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Your Intentions Help You Heal
Posted by on 30 August, 2013

What is the most overlooked and underused aspect in modern medicine? Our intentions. Using our intentions to manifest our desired state of health is rarely considered to be part of our active wellness program, yet it should be.



Harnessing our own intentions is the most effective way that we can all play an active role in our own healing.

We are now at a crossroads where this ancient wisdom is becoming more main- stream. Medical communities in cultures all around the world have known for thousands of years that a focused positive patient is more likely to heal. Leaders in science are discovering that we are far more complex than biochemical machines. Health encompasses physical, emotional and spiritual wellness. It is impossible to separate our physical being from emotional and spiritual levels.

Our intentions create our reality. Intentions directly affect our metabolism and consequently every aspect of our health. It is common knowledge in the scientific community that our intentions influence our healing processes. Although these concepts are well accepted, the medical community has been slow to integrate these ideas into practice.

After discovering the structure of DNA the scientific community became obsessed with finding a structural biochemical explanation for every biological process. As technology advanced it seemed that every mystery in biology would be explained by physical biochemical interactions. When the human genome was sequenced this was thought to be the final frontier in molecular biology, which would leave few remaining mysteries in biology.

Rather than solving all biological questions, it became apparent that there are many important mechanisms which remain poorly understood. It turns out that our environment determines which genes are “turned on” and which ones are not. This selective control of the DNA results in these cells having completely different properties. The field of epigenetics emerged which has dramatically changed our understanding of biology. Epigenetics emphasizes the fact that environment has a significant and detectable impact on changes in every cell of our body. There are proteins that associate with the DNA and it is these proteins that deter- mine the expression pattern of these genes. Proteins are incredibly sensitive to their environment and the slightest change in the environment results in significant changes to their activity.

A crucial factor in our environment is how we choose to perceive our environment. Everyone is in complete control of their own perception of reality. We can certainly feel the difference in our body when we are relaxed or when we are tense. If we perceive our situation to be positive and ideal for healing then this changes the environment within our body. This directly influences cellular events and consequently our health. When someone is actively trying to improve their health, regardless of what the medical condition is, the goal is to change cell metabolism so that balance can be restored.

Almost a decade ago I discovered my healing ability quite by accident, through a desire to help relieve my Mom’s pain and suffering from multiple sclerosis. Even to this day it is a mystery to me as to why I have these abilities. Perhaps I have connected to my healing ability from my aboriginal shaman ancestry as I am related to my tribe’s last known tribal shaman healer. I have had the privilege of participating as an invited healer in many sacred healing rituals, which have shaped my approach to energy healing.

In an attempt to scientifically understand what I experience, I have graduated from university in molecular biology and biochemistry and am now studying to become a naturopathic doctor. I am fascinated by the dynamic nature of all molecules of life. Metabolism is based on enzyme activity and these enzymes are directly influenced by our intentions and thoughts. There is no such thing as an idle or neutral thought. This should be a huge motivation for everyone to practice positive thoughts and intentions.

When I first experienced healing with energy, the per- son receiving the energy was in the same physical room as me. Then I learned how to do distant healing and understood that distance is not a factor. What we perceive as separateness in physical terms is illusory as we are all part of an interconnected field of information. This is the basic premise of how distant energy healing works. It was during this time that I helped musician Ronnie Hawkins, friend of President Bill Clinton and John Lennon alike, recover from terminal pancreatic cancer and Dr. Edgar Mitchell, astronaut and founder of IONS (Institute of Noetic Sciences) heal from kidney cancer. After several international television shows, interviews and articles such as in Rolling Stone Magazine, I became well-known in healing.

As I am able to perceive or “see” how energy moves, I have discovered the potential of visualizations. I can “see” that healing is an innate and teachable skill and that every one of us can use to maximize our own healing potential through intentions. The most effective way to focus your intentions on healing is to visualize the healing process happening. Visualizations are focused intentions and they are a means to consciously focus intentions on healing.

Your cells are conscious organisms that do everything possible to maximize their contribution to your health and well-being.

