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Part 3 – Adrenal Fatigue / Adrenal Exhaustion Series

— Update August 2016 —

I did post a protocol update – click here.

— Update January 2016 —–

After having some success but many failures on this protocol, I wound up discovering a new protocol that is working much, much better. If you would like more detail about what I’m doing, please email me directly. I may put up a post later this year about it.

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Well, it’s been about a year since my last post on Adrenal Fatigue / Adrenal Exhaustion. You can find my first blog post on this subject here.  The Part 2 is here.

Again today someone asked me about my protocol.  She has AF, and a daughter.  She also suffers from nausea.

Here’s what I wrote.  I make no income from the links below; I’m merely sharing my life with others. I hope it can help others to educate themselves. Doctors dismissed my symptoms for years, only now can I find doctors who know how to recognize and attend to AF and AE.  The more we can share experience, the more we can all learn and find answers.



Hi Nicoletta,

I’m sorry you’re having such problems.  Especially with a daughter, it’s not good.
Please know – I am not a doctor – and I had to treat my own level of AF (there are 4 Stages, and each stage must be treated differently).  I had a very bad stage – Stage 3C Adrenal Exhaustion where I was bedridden for 45 days – which is now better.  I need to run new tests, but I think I’m around stage 3A or stage 2 now.
If you’re nauseous, you need to identify why.  Is it a toxin?  Is it dehydration?  Is it food allergy or food imbalance?  Or a supplement mistake?  Or something else?  I can’t help you with this – you need to find it.  I did have some nausea from dehydration but when I started my electrolyte drinks and diet protocol (see below) then it stopped.  I also had nausea once from a bad iron supplement and when I switched it went away.
I cannot be responsible for any outcomes from what you choose to do – I can only report what I did.  Please do your own study and discover what is best for your body and your situation.  Please call doctors who are trained in adrenal exhaustion like I did and get help too.
I am not yet finished healing my AE.  I would be better but I was inconsistent with my protocol.  Healing adrenal exhaustion can take years.  I’m only now able to take small amounts of ginseng and other restorative adaptogens, but only because I’ve gotten so much better.
My protocol includes diet changes, life changes, sleep changes, and exercise changes.
Also – I had other issues – fibroids, estrogen dominance issues (my nipples turn black and I had terrible mood swings), I have low blood sugar issues, and I had many infections.  I also had electrolyte imbalances that caused me migraines.  I also drank too much water – 4-9 liters a day – which saturated my body so the cells could not get bathed in the nutrients they needed and I had to urinate all the time.  Also, my metabolism had slowed – I had frequent constipation and low thyroid counts (see below).  I also had exercise intolerance – I would get dizzy and black out if I stood even to cook, and I couldn’t do more than 5 or 10 minutes of any exercise without having trouble (blacking out and having muscle pain in my arms and legs).
I built my protocol after a lot a lot a lot of research.  Now, I am rebuilding my exercise endurance, I don’t have infections, I am able to cook and clean my house again…  In the summer and fall I would take my bike out and ride 6 miles 2 or 3 times a week.  Until late fall I could walk a half mile or 3/4 mile 3 times a week.
I’m improving.
But – Please do your research.  The wrong choices can make you worse.
I did this:
– I did a lot, a lot, a lot of reading on this website:
– I went to an osteopath who would give me a comprehensive blood test to determine any deficiencies – I had many deficiencies – Magnesium, Vit A, D, E, K, Iron, B-12, all were too low.  I had to fix this problem first.
– I got a test to establish what stage Adrenal Fatigue I was in.  I used this at-home test:  
– I took my results to 3 sources to confirm I was stage 3C Adrenal Fatigue.
– I called Dr. Lam to get help by phone – I got phone and email consultations from him.
– Finally Dr. Lam told me I was too extreme in AE and he couldn’t help me more.  I used information I learned from his site and Dr. Wilson’s site to build my own protocol of supplements, I changed my diet, changed my life habits, and after many adjustments and experimentation I started to see results.
This is the majority of my protocol:
– I retired my business and changed my life to a Low Stress one, part-time work only, no commuting in traffic, no arguments with friends or family; I started spending less time with stressful people and got help to get things done (grocery delivery, home care, etc).
– I am supposed to go to bed by 10pm, sleep in total darkness with an eye mask (except for the days around the full moon where I use no eye mask), and then I sleep until my body is ready to wake – usually 10 or 11 hours.  Sometimes I do wrong and I go to bed too late.  I always pay a price for this.
– 30 minute walk – not too fast – 3 times a week.  At first I could only do 5 minutes each exercise day.  I built up over time.  I am still recovering my stamina.  Now I am beginning the 12-minute Athlete program but I can only do the first set of exercises so far, and only a few each.
– Get at least 20min of sunshine a day, as often as I can.  When I do, I feel better.  When I don’t, I feel worse.
