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Want to Get Better? 6 Ways a Health Coach Can Help

6 Ways a Health Coach Can Help You

After 13 years of undiagnosed chronic illness, I had pretty much given up on doctors, natural and allopathic, and healers of all types.  Although a few doctors provided an important piece of the puzzle, no one could figure me out completely.  The medicine and supplements they prescribed usually made me worse.

I’ve learned to manage my own symptoms, primarily through diet and carefully selected supplements.  My energy is limited, my life is boundaried, but I rarely experience dramatic symptoms if I follow my self-prescribed protocol.  I can do so much more than many people with chronic illness.

That doesn’t mean I’m healed at all.  With one slip, symptoms return, with multiple slips they compound.

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Can Illness Be a Path of Self-Transformation?

Illness As a Path of Self-Transformation

I hesitate to share any longer about illness on my Facebook personal profile as I inevitably receive unsolicited and unhelpful advice on how to set my thinking straight or questions like, “What on earth are you eating?”

Some people with a bent toward the Law of Attraction try to correct my thinking and my words, which according to their belief system causes my physical woes. Others offer lectures on the superiority of a vegetarian diet and imply I’m not ready for the “new awareness” because I haven’t adopted one.

I used to feel upset when I received these comments. Now that I’m growing in my self-sovereignty, I delete them.

Of course, I don’t mind people promoting their views on their own Facebook page or blog just like I do. When I visit a page or blog, I have the option to stay or to go and never return, if I wish.

But I feel invaded and invisible when people use my personal profile as a place to proselytize.

What Comes Around, Goes Around

I confess I have a history as a busybody, arrogantly assuming I could solve other peoples’ problems. No wonder I receive comments like this now! As they say, what comes around, goes around.

I finally learned that my interventions were usually not helpful. They only kept me occupied so I didn’t have to look within and heal my own life – too scary a proposition at that point.

I understand people are trying to help in their own way, just as I was. But, at least for me, this type of behavior is not helpful. I find sharing our personal stories empowering, but thinking you have the only correct approach and pushing it on others – no way!

Of course, there’s always something to learn even from cloaked criticism. I try to assimilate any truth or lesson before I hit delete and to do the latter without enmity. I also aspire to be more self-confident and less perturbed by such happenings.

Illness Is A Journey

Unless you have the capacity for profound seeing, it’s very difficult to know the best healing path for someone else. Sometimes a doctor or natural healer will give someone the right treatment, but they never have a 100% cure rate, do they? In fact, their success in numbers falls far short of that.

Also, there’s nothing “wrong” with being ill so there’s no need to rush in to fix someone else. It’s a valid path of potential self-transformation just like any life challenge. Do you want to steal that away from someone else?  Some people face financial troubles or relationship issues, addiction or problems at work. Illness is simply another path that can lead you to your true self.

Whatever path you’re on, this is your journey and your opportunity. And, resisting the journey of transformation is as much a part of the process as learning to embrace it.

As Kris Carr, who has been thriving while co-existing with a slow-growing Stage 4 cancer for more than 10 years, has said that cancer is her guru.  I’m sure she didn’t feel that way in the beginning, however – because most people go through several different emotional stages before they arrive at acceptance.  But now Carr she says:

“This WTF moment sparked a deep desire in me to stop holding back and start participating in my well-being. Though I can’t be cured, I can still be healthy — I can still feel better, love harder and have a more joyful life. So I hit the road on a self-care pilgrimage and haven’t looked back. More than a decade later, my life is more connected and magical than it was before my diagnosis.”

But even if your outcome isn’t so rosy on a physical level, it doesn’t mean you haven’t succeeded in transforming your heart and mind – the only truly important outcome in this life.

When it comes to change, healing, and transformation, it takes as long as it takes. No one can figure it out for you. They might be able to give you pieces of the puzzle or lead you to the right door, but you still have to do the physical, mental, emotional, and energetic work. These elements work synergistically. Without one, the whole shebang might fail.

And don’t forget karma. There’s a timeframe attached to each karma. However, that doesn’t mean you’re stuck forever. You can shape your future by being intentional with your thoughts, words, and actions now. But when it comes to past karma, sometimes you have to wait it out. Acceptance (not resignation) makes this easier.

There may indeed come a moment when the karma exhausts itself and the situation suddenly shifts. So don’t get stuck in impossible or forever thinking either. It’s all about lightly holding what appears to be paradoxical.

