Seeing the connection
Autumn – what is in store? What is important? What helps? This September newsletter is dedicated to these three topics. And at its very, very end…not telling yet. Have fun reading!
Autumn 2020 – what is in store?
This fall is different as each of us has had very intense months so far. The stress was higher than usual and the coveted months of summer didn’t bring the recovery that one would have hoped for.
This is what autumn brings:
- more viruses
- less light (negative for VitD3, regeneration in general)
- School and all the associated challenges (learning, contact with others, bullying, exam nerves)
Autumn 2020 – what is important?
- Proper immune system
- Proper boundaries
- Proper balance
Autumn 2020 – recommendations
After a year of ticks (Borrelia), stress and fears and a year of obstructed pulmonary function (wearing a mask weakens the lungs) it is important to take care of yourself. Furthermore, reduced social contacts also reduced physical caresses, hugs and warmth, which is especially the case with people living alone. A loss of social interaction in general and of hugs in particular weakens the heart, the immune system while increasing stress, which in turn may affect the kidneys. Prevention is more important than ever.
Here are three tips for your immune system:
Tip 1: Strengthening the immune system with micronutrients – I recommend the article by Dr. Kuklinsky (German, you can use deepl.com or any other translation tool to understand it and if you are an expat in Austria, you already have the proper German names if you go shopping in the pharmacy.)
Tip 2: Forest bath: go to the forest, to a nearby park and look for a very old tree you like, a tree that appeals to you, and give it a hug. TCM doctors have been recommending this for thousands of years and Imedis bio-resonance has been able to confirm its positive effect on the immune system in a series of tests. What does your tree mean? Call me and we will find out.
Tip 3: Pear compote – according to a recipe by TCM consultant Kathrin Fliegner with this pear compote the lungs are being moistened without moisture settling in your lower abdomen. So dry air from heating systems will be less harmful!
Wash the pears, remove the core and cut the fruits into fine pieces. Put all ingredients in a pot, cover with water and simmer for about 20 minutes. Pour into jars or enjoy immediately.
Setting boundaries and keeping balance
Nowadays, self-protection and balance require more than masks and hand washing. You also need the mental abilities to cope with stress and protect yourself from energy vampires, people who suck the life out of you.
In my course: Mental morals — respecting boundaries, setting boundaries even children learn how to protect themselves from information from their surroundings. Why is this important?
Everything that is, is energy (or information). And energy is never lost. With the chakras, the energy centres of our body, we perceive the energies around us. Some of us are more aware, some less aware of this process. Like when sunbathing: one person notices the heat sooner, the other later. But the heat is always there. In the course you will get your mental sun protection factor 5,10,15 or 50 – depending on what you need.
This course will again be held in individual small groups. So send me an email with your desired dates and we will find the best solution.
This form of self-care is essential to maintain balance. Children are much more sensitive than adults, and we apply sunscreen to them more often than to ourselves. The same should be true for their mental sunscreen.
You can also find balance by being in harmony with yourself and the world – if you have a problem, please let me know. Loneliness, helplessness and illness are obstacles, but if you master the hurdles, then you will live happily ever after.
P.S. I owe the beautiful new layout of my business cards, traces of which are already in this newsletter, to the wonderful soul photographer Stephanie Defregger from Christchurch, New Zealand. *LOVE* You can find some of her work online:
P.P.S. I also work online and internationally and yes, I am very happy that the world is such a village. languages: German, English, Italian.
And it wouldn’t be a Verena Radlingmayr original if there weren’t a poem too