SLIDER

Tyson's healing

Monday, 20 May 2019


On 9th April we started working with Tyson. One of our clients had been working on Tyson with Bowen Therapy and asked if we thought healing plans would help. So many people were throwing their support into getting Tyson back up and walking and we did too. Donna Bolton who is Tyson's Aunt had created a Gofundme page. Below me is what she had written:

Tyson is just like all our dogs loving to play with the ball, Friday he was playing with the kids, When the family woke up, Tyson didn't greet them,but just laid on his bed, for some reason, still unknown but he is unable to move, Tyson's family have had X-rays and bloods done but not really show anything significant to why this fun loving dog is now disabled, please help his family to find answers.

please help us help Tyson to recover to a fun loving boxer again.

The healing we provided was quick with healing plans that usually take 9-18 days being run in 2-3 days. The results also were very quick. The first plan had Tyson relaxing and accepting that he couldn't move properly rather than being depressed (an emotional lift), then he started to drag himself around the yard. It caused some abrasions but he was feeling well enough to move. Then his legs came back under him and he had a wobbly unsteady gait and could only move around for short periods but he was up on his feet.

By the 8th May just one month and the day we started Tyson's 5th healing plan he was running, chasing the ball and acting like nothing had happened.

So what had happened to Tyson that he became paralysed. If you are looking to us to give you a label, that's not going to happen.  We aren't believers in labels when it comes to health. Every person, every animal is where they are health wise due to the load they have in their body. This is the inherited load plus the accumulated load that leads to the symptoms and health issues that are currently being suffered.

Our work is about clearing the load - emotional, physical, mental and inherited so that body has space and energy to heal. This healing was done very quickly. Much faster than I'd recommend, especially for a person who still has to function, work, make lunches, take care of their children, etc. But for Tyson he could just rest, sleep and heal until he was feeling well enough to get up and go.

It was amazing to be part of the wonderful Healers that helped Tyson to get back on track. We are blessed with the healing knowledge and skills to do our part to make this happen for Tyson. Thank you for asking us to be a part of this miraculous healing Donna and Mel.

Here is a testimonial written by Tyson's mum the day we started the last healing plan for him.

Eric and Cathy, you are amazing angels.  Before our beautiful well-loved boxer dog, started a plan with you, we were at a loss of how to get our boy back to his feet.

Tyson was a lively boxer but around the 16th March, Tyson was found lying motionless on the concrete unable to get up, he was incontinent and required round to clock care.  Several trips to the vets, tests and lots of medication later no change, we were just wanting answers.

All this changed, once Cathy started Tyson’s first plan.

During Tyson’s first plan, we began to see improvements I couldn’t hold back the emotions, the changes were subtle but as you could imagine it gave us hope.  5 plans later Tyson is a very happy, cheeky boxer who is living life to the fullest, especially when it comes to playing ball. I couldn’t imagine life without Tyson.

Thank you to Cathy and Eric we get to spend many more precious years with Tyson, our family couldn’t be more grateful.

Thank you Sharon and Tyson


             

Equine healing for Little TR with vertebral spurs

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

This testimonial came from Cheri Riva-Heffren from Chualar, California, US

I bought an off the track 3 year old quarter horse gelding in June of 2015. He had suffered a fall during a race as a 2 year old, and although he checked out okay on the pre-purchase exam, he has never been right since his purchase.

For 3 and a half years we have been trying to peel the layers to get to the bottom of what is wrong with him. To name just a few things: He is generally uncoordinated (stubs front toes, back end not connected to front end) and has a hard time cantering, especially on the right lead. He is really tough to shoe on the front end, requiring pain medication and tranquilizer to get it done. He has also never played like a young energetic horse should. Aside from the multitude of physical issues, he has been absent emotionally and at times just seemed like he was in pain everywhere.

We have x-rayed and ultra sounded nearly every part of his body, we’ve injected, chiropracted, acupunctured, lasered, applied essential oils, treated for EPM, supplemented and had osteopathic and cranio-sacral work done. All of these modalities only provided temporary changes or pain relief. During these brief periods, I would see glimpses of the wonderful animal I knew was in there, but his body just seemed incapable of healing.

In October of 2018 he began to noticeably decline. He became much more neurologic (esp in the front end). We decided to do a CT Scan & Myelogram of his neck in January of 2019 based on these changes. It revealed spurs on the C2-C3 and C6-C7 articular process joints that are pressing on the spinal cord, more than likely from the trauma of his fall at the track. The word “Euthanasia” began to be thrown around. Desperate to find a solution, my research began and one path led me to the Heal With Ease website. I reached out to Catherine about my horse and she couldn’t have been nicer. They began working on my horse right away. 5 recommended distance healing plans later, and we are seeing some extremely positive results.

He has been shod twice since beginning the distance healing and has improved each time, not requiring any tranquilizer or extra pain medication on the last shoeing (he is on once daily equioxx 57 mg). Honestly, the last shoeing is the best he’s ever been since owning him. His energy level is up with some short bouts of bucking and playing in turnout. I’ve also been able to do a little round corral work and light riding where he has actually been willing to do some cantering. He seems generally more coordinated than before with a noticeable decrease in front toe stabbing and tripping. An additional change is in his emotional state. He actually seems joyful most of the time and I am really starting to feel like we are connecting (yay!). It’s hard for me to explain, but on an intuitive level, I feel a shift in his body’s ability to heal. We are still doing some physical treatments (Chiropractic & Acupuncture) that we did in the past, but now, I feel we are getting results that are sustaining him. My chiropractor was just here, treating him for the first time since having the distance healing plans, and he commented that my horse FINALLY felt ready for the body work and adjustments that he provides.

