March 2024 Issue 216

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    Editor's Letter

    Let’s talk about pain

    I have a good friend who has been in physical pain for some years now. He is in so much pain that he cannot sit, stand or walk unassisted. When I ask about his pain he says wisely ‘…it is the agonising, confining, yet ultimately liberating portal through which we become. Form comes and goes, it is ever transient. But while we're in it, it is most important that we recognise the tasks and challenges we have put there ourselves. The challenges that hide their equivalent growth and power if we have but the honesty, courage and sincerity to take them on, no holding back.’

    There are many who suffer from physical pain without a medical explanation or an obvious cause.

    Seven of nine patients with functional dysmenorrhea (painful menstrual periods), who obtained little or no relief following a wide variety of symptomatic and endocrine therapy, were completely relieved of their menstrual cramps and discomfort following the use of hypnosis either by itself or with hypnoanalysis and age regression (Kroger & Freed, 1943).

    Endometriosis has been linked to childhood physical and sexual abuse, according to findings published in the journal Human Reproduction (Human Reproduction, 2018).

    This brings us to emotional pain. We seek our happiness, yet find our unhappiness in relationships. This predicament frequently arises from a lack of awareness, where we become wholly consumed by our thoughts and emotions. In the throes of such emotional intensity, we not only experience pain; we become it.

    Eckard Tolle refers to this as the pain body: ‘Old accumulated emotion that lives in us as an emotional field, an entity. Inner thought is an entity, or an energy formation. A being that you give birth to. It’s life depends on yours. In deep unconsciousness and in mental illness, the mind can be completely taken over by the little thought entities and the mind is occupied (possessed) by these thoughts that pretend to be you.’

    Remaining spiritually vigilant and alert is crucial for personal growth. By maintaining a background awareness in our daily lives, we can avoid being consumed by fleeting thoughts and emotions, preventing us from becoming solely identified with our pain. In our newsletter coming out soon, I will discuss ancestral trauma and pain.

    But now, let's delve into different manifestations of pain: from bowel inflammation to the emotional anguish experienced during panic attacks, divorce, and the end-of-life journey (Eye of the Soul). Alongside, we bring you uplifting content on brain nourishment, herbal remedies for pets, techniques to alleviate anxiety, and the intriguing origins of energy medicine. Enjoy the read, and don't hesitate to keep the correspondence flowing. It enriches both our minds and souls!

    Yours in Healthy Living

    Daleen Full Signature Daleen Totten

    Unlocking the Power of Enzymes

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    Enzymes are ubiquitous in nature over 5 000 have been discovered and they make life possible. Without them biochemical processes would come to a halt, with a pile-up of toxins and other chemicals in the body. Through their action the chemical processes in the body move very rapidly and efficiently. Energy is produced, toxins removed, digestion occurs efficiently, wounds heal, blood is prevented from clotting and thousands of other reactions occur within and outside the cells.

    Ageing – choice or chance?

    By |2024-06-04T16:07:06+00:00March 20th, 2024|

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    Ageing is any change in an organism over time - a multidimensional process of physical, psychological, and social change. Reaction time may slow with age, while knowledge of world events and wisdom may expand. Research shows that even late in life potential exists for physical, mental and social growth and development.

    Divorce – can your child survive?

    By |2024-03-21T21:02:05+00:00March 21st, 2024|

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    Sometimes the Jerichos in our lives crumble overnight. In other instances it is a slow process, where one brick is removed at a time to eventually dismantle a stronghold. Marriages often end in divorce in just this way, and the process overwhelms not only the couple, but also the lives of their children. Walk this journey with Nicolette Ferreira as she explores one of the most profound changes that a child can face.

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