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“Editing” Your Life

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From the beginning of my career, editing has been a huge part of it. I was an English major, and started working in publishing after graduation. My first job was a dream: I edited radio programs, little mini-interviews with authors, and wrote scripts for the announcer. It was the precursor to what are now podcasts; this publisher was way ahead of the times!

(A side note of historical interest: Though the publisher was ahead of the times, the technology was not. We had the author interviews transcribed on paper, I would edit on paper, and the technician would actually splice the tape. I still chuckle when I think of how we used to do it.)

After the radio program was discontinued, I became a marketing writer, then a magazine editor, then I moved to editing books. My final formal book project was editing The Healing Code for Dr. Alex Loyd, which changed the course of my career. Yet because writing is still a big part of my life, I still find myself editing.

Which got me to thinking about how it’s a good idea to be editing our very lives, on an ongoing basis. To be most effective in our work, to be happy and fulfilled, to gain clarity on the meaning and direction of our life, we regularly need to do the same things I do to edit a book or article. Read More→

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→

In Dr. Alex Loyd's book, Beyond Willpower, he asks 3 key questions that most people answer incorrectly.

  1. What do you want right now more than anything else? (No filtering the answer!)
  2. If you got what you most wanted in question 1, what would that do for you and what would it change in your life?
  3. If you got the things that were your answers to both questions 1 and 2, how would you feel?

Question 3 is the life-changing question. The answer to that is what you really want. And it is always an internal state that is what you really want.

When I got ahold of what this actually means, it was life-changing. It is what Dr. Loyd calls "The Greatest Principle." I realized that what I wanted was "love, joy, peace, freedom, and a sense of abundance and security" THAT is what I began to pray for, to pursue.

What it all boils down to, in the end, is what he calls the Greatest Principle:

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Beyond Willpower Review

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beyond willpower coverDr. Alexander Loyd just released his new book, Beyond Willpower.

I remember Alex showing me two huge boxes of notes in his home office when we were working on The Healing Code. "This is going to be my second book," he said. So here it is: all those notes, all clearly spelled out (thanks to his editor, not me this time), and it's the culmination of 25 years of thought and three years of writing and revision.

I put a review on my site that includes my perspectives as someone who has tested at least some of these principles in my own life and seen exactly the results promised, and as a former publishing coach who appreciates the fact that this is a "real book" well worth spending less than the cost of a pizza and Coke.

Read the full review of Beyond Willpower here.

 

 

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Top Five Deathbed Regrets

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Recently I happened to read a blog post from a nurse who reported the top five regrets people have on their deathbed. I found it very moving, with lessons that can help all of us become happier right now.

The author, Bonnie Ware, worked for many years in palliative care with patients who had gone home to die. Some incredibly special times were shared, she said, as she spent the last three to twelve weeks of their lives. "People grow a lot when they are faced with their own mortality," Bonnie says.

Bonnie learned never to underestimate someone’s capacity for growth. "Some changes were phenomenal," she writes. "Each experienced a variety of emotions, as expected: denial, fear, anger, remorse, more denial and eventually acceptance. Every single patient found their peace before they departed though, every one of them."

When questioned about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. Here are the most common five: Read More→

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“What is LT3?”

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A question from a subscriber about LT3:

"I've been getting these emails from Dr. Alex Loyd about something called 'LT3.' Lots of testimonials, but what exactly is it?"

As an LT3 graduate, I can tell you firsthand what it is.

LT3 is a separate process developed by Dr. Alex Loyd that stands for Life Transformation 3.

It incorporates Healing Codes but adds other elements to it. You work with Dr. Loyd himself, one on one, and he develops lifetime customized codes that will always be powerful, in 12 categories (not the same as the 12 Categories in The Healing Codes Manual or The Healing Code book). These Codes are very powerful and specific to you. They never "expire." Read More→

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When I discovered how bamboo grows, I thought it an apt image both for how heart issues develop AND how they heal.

Knowing how heart issues are like bamboo may help you both understand the healing process and be more patient with it.

Bamboo’s growth starts underground, where the rhizome system that supports the canes are developed. For three whole years, the plant establishes itself underground and there is no apparent growth. Absolutely nothing appears to be happening. For three years!

In the fourth year, shoots appear. The bamboo canes grow in height and diameter for only 60 days every spring. After the 60 days, that particular cane will never grow again.

However, because of the rhizome system, the next spring the shoots that come up will grow much taller and faster in those 60 days. After a bamboo grove has been establishing its rhizome system for 5 years, the canes that grow in that fifth year can reach as much as 90 feet (for certain species, in certain conditions)–all in 60 days!

This picture also applies to how heart issues form, and then manifest eventually in our lives in some health, relationship, and/or success issue.

Like the rhizome system that forms underground,

memories and beliefs accumulate in the subconscious

mind.

If enough unhealthy beliefs based on negative memories and images gather (whether in the unconscious or subconscious mind, or energy patterns in the DNA or cells, nobody knows exactly yet), they will eventually manifest in some kind of problem. It may take years, even decades for the “shoot” of the negativity to manifest, but eventually it does.

That manifestation can “take off” into a major illness. If the theories of Dr. Alex Loyd in The Healing Code and Dr. Bruce Lipton in The Biology of Belief are true, such illnesses began long before any symptoms or problems showed up.
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How to Fully Forgive

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Dr. Alex Loyd's "Spiritual Law of Nature" Cutting Edge  message from 7/13/11 on unforgiveness was brilliant, and really got me to thinking.

He said that unforgiveness is one of the biggest things that can keep us stuck.

Furthermore, we may THINK we've forgiven, yet we really haven't.

The acid test of whether we truly have forgiven someone is whether we are able to 100% unconditionally accept the person. (Not the act, but the person.) If we cannot, we have not really forgiven.

(Ouch!)

By this test, I have had to revisit a person or two I thought I had forgiven. If I'm truly honest, I have not forgiven because I still do not accept them unconditionally.

One of my clients reminded me of something that may help you get to that place of  "unconditional acceptance of the one you're forgiving" (whether it's another person, yourself, or even God). Read More→

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