Linda Easthouse is a #1 bestselling author, stress management and energy medicine coach, radionics master, and Natural Bioenergetics, practitioner. She expertly releases stressful thoughts and dysfunctional behavior. Which helps people change their patterns so that they can become whatever they want to be. Her bestselling book, Pushing the Reset Button, has been sold worldwide.
In your experience, what is the critical ingredient for higher levels of well-being?
Well-being comes from lowering an overactive nervous system by turning off the adrenaline cascade caused by old experiences, traumas, and issues that have not been energetically integrated or released.
It is vital to learn how to stay safe at the moment and process the actual experience without activating limiting beliefs that add weight and power to current events and change your physiology, emotions, and mental state. When you become the casual observer of what is, you release judgment and stories. As a result, you will experience a sense of calm.
What are some of the mistakes you wish you could have avoided?
As a healer, I chased one more therapy, one more technique, as a way to feel confident. Absolute power and ability in healing work come from doing the work. The more time I spent in the energy field, getting out of my thoughts, just observing what was happening without labels or stories, the easier it became to simply interact and allow the client to become whatever they chose. As I worked with the clients, I created a space that empowered them to be the boss of their life. I am just the orchestra director. The client heals themselves.
What actions could someone take to get started on the journey of healing?
Regenerative healing is the process by which living cells are able to repair damage to their DNA and other molecules. It looks at the broader context of the person as a whole. Natural healing involves a holistic approach: physical body, mind, emotions, soul, environment, food sources, exercise, recreation, nature connection, and community connections.
As we explore how the various experiences of life affect the person, we can bring coherence, remove dysfunctional choices, creating a life that supports health in all ways.
Assess Your Health: To heal, whether it is an abusive situation, a physical illness, anxiety, food sensitivity, or a combination of many things, the first step is recognizing how far from healthy we are. How many of our body signals are we ignoring, stuffing down, and pretending we don’t notice? Being just over the line from desperately ill is not healthy. Next, we are looking to create robustness, resilience, and inner strength that can handle the environment or know when to change from it.
Creating Simple Routine: Simple things like cleaning up your diet by removing processed foods and sugars, removing industrial chemicals from your home, spending time in nature, allowing yourself to slow down and actually feel your life, and moving physically with exercise and recreation can drastically change your life.
Recognize your Emotions: Allow yourself to feel the complicated emotions and learn to be okay with them changes how you experience your emotions. Instead of going into your head and trying to put a story on why you feel that way, simply scan your body to see where that emotion is sitting and allow yourself to experience the physical sensations there. Observe what is happening instead of finding an explanation for it. Feel the physical sensation rather than dwell on the emotion. Let your body be heard.
You can easily do all these to support whatever other healing work you participate in. No one can heal you except you! You have to face yourself and do the work. A healer simply holds the mirror and gives you an alternative vision.
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