I am over the moon with the changes I am seeing. I will continue on with his current physical and supplementation programs (Chiro, Acupuncture, High dose Vitamin E and a highly absorbable Calcium product that’s supposed to dissolve bone spurs over time) along with the distance healing plans that Catherine recommends!

Folic Acid is Not Folate

Tuesday, 9 April 2019

You might be thinking, aren’t Folate and Folic Acid the same thing? The terms are used interchangeably, however they aren’t the same. They have molecular structures, which are “nearly” identical, which is enough to satisfy the requirements in the food industry.

Folate is an essential nutrient that is important for cell growth and the formation of DNA. It supports the nervous and immune system function, which is why folate is recommended during pregnancy.

In some countries their are laws which require folic acid to be added to processed foods such as breads and juices in order to provide the public with the “nutrient”. In Australia, mandatory fortification of foods with folic acid began in 2009.

What is the difference?


Folate is also known as Vitamin B9. It is found in green leafy vegetables, citrus, berries, beans and liver.

Folic acid (also known as pteroylmonoglutamic acid) doesn’t exist in nature. It is scientifically formulated from petroleum derivatives, acids and acetylene.

Side effects of folic acid

· Nausea
· Gas or bloating
· Poor appetite
· Funny taste in mouth
· Trouble sleeping
· Feeling depressed or overly excited
· Irritability
· Skin rash
· Itching
· Redness
· Difficulty breathing
· Rare – cancer of the colon or rectum (taking extremely high levels of folic acid may increase your risk)

The importance of folate for growth

Folate is important for the neural tube development, which occurs in the first 6 weeks of a developing foetus. It is the neural tube that later becomes the brain and spinal cord of the baby.

Limitations of the body to utilise folate

There can be genetic factors which affect the ability of folate to be processed in the body by Methylenetetrahydrofolate reductase (MTHFR). Having a mutation to the MTHFR gene can cause issues such as a deficiency or accumulation of folate in the body.

Folate Deficiency symptoms


If a person is deficient in folate they may experience a range of symptoms such as anaemia, changes in pigmentation of the skin, hair and nails, and ulcers in the mouth. A deficiency in folate also leads to a deficiency in Vitamin B12 which affects cognitive function and nerves. In babies that developed in-utero with low levels of folate (or with mothers who have the MTHFR mutation) they may develop issues such as tongue-tie, feeding and growth problems; or defects of the spine or brain.

Accumulation of folate

An accumulation of folate in the liver can also occur if the MTHFR defect is present. This leads to folate leaching into the bloodstream and can cause more serious health issues to be developed such as Vitamin B12 deficiency and cancer.

Where is folate found?

Folate is found in green, leafy vegetables, beans, citrus, berries and bananas, avocado and beef liver.

Other examples include:
· Broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, bok choy, cabbage, parsnip, sweet corn, green beans, zucchini
· Spinach, lettuce, asparagus, avocado, celery, green beans, parsley, mushrooms
· Lentils, kidney beans, pinto beans, black beans, soy beans, chickpeas, red kidney beans, haricot beans
· Quinoa, nuts, yeast extracts (Vegemite)
· Oranges, lemons, bananas, berries



Note:  This article is about folic acid compared to folate.  The same goes for most other vitamin supplements.  It's important to purchase a high quality supplement if you are going down this path as many of them are made with ingredients that aren't healthy for you.





Dogs with Travel Sickness

Thursday, 21 March 2019


This is our case study - March 2019

Our working border collie Jack has always had the worst travel sickness. Whenever he's in the ute traveling, even just around the farm, he will stress, drool and sometimes vomit.

We've tried running healing plans and using basic travel sickness remedies and still couldn't resolve this for Jack.

I have been doing some research that has led me to very high potency remedies. For example - the remedies most people have at home are 30C or 200C, in the healing plans we often come up with potencies up to 3,000C. In trying to resolve this problem for Jack I was inspired to use a 10,000C. Just a one off dose to see how it would work.

I treated him before Eric took him for a trial drive to Inverell 30kms away. He traveled well with only a minor bit of drooling. Next time he went out on the farm to start the pump he was alert, happy and no drooling at all.

Last night Eric had to run in late to pick up our son so took Jack after food (a real test) and he traveled without any problem. Amazing.

This is a different world for us looking at super high potency remedies. Very exciting.

I think this would work the same for people with travel sickness - air, car, sea.



Helping Lincoln with his Autism

Tuesday, 19 February 2019

My son has a double diagnosis, Autism spectrum disorder and Intellectual disorder and has been medicated 7 of the 9 years that he has been born into this world. He cannot cope in school and lashes out at other children and has meltdowns on a regular basis.

I needed to find an alternative method as medication was not helping. Cathy from Health with Ease came highly recommended from a family member to help with a more natural approach.

I am amazed that over the last few months of healing plans that Cathy has performed my son is now no longer on medication and has not been for the last 4 months. In the last 2 months his meltdowns have subsided and his anxiety levels have dropped. A huge thank you to Cathy and her team as I am now seeing the benefits that healing plans can do.

Kind regards
Sandie Tanner

Good skin without harsh medication

Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Nate came to us in August last year at the suggestion of some mutual good friends.  He was on the verge of going on some very strong skin medication to clear his acne.  

We ran some healing plans for him.  These are whole body healing plans and helped Nate in many areas of his life, including his skin.

On 2nd January he sent me this lovely email:

"Hey Darl!

I can’t even explain how I feel like amazing doesn’t begin to cover it. I have so much energy, my skin is so clear and I’m so happy it’s perfect. I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done it’s truly changed my life."

I asked Nate if I could share this with you and he kindly agreed and sent the beautiful photo below to go with this post.  :)



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