Jun
02

How the Body Heals: Two Views

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Which view of the body do you hold?

Mechanical View

The body is like a machine.

image of old rusting car, to illustrate the mechanical view we have of our bodiesConstant use eventually wears it out. Things start to malfunction, and then you need to get in there and either replace the parts or alter the internal structure somehow (usually through medications) to alleviate bothersome symptoms. That’s what healing mostly is: alleviating symptoms. The goal is to function. Help must come from the outside, through the intervention of medical procedures and medications.

Oh, and there’s a blueprint and predetermines what will go wrong. It’s called your genes. Your DNA determines what will happen to you and there’s not much you can do about it. If you’ve got the gene for cancer, or Alzheimer’s, or heart disease–oh well, do the best you can to stave it off, but it’s inevitable you’ll get it.

Take the medication to relieve the symptoms, and put up with the side effects–they’re inevitable. Have the replacements done, and do your best to return to normal.

Eventually, the system wears out. That’s called aging. You can’t do much about it, except keep on replacing parts and alleviating symptoms until the whole system finally shuts down.

Organic View

The body is an alive, dynamic, intelligent organism that innately knows how to heal itself.

image of green plant, to illustrate my view that our bodies are not like a machine, but a living organism

It’s not indestructible, but it is resilient. It constantly seeks life. It malfunctions because toxic elements are added to it, which it has to expend a lot of energy dealing with. This distracts it from expending energy to heal and grow.

If you reduce the toxins (which can be physical or emotional, what I call “heart issues”), and you give it certain raw materials to work with (light, water, air, movement, good nutrition), it knows what to do. It thrives.

It can even overcome any bad genetic programming. That’s because it’s not so much about the genetic code, as about whether that gene will be switched on or off. (Check out this fascinating PBS Nova program on DNA.) Given the right support, the body can overcome diseases and pathogens.

Which picture do you have of how the body heals?

As a client of mine said, “There’s a big difference between running from death and pursuing life.”

The reason I am so supportive of both The Healing Codes and now, the HALO Light System, is that both enable you to pursue life.

The Healing Codes support the body’s natural healing ability by removing the stress of unconscious negative images, wrong beliefs, and painful memories. When this stress is removed, the body has more resources to move into healing and growth mode.

The HALO Light System  gives the body essences from a huge array of life-giving botanicals, so that the body has sort of a library of things to choose from to heal itself of whatever is challenging it.

I know the above is somewhat simplistic. There is a place for surgery, medications, and the like. But I’ve used both approaches. I’ve made my choice–to pursue life–and I enjoy better health and more energy now than I did 20 years ago.

What about you?

 

May
16

The Truth about Cancer is Back!

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If you haven’t seen this excellent documentary, “The Truth about Cancer,” you must! It could literally save your life.

If you missed any of the episodes, which have been aired periodically since 2015, you can watch them now, between July 11-19, 2017.

Why is this must watching? Because it exposes just what it says: the TRUTH about cancer. All of of are touched in one way or another by this disease. What you will get from this documentary could well save your life or the lives of those you love.

On July 11, 2017 the free viewings of the series start. You can view each two-hour segment for free for 23 hours, until they change to the next episode at 9pm Eastern Time each evening.

Sign up here so you can get the link to the documentary as well as some wonderful bonuses you will learn about once you sign up.

Here’s what each episode covers:

Episode 1: The True History of Chemotherapy & The Pharmaceutical Monopoly (July 11 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 2: Cancer Facts and Fictions, Breast Cancer, Hormones, Skin Cancer & Essential Oils (July 12 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 3: Cancer-Killing Viruses, Cancer Stem Cells, GMOs, Juicing & Eating the Rainbow (July 13 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 4: Excitotoxins that Fuel Cancer, Nature’s Pharmacy and Healing Cancer with Sound & Light (July 14 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 5: Cancer Causing Blindspots, Toxic Vaccines, Homeopathy & The Power of Emotions (July 15 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 6: The NOCEBO Effect, Healing Vaccines, Advanced Detoxing & Going Inside A German Cancer Clinic (July 16 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 7: Heal Cancer with Clean Electricity, Unique Water, Natural Sunlight & Combining Superfoods (July 17 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 8: Cannabis, Nature’s Epigenetic Switches, Peptides & Healing with Micronutrient Therapy (July 18 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Episode 9: Cancer Conquerors & Their Powerful Stories of Victory (July 19 9:00PM Eastern US time)

Sign up before it’s too late, and be sure to keep an eye out for emails coming from The Truth About Cancer. Their emails will continue to keep you up to date  on how to prevent , treat, and beat cancer.

