Update Schofields

A few months ago I saw an updated documentary on Jani and Bodhi Shofield and their family.  I don’t know why, but I was actually devastated when I found that Michael, the dad, left the family and moved back east.  I guess it was just too much for him, but somehow in my naivety, I thought the bond of their plight would keep husband and wife strong, although you could sense cold undertones in previous documentaries.
Jani has blossomed into a lovely teenager and seems to have stepped in where dad exited, or should I say she stepped up, now helping her mom care for Bodhi, who is inordinately more difficult than Jani ever was, often requiring 2 strong male attendants to hold him back from banging his head or biting himself or other violent behaviors. I’m guessing he spends much time at UCLA psych because he is so hard to handle. It was never spelled out (or else I missed in in the show) but Bodhi appears to be both autistic and schizophrenic, and I do not know what else.
Now the Schofield family has re-grouped, sans the father, and seems to be going strong. My offer to help them with Sai Sanjeevini prayer patterns, Bach flower remedies, other metaphysical healing techniques still stands, and finding a good astrologer who does clearings, is still good.  Please reach out to me Mrs. Schofield…schofields1

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Healing at the Hotel

redI often talk about my red velvet healing pouch, which never leaves my purse. Since we can’t predict when there will be an emergency concerning self or others, I carry a little of everything, in one neat little zipper bag.

As I look through the contents of the bag I realize most of it is Paper Doctor remedies, an entire system of healing comprised of radionic patterns you can touch, or make a remedy water from, activated by using a magnet under the pattern. Touch the dot with your index finger in the center of the pattern for 2 minutes for fast delivery, or place a glass of water on the dot for 10 minutes, and then drink the water. Repeat in 10 minutes if desired effect is not achieved, or you can move on to another pattern. Jimmie and I have taken this method a step further so that we can do instant healings while out and about. We have utilizing a small refrigerator magnet, meant to hold a picture, then reduced the size of the patterns to fit into the magnet device we call Geo Touch, for easy use. Just remove and replace the patterns as needed. There are hundreds of Paper Doctor patterns, but I only carry about 20 with me in my healing pouch, to cover a variety of issues that could come up while out in the world. I carry the pattern called ‘environmental toxicity’ for whenever I see a chem trail, and patterns such as first aid, stimulate your healing (a great way to start any case), physical injury, tired feet, energy boost, and a great pattern called ‘prevent cold and flu’ which I touch every time I see someone sneeze. In the stack of papers in my healing pouch, is the Sai Sanjeevini pattern called ‘poisons-all’. I have used this pattern numerous times for upset stomach, with almost instant relief. I also carry a vial of Sai Sanjeevini swine flu combination remedy which would cover any cold,flu,or fever, a small decagon, 2 healing stones, and a list of the 72 names of God.

Here’s a fun story about my healing pouch;  I recall a weekend when we stayed at the Holiday Inn in Burbank, because our apartment was having some construction work done, and we decided to get away for the night. We use Holiday Inns, as they are pet friendly, and Brandi goes where we go. Although she is nicely behaved and was a perfect lady, she was panting and clearly stressed. When we got to our room, she followed me around and would not settle down. I was wishing I had remembered to bring some Aconite which would have surely calmed her. Hmmmmmmmmmmmm, what’s in my healing pouch? I thumb through the Paper Doctor patterns and find one called ‘stress’, inserted it into the Geo Touch device, and stuck it under Brandi’s collar. The next time I looked over at Brandi, she was laying stretched out on the floor, quietly napping, Geo touch still under her collar. It took only a matter of moments for Brandi’s character to change dramatically and go from panting and pacing to cool, calm, and collected.

Now for Alison, who drank a cherry drink in the morning, and had an upset stomach all day, but because of the construction, packing, and tending to the dog, I didn’t really pay attention. She complained to me again later that day at the hotel, and I immediately thought ‘Sai Sanjeevini poison pattern’ and reached for ye old trusty healing pouch, took my daughter’s water, and charged it with the pattern. “Take a sip of the water” I said, and she did. The stomach ache disappeared post haste. She was surprised, but I wasn’t. She would not have consumed a gyro, clam chowder soup, sauteed shrimps and scallops, and baklava with a stomach ache.

Think we are finished? No, not yet, because Jimmie’s tooth was still bothering him. Not to worry- he had all the homeopathic tones on his laptop, and listened to Belladona, Silicea, or whatever remedy tone his pendulum chose for him, right from his room at the Holiday Inn.

