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Monday, February 11, 2008

# 36 Talker on Healing Energies

There are many and various routine that can be utilized with any healing process. The same applies when one desires to restore or increase, ones own, energy level. Finding a healing process that one can use without all the complex processes and attached dogmatic concepts though, is another matter. Then there is ones own belief factor to cope with. On a personal level, I had one tough time getting to believe that I could actually do any kind of healing or energy work. Some thoughts involved were:
So any way, it wasn't an easy process for me. Doubt, religious concerns, and negative influences were present quite frequently. Two items out of the bible posed strong questions. ( John 14:12-14 "The works that I do") and ( Mark 8:22-25 "Master Jesus had to work harder on a healing") So here is the Jesus figure saying " You can do the same things I'm doing and more". My original thought was "give me a break, Jesus". Then I read where Jesus had a tad of difficulty with a healing. So up pops another thought,"what gives here". Well, eventually did to a large degree manage to some what understand what it was about. Working up miracles is still in the works. But am thankful for that which has been learned, and the many occasions of success with what I do. For sure though, beliefs are the main stay for the healer, and this is of the utmost importance in any healing endeavors.
Of the many methods found and tried, a book on the "middle pillar chakras routine for energy and healing" is a real jewel :
In 1932, long before it was trendy or even acceptable to say so, Dr. Israel Regardie wrote a book that linked prayer and meditation to healing. Sixty-five years later his book has been reprinted and repackaged. Thankfully, though, Regardie's original voice remains unaltered. At face value, this is an instruction book, detailing a specific meditation practice that integrates the awareness of yoga's chakras with the Kabbalah's Tree of Life to present a daily tool for healing. The lesser-known value, however, is that this is a highly readable book that boldly explores what many healers are only now willing to say.
The True Art of Healing
Paperback: 96 pages
Publisher: New World Library;
New Ed edition (February 12, 1997)
English Language:
ISBN-10: 1577310128
ISBN-13: 978-1577310129

[ from a forum post]
Originally Posted by jacob
I'd like to know if you think/know that you can feel the life-force energy?Either in your body, in your hands or from other people.How does it feel to you?
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Aloha Jacob,
Another interesting question, you pose here.As stated in other posts, can only reference that which takes place with me. Have endeavored to critique and analyze healing energy. Numerous other questions arise during that process. Really happening, fake, imagination, hot, cold, placebo effect, religion, spiritual level, upbringing, and the list grows, into a " what, really is this process of energy healing about! ". Some what like electricity, many talk and speak of it, using various terms. No one, actually says what electricity " is ". We use it daily, but don't actually know " what " it is. Yes, one can describe it on " how it's generated and used ", but " where does it come from ?" That is what I'd like to know. Same with " healing energy ". Difficult to explain " what one is feeling " while using that energy. Yes, it appears that the palms of the hand are prime to feeling the sensations. How to describe that feeling is nebulous, when speaking about an ephemeral process. While a friend was ( without my being aware of it ) taking a video of me doing a healing session, here, to the best of my recollection, are feelings I had. Now, there were a few preliminaries, performed, before I went to " level " and did what is shown in the video. ( link below ). I used the palms to find hot or cold spots. The individual, had expressed some specific areas of discomfort. Some area feelings corresponded to that which I was feeling, but not all. As I went into " level ", my strong " feeling tone "was " do the whole body ". That, I proceeded to do. Some areas were warm, some were cool but not hot, some places, gave no " feeling tone sensations ". Keep in mind that the video, is not in actual time. the actual session, lasted approximately an hour. So, most areas, showing, my hands, at certain areas, were " held still " at that spot " for various lengths of actual time. I would move my hands, according to an " inner " voice, that prompted, going on to another area. Impossible to actually describe, what was being felt. More like a " knowing" as opposed to a "feeling sensation ". Do I feel this energy, any other time, no. When I inquire of the person, " what were you feeling ", here again, there was no correlation to what I was feeling, but their answers ranged from, hot, cold, tingle, nothing, and strange. In only one instance, of many " healing " sessions, did I get a " felt nothing at all ". Most, but not all did express " feeling better ", after the healing session. So, felt or not, seems that healing sessions, do help /work, regardless of what is felt, or as in some situations not felt.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2007