Oh, and you can go here to take a cancer quiz–very enlightening! Also, when you take the quiz, you get a copy of “22 Ways to Cancer-Proof Your Life Today.”

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Apr
11

Can Intention Change Matter?

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We live in a world awash in toxins, from the food we eat, the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the medications and vaccines we allow to be put into our bodies. (More on the vaccine issue at The Truth about Vaccines, which airs for free April 12-19.) How to correct this without spending a fortune on supplements and other devices?

That was what I’ve been pondering for a few months now.  And I have been experimenting with an innovative, faith- and science-based approach to dealing with the things we can’t control in our environment.

It may sound very strange to some, but let me explain it and then see if it makes sense to you.

Faith

The faith part is simply that prayer makes a difference. Prayer is based on faith, the faith that when we pray to God, something actually happens. Things can actually change.

And what is faith? I think there’s no better definition than Hebrews 11:1: “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen” [My emphasis.] Jesus taught his followers to pray that God’s kingdom would come, “on earth as it is in heaven.”

There is an image of everything, an intention in God’s mind for how things should be. Scripture talks about there being books in heaven, in which are written all kinds of things, including a book in which every day of your life is written (Psalm 139). When we pray, we connect with God’s intention and “pull down” from heaven that vision (“the conviction of things not seen”) to manifest it on earth (“the substance”).

Now for the science behind this idea that intention can change matter. Read More→

I just got back from a healing service at our church. It was part of the “Fully Alive” series my pastor and his wife are doing on sexuality.

In one part of this healing service, Stewart Ruch and his wife Katherine addressed mother wounds. As I sat there, I thought about my own history.

Within a week after I was born, I got very sick. There was some kind of abdominal obstruction. The doctor who operated on me said sewing up my skin was like sewing wet tissue paper; I was that fragile.

The operation was a success, and was written up in some medical journal. I, however, developed pneumonia and at one point, burst my stitches. They had to put staples in to hold me together.

All that kept me in the hospital for at least 6 weeks.

A nurse who worked in the NICU in that era told me what it was like: “The babies belonged to us. They never saw their mothers. We would prop them with a bottle to feed them.”

I did not get a chance to bond with my mother. It was not her fault.

When I came home, my mother was very scared she might do something wrong. She had to keep my older brother, who was two, away from me, because I was still so fragile. I think my first experiences of my mother must have been awash with fear and guilt.

Yet, sitting there in the healing service, searching my heart for any wound, anything to forgive, I found nothing.

Not even the memory of a wound.

That’s how complete that healing was, after several years of Healing Codes work.

My mother and I never were close until after she started doing Healing Codes herself, at age 76. She is a completely different person now. As her heart issues healed, our relationship bloomed. So did her relationship with God. Her memories of childhood came back, including some good ones that she at first thought she never had.

We now have the mother-daughter relationship I never thought possible. And remember, it didn’t start until Mom was 76. It’s never too late to heal!

This, my friends, is why I believe so much in the Healing Codes. They are a tool in the hand of God to heal. It is God who heals, but this tool makes it so much easier for us to position ourselves for that healing.

If you have a relationship that needs healing, I encourage you to take the free Relationship Issues Finder with that relationship in mind. It will help you pinpoint what areas of the relationship and your “heart issues” need the most attention.

And if you want to get some coaching and powerful custom Healing Codes for your relationship issue. feel free to check out my coaching at www.healingcodescoaching.com.

 

Jan
27

From Fear to Peace

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There’s a lot of fear out there these days.

I have noticed with clients that their own fears have been triggered by what’s going on in the world. The Highly Sensitive among us are especially susceptible to picking up on fear from others, adding to their own fears.

