Energetic Gut Brain & Digestive System Cleanse

“If your eyes can not cry, then your gut will. The head and heart may be in denial of your human needs, but the gut will always carry the wisdom of your needs met and unmet, and thusly respond.” ― Martha Char Love”

5 BodyTalk Sessions
and optional physical cleanse suggestions

Ideal for all humans seeking relief.

You’ll receive your energetic cleanse sessions on day 1, day 3, day 5, day 7 and day 9. I recommend listening to each session at least twice or more before moving on to the next sessions. Note that all 5 sessions can be listened to at anytime thereafter for further relief and you can continue to receive benefit from these sessions for many months and years to come.Why do an energetic cleanse for your gut brain & digestive system?

Just like you, your gut needs a period of rest and rejuvenation to function optimally. Giving your gut a break can reduce inflammation, shed water weight, and reduce bloating. A healthy gut makes for a healthy body. The gut is thought to be the seat of all health by many as it’s also thought to house up to 80% of our immune system! If your gut is inflamed by stress, sleep disturbances, wrong food choices, food sensitivities, etc, as you heal your gut you will see improvements in other symptoms you were having that seemed so remote to your gut it didn’t even cross your mind they might be related!
Happy Gut = Happy Mind

Scientists have dubbed the gut as our “second brain.” Your brain in your head is not the only source of your thoughts and actions. The science behind this is the gut has its own nervous system, called the enteric nervous system, working in communication with your brain and central nervous systems, yet capable of its own independent reflexes. Of course, it can’t wait for your brain to stop thinking to digest and poop. Your gut can even tell your brain to shut down so it can digest a heavy dose of starchy carbs (the reason for your post-Christmas brain fog).

The gut and its microflora are also another source of neurotransmitters — those chemical messengers that control your mood and temperament. That means beyond your brain, the neurotransmitters from your gut can influence your mood, sugar cravings (the reason you desire that piece of chocolate or cookie), and even food choices based on emotions.

Your gut feelings are often the first sense that something is either exciting or terribly wrong. Trusting your gut feelings and instincts is akin to trusting your intuition.

Back to the point that up to 80% of your immune system is thought to be housed in your digestive tract:

Do you feel like you’re always getting colds, skin rashes, headaches, fatigue or sinus infections? Your immune system is your front line defense against environmental toxins, carcinogens, viruses, bacteria, and other harmful microorganisms. Unfortunately, the toxins present in today’s world are weakening the human immune system at an ever-increasing rate and there’s only so much we can do to control what we’re exposed to.

Your immune system primarily works with consciousness states of rejection and acceptance. Issues with these distort your immune system’s ability to keep you optimally healthy. If you reject yourself, your body will launch an attack again itself. Your consciousness and physical body are intimately connected on every level.

Your immune system is your body’s security system. It’s your natural defense against harmful organisms that cause sickness and contagious outbreaks. You come in contact with these agents every day and most are neutralized by your immune system without you even knowing it. However, if your immune system is weak, it may not win the battle against invading organisms, and that’s when you can get sick. The quality of your immune system relies on you — what you eat, what you’re exposed to, your physical health, and even your mental, emotional and spiritual health. You can support your immune system with nutrition, you can support it by bolstering your defenses and reducing the invading microorganisms it has to defend against, and you can support it by having good physical and mental, emotional and spiritual health.

Supporting your digestive system and your gut brain also supports your immune system!

In our go go go worlds, it’s easy to see that juggling work, family, health, etc often leads to a demanding schedule. More pressure, more stress means more anxiety. Combine that with seemingly less time to take care of ourselves and you’ve got a recipe for burnout. Exhaustion and fatigue give rise to all those sabotages you use, preventing optimal health.

Ready to hit your “pause” button and find a different way? Commit to putting yourself and your health first so you an both play the game of life with greater ease as well as perhaps take stock and change how it us you’re ‘doing’ life. Come stabilize your respiratory system, your lungs and all they regulate.

If you have digestive system disorders or issues I strongly recommend having individual guidance with a medical professional as well.

If you choose to do this alongside of a physical cleanse (ideas for support are provided complimentary or you can google or use your own if you have one that you prefer).

There’s always another way.

Come explore what drives you, what you’re getting from it, how it’s been serving you, how it hasn’t and step into another way to experience your life.

We’ll be exploring a number of principles including vulnerability, strength, power, humility, honesty, authenticity, compassion, relationships (with self and others), intimacy, and sensuality.

The nature of group work allows, from a quantum physics understanding of increasing observation, for exceptional effectiveness.

“Every session it feels like you’re treating just me, are you sure these sessions aren’t just for me?” is common feedback received when working with group BodyTalk sessions, pre-recorded or live.

Stop chasing your symptoms and come experience relief.

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