– Reduce water intake to only when I am thirsty; keep electrolytes balanced by taking 8 oz electrolyte drink 3 times a week or whenever I have headaches or whenever water doesn’t taste good anymore – Electrolyte drink: 1/2 fresh organic squeezed lemon juice + 1/2 tsp Himalayan sea salt in 8 oz water.
– Every meal, 2 fistfulls of above-ground organic vegetables – cooked, not raw.  Mostly cabbage family – cauliflower, broccoli, chinese broccoli, brussels sprouts.  Also avocado (raw), asparagus (cooked), kale, chard, bok choi, spinach.
– Every meal, high fiber.  I eat a lot of avocado, coconut flour, hemp seeds, chia seeds, hemp protein powder (high protein and high fiber).  I also add inulin fiber to meals and drinks when there isn’t good fiber in the meal (ex: when I’m eating rice or brown rice pasta).
– Every meal, some Good Fats – and only good fats – butter is good, and olive oil, coconut oil (always only organic sources, cold-pressed, extra virgin, etc.) and omega oils higher in omega 3 than omega 6 and 9
– Until 6pm, each meal I eat 20g protein each meal (about the size of my palm of meat, organic, grass-fed animals only), up to 60g/day.
– No protein after 7pm.  Only veggies + good fats or fiber + good fats (ex: coconut flour muffin with butter and low protein).
– Low Carb – each meal, no more than 30-50g carb – and only complex carbs (sweet potato, whole brown rice, etc.)
– If I could drink raw milk and eat raw butter, I would do that too.
– I eliminated all toxins and eat only healthy organic natural foods – No more wheat with gluten (only brown rice pasta), no more refined sugar (only raw organic honey, and very little, or blueberries or raspberries only, or maca powder or lucuma powder for sweeteners – whole food), no soy, no corn, no more caffeine, no more alcohol, no nitrates/nitrites…. no additives ….no dyes…no toxins.  No more fish/shrimp (mercury load) – if I must eat them I try to eat them with a clove of cooked garlic to eliminate the mercury.  Sardines are ok though.  No pork.  I hope to return to 1/2 glass of wine per day after I heal more.
— 3 weeks on, 1 week off, then repeat —
– 8 oz water with 3 powders in it – 1 tsp collagen powder , 1 tsp whole green food powder and 1/2 tsp yaeyama chlorella powder
– Thyadine Colloidal Iodine drops (I started with 1 drop a day, now I am up to 5 a day).
– 1 Centrum Silver multivitamin (if I forget a day, I take 2 the next day)
– 500-1000mg Vit C with Bioflavinoids  (at first it made me jittery, so I had to take less or switch the kind of Vit C)
– 1000 mcg Chromium Picolinate
– 200 mcg Selenium
– 15,000 IU Palmitate Vit A (competes with Vit E, so don’t take A+E together)
– For breakfast I usually have 2 eggs cooked with butter, 1 slice of gluten-free toast, 1 cup of hemp protein shake with 1 tsp Collagen powder in it (link above).
– 27 mg Chelated Iron as (for my anemia – calcium interferes with iron uptake so don’t take them together)
– B-17 for my fibroids (Novodalin), B12, B-complex with B-6 and other B vitamins
– 1000 mcg Folic Acid
– 800 IU Vitamin E (competes with Vit A, so don’t take A+E together)
– 200 mg Alpha Lipoic Acid (makes free radicals so I take 2 Vit E tabs, 800 IU)
– 5K IU Vit D
– 2200 mg Vitamin K complex with K1, K2
– Biotin (I’m sorry I can’t find the bottle)
– 200 mg CoQ10 for anti-aging and to help my metabolism
– Zinc (I’m sorry I can’t find the bottle)
– 800 mg DGL (deglycyrrhizinated licorice)
– Dim Pro – 3-4 capsules if I see any symptoms or mood swings; 1-2 a day otherwise.
– 1000 mg Calcium Citrate
– 500mg elemental chelated Magnesium
– 500 mg L-Glutamine
– 1000-2000 mg L-Lycene
– Omega oils with 3 times as much Omega 3 as Omega 6/9.
– Collagen powder in my food
When I used to have lots of infections – I treated any infections with high quality 10-20ppm colloidal silver (not ionic silver).  As a result I don’t have infections so much anymore.  I ingest 1-3 Tbsp colloidal silver per day, I spray colloidal silver on topical issues, and I use colloidal silver for ear infections.  I spray it in my eyes if I have eye infections. I inhale colloidal silver when I have any breathing problems or a cold.  I use colloidal silver as a mouthwash.  I feed my dog a few drops colloidal silver in her water each week to prevent tooth decay.  Colloidal silver gets rid of infections very quickly – it also makes me thirsty so I have to drink more water when I use it.
I had trouble with candida (urinary tract infections).  For this I took 2 Tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar in 8oz water, and eat plain yogurt, and my symptoms go away in 24hrs.  I also occasionally drink 4-8oz Kefir to help with intestinal flora balance.
– I had a melatonin deficiency – so I sometimes take .5mg Time Release Melatonin at night.  Melatonin also helps prevent many diseases.
– Sometimes I wake with night-time hunger / insomnia.  In this case I take Omega oils and magnesium, a bit of water or sometimes an electrolyte drink, and go back to sleep.  Because I started to gain a lot of belly weight and pounds from cortisol issues, now I’m also trying 1 Irvingia tablet if I wake in the night.
As you can see, this is not easy.  Most of it I had to start little by little and built up.  It didn’t take me long to get off refined sugar, but it took me a long time to get gluten-free.  It took me a while to learn how to eat and buy organic.  I also often hate taking this many supplements.  But when I stop taking them, my energy levels drain away.  I’m convinced that food no longer carries the nutritional value it used to, and I’m having to repair lost stores in my body.
So I hope this answers your question.  Again, please do your own research, so that you can best understand your own body.  Do not outsource your thinking.
Wishing you many blessings for quick and easy recovery,

