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Love invites/Fear repels

Imagine for a moment, the cells in your body are able to react and respond to your emotional choices; they do so by communicating with each other; love invites communication and awareness, fear/anger repels dialogue creating confusion and distortion, often causing damage and or separation on a cellular level. I invite you to focus upon […]

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Remedies for December 14-20, 2015

You might get caught off-guard this week so keeping some remedies at the ready is wise.

Let’s start with Eupatorium Perfoliatum, a fine remedy for a variety of fevers, all of which will have you in pains to the bone.

When you must settle for a less-than-optimal state of being, for whatever reason, you will find yourself reaching for remedies like Natrum Muriaticum [old grief] or Staphysagria [pain that cuts like a knife].

The remainder of our help comes from one of the finest and most-used remedies of all time, Bellis Perennis–of great use when exhaustion is so extreme and your body has given its all to help you through.

Let’s not forget nor forsake the incredible power of prayer this week: “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.”  Matthew 7:7

 

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  • The information on this site is posted for educational purposes only, and not intended to constitute medical advice. As with any important medical matter, you are advised to consult an experienced health care provider concerning your specific health concerns.
  • No doctor-patient relationship is intended, implied or created by the posting or viewing of information on this site; nor is a doctor-patient relationship created by the submission or exchange of questions or information via email or otherwise with Pamela Lialias.
  • Readers are responsible for their use of information provided on this blog or linked to from this site. Pamela Lialias assumes no liability for the same.
  • Pamela Lialias has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of information on this blog site, but absolute accuracy is not guaranteed.
  • Always check with your health care provider.
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Remedies for November 23-29, 2015

If you are looking to be prepared with remedies for this week, here are a few tips from Heavenly Helpers:

Pulsatilla 30c for when you cannot take anymore and you just want to curl up in a ball and cry.

Aconite 30c when affronted by a cold, dry wind or a shock of any kind.

Rhus Tox 30c to benefit creaky joints worse for the wear that need a little exercise to get themselves going this time of year.

All three should be available at your local health food store, if you don’t already have them.

And, remember to stay hydrated!

DISCLAIMER:  THIS INFORMATION IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

  • The information on this site is posted for educational purposes only, and not intended to constitute medical advice. As with any important medical matter, you are advised to consult an experienced health care provider concerning your specific health concerns.
  • No doctor-patient relationship is intended, implied or created by the posting or viewing of information on this site; nor is a doctor-patient relationship created by the submission or exchange of questions or information via email or otherwise with Pamela Lialias.
  • Readers are responsible for their use of information provided on this blog or linked to from this site. Pamela Lialias assumes no liability for the same.
  • Pamela Lialias has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of information on this blog site, but absolute accuracy is not guaranteed.
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Help Homeopathy by Friday!

From the NCH:

We need YOU to take action!

Over 4,000 of you submitted comments to the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) sharing your experiences with (over-the-counter) OTC homeopathic products… THANK YOU!

But now we need you to tell the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) about your experiences. The FTC is evaluating the advertising of OTC homeopathic products – separate from the FDA evaluation of homeopathic manufacturing/labeling guidelines.

It is critically important for all homeopathic consumers, practitioners, researchers, and educators to make comments to the Federal Trade Commission – even if you already commented to the FDA. The FDA WILL NOT be sharing comments already submitted to them with the FTC.

We urge you to help balance out the anti-homeopathy comments that they are receiving by submitting your positive comments today – the comment period closes this Friday, November 20, 2015 at 11:59PM ET.

The following kinds of information would be the most helpful to include in your comments:

1. Share your purchase experiences of homeopathic OTC products:

  • How did you decide which one to purchase?
  • How much did you rely on advertising to guide you?
  • How did you learn about the products you have bought?
  • How does the purchasing of homeopathic OTC products fit within your overall wellness practices for you and your family?

2. Suggest ways for the FTC staff to learn more about the unique principles and methodology of homeopathy:

  • What are your brief, simple and clear recommendations to read about homeopathy principles, homeopathic provings, theory of dilutions, nano-research?
  • What has been most helpful to you to understand the scientific mechanisms of homeopathy?

