- 28/05/2017I've not watched any of this series; no endorsements, no affiliate links. I just found a "48 hours left to watch" notice in my email. They're available until the end of Sunday ie today, if anyone wishes to watch any episode (no sign up required).The Truth About Cancer: A Global Questgo2.thetruthaboutcancer.com 48-Hr Replay Marathon is Happening NOW! - May...
- Producer26/05/2017The Power Of Language(Published on LinkedIn February 2017)Yesterday an entrepreneur posted about the importance of protecting your intellectual property rights when selling digital products. Have clear terms and conditions; make your digital products non-refundable, as...
- 26/05/2017Some people have said what I do is "weird" so I invited Jessica Dugas to chat about her experience us working together. If you're curious, it's an example of how our bodies store memories & there's a spontaneous demo at (26.09 - 34.47)
Listening to it again, I miss some information - I feel like I'm sweating, Jessica talks of her nervousness about being an Empath it's a "hot button" for her (she's offering information that may explain the 'sweating' sensation I'm feeling).
I'm not tapping into any information in this clip (psychically), I'm relying on what my body is communicating and asking Jessica. It's how I can offer 20 minute transformations!Jessica Dugas & I talk healing Jessica agreed to share her experience of working with me as a spiritual healer. Our discussion then goes into an impromptu exploration around 26...
- 21/05/20179 Reasons Why Doctors CAN, SHOULD, (and often DON’T) Meditatewww.jillwener.com Knowing what I know about practicing medicine, and knowing what I know about meditation and its benefits, I often ask myself, “why don’t more doctors, and other healthcare professionals, learn to meditate?” Here are 9 reasons why doctors CAN,...
- Producer17/05/2017Pervading Patterns Under The MicroscopeI saw a homeless man outside a disused bank in town today. I decided to stop so I could talk to him. His name was Mick.It had been raining all day and he was sat on the floor, his rucksack cushioning the concrete slab beneath him. His legs were...
Comments20/05/2017 #6 Tricia Mitchell#4 Ah, @John White, MBA I think breathed some life into one of my posts (the synchronicity one). I also recall @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee writing about whether our beliefs and emotions alter our body's chemistry. Mick's world will have altered to make his reality fit his beliefs. I know with one of my patterns - once I found the belief - my body would shut down, overwhelmed, and I'd fall asleep. That way I could never work to the degree where I'd exceed the financial threshold that was linked to a traumatic event that had occurred 30 years earlier in my life, when I was 16! It literally wasn't safe to do so, according to my subconscious.
I think there's a lot of restorative work that could be done around safety and security in childhood, which would benefit adults. There's something forming in my mind about choosing relationships where people will feel the 'familiarity' of insecurity because it replicates the only way of being that the person knows. By healing the 'inner child' people could then choose more nourishing relationships, perhaps....would it contribute to reducing anxiety figures??? Who knows.20/05/2017 #5 Tricia Mitchell#4 @Deb 🐝 Helfrich thanks again for your rich contribution. Now I reaalmost seems obvious, except I'd never thought about it before. Yet, I don't think the initiatives address these patterns, even though many organisations/workers will recognise "a lot of them have had a rough start in life." Your comment inspired me to tag Richard Branson (I may stalk him ;-). I reached out to a few charities & met with all the barriers why it
Appreciate your time & your thoughts @Deb 🐝 Helfrich . Without them, this post would have no life whatsoever.20/05/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 HelfrichThinking about his some more. It is actually rather safe to say that homelessness is tied in some way to our childhood dynamic. That is, after all, when we learn the definition of home. And the eventual state of having nowhere to lay your head happens to people who either in reality or in their perception don't have any people where they find themselves who they can turn to in times of illness or financial hardship.
I would think that it would be an interesting proposal that someone would fund to see if working with you to uncover these memories and long-buried thoughts that brought people into a very precarious way of life.