# 35 Talkers Scoop on Poop

On page 92 of a little book named "Common Sense Health and Healing" by Dr Richard Schulze, there is a question that reads,
" What the heck is a normal poop anyway?" I know, but do you?
Yes, yes, I know who wants to talk about poop! Before you click away though, read this. If you don't have a few "floaters" in the john when your done doing your job there, you are not getting enough fibre in your diet, but lack of fibre is only part of the problem. Anyway, what do you have to lose if you check this information out.
I've not tried the poopdoc products as yet, but did find a load of information about constipation and the herbs that help correct the problem. Have for a long time used various products from the 800herbdoc site.

( this from the "poopdoc" site, you'll find more info there )
In all cases of constipation; every person's case is unique.
A person's diet can be high in fiber and water intake and exercise regularly but the person can still develop constipation. Stress and changes in routine can even trigger constipation. Treatments that work for other people may not work for some. A balanced diet is enough for some but not for people with chronic constipation.
Constipated people should learn and become experts themselves. Regular (every quarter) cleansing of their colon is extremely beneficial. Using all natural products and staying as close to nature as possible leads to the greatest results.

Sites to visit:
Common Sense Health and Healing" ISBN 0-9671569-3-4

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

# 34 Winters Itch Update to # 30 /# 31 by Talker

Just came across a bit of information that seems a followup to what I had posted in # 30 & # 31 here. Before I mention anything further here let me caution you to do your home work. Work with or through a knowledgeable practitioner. Now, an acute case of winters itch may respond better than a chronic case, but may prove to be just what is needed to alleviate some problems. It does involve detoxification of the liver, from a totally different perspective. Long shot , but worth consideration. Whether you have or don't have a gallbladder you can experience a lack of bile salts. If the gallbladder "was" removed, you definitely need to supplement bile salts. One can show everything from indigestion, dry skin, cataracts to cancer, if the bile flow in compromised in any manner. Must repeat again, use of bile salts were more effective with acute conditions of psoriasis conditions. Yes, yes, I hear you, you weren't diagnosed with psoriasis, but psoriasis, is a skin problem the same as the winters itch condition. Anyway the information goes on to say, "disorders of the skin are one of the first signs of excess toxicity due to deficient or poor bile flow. Others signs may be, of all things, breast enlargement in older men, hot flashes, cysts, migraines, weight gain, mood swings, and depression. As if that weren't bad enough, once the toxins start to accumulate in the lymphatic system, in the blood, in the joints and other tissues, at that point, one could be experiencing allergies, arthritis, and inflammation in the joints and muscles. So beets,lecithin,choline, turmeric, curcumin, yarrow, Oregon grape root, taurine, milk thistle, artichoke, and dandelion should be on you're investigation list. All are supposed to help with normalizing things, that need it.
But what do I know about these things! I'm not a doctor.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

# 33 Talkers Thoughts on Applied Healing Methods

Posting an answer to a question about healing, that was, I felt, interesting enough to make it a stand alone topic. See the whole comment in post # 32, on this blog. Of course everything you read here is just the rantings of a nut case, to be taken with a grain of salt. Works for me though. How about you!
Janna said...
I've got a healing puzzle. Here's the puzzle. Her owner - also sweet, in her mid-thirties - had a tumor that grew in HER ear canal as a teenager, and had to have her tumor surgically removed at that time.
So, is there a connection?
(Talker) My "feeling tones" say yes it is highly possible

The dog's tumor has tested malignant, even though she didn't "feel" very unhealthy to me (I feel energy in my palms). The owner's tumor was not malignant.
(Talker) All living matter has intelligence at a level that is very little understood, and difficult to comprehend by most. Don't get me wrong here now. I'm still learning about it.
For background: the owner is going through a divorce, and the dog was bought by the husband as a puppy, but as an adult bonded with the wife. It's tempting to wonder if the dog didn't want to "hear" their fighting, and grew a tumor to block it.
(Talker) Again, yes it is entirely probable and possible.