You never know where or when the need for healing may arise. It could be family or a stranger, preparedthat needs your help. As you can see, we travel well prepared.

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You Can Beat The Holiday Blues

I can’t help but touch upon the holidays again because we still have a week before the winter holidays begin. Much sadness and mixed feelings can overwhelm and derail even the stablest of us during these times. There is an expectation of joy and love as the holidays are supposed to be time spent happily celebrating with family- they mark the passage of time in our lives. But some of us just aren’t feeling it- for some of us it is a time of loneliness, anxiety, and self reflection.

holiday-blues1There are many reasons why the holidays can come to represent pain, grief, regret, and loneliness, or just plain mixed emotions, to say the least. Regardless of the scenario, the end result is experiencing the emotions I just mentioned. The concern is getting stuck lamenting- a not good place to get stuck.

Can we be generic when we talk about how to deal with a variety of disturbing emotions under these circumstances? Yes, somewhat, and here is your toolbox…this goes for addicts and normies alike;

Fix yourself up- doing your hair and make-up and putting on a pretty outfit can actually give you a lift (or guys, shower and put on some nice clothes). I can tell you from personal experience, this is an essential ‘first’ to lifting yourself up out of a funk.

Homeopathic Ignatia amara- this is the classic grief remedy covering shock, depression, and sadness. Other remedies on the table may include Apis mellifera for rage and bottled up emotions, Gelsemium sempervirens for sensitivity and tearfulness, Natrum muriaticum for intense sorrow, and Aurum metallicum for the feeling of hopelessness and suicide.

Bach Flower remedies- We have to applaud the genus of Dr Bach, who made remedies from the dew taken off flowers, matching natures attributes to those of human beings (and animals too). They deal almost exclusively with emotions. Gentle and deep acting, try Willow for bitterness and difficulty accepting injustices, White Chestnut for over-active and exhausting mental chatter, or Gorse for hopelessness.

St. John’s Wort and Ginkgo Biloba- these are considered natural depression medications. St John’s wort is very effective for depression, particularly for mild to moderate symptoms without the side effects often associated with drugs. Ginkgo Biloba improves neurotransmitter production in the brain and helps bring oxygen-rich blood to the brain to improve functioning and also may help fight feelings of despair.

Eat right- avoid processed foods and eat high in omega3 oils.

Reach out and call a family member- perhaps one you have been feuding with or one you may have neglected. Put your pride aside and be humble.

Give of yourself – one way is to volunteer serving those less fortunate than you- giving is one of the best ways to get off the pity train and ‘loose yourself’, and the rewards are immeasurable.

If you are a recovering addict suffering lows during the holidays, attend a meeting for strength and fellowship, keep busy and well fed, and choose from the following remedies- Lac humanum for feelings of isolation, estrangement, and detachedness, and we can look at homeopathic Tobacium or Aurum metallicum, both for cravings of all kinds. Or Agrimony, the Bach Flower remedy of choice for people who put on a brave face to hide their inner struggles, even from themselves, and most often given to those who suffer addiction.

Sai Sanjeevini is a prayer based system of healing which offers a pattern for addiction, amongst hundreds of other patterns for any malady or condition you could thing of. If you are not familiar with this healing system, think outside the box and go to saisanjeevini.org. Try making the addiction remedy right at home, and see what happens.

Pray, chant, or meditate- whatever suits your beliefs  Him1

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The Surprise Fat Lip

No, I didn’t punch my husband out in a fit of anger and give him a fat lip. He justwife woke up with it Sunday morning, for no apparent reason. Looking to be about 3 times larger than normal in size, the lip carried no pain- ‘huge’ was it’s only characteristic.

kris jennerI remember an episode of the Kardashians where Kris Jenner suffered something similar while vacationing south of the border. The doctor had to be called and some drugs were administered (this was not a health show so they never mentioned which drug or what dose). Yep- same protruding upper lip from, God knows what.

My first thought was food allergy, or any allergy, which brought to mind Apis 1m. But this lip is too big for me to take chances- an educated guess is not good enough- think I’ll dowse.

I begin by asking my pendulum how this lip came to be… “Is this a food allergy?” “No.” “Is this an insect bite?” “Yes.” Ok, now we know what happened. So I dowse for the remedy (using Ruggerio’s list of 151 homeopathic remedies) that will most benefit Jimmie’s swollen lip. My pendulum points to remedy #85, and I confirm, “#85?” “Yes”. Without yet knowing what remedy #85 is, I continue dowsing for dose and frequency and arrive at the dose of 1m, 4 times today. I used to have my pendulum project how many days and how many doses a remedy might be needed, but now I feel it is better to take it day by day and see how things change/progress.

