The Shambhala Meditation-Healing Tools are a very advanced form of energetic healing. They awaken the Light of Buddha Nature.
A quick story: We were sitting outside a cafe: myself and an elderly woman who told me her wrist had been in a cast for 6 mo's. She said, "It hurts and it is not healing". Now I was giving her a treatment with my Solar Form Pendant, letting it weave over her wrist.. One minute into the treatment and she was moved to tears, "The pain is going away!!! The inflammation is going away!!" She didn't expect it to work. No one ever does.
My Shambhala Healing Tools have brought me many benefits, especially the ability to calm my emotions, deeply meditate, vitalize my body and clarify my mind.
"Read stories of people who reversed their anxiety or depression. You'll see, very clearly, that there is a wide variety of pathways to wellness."
You know what's funny? I wrote this article thinking it was really just for healing anxiety and depression. Then, as I was editing, I realized that the tips below would probably help heal almost anything. It seems I write "zoomed-out" enough that my "tips" are more like Directions On The Path.
First, about me: I have suffered from anxiety and depression since I was a child. And over the last 20 years I have tried many things to heal that, read an endless slew of books, went to workshops and seminars and retreats... and eventually, I found some things that helped me. But mostly I also gained a lot of understanding about why anxiety and depression even happens to us, and helping people heal became my passion.
CBD Oil - by far the most important one on this list, which is why I have already written 2 blogs on CBD oil, and have another one coming! For some people, ALL they do is take CBD oil once or twice a day, and they see a great reduction in anxiety, pain, inflammation, and sometimes even their mood lifts (helps relieve depression, and sleep improves. Yes, really! Plus CBD has other benefits, like to the brain and in cancer-prevention. See my blog CBD: the Great Brain and Body Healer for more. In that blog you'll also learn how to choose a high quality CBD oil.
"Sugar is a recreational drug. Now and then, I might have a drink, I won't have a glass of alcohol in my hand all day. But that's what we're doing with sugar."
- Dr. Mark Hyman, 9x NY Times Best-Selling Author, and chairman of the Institute for Functional Medicine
The purpose of this article is simple: to help you kick sugar now, so you can enjoy the rest of your life without the 'minor' effects of sugar: the fatigue, the mood swings, the insomnia, the brain fog, the yearly colds, etc. Sugar is a stimulant devoid of nutrition, and it is added in some form to most processed foods we eat. This article will illuminate the costs of sugar, the various forms it comes in, and the path off sugar.
Cannabis as a Medicine is Now Getting a Lot of Attention. But What About Cannabis as a Sacrement?
Broadly defined, a sacrament is something that 'makes sacred', imparts a blessing, or connects us to the divine. And this aspect of cannabis has a special place in my heart, personally.
As a meditator, I find cannabis to be especially helpful, when used with respect and moderation, to help me experience states of deep love, peace, and illumination. But what does Cannabis as a Sacrament really mean? for meditators, for yogi's and for society as a whole?
My cancer healing advice in a nutshell: do CBD oil, and follow Dr. Kelly Turners "9 Keys to Radical Remission".
I have been studying holistic healing for 20 years. Back then, cancer was considered almost a death sentence. Hardly anyone experienced, 'remission', or so we thought. Then over the years I began to see more and more people putting cancer into remission, and today that has become very common. I'm not an expert on cancer healing but I have learned a few surprising things about it over the years, and I've put them together here.
1.Check out Dr. Kelly Turner's work: www.RadicalRemission.com, and the book Radical Remission, and her You Tubes. She studied over 300 cancer thrivers, and she noticed 9 key things they all did in common. Those 9 things form the basis of her work, and you'll notice that only 3 of them are diet.
Do you crave sugar or refined carbs? You may have Candida overgrowth. Candida is a fungus that is naturally occurring in the body, but when it over-grows, it can create serious health problems, including anxiety, depression, fatigue, brain fog, and muscle aches. But the main symptom of Candida overgrowth (aka CRC, Candida-related complex), is sugar and carb cravings. Candida itself can make you crave sugar, refined flour, and sweet fruits...the things Candida feeds on the most.