At the absolute least, the power of an open, honest conversation with someone who is curious and able to see everyone's humanity is worth funding.18/05/2017 #2 Tricia Mitchell#1 @Deb 🐝 Helfrich thanks for contributing your wisdom. This was the first time I'd actually seen this TEDtalk. It's amazing, though no surprising that those imprinting years in the womb and particularly in the first 7 years affect us throughout life until we look for the 'programme' and update it. Your comment, "The part that moves me the most, is just how quickly all of the ills of our world will shift when we decide to grow a new generation of humans without undue trauma," reminds me of an article a fellow EFT colleague shared. If I can find it, I will share the link. It warms my soul to see what can rise out of tragedy, conflict and PTSD, such as the work in Rwanda, like you say, and also the Tapping Solution's work in Sandy Hook & with war veterans.
When I read your comment about my Street Coaching, it reminded me of the various programmes that take to the streets - David Blane & other magicians. Then I thought, what if people don't want to reveal intimate details of their life on camera? Then I remembered Embarrassing Bodies. I don't know if it aired in the States but they're 3 doctors who travelled the country & holiday destinations with a lorry/container that's kitted out as a consultation room, and invite strangers in for consultations where intimate examinations are filmed. The payoff is that the patient gets their embarrassing conditions that their GP or consultants have been unable to resolve treated privately. I guess the difference is, people can see or feel the symptoms, and are at the p'll do anything to get rid of their pain points, whereas I'm not medically trained and these pain points are often hidden.17/05/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI've watched this TEDtalk a few times. It is a important supporting reference. Of course, what happens to us as a child, most especially trauma & events that register as traumatic to young brains. will affect the patterns of a lifetime. The part that moves me the most, is just how quickly all of the ills of our world will shift when we decide to grow a new generation of humans without undue trauma. And for whom we actively work to help them heal the trauma's that are inevitable. There are many stories among the EFT community about work in Rwanda that backs up how feasible this is. We can work on a bunch of labyrinthine plans that will likely fail, or we simply grow a new set of humans trauma-free.
I do envision this Street Coaching aspect of your work, @Tricia Mitchell, to really be a part of the foundation of what you do.
There is no doubt that Mick will be able to think a little differently about his life because you, as a stranger, were able to get him to voice the recollection about being given up into homelessness at 8 by his mother.
This is a powerful story and testimonial to help open eyes about the possibilities that healing change may come from working with someone who can use methodologies that will bring up long past and likely repressed memories.
- 15/05/2017Patricia Gozlan and I converse on various subjects - body image, love, self-worth, receiving. We regularly uncover limiting beliefs & explore how to clear them. We decided to share our conversations. This is the first. It was intended to be short, but is 45 minutes long! Some of the techniques we don't explain in this, as we went into clearing one of my issues. The audio could be clearer. At 32mins 40 my body shows me I want to get it off my chest, I begin to yawn as I release the energy & at 34 minutes I experience breathlessness in my heart #truthtalkMother's Day: Loving Yourself First Http://www.patriciagozlan.com/teleseminar/ Join us in my monthly Teleclasses by subscribing to my site ( see link above) In our next event May 18th Tricia...
- 13/05/2017I love Anita Moorjani's storyDying to be me! Anita Moorjani at TEDxBayArea Doctors had given Anita Moorjani just hours to live when she arrived at the hospital in a coma on the morning of February 2nd, 2006. Unable to move as a...
- Producer13/05/2017From chronic back pain to horseback in an hour(appeared on LinkedIn August 2016)Peter is the one front left, with the white t-shirtI damaged discs in my spine over twenty years ago and I was in pain with my lower back. Since my [telephone] consultation with Tricia, my back pain has simply...
Comments13/05/2017 #8 Tricia Mitchell#6 True true @Deb Helfrich (it's not tagging you, sorry) There are, no doubt, many others... I was about to write part 2 about synchronicities and it includes you!
