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Interesting Gadgets and Products I Use

Posted by Kate on Dec 6, 2012 in General | 0 comments

I’ve managed to explore a few interesting gadgets and products this year that I wanted to share with you. If you have any interesting and useful products let me know, I’m always up for experimenting. I am not affiliated with any of these links.   Bamboo Orgone Rejuvenation Blanket I’ve used my sister’s scenar blanket for a few years, and love it so much, I decided to buy one, but found this Bamboo Orgone and Accumulator Energy blanket. It’s great for rebalancing after psychic or healing sessions, and if I...

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Adrenal Fatigue – Are You Heading Down The Wrong Path?

Posted by Kate on Nov 24, 2012 in Healing | 2 comments

In our busy lives, our adrenals are a key component in keeping up with all the demands placed on us, and if you have ever had adrenal fatigue, you know that life grinds to a halt. You really don’t have the energy at all to meet the day, waking up just as exhausted as when you went to bed. Two years ago I was flat on my back with adrenal fatigue. I was already on the downward slide when the Christchurch earthquakes hit. I did a lot of study about what supplements I could take, and on a shoe string budget I might add, which was very...

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Disease – Why Your Body Doesn’t Make Mistakes

Posted by Kate on Nov 4, 2012 in Healing | 1 comment

We aren’t here to heal our illnesses; our illnesses are here to heal us – Jung If you’ve explored alternative healing or had any kind of emotional or spiritual journey, you will have heard of Louise Hay, who in the 80s opened our eyes to the awareness that illnesses in the body have psychological and emotional meanings. Louise Hay We would look up her little book called Heal Your Body then repeat the affirmation, hoping it would cause the health challenge to disappear. If you had an illness, you either went to the Doctor...

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Hormones: Differences In the Way Men and Women Deal With Stress

Posted by Kate on Oct 28, 2012 in General | 2 comments

I just read John Gray’s book at Amazon Why Mars and Venus Collide: Improving Relationships by Understanding How Men and Women Cope Differently with Stress and Book Depository Why Mars & Venus Collide and one particular aspect of interest he writes about is Testosterone and Oxytocin, and how stress in this modern era contributes to lowering of these hormones, which has a significant impact on the way we relate to one another. Biologically we handle stress differently between the sexes, and understanding those differences helps us to be...

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Top Ten Myths About Being a Psychic/Healer

Posted by Kate on Oct 5, 2012 in Intuitive | 14 comments

1. All Seeing and All Knowing Perhaps the biggest misconception is that I’m all seeing and all knowing. Like I know where you lost your phone 1 year ago, and asking if I can tell you whose house it’s in and what the address is. And the usual asking for the winning lotto numbers. And no, I can’t see you in my mind when you go to the toilet. 2. Heal You Of All Your Issues In One Session I’m sure people have miracle healings, which is what we all want, right? Most of the time it’s not the case, and it’s a matter of peeling away the...

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Do You Know Why You Chose Your Profession?

Posted by Kate on Oct 3, 2012 in General | 5 comments

A few weeks ago I was exploring issues I had around my ability to learn, most of us have been traumatised in some way from our dysfunctional schooling systems, but the core belief I came up with was “I should have known that I should have known the answer”. So it wasn’t just that I should have known the answer to avoid punishment or shame, it was even more pressured than that. It’s that I should have know that I should have known. Talk about a mind twist. On that theme while reading a book at Amazon Biogenealogy: Decoding the...

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Can You Sit In The “I Don’t Know”?

Posted by Kate on Sep 18, 2012 in General | 4 comments

I’m deep into studying Meta Medicine at the moment and it’s probably the most involved study I’ve done since I was at school. I’ve studied a lot in my adulthood but mostly something where my creativity was allowed to wander and not be roped into my left brain. Meta medicine has a structure to it, but there’s also exploration as well, I love the exploration, but find it harder as I get older to retain the concrete “facts”. I dislike being tied into too much of a structure, and of course being a psychic means I can explore the...

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“I Wish I Was Psychic Like You”

Posted by Kate on Aug 31, 2012 in Intuitive | 0 comments

“Intuition is neither the ability to engage prophesy nor a means of avoiding financial loss or painful relationships. It is actually the ability to use energy data to make decisions in the present moment.” Carolyn Myss. A few weeks ago I was having a massage, I was lying on the table and the massage therapist was digging into my neck, getting those knots out. I’d only been to see her once before and we were doing that social dance you do, when you’re lying there naked under a towel, having someone you don’t know massaging...

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What’s Missing From Self Healing Techniques?

Posted by Kate on Aug 18, 2012 in Healing | 2 comments

I’m all for self healing, after all, all healing is self healing, but on my journey using different modalities, and I’ve used a ton of them, there’s something I have found that gets better results than the lot of them combined. That missing factor is another person. I started out in the 1980’s doing rebirthing, I did that for about 7 years, I did it by myself and I went to practitioners. I’ve learned EFT, the Mace Method, the Emotion Code, to name but a few of the methods. And I’ve had years and years of self exploration in...

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Healing my High Blood Pressure – Ancestry of Immigrants

Posted by Kate on Jul 9, 2012 in Healing | 0 comments

I’m in the depths of studying Meta Medicine at the moment and part of that study is looking at psychogenealogy, which is treating the transmissions of unconscious issues across generations in the family. I’ve been told that my blood pressure issues are genetic, and so can’t be sorted fully via diet and exercise etc, so I have to just accept I have this genetic condition. My father being diagnosed with it at age 40. As I’m 51 the doctor told me that women are often 10 years older when diagnosed than the men in their families. I felt...

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