ATTACKS- CANDIDA AND OTHERWISE by Cathy D. Slaght
Went to a conference this weekend - the SOHO (Southeast Natural Products Association)
Learned a great deal, and will be sharing information. But first want to tell you about what happened when I got home.
I had a major Candida attack.
Candida is a fungal bacteria that creates all kinds of problems - cravings, fatigue, impacts our mood and decision making process, even linked to cancer.
Apparently just about everybody has it, some worse than others. I believe I was one of the "worse".
So, over the past few weeks I've been so good- taking supplements to clear Candida and eliminating sugar. Also, I was using a "biotheric disk"- more details another time- that is intended to clear Candida.
But this bacteria actually has a consciousness, and apparently it was getting irritated with me for not feeding it. At the conference I indulged and revived it- now it's punishing me big time with symptoms that mimic a major head cold.
Of course I put myself in the SRC4U- and, although it doesn't diagnose, it gave plenty of markers for Candida, and also named it as the theme.
Wasn't worth it- maybe I've learned my lesson. Back to no sugar.
One more thing- driving to the conference I worked with "Yes Therapy", because I've been so angry and upset over what's happening around the world. Looks like I'm not alone. This "Yes Therapy" really helps- hope you'll give it a try. Emotions such as anger, fear etc, only lower our voltage, i.e., make the situation worse.
My belief as to what is happening is that we are on the precipice of a huge shift in consciousness- from the dark to the light. Step up to the plate and ask for what you want- but lower voltage may keep you from receiving it.
On the lighter side, the White House has assured us that we have nothing to worry about. I think today's image is the most recent picture of those at the highest level of security.
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