The Healing Power of Mind

Although I don’t believe in the Law of Attraction (here are 4 reasons why), I do believe in the healing power of mind.

In a recent talk, contemporary spiritual teacher Prem Baba said the miracle of healing can occur through faith in the ultimate alone. The body is made of the 5 elements – earth, water, fire, air, and space – which can be manipulated through faith and alignment with your spiritual essence.

But, he adds, if you don’t have faith, you need medicine. And, sometimes your faith can bring you to the right medicine. He encourages his students to use natural medicine, but he says sometimes allopathic medicine is needed. Every case is different.

And that’s the key point: Every case is different so don’t presume you know what’s best for someone else.

The path of illness is an opportunity to learn to trust yourself. Only you know for certain, what’s the right approach for you. Some people heal cancer through hardcore surgery, radiation, and drugs. Others, juice it to death. Different formulas work for different people so there can’t be a single right way.

In any case, healing is not just about the physical outcome. It’s about what you learn, how you grow, and the way you transform your heart and mind along the way.

What are your thoughts about illness as an opportunity?  Do you believe in the healing power of mind?  Just scroll down to join the conversation.  I would love to hear your thoughts.

Thank you for reading! If you have a moment, please share this article with others. Until next time, may you be well, happy, and safe. With love, Sandra

How to Accept the Unacceptable

Bolt of lightning

Editor’s Note:  This post responds to requests made by readers who asked me to write about accepting chronic illness like fibromyalgia or chronic fatigue and facing cancer as well as other physical challenges.

Like a bolt of lightning out of the blue, my health unexpectedly took a plunge 10 years ago.  Muscle, joint, and neurological pain, gut distress, sleepless nights, fatigue, and multiple intolerances became my new companions.  At my low point, I weighed 84 pounds.

I wish I could say I embraced this change gracefully.  But, actually I fought it.  My Virgo disposition turned on my obsessive solution-seeker.  I spent most of my time in my head pouring over information in order to “fix it” instead of being present with the new me.  A tough nut, it took me considerable time – years – to accept the unacceptable.  And, I can’t even say that I’ve fully accepted it now, but I feel more at peace with it.

There will come a time in your life when the unacceptable arrives, too. That’s just how life is.  The unwanted might appear as a serious illness, cheating spouse, job termination, death of a loved one, or in one of countless other possible ways. As much as you might try – like me – you cannot escape undesirable changes.  But, if you’re willing to work consciously with whatever comes, the pain will gradually soften and you can find great strength in your vulnerability.

Here are some of my hard-won insights from living with chronic illness, which may also be relevant to other types of unexpected change that occurs.  Let me warn you, none of what I share will be easy.  You’ll probably want to cling to the past or a better future. I fully understand.  But, I have every confidence that with time you’ll embrace the journey – your journey – that has been placed in front of you.

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My magic potion for knocking anxiety on its head

It’s true, we live in the age of anxiety.

But did you know that physical disorders can trigger anxiety, anger, irritability, mood swings, depression, irritability, and the like?

Medical doctors who attribute an unexplained illness to being “all in your head” are often wrong.  It’s not always your head causing the problem, but biochemical reactions in the body wrecking havoc on the brain.

Organic brain syndrome is the most strident form of physical illness causing full blown mental health issues.  But, chances are, there’s a whole range of mild to moderate emotional chaos that can occur on a chronic basis due to physical illness without serious mental illness ever coming to pass.

Physical illness and anxiety

Dr. Mariana Castell’s, the eminent mast cell researcher from Brigham and Women’s Hospital, found a high proportion of mixed organic brain syndrome among patients with mastocytosis.  In mastocytosis, there’s an overabundance of mast cells that are spontaneously triggered by a range of foods, drugs, environmental substances, and environmental conditions.  The repeated release of chemical mediators – like histamine – from mast cells eventually impairs brain function.

Another example is the anxiety and depression that often co-occur with environmental sensitivities. According to a review of the research presented by the Canadian Human Rights Commission, anxiety and depression are typically not the cause of chemical sensitivity, but are actually the result of the biochemical processes that take place when one is exposed to triggers.

My own experience has demonstrated how anxiety can gradually build-up due to delayed IgG sensitivities to foods and inhalants. If you are not aware of having sensitivities – like most people – it can be very confusing and overwhelming.  Anxiety can compound the physical symptoms that result from constant exposure to unknown triggers.

