In the current age of pandemics, mandatory lockdowns, masks and injections, the ever-increasing electromagnetic radiation, air pollution, and the documented glyphosate contamination of everything we eat and drink… our stress levels have become over the top and our health is in constant jeopardy.
Is your barrel full? About 30 years ago, environmental allergist, Dr. Doris Rapp, shared the concept that we all have a total load of stress or barrel, that the body can handle before something breaks down. We have been sharing it in our advanced level training for nearly 25 years. It has become even more important in our current age, than in the past, for us to be able to understand this concept and identify ways to give us more room in our barrel.
This can be done by identifying key things, toxins, that can easily be eliminated or changed, thereby freeing up space in our barrel, giving the body the reserves it needs to deal with healing a chronic condition or just handling daily life.
Many of the current researchers and thought leaders are all coming to the conclusion that all chronic disease is due to toxins. These leaders like Gregg Braden, Dawson Church, Lynne McTaggart and Bruce Lipton even include cancer in this list of diseases caused by toxins. If this is the case, it is imperative we gain a clear understanding of what is toxic specific to us, what the toxins are affecting, our mental, emotional and physical health, and what we can do about them.
My late husband, Dr. Callahan, was a pioneer in the field of psychology, first in hypnosis, then cognitive-behavioral therapies, and then of course developing the first tapping modality. Over 30 years ago he discovered the profound effect toxins have on our health. He then began the process of finding out how to specifically identify what toxins were relevant for each individual. He followed with developing a process to neutralize their effect on our bodies. He was decades ahead of his time with ground-breaking work.
Now it is becoming accepted knowledge – toxins affect our health and well-being. However, there aren’t many other simple, safely self-applied protocols to do this. In our recent well-being webinar on toxins, I was surprised at the level of interest and need for a more in-depth class to share these profound tools. They are relevant to everyone, no matter where you live, your age or gender, we are all being affected by toxins.