Chapter 1 Holistic Healing Techniques
From Accessing Bars to Yoga. 74 techniques for healing naturally.
The Akashic records hold the information on your past lives and provides the information on how you can release the patterns that have repeated themselves from lifetime to lifetime. These patterns can show emotional abuse – mental – physical, anger, fear, frustration, physical ailments and unhealthy belief systems. When the records are accessed on your behalf, the healing work is interactive, and you can take a conscious part in seeing the events, healing and releasing the patterns and emotions.
Aromatherapy Essential oils are used for aromatherapy. The oils are infused into the air so that it can be spread over a larger area. The oils can be used for their antibacterial to help clean the air. The oils can bring a pleasant smell to the air and provide a relaxing energy. The use of aromatherapy is a lot safer for the environment than the use of air refreshers and disinfectants that are made with chemicals that cause damage to our neurological system and liver. The oils do not contain the chemicals that cause neurological damage to the body.
Chapter 2 Energy Healing
This chapter is about how we can heal energetically.
Seven Major Chakras
From the pelvic area on our body up to above our head we have seven major chakras, and they are as follows:
Chakra 1: Root
Location: pelvic area.
Areas of the body that are affected: adrenals, feet, legs, pelvis, reproductive system, tail bone, testes, vagina.
Requirement: Survival and stability. The needs to be able to survive are clothing, food, medical care, shelter.
Discomfort when needs not met: anorexia, bone disorders, constipation, fears, hemorrhoids, knee troubles or sciatica. Being unable to focus or be still.
Chapter 3 Healing Property Terms
This chapter is on some of the terminology for healing properties that Mother Earth provides with the food that we consume or products that we use such as herbs and oils. Whether it be dairy, fruit, grains, herbs, legumes, meat, nuts or vegetables, the food we consume contributes to our health.
Alterative: A substance that cleanses the blood. It can alter the process of the nutrition we consume, work with the excrement and restore the organs of the system to a healthy action. It can stimulate the lymphatic glands and the endocrine glands.
Chapter 4 Proper Nutrition Essentials: Minerals, Vitamins, Oils, Enzymes, Proteins & Antioxidants
Our bodies need the proper balance of nutrients: minerals, vitamins, oils and proteins. When the body is deprived of these, our organs do not function very well and start to fail. For example, our brain is one of the organs that enables us to think and function on a daily basis. When the body is lacking in the minerals and vitamins, we become lethargic, unable to think, focus and complete simple tasks. The oils and proteins also provide the nutrients for our brains to function while producing the proper enzymes and hormones to regulate other parts of the body.
Boron is for the bones, muscles, brain function and alertness, and it aids in preventing postmenopausal osteoporosis. Boron also helps the body to derive energy from the fats and sugar, and in essential in maintaining the vitamin D level. Boron helps the body to metabolize calcium, phosphorus and magnesium.
Fruits: apple, grape, pear, Saskatoon berry, strawberry. Grains: barley, buckwheat, cereal grain, corn, oats, quinoa, rice (brown and white), rye, spelt, wheat. Legumes: carob, garbanzo, navy, peanut Nuts, Oils & Seeds:
Nuts: almond, Brazil nut, cashew, coconut, hazelnut, macadamia, pecan, pistachio, walnut
Seeds: chia seed, flaxseed, sesame seed, sunflower seed
Vegetables: carrots, Swiss chard.
Chapter 5 Mother Earth’s Foods and Medicines
This chapter explains chapters 6 – 19
Chapter 6 Dairy
8 Dairy products listed along with benefits.
Butter Butter is made from the fat of the fresh milk.
– adrenal glands, bones: health (better absorption of calcium), bone growth, bones/joints/cartilage, nervous system, teeth, thyroid.
Vitamins: biotin, D
Minerals: calcium, phosphorous
Chapter 7 Fruits
36 fruit products listed along with benefits. Same sample as Dairy.
Chapter 8 Grains
14 grain products listed along with benefits. Same sample as Dairy.
Chapter 9 Herbs
114 Herbs in this chapter !!!
Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) It is well known as a blood purifier (antifungal and alkalize) along with its healing properties for arthritis.
Vitamins: A, B1 (thiamin), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B12 (cobalamin), folate, C, D, E, G, K Minerals: calcium, chlorine, copper, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, silicon, sodium, sulfur, zinc
Other: alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, beta-sitosterol, chlorophyll, courmarin, cryptoxanthin, daidzein, fumaric acid, limoneme, lutein, saponin, stigmasterol, zeaxanthin
Plant: Alfalfa can be sprouted and eaten as young plants or as grown plants. Parts used: the flowers, leaves and petals.
Therapeutic action: anti-inflammatory, relaxant, stomachic
Appendix: Alfalfa is used as a natural treatment known to help reduce problems with the appendix.
Blood: Used to help lower high blood pressure, lower blood sugars, lower cholesterol levels, and to treat jaundice as it is a blood purifier. Alfalfa can assist with anemia and diabetes. Useful in preventing blood cancers.
Bones: The bones, skin and joints are the beneficiary when this herb is used, and it can help with arthritis.
Diseases: Used for alcoholism, allergies, arthritis, bursitis, cancer and hemorrhages.
Gland: Known to help with the pituitary gland (overstressed or too much anxiety) and to reduce ulcers
Immune system: As a blood purifier, alfalfa helps to strengthen the immune system.
Kidney: Alfalfa is a good kidney cleanser, gout and urinary problems.
Nose: This herb will aid in lessening nose bleeds.
Stomach: Healing of the bowels, reducing cramps, an appetite stimulant and for reducing nausea. For the intestinal tract, alfalfa can help with digestion.
Other: For mothers who are nursing, alfalfa will aid with lactation.
Chapter 10 Legumes
13 legume products listed along with benefits. Same sample as Dairy.
Chapter 11 Meats
20 meat products listed along with benefits. Same sample as Dairy.
Chapter 12 Nuts, Seeds & Oils
39 products in this section listed along with benefits. Same sample as Dairy. The oils are more in depth explaining good oils and not so good oils.
Chapter 13 Vegetables
39 vegetable products listed along with benefits. Same sample as Dairy.
Chapter 14 Essential Oils
45 grain products listed along with benefits and uses.
Basil (Ocimum basilicum)
It is known best for its calming effect and is an enhancer.
Therapeutic Action: antibacterial, antidepressant, anti-infectious, antiseptic, antispasmodic, restorative (stimulant for nerves)
Uses: anxiety, bronchitis, colds, concentration, depression, digestion, earaches, energizing, epilepsy, fainting, fevers, gout, headaches, hiccups, insomnia, mental fatigue, menstruation (scanty periods), migraine, stomach and intestinal cleanser, vomiting, whooping cough
Chapter 15 Ailments & Alternative Options
This chapter is the catalyst for the whole book and my main goal….
See the section in the menu to see the samples. I believe there are over 200 ailments and health options that we can use.
Chapter 16 Safe and Natural Ways to Keep a Healthy Home
Some of the topics covered in this chapter are:
Cleaning the air – Body & Organ Detoxing – Bug Spray Alternatives – Building Materials – Depression and Stress
Chapter 17 Food Preservation
Learning how we can preserve our locally grown produce by:
Freezing ~ Dehydrating ~ Drying ~ Canning ~ Cold Storage
Chapter 18 Gardening For Health
This chapter is about why we should be gardening again, and some of the safer ways of looking after our gardens.
Chapter 19 A Recipe or Two, Tasty and Healthy
I only have 5 recipes in this chapter. This chapter is a sample to share how we need to be looking at the food that we are eating and how the foods can health our bodies along with tasting really good.