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Mar
11

Hidden Stressors-Part Four-toxins

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In this series on hidden stressors, I’ve mostly focused on the emotional aspects.

For many of us, this is the kind of stress that’s easiest to hide, especially if we’ve grown up with Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN), or are high on the sensitivity spectrum.

Another reason I’ve focused on the emotional, is emotional issues can predispose us to being more vulnerable to yet another hidden source of stress: toxins.

All of us are subject to this hidden physical stress.

Toxins lurk in our food, water, air, cosmetics, household cleaners, even fabrics.

They also lurk in the energy around us, in the form of electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) and dirty electricity.

I don’t think I have to go into detail about all this. No doubt you’re aware of it, and may feel a little helpless about what to do about it all.

However, we are not helpless at all. There is one main thing we can do to keep healthy, and that is to focus on the immune and nervous systems. Read More→

Feb
18

Hidden Stressors-Part One

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All your physical issues are from stress,” my doctor told me. They were the last words I would ever hear from her; she passed away shortly after.

But haven’t I been working on reducing stress for all these years with The Healing Codes?

The answer is yes. And they have helped tremendously. I honestly don’t think I’d even be alive now if I hadn’t been doing all I’ve done since I got my various diagnoses before The Healing Codes (osteoporosis, IBS, GERD, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, PTSD).

The Healing Codes, Halo, the c.Balance (now upgraded to the HOLOS) have all helped me not be hampered much in my daily life by these diagnosed conditions.

Now, however, the symptoms started popping up again, worsening. Why?

As always, I prayed for insight into this. Were there hidden stressors of which I wasn’t aware?

What came up surprised me.

  • You haven’t been honoring your Highly Sensitive nature enough.

  • Your nervous system needs to recover from the traumas you’ve been through.

  • You are finally ready.

Part One: The High Sensitivity Piece

I’ve known for a while that I have this trait around 20% of all species share, in which the nervous system is wired differently. Dr. Elaine Aron explains in her ground-breaking book, The Highly Sensitive Person, which put this trait on the psychological map, that HSPs are like a different breed. Great Danes and border collies are both clearly dogs, but they are quite different. So, too, HSPs and non-HSPs are human, but they are actually quite different in many ways.

(Find out more about whether you’re a Highly Sensitive Person here.)

Maybe for you, sensitivity isn’t the issue. Maybe it’s some other kind of “diversity” that is part of your nature that you’ve not been honoring.

Maybe it’s that you’re an introvert who gets energy from reflection and alone time, and you’ve always been pushed to be more outgoing. Or vice versa. Maybe it’s that you have ADD/ADHD and your brain works differently than others.

Whatever it is that may set you apart a little, so that you tend to push it away rather than honor it, could be a hidden stressor for you.

I’ve known about being Highly Sensitive, but I haven’t been living it.

I hadn’t been honoring my need to process things deeply and thoroughly, for one. The last few years have been particularly stressful for me. On top of all the stress of the pandemic (and HSPs, by the way, are more susceptible to Emotional Inflammation), there were several personal traumas: dealing with a mold issue in the home; settling my sister-in-law’s estate out of state and fending off a crook; breaking my foot; 16 months of hell settling my mother’s estate (with all the family of origin issues that brought up); and a devastating diagnosis of a close family member.

If you’re Highly Sensitive, you need to realize that such stresses affect you more deeply than other people. You take in more information than most people. You are more sensitive to subtle stimuli than most people. And then you absolutely need to process all that you are taking in!

I’ve written about my current focus on subtraction. As a HSP, I need to be aware of (and limit as much as possible) the amount of information that’s coming to me. More information = more needed processing time. When life piles up, and I don’t get that processing time, my symptoms seem to flare.

So ways I’m trying to honor my HS nature more is to limit the amount of information I take in, and then making time to process it completely.

This often means saying no to social engagements, no matter how enticing they seem. I have to stand strong when someone tells me why it would be so good to attend X. (Ever notice how many people think they know what’s right for you? Often, what’s right for “most people” isn’t right for an HSP.)

