Emotional Repatterning

  • Sleep! – Your Primary Health Tool

    Sleep. It’s a thing. It’s something that we all need and something that many of us don’t get enough of. Some of us struggle to sleep while others tend to use it as trading collateral. But the one thing we do know is sleep is far more important than we have been led to believe. Sleeping well is essential to keep our health in good condition, but if we also seek to have a healthy body we should try the best semen enhancers, which will not only help us to have a sculpture of gods, but our sleep will be of better quality. “Sleep is the very best life insurance…

  • Progesterone: Are you getting yours?

    It is often said that women are not logical.  Well thank goodness for that! If we calculated everything in life, we would be completely unprepared for the unexpected, and life is one constant flow of unexpected.  Women’s wisdom comes from the knowingness deep down in the core of her being.  Without intuition, we are without our true strength, something that goes beyond analytical intellect and the measures of science, it is the wisdom of the world speaking through our bodies, it is a strength beyond anything that can be controlled. When we allow this intrinsic force to flow through us we no longer feel something is missing. When our intuition…

  • Could CBD Oil Help Fertility?

    Every month we see a new natural health product hitting the market at full speed. Some of them last, some fade away. I learnt a long time ago not to trust something just because it’s popular. In fact I am a natural born skeptic. I like to do vigilant research before I even vaguely trust any product. CBD oil (cannabinoidal) fascinates me. Especially the kind derived from hemp rather than marijuana, since hemp doesn’t contain THC. My big question with most CBD oils is, “What process does the oil go through to get the final product? And were there synthetic chemicals involved (such as butane)?” During my research on this interesting substance and the…

  • The Cervix Speaks

    The cervix is the mouth of the womb, the gateway to our precious feminine chamber; the only organ in a human body that can nourish the spark of life and grow it into an entire new being. The cervix sits neatly inside your beautiful vulva; the bridge between your internal and external reality. The fact you can actually touch your womb is profound! Think about it, you can’t touch your heart or lungs from the outside, but you can physically touch your womb – what an honor.  There is little in life more intimate than touching a cervix. This gateway has many roles in the body. It has the important job of keeping nasty…

  • Why Women Need to Ovulate

    Is it important to become intimately familiar with our cycles even if we don’t have any reproductive problems? Being aware of our cycles, especially ovulation, not only helps us to form a positive relationship with our bodies, but it also may protect us from diseases such as breast cancer. Evidence shows us ovulation is vitality important for many aspects of long term health. What is your cycle telling you? It’s easy to take notice when menstruation is late, early, too long, too heavy, a wierd colour, or any number of other issues, but do you know anything about ovulation? Even women with regular cycles and minimal symptoms could be experiencing a lack…

  • What You Need to Know about Hormones and Breast Cancer

    Progesterone is an essential hormone with an important job. It helps to regulate the entire endocrine system and supports the nervous system. It has hundreds of roles such as maintaining the reproductive cycle, making cortisol, regulating thyroid hormones, supporting neurotransmitters and providing myelin sheath for the nervous system. Progesterone is also the antagonist to oestrogen; for these hormones to maintain balance progesterone needs to be between 200 to 300 times higher than oestrogen. Progesterone actually gets its name from pregnancy as in progestation. A woman’s body increases progesterone 40 fold to grow the baby. It does the important task of forming a healthy brain, nervous system and endocrine system for…

  • How Candida Causes Hormone Chaos

    Colon Clarity The colon is the foundation of our health. It holds the frontline for our immune system, balances brain chemistry, absorbs nutrients and kicks out toxins. The gut has it’s own nervous system known as the enteric nervous system, or the second brain. Nerve endings in the gut lining connect to almost every organ system in the body, and even to the brain. The second largest nerve in our body, the vagus nerve, is the connection between the brain and gut. The gut is responsible for manufacturing vital neurotransmitters for the brain, such as serotonin, 90% of which is made in the gut. The vagus is a multidimensional high way carrying neurotransmitters and…

  • Are You Having Vitality Orgasms?

    Most of us grew up in a society that values hard work and frowns upon play. Sex is so often just a moment of relief before getting on with the ‘should’s’ of life. But what if there was more to it?? What if deep profound earth moving orgasm was the golden elixir for our hormones, mental vitality and longevity? If you love live sex shows on cam then check out this web site where they have ratings for all of the top live nude cams so it’s just brilliant. The Vital Orgasm “Orgasm is vital and we have a huge lack of vitality in our culture,” says Dr Sara Gottfried, author…

  • I Trust My Body

    What does it mean to trust your body?  Why should you have to?  What is there to trust? Maybe our body holds our innate truth? Maybe it is our barometer illuminating unresolved stories through pain and other online gaming imbalances? And maybe the body shows us what is working for us and what isn’t? Our body is the only thing in this life that is really ours; best we look after it. Over the last century we have been part of quite a large experiment. Through the industrial revolution humans have discovered many interesting processes and products. But since mechanical medicine has overridden empirical medicine our ability to listen to the body’s signals is no longer encouraged. We have…