How Alternative Therapies Support Pain Release

November 3, 2015

Recently 60 Minutes ran a show on the epidemic of heroin addiction in and around Columbus, Ohio. Yes, Columbus, Ohio!! Attorney General of the state Mike Dewine was interviewed on 60 Minutes and stated that heroin use has infiltrated every community in the state. The Mexican cartels have found ways to get their drugs into the hands of every man, woman and child. This is unacceptable. I was and am in shock. I learned through watching that the use of heroin often starts with pain. It could be from an injury or chronic illness.

Tim’s Long Distance Healing Session

June 30, 2013

A client to whom I had been providing services in Cincinnati moved to another state about a year ago. Relocating was something he and his wife had wanted to do for a long time.  He didn’t like the Cincinnati winters and who could blame him? After his move we connected on Facebook and kept up with each other’s lives.

Energy: Where Does it Come From?

October 15, 2012

If someone were to ask me a couple of years ago where the energy in the body comes from I would have said, “the food we eat, daily exercise, aerobic and anaerobic, and eight hours of sleep.”  Yet, sometimes we do everything right:  eat organic food, exercise and get a full night of sleep and still feel fatigued.  At other times we eat food on the run, can’t fit exercise into our day and sleep less than the recommended eight hours and feel great!  Why is this so?

Why is Energy Medicine so Important in Preventing Illness?

October 22, 2011

It’s a scientific fact that most of our energy comes from a chemical reaction between a molecule called adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and our cells mitochondria.  In Endless Energy by Debra Greene, Ph.D. she writes, “ATP is the energy source of all living things.  It is commonly referred to as the energy currency of the cell and is said to be responsible for powering all the activity of your entire system.”  She goes on to write that when Nobel Prize winning biophysicist A. V. Hill investigated ATP he found that something was missing.  The ATP-mitochondria interaction was responsible for only 60% of the body’s energy which left 40% unaccounted for.  In his articles he challenged scientists to investigate where the other 40% originates.  Many researchers have found that it is the etheric energy or subtle energy that is responsible for much of our energy.

Healing Touch Energy Therapy at “Lunch and Learn.”

September 16, 2011

I recently gave an Introduction to Healing Touch Energy Therapy Class at a nearby hospital as a part of the “Lunch and Learn” series.  Most of the people didn’t know too much about Healing Touch but were very interested in finding out information and doing the “hands on” practice.  So I began by telling one of many compelling stories about my experiences with awesome energy therapy.  Everyone was very attentive. Then, I talked about what Healing Touch is and how it is very much aligned with allopathic medicine.

A Client Learns How Energy Therapy Can Help Relieve Pain and Discomfort After Surgery.

September 2, 2011

I’ve been working with a client who had knee surgery over a year ago.  As she explained, “I was one of those people that did not have a good result.”  The knee is still swollen and is really effected by the cold.  What makes it worse is that her surgeon is saying that the other knee may need to be replaced as well.  The idea of more surgery is quite stressful. She also has distress related to family relationships. She rated both situations as a 4-5 on the scale during the initial interview.

Energy Therapy Changes the Energetic Pattern

August 7, 2011

Several people have asked this question:  “Why doesn’t the effects of the energy work last longer?”  By  “effects” they mean relaxation, release of pain, feelings of peacefulness and calm, reduce insomnia among many others.  By “last longer” they may mean a period of time longer than a few days.

How Often Should You Seek Energy Work?

July 12, 2011

When Bob came in for his third session he updated me how his week had gone.  His elbow was “bad” on Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Thursday.  He also had a tense muscle in his back that was causing some distress as well.  Both the elbow and back were a 5 on the distress scale.

Although he told me that his mental and emotional distress was a 0 during our meeting he had had a panic attack that day to which he described as a “holy shit!” experience.  He rated it as a 1 or a 2 on the distress scale.

Aroma and Energy Therapies Bring Pain Relief to Client Continued (Cincinnati)

June 25, 2011

Last time I was writing about a client I am calling, “Bob.”  As I stated in that blog I wanted to ascertain if his energy field would “hold” and remain centered on his physical body for a week.  As is the case in some instances of chronic pain, it takes several sessions for the energy field to remain centered.  Why is this important?  Well, let’s compare it to your home.  You know where the front door is located, the rooms and furniture within each.  But suppose that the front door was moved about a foot to the right.  That would change the entire layout and dynamic of the home.  Perhaps the walls and rooms would be askew. Perhaps the furniture would no longer fit.  It just wouldn’t feel right. . .not feel like the home you know.  In comparison, when the energy field is off to one side, or in front or back, or below or above you, you too just wouldn’t feel right.  The field would be compromised and not allow the free flow of energy through the chakras.  So encouraging the energy field to remain centered on the physical body is very important.

Expect the Unexpected with Energy Therapy (Cincinnati)

December 7, 2010

Last Saturday my husband and I were interested in seeing the Horse and Carriage Parade in Lebanon, a historic town north of Cincinnati.   We had lunch at the Golden Lamb to celebrate my brother’s birthday.  Afterwards we joined the crowd out front as the parade began. It was very cold and snowy so everyone was bundled with coats, scarves, mittens and boots.  The atmosphere was festive and as the miniature horse and carriages began trotting down Main Street you could hear the “oohs” and “ahhs.”  The miniatures were adorable all decked out with ribbons and braids and fancy halters.  They were all pulling beautifully decorated carriages, some with one or two riders.  Everything was going well but when animals are involved it’s wise to expect the unexpected.

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