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2016/feb/12/glaxosmithkline-fined-anti-competitive-behaviour-seroxat View more#6 True true @Deb Helfrich (it's not tagging you, sorry) There are, no doubt, many others... I was about to write part 2 about synchronicities and it includes you!
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2012/jul/03/glaxosmithkline-fined-bribing-doctors-pharmaceuticals Close13/05/2017 #6 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#5 Blood drugs and blood diamonds. As a species we simply forgot that life - human and all the rest of the Earth's ecosystem - is the preciousness we are here to cherish, protect, and celebrate not exploit, diminish, and harm for very short-sighted results.
Now let me get started about synchronicities.....13/05/2017 #5 Tricia Mitchell#4 well said @Deb 🐝 Helfrich I couldnt agree more. Not read her MOM book but it is a great starting place. I used to hand male clients with physical symptoms my copy of Metaphysical Anatomy: your body is talking, are you listening Vol 1, by Evette Rose. Then I'd hand it to them on the page that described the emotions and type of situations underlying their symptom and my strategy was to brew up. By the time I came back with coffees, they would recognise their emotional self in the description. I smiled at this: "it is rather the solution that is directly above or behind our noses." Yes, results are results, for me, it's about people being able to make informed choices. But there's big money in big pharma13/05/2017 #4 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#3 #2 I almost always try to catch myself and correct the auto-corrector. That simple hyphen changes an entire mindset!
Dis-ease is infinitely manageable and fixable and something we should take primary accountability for. Whereas disease, as we've become accustomed to it in our contemporary society, is just about impossible to wrangle, will cost an incredible amount of money, and comes with side effects and further complications that may make us wish we'd figured out how to live with the initial problem on its lonesome.
Lissa's Mind Over Medicine is a really accessible place for anyone to learn about why the placebo effect is so far from the problem, it is rather the solution that is directly above or behind our noses.
We know, even in strictly controlled trials, that our minds produce results. I don't know why some people are so stubborn about it - well, I do.
This type of healing comes from the right brain, creative, emotional, feeling centers of our brain and it doesn't necessarily have to line up in the rigid analytical order our left brain feels comfortable with.
Results are results whether they come from imagination and playful exploring or from following a rigid procedural operation.13/05/2017 #3 Tricia Mitchell#1 (continued... I can't see the maximum word count to know how many words I've gone over & delete @Javier 🐝 beBee is there somewhere to add to a wishlist that you may consider when you're next revising beBee?) I believe energy psychology techniques can complement western medicine. I haven't read her books, but I have watched Dr Lissa Rankin's videos. You may have come across her? https://youtu.be/7tu9nJmr4Xs (interestin 30 seconds in). Thanks again for your kind words Deb 🐝 Helfrich I appreciate you13/05/2017 #2 Tricia Mitchell#1 @Deb 🐝 Helfrich thank you so much for sharing that and you touch my heart with your comments about my gift. I hadn't realised it was so timely. But, in terms of Divine timing, it's perfect. I love the intelligence of the body. You mentioning the pain in your feet and legs - if we think about the function of the feet and legs, they help us to move forward in life, we can kick things away with our feet; we can put our "best foot forward," even. Teeth can be about anger ( children when they get really angry, can react by biting another child). Depending on their function of the tooth, we can then explore possible themes e.g. incisors - a real or perceived inability to bite back. Molars - we're chewing things over. You can hear it in people's language if they say things like "I was unable to bite back" or if they had to bite their tongue/lip. That's what I love about how our biology responds to our language, beliefs & our emotions.