Back in 1933, the U.S. was facing another fearful time: the Great Depression. In President Frnaklin Delano Roosevelt’s Inaugural speech, he uttered the famous words, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” While one may quibble with that sentiment, there is truth, I think, to the idea that fear is a force that itself can bring on no good thing.

As Dr. Alex Loyd has said so often, in his books and his Cutting Edge calls, the fear or stress response dumbs us down; makes us sick; drains our energy; suppresses our immune system; increases our pain; raises our blood pressure; destroys relationships; causes anger, depression, shame, and worth and identity issues; and causes us to do everything from a negative perspective.

So how do you resist fear without sticking your head in the sand? Here are my suggestions. Read More→

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W
e have just come through the holidays, a time of giving . . . and receiving.

Which did you enjoy more? (Be honest, now!)

If you said, “Receiving,” don’t be too ashamed.

We often hear the quote, “It’s more blessed to give than receive.”

In our materialistic world, that’s a good thing to be reminded of.

But consider this: Might it be just as blessed to receive?

Think about the recent holidays. Imagine that you had a gift wrapped beautifully for someone, but you didn’t see her right away. You told her you had a gift for her but  . . . she never came to claim it. (This actually happened to me.)

How do you feel?

Now, imagine offering a gift to someone who receives it with delight and gratitude.

Don’t you feel blessed in the second case?

If we refuse a gift someone offers us, we rob them of the joy of giving. We break the cycle: gift offered, gift received, receiver blessed, giver blessed from receiver’s gratitude.

As we look into a new year, there are gifts waiting for you from a gracious God. Some of those gifts will look like gifts–all wrapped in nice packaging. Good health. Improved finances. Reconciled relationships. These are what we strive for, and receive gratefully.

But this year may also bring what I call “disguised gifts.” Things that don’t seem like gifts at all.

Health challenges. Loss of work. Business or financial setbacks. Relationships that go sour.

Last year for me delivered a number of such “gifts.”

But you know what? Because of what I learned long ago about gifts from God (I wrote a book called Abundant Gifts about it), I had developed a habit of thanking God for everything, of believing that everything could work together for my good.

And when you do that, even the most painful of “gifts” yield some kind of sweet fruit.

My husband and I took some time to look back at the past year and focus on the positives. We discussed some questions that you might want to use, too, as you look back on the past year.

  1. What do I feel good about from this past year in regards to my career/vocation? My family? My friends? My health? My prosperity? My spiritual life? My personal life?
  2. What changes did I make this year in any area of my life that made me feel more expansive and authentic?
  3. What were the best gifts from the past year? (Take time to really steep in gratitude for them.)
  4. What did I love about my life this past year that was different from any other year in my past?
  5. In what areas did I experience the most healing?
  6. Were there any milestones achieved last year? (Maybe other people wouldn’t call them that, but for you they were. Celebrate them!)

Looking back at the positives sets you up for receiving the good that can come to you in the coming year. If you need help letting go of any of the painful things from the past year, feel free to do Healing Codes for those things. And if you need extra help with letting go of the painful issues, feel free to get some coaching and custom Healing Codes from me. I’m here for you!

 

Dec
10

Holiday Stress Rx

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imperfect Christmas tree

As you can see, another thing I don’t do well is take pictures with my iphone!

Yesterday morning, I was chatting with a small group of friends about Christmas preparations.

We were in my living room, where the Christmas tree stood, adorned with only lights. I explained how it was a lit tree, but this year, only the middle lights worked. We’ve had a heck of a time finding lights to fill in the spaces. All the new lights are LED, or 300 per string. Neither my husband nor I care to spend loads of time looking for lights. So there the tree stands as we decide whether this is enough lights, or we need more, before I put on the decorations.

One woman said last year, she never got around to putting on the ornaments. She just likes the lights. That may be what I do. And though all 4 other women agreed that my tree needs more lights, I just may say, “Enough.”

And then one of my friends said, “Anything worth doing, is worth doing badly.”

We all kind of cringed at this. We’re all women with lots of responsibilities and high standards. We’d like to believe this … but it’s not so easy.