You can even upload suggested articles to the FTC response page.

The FTC public comment page is open until 11:59pm ETNovember 20, 2015.

Thank you in advance for keeping your comments respectful and positive.

As always, your time and support is most appreciated!

Are you having trouble accessing the hyperlinks? Copy and paste the link below into your web browser:
https://ftcpublic.commentworks.com/ftc/homeopathyworkshop/

 

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Overdoing It [and Homeopathy to the Rescue]

Stomach upset?  Muscles cranky?  Maybe even surprised to be hungover?

When we inadvertently overdo it, homeopathy can ease the consequences.  Try to learn from your mistake, though, and make an earnest promise to yourself that you will take your lesson to heart!

Tummy Ache

If you are nauseated and just plain feel icky, ask yourself whether you had too much coffee or tea the day before?  If so, homeopathic Chamomilla will help.

Spirit tipped me off to this when a friend of mine called me feeling awful one day.  Spirit told me she needed Chamomilla, but that is typically considered the domain of teething babies.  So I looked it up for her and discovered it can be helpful for ailments resulting from an excess of coffee or tea.  Sure enough, my friend said that the day before, she’d had twice the amount of a “mocha freeze” she typically drank as a treat.  Some time later, another friend called me for help and again Spirit told me Chamomilla would help her; sure enough, she’d had a surprisingly strong cup of green tea the previous afternoon in addition to her usual cup of morning coffee.

And if your stomach is upset after too much or too much rich food, Nux Vomica can help.

Achy Muscles

If you have undertaken a new workout, or you overdid an old one, leaving you with tired, sore muscles, you could try a dose of Arnica 6c for some relief.

Hung Over

If you are reeling from too much alcohol, or the consequences thereof, homeopathic Nux Vomica can help you detox [you can try it if you have trouble detoxing after laughing gas at the dentist, too].

DISCLAIMER:  THIS INFORMATION IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

  • The information on this site is posted for educational purposes only, and not intended to constitute medical advice. As with any important medical matter, you are advised to consult an experienced health care provider concerning your specific health concerns.
  • No doctor-patient relationship is intended, implied or created by the posting or viewing of information on this site; nor is a doctor-patient relationship created by the submission or exchange of questions or information via email or otherwise with Pamela Lialias.
  • Readers are responsible for their use of information provided on this blog or linked to from this site. Pamela Lialias assumes no liability for the same.
  • Pamela Lialias has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of information on this blog site, but absolute accuracy is not guaranteed.
  • Always check with your health care provider.
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EFT – Tapping – Emotional Freedom Technique

Before I knew about the breadth and depth of homeopathy’s reach, I learned about Emotional Freedom Technique [also called EFT or Tapping].  For me, EFT wasn’t The Answer because of the requirements of time and concentration for our immense issues, but if you have time [even little bits, here and there], it is a very nice [and free!] option.

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I find it useful in two situations:  when the emotion is crystal clear because it is newly born from an upsetting event, or when I am experiencing an uneasy emotion but I think there might be something else at the root of it.

Pro’s

—It is free [and easy] to learn the basics.  The person who created the technique offers a free tutorial on his website.  There’s also a book called The Tapping Solution, that you likely could find at or through your local library.  And the author of that book, Nick Ortner, has a free radio show on Hay House Radio.

—It is harmless.  The technique doesn’t have negative side-effects of which I am aware.  Worst-case scenario is that it doesn’t improve that which you were hoping to improve.

—It is incredibly portable.  No matter where you are, you can tap. You can even tap by proxy [tap on yourself, with the intention to help someone else who needs and accepts your help].  I also tap energetically [by imagining that I am doing the tapping on someone—namely, one of my kids].

—It can bring a deeper awareness to the issue you are facing, because as you tap through one emotion, another might surface.  Awareness means the emotion is seeing the light of day, which increases its chance of being healed.