Sacred Geometry and The Nature of Everything

Thanks to an inspiration on Facebook, I am posting this Q and A to help anyone who is interested understand the connection between Sacred Geometry and … well … Everything.

If you’d like to see my facebook pictures in the post, I’m at – or you can see previous posts on this blog for more info on sacred geometry and nature.


Me: Yum!! Sacred Geometry Rocks. The Nature of Nature, Baby! Right under our noses.

JBN: What does this mean in simple terms (English) ?

Me: The YinYang symbol is a 2-dimensional symbol that is derived from (and represents) a dynamic 4-dimensional, toroidal structure that is at the root of Nature / SpaceTimeReality as we know it.

JBN: May I know what the practical application of this in we everyday life ?

Me: Sure. Just like the light-bulb, there are many practical applications of this tool depending on how broad or narrow your daily life is. For example – Some people are applying toroidal dynamics to create new, improved electricity circuits that operate on less power and generate electricity as they work (look up Keppe Motors). Some are applying toroidal dynamics to understand the electro-magnetic dynamics in the human body (your heart and brain are both sources of an electro-magnetic field). This toroidal behavior is part of the way everything in our physical Nature works – from the smallest to the largest (google physicists Nassim Haramein and if you can bear his languaging Walter Russell’s work, who discovered some of the elements on our periodic chart). There are more books and science sources coming out daily realizing the link between sacred geometry and all of the fabric of our lives (ex: the link I put up about jewel universe – here ). Some are even applying knowledge of these dynamics to create alternatives to water generation and propulsion (Keshe). This same structure is related to the Flower of Life and the Tree of Life and the Sri Yantra – they are all 2-dimensional representations of the same main structures (see the photos in my albums). We see the connection in 3D in a new sound-related science called Cymatics; this relates directly to music and has possible medicinal applications (Rife). As we human beings learn how to represent toroidal dynamics in math, we are simplifying and correcting our understanding of the universe – everything from sub-atomic particle behavior to the way hurricanes and tornadoes work (there’s a yin/yang dynamic visible at the top of a hurricane), to the way galactic bodies work (the arms on the Milky Way galaxy and the way quasars behave, which is directly related to how our sun behaves) – (see also this link ). Some are applying the new understandings in medicine as well. The shift in the way we understand reality is no less important or applicable as when we human beings stopped thinking the Earth was flat. Now because I’m interested in everything from healing to music to alternative energy to science to medicine to art to ancient history, and because I believe in informing myself when more accurate perspectives of reality are discovered, this is a part of my daily life, every day. Depending on your scope of interest, I hope this’ll help show ways advances in electricity, science, medicine and more might be related to your everyday life.