But, I can't help but wonder if there is a connection between the owner growing a tumor in her ear canal and the dog growing one 20 years later.
(Talker) Many will just nod their head in disbelief, but as "thoughts are real" is starting to gain more attention, one takes on a burden with it.Think on it, the dog's owner loves the animal. Thoughts in her mind could be " hope you never get what I had and went through with my tumor, and die on me". ( keep in mind that I am over simplifying here) Much will depend on the past emotional intensity involved here by the owner. The " tumor thoughts " may have/ could have, been received by the animal, and so the tumor starts growing in sympathy with the owner. ( again much is being left out here) The problem now escalates into guilt of the owner, increasing the negative emotions, once aware, that she may have contributed to the condition in some way. The negative emotional thoughts at this time, need to be totally eliminated. New thoughts must be of the animal, "in perfect health and romping around playfully. "Silva's three scene technique" comes to mind and is one suggestion on how to set this up.

Any ideas? Malignant tumors can return; maybe if there is a connection between the tumors it can be unraveled and severed preventing the tumor's return?
(Talker) Yes I agree. Keep in mind that what I've stated, also applies to all living matter. This is ( I feel ) a stumbling block with all healing. Many seek a healing method that changes with each instance. In essence doing some process "new" each time. Develop or use that which you are already using in healing and refine it. With minor adjustments you would be using the same process each and very time. Building more confidence as you progress and are successful. Now comes the bummer. Not every attempt at healing will appear to be successful. There are unlimited reasons why it may appear so. Much to lengthy to put here. Will admit here, that those seemingly failed, healing sessions, still hurt, and requires one to try and understand that other factors are indeed involved. Do if you will, read my posts on EFT. The EFT site has very interesting stories about surrogate healing. The Huna concepts are with a bit of effort, beautiful processes.
Thanks for any ideas,

Tuesday, December 4, 2007

# 32 Talkers Thoughts on Huna Healing

Did a post in regards to Huna healing concepts on another forum.

Felt it should be posted here also. Involved are a dozen or so, books on Hawaiian and Polynesian lore and healing. The question was raised "has any one used the healing concepts of the Hawaiian healing process called "The Huna Process of Ho'oponopono"

So here were my thoughts on that subject:

When first I read through Longs material there were "feeling tones" of mixed emotions. As my interest in Hawaiian and Polynesian lore intensified, and various book titles were read, I was hooked on the concepts presented. Many were the occasions that I had questioned the teachings received, regards what is called "sin", and why one needed to confess them. What is called sin by many, is considered "a wrong" but not a sin from what I was reading in these books. Seems that the only real "sin" in the material being read , is causing deliberate harm to any living form. Wow, that is a new concept, that was in total conflict to what I had been taught. Further reading lead to a new concept that made what I call common sense. If one harms life form, that is a sin, all else is considered "a wrong", but not a sin. For me it was reaching the understanding of why the "wrongs" needed resolve, to make things "right". So anyway, back to your question. Healing with Love and Forgiveness is not what I call "cherry picking" a situation. It is an "all or nothing" effort. This is the hard to comprehend aspect of that statement. Getting that "Love and Forgive All" into ones "ambiance" is easier said then done. Did post on "ambiance levels" in my blogs. To that degree where ones beliefs are in fact, an actual part of your being, is what true healing is all about. Have I reached that level as yet! Apparently I'm not yet there. Have had many wonderful experiences with healing, coupled with an apparent lack of so called success in many instances. So back I go, deep introspection and review of surface beliefs with true ambiance beliefs. The differences are not always obvious. Do recognize that there are many other factors that enter when doing a healing, and not all seemingly failed attempts, are total failures. Very difficult to express nebulous concepts to an understandable level, when no word really seem to fit, in what is being said.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

