5 09, 2017

Awareness Creates Change

When you feel anxious, worried, scared, angry, etc. have you ever stopped to notice where in your physical body you feel something?  When your mind is blocked in a manner of speaking you can actually feel the “pinching off” of energy somewhere in your body.  Case in point, you hear a sound in your home when nobody else is home and you feel a tightness in your gut or a pounding of your heart.  Those are easy to recognize, but what about noticing when someone you don’t care for walks into the room?  Chances are if you are still enough you will notice somewhere in your body you are pinching off the energy flow of an area.  Now we could talk about this in terms of chakras, but that word alone will normally lose some of you.  No, I am not airy fairy in anyway, nor am I likely to break out into a rain dance anytime soon….so let’s just discuss this in terms of body parts and keep that flow open shall we?  When I am preparing to have a talk with someone who normally causes me stress I notice that I brace for it physically.  I clench my jaw to avoid displaying anger.  When I hear sad or upsetting news, I notice that I squeeze my sinuses almost in preparation for crying.  After the stressful situation passes, I am normally stuck with a headache and stiff neck from clenching my jaw, as if I was holding my tongue to keep from yelling.

Now, play with me a little on this one….What do you feel and where do you feel it?  Think about someone, someplace or something you have negative thoughts or emotions about.  Where in your body is that coming from?  (Don’t say your mind!)  Be still… listen quietly within for a moment and identify where and what you feel.  Is it a tightening?, a clenching? Is it caught in your throat?

Next question……What does this remind you of in your childhood?  Maybe your conscious thoughts are not allowing you to access this information.  Try writing it down instead.   This queasy feeling in my stomach reminds me of……………….

Once you start writing, the thoughts will flow and you can continue writing about the whys and the hows of the situation in your past.

The reason this exercise is so cathartic is that once you bring the subconscious into your awareness, it isn’t running the show anymore.

Be a witness to what your mind is doing.  Recognize when your subconscious programming is running the show.  Once you recognize this, you can change your thoughts to those which better serve you.  The more you can out these blindspots, the easier it is to manage your life.

When you are running your life from your past through subconscious programming, you expect a certain outcome.  You will get what you expect.  It works that way.  There’s no way around it.  Expect someone to behave badly and most times they will accommodate you.

At our alternative medicine Coeur d’Alene office and alternative medicine Tempe office, we offer Crossinology Brain Integration Technique to help remove those subconscious anchors you may be struggling with.

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208-991-8300 Coeur ‘d’Alene Holistic Medicine

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1 02, 2017

Neurological issues can be from gut issues!

17 01, 2017

Brain Fog, Depression or Irritability? Could be heavy metals!

2 06, 2015

Suffering from brain-fog, depression, or irritability?

How many of you are suffering from brain-fog, depression, or irritability?

You could have heavy metal toxicity and not know it!

In my practice I see people for many reasons. You’d be surprised to learn that heavy metal poisoning can be the source of many cognitive and emotional problems. Add Candida to the mix because that’s the body’s response to try to “absorb” metals that it cannot push out, and you’ve got double trouble.  If you’re unfortunate enough to have heavy metal toxicity in the brain, it will not show up in conventional testing methods.

Heavy metals can be found in contaminated food, industrial & medical waste, vaccines, antiperspirants, drinking water (in certain areas of the country) and beauty products as well as environmental pollutants.

Here are just a few possible symptoms of Heavy Metal Toxicity

• Recurring infections – Since heavy metals displace important vitamins and minerals in the body – especially zinc, the immune system weakens, which effectively sets the stage for infections, cancer and chronic disease.

• Neurological disorders – Alzheimer’s, ADHD, autism, aggression, epilepsy, memory loss, developmental delays, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, insomnia and migraines all can have roots in heavy metal toxicity.

• Sensitivity to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) – If your cells contain even traces of heavy metals, your body will attract electrical frequencies like a lightning rod. In short, the more your body contains heavy metals, the more you’ll have health problems with EMFs.

• Heart arrhythmia, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease – Research suggests high levels of lead in the blood contribute to artery-clogging plaque – leading to elevated blood pressure and heart disease, while airborne particulates of mercury encourage heart arrhythmia.

• Other indicators of heavy metals in your body can include migraines and headaches, dark circles under the eyes, muscle tremors, sensitive teeth, inability to lose weight, acne, parasites, low body temperature, metallic taste in the mouth and chemical sensitivities to smells like smoke, paint fumes and perfumes. “Do you like the smell of Pinesol? gasoline?” These are questions I ask every client.

The typical way you’ve probably heard about to test for heavy metals in the body is hair mineral analysis or urine analysis. If the heavy metals have crossed the blood brain barrier then their presence will not show up in conventional tests. This is why it is critical to have yourself tested with someone skilled in autonomic response testing. Why risk walking around with a time bomb inside of your cells?

During the month of June 2015 I will be running a screening day every Wednesday of the month. For $99 you can come in and be screened for heavy metals, candida, and chemical toxins present in your cells. Appointments require advance booking. My office has a complete naturopathic pharmacy on site for your convenience.

7 05, 2013

Depression is Trapped in My Brain!

depression-brainI was browsing some research completed by Harvard Medical School and found this wonderful information which confirms what those of us in the neuroscience field of Brain Integration already know.  Depression is a result of brain signals, not just chemical responses (neurogenesis and nerve cell communication within/between specific areas within the brain).  Science is finally documenting what we have been seeing in our practice for years.  Depression is not as simple to treat as many traditional health care providers will let you think.  While it does involve chemicals in your brain, it also involves the electromagnetic signals put out by areas within your brain.  What triggers those chemicals to be released in excess or be not released enough?  Recognizing where the problem is only part of the equation.

Here is the next part of the equation …..To resolve the issue, you need to resolve the issue —LITERALLY!  If you do not get to the heart of the original issue that caused the limbic system to react, then you do not do anything more than topically treat the symptoms.  Treating the symptoms does not remove or resolve the problem.  Depression sits in specific areas of your brain, locked into neuro-connections made from past memories and associations.

Through (BIT) Brain Integration Technique, I go into those specific areas of the brain by accessing the subconscious through muscle testing to see where the electromagnetic signal is being diverted,  disrupted, or blocked.  The subconscious mind is amazing.  It NEVER forgets and is NEVER wrong!  If you want to find out where the problem lies, why not ask the expert?………YOU

Please spread the word to help people understand that there is help available…without drugs. There is hope.

Call today 480-473-8773 or contact us to schedule your Brain Integration today!

We always HIGHLY recommend  clients follow up with a behavioral health care provider for emotional support and for help in learning new cognitive and behavioral strategies.  We all work together to support our clients and to get them the help that they need to live fuller, more enriched lives.

Here is the link to the Harvard article http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsweek/what-causes-depression.htm