Every cell in your body is functioning together for the benefit of you, the whole organism. This knowledge is very empowering because you have the power to influence every biochemical event that occurs in your body. Molecular biology is finally beginning to confirm what everyone has known for thousands of years; that your intentions influence your health. So take the time to clear your mind and talk with your cells because they are certainly listening to what you have to say.

About Adam McCleod

Adam McLeod is a molecular biologist, internationally renowned energy healer and best selling author. Over the last 10 years Adam has been credited with hundreds of healings from those who have read his books and attended his workshops. At these workshops he bridges his innate healing abilities with Naturopathic knowledge to teach others how to access their own healing abilities to become self-empowered.

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Controlling Intestinal Gas Naturally
Posted by on 06 February, 2006

Intestinal gas, flatulence, farting or breaking wind is a natural part of the digestive process. This odorless gas, although at times embarrassing, is the result of good digestion. Every day, our body produces one to three pints of gas that is ultimately passed. For some, gas is an ongoing problem. Discover alternative and natural healing methods in which you can reduce or eliminate the awkwardness of intestinal gas.



Intestinal gas, flatulence, farting or breaking wind is a natural part of the digestive process. This odorless gas, although at times embarrassing, is the result of good digestion. Every day our body produces one to three pints of gas that is ultimately passed. Intestinal gas is made up of oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and methane. If we notice an unpleasant smell, it is because the gas contains other compounds, including hydrogen sulfide and ammonia.

Bacterium that lives in our intestinal tract is what produces most intestinal gas. It digests the food we eat; primarily sugars, starches and cellulose. When ingested sugars are not been properly broken down, they can ferment and produce gas as they pass through the small intestine. Contractions of the small intestine propel this gas through the large intestine, where it is expelled out the rectum. This prevents gas from accumulating in the body, which can cause cramping.

Certain foods produce more gas then others. Some healthy foods such as fruits, vegetables, oatmeal, beans and peas often are the worst offenders. These foods are high in soluble fiber. Fiber slows the digestion of starches in the small intestine, thus promoting increased gas. Fiber, however, has many benefits including promoting a healthy digestive tract, regulating our blood sugar and maintaining normal cholesterol levels.

Normally we pass gas about fourteen times a day. Intestinal gas is only considered excessive if it is being passed over twenty times per day. If someone complains of excessive gas, but isn?t passing it over twenty times a day, then something else may be going on. Perhaps the real concern is the foul odor to their gas, an inability to hold gas back, or even a problem with soiling their undergarments when gas is being passed.

Recommendations For Wellness

Avoid foods such as beans, broccoli, cabbage, asparagus, coffee, eggs, fish, prunes, radishes, dates, figs - or artificial sweeteners like sorbitol - which can promote gas production.

Limit high fat foods. Fats slow the digestion of foods through the stomach and small intestine.

Avoid milk and milk products, especially if you suspect you are lactose intolerant.

Try taking a digestive enzyme or digestive bitter tonic before meals to help improve carbohydrate digestion.

Activated charcoal tablets, when taken before a meal, have been shown to greatly reduce gas formation.

Ginger, either fresh or in tablet form, is useful in relieving flatulence.

Catnip and fennel are herbs that are often used to ease bloating and reduce intestinal gas.

Nature?s Sunshine?s Anti-Gas Formula contains a blend of herbs that assist the body?s efforts to expel gas.

Supplementation with probiotics such as acidophilus and bifidophilus (4080-4) supports healthy bacteria in the digestive tract and keeps gas-producing bacteria in check.

? Copyright Body, Mind & SoulHealer 2006. All rights reserved.
Naturopathic Physician, Dr. Rita Louise, Ph.D. is the author of the books "Avoiding the Cosmic 2x4" and "The Power Within". It is her unique gift as a medical intuitive and clairvoyant that illuminates and enlivens her work. Let Dr. Louise help you bring health, healing and wholeness back into your life. Medical Intuition & Energy Medicine Certification training classes are now forming. Visit http://www.soulhealer.com or call (972) 475-3393 for more information.


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