You're absolutely right about self-work and its limitations. I work with a healer and issues will come up that I'm unaware of. We need guidance to see what's lurking in our blind spot (apparently Oprah Winfrey has 4 coaches). I like your metaphor of our body tapping us on the shoulder. I didn't understand why on my training courses they hyphenated disease. But, like you say it's unresolved emotions rooted in events that create a discomfort in our bodies; a lack of ease - dis-ease. The more we try to numb it and silence the body the louder it communicates and we respond to the increased pain with painkillers, to numb it!13/05/2017 #1 Deb 🐝 HelfrichIn our quick session, @Tricia Mitchell - You guided me so that I was able to voice an important issue in a novel way that absolutely released some pain I'd had in my feet and legs. My mind focused on how it was 'normal' given 5 days driving locked in one position, but as I spent a lot of the drive trying to work through my habitual patterns that aren't serving me, that was an easy place for stubbornness and resistance to make leaden.
As I told you, afterwards, I pretty much immediately went for a walk by my new slice of ocean and the tightness and pain that had persisted for days felt unwound and released so that I can truly enjoy long walks here building up my fitness.
I have successfully self-cured a few things like a strained back and tooth issues and all sorts of random pains via EFT. There is something very useful in the realm of energy medicine that can be experienced by anyone willing to see what might unfold. But there is definitely a limit to the sorts of things we can work on for ourselves, as so much of our physical pains are indicative of long ago events and memories that our limited cognitive mind just can't access - that is likely why our body taps us on the shoulder with pain. It wants us to pay attention and delve into what has yet to be released.
You have a special talent and skill for prompting and listening to the body's wisdom via the morphic field and I certainly think anyone will be pleasantly surprised at how a process so different from what they've been taught by mainstream western medicine can produce relief and sometimes drastic changes.
- 12/05/2017@Deb 🐝 Helfrich thank you for a wonderful testimonial ☺Mini-Breakthrough Testimonial For my birthday, I was inspired to gift 3 people a 20 minute mini-breakthrough session. Here's what one person had to say (the audio is pretty...
Comments12/05/2017 #4 Tricia Mitchell#3 What a beautiful message @Deb 🐝 Helfrich you've already thanked me before we did the session and afterwards. I appreciate your feedback on how I work with people to support self-heaing. It's my absolute pleasure to have gifted you the session, Deb & I dare say, it was more synchronous than either of us cared to acknowledge! I'm pleased it's been transformative and in alignment with the work you're doing to become the best version of you possible. :-)12/05/2017 #3 Deb 🐝 HelfrichThanks for beating me to the punch on posting this, Tricia!
You are very gifted and skilled at reading your body's messages and being able to prompt the people you work with to listen to their own bodies and ask what certain pains or visions that pop into our heads might be trying to tell us.
You absolutely guided me to a very strong metaphor that helps me see my challenges in no uncertain terms, but in a way I can easily face when it happens today without defaulting to my only option when I was a child.
Thank you so much for the chance to work with you and your assistance in reinforcing the work I am doing to become the best me possible.12/05/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#1 Not a chance, the ocean isn't behind me, it is what I stare at if I lean just slightly to the left of my monitor!
You might enjoy working with @Tricia Mitchell - Lisa.
Love to talk to you about it, if I can ever manage to stay up late enough to chat with you now!?!?
- Producer09/05/2017Whose Fear Is It Anyway?I was looking for a post I wrote on another social platform and found this old one. As it continues on the theme of other people's energy, I thought I'd share it here:Guy, not his real name, has given permission to share his story as a case...
- Producer09/05/2017Energy & ConflictsI read a post yesterday about "stealing" energy and energy addiction. It didn't 'feel' true for me, personally, so I thought I'd sleep on it. The gut aka the enteric brain - while it's quick to respond to information, leaving the head, aka the...
- Producer08/05/2017I Made It!There's a saying most of us are probably familiar with, "Fake it 'til you make it" or, in NLP terms, it's act 'as if'.Today I think I finally made it.To look at me, you wouldn't think I lacked confidence. Anybody who knows me would describe me as...
- Producer07/05/2017My Journey Through HealingI've had a fabulous day today. A day of things not going to plan, but "rolling" with it anyway.I've had more "aha" moments than usual today, for which I'm truly grateful.I hadn't intended to write this post, but then this popped up on my screen:...
