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Overcoming Health Challenges / Can the Mind heal a genetic error?
« Last post by Wild Weasel on Today at 04:56:53 AM »
Hello,

I am 24 years old and now having problems with all my joints – they make cracking sounds and hurt.
I had problems since I was a kid, but now they seem to get really worse rally fast.
And now neurological and other problems a appearing.

The Doctors say it’s a genetical disorder which causes the connective tissue to be very weak.
I am waiting to get a genetic test done which will calrify if it’s the Ehlers Danlos Syndrome ore if it´s
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome. 

Until today I have been living a very active lifestyle and I can´t imagine a live without going out
into nature, running, mountainbiking, hiking and camping. To me it feels like life is coming to an end.
It makes my very angry and is taking the enjoyment of life away from me.
I don´t want to accept his fate.

And now I wonder if there is anything known about remissions from genetic disorders!?
I have been reading a lot about genetics lately but the more I learn the less I have hope.
Epigenetics and stuff like switching genes on and off seem to work for healthy genes but not for
mutated or damaged genes.
Maybe some of you have more information about that.

Best regards
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General Discussion / S E X and other stuff
« Last post by asaf e on Today at 04:10:16 AM »
Hello everyone! I have two questions that I have been thinking about in the last month while working on the meditations
 1) During meditation, sometimes I feel chills/goosbumps in different parts of the body, when I think certain thoughts or when the music affects me.  Is it a sign that energy is released into different places in the body? is THET the energy thet Dr. joe talked about?

2) ive red several times about the energy that is in the pelvic region where the genitalia are. If our goal is to save energy rather than remove it from the body, does that mean that masturbation is not recommended? Same goes for sex? :o

thenx a lot!
asaf
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Meditation Questions / Re: Getting started: breaking the habit meditations
« Last post by naki on May 27, 2017, 11:21:06 PM »
Thank you Acoustic.
I was actually and specifically thinking about YOU when I wrote that there were people who could answer the question...
I confess it has been a long while since I read Breaking the Habit that I forgot about these instructions and I use rounds of EFT to address emotions before I go into meditation.
Thank you for sharing this as it has prompted me to go back and re-read the book again.  Have just re-completed the others and BTHOBY was next...
THANK YOU.
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Meditation Questions / Re: Getting started: breaking the habit meditations
« Last post by Acoustic Di on May 27, 2017, 08:01:41 PM »
Yes, specific questions would be good. Here are some general things tho.

Naki: This is a prompt from the Breaking the Habit book.
lbishko: I spent some focussed time in a quiet place exploring these self-reflective questions when I did it. The purpose of this is to get clear on how you want to be and pick the emotion you want to work with for the meditations that might surface for you frequently, keeping you from being who/how you want to be. I picked unworthiness, it seemed to fit a lot of situations for me. As you work with it, you will begin to have awareness of how it operates and take steps to CHANGE or STOP by using these words out loud when you recognize it. You'll learn this in the meditations.

This is what he says about it in Chapter 9, I thought it was pretty self explanatory:
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Preparing Your Tools
The write stuff. Separately from your meditation sessions, you will read some descriptive text about each step, often accompanied by questions and prompts under the heading “Opportunity to Write.” I recommend that you keep a notebook handy to write down your answers. Then review your responses before you go into each day’s meditation.”

Here are just a few of the questions from Chapter 11:
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Opportunity to Write
Take some time to ask yourself questions such as these, or any others that occur to you, and write down your answers:
What kind of person have I been?
What type of person do I present to the world? (What is one side of my “gap” like?)
What kind of person am I really like inside? (What is the other side of my “gap” like?)
Is there a feeling that I experience—even struggle with—over and over again, every day?
How would my closest friends and family describe me?”
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Meditation Questions / Re: Getting started: breaking the habit meditations
« Last post by naki on May 26, 2017, 10:57:53 PM »
Hello Ibishko,

Do you have the hard or soft copy of the book in question?  You can get a free soft copy from Hay House, I believe.
I am also not sure what you mean by the 'opportunity to write'? 
There are quite a few people in this forum that can definitively support you so if you can be a little clearer, please...?
Peace
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Meditation Questions / Re: Getting started: breaking the habit meditations
« Last post by lbishko on May 26, 2017, 02:05:45 PM »
Thank you Naki,

WRT weeks 2-3-4:
"The written form of these Meditations may be found in Appendices A, B and C."

...but are they on the CDs? This page doesn't indicate that they are.

Secondly, how can I receive some form of guidance with the "opportunity to write" parts? Dr. Joe is too busy to support people directly....and I'm not sure if I understand it all, and how to really identify what I'll be working on. I'm talking about doing the inner work. The book leads you up to it, and leaves you hanging.
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I am seeking a roommate for Cancun 2 for the same dates.  I have a King reserved in Xhale.  Have you found a roommate.  I am a female, if it matters.  Daylight
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Meditation Questions / Re: Getting started: breaking the habit meditations
« Last post by naki on May 25, 2017, 01:25:48 PM »
Leslie,
I hope this helps to clear things up for you.
https://rf127.infusionsoft.com/app/storeFront/showProductDetail?productId=380
The Water Rising and the Body Parts are both meditations... This is what you would start with.
Explanation is included in the link.
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Overcoming Health Challenges / Re: Has anyone tried acupuncture?
« Last post by Calispera on May 25, 2017, 12:36:48 AM »
Is this another advertizement?
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Overcoming Health Challenges / Re: Has anyone tried acupuncture?
« Last post by joswin on May 24, 2017, 10:26:17 PM »
Hi marshall, I had underwent an acupuncture treatment from a chiropractic clinic in Oakville.
If you are scared of using needles, then there is an alternative method called "laser acupuncture". In this method, laser or electrical stimulation is used for penetration.
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