My View from the Minefield of the Maimed and Muddled Masses

Needless Suffering Makes Me Sad


I help people. That’s what I do. That’s all I’ve ever wanted to do.

It breaks my heart when people suffer without the knowledge they need to help themselves.

I’m sad about the needless suffering people go through on a daily basis. I’m also frustrated by the belief that minerals are just a piece of the healing puzzle. From where I sit, the doubts about minerals and the importance of mineral balance perfectly mirrors the stress of other self-defeating beliefs. 

We really love our lab tests, but then the grave prognosis of a medical doctor along with those very same lab tests triggers even more negative and terrifying thoughts that keep people in a constant state of doubt, fear, and confusion when it comes to solutions to their health problems.

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I keep seeing many comments about minerals being ‘just a piece of the health puzzle.’ I don’t know for sure if this comment is intended to minimize the power and importance of minerals, but the affect is still the same. When we talk about minerals being ‘just a piece of the health puzzle,’we in effect negate and discount the central role and importance of minerals in creating and maintaining optimum health.

Of course if you are wise and you are looking at the
whole person, then you would be partly correct about minerals being a ‘piece of the puzzle.’ We all agree that there is so much more to a person than his or her mineral balance. But there is also so much more biochemical chaos when stress is at the center of a person's life making the mineral balance even that much more important.

Negative emotions, trauma, dysfunctional families, toxic people, drug addictions, grief, loss of a loved one, every stress that you can imagine, causes an
increase in the magnesium burn rate. So, it is still the mineral balance that is the key to the entire healing process. Without balancing the minerals, how can you maintain passion and energy for life?

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If you’ve gone through a messy divorce, lost your children in a vicious custody battle, been diagnosed with a terminal illness, or experienced some other traumatic event, you have an even greater reason to have a mineral analysis done. It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that you are pretty stressed out, or even in serious burnout mode. The very low levels of minerals that I see with stressed, burned out individuals, proves this point to me over and over and over again.

You can definitely get counseling, work with an empowerment coach like me who works with the whole person, talk to your pastor or your Rabbi, do inner healing work, attend a 12-step program, do meditation, practice yoga, and learn energy healing, however, you will still need to address your mineral balance.

A serious medical diagnosis is certainly another very important stressor. You might be diagnosed with Lyme disease, MHTF or methylation mutation, adrenal fatigue, cancer, kidney failure, or a toxic liver, and you will still need to address your depleted mineral balance.

Focusing on a scary diagnosis is discouraging and defeating. Looking at the possibility of balancing and restoring your mineral levels is full of positive and hopeful energy.

There is just no way around the importance of minerals because according to Henry Schroeder, MD they
arethe sparks plugs of life.” Without them, you aren't going anywhere at all because your ‘get up and go’ just got up and went!

There is no reason for you, or anyone else you love, to suffer alone in the minefield of emotional, mental, or biochemical confusion. As an empowerment coach, energy healer and spiritual teacher, I address the whole person—the emotional, mental, neurological, spiritual, and physical aspects.
Email me today to schedule a complimentary 60-minute discovery session with me or schedule online here.


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