I want to share a video with you, but I am reluctant to do so because, like any sane person, I fear your judgement.
In this video I share an experience from my childhood that has shaped my life and continues to do so. This particular childhood experience challenged my sense of the world and how I perceived myself.
The videographer asked me to talk about my background and how I got started in this work. Before I knew it, I was sharing something deeply private and protected for decades. As I spoke, I wondered whether to censor myself or to speak as frankly as I could.
I let the cat out of the bag. It’s out and on video now.
So, the question remains should I share it or not?
“Why share? What are you hoping to accomplish by doing so?” These are the questions I would ask of a client in a similar situation.
I realize the deeper motivation has to do with being transparent and allowing you to see my composition. I feel that sharing this video frees me from masks that I want to shed. In sharing it,
I am willing to live my truth, to be visible in it, and most importantly, I want you to know that about me!
I want to open a dialogue that goes beyond the gossipy, belittling snapchats and hear about soul journeys that live outside of homogenised realities. I want real conversations with you because I know there are things in your life that make you different.
I hope we are willing to hear different life stories. If you are, thank you.
In my last blog post, I wrote about exploring your family inheritances and cleaning your bloodline. In today’s post I would like to continue delving into the theme of blood and sharing a few easy practices for cleaning your actual blood.
If you are ready, here we go! Please note: if you have any medical issues or health concerns please consult your doctor. These techniques listed below are there to open the doors to possible alternatives for inviting more health into your life.
- Oxygen therapy: Our bodies love breathing and do it naturally all day long, which is great news because breathing oxygenates the blood, and oxygen is a natural destroyer of harmful bacteria, pathogens and viruses. Oxygenating the blood through breathing exercises increases the amount of oxygen available in the blood to create health in the body.
Breathing deeply or incorporating specific breathing exercises into your daily life can vastly improve your overall health. I have shared some favourite breathing exercises here in a previous post, but want to add this little number for your immediate breathing pleasure.
Find a comfortable position to sit in. Quiet your body and mind for a few minutes. Now begin to become aware of your breath. Just observe. You don’t have to breathe deeply or expand your lungs. Watch and listen to your breath. Feel your chest rising and falling. Allow yourself to have an open mind to learn about your breath. As you continue with this exercise, you may notice that you pause between breaths. That is perfectly fine. We pause between breaths. These pauses are my favourite part of the breathing exercises because they feel unlimited and I feel like I could dive deeper and deeper into the quiet that comes with them.
Do this little exercise for a few minutes and make a note of any changes in the quality of your thoughts or being. I would highly recommend this exercise upon waking and before going to sleep. If you feel daring, commit to doing this for a month. See what happens.
If you’re interested, you can purchase oxygen in a stabilized form to add to your drink or just sniff a couple of drops at a time to boost your blood!
- Visualization: Imagine a shower of the brightest, whitest light whooshing through your blood, cleansing and energizing your body and being. You can sit to do this exercise or imagine it whilst at the office or at yoga, anywhere works.
- Ultraviolet Photoluminescence (UVP): This therapy uses light energy (photons) to illuminate and irradiate the blood. I get these treatments regularly myself. A small amount of blood is taken out of your body (just like they do for blood tests) and then passed through a UV laser before being returned into the body. My body experienced a huge burn trauma a few years ago and this is one of the therapies I use to keep my body infection-free and for building my very depressed immune system. If you would like more information, check it out here.
- Ozone (O₃): Used to treat infections, wounds and multiple diseases, O3‘s effectiveness has been well-documented. Ozone is known to treat as many as 114 diseases. Medical O₃ is used to disinfect and to treat disease. It is used to destroy bacteria, viruses, fungi, yeast and protozoa, and boost the immune system. Again, I have had treatments of Ozone therapy to support my body’s healing.
You can also use ozone generators to clean the air at home or in your office. Breathe deeply and fill your body with ozone infused air.
More info on all things ozone here.
- Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide: I want to include food grade (it has to be food grade!) hydrogen peroxide in this list. Hydrogen peroxide has long been used to clean wounds and rebalance diseased bodies. Hydrogen peroxide is water with an extra oxygen molecule which bacteria do not like. So, adding this to a list of blood cleaners is a no-brainer.