Now I want to see what remedy #85 is- Ledum palustre. Hmmmmmmmmm. I know little to nothing about Ledum- have never taken or prescribed it. This is what I found out;

The genius of Ledum lies in its effects on puncture wounds, animal and insect bites. It is used as an anti-inflammatory in causes of severe swelling and also for infection. Some say it beats Arnica in healing a black eye. Another hallmark of Ledum is that is used in cases of tetanus and vaccination reactions too.

I am thrilled with the pick, and just happen to have some on hand, in my red plastic 1m emergency kit. I have had this kit since the early 2000’s and have been using remedies from it as needed for over 15 years and still continue to benefit from it. It cost less than $100 at the time and has given me thousands of doses of remedies.

In addition to the Ledum, I made a Sai Sanjeevini water for Jimmie, which was charged with the following 3 patterns- face, inflammation, and  insect bites, to be sipped frequently throughout the day. There is never a limit to the amount of prayer patterns you can take! I also put a witness of Jimmie on Ruggerio’s radionic circuit #15, ‘eliminator of noxious energy’- a good place to start on almost any case.

We had a successful close to this episode- within 24 hours, the lip was completely back to normal. Since all these modalties work hand in hand so beautifully, I choose to blend a few things that logically compliment each other, and gently urge the body back to wellness. It worked this time, as usual. See, all better.kiss

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Adopting From The Shelter

Nothing is more fun than bringing home a new dog- especially one rescued from the shelter. We xenafelt the time was right to add one more to our pack, so we took the plunge, and found Xena.

Sadly, the shelters are clueless about homeopathy, Sai Sanjeevini, paper doctor, or really any natural remedies to help dogs both physically or emotionally- especially traumatized shelter dogs. They are all about bark collars and vaccinations and such. I found 2 very receptive and eager-to-learn kennel techs, who were fascinated by some of our healing stories and perhaps will pave the way for trying Rescue Remedy and Aconite on traumatized dogs.

Let me pass on a few tips for making your adoption successful. All of these tips can be used at shelters and animal rescue facilities alike;

  • Trust first, obedience second. Getting your dog to trust you and come to you is often difficult at first. Carry training treats on you, and reward your pup each time he comes. Within a short period of time the dog will come to you even when you don’t call! After trust is established, and the dog is acclimated, you may begin basic obedience training- a must for all good people/doggie relationships.
  • Frequent pottie trips- Take pup outside to the bathroom every 2 hours, regardless if the dog is pottie trained. You may taper down as the dog shows to be reliable and settling in to the household routines.
  • Establish a bed or den- Every dog likes to have his own spot. Dogs like a small, tight, den-like area, and a corner wall will work.
  • Daily walk- The walk is such a cure all. It reduces chewing, barking, and anxiety, and makes your dog more relaxed throughout the day, and is a pack bonding experience.
  • Play with your dog before starting a training session. Throw the ball or frizby about 30 times!! I have had several high energy dogs, and it was once recommended to me that we tire Libby out before attending obedience class, and she will behave calmer and be more attentive. It was very good advise.
  • As mentioned earlier, both Rescue Remedy (Bach flower) and Aconite (homeopathic) can turn a frightened animal into a calm one. Every shelter worker should carry some on them, especially for transporting strays and such.
  • Sai Sanjeevini healing cards- this amazing complete healing system addresses animal conditions such as beak and feather disease, mange, fleas and ticks, not to mention every emotional condition a dog could have. Charge up their water, and let the healing begin. Good for at home or the shelters, alike.

sick dogDoggie sick, and you don’t know what do give him?  Trust your higher self and dowse for the remedy that will most benefit your pet. Then read to see if your dog’s symptoms match up to the remedy.  You might be very surprised.surprised

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Madeleine’s Protocol For Sore Feet

sore feetSore feet- I’ve been dealing with them for years.  I’m just now understanding (you would think I would have gotten it years ago, but it didn’t register) that I must address the body part that the foot is telling me needs attention, such as arch pain indicating kidney, and the top of the foot indicating lymph system.