Treat the illness to reduce the anxiety

When physical illness is triggering anxiety, the secret is not necessarily psychotherapy but rather treating the physical illness, reducing stress, and retraining the nervous system.  For example, anti-histamines and mast cell stabilizers can help to reduce the physical symptoms as well as the anxiety that can occur in mastocytosis and mast cell activation disorder, although some individuals may also need specific anxiety medication.  Stress needs to be addressed because it exacerbates the physical illness.  Often our alarm system has been turned on and won’t turn off.  So retraining the nervous system may also be essential.

My magic potion for diminishing anxiety

I’ve noticed how anxiety has diminished in my life.   When my husband recently flew back from Europe a few weeks ago – hopping on 3 different planes in total – I was delighted to find I didn’t think about it for a moment.  In the not too distant past, I would practically kiss the ground when he arrived.

My startle reaction has also subsided. There’s an abundance of gekcos and anoles in Hawaii.  You find them inside the house all the time.  They suddenly dart about at lightning speed – from around a corner or hidden place.  For awhile, I would just about jump out of my skin each time one popped up.  I’m not afraid of the creatures at all, but my body responded as though I am.  Now, I hardly notice them.

What’s making the difference?  Here’s my personal potion for for diminishing anxiety.

1. Meditation and alternate nostril breathing

Meditation itself is an effective means for reducing stress and anxiety.  About four months ago, I added alternate nostril breathing to my daily meditation. Alternate nostril breathing balances the right and left hemispheres of the brain, soothes the nervous system, improves sleep, and calms the emotions.  It’s so easy to do and the results are highly beneficial.

2. Yoga

I thoroughly enjoy my weekly yoga class – one especially designed for the less than limber.  I also practice a few times a week on my own.  My body is gradually changing for the better.  Regular yoga improves physical health and calms the mind as well.

3. Taking responsibility for my stress patterns

I am a big fan of the Amygdala Retraining Program with Ashok Gupta.  The amygdala is a part of the brain that is thought to trigger the flight or fight stress response. Gupta’s program focuses on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia, but the approach has been adapted for use in related illnesses like Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Gulf War Syndrome.  Watching the DVDs had a tremendous impact on me – like a switch flipped in my brain and in my being. Recognizing and working with stress patterns is one element of the program that has helped me tremendously.  I actively use my favorite methods for reducing stress every day and make sure I carve out time for simply being.

4.  Befriending impermanence

What is the fundamental basis of anxiety? I believe it’s a fear of change and death.  Gently reflecting on the truth of impermanence each day – really taking it in and learning to accept it as a natural part of life – has given me more ease.  The practice is gradually helping me to learn to let go, appreciate the present moment, use my time wisely, and celebrate the miracle of life.

5. Understanding high sensitivity

One in five people are highly sensitive due to genetics.  They are born with a more sensitive nervous system.  I finally realized that I am a highly sensitive person and always have been.  Most of my life, I’ve pushed my limits and disregarded warning signals from my body.  Now I’m accepting my sensitivity, tuning into my body, understanding my threshold for stress, and respecting my limits.

6.  Avoiding triggers

I suspect that IgG delayed hypersensitivities to foods and inhalants are far more common than anyone realizes.  Medical doctors do not acknowledge or treat them at all. Most people are not aware that delayed hypersensitivities can cause or contribute to a wide range of health problems.  You may be suffering for years needlessly even though a simple IgG Antibody Assessment could help you identify your triggers.  The physical effects of delayed sensitivities can contribute to anxiety and other forms of emotional turbulence.  Avoiding my known triggers is key to my well being.

7.  Alternative treatment for allergies and hypersensitivities
I’ve been trying out NAET – Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques.  This is an alternative form of treatment for allergies and hypersensitivites that reprograms the autonomic nervous system and strengthens the immune system.  The treatment seems to work extremely well for some people, but not necessarily for everyone.  It’s too early to form a conclusion in my case.

8.  A good diet

I eat a simple, healthy diet.  Sugar, junk food, caffeine, alcohol, artificial flavorings and preservatives are not part of the menu.  If you are prone to anxiety and also eat sugar and junk food or drink caffeine and alcohol, you are just shooting yourself in the foot.  Some people find a histamine restricted diet helps reduce physical and emotional symptoms as well.

