Posts Tagged 'ho oponopono'

Whole Body Vibration Therapy and Colon Health: Releasing the Grip of Death!

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Whole body vibration therapy is an excellent tool for colon health. My experience with colon health goes way back to the 1980’s where I was working with people with Crohn’s disease, Colitis and IBD.  I had a pretty good success rate back in those days using a lot of nutritional strategies. Over the years the skill-sets I developed in bodywork and consciousness work gave me a much deeper insight into the organ system as a whole, including colon health, and how ...

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Bach Flower Meditation for Purifying Subconscious Mind

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This blog is an introduction into Bach Flower remedies, another cleaning tool for working with the subconscious mind. Dr. Edward Bach created 38 flower remedies, each remedy addressing a specific mental/emotional state. Each remedy has a simple keynote description. The first remedy is called Agrimony; and the keynote description is “mental anguish behind a cheerful face.” The next remedy is Aspen; and that’s for people who have anxiety, fears they can’t identify. The simple keynote is “unknown fear.” ...

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Key Components to a Holistic Program: Tips and Tools

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“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”  Rumi

 Consciousness work and Energy Work

Goal number one is to be effective in steps one and two under Key Components to Holistic Program-Consciousness work and Energy Work. Moving the subtle energy body and learning to clean “all the barriers” of the subconscious mind ...

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Higher Consciousness Work: Hoʻoponopono, somatic release practices and yogic breathing

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This blog focuses on a very important piece of healing, which falls under the title of Consciousness Work or more commonly referred to as Higher Consciousness Work. Many are acutely aware of how damaging environmental toxins are but one does not realize that toxic memories stored in the subconscious are probably the greatest challenge for overall wellbeing. This includes all memories and traumas including those passed down from our ancestors and memories carried over from past lives. Our “consciousness body” ...

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Understanding the relationship between data, meridians and fascia.

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Why is rapid release such an effective tool for acupuncture?  What is the connection between the meridians, connective tissue and data? First let’s take a look at the micro level of a meridian point. What is driving the meridian point and what is its dynamic?  We need a working model of mind-body connection.  The sub conscious data of the mind when not cleared is reflected through energy vortexes, meridian points.   These vortexes are mirrors to the minds struggle to find resolution.  The key ...

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