OMNI Heart Connection

OMNI Heart Connection We ended the year with the amazing pinnacle of the Power of 3, LiGHt Healing programme. The last stage of the three-levels of attainment for spiritual re-birthing, through Allonus LiGHt Healing programmes…OMNI Heart Connection. We started the year with several foundation opportunities in Leeds and Cheltenham: Intermediate Opalescence, Cosmic HeARt opening and UNITY consciousness followed in September.   Finally, the BIG one’ OMNI’ end of November. A large group of excited participants gathered for the three-day event, to take advantage of this phenomenal opportunity, not offered to humanity previously. OMNI, is an exceptional package, extraordinary, encompassing living BLISS, awakening pathways to Quantum living.   Through the three programmes, people were transitioning a different internal development at each stage, growing, awakening and attaining new levels…
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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain that is often accompanied by fatigue, depression, sleep disturbance, cognitive impairment, and digestive and urinary symptoms. It is a poorly understood disorder in which pain signals processed by the brain appear to be exaggerated, amplifying the sensation of pain in muscles and soft tissues. There are no tests to identify it, so fibromyalgia is diagnosed by excluding other possible causes. Treatment may involve over-the-counter pain relievers, antidepressants, physical therapy, self-care, and medications specifically approved to treat fibromyalgia, such as Lyrica (pregabalin)                                                             Symptoms What does fibromyalgia feel like? It's about more than just muscle aches and joint pain. It is persistent, widespread pain that can move through the body in waves, causing sensations described as throbbing, diffuse, intense, or stabbing. Even mild…
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Qigong For Self-Care

Qigong for Self Care Recently I asked members of my free Facebook group what they would like me to talk about in my videos. One great suggestion was how to use Qigong to help with self care and learning how to like ourselves again. Often we may give ourselves a hard time about certain things. We can feel we are not good enough and we don’t really like ourselves very much! If you feel like this, I can tell you, you are not alone. This is what I’ll be telling you about today; how we can use Qigong to overcome some of these feelings. Janice Tucker is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Medical Qigong. She is also the founder of the Space To Relax online programme of Qigong video lessons. Please head over to subscribe to my YouTube channel by clicking the red “Subscribe” button. That way you won’t miss my regular videos which are full of useful health enhancing tips. These videos will help you to benefit your health and prevent illness from arising in the first pl…
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The Nature of Geopathic Stress & Electromagnetic Fields – One Major Cause for Degenerative Diseases

The Nature of Geopathic Stress & Electromagnetic Fields – One Major Cause for Degenerative Diseases When we think about science, we usually think of the so called “contemporary science” that is taught in our universities. If we consider science as the study and knowledge of the natural world, “contemporary science” seems to be totally insufficient. The foundation of contemporary science is based on a purely materialistic view of life – a model of reality that has been disproven in 1905 with Einstein’s theory of relativity and the description of electromagnetic waves.  Furthermore, Max Planck’s quantum theory should have brought an understanding about the true nature of our physical reality – but this has been ignored by all other scientific branches including medical science. However, results of contemporary science are getting “brainwashed” into people’s minds by schools, universities and by the media. As a result the majority of people are totally helpless once they fa…
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How to identify high-quality Opal stone and its Price?

Opal is the stone of fire which brings happiness and love into your life. It is the most colourful stone among all the gemstones. Opal means Opallios in Greek language and it means to perceive a change in colour. If you love colours and want to take some astrological benefits from them then you must try Opal gemstone. According to astrology, opal is the stone of richness, charm, beauty and elegance. It gives you all the luxuries of life. Gemstone planet Venus is the ruling planet of Opal. This planet signifies luxuries, richness, beauty, love and materialistic comfort. It makes a person satisfied in his life. Businessman and people who are working in fields like tourism, travel, exports and imports should wear the stone of Venus. It is also a substance of Diamond. It is the birthstone for the people who born in October month. Benefits of Opal gemstone If you are suffering from marital problems and conflicts then Opal stone can help you to overcome from this issue. It …
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Chiropractic Medicine