This is the magic potion that works well for me.  Maybe some of these tips will help you too, but in the end we each need to find our own secret formula.  Getting to know your body, brain and emotional patterns, taking responsibility for your health, and learning as much as you can are keystones to improved health.

How do you work with anxiety when it rises?

Of course, if you have serious anxiety you need to seek medical attention.  I’m not a doctor and am only sharing research and what has helped me.

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Breathing May Be Bad for Your Health! IgG Delayed Sensitivities.

Delayed reactions to inhalants can make you illHere’s another best kept medical secret.

Particles in the air you are breathing may be making you ill in the form of delayed inhalant hypersensitivities causing a whole range of systemic symptoms.

Medical doctors – for the most part – only treat classic IgE immediate-onset allergies.  In fact, the current definition of “allergy” only includes this well known IgE meditated response.  These are immediate reactions to substances like pollens, mold spores, animal danders, dust, foods, insect venoms, latex, and drugs.

Here’s the kicker: your body could be making IgG antibodies causing delayed reactions – occurring several hours to several days later – to these very same substances.  These IgG – Type III hypersensitivity reactions can cause a range of  of inflammatory symptoms like joint and muscle pain, fatigue, headaches, rashes, sore throats, rhinitis, and so on.  They may also exacerbate co-occurring inflammatory conditions or autoimmune diseases.

I’m sorry if this sounds complex or confusing.  It’s really quite simple.  There’s a whole range of inhalant allergies – and food sensitivities too – that allopathic doctors don’t recognize or treat.  They will never mention them to you. You may suffer endlessly without ever finding the true cause.

I had no idea there are IgG inhalant hypersensitivities.  My IgE is remarkably low, indicating – in the world of allopathic medicine – that I have no allergies whatsoever.

Surprise, surprise. When I took the 16-Inhalant IgG Antibody Assessment it turns out I have delayed hypersensitivities to dust mites and mold.  Believe me, a light bulb turned on when I saw those results.  It explained so much about what was happening in my body.  This test might also be extremely helpful to you, especially if you have many mysterious, unexplained symptoms.

IgG antibodies:  what do they do?

Here’s a brief explanation of the function of IgG antibodies:

‘IgG antibodies represent the most prevalent class found in the blood. It is produced after reimmunization, or secondary response to antigen. It is the primary mediator of the memory immune response. Often involved in Type III delayed hypersensitivity reactions, IgG forms an immune complex with the allergen. This antibody/antigen complex activates complement (a group of small proteins found circulating in the blood stream that are involved in the release of inflammatory mediators), and enhances phagocytosis by opsonization. The inflammatory process is gradual and may take anywhere from several hours to several days, which is why this type of reaction is termed, delayed. Although immune cells called macrophages dispose of these immune complexes immediately, they only have a finite capacity to do so. Excess antigen may saturate the macrophages capacity resulting in the prolonged circulation of complexes and their deposition into the body tissues. Depending on which tissues are involved, it is thought that these complexes may be implicated in many different conditions/symptoms.”

There are two important points that standout for me:

  • The inflammatory process is gradual and may take anywhere from several hours to several days, which is why this type of reaction is termed, delayed.
  • Depending on which tissues are involved, it is thought that these complexes may be implicated in many different conditions/symptoms.

IgG reactions are difficult to assess because they occur so long after exposure to an aeroallergen or the intake of an allergenic food.  Your body might feel like a constant war zone and you have no idea why.  You literally have to be Nancy Drew to figure it out.  Testing is an excellent resource to aid the investigation.

IgG Antibody Testing:  the cutting edge of science

IgG antibody testing is one among a number of tests that are considered to be of “unknown efficacy” by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAI) and the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI).  These tests are considered investigational because the scientific evidence is not conclusive regarding their effects on health outcomes.

In other words, it’s too early to know if these test are effective.  It’s the cutting edge of science.

Nevertheless, IgG Antibody testing is helping people each and every day discover the true causes or contributors to their chronic illnesses.  Are they 100% accurate? Of course not.  Is any medical test 100% accurate?  The standard Skin-Prick Test used by conventional allergists is notoriously unreliable.