PS: If you want a real trip through 6 dimensions, turn off your sound and watch this: 😉

“Depressed” Writes In

I’m copying here a post I wrote in response to someone who was depressed.

I hope it helps others too.



Question: How does a person who has been treated for anxiety and depression for create a good life using the power of the mind (which is naturally negative an confused due to brain chemistry, genes and life experience)? How does one create more positive than negative experiences with this genetic make-up? (A cry for help) Am I doomed?

My response:

Not doomed!

#1 – Use, “Thoughts are things” to your advantage – Transform depressing beliefs and thoughts about pain, frustration or upset into an understanding of what you Yearn for that is at the root of your pain. This is very healing. For every negative, pessimistic thought there is either a need to grieve or a need to integrate a value from the subconscious to the conscious so that the Divine that you Are can stand up for what is needed.

I know a *lot* about the question you’re asking – I had a Coach Certification school and healed my own life with the work I taught – I live it still daily. Let me know when or if you want more. Grieve, baby, your sadness is a guide that points to the Hand of Divinity that you Are.

#2 – Watch your body – diet, sleep, movement. You can’t feel better if your biochemistry is out of whack. For one – healthy organic non-gmo food – We are surrounded by toxins, and many things the body needs to stabilize emotion – are not in our daily diet! Some great starters – I do 5K Vitamin D a day, daily Vitamin C (1000mg), eat Live whole food not premade manufactured stuff, lower your carb intake to 130 carbs a day (drop almost all refined carbs and sugars totally), and make sure your Seratonin levels are supported (sleep until your body wakes organically, make sure you have SOME healthy complex carbs – 20-30g – each meal), increase your iodine intake (our RDA is 150mg/day, Asian populations take in 13,000mg/day, I take 5 drops of Thyadine a day). Walk 5-15 minutes a day. Get sunshine at least 15min a day. If you have constipation – eat 6-8 fistfuls of above-ground veggies every day to help clean out your gut and stay regular every day. These go a LONG way to helping your body chemistry.

#3 – Make a commitment to your joy – and then make daily ways to feed your joy. Do you get enough sleep? Do you take time for yourself? Do you pamper your body? Make a list of 15 things that you Love to do and that you can do for joy, and do at least 1 every single day, no excuses. Here are some of mine: I love sewing, studying alternative energy stuff, listening to music, dancing, talking to friends over the phone, and doing dress-up (hair and makeup stuff tickles me). Start a list and add to it every chance you get.

#4 – Get off environmental toxins – SLS in our detergents and cleaning products and bathing products, BHT in our canned food, soy causing estrogen dominance, corn / wheat / milk allergies that shift mood, sugar’s negative impact on our immune system and body health, floride in our water and toothpaste, chlorine in our water and pools – all of these effect the body’s chemistry – including emotional states. Some calcify the pituitary gland. Do research, learn, and get yourself free from toxins as much as you possibly can!

#5 – Environmental toxins – fear-mongering TV, news, people wallowing in victim-mentality instead of taking the bull by the horns and standing relentlessly for cooperation toward solution — inadvertently we can immerse our minds and hearts in super-depressing environmental influences. Choose in favor of your Sanity and Change Your Influences to ones that are optimistic, actively being the world they want to see, and supportive.

I could do this for days. Let me know when you are ready for more. I teach about 7 aspects of your BodyMind system, and 3 areas where you can help your Mental Hygiene – so that you can get a fighting chance!

You’re not alone!!

Keep reaching out, we’re out here!


Part 2 – Adrenal Fatigue / Adrenal Exhaustion Series


Today I answered questions again from someone asking about my experiences with AF/AE.

You can find my first blog post on this subject here.  Part 3 is here.  I then posted a protocol update – click here.

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I have a few questions.

1. Is it common for people with AF to seek stimulants like speed or ADHD medications (ritalin or adderral?) And therefore is it possible to mistake fatigue as a type of depression?

