I generally find the holidays abysmally stressful.
This year, I’ve decided instead to be grateful for everything I have, most especially my health. 30 years ago, I was diagnosed with a terminal illness and given mere weeks to live.
I believe in miracles.
I believe the body can heal from anything.
Below are a list of healing resources that I value immensely in my quest for optimum health. I would like to share them with you, in hopes that they will inspire you to embrace your own natural ability to heal.
1. CLEARING YOUR ENERGY
Most of us wouldn’t leave the house before brushing our teeth, but have probably never thought “I should clean up my energy field before I interact with other humans.”
If this is something you are curious about, I highly recommend Christie Marie Sheldon as a teacher.
2. CONSCIOUSNESS ENGINEERING
We are co-creators of our own reality. Everything we do is a choice. Everything. You have chosen every action, every lesson, every encounter to bring you to this place in your life. The concept of engineering your consciousness so you can navigate these choices with wisdom was developed by MindValley Academy founder Vishen Lakhiani.
3. BREATH WORK
Americans are traditionally very shallow breathers. We rarely get enough oxygen into our system, for a variety of reasons. Simply taking 1 minute to breathe deeply and consciously each day can have a dramatic effect on your health and well being.
4. VIBRATIONAL ATTUNEMENT
Every single thing on this planet is vibrating at a particular frequency. The frequency I find most healing is 432Hz. I often play binaural beats featuring this frequency as background music.
I have had severe asthma my entire life. This required daily nebulizer treatments and a steroid inhaler. In 2012 I started exploring the use of halotherapy as a means of healing rather than managing my asthma. I haven’t used a nebulizer or inhaler since 2013 and I attribute this solely to learning breathwork (#3), using a salt inhaler (rather than a chemical based one) and regularly drinking mullein tea.
*Mullein grows quite abundantly in the North East. I am happy to show anyone who would like to try this remedy how to properly identify this plant.
6. EPSOM SALT BATH
This one is an extension of halotherapy, but more specifically focuses on detoxification. I rarely go more than 2 days without taking a hot epsom salt bath.
Here’s a list of healers that have changed my life:
Basically anything published by Hay House
8. ALKALINE FOODS
The American diet is not conducive to optimum health. Especially during the winter months it’s important to eat alkaline foods every day!
This is a much more comprehensive explanation of earthing than I could give you.
10. KANSA WAND
All it took was one ayurvedic massage with a kansa wand and I was immediately hooked.
Get yourself one, you won’t be disappointed.
I hope these resources are helpful and that your life is filled with wellness and health.