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Ray of Light
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Hi All

I've been going through a particularly challenging time of late and have been seeking out things to try and help / recover with no success. I've been using quite a few different Australian bush flower essences but with the exception of the Emergency Essence they all have had negative effects so I've decided to stop them all.

I was doing a meditation yesterday and got a very strong feeling / message that "everything I need to heal is within me." If felt like a very clear and precise message. Trouble is, I don't really know what this means. My problem is that I'm very much a 'take action' person - there's a problem, I research the possible cures and go for it. And usually fail and make things worse (as in the flower essences).

I have seen / read this "everything you need to heal is within you" before you on various sites etc. But there's no advice / guidance as to what this really means in practice. Perhaps it means actually not doing anything, except looking after yourself, and hopefully it works out but that seems very vague to me.

Ray

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amy green
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If you find doing nothing is not helping you, I am wondering if you have tried creative manifestation. I am suggesting it here in case you haven't. You may be familiar with it. Basically it is a focused process of truly visualising a situation (in your case, your body healed) and then surrendering it to the powers that be to help make it manifest. There is a procedure to it (i.e. what makes it more effective and what can hinder it). I could supply more info on this if need be or you could search further for yourself. It has been successful for so many people!

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"past life trauma" - well, I have one of those to deal with as well which has showed up in this lifetime as one hell of a phobia which was triggered at the tender age of 5. I tried cognitive behaviour therapy which made the situation worse to the extent I could barely function. This is an example of me trying to sort things and making it worse. Following the CBT I had six sessions of hypnotherapy which got the phobia down to a point I could cope with it with my usual coping mechanisms. I also saw a medium who explained that this had all come from a past life death at the age of 5 - the same age as a situation here triggered it. Anyway, it's more manageable now.

Yes, I have accepted the trauma (not related to the phobia) done that much EFT and TAT on forgiveness, acceptance and on and on. In terms of the 'letting it go' view, I figure that if my body wants to hang onto the trauma, that's up to it - in my mind, I'm more than ready to move on. I'm kinda hoping that with all the work I've put into healing from it over the last ten years that maybe one day the physical will catch up with the mental/emotional.

Ray

It seems as if you have much on your plate and being sensitive just takes the biscuit doesn't it lol.

I don't think in the long term that any natural treatment / therapy will make your condition worse, it may appear to somehow bring more rawness to the fore but these things have to surface don't they.

I feel for you I do, life doesn't seem to be easy for average Joe nowadays let alone people dealing with trauma's / phobias.

Sometimes as you say that if the body wants to hang on to it then so be it and I am ready to move on regardless is a healthy sign, however as you know the mind-body are not separate, it's just that certain aspects take longer to heal / integrate .. it's rare for instantaneous results where someone feels ready to move on from something and one severs every connection to that something . I suppose it boils down to how deep the connection was .. The deeper the wound the longer it takes to heal as the saying goes.

The work you have put in over the years is never lost and nothing is a waste of time, you were doing the best you can working with what you have at your disposal at the time .

It took me 10 years to work through my stuff and I would say everything I did helped.

I am not sure what physical symptoms you still have left so to speak even though your mindful of letting all of it go, but I must emphasise a huge combination / dose of the B vits / liver, yeast .. if you are suffering any anxiety effects from the trauma.

Addressing the stress on one's glands is paramount.

I used to pray for strength everyday also just to get through the day .. when you are down on your knees the only way is up lol.

I remember my mum saying to me about mental patients once upon a time were given huge doses of B vits instead of other medicines in some kind of trial in the 70's (I think) ..

Even Hubbard had a detox b vit / niacin programme to ween people off of drug abuse, I wouldn't underestimate their benefits.

People need so much more of them these days just for normal day to day experiences..

What also helped with my overload of energy / sensitivity I became a lot kinder with myself and ruled out a lot of situations / environments that I didn't resonate with ..

It wasn't running away from situations, it was rather more acknowledging my energy and honouring that instead of not .

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NICE_1
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If you find doing nothing is not helping you, I am wondering if you have tried creative manifestation. I am suggesting it here in case you haven't. You may be familiar with it. Basically it is a focused process of truly visualising a situation (in your case, your body healed) and then surrendering it to the powers that be to help make it manifest. There is a procedure to it (i.e. what makes it more effective and what can hinder it). I could supply more info on this if need be or you could search further for yourself. It has been successful for so many people!

Its really another type of mind-magic-alchemic process that aids transformation.

A lot of healers including myself when working on patients use the mind in the way you described above.

Betty shine wrote a book about mind-magic where you would create your own sanctuary in your mind and heal yourself with imagination.

It's just as powerful as the next thing ..

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Ray of Light
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Hi Amy, do you have any good links on creative manifestation, I'll certainly look into it?

NICE1:
It seems as if you have much on your plate and being sensitive just takes the biscuit doesn't it lol.

It sure does, I thought my sensitivity would get better as I became older and got more life under my belt, but it would seem not.

I suppose it boils down to how deep the connection was .. The deeper the wound the longer it takes to heal as the saying goes.

I definitely see my life in two parts; before the event and after it.

I must emphasise a huge combination / dose of the B vits / liver, yeast .. if you are suffering any anxiety effects from the trauma.

Funnily enough I've just tried B vits but I couldn't tolerate them; gave me stomach pain, I even tried sublingual but that had the same effect. I've noticed in the last six months or so supplements which I've taken for years I've suddenly become sensitive to. The one thing I do rely on is magnesium.

What also helped with my overload of energy / sensitivity I became a lot kinder with myself and ruled out a lot of situations / environments that I didn't resonate with.

Agree with that, I've become much better at being kind to myself. I figure that if life is going to be so tough on me I'm not going to add to that.

Ray

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amy green
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Hi Amy, do you have any good links on creative manifestation, I'll certainly look into it?
Ray

Doing a google search with the words 'creative manifestation' will supply you with many sites on this. I read "The Quantum Gods" by Jeff Love which is an excellent, detailed description of this process....maybe overly detailed since the process can be done with less conditions. I have also read Shakti Gawain's book on this "Creative Visualisation" which gives many kinds of exercises and is at the other end of the spectrum, i.e. slightly simplistic.

If you find this topic inspires you, I could certainly PM you with my brief notes on what would help this process to succeed and what is known to hinder it.

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I'm always stress and depressed , I've been thinking so many problems but one of my friend told me to try yoga for healing , It helps relax and think clearly. I have no interest in doing yoga before but it's like meditation, my body, mind and soul is so relaxed. , It change the way i handle problems like before, i can't post the link because im new , just remove the spaces... bestyogaforyou dott com

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Wow, it sounds like you need a cleansing stone. Have you ever used a clear quartz or selenite? I have heard the same message from my shaman who gave me a selenite charging plate to meditate with.
That was 20 years ago ...

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Ericbronson
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I have two words for you, Kyle Cease. Google him. That voice you heard within you is right. I'm not an expert at it but he's helped me immensely. Just watch his free videos on youtube and if it resonates, you know what to do. 1luv

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