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Hi Juan110

I too, HATE dentists!
I have 4 suggestions for you...
#1. If your son is in pain, you can give him cloves to chew on (a spice called Clous de Girofle in French). They look like little sticks with round beads on top. As you chew, you release the oils which help to dull the pain. Then spit out the cloves.
#2. Is it a baby tooth that needs to be extracted or an adult tooth? I have learned that each tooth is connected to a different organ system in the body. My daughter was convinced she had a cavity in one of her lower incisors, but she was also suffering from a cough and bronchitis. When the bronchitis cleared up, the toothache disappeared! If you look at your son's tooth and get a holistic dental chart, you should be able to see which organ/system is involved.
I'm not suggesting that you don't get the tooth extracted, but this knowledge is power which will help in the future.
#3. If they are only going to freeze your son's mouth for the extraction, and not put him to sleep, you can give him arnica granules (homeopathy) the day before the treatment as well as after. This will help with pain and healing. In fact, arnica is amazing for any trauma. A homeopath should be able to give you guidance wherever you buy the granules (should you decide to do so). Also, don't touch the granules. You'll rub the remedy off.
#4. If your son is anxious, and you like the idea of homeopathy, you can google "homeopathy and dentist" and some sites will suggest different remedies for anxiety and pain. Read the descriptions and choose what matches best.
Hope this helps,
Blissings!
Martina
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I did Dr. Joe's for a few months, and now I move around.
I just tune into one of those videos on YouTube with babbling water so I can see what happens when there isn't a voice guiding me. And then, I feel inspired to go back to Dr. Joe. It all depends on how I feel that day. What's important is to do the work.
I think each of our voyages is unique, so there is not one set path that will work for everyone.
Follow your heart. It will never steer you wrong.
Blissings,
Martina
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Lotus

Ok well there are a multitude of answers to this question. You can absolutely be present to any part of the day.
When washing dishes simply place your attn on the plate, the brush, the warm soapy water, the task of rinsing etc., and maybe ask yourself how does a heartcentered person wash dishes? Feel your heart glowing as you do the task you are in the present.

