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Health & Frequency Tools

Health & Frequency Tools

Health & Frequency Tools

By Dr. Valerie Olmsted

 

When working on putting together a product with specific healing frequencies, things don't always turn out to be of the sort you might expect. These types of frequencies have to do with going way beyond our Third Dimension physical bodies. Of course, these DO have a healing effect on the physical body, but they are not primarily used for that. It's more like a side effect of the frequencies, the kind of side effect we really like.

It's all Quantum-Physics-World-of-the-Small colliding with Newtonian-Physics-World-of-the-Large type stuff. You could think of it as a kind of segue with a snowball effect. Starting off warm and fuzzy, it just feels good...then it hurts, which can cause one to remove the product for a bit to allow the body to deal with the changes. Like sitting on a limb and cutting off circulation for too long, the restored energy gives a 'pins n' needles' effect before really walloping the nervous system. Some people may feel this as pain and other people may get rampant diarrhea for a few days. It all depends on what the blockage was and how much energy it takes to remove it.

 

The good thing about using frequency-infused products is this: if it hurts, you can take it off and then the pain stops. If you have what seems to be a detrimental effect with some of the products, it really is just a detox reaction. The frequencies help the body/mind/spirit kick out whatever is causing a problem; sometimes that can be painful or an annoyance. Sometimes nightmares concerning things from the past surface, primarily so the conscious mind can work through them now. Nowhere are strange side-effects more prevalent than in a frequency-infused health product. During the initial stages of experimentation with a new set of frequencies, I placed a set of spa stones containing health frequencies on either side of my 12 year old cat. He had a lot of serious injuries (due to being extremely brave). Moist weather has had him complaining about those old injuries quite a bit. It took all of about 15 seconds for him to notice that something was definitely up. He examined those stones excitedly, sniffer going crazy, and plopped down with one at his back and the other in front of him. Grabbing at the one in front, he finally got it pulled in tight to his chest and settled down with a purr. When I had to remove the stones to use them on a friend, both cats ran over and looked at the friend, meowing something very important at us. When I put the stones back on the chair, the other cat claimed them, leaving the warrior-cat feeling displaced. The minute she left, the little guy jumped right back onto those stones and refused to move...for hours. Gee, do you think there might be some pretty important health frequencies in those stones?

 

If you are unfamiliar with cat behavior, let me elucidate: cats are extremely energy-sensitive. They will go a long way to find just the right kind of energy spot to settle in. Cats also heal themselves with their purrs, several frequencies of which have been shown to effectively heal bone, muscle and lung...of ALL creatures, not just cats. Veterinarians have an old saying: "Place a sack of broken bones in a room with a purring cat and the bones will be healed." I guess you could say my cats are my unofficial barometers; if they really like the frequencies, they have to be good!

 

©2021 Dr. Valerie Olmsted All Rights Reserved Worldwide

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder

By Dr. Valerie Olmsted

 

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is appropriately named as it does indeed make one very sad...to the point of suicide or homicide in many cases. It is a problem in the brain, related to melatonin and serotonin production. Although the cause is 'not known', it seems fairly obvious that lack of sunlight leads to lack of melatonin, which upsets the sleep/wake cycle and messes up all of the hormones of the body. Since hormones are tiny little packets that carry an extremely powerful punch, a lack thereof could become a big problem very quickly.

 

The basic problem that brings on SAD is lack of sunlight, but it can also occur at change of seasons when the sudden increase in light shocks the body. For those folks, neurological system and circadian rhythms go completely awry. The symptoms of SAD are depression, anxiety, withdrawal, lack of energy, excessive sleeping and carbohydrate cravings--which lead to obesity. For those living in northern climates, where overcast skies and rain are common for a long time, Seasonal Affective Disorder is quite common. Most people in such areas are aware that using full-spectrum light bulbs can keep the disease at bay. Supplementing with melatonin and the appropriate amino acids also helps chase away those winter blues.

 

What the mainstream medical mafia (BigMed) is loathe to admit--due to being in bed with BigPharma--is that all pharmaceuticals, including over the counter medications, processed foods, food additives, alcohol, tobacco and recreational drugs, have a tendency to use up serotonin levels in the gut. The intestines are where 95% of our serotonin stores exist (not the brain). Instead of advising people to supplement with the appropriate amino acids, the medical mafia would prefer to put people on SSRI's (Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors), all of which have some pretty nasty side-effects, and none of which actually take care of the cause. In fact, they make it worse! Yeah, get'chere SSRI snake oil right here, folks, for the mere cost of your health, happiness and life savings!

 

With the plethora of light solutions available now, from LED's to full-spectrum fluorescent light bulbs (which are actually 92% of sunlight spectrum), plus specific phototherapy units made to treat this disorder, there is no reason for people to have to suffer this debilitating condition. Treatment could be as simple as taking melatonin and using light therapy every day. Naturopathic physicians and holistic MD's and DO's are happy to assist patients in finding natural cures for this problem. Look for a doctor who is aware of the neurotransmitter depletion problem as well as how to treat it with the right blend of amino acids.