- Producer05/05/2017Help! by Shel Silverstein(A colleague posted this in a group today; as a practitioner of energy therapies, coach & healer, it made me smile. I recognise my former self & prospective clients in the poem. I hope it's OK to reproduce the poem in its entirety here.)I...
- Producer02/05/2017Starting AgainI feel like I've come full circle.I was reluctant to be totally authentic. For fear that people think that I am one of the crazy ones that Steve Jobs speaks of as he narrated the "Think Different" campaign ad.The energy to hold on to who I thought...
- Producer28/04/2017What's Keeping You Cold?Pamela, her real name, has kindly given permission to use her story as a case study. Pamela was in her late forties. She complained to me that she always felt cold at night. It didn’t matter what time of year it was, nor how many layers she...
Comments28/04/2017 #5 Tricia Mitchell#1 hi @Joyce Bowen thanks for reading and commenting on this one. I appreciate it. I had a brief look at the type of things you write about and saw a lot of trauma. It's no wonder you get cold - your body is reacting. When I work with clients and they start to become cold, I know we're getting closer to a significant event or trauma, as their body goes into stress. I used to be an interpreter and too much exposure to the plight of others left me feeling emotionally burned out. It's why I got into tapping (EFT), to release the trapped emotions in my body. Warm wishes as you continue to write about the darker parts of life.28/04/2017 #4 Tricia Mitchell#2 Hi @Deb 🐝 Helfrich thanks for the warm welcome. I totally agree about our perceptions of events in our life and our environment creates dis-ease in the body. Even when bones break, you can trace back to the root cause (bones are strong and give our body shape & protect our organs, through the skeletal frame; if we believe we are not strong enough, the body adapts to reflect the mind and bones can then weaken). Bacteria also has a function e.g. when the body is trying to do the opposite of whatever caused it to adapt in the first place, so it can achieve homeostasis. Holding on to anger and injustice of it shouldn't have happened... or being stuck, was my classroom for many years! Thank you so much for taking the time to read my post, share your thoughts and follow me.28/04/2017 #3 Deb 🐝 Helfrich#1 I know I am not alone in the beBee community regarding you as a fiery defender of the young, A person who is lighting up injustice so that it is eradicated. Your chilly life taught you how to generate your own fire, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee View more#1 I know I am not alone in the beBee community regarding you as a fiery defender of the young, A person who is lighting up injustice so that it is eradicated. Your chilly life taught you how to generate your own fire, @Joyce 🐝 Bowen Brand Ambassador @ beBee.
Self-talk will always be present. But we can start to observe and then trend what we say inside our head's to be about championing what we are good at, and highlighting our strengths. But often the way to start that process is to open our ears to what others say about us. Close28/04/2017 #2 Deb 🐝 HelfrichWelcome to beBee, @Tricia Mitchell, glad to have you buzzing around the hives. This is a meaningful first post. How we react to what happens is a major component of what manifests in our lives as unwellness and/or dis-ease. Of course, bones break and bacteria take over, but our thoughts about situations and how they shouldn't have happened or how we refuse to move forward can create physical problems that replicate our thoughts.
- 28/04/2017Awesome way to treat other than meds @Rolling3DudeHvy @Ali 🐝 Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee #KDBergForPermHire #kevindouglasbergMusic as Precision Medicine: Could Music Take the Place of Drugs?www.linkedin.com Research has shown that music alleviates pain; in one particular study done with post-operative patients, half the group listened to an hour of...
- "TAPPING your way towards a HEALTHIER life; Dr. Dawson Church explains EFT"
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Wouldn't it be nice if you could just tap your way towards a healthier and happier life? Well some say that you can.
Joining me today is Special Guest Dr. Dawson Church of EFT Universe. He's here to share with listeners what I mean when I say tapping and what exactly EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) is. We will also be discussing the science and research behind this technique, the benefits, key issues it can help, and a brief introduction into methods used.