Holistic reflexology will tell you

  • The heel is about belonging, your place in the group, your culture, traditions and childhood
  • Lower arch is about how you relate to the other, one to one relationships, physical security and money
  • Upper arch is about your relationship to yourself and your boundaries
  • The heart on the large joint is about joy and happiness and gratitude and forgiveness
  • The throat is about speaking up, living in the past or projecting to the future, the ability to create your own reality and responsibilities
  • Middle of the big toe is related to seeing with another perspective and allowing
  • Top of the hallux and toes is related to ego and unity

Others might say, in a broad manor, that the feet is where we store anger.

And it’s all true. And if it’s true for the feet, that must mean that my frozen shoulders might have an underlying cause- an Iridologist I am scheduled to see, told me briefly on the phone, that my frozen shoulders, if started from right to left, which they did, indicates gall bladder and spleen. So now I have to rethink this whole thing.  I t will be interesting to see if this new practitioner I am going to, will give me a different approach.  The things I am doing now are analgesic and somewhat restorative, but I want to do better than that.

Here’s how I keep it together, without pills, shots, or surgeries;

Paper Doctor sore feet pattern– place the pattern on a magnet, and touch with your index finger for 2 minutes.  Your feet will feel better.

Reflexology– a great massage for the feet, and it actually is a healing treatment for all the corresponding organs or systems.

Yoga toes– you can buy them over the internet- they are a gel contraption fits on your toes which you wear (sitting or laying) for an hour. It is almost like traction for your toes and foot and stripes almost all of the pain out of the foot

Orthotics– I could not even consider putting on shoes without them.  I have them for tennis shoes and dress shoes, and if the shoe won’t accommodate it, I just don’t buy the shoe.

Arnica– the classic homeopathic remedy for injury/pain, is a stand by for after a walk. It reduces inflammation and trauma, soothes sore muscles, and heal wounds.

Sai Sanjeevini cream– I take my lotions and coconut oil and charge them with combos #1 and #60 (that’s the base to any remedy) also, the pattern called ‘feet’, and the ‘emergency’ combo, which is combo #19. I apply the creams at night or anytime I take my shoes off. The pain is immediately neutralized, although this is analgesic, and not a cure.

Chiropractics– if your chiropractor does not work on feet she (or he) is not worth their salt. My chiropractor not only works on my shoulders, knees, back, and TMJ, she adjusts my feet as well. Chiropractic work not only triggers the release of endorphins it takes pressure off nerves.

I am about to ad Iridology to the mix, to address some of the underlying causes, and will keep you posted as to what transpires!

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The Natural Rhythm Of Recovery

You just know it when you see it. Consistency, accountability, healthy routines. They are the roots of recovery, and after witnessing chronic relapsing for over 8 years, I think I know when my daughter is finally the game changer, not the game player.

For those of you who think your addict loved one does not deserve another chance- think again. We never know when, which time, or in what environment the light bulb will go off and the addict suddenly transforms thoughts, actions, and attitude.

I love to see my daughter living a holistic life and making daily decisions of higher consciousness. This is a little hard to do as an addict, but seems to come quite naturally when you take the heroin out of the mix.

As an eclectic, she benefits from an array of modalities, activities, and practices in her life. I can’t tell you how much of each contributes to her success- only that in combination things are certainly working;

Daily oil pulling- Our whole family does this ancient Indian practice, which constitutes swishing cold pressed sesame oil every morning. The health benefits are numerous, not to mention cleaner straighter teeth and smaller gum pockets.

Fruit and vegetable juicing- barely a day goes by that we are not cutting and pressing a mix of celery, ginger, lemon, grapes, apples, carrots, and whatever berries we might have. Pure nutrients, immediate energy, and gives your digestion a rest.

Walk- now that we have 2 dogs, someone always needs a walk. She takes Xena for a face-paced longer walk, and Brandi for a short slow stroll.

Sai Sanjeevini prayer patterns- I broadcast a mega remedy daily, which includes everything from addiction to cancer prevention, to right conduct.

Sage Smudging- this is an American Native practice my daughter has adopted which involves purifying the home and thanking the universe and the inhabitants of the universe, and expressing gratitude while balancing the energy.

12 step meetings- Regardless of your recovery approach, everyone can benefit from meetings which can provide inspiration, support, and friendship. I don’t suggest relying on meetings exclusively-  they are a piece of the recovery puzzle.

Employment- going back to work after being in treatment on and off, can be a difficult transition to make. Keeping the flow, being on time, and earning, are now becoming part of the natural rhythm of recovery.