But resolving candida is not a mystery. Thousands of people have recovered from it, and you can too.
I have struggled greatly with sugar addiction and candida in this life, and the consequences on my health and mood have been serious. Consequently I read many books on sugar and candida and have become somewhat of an expert on it. The main way to beat candida is through dietary change, but lifestyle changes and nutritional supplements may also be essential. Here are my suggestions:
The future of healing is already being practiced. It called Integrative Medicine and it is an integration of allopathic (western) medicine, with evidence-based holistic medicine. To my knowledge, the first Integrative Medicine training program is still being taught at the University of Arizona headed by Dr. Andrew Weil.
This is sometimes also called "P4" medicine: as in preventive, predictive, personalized and participatory.
I see the future of medicine including the following:
As cannabis medicine comes to the fore,hemp-extracted CBD will beincreasingly popular, since it doesn't get you high, yet still has amazing benefits!
Non-psychoactive hemp-derived CBD reduces inflammation, reduces anxiety, lowers blood sugar, reduces seizures, helps with sleep, improves skin conditions, is neuro-protective, cancer-preventive, and has even reduced tumor size in some cases. The question is,how can one medicinedo so many things?Here I’m going to share two complementary views of how one medicinecan do so much:1) the evolutionary view, and 2) the science view.
The biggest obstacle to success in business and life might just be glamour, aka delusion. The problem is, glamours are insidious. You don't even know you have them.
We might rightly ask why more people aren't financially free. We live in an age where technology is more affordable then ever, and even online business training in more available than ever. So why don't more people break away from the 9-5, and start a business doing something they love, and that pays them well?
"Worrying only attracts to you what you're worried about"
Do you worry? If so, you're not alone, as many people worry. And don't think this has anything to do with YOU. Worry is a natural result of being sensitive being in the world as it is today - often what we're feeling and getting drawn into isn't even ours, it's energy coming at us from the world in all it's pain and confusion.
Worry is not your natural state. And like everything else that is unnatural to us, it can completely be changed. But doing so will take diligent effort - you are really training your mind, and your body, since they are one. See this as mind-training - or a path of self-healing/self-transformation, because that's what it is.
With that in mind, here's a few simple solutions that can really help:
I've seen both. Today technicians are in abundance, and healers are sorely needed.
So what is the difference? A technician, in my definition, is someone who isn't really going beyond their training. They stick to the protocols they were shown, don't generally have an intuitive sense of the body (because they weren't taught to appreciate it's wisdom or ways), and may even buy into fear-based views like, 'The brain doesn't make new brain cells after a certain age'. They work from their intellect, which is useful, but isn't the full range of their abilities - because we all have intuition.
In contrast, healers have an intuitive sense of the body, how it works, and they may even do awareness practices, like meditation. Healers also *trust* their intuition and work to develop this with things like meditation, shamanic states or even plant medicines. Plus they don't fear the natural world, or things like death or child-birth. They have faith in life, and they know that they don't *know* anything. They realize that whatever learnings they have are just a mental map, and a map is never the territory.
"Sound and Color are the fastest ways to raise consciousness".
I heard this a while back, and I believe it is true. And especially as my sensitivity continued to grow, I began to notice color's effects on us. It's really about balancing our chakric energies - a chakra can be under-energized or over-energized. These are the 7 energy centers that run down the center of your body. Each one has a corresponding gland - your endocrine system.
So how do we use color to heal from things like digestive issues? or anxiety? or depression? or even fatigue?
Brainwave Optimization is one of the most advanced therapies on the planet. It is especially helpful for recovery from stroke, trauma, PTSD, concussions, addictions, insomnia and compulsions. After the 3rd session many people are saying, "I haven't slept this well in years."
Brainwave Optimization was invented about 15 years ago by a computer scientist, Lee Gerdes, after he was attacked by 3 teenagers, one with a baseball bat.