I’m also the kind of HSP who seeks a lot of mental stimulation and loves to learn. I need to resist the temptation to sign up for yet one more masterclass or telesummit. I have to revisit my own goals often and tell myself, “My commitment to (my goal) is more important than this (distraction) right now.”

Honoring my HS nervous system also means changing my environment. I’m finding that clutter really gets to me these days. I subtract as much from my environment as I can. Someone said every object in your home has a “to-do list” or a message attached to it. So true!

  • The pile of papers cries out, “Pay me, file me, check me for sales!”
  • The unused clothes in your closet castigate you: “When will you lose weight so that beautiful outfit will fit you again?”
  • The old computer monitor in the spare room? You might need it someday, if you current monitor goes out.
  • And what about the files and photos on your phone or computer? Shouldn’t those be organized so you can find them more easily?

Guilt, anxiety, feeling like you’re “not enough” or not doing enough creep in with these messages. If you’re HS, not only do you feel those things—you also feel them more intensely!

Perhaps these things don’t overwhelm you like they do me. But if they do, know that doing even a little clutter control every day will help you feel calmer and more organized.

I need the downtime to process. I need more sleep than I’m getting. I need to allow myself to feel. I need to be aware that I take in a lot of information and to do what I can to both limit it and manage it.

I need to honor my sensitive nature. Without, I might add, feeling guilty or “less than” because of these needs.

If you have seen a flare up of symptoms you thought you had healed, know you’re not alone. Many of my clients and friends are also experiencing this. Whether you’re Highly Sensitive or not, there are likely hidden stressors that are chipping away at your resilience.

Do what you can to identify those stressors, and heal what you can.

In future posts I will explore more about hidden stressors: how to identify them, what to do about them. Including hidden traumas—the second piece of the insight that was given me.

Stay tuned!

 

Sep
18

Anti-Radiation Energy Restoration Bath

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The following “recipe” comes from a Healing Heart Issues Digest reader from the UK. Thank you, Cisela Wildes!

Bath Ingredients:

  • 1 pound sea salt, regular
  • 1 pound baking soda (used for cooking)

Instructions:

1. Fill tub with warm, not hot water (if too hot you can become dizzy and faint).

2. Soak in tub with dissolved salt and soda for 5-20 minutes immersing entire body occasionally.* You can also cover hair and pour water over head rather than immerse.

3. After soaking, do the following things in this sequence:

  • Get out of tub
  • Do not dry off (you can put a towel around for
    warmth)
  • Drain the tub and when empty you MUST shower or bathe. (The soak  water is lovely and soft. The reason to bathe or shower is to seal the energy field again.)

The bath should be repeated every day for seven days with no more than 36 hours between baths or the sequence must begin again.

*This should happen ALONE and in SILENCE, nobody else in the room, no music or reading.  The soak opens the energy field totally so it is very sensitive to any negative or uncomfortable energy vibrations.

Optional Exercise after the bath while tub is draining:

  • Stand with feet, ankles, knees and fingertips touching with eyes OPEN (can faint if closed)
  • On the inhale push fingers together toward palms.
  • On the exhale relax the fingers, maintaining fingertip contact.
  • Repeat 10 times.

ENJOY!

Tip for those who have a Halo: You have to try a Halo bath. Shine the light with the WS vial into the water for about a minute, and then any other vials you need. (DB, CBD or MD are amazing.) Then add the ingredients the Cisela recommends. The water feels like silk!

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Aug
07

Buddy the Cat–Part 2: Lessons Learned

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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. Read More→

Mar
21

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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Sep
30

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.

 

Jun
02

How the Body Heals: Two Views

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Which view of the body do you hold?

Mechanical View

image of old rusting car, to illustrate the mechanical view we have of our bodiesThe body is like a machine.

Constant 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 that 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 organismIt’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. That’s called epigenetics. 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 and The HOLOS Balance devices, is that they all enable you to pursue life.

They all, in different ways, support the body’s natural ability to heal.

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.

The HOLOS Balance devices scan the body to discover where the imbalances are, and to set up correcting frequencies to correct the problem.

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?

If you would like more help in identifying and healing heart issues, check out the resources at HealingCodesCoaching.com.

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