Quantum healing: coaching others to be more supportive of you…and thus themselves

Human beings interpret other human being's behaviours according to a set of deeply-ingrained cultural norms (you can insert "beliefs") and this is where quantum healing comes under strain in the midst of "normal" everyday life. So how do you turn those inherent challenges of being a new paradigm explorer (which is what someone who is using the quantum realm to heal themselves from long term or acute health issues truly is...) into a gift as you become the master of quantum healing?

Working with the power of belief

The topic of "what do you believe?" is especially important to delve into when you are in recovery from illness and concerned with your ongoing physical and emotional wellbeing or wanting to shift through any stuck areas of your life; so I am sharing a post that I published on Spinning the Light this morning. … Continue reading Working with the power of belief

Too much (not too little) going on

This is an add-on to an earlier post since I just came across “the intense world” theory proposed by of Henry Markram, director of the Brain Mind Center at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technologym, which seems highly relevant to it. In that previous post, entitled High-sensitivity, synesthesia...and hearing tones, seeing lights or other anomalous experiences, … Continue reading Too much (not too little) going on

CBD for IBS, menopause and pain

A number of articles are springing up to discuss the interest in CBD from an irritable bowel syndrome point of view and I was curious about this due to my own experiences in this regard, which I will relate below. The reason why cannabis is theorised to be a new and appropriate means for tackling … Continue reading CBD for IBS, menopause and pain

With thanks to all the naysayers

Many years of chronic, complex  "mystery" illness have a habit of predisposing a person to developing a "spiritual"  perspective, setting them off on a journey of consciousness expansion and tireless philosophical exploration. I've come to appreciate how this has such a lot to do with all the disbelief thrown at us for experiences that are, to us, far more real, insistent and unrelenting than anything we have ever known before and yet others will doubt us, over and over again, due to a lack of conventional diagnosis criteria and an inability to frame our circumstances as easily or neatly as with some other health conditions. There is simply no explaining away much of what we experience, using such a typical framework, so here lies the growth-potential since we become the leading point of a whole new way of having to think about things. Here's an off-the-cuff list of some of the powerful gifts of having this experience.