How to get an IgG Antibody Assessment

IgG Antibody Assessment tests are available through physicians who practice integrative medicine, clinical ecology, and naturopathy.  A blood sample is taken and sent to a lab for assessment.  Most alternative labs also conduct IgE and IgA Antibody Assessment as well if you wish to have a complete assessment for immediate-onset and delayed reactions.

Following is a sample report for the 16-Inhalant Panel IgG/IgA Assessment from U. S. BioTek Laboratories in Seattle.   IgG antibody testing is not yet available for tree pollens and a number of other substances, but the 16-Inhalant panel is a good start.

IgG Inhalant Antibody Assessment Test

IgG Inhalant Antibody Assessment Test

Grass IndoorMolds
BahiaCat AntigenAlternaria tenuis
BermudaCockroach, GermanAspergillus fumigatus
Brome, SmoothDog EpitheliaCladosporium herbarum
JohnsonDust Mite MixPenicillium notatum
Rye, PerennialHouse Dust
Sweet Vernal
Timothy

U. S. BioTek is the only lab I know of that provides an IgG Inhalant Panel, whereas IgG Antibody Testing for food sensitivity is common in alternative labs.  If you know of other labs that provide IgG Inhalant testing, please let me know.

The benefit of IgG Antibody Testing

I’ve spoken with a number of people who have benefited greatly from taking an IgG hypersensitivity test.  They were able to pinpoint their hypersensitivities, reduce exposure to one or more allergens, and decrease their symptoms accordingly.

Often, IgG sensitivities are not forever.  People are sometimes able to overcome or greatly improve an IgG hypersensitivity by eliminating exposure for an extended period of time.  But the first step is finding out what your sensitivities are, and that’s where testing can be an invaluable guide.

I suspect this type of testing may be extremely useful to many people with chronic illness, especially when inflammation is an issue or an autoimmune condition is in play.  Why add fuel to the fire by eating foods or breathing substances that are unknowingly making you ill?

Naturally, there’s a cost involved as well as the chance of spending money only to discover that IgG hypersensitivities are not a problem for you.  On the other hand, identifying sensitivities could make a world of difference for your health and your whole life.  The best approach is to discuss the option with an alternative medical practitioner who understands your condition and can help you assess whether this testing may be relevant for you.

I would love to hear your own experience with delayed sensitivities and how you discovered your triggers.

P. S. I’m not a doctor, only sharing research and what has helped me.  Please check with a doctor regarding testing and treatments.

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Energy Medicine: activating your “inner mom”

“Once you choose hope, anything’s possible.” ~ Christopher Reeve

Today, we’ll look at simple ways to turn on your “inner mom” to help all your organs and energy systems work in a more harmonious and coordinated way.

This is the third article in my series on Energy Medicine.  If you haven’t done so already, you might want to take a look at Part One, an overview of Energy Medicine and the invisible energies that flow throughout your body.

In Part Two we explored Energy Medicine and the Immune System – allergies, autoimmune disease, chemical sensitivity and other immune dysfunctions.  We  learned that the triple warmer meridian – an energy pathway and one arm of the immune system – can be reprogrammed with  the self-help techniques of energy medicine to help it relax, be more discriminating, and back-off when other energy systems can kick in to do the job.

This series is based on the book Energy Medicine, Balancing Your Body’s Energies for Optimal Health, Joy, and Vitality by Donna Eden. [Just follow the link to learn more about Donna Eden.]

Activating your “inner mom”

Onto easy ways to kick-start the “radiant circuits” (strange flows) – another invisible energy system and the second arm of the immune system.  These circuits mobilize your “inner mom” to support, strengthen, and encourage all your organs and energy systems to work together like a closely-knit family.

Unlike the aggressive approach of the triple warmer meridian, the radiant circuits employ a strategy of cooperation. They quickly redistribute energies where they are most needed in light of whatever the body encounters.  Unlike meridians, the radiant circuits are not limited by specific pathways.

The spleen meridian is the leader of the radiant circuits, although like the Triple Warmer it’s also a meridian.  It is sometimes referred to as ‘spleen-pancreas’ because it corresponds roughly to the pancreas function in Western medicine rather than the function of the spleen.  The spleen-pancreas meridian greatly influences all aspects of digestive function.  According to Donna Eden, it is also “involved with the thymus, lymph, nodes, tonsils, and bone marrow and oversees the blood supply, metabolism, homeostasis, production of antibodies and the distribution of nourishment throughout the body.”

