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Two Feathers

At 57, I can relate. I have encountered the same kinds of issues. What has worked most effectively so far for me is:

1. Find an NES bio-energetics practitioner. A large part of my problem turned out to be that my subtle energy system (electromagnetic in nature) was not aligned right with earth’s electromagnetic grid. Your issues may be different; if so, their machine will identify them. It reads for wavelengths indicating specific viruses, organ issues, meridian issues, toxins, heavy metals, vitamin and mineral absorption problems, emotional patterns, and more. It nailed several specific issues I already had diagnosed – and a few I didn’t know about. Their solutions are elegant and effective: give the body the frequencies it needs to correct itself, imprinted into water. My mind cleared up tremendously on the very first day; I was really astonished! My physical energy improved a lot, too. Based on my experience, I think the NES bio-energetic technologies will be the medicine of the future.

2. Another, more low-tech, help is what are called “living” flower remedies, corrective energetic imprints from nature that help your physical, mental, and emotional bodies correct themselves. They too help correct your body’s energetic “misprogrammed software.” You would have to diagnose yourself, however, unless you hire a practitioner, so they’re a bit more trial-and-error. Ordinary flower remedies are helpful, but the “living” ones are taken from living flowers in the wild and then boosted – as a result they are much more powerful. You can take up to 5-6 at a time. Just put 4 drops in spring water and sip through the day. For indecision, try Scleranthus. For constant fatigue, Hornbeam. To get out of dreaminess and into action, try Clematis and Blackberry. For being too quickly discouraged, try Gentian. For faith in self, resilience, and courage, Penstemon. If, like me, you tend to downshift energetically in the face of stress (a pattern from childhood that may have kept you alive, it is not helping you now), try Tansy. There are hundreds more, and therapists using these as adjuncts to talk therapy are getting great results (Europeans are trying them more than Americans, to date). You can read case studies and learn everything you’d ever want to know about flower essences at The bible of flower essences, The Flower Essence Repertory, cross-referenced and searchable by keyword, is included with membership, which is about $25 a year. You can search articles on ADHD, any disorder or symptom, any word, any flower, and their database is massive.

I realize that vibrational medicine is a new paradigm for many people, so for whomever reads this, please try to keep an open mind. Unless you try something, how do you know it doesn’t work? I’m so glad I gave them a chance! Both these modalities have made a huge difference for me. The flower essences also work very well with animals, in my experience – horses, dogs, and cats – so I know it isn’t suggestibility causing the improvements. (Haven’t tried an animal on the NES machine, it’s pretty new, so I don’t know if anyone has yet.) Remember, folks, if we keep doing what we’ve always done, we keep getting what we’ve always gotten. Keep an open mind.

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