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Re: Unprocessed Trauma- Your Likely Root Cause
jameskep37 Views: 5,625
Published: 7 years ago
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Re: Unprocessed Trauma- Your Likely Root Cause

"Simply not true"

The root of our problem is trying to restore our complicated gut ecosystem which has been lost though antibacterials etc... Explain how meditation/trauma healing is going restore that loss? ... Unless God decides to miracously heal us. But that is more prayer than it is meditation. Energy work does not  "replace" beneficial gut  organisms that have been lost, but only improves the efficiency of the organisms that are already there.  A lady who did biofeedback on me who believed in energy work, chakra,"trauma healing"  bla bla bla absolutley did nothing for my candida and in the meantime just took my $$$= a bunch of money making QUACKERY(as far as candida goes)

Nothing bothers me more when people have a serious health condition and people tell them its "Mental" or its "all in your head". NO its not all in my head...the problem is in my gut.  My brother took some antibiotics for a tooth infection and it resulted in some gut imbalances which his giving him some digestive issues. He is a strong believer in chakra, meditation, energy work etc....but those practices are not doing anything to restore his digestive issues.

"Unprocessed Trauma-your likely root cause" does not belong on this forum. Because the root cause of candida for the majority of everyone on here was the use of anti-bacterials, chemicals, heavy metals, bad diet etc... But of course stress and trauma does not help the healing process.


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