in a labyrinth heading to the middle where my ability to provide for my family is located and I keep sabotaging my ability to get to the middle,” she says. “I keep getting distracted and caught up and dragged off course because of the subconscious belief that it isn’t my job to provide. If I just sit down long enough someone else will bring me the money I need.”

This belief remained hidden so long because it wasn’t grounded in trauma or pain, but in love. It’s easy to assume that negative beliefs are always connected to some negative memory, but as we can see from Laura’s story, that’s not always the case.

In fact, I’m wondering if some of the most stubborn issues of our lives, the ones that we can’t seem to get any healing traction on, may be rooted in positive rather than negative memories. A belief anchored to a positive memory might be the most difficult to identify and heal.

If you have had a stubborn issue that has been difficult to heal, do a little digging, as Laura did. Once she realized that the actual problem was when money came in, and prayed about what that might be attached to, she got her big aha and the wrong belief that needed to be healed.

In her case, there was no negative memory to be healed. There was only the positive memory of her father’s love and provision. Yet the belief that worked when she was a child morphed into panic and a negative image on her heart screen as she grew up. Remember, with The Healing Codes or healing prayer, what we look for are negative images, wrong beliefs, and negative emotions.

What stubborn issue have you been unable to heal so far? What beliefs were true when you were a child, but morphed into something negative that doesn’t serve you at all as an adult?

Heal the underlying negative beliefs, pictures, emotions, but don’t always assume there’s a negative memory attached. It just might be that a positive memory is what anchored a belief that no longer serves you.

If you need help in finding the core negative images, beliefs, or memories, consider getting some coaching and custom codes.

 

In my coaching, as I listen to clients tell me what’s bothering them most (the starting point for finding heart issues), I want to find the deepest issue their heart is ready to heal at this point in their healing journey.

I’m listening for what I think of as “the keywords to the heart.” These are words that have the most energy, that seem to encapsulate the essence of the heart issue.

When you put these “keywords” into your prayer of intention, your heart, like a search engine, will come up with the memories that need to be healed.

Your “keywords to your heart” could be one or more feelings. Or a phrase (see below for an example).

It could include one or more beliefs. Or a relationship. Or a harmful action–something they’re doing to numb the pain.

Or–all 4! In fact, I call these four areas the 4-part program: feelings, beliefs, relational context, and harmful actions. Most issues have at least three of these elements (not all issues have the Harmful Actions component).

If you want to speed your healing: Read More→

I was talking with a client recently, who told me something that happened since she was doing her last custom Healing Code from me that was a beautiful reminder of how The Healing Codes affect others.

She told me her mother came up to her and hugged her and told her she appreciated my client for taking care of her. This totally shocked my client, as this was very uncharacteristic of her mother. In fact, it brought up hurtful memories of times her mother did not hug her when she should have.

What’s especially fascinating to me is that my client had been working on a generational memory from her mother when her mother gave her the hug. (Generational memories are trauma memories passed down through the DNA.) Apparently, when my client was healing that generational memory from her mother in herself and releasing the effects of the healing to her mother, something in her mother seems to be healing.

This is the wonderful thing about The Healing Codes, which may well be particular to The Healing Codes: our healing can be passed on to others we’re close to, because of the energetic connection we share with those close to us.

I have written several articles about how we can help others to heal through The Healing Codes, even as we focus on our own healing:

There is also evidence that doing Healing Codes specifically for others is effective, perhaps even more powerful than if the people did the Codes for themselves.

Several years ago, for instance, I gave custom Healing Codes to the grandmother of a boy named Vinny, who had an inoperable brain stem tumor. Over a period of many months, not only did his grandmother, Diane, do those custom Healing Codes, but I posted the Codes on this blog, and other people also did Vinny’s Codes.

The results were astounding. Listen here to Diane’s testimonial.

You can also see what happened when a mom and dad did custom Healing Codes for their young son, who had strabismus. Trace his progress here.

Whether you’re doing your own codes and releasing the healing to others, or specifically doing Healing Codes for others, know that the healing effect can ripple out.

And if you want to give custom Healing Codes and coaching to someone as a gift, you may do that here. If the person isn’t familiar with The Healing Codes at all, you can order the book + Custom Healing Code option, and also suggest they sign up for the free “Getting Started with The Healing Codes” email course. If ordering book and/or custom Healing Codes, all you need to do is put in the Comments section of your order that this is for someone else, and add their email address and phone number. Include any other special instructions, such as whether it’s a surprise or how much they already know about The Healing Codes.