We laughed when someone said, “G.K. Chesterton said that,” because we all believe him to have been a very wise man, so that means we can really believe it.

Why am I telling you this? Because so many of us have these unconscious, high standards that keep us in overwhelm or guilt. Especially at this time of the year.

Somewhere in our subconscious (Heart), there is this image of something of the ideal. Perhaps it’s the kind of Christmas you grew up with, and your images are all rosy, and you want to recreate that for your family.

Or, on the flip side, maybe your holiday memories are so painful, you want to do everything possible to create a perfect holiday season for your family now.

I remember when my image was born. It was in my senior year of high school, with a teacher I admired. I don’t remember exactly what she said, but she put forth the image of a really fine, admirable person as someone who “does all things well.” Unconsciously, I absorbed that image into the kind of person I wanted to be.

It’s been hard to let that person morph into a more realistic image of someone who only does a few things well, and is OK with doing in other areas just enough to get by.

I read somewhere that it takes 10,000 hours to achieve the level of mastery. None of us has 10,000 hours to master everything. Trying to “do all things well,” i.e. achieve mastery in everything, is impossible and foolish to try to attain.

This holiday season has brought out how I try to do too many things too well, so I’m working on this with my Healing Codes. I’m constructing a new persona that knows her strengths and builds on them, and is OK with “getting by” in other areas. I’m rewriting that old belief that the only worthwhile, admirable person is someone who “does all things well.”

So if you’re feeling stressed this holiday season, I encourage you to take a bit of time to reflect on what image you might be trying to live up to, or what unhealthy belief is driving you. Try to see if you can trace the origin of it. (But if you can’t, that’s fine—just address the feeling and/or wrong belief the any memories attached to it.) If you want help with that, I’m always here for you!

And if one of the things that’s stressing you is, “What do I give so and so,” perhaps  you would like to give the gift of healing in the form of a custom Healing Code. Visit this page and see the options.

I pray this holiday season will be one of joy, not stress for you. I encourage you to focus on the One Thing you can do to make this holiday memorable for you and your family or other loved ones. Ask what would give others joy, and then see what you can do to make that happen.

And then, let go of the rest. Forget Normal Rockwell and Thomas Kinkade; those sentimentalized scenes were never real life anyway.

Do you have a dream for your life? Do you know how you are meant to make a difference in this world?

I believe God himself has a dream, a design for each person, and our great fulfillment comes when we know what that is and achieve it.

You were put on this earth for something. I hope you have at least an inkling as to what that is. It may have been squashed by other people’s doubts, your own fears, or circumstances.

But I want to encourage you to fan the flame of that dream, that desire to make your unique mark on the world.

Do it with The Healing Codes. Get some personal coaching with me if you need it.

Someone elaborated on something Henry David Thoreau said, “Most men lead lives of quiet desperation,” added, “and go to the grave with the music still in them.”

This quote makes me cry. I don’t want you to “die with the music still in you.”

You have a song to sing, and I have always had a passion to find ways to help people “sing their song.” As a publishing coach, what that looked like was to help people write and publish their books.

Now what it looks like is to help people heal their heart issues so that they can begin to hear their unique song, AND begin to sing it, to the world that desperately needs to hear it.

If success has been one of your issues–if you don’t know what your song is or how to sing it–I encourage you to find the heart issues that may be at the source of your success blocks.

I’m here to help you. Read my emails. Read the articles and FAQ at my Healing Codes Coaching and Healing Heart Issue sites. Follow me on Facebook and/or Twitter to get more of the things that touch me personally that I like to pass on.

Most of all, do your Healing Codes consistently on your heart issues. As you do, more and more of your uniqueness will emerge.

If you need help with any of this, I am available to come alongside you in your journey. You can either get quick, Express Healing Codes to address your known issues, or get Coaching along with custom codes to get more personal mentoring and access to the resources I’ve developed in working with hundreds of clients as a Healing Codes Practitioner.