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Beating The Holiday Blues

I can’t help but touch upon the holidays again because we still have a week before Thanksgiving and Christmas, and New Years. Much sadness and mixed feelings can overwhelm and derail even the stablest of us during these times. There is an expectation of joy and love as the holidays are supposed to be time spent happily celebrating with family- they mark the passage of time in our lives. But some of us just aren’t feeling it- for some of us it is a time of loneliness, anxiety, and self reflection.

holiday-blues1There are many reasons why the holidays can come to represent pain, grief, regret, and loneliness, or just plain mixed emotions, to say the least. Regardless of the scenario, the end result is experiencing the emotions I just mentioned. The concern is getting stuck lamenting- a not good place to get stuck.

Can we be generic when we talk about how to deal with a variety of disturbing emotions under these circumstances? Yes, somewhat, and here is your toolbox…this goes for addicts and normies alike;

Fix yourself up- doing your hair and make-up and putting on a pretty outfit can actually give you a lift (or guys, shower and put on some nice clothes). I can tell you from personal experience, this is an essential ‘first’ to lifting yourself up out of a funk.

Homeopathic Ignatia amara- this is the classic grief remedy covering shock, depression, and sadness. Other remedies on the table may include Apis mellifera for rage and bottled up emotions, Gelsemium sempervirens for sensitivity and tearfulness, Natrum muriaticum for intense sorrow, and Aurum metallicum for the feeling of hopelessness and suicide.

Bach Flower remedies- We have to applaud the genus of Dr Bach, who made remedies from the dew taken off flowers, matching natures attributes to those of human beings (and animals too). They deal almost exclusively with emotions. Gentle and deep acting, try Willow for bitterness and difficulty accepting injustices, White Chestnut for over-active and exhausting mental chatter, or Gorse for hopelessness.

St. John’s Wort and Ginkgo Biloba- these are considered natural depression medications. St John’s wort is very effective for depression, particularly for mild to moderate symptoms without the side effects often associated with drugs. Ginkgo Biloba improves neurotransmitter production in the brain and helps bring oxygen-rich blood to the brain to improve functioning and also may help fight feelings of despair.

Eat right- avoid processed foods and eat high in omega3 oils.

Reach out and call a family member- perhaps one you have been feuding with or one you may have neglected. Put your pride aside and be humble.

Give of yourself – one way is to volunteer serving those less fortunate than you- giving is one of the best ways to get off the pity train and ‘loose yourself’, and the rewards are immeasurable.

If you are a recovering addict suffering lows during the holidays, attend a meeting for strength and fellowship, keep busy and well fed, and choose from the following remedies- Lac humanum for feelings of isolation, estrangement, and detachedness, and we can look at homeopathic Tobacium or Aurum metallicum, both for cravings of all kinds. Or Agrimony, the Bach Flower remedy of choice for people who put on a brave face to hide their inner struggles, even from themselves, and most often given to those who suffer addiction.

Sai Sanjeevini is a prayer based system of healing which offers a pattern for addiction, amongst hundreds of other patterns for any malady or condition you could thing of. If you are not familiar with this healing system, think outside the box and go to saisanjeevini.org. Try making the addiction remedy right at home, and see what happens.

Read your bible, or take a Kabbalah lesson at the Rav’s site, http://laitman.com/Him1

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Sai Sanjeevini Experiment

readerA reader recently asked me if I could broadcast a homeopathic remedy from a Sai Sanjeevini broadcast/transfer chart. After a quick moment I thought “A transfer chart is a transfer chart, is a transfer chart, and I’m guessing it does not discriminate between remedies,” so I tried an experiment.

I use neutral sugar pellets as a base to charge both Sai Sanjeevini remedies and homeopathic remedies. My homeopathic remedies are made on a decagon, and I broadcast them using a remedy transmitter or a decagon. This time I took a bottle of Nux vomica homeopathic remedy, placed in on the Sai Sanjeevini transfer/broadcasting chart, and put an amber bottle full of neutral pellets on the other side, said a short prayer, and just let them sit for a few minutes. As I expected; my daughter, who has a bit of a nervous stomach and uses Nux as her ‘go to’, says she cannot tell the difference between the 2 remedies, and gets the same result from both As I thought!

