In a recent post, I eluded to the fact that all chronic conditions are caused by three very simple foundational root issues.
- Too much BAD in your system
- Not enough GOOD in your system
- Not being in sync with NATURE
Although it sounds very simple, it can be quite a challenge to uncover the elements associated with these broad categories. Let’s first start by understanding that both the “bad” things and the “good” things need to be separated into two categories: physical and non-physical. And both of these areas need to be addressed in any journey back to wellness. Let’s take a look at just some of the things that can be considered in the “bad” category.
And now let’s take a look at some of the things in the “Not Enough Good” category
Health is all about being in balance. Our bodies can handle occasional periods of too much exposure to toxins or short periods of time where we spend too much time indoors and don’t get enough nutrition, but if we continue to exercise bad habits as a lifestyle we are headed for trouble.
The image below came from an amazing book called “Health is Voltage” by Dr. Jerry Tennant, fondly known as “the Einstein of medicine.” I attended some of his lectures and it was life-changing. He explained that there are 5 major triggers for serious illnesses like cancer and they include:
- Malfunction of the thyroid
- Dental infections (more on this subject soon)
- Toxin overload
- Negative emotional energy overload
- Scar tissue/tattoos (especially on the center line of the body, i.e. back surgery)
Obviously, it would be best to address any and all of these issues that you have. I can assure you that everyone has #3 & 4. I personally have all five of these items so don’t despair. #1 & #2 are the most challenging to treat, but #3 & #4 are easily addressed with supplements (recommendations coming soon), dietary changes, and Emotion Code™ sessions. In addition to trying to address and rid yourself of the bad, it is just as important to add the good. For every item you have on the left of the scale, be sure to add that many or more of the items on the right of the scale. Remember, life is all about balancing yin and yang.
The items shown in the above graphic are just some examples of bad and good things. There are so many things that can be added to the “good” column. Basically, anything that warms your heart and gives you joy. I recommend that you take 5 minutes now and write a list of all the things that you can think of that bring you joy. Now ask yourself how often you do these things. If this task is difficult for you, or you realize that you’re not getting enough joy in your life, it’s time to make some lifestyle changes . . . before it’s too late.
If you think of some creative things for the “good” column that brings you joy, please share them in the comments below. Maybe you will inspire others to add those things to their lives. For instance, I would add “hugging my dog” to the list. What would you add?