Can you find solutions to your health issues by googling?

let me measure your vibration If you have problems with your hair, your scalp, or with your skin, your teeth, you can research the internet for hours.

And you'll end up with a serious case of "learned helplessness" where you see that in a field where no one has the answer is all you can do is throw your hands up, or try everything and its opposite. All that knowledge will victimize you...

This could also apply to poor sleep, digestive issues, or lack of energy.

No one knows anything... Especially not what is correlation and what is causation... And people make up crap... really!

Now, why is that? It's not necessarily because they are evil.

It's more because we still know very little about our internal factory. Dr Joel Wallach, because of his special position of having been a veterinarian and a veterinarian who cut up and examined thousands of dead animals... but even he only knows what can be known given his experience.

And there is no budget to test, and even if you do, test that are objective are very hard to design.

I work with muscle testing while connected to Source... and I also feel what is happening... which makes me unique... I don't have to ask someone, I can just connect and know.

So what are you to do if you want to get well?

One path, Dr Joel Wallach's path has been to peddle nutritional products through Youngevity, products that promise to have you all the essential nutrients.

But what if you already have some specific problems, specific issues, that just eating right won't correct?

His radio show, where people call in, is how he both promotes youngevity and gives advice...

I, for one, cannot understand what he says... I have a feeling that he just wants to sell products.

In addition to that, I don't like his products. I don't like the price, I don't like the approach.

So what can you do?

I mean, that is the question on your mind, isn't it?

Before I knew that I was an empath, before I connected to Source, I did what everyone else did: I tried everything.

I've also read everything that Joel Wallach wrote.

What do I do today? Now that I have tools?

You see, that approach didn't take care of all my issues... not my hair loss, not my prematurely graying hair, not my digestive issues, not my sinus problems, not my mites problem, not my muscle and bone pain, not my poor sleep, not my teeth.

Given that no one knows, because no one can know, I turned to experiments, and I turned to learning smart questions to ask so muscle test can become useful

The problem with muscle test is that it has only two answers: yes, no. And then the "little bit", and the "this is a stupid question. Ask a better question" answer that is not so obvious.

So I have been asking questions about hair falling out, hair graying, hair too limp, skin issues, digestion, sinuses, why someone's knees would hurt, why someone has heartburn, mostly issues I deal with.

It does take many yes/no questions to get to an answer, but once you have the answer you know what to do, whereas if you read the articles... you don't.

What is becoming clearer and clearer to me, that there is a need for getting answers. Small answers, but authoritative answers.

I have been producing great overall results with the basic "big" lists:  your nutritional deficiencies list, and what foods you should be eating that are compatible with your body.

But even after someone gets those big lists, there are the small questions, what version of the supplement to take, what water to buy in the grocery store, and such.

Clients that don't mind asking me and paying me get better at a faster rate.

OK, this article has become quite unwieldy... So let me ask you a question: does it make sense to you that unless someone can advise you, for what you are dealing with your results will be questionable?

That one size fit all solutions are not good?

Let me know.

I want to make myself more widely available... but haven't decided how.

This is an experiment to see if people want it, and if I want to do it...

I have started to promote an offer, just about hair, for $5... It's a half price promotion, and I don't know if I can do it for just five bucks.

We shall see. The moment I find out that I can't... I'll pull it.

Apply the coupon code 5HAIR for $5 off

If this goes well, I'll expand the muscle testing services to other areas as well.

PS: Many people ask if I can teach them to do what I do.

The answer is yes and no.

I can teach you to muscle test something that you are connected to, something you can touch.

But I cannot teach you to be a True Empath who can connect to something remote and then muscle test it.

It's been also very hard to teach the mental process and the knowledge base that is required to muscle test about health... unless you are very well educated about health, the body, and supplements, etc.

My muscle testing course is available to all, and some of my students are getting good at muscle testing things that personally involves them.

Here is the link to the Muscle Testing course

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

1 thought on “Can you find solutions to your health issues by googling?”

  1. Yes, it makes sense that unless someone can advise you, that one’s results will be questionable.
    There cannot be a one-size fits all solution to proper nutrition.

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