Con’s

The main downside is that it takes time and concentration, so I tend to use it for issues that arise suddenly where I cannot physically help—such as when a child is upset in the car while I am driving, or when a child is having trouble sleeping.  You can tap a little at a time, but of course any deep or broad issues do take longer to resolve.

How I Use It

I quickly put it to use when my kids were really upset about something that had just happened.  I have employed it very successfully twice—both times, I was not easily in a position to help my child tangibly so I was grateful for this tool [I just visualized tapping for them].  My biggest tip for using it successfully is to be as specific as possible and to stay with the process until it feels completely resolved.

The first time I remember using it with great success was in the car.  I had played a song for my eldest son that I thought he would find hilarious.  Instead, he found it excrutiatingly scary.  It was about Anne Boleyn, walking around the castle as a ghost, carrying her head with her and threatening to drop it in the soup, and so on.  I actually don’t like gruesome anything, so I assumed if it was fine with me, it’d be fine for my son [he probably was 6 years old at the time? and was always talking about gruesome things].  Anyway, he had heard it earlier in the day, then we were out and about for a while, and on the way home that evening, he started freaking out in the car.  I offered to do EFT [energetically], he accepted, and we started.  I asked him to tell me what he was feeling—worried, anxious, scared?  I tapped through the first emotion 3 times, then asked again.  We tapped through the next emotion 3 times, and on and on we went.  It was probably about 10-20 minutes to resolve the whole thing.

This is something to remember:  The sooner you can heal an upsetting emotion, the less of an impact it can have on your overall health [homeopathic Aconite 200 is great for that too–I use EFT for lesser issues now that I tend to carry Aconite with me].

If you let a fear just sit, it festers, or it attaches itself, or it grows like a snowball into a giant snowman … So EFT can be helpful for that when it is a very specific issue and you have the time and ability to focus and few other options.  To wit, I use it mainly at night when sleep is a priority or in the car when my ability to help is limited.  And I use it primarily energetically.

Another time that I found it highly useful was when my youngest son had watched parts of a movie about robots with his eldest brother on a portable device.  The youngest kept proclaiming his interest and courage, so my eldest had obliged.  As a result, I didn’t notice what they were watching until my youngest had seen more than I’d wished [and I wished none!].  I was worried he’d have trouble sleeping, but he assured me he wasn’t scared.  And, indeed, he fell asleep quickly, much to my surprise and delight.  However … about an hour after he fell asleep, he popped up in bed like a jack-in-the-box.

I tapped generally because I was sooo tired and really wanted him to just go back to sleep already.  That means saying, “my feelings” or just tapping without saying anything.  And by “saying,” I mean “thinking” because it was the middle of the night and I was trying to keep quiet.  Also, my youngest does not like to be helped hardly at all, so he doesn’t like active tapping.  It is an ethical question as to whether people should use tapping without the other person’s expressed consent, but I figure that for my kids, I’m responsible for them, so I should help them the best I can.

Anyway, the general tapping didn’t work.  I think I tried for 20 minutes before I was finally awake enough to do otherwise!  So, when I woke up a bit more, I decided to tap on the issue, “Even though I am afraid of robots, I fully and completely accept myself.”  I did that for a few rounds [also quietly, energetically, thinking and imagining it but not physically doing or saying it], and voila, he plopped back down and went back to sleep!

 

DISCLAIMER:  THIS INFORMATION IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

  • The information on this site is posted for educational purposes only, and not intended to constitute medical advice. As with any important medical matter, you are advised to consult an experienced health care provider concerning your specific health concerns.
  • No doctor-patient relationship is intended, implied or created by the posting or viewing of information on this site; nor is a doctor-patient relationship created by the submission or exchange of questions or information via email or otherwise with Pamela Lialias.
  • Readers are responsible for their use of information provided on this blog or linked to from this site. Pamela Lialias assumes no liability for the same.
  • Pamela Lialias has made reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of information on this blog site, but absolute accuracy is not guaranteed.
  • Always check with your health care provider.