I would highly recommend that you research this topic thoroughly before using any of these therapies. The 1 Minute Cure by Madison Cavanaugh is an informative and instructive resource.
I am providing the above list for you to use at your discretion. It is an invitation to explore alternatives that are available for many ailments that cross our collective paths. There is a happy medium that allows bacteria, viruses and pathogens to co-exist within our bodies and the keys to creating that happy existence are oxygen and blood.
Cleaning your blood using your consciousness and the techniques listed above allows us to stay ahead of the curve in healthy, happy bodies.
Now, your turn. Does your body need support? Have you tried adding breathing exercises to your healing regimen? Have your tried other therapies to clean the blood? Join in the conversation with us on Facebook and Twitter. If you’re looking for more support in achieving radiant health, get in touch with me here.
What’s the story of your bloodline? Do you have tales of ancestors who were courageous or murderous? Do you notice emotional or psychological traits in your family that have hindered them? Do you find yourself becoming more and more like a family member or being compared to an ancient aunt or uncle?
When we speak about our bloodlines we are speaking of our genetics and the histories that compose our particular clan. Stories of love, shame, loss, revenge, heroism, and even murder are passed from generation to the next through our bodies and blood. We accept this inheritance from our ancestors, warts and all, without ever questioning it. We don’t question the depression that we feel or the fear of failure that dwells in our hearts. We don’t ask: “Is this depression mine or have I inherited it from someone? Is there a pattern of fearing failure in my family? Do I want to pass on this trait to the next generation?”
When I look at my own bloodline, I can see dusty farms, hard working men and women, warriors, the occasional wife beater, bright shiny ones lost in struggle, jokers and poets. I see a mix of nature and nurture raging and spewing; choices not made and choices lost due to circumstances making for a broad mixture of traits for me to inherit.
Thinking of my ancestors makes me feel heavy and straitjacketed at times. I can empathize with their struggles and triumphs and the lessons learned but I want to do more than empathize. I want to be able to choose the good habits and behaviours from the bad ones.
For example, I wonder what clearing an age old pattern of destruction (alcoholism) that has traveled lifetime after lifetime would look like for me and my family? In your family, it could be anything from clearing depression to poverty to arrogance – these themes entwine us all one way or another.
Desiring to clean our bloodline opens the door to examining and understanding our roots and what tethers us to negative outcomes or moves us towards winning ways. We get to dive in and explore our personal histories and begin to consciously reset past habits and behaviours by choosing actions and thoughts that create health and wellness; and we, in turn, become lighter beings.
Want to dive in and clean your blood with me? Here is how I do it.
Before you do this exercise, read through it a few of times to familiarise yourself with the steps. Ready?
Here we go:
Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths.
Give yourself a moment to shift your awareness from the outside to the inside.
Now on your next breath ask your inner voice/your Higher Self to show you an inheritance that you have that is hindering your well-being.
Sit quietly and pay attention to what you perceive in your mind’s eye. You may sense something or feel something. You may see images or memories flash. Keep observing until you sense the hindrance.
Now take a look at this inheritance and ask yourself: how is it affecting you particularly? What triggers this inheritance in you?
Once you know what the inheritance is and its energy, ask your Higher Self to show you what this inheritance looks like in your DNA.
Again, listen and observe.
Trust your intuition and refrain from judging what you are perceiving.
You may see an image or a double helix with a dark spot. Whatever form it takes for you, just go with it.
Ask your Higher Self to laser the inheritance out of the DNA using the brightest, whitest light.
Keep lasering the white light until you feel or see a shift in the DNA.
Take a deep breath and open your eyes.
Write down what you experienced.
Did you gain any insights into your behaviour or situation? If you experienced difficulties with this exercise, please don’t fret. This may be a new way to interact with your consciousness and so it may take a few more attempts to become fluid in perceiving what is happening inside you. When I first started doing these exercises in consciousness™ I thought I was making things up but over time I noticed that if I quieted my mind and just observed what my subconscious was showing me, things began to make sense.
Now it’s your turn. What histories are you carrying that you would like to release? How did you find this exercise? Was it easy or complicated? I use exercises like these in my work with people as a tool to expand consciousness. If you would like me to guide you in a consciousness expansion exercise, click here.