L
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Becoming Supernatural / Re: Dr Joe Dispenza, levitation and me
« Last post by Leosoul on February 19, 2018, 07:16:38 PM »
That's a remarkable story. I have experienced massive healings from changing my thoughts and letting the divine do the heavy lifting. This stuff is what should be taught in schools. We work so hard unnecessarily trying to change matter with matter. It doesn't work all the time and it's too hard. What Dr. Joe teaches is true freedom.
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Meditation Questions / Re: Pineal Gland and Pituitary Gland,please can an Admin help?
« Last post by Leosoul on February 19, 2018, 07:01:10 PM »
Thank you so much for the picture. I noticed looking at similar pictures on the net that pineal gland is much higher than pituitary gland but it still helps with the meditation.
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Meditation Questions / Does anyone use other meditations instead of Dr. Joe’s?
« Last post by Lotusrising on February 19, 2018, 04:21:06 PM »
 Hi everyone. So I have noticed that sometimes I just can’t bring myself to a higher emotional state with Dr. Joe’s meditations but I find when I use Tara Brachs meditations that use a smile scan throughout the body I can almost always maintain a deep sense of love peace and gratitude. They remind me of the blessing of the energy centers but you are imagining a smile on each center. I am working on healing a chronic illness and my question is would doing meditations that bring me a deep sense of love and having all my needs met be just as healing as doing Dr. Joe’s meditations? In actuality isn’t it just maintaining that emotional state and vibrational frequency that is what heals the body  not the exact meditation itself? Sometimes I struggle to imagine what it would feel like to be healed since I’ve lived with this condition my whole life but yet I can absolutely maintain a feeling of love, gratitude and having all my needs met when I do Tara Brach’s meditation.
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 Hi everyone.  I’ve been trying to heal a chronic health condition I’ve had for a lifetime and have  all of Joe dispenzas books and use his meditations daily. I started a mindfulness practice about a year ago and have found that when I’m really practicing staying in the present moment I can surrender to what is and find deep pockets of peace  that have resulted in an improvement in my health. Sometimes I get lost in the internal chatter in my head and find myself feeling like allowing what is is in opposition to trying to manifest a different reality with Dr Joes work Yet as I write this I am realizing that when I am in that place of surrendering and allowing and feeling totally present, this is how I imagine feeling if my body were healed and I were free of the distractions of the physical symptoms. before I started the mindfulness I found that when I would do the meditations with Joe dispenza I could really  shift my emotional state but during the day when I wasn’t doing the meditations I would get really caught up in the physical symptoms, the stories in my head, and feeling Like I needed to be doing something to fix it. It wasn’t always practical for me to step away from my every day life to go meditate to shift my emotional state,  even though I always made the time to meditate in the morning, but when I started the mindfulness I found that I could reach a deep sense of quiet and peace  in the focusing of the present moment. My instincts are telling me that there is great power in practicing both meditating on creating a new reality and emotional state and then letting go and surrendering to what is in practicing mindfulness when I can’t meditate.  Does anyone have any experience on blending the two together and how not to feel totally attached to the outcome of trying to create a new reality  so as not to get stuck in the energy of lack and grasping during the day when you can’t meditate? I’m considering purchasing the online progressive and intensive workshop’s but I’m  wondering if Dr. Joe addresses  this at all? So far in his books I feel like I haven’t come across many tools for work to do when I’m not meditating and even though I love his meditations, without the surrendering in between I feel like outside meditation I can get really caught in efforting and trying to make myself feel something that I don’t which ends up resulting in me feeling like I am efforting and struggling to make things happen. It also takes me out of my heart and gets me stuck in my head where just focusing on the present moment gets me out of my head even though sometimes I’m using my bodily sensations to do it, I am letting go of all the thought and judgments. I really love Dr. Joe’s work as it gives me so much hope and I really want to do the online workshops but it’s a big stretch for me financially and at times I had to completely stop his work altogether because of how stressed I Would get in between meditations trying to hold an emotional state  that my mind and body were just not in. Do his online progressive an intensive workshop‘s address how to handle these struggles in between meditations  with tools to use besides going to sit down to meditate if it’s not practical? Also does he Discuss staying in the present moment while out of meditation? I’ve only found him discussing the present moment when he’s referring to being present in the meditations. Any suggestions answers or experiences you may have would be greatly appreciated!
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Overcoming Health Challenges / Mindfulness, Surrendering and manifesting to heal
« Last post by Lotusrising on February 19, 2018, 04:05:36 PM »
 Hi everyone.  I’ve been trying to heal a chronic health condition I’ve had for a lifetime and have  all of Joe dispenzas books and use his meditations daily. I started a mindfulness practice about a year ago and have found that when I’m really practicing staying in the present moment I can surrender to what is and find deep pockets of peace  that have resulted in an improvement in my health. Sometimes I get lost in the internal chatter in my head and find myself feeling like allowing what is is in opposition to trying to manifest a different reality with Dr Joes work Yet as I write this I am realizing that when I am in that place of surrendering and allowing and feeling totally present, this is how I imagine feeling if my body were healed and I were free of the distractions of the physical symptoms. before I started the mindfulness I found that when I would do the meditations with Joe dispenza I could really  shift my emotional state but during the day when I wasn’t doing the meditations I would get really caught up in the physical symptoms, the stories in my head, and feeling Like I needed to be doing something to fix it. It wasn’t always practical for me to step away from my every day life to go meditate to shift my emotional state,  even though I always made the time to meditate in the morning, but when I started the mindfulness I found that I could reach a deep sense of quiet and peace  in the focusing of the present moment. My instincts are telling me that there is great power in practicing both meditating on creating a new reality and emotional state and then letting go and surrendering to what is in practicing mindfulness when I can’t meditate.  Does anyone have any experience on blending the two together and how not to feel totally attached to the outcome of trying to create a new reality  so as not to get stuck in the energy of lack and grasping during the day when you can’t meditate? I’m considering purchasing the online progressive and intensive workshop’s but I’m  wondering if Dr. Joe addresses  this at all? So far in his books I feel like I haven’t come across many tools for work to do when I’m not meditating and even though I love his meditations, without the surrendering in between I feel like outside meditation I can get really caught in efforting and trying to make myself feel something that I don’t which ends up resulting in me feeling like I am efforting and struggling to make things happen. It also takes me out of my heart and gets me stuck in my head where just focusing on the present moment gets me out of my head even though sometimes I’m using my bodily sensations to do it, I am letting go of all the thought and judgments. I really love Dr. Joe’s work as it gives me so much hope and I really want to do the online workshops but it’s a big stretch for me financially and at times I had to completely stop his work altogether because of how stressed I Would get in between meditations trying to hold an emotional state  that my mind and body were just not in. Do his online progressive an intensive workshop‘s address how to handle these struggles in between meditations  with tools to use besides going to sit down to meditate if it’s not practical? Also does he Discuss staying in the present moment while out of meditation? I’ve only found him discussing the present moment when he’s referring to being present in the meditations. Any suggestions answers or experiences you may have would be greatly appreciated!
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Speak with Fellow Event Participants / Own lodging for new week retreat?
« Last post by silvia624 on February 19, 2018, 02:52:13 PM »
Hi all!

The event for the week long retreat in Cancun hasn't been released yet for registration, but was wondering if anyone knew if it was possible to get your own lodging at the resort, and only purchasing the workshop part of it? 

Thanks in advance!
Silvia
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Overcoming Health Challenges / Suffering from tooth ache: Need help!!
« Last post by Juan110 on February 18, 2018, 08:33:58 PM »
My son was suffering from a toothache. One of his upper jaw teeth is decayed. We didn't give much care at the time of decay. He likes sweets and sugary foods. We bought it for him whenever he wanted it. Last day, we consulted a dental care services in High Park because he couldn't afford the pain. The dentist prescribed some antibiotics to alleviated the pain and infection. Then she told us to come after two days for a tooth extraction. Actually, my son is scared of dental procedures. I shared his problem with the doctor. The doctor was really friendly, she started talking with him and her friendly approach impressed him. He promised her that he would come after two days for his tooth extraction. Actually, we were worrying that how could we take him for the tooth extraction. It was really a surprise for us. I am still worried that it's all happened because of my negligence. I was not able to care his teeth properly. But now, I want to know the dos and don'ts after a tooth extraction. What are the foods he can have after this tooth extraction? Anyone, please help me with your suggestions.
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