Dawson Church, PhD, is an award-winning author whose best-selling book, "The Genie in Your Genes", has been hailed by reviewers as a breakthrough in our understanding of the link between emotions and genetics. He founded the National Institute for Integrative Healthcare to study and implement promising evidence-based psychological and medical techniques. His groundbreaking research has been published in prestigious scientific journals. He is the editor of "Energy Psychology: Theory, Research, & Treatment", a peer-reviewed professional journal, a blogger for the Huffington Post, and a reviewer for the APA's Mental Health Mobile Phone Application Review Database. He shares how to apply the breakthroughs of energy psychology to health and athletic performance through EFTUniverse.com, one of the largest alternative medicine sites on the web.
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- 28/03/2017RESEARCH REVIEW OF A YEAR OF OUT-THINKING PARKINSON'S
Not Just Neurology
I am now convinced more than ever that the help I was provided by a holistic wellness coach @Deb 🐝 Helfrich, which set me on the path to Out-Thinking Parkinson's, was exactly the kind of help I needed ... that we all need. My year of researching PD very broadly, and my documented recovery based on this, has shown me that it is very far from just a case of "brain rot"... instead PD is a systemic set of issues, including gut, mental health, stress, physical and emotional injuries and traumas, inflammatory factors, nutritional deficits and genetics. I now know for certain that neurology does not hold all the answers to PD, and, indeed people affected by the disease all over the world and being failed by healthcare systems which consider it just a Speciality of Brain Doctor's!
I also now buy utterly into my coach's messages of the fact that, when it comes to our own health, "You are the Expert in You", and the need to Unlearn our Learned Helplessness in this regard.How Can I Start to Help my Friend with Parkinson's Disease?www.outthinkingparkinsons.com When someone with Parkinson's comes into your life, you have a lot of catching up to do. The point of this article is to open up your eyes to ways that you can start with what you know and begin to offer some support to someone who has a...
- Producer17/01/2017Can Red Wine be Good for Gut Health?More and more research has shown that the profile and numbers of the microbial flora in your gut play a critical role in your health. Not just gut health, but your immunity, your brain, as well as your cardiovascular system and joints. Basically...
- Producer17/11/2016MyStrain - Making Cannabis Simple MyStrain is a company from Palo Alto, California, that works with dispensaries to create hundreds of symbols for popular cannabis strains in the efforts to create brand recognition. By developing symbols such as a sleek white spider outline for the...
- Producer17/11/2016LoudCloud: Streamlining Marijuana With almost 7 billion dollars in sales annually, the burgeoning marijuana industry in America is set to see an increase in both participation and profits. The biggest driver of this growth — with around 5 billion of the market share — is medical...
- 08/10/2016What about this ? bees are so important !Bee Venom Kills HIV: Nanoparticles Carrying Toxin Shown To Destroy Human Immunodeficiency Virus (VIDEO) | Huffington Postm.huffpost.com
- Producer19/09/2016Riding Shotgun: Another excerpt and another unabashed appeal for supportMy Kickstarter campaign has entered its second week and while the first week was encouraging (reached 21% of my goal), there is still a way to go before I can confidently move forward to publication.My book, Riding Shotgun, was written with men in...
Comments20/09/2016 #10 Phil FriedmanDon, know from direct experience that this book is important. My family on my father's side has been decimated by breast cancer. Three aunts and a dear first cousin. I am sharing this again, and support your quest for funding to publish. My best to you, your wife, and your family.19/09/2016 #3 Randy KehoI was very truthful with both my kids when I told them about their nana suffering from dementia. My daughter, who was a CNA at the time, was familiar with the situation. My son was not. It took him a long time to come to grips with it, choosing to deal with it as "out-of-sight, out-of-mind." He just couldn't comprehend that his nana didn't recognize his papa. Now, he likes to take his 1-year-old son to see nana because she gets very excited to see her grandson.
- 09/09/2016Hopefully more functional medical doctors will join health insurance networks so they become accessible to more people.