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Signs Our Body Gives Us…

Anna Christine Doehring

Author: Anna Christine Doehring

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Stress is a major cause of fatigue and wrinkles. Stress causes constriction of our tissues and it uses up a lot of nutrients, making our body’s fluids and tissues) PH level acidic. Environmental factors, hormonal changes, and especially a lack of water play also play key roles.

Stress can manifest anywhere in the body. The tenseness of the tissue traps the energy around the cells. The interaction between the cell’s energy field and the DNA is blocked. In short: the Chi-flow is blocked. This is reversible with holistic therapies, a change of life circumstances, meditation, and by utilizing certain plants. A Tibetan healer said in 500 A.D. That the goji berry re-establishes the flow of the vital life-energy.

When a friend of mine was in her thirties, she had extremely wrinkled skin. Recent photos show her thirty years later with nearly perfect skin. For the past fifteen years she has lived happily in Sweden … without any stress.

Brain cells become dysfunctional in an acidic body, resulting in an inability to produce the appropriate chemicals (neurotransmitters) to communicate with the other brain cells. This can result in insomnia, anxiety, depression, neuroses, impairment of memory and other symptoms. The brain communicates through the spinal cord and other nerves to every cell in the body (skin cells, glandular cells, heart cells, muscle cells, etc.). Every body system can become dysfunctional if the nervous system is in itself dysfunctional, due to an acid/alkaline imbalance.

For example, glandular dysfunction results in the inability of the pineal gland to produce Melatonin that is needed for healthy sleep. The pituitary gland (the Master gland), when dysfunctional, is not able to produce enough Human Growth Hormone.

HGH improves skin texture, plumping out wrinkles and tightening skin overall. It enhances sleep quality; allows wounds to heal more quickly; improves strength, energy and endurance; decreases fat mass and increases lean muscle mass; improves libido and enhances sexual performance; improves immune function; and improves thinking ability, focus, and memory.

Dr. Howard Murad is an advocate of a holistic approach to healthcare. Water, in his opinion, is very important for cells and tissues. Not all water can be absorbed by the body. If you are not sure about the quality of your water, just put your hands around your glass and bless it. You’ll read in Masaro Emoto’s book, "The Hidden Messages of Water” why this is important.

Dr. Murad believes strongly in goji berries and uses them in his practice. The berries contain 500 times more vitamin C than oranges and are packed with essential fatty acids, amino acids, astronomical amounts of bioactive polysaccharides (glyco-nutrients) and "are most likely the most nutritionally dense food on earth” (Dr. Earl Mindell, R.Ph., M.H., Ph.D.).

There are 41 varieties of goji berries in Tibet alone. Only the berries with the 4 unique Master-Molecules used in all 71 scientific studies are used for the Himalayan GojiTM Drink that is patterned after the ancient recipes and practices of the Himalayan people.

Numerous scientific studies prove goji is beneficial for weight loss, increased energy and strength, better sleep, to look and feel younger, to enhance the immune system, to prevent free radicals and much more. Every 1 litre bottle of the Himalayan GojiTM Drink contains the equivalent of 2.2 lbs of the best goji berries with all the very delicate ingredients intact because it is cold processed.

The goji berry is called ‘the happy berry’. A relaxed and happy person will always look rejuvenated and be able to sleep. Just today, a client said to me "You always look so happy!”

Anna-Christine Doehring is a Certified Practitioner. She owns Energy All Around Therapies and has clients in Canada, USA, Spain, and Germany. She can be reached at 250-756-2235 or via email: healing@energyallaround.com

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