I went grocery shopping today on my own. I was carrying some 20 lbs of groceries up the steps to get home.
I ran into Leo, my musician friend. I explained to him that carrying those 20 lbs of groceries illustrated to me what it was like to climb the steps a year ago, when I was about 20 lbs heavier. In 18 months I shed 40 lbs.
He said: Losing 40 pounds is hard work.
I said "no it isn't..." He wanted to know how, and I told him that is what I get paid the big bucks for. He laughed, but it got me thinking. Continue reading "Reframing: is losing weight hard? is it hard work? or is it something else?"
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. Continue reading "Can you find solutions to your health issues by googling?"
My reviews on health, supplements, and nutrition, practitioners, systems, modalities are based on a little knowledge and a lot of muscle testing. Same with my nutritional consultation.
I am not a doctor, I am not a nutritionist, I am not a pharmacist... I am a True Empath, an avid reader, and a very diligent muscle tester. I also test some stuff on myself. To the tune of thousands of dollars worth of stuff a year.
I also test on clients: it is never intentional, but it is often a test nevertheless. Watching, observing evaluating, learning new things.
The hardest thing to test is: why something won't work. Why? Because if you ask stupid questions, you'll get stupid answers.
The art of asking questions is to get to the cause... to the root. Continue reading "Disclaimer… Who am I to guide you in your quest to health? The Truth Method"