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Knitting Equals Pleasure, Despite ME/CFS
Jody Smith loves knitting. Again. She thought her days of knitting and purling were long over but ... she's back ...
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Energetic Healing and Epigenetics

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by Cort, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. Jody

    Jody Senior Member

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    Good. :) Terrible name, great subject. :D

    Changed my life.

    Check with Cort the mastermind, he may have some ideas.

    He usually does. :D
  2. R**

    R** Senior Member

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    Psychneuroimmunology

    Is there a thread for psychneuroimmunology?

    Enjoy your free Reiki, Jody!

    I know a woman here with lyme who gets reiki I think regularly.

    It is expensive though.

    A have a friend whose husband is being trained so he can help her. It would be nice to have energy healing in the immediate family. Which you do come to think of it.. can you use your energy for yourself? Hoping so for Reiki but also thinking it is not the same.. like giving yourself a massage!
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    R** Senior Member

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    Jody.. it changed your life.. how???? What is it?
  4. Jody

    Jody Senior Member

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    Thanks, I will. :)

    Yes, you absolutely can. I have experienced a lessening of various symptoms when I have put the time into it. The first experience I had was when I had a bad case of tendinitis. And Alan had a similar experience with a 20 yrs long case of cluster migraines. They've been gone for 15 yrs now.

    Don't know about with Reiki as I am not a practitioner but ... this energy thing is less restricted than you realize.

    We will need to talk more about this. :)
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  7. Jody

    Jody Senior Member

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    Liverock,

    Weird story. :D

    I love Uncle Fester just the way he is.

    Even his name is perfect. :Retro tongue:
  8. liverock

    liverock Senior Member

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    Jody
    So I take it your not pursuaded to go out in the next thunderstorm waving a copper frying pan in the air?.:D
  9. Jody

    Jody Senior Member

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    Liverock,

    I think I will take a pass on this.:rolleyes:

    I remember running in my barefeet in a thunderstorm, with a metal framed umbrella wondering if I was out of my mind. Was I a lightning rod? An ungrounded, barefoot lightning rod?:eek:

    I needed the umbrella up to keep off the worst of the pelting rain. But ... there it was ... directly over my head ... clutched in my hand ...:Retro tongue:
  10. Dreambirdie

    Dreambirdie work in progress

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    Okay, so I REALLY WAS struck by lightning, in 1979, and all it did was cause a big relapse back into CFS, and fry my nerves
    to make them even more sensitive. :eek:

    I would NOT recommend it as a treatment. :Retro tongue::Retro tongue::Retro tongue::Retro tongue::Retro tongue::Retro tongue::Retro tongue:
  11. Sushi

    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    And I know someone whose autonomic dysfunction began with a lightning strike. Also heart damage and off and on paralysis. Me, I think I'll give this one a pass.

    On the other hand Dannion Brinkley (famed for his books on near death experiences) ended up with impressive psychic powers after his "near death" lightning strike. Course he also had heart damage and was half dead for a couple of years too. :confused:

    Sushi

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