# 31 Winters Itch and Herb Thoughts

Doing my last post as regards “winters itch”, and laying out the herbs that would contribute to a “normal “ condition, triggered thoughts from long ago. Scared and fearful were the first ones to come up. The reading about how dangerous doing health things on your own was another. As I ventured into the world of herbs it became more and more scary and confusing. Some herbs were listed as toxic and poisonous, and could cause serious health conditions and even death. So there I was, a complete newbie to herbs reading all the information that I could find, about and on herbs. One difficult part was how does one test the validity of so called “poisonous” versus “safe” herbs. Often it boiled down to, if it didn’t kill you, it was safe to use! Did not want that trial and error method at all. So after much seeking, and not finding much to go on about herbs, I finally came across a book called “Back to Eden” by Jethro Kloss. This book was the eye opener that I needed. Over 600 pages of reading was read and reread, over and over. Have worn out two copies so far. Reading of Back to Eden was my key to the use of herbs for food and medicine. I found this book a beautiful source of solid advice to better health. The second eye opener was the book “School of Natural Healing” by Dr John R. Christopher. Needless to mention the original copy became well worn and had to be replaced. Of course this was only the beginning of my journey into herbs.

More on that journey another time.
Currently I use “ O” and “OO” size capsules. Bought a capsule machine later to encapsulate the herbs as hand stuffing was tedious. It was some-what humorous when I would purchase three or four bottles of the lowest priced vodka for making tinctures, the frequency of vodka purchases caused the friendly store owner to inquire where my tavern was located. Also, I taste every herb I purchase out of curiosity and to do a crude check for any allergic reaction. Some taste nice, others are bitter, and some will pucker your whole body into a ball of unbelievable “oh no”. Can use of herbs be dangerous! Some what like yes and no is my answer, about as dangerous as crossing a busy intersection, if one is not careful. If one were to check out the many posts on my Razors Edge, you may find some of great interest health wise.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

# 30 Talkers Thoughts About Winters Itch

When I first became aware of what is referred to as "winters Itch", I never looked at it as a big problem to anyone. How wrong that thought proved to be. Searching the net showed 127,000 hits. Sheesh, what a revelation while reading many of the hits. People are in pain and agony. Every kind of healing professional is mentioned as being contacted and being of very little help. The list of medications, salves, ointments, over the counter products used that had no relationship to an itch, and ice, floored me in how desperate many people are for some, or any kind, of relief. One site had over one thousand comments on and about what was tried to relieve itching. Many had have the problem for decades. Some have it only at some times. Others have it seasonally. Some products work for a few but not for others. Some used medication that slightly helped the itch, but caused other problems. Whats going on here I questioned. Seems that no one has any positive method to eliminate the winters itch situation. So I asked myself, what would I do if I were in a similar situation! My thoughts were many and varied, but here is what I came up with, that I would try, to eliminate the itch. I do realize that at this point, I am some what aware of "what does not help on a permanent basis"from what was read on posts.
Even reread some of my prior posts, from when I first became aware of the magnitude of the winters itch situation.(see posts # 14, # 15, and # 16) to refresh my memory.
So to me, only a thorough whole body system seems to be a possible solution, and I would use an herbal method. This thought is based on all the failed or partial relief received, comments that I read about online. All the herbs listed here, I've used many in one way or another or still use for those occasions I want or need to use for a purpose. If anyone else were crazy enough or desperate enough to even think of doing the same as I would, don't. I'm some what experienced with using herbs for my needs. I'm not allergic to any of them, some are very potent, and need to be researched by users to become aware of the possible down side, in their use.
Would encapsulate some, others into extracts and make some salve. Under similar conditions but otherwise lacking experience, I would seek answers through a professional for some degree of safety. I calculate some what, that it would take about three months, to be completely rid of the the nasty winters itch. Would probably see periodical flareups, due to the body's way of storing excess and/or necessary substances. Some of this storage, is perhaps foreign to the body and gets released in many and various ways, and becomes active again, over and over, until the stored substances within the body are cleared away. This could account for the relapses, perhaps due to seasonal changes, weight changes, relationships, coupled with dietary habits.
In my # 28 post, on this blog, I mention a book "Resurrection", that from an unusual approach to health, just might be your "missing health link". Of course none of this might assist any but me, (we are all different) as my approach to correcting winters itch, would be, (or any other difficulty) a "spirit, soul and body" based protocol. Would probably use a vitamin/mineral product, along with cod liver oil and flax seed oil doing this crazy process.
The formulas shown are from my herbal library, and I've not used these as a formula as shown personally, but have used many in a formulation for other uses.
Anyway these were my thoughts on how I would approach winters itch, if I were subjected to it.