When the triple warmer is at war and the immune system has gone wacky, it conscripts energy from the spleen-pancreas meridian in particular, depleting the digestive functions and all the other activities listed above.  As you can see from a glance at the list, the magnitude of potential impact is enormous. It’s no wonder that people with overactive immune systems, often have digestive issues and acquire other co-occurring conditions.

Your chemistry follows your thoughts

Here’s the key point:

  • The spleen meridian and radiant circuits are greatly impacted by your thoughts, images, and beliefs – more so than any other energy system of the body.

Therefore, to strengthen the spleen-pancreas meridian, the other radiant circuits, and all the adversely effected functions listed above you simply need to speak to them with kindness, empathy, and understanding.

It’s true!  Your body chemistry follows your thoughts. Where you mind goes, the energy flows.

This is not hocus-pocus. Scientific research has repeatedly confirmed the beneficial effects of a positive, optimistic attitude on health and healing.  It has also documented the gains made from using visualization in the healing process.  And, all the ancient wisdom traditions of the world tell us that mind has a powerful effect on the body.

Here are just three scientifically demonstrated examples of the healing power of mind from Donna Eden’s book.  You can find many more in the research literature:

  • Cancer patients with “optimistic explanatory styles have a significantly greater survival rate than others whose styles were less optimistic.”
  • There’s a a heightened immune response after watching an inspiring film as opposed to violent one.
  • Humor reduces the physical impacts of stress.

Shower your body with empathy and understanding

There are many ways to shower your body with a positive, life-affirming force. These are a few mentioned by Donna Eden.

  • self-hypnosis
  • guided imagery affirmations
  • being in nature
  • laughter
  • pleasure and delight

In addition to several easy physical exercises for supporting the radiant circuits and improving health, Donna also provides the following exercises that use visualization and the imagination:

  • Sending joy through your body
  • Sending color through your body
  • Sending forgiveness through your body
  • Sending gratitude through your body

Take a moment to consider this – How do you feel when someone gives you love and appreciation? It almost always boosts your mood and energizes your body.  This is precisely how you turn on the radiant circuits:  with love, joy, appreciation, understanding, and positivity.

Let me be clear that this is not the same as saying that “illness is all in your head.”  Rather, it’s using the mind to heal the body.  A positive attitude is not necessarily a magic panacea on its own, but it can be a powerful element in any treatment program.

Illness comes about due to a complexity of reasons.  In the same way, healing often depends on the coming together of several different causes and conditions.  For some people, healing may occur quickly.  For others, it may take much longer.  There is no “right” way to heal.  There is just “your” own way – the route you discover on your own healing journey.  Physical healing is not always the outcome or even the main point.

The Triple Warmer – Spleen Archetype

Donna Eden believes that some of us are genetically predisposed to a Triple-Warmer-Spleen imbalance.  She says that “no energy pattern can yank a person around as much as a triple warmer-spleen imbalance.”  An overactive Triple Warmer robs the spleen of all the energy it needs to do it’s job:

“This throws off the balance in every other system of your body.  It ensures metabolic, chemical, and hormonal disarray.  It particularly affects the nervous and immune systems, and it leaves you with the feeling that you body’s reactions make no sense and that you are powerless to help yourself.”

She sees a triple warmer-spleen imbalance as responsible for:

  • food-cravings
  • a yo-yo weight situation
  • obsessive eating
  • anxiety
  • foggy thinking
  • mood swings
  • premenstrual syndrome
  • allergies
  • most autoimmune diseases
  • chemical sensitivities
  • recurrent infections

Let’s face it, modern medicine is somewhat at a loss when it comes to effectively addressing allergies, autoimmune conditions, and immune deficiency – all of which are dramatically increasing as our environment becomes more polluted.

But all is not hopeless! Amidst all the confusion and suffering, the explanations provided by Donna Eden are lucid and the tools she offers effective.  However, they are just one approach to Energy Medicine – there are many others for you to explore.

Energy Medicine is not a “quick-fix.” It requires patience, diligence, the courage to take responsibility for your own health, and the guts to work with your own mind and imagination.

It’s a whole new world of possibility and healing waiting to be discovered.

I would love to hear your thoughts about Energy Medicine and your own experiences.

Please be aware that I am not a medical practitioner nor offering medical advice.  I am only sharing research and information on approaches that have worked for me.  Also, I am not receiving compensation for recommending this book.

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