 

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I‘m so excited that you (and I) will get a FINAL chance to watch the Ultimate Live Symposium in which 40 of the top alternative health experts will be freely sharing their expertise.
Yes, The Truth About Cancer is going to be live streaming their “Ultimate Live Symposium” event over Thanksgiving weekend and you can watch the whole thing for FREE here.
This is powerful stuff.
If you want the latest information about how to prevent Cancer and other chronic illness and disease, you need to check this out.
Here’s why…
  • Want to know how to prevent cancer naturally, without pharmaceutical drugs and medications, from Dr. Josh Axe? Check.
  • Want to know the ideal Anti-Cancer diet, from Dr. Joe Mercola? Check.
  • Want to know the NEW way to detect Breast Cancer early without mammograms or harmful radiation, from Dr. Galina Migalko? Check.
  • Want to know what to do FIRST if you (or someone you love) is ever diagnosed with Cancer, from Dr. Ben Johnson? Check.
  • Want to know the chemical compounds found in nature that shrink tumors fast, from Dr. David Jockers? Check.
  • Want to know the future of non-toxic Cancer reversing therapies, from Dr. Tony Jimenez? Check.
  • Want to know how to tell if all your vitamins and supplements are actually working (or if they’re just becoming expensive urine?), from Dr. Daniel Nuzum and Jordan Rubin? Check.
  • Want to know the hidden connection between vaccines and Cancer, from Dr. Sherri Tenpenny? Check.
  • Want to know about the single most deadly toxin showing up in our food supply now that’s slowly poisoning nearly the entire world (and how to avoid it), from researcher Mike Adams? Check.

I could go on, but you get the picture.

It’s pretty much everything you ever wanted to know about staying healthy in a toxic world, and fighting and preventing cancer and other chronic diseases, packed into one weekend.

Go here to register and you can watch the whole thing for FREE.

Do it now, and please, mark your calendar for Nov. 25-27 to watch as much as you can.

I watched many of the presentations when they aired live, and then the replay weekend, and made many adjustments to my life for the better. But there’s so much here, I ordered the recordings and plan on going over them again and again.

Read More→

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Nov
14

Two Brews to Keep You Healthy

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It’s that time of year again–cold and flu season, at least for those of us in the northern hemisphere.

As you work on your Healing Codes to get rid of the underlying stress that definitely compromises your immune system, there are some other measures you can take to support your immune system in this season.

That’s the real key to not getting sick.

Here are two  “healthy brew” recipes designed to strengthen your immune system.

Healthy Brew to Fight Colds/Viruses

If you start to feel sick, brew this up and drink a cup every hour. You can also do what I do: make a batch and have at least a cup or two a day.

What you need:

Large pot with a lid
8 cups of water
1 cup lemon juice (best if fresh)
6-7 cloves of garlic,  crushed or minced
4 tablespoons of fresh ginger root, minced, or 3 teaspoons dried ginger powder
6-7 dashes of cayenne pepper

Put all ingredients together in the water, put lid on and simmer on low for 15 minutes.  Strain  (or not, if you prefer) and drink a cup an hour for a day, with honey or maple syrup added to taste.   You should feel at least 60-80% better the next day.  If something is lingering, do another pot worth. All of the ingredients are anti-microbial, anti-viral, and anti-bacterial.

“Golden Milk”
This brew is something that is supposed to be anti-inflammatory. If you look up the positive effects of turmeric (curcumin), you’ll find it can help a huge list of conditions. Check out this WebMD article, and unless you need to take precautions, try this and see if whatever you have improves.

To  me, it’s cheap (and tasty) insurance! (Note: You can use the turmeric paste in soups, stews, smoothies–whatever you like.)

Recipe for Golden Milk

First make the paste. You will need:

1/4 c. turmeric powder
1/2 c. filtered water
1/2 tsp. black pepper

To make the paste:
Put all of the ingredients into a sauce pan over high heat. Cook and stir constantly until it turns into a paste. This doesn’t take long at all. Place the paste in a jar, let cool, and then refrigerate.

To make the Golden Milk:
In a small pan heat the following;
1 c. almond milk
1/2 tsp. turmeric paste
1 tsp. coconut oil
honey to taste

Whisk until hot, and drink. This is best before bed but can totally be consumed cold. If you are in a pinch, I say make a shooter, cold and down the hatch.

Got a “healthy brew” recipe of your own? Feel free to post it below.

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