 

Winter does not have to be dreaded in this day and age. Search for the right combination of helpful therapies for your body, mind, and spirit and then use them as soon as the weather starts to change...and keep using them as long as needed. Take charge of your life and your happiness now. Research all of the latest developments and choose what is best for you; don't leave it all up to the medical professionals. It's your body, your life, and you are the one responsible for what happens to you, so treat yourself with respect...and love.         

 

©2021 Dr. Valerie Olmsted All Rights Reserved Worldwide

Inspired Wellness: One Breath at a Time

Inspired Wellness: One Breath at a Time

Inspired Wellness: One Breath at a Time (GHWC)

By Luna Moon

 

Our body can go days without water, weeks without food yet only minutes without air. Oxygen is vital to our immediate survival and our overall wellness. There is an oxygen deficiency related to all diseases. Our body needs oxygen to absorb nutrients and remove waste products. Carbon dioxide, a natural byproduct of respiration, is a toxin to our bodies and must be expelled.

 

The body does breathe on its own, but it is common for us to unknowingly restrict our breathing. Because we breathe multiple times per minute, improving the mechanism even slightly will dramatically increase the efficiency of our respiration. Increased oxygen intake will mean better health for skin and internal organs. It will improve processes such as circulation, digestion, elimination, and immune function.

 

Breathing is free and something you already do. Therefore, developing better habits with your breath is a time and cost-effective way to improve your health. Only you can do this for yourself! Your breathing provides information about the state of your wellness, and you can use your breath to make adjustments for your well-being. Becoming familiar with your breath will help you listen and respond to your body’s needs

 

When you first start exploring your breath, try doing it at night in bed. Your bedtime efforts will set into motion more productive breathing during sleep, and you will reap the benefits while you snooze. You may initially feel a little light-headed as you begin delivering more oxygen to your brain—another reason to start while lying down.

 

Spend a few minutes focusing on your breathing. Is your breath smooth or choppy? Are your stomach, ribs and chest moving? Full, rhythmic breaths create natural undulations that massage deep muscles and internal organs. If only your chest is moving, your body is breathing like it is in a stress dynamic. Relax into your breath. Try to get your stomach to rise and fall. With a deep inhalation, ideally the upper ribs expand out to the sides.

 

Notice if you are breathing through your nose or mouth. Breathing through the nose filters, moistens and warms air. Are you breathing through both nostrils? Keeping nasal passages open will help optimize your breathing. A neti pot, steaming sinuses with eucalyptus and/or using a nebulizer are all good tools in assisting to keep nasal passages free of congestion. Avoiding foods that create sinus congestion is also helpful.

 

How many breaths do you take per minute? Usually, it is optimal to take fewer, deeper breaths. Many shallow breaths mimic a stress pattern like the rapid breathing associated with our “fight or flight” response. This is meant to be a short-term reaction to a temporary threat, but many of us are unconsciously in this heightened state of vigilance indefinitely, which is a huge drain on our bodies. Deep breaths are a great way to disengage a stressed state.

 

Do you pause between inhales and exhales? Pauses are wasted time spent straining against your body’s natural rhythm, when you could be taking in oxygen and releasing carbon dioxide. Sometimes called “circular breathing”, practice letting inhales and exhales flow into one another without stopping as espoused by the Himalayan Institute.

 

Look at your inhale to exhale ratio. Are they about even? Emphasizing inhales is an exercise that can increase your energy and improve your mood. Many healing breath modalities utilize manipulating breathing rate and/or depth for specific purposes. In general, try balancing your inhales and exhales without pauses as your daily rhythm. From there, you can experiment with different patterns of breathing and see how your body responds.

 

Take breaks throughout the day to breathe deeply and calm your mind. When stressed, we tend to restrain our breathing more. Take a few breaths to center and focus yourself before a discussion, a presentation, an encounter with your boss or a stressful phone call.  Before eating, prepare your body for digestion by taking a couple of conscious breaths.  Whenever in doubt about what your body needs, take some deep breaths. The oxygen to your brain will help with clarity and may be exactly what is needed to correct an imbalance.

 

Interestingly, “inspiration” is defined as both “the inhalation of air into the lungs” and “divine influence exerted directly on the human mind and soul”. This aligns with my working hypothesis that our body and soul merge in breath. Inspired = in spirit. For me, the body is miraculous and sacred. I treasure it as a gift to be enjoyed, respected and treated with great care. Breath is a life-sustaining force and can be used as a gateway to exploring the spiritual side of our physicality. As optimized breathing strengthens our bodies, we’ll have a greater capacity for our spiritual pursuits.

 

Deepen your experience with your breath by making simple improvements to your breathing. Start expanding your capacity for inspiration. Ease yourself into inspired wellness by letting your amazing body do its magic, one breath at a time.