2. Can AF lead to muscular pain, or nervous symptom irritation that leads to pain? If so, what tpye of pain?

3. What’s the best nutrient diet for people with AF? A need for specific nutrients? Bless you for being so kind.

My responses:

1.) I have not done extensive enough research to know what is common or not or how that is interpreted. I do believe that we in the US take too many stimulants and medications into our bodies as a coping mechanisms – coffee, sugar, ginseng, pharmaceuticals. I do believe that this creates a rebound crash in our systems – sugar lows, caffeine withdrawals, and blood sugar crashes are examples. Do I think it’s possible to mistake fatigue and body depletions as depression? Absolutely.

2.) Again, I am not a clinical expert, so I cannot say that I’m qualified to answer your question. However, I do believe I see a connection in my own body between AF/AE and pain. I believe that depletions of iron, magnesium, calcium, and salt in my system lead to nervous system problems: migranes, muscle twitches and RLS, painful leg spasms, back pain. I believe that the estrogen dominance (hormone imbalances) sourced in AF/AE have contributed to swelling, leading to joint pain, breast pain, PMS, and more. I believe calcium uptake problems (due to other depletions) has lead to tooth problems (and pain). So yes, I believe there’s a connection between AF/AE and pain in my body of many kinds.

3.) Did you read my first blog post on this subject? There Is No One Best Nutrient Diet. I can tell you what I did that worked for me, But You Must Do A Thorough Assessment For Your History, Your Symptoms, And Your Blood Test Results. Please go read my blog post again. Also – nutrient needs CHANGE through the course of a healing duration. You Must Get Knowledgeable, Track Changes and Do Many Experiments or Hire Someone Who Is Capable Of Tracking For You. I hope this is very clear. People have Gotten Worse from using someone else’s healing protocol. Don’t Do That. After you have your baseline blood tests done and have the results, let me know if you want to work with me as a consultant to support you – and if you will consult a doctor with cure history for AE/AF.

Blessings to you too 🙂

Hope this helps,

Part 1 – My Path to Adrenal Fatigue / Adrenal Exhaustion Recovery

Hi again,

Well, the more I talk about my successes and progress recovering from Adrenal Exhaustion, the more folks ask me what I did to get here.  Here are links where you can find my Part 2 and Part 3 writings in this series.

I then posted a protocol update – click here.

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To be clear, I didn’t (yet) overcome Adrenal Fatigue (AF). What is accurate is that I’m still in recovery from Adrenal Exhaustion, which is far worse that AF, and in progress; I expect to be in continuing recovery for at least another 2 years.

A year or so ago I was Stage 3C Adrenal Exhaustion (AE), badly enough that at one point I was bedridden for 45 days. Making food was difficult; even standing and walking 20 feet to my kitchen was difficult. Exercise or standing for more than 10 minutes was out of the question.

I’m not yet done, but in the last year I have progressed to Stage 3A, or maybe at the end of Stage 2, which is the deep end of the Adrenal Fatigue spectrum. I now dance ballroom dance 90min a day, once a week, exercise on my bicycle trainer and do aerobics 2-3 times a week, cook without difficulty, and can enjoy long walks through stores without difficulty again.

I’m healing.

I look forward to progressing back to Stage 1, and then normal function altogether, as I continue consistent practice on my personalized protocols.

To explain how I got here is quite detailed, and very unique to a lot of investigation, awareness about my history, tests I did, and experiments I’ve done to see what my body needed, how much and when.

However, I wrote this post in reply to someone looking for a first step toward recovery.

When I was first concerned I may have AE or AF, I first:

a.) got a broad spectrum blood panel at my local AF-trained osteopath to check for all deficiencies (in my case I had many – vit k, b12, vit d, vit a, iron, and others)

b.) got a comprehensive hormone / adrenal function home test kit – I use the Canary Club 10-test kit.

These tests are not perfect, but they did give me baseline numbers to investigate, such as DHEA, cortisol levels, testosterone/estrogen (which drop low in AE), thyroid function information, etc. As expected, my testosterone was shot, DHEA way off, cortisol non-existent, and many other indicators congruent with Stage 3C AE.

With that information I had a start.

I then started informing myself with as many videos and articles as I could on Dr. Lam’s site – – he has a whole section dedicated to AF and AE, and pages upon pages of information in each article.

Each section also has a 9-min video overview to make intro’s easy.