Here’s a totally different view of symptoms than I’ve ever heard.

If it’s accurate, it turns everything about the way we think of illness and disease on its head.

Most of all, it gives great hope to anyone who has been diagnosed with a disease or condition.

This comes from an interview with Dr. Craig Weiner from the Autoimmune Vitality conference. (The conference has ended, but you can still have access to the whole series. It was very helpful to me, since I’ve been diagnosed with an autoimmune condition, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. My condition got out of whack when the A-V vial in my HALO went bad, and I didn’t realize it. Now that I’m using a good vial, I can tell my system is rebalancing.)

Dr. Weiner is, among other things, a Level 2 META-Health Practitioner certified through the International META-Medicine Association, IMMA.

I’d never heard of META-Health before, but it’s totally compatible with the the philosophy behind The Healing Codes:

  • Your body/mind is highly intelligent.
  • Specific stress trigger, emotions and beliefs affect your specific organ tissues.
  • Healing goes through specific points and phases.

This latter point is what I want to tell you about.

According to META-Health, healing goes through specific points, levels and phases. You start with the natural state of the body: health, with normal day activity and night relaxation.

Then perhaps some kind of stress trigger happens, such as a trauma or a UDIN (Unexpected, Dramatic, Isolating, No Resources/Solution type incident). The trigger can also be a conditioned reflex based on some inherited trauma in cellular memory (what we call “hidden memories,” which could be in utero, generational, a birth trauma and very early memories that are recorded in the cell’s information energy pattern).

When this happens, you move into the Stress Phase, where the Sympathetic Nervous system (fight/flight/freeze) becomes dominant, and there is some kind of conflict (often internal and unconscious).

Here’s the interesting part. If you introduce some kind of Regeneration Trigger, such as The Healing Codes or some intervention that truly addresses the situation at its core, you can move into Regeneration Phase A. Now the “stress” is passive, as your Parasympathetic Nervous System (rest and repair) system becomes dominant.

Here’s the kicker, though: This Regeneration Phase A is when the symptoms can show up!

And in fact, they may get even worse. In META-Health they call this the Healing Peak. (Healing Codes jargon calls it a Healing Response.) You may feel like you’re getting worse, but you’re actually getting better!

In fact, the next phase is Regeneration Phase B, where the PNS is again dominant, and excretion–getting rid of the problem–actually happens.

Phase 8 is the Return to Health, in which your system is auto-regulating and organ function becomes normalized. This often happens in waves, by the way. It’s not a steady, even process.

Which leads finally to the last stage: the Return to Health and normal day activity and night relaxation. You have plenty of energy in the day, and you sleep well and get restored at night.

So in this system, as with The Healing Codes, we’re always looking for that original stressor–that trauma, that Original Event that caused the brain to register a stress response. When we address that, the body begins to move toward health, and as it does so, physical things come up.

We think we’re getting sick, but we’re really getting better at the point when the symptoms show up.

A fever is a good example. When some infectious agent enters the body, the body responds with a fever to raise the temperature to kill off the attacker. You think you’re sick, and maybe take some aspirin or ibuprofen, but that actually blocks what the body is trying to do.

If we can respect the body’s wisdom, find and address the root cause (the trauma or trigger), we begin this regeneration process.

Isn’t that wonderful news? Doesn’t that give you great hope? When the symptoms show up–that’s when your healing has started!

It does take a big paradigm shift, though, for many people.

All I can say is, “Try thinking this way.” Try going for the original trauma by asking, as we counsel with The Healing Codes, “How do I feel about this condition?” Then trace that feeling back to other times you felt this way (about anything), and use The Healing Codes and prayer to heal that negative memory, image, or belief.

META Health, the New German Medicine, functional medicine, energy medicine–all these approaches seek to find and heal the original cause, rather than try to make symptoms disappear.

Will you trust your body’s and your heart’s innate intelligence, and look to heal the SOURCE of whatever bothers you? I hope you will.

And if you need some help with this, I suggest you sign up for the free “Getting Started with The Healing Codes” and visit my site at https://healingcodescoaching.com to find out more. For more personalized help, consider getting a Custom Healing Code and coaching to find those “original events.”

 

 

Healing Lessons From a Splinter

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So I noticed something painful about my finger.

Drat, it was a splinter. I worked at it to get it out, but I wasn’t sure I got it all.

Big clue I didn’t: Pain continued.

I shined the HALO on it, using the Pain vial, the SuperSystem vial, and the Facial vial.