Chiropractic is a field of study that analyses and treats the disorders found in the musculoskeletal and nervous systems and how they affect the general health of a human being. Chiropractors are the doctors that practice Chiropractic medicine. A Chiropractor has the ability to treat a variety of health complaint but the popular complaints they work with are pain experienced in the neck, back, joints and head aches. A Chiropractor can treat a chronic complaint, an injury or just increase general mobility of the joints. The nature of Chiropractic medicine is a drug free hands on approach. The root of the word "Chiropractic" originates from the Greek meaning "treatment by the hand." As with Alternative medicine practices Chiropractic Medicine believes in restoring balance and harmony throughout the entire body to enjoy optimal health. Chiropractic Medicine also focuses on restoring and maintain a healthy nervous system especially within the spine. The spine is of great importa…
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What is Chakra Balancing?

Balancing your chakras improves your health and wellbeing, physically, mentally and emotionally.  Anyone can learn how to do this and experience a long-lasting feeling of well-being every day of their lives. Chakras are wheels of light located all over our body.  We have thousands of them in our body but the seven major ones are located along our spine from its base to the crown of the head. Each chakra is represented by a colour of the rainbow -  red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. Crown Chakra - Top of Head - Violet Third Eye/Brow Chakra  - Above & between eyebrows  - Indigo Throat Chakra - Base of throat - Blue Heart Chakra - Centre of chest - Green Solar Plexus Chakra - Just above navel - Yellow Sacral Chakra - Just below navel - Orange Root/Base Chakra - Base of spine - Red Chakras are like the power stations of our body, bringing it to life, and keeping it healthy. Each chakra is associated with different parts of us and …
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What Is so Special to Stake in Yoga Teacher Training Course in India?

As I placed myself cross-legged on the mat in the yoga studio, the silence permeated in the room as the following words of my yoga teacher fell on our ears, “We are not actually doing yoga”, I was dumbfounded, then what I have been doing all the past years. After few days did I realize what my yoga teacher literally meant and this is a reason why I came to India to join yoga teacher training. Only in few days, I realized hippie style is replaced with somber severity which though harsh in the beginning but became auspicious with the time. Unlike westernized concept where we are getting diluted version of yoga, here in India we are made to get into the roots of yoga which rake us for the original deal; a deal with oneself and own cherished attachments. This is what many Yoga Teacher Training India programs are about, with no fancy asanas and no sieving of traditional forms.  We get into the basic form to allow our breath, muscle memory and energy to flow through the body. Simp…
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Anxiety: a perspective from Traditional Chinese Medicine

Based on Western definition, anxiety is not a disease by itself as it's considered to be a worry about future events (being afraid of the unknown), past events (consequences of past actions) or a reaction to current events. At its root, worrying is often a fear of uncertainty and it's something that many people experience. Around 20% of the population in Ireland will experience a mental health problem like anxiety each year, which has steadily increased over the past 20 years. As Professor Ad Kerkhof, author of the new book Stop Worrying, says: 'Worrying is a form of self-torture where our own thoughts often make us suffer a great deal." So basically our thoughts create the disease itself turning them into measurable and real sings and symptoms. 'Worry is something that many people experience. It's not the same as thinking. Thinking leads to solutions. Worrying leads nowhere. Thinking leads to action. Worrying leads to nothing. Thinking leads to relief. Excessive worrying …
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RELAXATION RESPONSE CAN INFLUENCE EXPRESSION OF STRESS-RELATED GENES

Medical News Today reported on July 4, 2008, that eliciting the relaxation response, a nonpharmacological intervention, can help patients deal with disorders ranging from high blood pressure, to pain syndromes, to infertility, and to rheumatoid arthritis. The relaxation response – a physiologic state of deep rest – influences the activation patterns of genes associated with the body’s response to stress. The collaborative investigation by members of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind/Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and the Genomics Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) appears in the open-access journal PLoS One. “For hundreds of years Western medicine has looked at mind and body as totally separate entities, to the point where saying something ‘is all in your head’ implied that it was imaginary,” says Herbert Benson, MD, director emeritus of the Benson-Henry Institute and co-senior author of the PloS One report. “Now we’ve found ho…
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