 

A Common Sense Approach to Healing

A Common Sense Approach to Healing

A Common Sense Approach to Healing

 by Dr. Valerie Olmsted                                                                   

Are you confused about the best methods of healing and how to use them? Do you even know where to start in your healing journey? Perhaps this article will assist you, not only to find the best approach, but also to prioritize your direction. There are a few important things to consider: common sense, finances, and desire. So before jumping onto the latest trendy “miracle cure”, let’s start with the basics.

                                                                       

The biggest, most important, most overlooked area of any healing journey is common sense. While it may seem a rather simple thing to some, it is completely lacking in far too many people—including doctors—at this time in our evolution. Added to that is the sheer abundance of lies, cover-ups, half-truths, quest for money, propaganda, and manipulation being foisted upon an unsuspecting public by the complicit media. But we won’t get into all that here.

                                                                       

The bottom line is this: YOU are responsible for your own life, and that includes your health. Now, more than ever, it’s important to research not only the issues you’re dealing with, but also the actual facts concerning any treatments and medical disciplines. Start by refusing to believe every new supplement or modality that happens to be trending at the moment. Look into it, read what others who’ve tried it have to say about it, look for any research that has been published. All that is pretty easy with the seemingly infinite amount of information at our fingertips now.

                                                                       

There’s another area most people tend to miss: finding the right doctor for you. When you think you’ve found a good one, ask for an interview appointment. You’re worth spending a little money on investigation when it comes to your life, aren’t you? Choose your doctor as if your life depends on it...because it does. During the interview, ask the doctor about his/her philosophy of health and what kind of relationship is standard with patients? If that doctor is the dictatorial type, exit quickly. If the doctor realizes he/she works FOR you, as a member of your health team, you’ve got a winner. Ask if holistic health is something they are willing to work with. Ask what their particular specialities are (I like to joke that I’m ready for my 2nd childhood, as my doctor is dual board certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics). Maybe you’d also like to know just how much of a fighter that doctor is; will they fight for your rights and do what is right? If you’re just a paycheck to them, run away...fast. Anyone dealing with severe health issues needs a doctor who will do everything they can to help them with whatever difficult illness or injury they are facing. Some docs seem to forget THAT is why they get ‘the big bucks.’

                                                                       

There are several disciplines of medicine from which to choose a licensed physician; it just depends on the issue at hand and how you want to approach it. Once you have found the right physician for you and obtained your diagnosis, you have your starting point on the map of your healing journey. Next, discuss where you want to get to, so that point can be mapped as well. In between there could be several paths leading to that, some straight through and some tortuously circuitous. This brings us to the next common sense point: what are you willing to do to get to the desired destination?

                                                                       

What ARE you willing to do to be healed and healthy? No program—no matter how famous the doctor is or how amazing the program—will work if you’re not willing to do it. This is where knowing yourself, and being honest with both yourself and your physician, is of paramount importance. Most allopathic (MD) doctors don’t have to deal with that as much as naturopathic (ND/NMD) docs. The reason behind that has to do with what kind of tools and tricks are in the medical bag of that discipline. For instance, if you’re a person who is terrified of needles and can’t handle pain, acupuncture is obviously not going to work, because it will be avoided, right? By the way, you can get laser acupuncture, but it might be more expensive since the practitioner has to stand there doing it. With normal acupuncture the patient lays there with needles in for about 45 minutes, while the practitioner is off elsewhere puncturing other patients accurately. If you’re the type that has been on scads of pharmaceuticals for years and want to go off, but can’t seem to take the replacement nutraceuticals so you’re safe, then promising the doctor you’ll do it (while failing to keep that promise) is a really bad idea. We’re talking common sense here; be honest with yourself.

Now let’s say you have found a physician you like and have come home with renewed hope. Maybe there’s a pile of nutraceuticals in the bag, along with instructions of how, with what, and when to take said supplements. Along with the hope of healing, is there also the urge to hurry it up? If so, stop right there, read and repeat this out loud: “Just because SOME is good, does not mean MORE is BETTER.” The body systems are meant to work in harmony. Too much of something can be worse than nothing, due to throwing off the balance in one system, which then unbalances other systems of the body. Follow the plan that has been laid out for your particular circumstances. Give that plan a chance to work.

                                                                       

Another problem that can destroy a good plan has to do with whatever the favorite health information source has put out lately. Most supplement articles go into great detail of all the fantastic things that a particular substance can do. Even the best nutraceutical is not the ideal thing to take when added to other supplements in the plan indiscriminately. In fact, some substances can react badly when combined with others, as well as inactivate each other. Many minerals compete for the same binding sites, so when taken together, the desired effect is lost. Some drugs and natural supplements are also affected by foods, grapefruit being the most common problem item.

                                                                       

The bottom line here is that common sense is required of both physician AND patient; please keep that in mind. Do the research on both the health issues as well as any drugs or nutraceuticals suggested. The body is an

incredible creation that is meant to heal itself. Remove the obstacles to healing, cleanse and nurture the body, and it will indeed heal, in most cases.

                                                                       

To your health, Dr. Val

 

©2021 Dr. Valerie Olmsted All Rights Reserved Worldwide

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