Still some pain. Probably the splinter was still there. Very hard to see, though.

I tried to ignore it, aside from shining HALO on it.

Still pain.

Finally, I got my husband to help me, because there was no way I could get this out myself (my little finger on my right hand). A magnifying glass confirmed there was indeed some dark splinter in there.

After much pain gouging the thing out with a needle, we finally got it.

Or so I thought.

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What Your Body Knows

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what the body knowsI just had a conversation with Alex Loyd about how the body really heals when you use energy medicine.

Energy tools such as The Healing Codes and HALO Light Systems allow the body to decide how to heal.

The Healing Codes do this by removing the unconscious stress from the body that comes from unhealed negative memories, feelings and beliefs (“heart issues” or cellular memories). When these stressors are removed, more of the body’s resources are freed up to heal whatever physical issues need healing.

The HALO puts into the body the energies from key botanicals, widely known for their healing properties, so that the body has those added resources to be able to heal itself.

happy body Most allopathic (Western) medicine looks to man-made chemicals–i.e. medicines–to “heal.” But these only address symptoms and give the body more to deal with–hence, the inevitable side effects. When you allow the body to govern its own healing, the body decides what’s most important to heal.

This is a very key point. It explains why people get differing results when using Healing Codes, HALO, or other modality that addresses the source of an issue, rather than merely the symptoms.

So you may do Healing Codes or HALO to address, say, acid reflux. And maybe it goes away quickly. You are ecstatic: “The Healing Codes work!” you proclaim to anyone who will listen.

When “Nothing Happens”

So then your friend starts doing Healing Codes or HALO to address her arthritis issue.

And “nothing happens.”

Or, perhaps she feels even worse. “This doesn’t work,” she says, and feels bad. Read More→

THE Key to Health

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Recently I watched the experts from the Parasite Summit, and oh my–I just had to mention this to you.

Because many of my clients come to me to find healing from symptoms for which doctors don’t have answers, I want to mention that several of the experts talked about two things.

#1: Parasites are much more prevalent than many people–including doctors–think, and are often at root of “mystery diseases.” This includes autoimmune, digestive, brain issues, chronic fatigue, diabetes, hypoglycemia, and many others. If you have had trouble getting an accurate diagnosis, consider that parasites may be at the source.

#2: The key to health is to get the body into a state of homeostasis.

The world of health is going through a major paradigm shift. For instance, the outdated version of gut health and even oral health is, “Get rid of the bacteria. Bacteria are always harmful.”

Well, now we know that even so-called “bad bacteria” actually are not toxic unless they are not in the right balance with the rest of the microbiome of the mouth or the
gut.

Which gets me back to what I’m so passionate about: equipping the body to heal itself.

The goal of every system in the body is homeostasis.

Even doing healthy things, such as “oil pulling” or using certain essential oils, can strip the microbiome in the mouth of bacteria that are necessary.

But if there’s an overgrowth, we think that we need to wipe out that bacteria completely, when what we have to do is restore the correct balance so that the body can get rid of what shouldn’t be there.

And that’s why I’m so enthusiastic about the HALO Light System. One of the main functions of the HALO therapy is to foster a healthy microbiome in the body.

The HALO  loads the body with anything it would need to get rid of what doesn’t serve it (and yes, there is a vial that equips the body to get rid of parasites).

In fact, after listening to several of these talks, I’ve decided to use the Anti-Parasite vial regularly.

And how does this relate to The Healing Codes?

Well, as you rid yourself of the stress caused by the unhealed memories, negative emotions, and lies in the heart, you free up that much more of the body’s resources to fight infections and heal diseases.

In fact, many of the presenters at the Parasite Summit mentioned the importance of dealing with emotional and spiritual factors. And Chris Wark devoted two sessions of his Cancer Coaching Program to the importance of dealing with the emotional and spiritual issues so that you can heal.

(Chris’s program is still airing free, by the way–replay weekend. A client recently told me how much she feels it’s helped her.)

So it’s always a two-pronged approach: you get rid of the toxins as best you can (including the emotional and spiritual toxins), and you equip the body with as many resources as you can that promote healing: nutrition, sleep, clean water, and plant-based medicinals such as herbs, essential oils, or the HALO. (Which delivers 100% of a vast array of botanicals through photon light therapy.)

Speaking of the HALO Light System, if you would like to know more about my personal results from using it since early April 2017, my HALO experiments, or the interview I did with Robert Quintanilla from HALO, please sign up here.

 

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