I would also recommend you find a wholistic practitioner who has prior experience with AF and AE, including CURE history. I did work with Dr. Lam for a time, and probably will go back to him again after I make more progress, but my case was severe enough that he was reluctant to work with me, so I had to establish my own initial protocols based on extensive research and based on what I learned about my unique version of this condition. I did also do research from other doctors – however I found that other approaches did not work for me.

Let me repeat that – many people have suffered ill-effects by mimicking someone else’s AF/AE healing path. Don’t Do This. You need to get informed, and find the right protocol for Your body and Your history – and that takes time, repeat investigations, and tracking. If you don’t trust yourself to do that, hire someone who you do trust to help you with it.

Worse, the healing path is NOT a consistent one. You need to make adjustments to your protocol that are accurate to the peaks and curves of your own body’s responses and healing. If you do not, you can make your body worse.

As I said, in my case I had AE so severe that even Dr. Lam was reticent to work with me, but that didn’t deter me. I learned that AE is difficult to recover from; some never do, and in my case I had to expect a 3+ year healing trajectory. In hindsight, I realize I had early-stage AF in my teens and early 20s, and I had been in a barely perceptible decline ever since.

People in Stage 1 and 2 AF do better and enjoy far, far shorter healing trajectories.

It’s worth repeating that Everyone Is Unique – each person’s path to recovery is different; there are NO single paths that work for everyone. You need to pay attention to everything you change in your routines, and track the impact of those changes.

In my case, my protocols have been a comprehensive mix of supplementation, dietary changes, changes in sleep-habits, changes to reduce or eliminate factors that would contribute to taxing my system, and increases in my practices for emotional healing and release work (which I’ve published previously here in my blog and in my TIA Coach Certification School Materials).

For a detailed account of my protocols (Part 2 of my Adrenal Exhaustion Path to Recovery), email me or stay tuned.

If you want permanent recovery, be prepared to take on a whole-system approach.

We can talk about that more, if you want to, once you have a baseline idea of where you are in the AF/AE scale, and what deficiencies you do or don’t have. I’m also available as an ongoing consultant to those with AF/AE – however this is NOT a replacement for seeking the advice of a licensed medical professional with AE/AF experience.

For now, I hope this article helps as a first step.

If you want, let me know what you learn. Living with AF/AE can be hard. I often felt lonely and ashamed. People expect you to have the same responses to life that they have, and we simply don’t. It helps to have friends who understand.

Many blessings to you for vitality, quick recovery, and whole health,

Question from someone on my Facebook Page:

Q: You are the third person this week who has shown up for me with this problem. Is it an epidemic amongst the conscious helpers?

My response: I do think it’s epidemic, and I do think it’s beyond the “light workers”/”conscious helpers” – I’ve seen it rampant among many people on the Standard American Diet, people who wake to alarms, people who sleep less than 9 hours a night. I believe (and have read) that degrees of AF and AE are so rampant that upwards of 85% of Americans aged 20-50 may have some degree of it, and that we’re only beginning to see the tip of the iceberg which, when unnoticed, worsens into more “clinical” mainstream ailments like Diabetes, breast and uterine cancer, prostate cancer, hyperinsulinemia, hypothyroidism, etc. Worse, simple steps make a huge difference and yet our society does not teach or prioritize these things in the mainstream: getting off refined carbs (pasta, sugars, etc) – which is actually a true addiction, proper dietary balance (ex: eating 6-8 fistfuls of above-ground veggies per day, eating 20g lean protein 3x’s/day, eating good fats with the protein, combining fiber against any complex carb that is eaten, etc), accurate supplementation (ex: the RDA for iodine is painfully insufficient and results in thyroid disorders), simple exercise of 3 kinds (flexibility, strength and endurance, 10min each 3x’s/week). I hope that by writing this it will help others to find their way out of Adrenal Fatigue / Adrenal Exhaustion as well.

Holistic Life Improvement

Today I answered a question from someone about Homeopathy and Holistic Living.

Then it occurred to me that this may help someone else too.

So I share my reply with you.  I hope you find it helpful!

With loving blessings,


Well darling Finally here I am – ready to start to answer your question about Homeopathy.

Did you know that I’m trained 23+ years in Homeopathy, Holistic Healing and life improvement methods?

Part of what kept me from replying sooner, is that there’ are so many ways to get healing and relief that I didn’t know where to start for you!

