Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Healing is More Than Physical

I have a friend who recently confessed she has an autoimmune disorder. She hesitated to reveal this to people as she makes a career of helping people heal and improve their diets and has been a shining example of what living the Almost Vegan life will do for you. However, she bravely chose to reveal this in hopes that people would realize that her diet actually prevented her from subcumming to this disease earlier. You can read Amber's story HERE.

I can completely relate to this, as recently my health took a downturn, and I too, promote healthy living as a way to heal. However, as I've said many times, healing is physical, emotional and spiritual, and without balancing all three, illness will creep it's way in. Eating healthy and getting exercise is fantastic and will no doubt keep you healthy for a long time. Eventually though, if the underlying issues that caused you to be unhealhty in the first place are not addressed, at some point you will experience health issues again.

Therefore, I have decided to create a series of posts on the emotional and spiritual tools for getting healthy. This is where I'm at in my journey right now as well. I've been great at eating right, but when it comes to the other stuff it's been a challenge for me. I'll be discussing:

  • EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique)
  • Louise Hays "You Can Heal Your Life"
  • Meditation
  • The Violet Flame
  • Energy Healing Techniques
  • QiGong
  • Prayer
  • Visualization
  • Creativity
  • Tuning Forks
  • The Healing Codes
and so much more!!!


  1. Your outer world is a reflection of your inner world. Turmoil on the inside shows up as turmoil on the outside, it may be physical issues, finance issues, relationship issues, or all of the above. No matter how hard people try to ignore or hide from their inner self it can't be done. The answer to everything is going within, everything else is just a bandaid.

  2. Thank you so much for your kindness, Shanna. It's funny, a lot of people are telling me I'm "brave" and "courageous" - but I don't feel that way; I feel scared, stressed, sick, and sad. I have the food & fitness aspects down pat, like you said, but it's the "inner stuff" I struggle with, as I know I am incredibly hard on and unforgiving of myself, and I'm bad about self-blame (however misplaced) and negative self-talk. Looking forward to reading your series, and hopefully meeting up someone soon if I can get a break in my damn schedule! :)


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