Monday, 28 February 2011

healing codes you can use

Alex Loyd and Ben Johnson wrote a book called The Healing Code. In this book they reveal twelve "Issues of the heart". These issues of the heart are created through corrupt cellular memory. Every cell in the body records every event that happens and stores these as images. These corrupt cellular memories change the physiology of the body at a subconscious level, and these physiological changes create disease and prevent healing. I encourage you to get the book and see how these issues of the heart develop and how they are related to health and disease. The healing codes were extensively researched for efficacy using the gold standard for measuring physiological stress adaptation in the body; heart rate variability studies.

here are the codes:

#1 Unforgiveness
Why do I choose to forgive myself and others unconditionally?

#2 Harmful Actions
Why do I choose to respond only out of truth and love?

#3 Wrong Beliefs
Why do I choose to believe the truth in my heart?

#4 Love vs Selfishness
Why do I choose to give and receive love unconditionally?

#5 Joy vs Sadness/Depression
Why do I feel so joyous and happy and full of life?

#6 Peace vs Anxiety/Fear
Why do I feel so peaceful and fearless and calm?

#7 Patience vs Anger/Frustration/Impatience
Why do I feel so patient and calm and relaxed?

#8 Kindness vs Rejection/Harshness
Why am I so kind and help others to feel loved and appreciated?

#9 Goodness vs Being not good enough
Why do I choose to do what is right and feel secure in myself?

#10 Trust vs Control
Why do I feel so trusting and able to release control?

#11 Humility vs Image Control
Why do I love others as they are without comparing myself to them?

#12 Self-Control vs Out of Control
Why can I embrace life with enthusiasm and still live a balanced life?

Thursday, 17 February 2011

chiropractic and sports

England played Denmark last week and sitting on the Danish bench was Dr Johannes Breum, a chiropractor.
A large proportion of successful athletes have a chiropractor on their team. This is what some of them have to say about chiropractic:

“The team wasn’t just riders. It was the mechanics, masseurs, chefs, soigneurs, and doctors. But the most important man on the team may have been the chiropractor.” – Lance Armstrong, 7 time Tour de France Champion

“ …as long as I see the chiropractor, I feel like I’m one step ahead of the game.” – Tom Brady, New England Patriots ~ 3 time Superbowl Champion and 2 time Superbowl MVP

“Those are the guys that put me on the field when I didn’t think I had a chance to be on the field. These are professionals.” – Terrell Owens, NFL Wide Receiver

“I believe in chiropractic, and I know it works. You probably know about my long and successful career in football. I’m flattered by the testimonials to my durability. Football is a very rough and vigorous sport. Chiropractic was the key to keeping me in the game.” – Jerry Rice, Wide Receiver ~ 3 time Superbowl Champion and Superbowl MVP

“..lifting weights and seeing a chiropractor on a regular basis has made me a better golfer. I’ve been going to chiropractors for as long as I can remember. It’s as important to my training as practicing my swing.” – Tiger Woods ~ 14 time PGA Championship Golfer

“Without chiropractic, I wouldn’t be able to play consistently throughout the season.” – Johnny Damon, MLB Center Fielder and two time World Series Champion.

“You obviously can’t compete at your fullest if you’re not in alignment. And your body can’t heal if your back is not in alignment. Every track and field athlete that I have ever met has seen a chiropractor at one time or another. In track and field, it is absolutely essential. Chiropractic care is one of the things I think that no one has denied or refuted”
- Dan O’Brian, Olympic Gold Medallist ~ Decathlon