Although I love the snow, I notice the cloudy, overcast sky affects my mood. I’ve done some research on this and apparently I’m not alone! It’s been classified as a condition called SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). My doctor has recommended some medication as well as light therapy. Do you have any tools that can help lift your spirits? While I’m not completely opposed to taking medication, I’d love to understand what holistic options are available to me.
I totally understand your predicament. I travel quite often to Germany to visit our European office. One of the biggest challenges there for me is the weather. I’m spoiled with the abundance of sunny days in Colorado, so the overcast sky for weeks at a time can affect my mood even though I’m usually a happy person. This is when I change from my most favorite Tibetan Pendant to our Unity Personal Harmonizer, sometimes the mini version, sometimes the standard. It seems to cover the mood as well as some physical issues I may be dealing with. Additionally, we have many testimonials from our customers of our Lost Cubit Light-Life Personal Harmonizer helping shift their mood in a positive direction. Please try one of these pendants out and let me know how it works out!
Recently I burned my hand severely. While it’s starting to heal, my hand throbs quite a bit. Do you have a tool you could recommend that could help me with the pain?
I’m so sorry to hear about your burn! They are not an easy wound to attend to, as can be attested by any doctor. Much of the healing process is encouraging your skin to rebuild and repair. My suggestion to you is to put a ½ Sacred Cubit Light-Life Ring, gold plated with three beads around your wrist and in addition to that, try our Sacred Cubit Acu-Vac Coil. People have been using this one very successfully in relieving discomfort after burning their hand. The coil acts like a vacuum cleaner. It is said to pull out negative energy from the place of discomfort by pointing the bead away from the body and circling the coil in a clockwise motion. Much like a true vacuum cleaner, the suction creates a bit of a void which can be filled with positive energy afterwards by flipping the coil so the bead points at the area of concern. I have a wonderful video explaining this process in more detail. Personally, I believe this tool should be in everyone’s first aid kit. Its applications are endless and only limited by your mind. You could also try to use our Sacred Cubit Feedback Loop which works exactly as our Acu-Vac Coil, however this one loops back around replacing the negative energy with positive flow continuously.
Hoping these tools help you to have a speedy recovery!
I absolutely LOVE Thanksgiving. It’s my favorite holiday of the year and I go all out making my family’s favorite recipes. I start prepping two days in advance. While I definitely wouldn’t change a thing, do you have any tool that might help with digestion? I love all the rich sides such as mashed potatoes and stuffing, but my stomach isn’t as thankful.
I love Thanksgiving as well! I was lucky enough to celebrate Thanksgiving a bit early this year with my team and we had quite the feast! It’s such a wonderful time of year. I also understand your stomach troubles as it’s hard not to indulge in all of your favorite foods. After eating, I would recommend taking it easy and putting The Seed of Life over your stomach area. This tool was given to a friend a long time ago to help her with her mother with chronic digestion issues and she was amazed at the results. I hope it proves to have the same affect on you! You can also try using the Acu-Vac Coil over the area of discomfort. You can even try using the coil over your food before eating. It may take out ingredients that are not the most beneficial for you. You’ll hear me talking about it more in the coming weeks as I truly believe the Acu-Vac Coil is one of the best investments you can make to add to your first aid kit. It was one of Slim’s favorite tools!
Hope this recommendation has your stomach feeling much better so you can put your attention back where it belongs – on family and friends.