( added on at 7:30 pm)
Would start the "detox my body" protocol slowly. Doing an intense protocol on a body that may be compromised, energy and immune system wise, could some what back fire on you.

Normally I go full ahead with most protocols, a detox is an exception.
Need to NOT over do the detox until you see how your body responds to a detox. I would go slow with this for at least two weeks, and gradually increase my dosage.

Clean and Detox my body:
Dandelion root - Yellow Dock - Sarsaparilla root - Echinacea - Licorice root - Cayenne - Kelp-

Detox and Nurture my body:
Red Clover - Chaparral - Licorice root - Oregon Grape root - Prickly Ash bark - Buckthorn bark - Kelp -

Liver clean and tune up : Dandelion root - Cascara Sagrada bark - Licorice root - Celery seed - Cayenne - Wild Yam root -

Nerves and Glands tune up :
Goldenseal root - Gentian root - Chamomile Flowers - Blue Vervain - Dandelion root - Yellow Dock root - Skullcap - Wood Betony - Kelp - Cayenne - Saw Palmetta berries -

Skin Disorders correction:
Chaparral - Dandelion root - Burdock root - Licorice root - Echinacea - Yellow Dock root - Kelp - Cayenne -

Tonic for ongoing use:
Sarsaparilla - Siberian Ginseng - Blessed Thistle - Fo-Ti - Gotu Kola - Saw Palmetto berries - Licorice root - Kelp - Stillingia - Alfalfa - Cayenne -

Herb regular and latin names:
Alfalfa ( Medicago sativa),
Blessed thistle (Cerbenia benedicta),
Blue Vervain (Verbena hastata)
Buckthorn bark (Rhamnus frangula)
Burdock root (Arctium lappa)
Cascara Sagrada Bark (Rhamnus purshiana)
Cayenne (Capsicum annum)
Celery seed (Apium graveolens)
Chamomile flowers (Matricaria chamomilla)
Chaparral (Larrea divaricata)
DANDELIN root (Taraxacum officinale)
Echinacea root (Echinacea purpurea)
Fo-Ti (Polygonum multiflorum / ho-shou-wu)
Gentian root (Gentiana lutea)
GINSENG Siberian (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
Goldenseal root (Hydrastis canadensis)
Gotu Kola (Hydrocotyle asiatica)
Kelp (Laminaria, Macrocystis, Ascophyllum)
Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza glabra)
Oregon Grape root (Mahonia aquifolium)
Prickly Ash bark (Zanthoxylum americanum)
Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)
Sarsaparilla Root (Smilax officinalis)
Saw Palmetto berries (Serenoa repens-sabal)
SKULLCAP (Scutellaria lateriflora)
Stillingia (Stillingia sylvatica)
Wild Yam root (Dioscorea villosa)
Wood Betony (Stachys officinalis)
Yellow Dock root (Rumex crispus)