So here’s a start. Tell me what you think and I’ll give you more as we talk over multiple emails. Ok?

Ok the first step is for you to understand more fully who you are. You, your life and your body are like a car – there are lots of systems. If you put gas in your car but ignore the tires, eventually they will fail.

You, your life and your body are the same way. You can “take something” homeopathic (a homeopathic remedy, for example). But if you ignore the other systems your life, situations won’t change. In fact they may even get worse.

So here are 7 areas for you to think about.

Each one is important. The best idea is to melt the ice cube from all sides, but you need to start somewhere.

Look over these 7 areas and then tell me what you think about my questions below.

1. Mind – if you want your life to change, your thoughts have to change. If you want things to get better, your mental habits have to get better. A great example of this is negative self-talk. “I’m worthless, things will never work out.” These kinds of mental habits are self-sabataging. There are many ways I can support you to improve your mental habits.

2. Body – We are chemical and electrical. If you want your mood to improve, correct nutrition and body care make a huge difference. Here’s an example. Did you know that some depression can be traced back to a Vitamin D deficiency? We get that from sunlight, but if we don’t get enough, we feel lethargic and sad. There are many nutrients that, if you’re deficient, will impact your energy, mood and attitude. Did you know that too much estrogen can make you moody and short tempered? There are many things I could tell you about homeopathic remedies for the physical body and how supplements can change your life.

3. Spirit – You are not just a personality. You are a divine spark of God’s light in a physical body. The more we human beings wake up to our greater self, the less we suffer. There is much I can share with you about awakening your spirituality and your Higher self so that you suffer less.

4. Heart – Whatever pain is not resolved, recycles. “He did this to me, she did that to me.” All of those stories are pain that never got released, resolved and healed. I have spent my whole life doing release work and helping other people do releasework. We don’t have the space to focus on our joy when we are carrying the weight of a lifetime of pain and frustration on our shoulders. The more you resolve and release, the freer you will be to find peace.

5. Gut – How good are you at replacing blame with non-violent expressions of your feelings and needs? How good are you at making clear, doable requests to feed your needs? How good are you at feeding your own needs when others cannot? While name-calling, finger-pointing and blaming others can feel satisfying, it does not solve a thing. If you want to find more peace and joy in your life, it’s vital that you get better at naming your feelings, needs and requests to meet your needs.

6. Action – Nothing changes until you take personal responsibility for change and take action. How good are you at making measurable goals to have the kind of life you want? How good are you at finding multiple strategies to meet your needs and goals? How good are you at doing things to care for yourself instead of blaming others for your misery? I have spent my life coaching people how to coach themselves toward a better life.

7. Environment – Here’s where other people come into play. You told me you want to make choices in your environment to help you find peace. That’s great. While our relationships are dramatic, traumatic and full of upheaval, we feel unsettled, anxious and upset. Addressing relationship issues, resolving them or choosing out of them can make or break your joy. Sometimes it’s best to fight for resolution. Sometimes it’s best to get out of pain’s way. But if you don’t resolve your environment issues, you will continue to find upheaval every day you spend with those situations.

You may or may not find the peace and relief you want by doing just one or two things in one or two areas. You may need to pay attention and attend to things in many areas of the system that you are.  You may even need a system overhaul, and that takes commitment. It’s not easy. And sometimes it can be horribly uncomfortable and downright painful, like trying to do a yoga stretch you’ve never done before. But I can tell you from personal experience, it’s worth it. At the other side you get to enjoy more peace, joy and more fulfillment than you ever imagined possible.

So now you need to tell me:

What would you most like from me next?

I can give you information about any one of these 7 areas. I can do emails back and forth with you about all 7. I can give you quick answers, which may or may not give you lasting solutions. Or I can go back and forth with you over time, which is more likely to give you life-changing results that you want.  Or you can choose to go somewhere else entirely.  You have all the choice in the world.

What would you most like next, love?

Gail (Maya-G)

Vibrational Dynamics – Finds!

Oh man.

I’m finding there’s a larger and larger group of people discussing and waking up to the principles I have realized myself, that I call “Vibrational Dynamics”.

Here are some amazing links:


and a new documentary is coming out about all this YES!



Now my question is – how do I get involved with these folks in a way that helps us all learn and apply the nature of Nature in ways that provide for all our practical needs while supporting our transpersonal development of Consciousness?


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