If you've not considered herbs as a personal healing modality, give it a try. They are wonderful in healing all sorts of standard life ailments. For chronic illness, you'd need to consult a master herbalist.
In this video Simon Mills talks about healing with herbs and the way you can approach healing yourself.
He also has a website, Herbal Reality, where you can take a quiz (if anything's troubling you), and they will give you information about the condition and herbs you can use to begin to heal.
Overwhelmed all the time? Running yourself ragged, never caught up? This guided meditation will help you:
The guided meditation concludes with a few positive affirmations.
Each time you listen, you will gain new insight and understanding, know more of what you need to do to make your life as you like it.
It is recommended you listen with the intention of knowing your deepest truth. Only in knowing your deepest truth can you know what changes you want to make.
When making changes, be gentle with yourself. Get a planner. Organize yourself. Determine priorities. Take small steps. Stay focused. Keep going until you achieve what you want.
The lovely voice of Moxie LaBouche will guide you along with beautiful music.
The guided meditation is about 33 minutes. 10 minutes of just music follow. If you can, continue to listen as a way to stabilize the positive energies.
Headphones are recommended.
Available everywhere, including www.audiobooks.com
Anxious? Rattled? Scattered? This guided meditation will help you:
Each time you listen your focus may be different; you will gain more clarity, understanding, begin to feel more solid in your life, experience more peace and well-being.
The sweet voice of Joette Emerton will guide you along with beautiful music.
The guided meditation is about 35 minutes. 15 minutes of just music follow. If you can, continue to listen as a way to stabilize the energies.
Headphones are recommended.
Available everywhere, including audiobooks.com
I stumbled upon this YouTube video by Monk Nick. It is about the advice his mother gave him when he was going through protracted difficult times.
Basically, she said, life is tough. Things happen. There is karma. Life is "salty." We can't do much about things that happen. So, what do you do with all that salt? You add water.
You do good things. And keep doing good things. And that dilutes the salt. It balances things out. The pain lessens. I find this to be excellent advice.
Here Mooji offers a way to to deal with a super busy mind. Essentially, it's pulling back and beginning to observe thoughts that go through your mind, rather than identifying with them, allowing yourself to engage and extend them. Not easy to do, especially when there is an overwhelming amount of thoughts, but even the effort produces results.
Of course, it's best if we train ourselves regularly to begin to see our thoughts as the product of our human personality and not necessarily the truth about how things are. Beyond the thoughts and feelings of our human personality is our essential self, our soul self. Our soul self sees things from a different perspective, a much higher, comprehensive perspective. From that perspective our thoughts are seen in the right light -- as passing human thoughts.
When you pull back and see your thoughts as a passing human perspective, you gain peace.
Of course, that's the purpose of meditation -- to pull back and see things from soul perspective, come to a place where you understand yourself to be spirit also, not just as a human in this physical reality. Besides gaining clarity about a difficult situation, you gain peace.
In this little talk, Mooji explains really well how to do this.