And here are some fun and interesting ways I get creative with the delivery of Sai Sanjeevini healing remedies, always using #1 and #60 as a base to every combination I make;

  1. I charge up sesame oil with the ‘teeth’ combination and ‘skin’ combination, and swish (oil pulling) every morning for 20 minutes for very healthy teeth. I do the same with my toothpaste.
  2. I charge all my face creams and lotions with the ‘skin’ combination, and also ad ’emergency’ to my foot cream, to soothe sore feet at the end of the day.
  3. I charge small pieces of paper with the ‘sleep’ and ‘anti snore’ remedy, and also ‘marital bliss’, and place inside my pillow cases, and in my husband’s too!
  4. Got the flu but just can’t call off work? Make a small copy of the ‘cold and flu’ remedy, and stick it in your bra against your skin, and leave it there all day, for a steady stream of healing all day.
  5. I have a piece of paper taped to the water cooler, which contains the ‘high blood pressure’ and ‘kidney’ combinations. We use this water for drinking, cooking, and making coffee and tea, so we get many doses of this, in one way or another.

 

Got fussy kids who need a remedy? Charge up their chocolate milk with any remedy and they will love it! Or for the girls, charge up a pony tail holder with the appropriate remedy and your child will receive a constant flow of remedy until she takes her hair down. There is no end to the possibilities. If you have any great ideas on how to use the Sai Sanjeevini remedies, please share.

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Practicing Harm Reduction

push harm reductionSome people have a misconception of what harm reduction really implies- you see, folks who are systematically practicing harm reduction in regards to drugs or alcohol are not necessarily addicts, nor do they always display addict-like behaviors. Practicing harm reduction requires being better disciplined and higher functioning individuals then your every day addict- they often successfully manage their DOC (drug of choice). They usually hold down jobs and have families, and have learned to follow a template that works, without wreaking havoc on their families, employers, and society as do addicts as we know them.  I  do not advocate pro or con on this issue, but I can say that harm reduction saves lives.

drunkIf an alcoholic usually binges for 5 days at a time, and now he binged for only 3 days, is this harm reduction? NO! If a alcoholic who usually binges for 5 days, plans a drinking schedule to restrict his drinking to only 1 day in every 5 days, marks it down on the calendar and adheres to it, THIS is harm reduction. And I would venture to say if this man can successfully maintain, then he can no longer be considered an alcoholic.

It is little publicized that when it comes to heroin, only 23% of those who use itchipper become addicted. If you feel you are a part of the 23% then perhaps you are not a good candidate for practicing harm reduction, because as I said, it requires the non-addict behaviors of  planning and preparation and thought before action. It’s important you know where you lie in the percentiles and be honest with yourself.  The 23% may have no choice but to go the route of absolutely NO heroin. For the other 77%, until you can stop using altogether,  read Over The Influence and The Little Book, and then follow these tips;

  • Never use alone- have some one nearby who can save your life, if necessary
  • Use a low dose- The best way to prevent heroin addiction is to keep your dose low, never increase the dose, and to back off from heroin completely if you find your usual dose is not effective.
  • Choose smoking or snorting over injection- is not quite as instant in effect as smoking or injecting, but it will still take effect very quickly with much lower risk. While all methods of heroin use carry the risk of overdose, it is less likely with smoking because you can stop once you feel high, whereas with injecting, once the drug is in your body, you can’t do anything to reduce the effects or overdose risk
  • Use clean needles- if you must inject, plan ahead and go to the clean needle exchange
  • Never use heroin two days in a row, and never use more to treat heroin withdrawal symptoms.
  • Be an acquirer- never purchase directly for a heroin dealer- get it from a friend who uses, like you. It may be more expensive but it is safer in terms of being arrested.

I do not advocate heroin use- I feel the ultimate harm reduction is not using at all. This is what I suggest to anyone out there fighting addiction and trying to abstain from heroin;

  • Radionics– both Sai Sanjeevin and Paper Doctor have patterns for addiction. You can print these patterns right off the internet for free, and use them.
  • Take the Bach flower remedy called Agrimony– the classic remedy given to addicts.
  • Dowse, or have someone dowse for you, to find the most beneficial homeopathic remedy to assist you in addiction, or seek the advise of a professional homeopath who uses conventional intake and rubrics to prescribe.
  • Find your healing note and color (again by dowsing), or find it through astrologically. After you determine them you can write them down and put the paper in your pocket or in your pillowcase, or with color, try wearing the color or placing flowers of the color in your room.
  • Balance your chakras- this can be done by placing a witness on Ruggerio’s radionic circuit #19 called cosmo-biological reactivation, for rejuvination, vitality and healing.  Or, you can use a pendulum and a chakra dowsing chart.
  • Call your sponsor– use your tools and call your sponsor before you have the slip, not after, genius.
  • Give of yourself– I can’t stress enough how important this is. Focusing on the needs of others is one of the best ways to get off the pity train.pity train

 

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