When I got divorced I racked my brain for months trying to figure out what I could do that I was not only truly passionate about, but that would sustain me financially.
So when I say that I do what I do because I love it, I am not lying. However, that doesn’t negate that I also have to make a living. Lol
When I see local doctors adding my methodology to their practice I can’t help but think that maybe I helped inspire them. Now granted that sounds very hyperinflated of me.
But for example, the local fecal matter transfer doctor I had dinner with (last year I believe) that I contradicted vehemently; insisting that the practice worked far better anally than orally, now (as I saw on her website) offers enema insertion.
I also see more local doctors offering rectal ozone. Which I am for 1000 percent. Except, most are probably doing it wrong. Just like most doctors that do IV therapy are doing it wrong.
You CAN NOT, I repeat CAN NOT force the body into a mass detox and not clear the pathway of the colon first. It makes zero sense to insert oxone rectally when the cavity is already full of toxins and gunked up*. Zero!!!
It makes no sense to force the body to expel mass amounts of toxins from the cells (as some IV therapies do) without assisting the main toxin disposal system in its job. So as to ensure the body does not reabsorb these now free floating toxins.
It makes perfectly clear sense to me and fortunately to some naturopaths as well who make it part of their protocol to do enemas or (better yet) colonics to supplement these procedures.
But I’ll recount the story told to me a doctor himself. He does blood oxone work. He takes out the persons blood, treats it with oxone and then puts it back in. Very, very healing. You are using the bodies own forces to heal itself with a boost of oxygen. This procedure has almost zero risk** and so many benefits.
He was treating a patient but he was watching her get sicker and sicker. All factors were the same. He could not figure out what was causing the issue. Finally he asked her how her bowels were functioning and he found out she only had 1-2 movements a week. That meant that she was now reabsorbing all these free radicals and toxins floating in her body. So of course she was getting sicker. Now this was an extreme case. It progressed very rapidly making it “easy” to diagnose.
But this is not uncommon at all.
I really don’t care if no one ever gives me credit for the things I say. I don’t care if people take what I say and run with it on their own. Great!
I truly do what I do for the greater good, because I know it works. Because this form of natural healing and assisting the body to detox saved my life.
I’m not sure why Western medicine has turned it’s back to the process of cleaning the colon that has been around for thousands of years, long before it even existed.
I applaud the VERY few Western doctors I’ve seen who understand its benefits, support it AND send their clients in for it. They are far too few and far between, but I’m thankful all the same.
I don’t know what the future holds for me. I don’t know that I can keep doing the work I love so much. But I am so happy I got to do it as long as I have. The dream is not dead. In fact, I have two clients today.
It’s ok. I’m alright with whatever happens really. I have given it my best shot. I really have. I could have done more I suppose. Not had a life outside of work. Not had wild sex. Not volunteered in my child’s class. Not gone to see my great aunt in New York. But I have done all I have with love in my heart, good intentions, and as much zeal as I could.
That life seems to only begrudgingly support me in this endeavor maybe means I am meant for something else. I don’t know honestly. But whatever comes I hope I have been of benefit to people and helped them in some way.
Of course, I’m not done yet. But it’s nice to look back and be proud of myself for what I have accomplished. Thankful for the support I have gotten. At peace knowing I tried my best.
Gotta leave the rest to God.
*Let alone it being more painful, less effective and makes for much less absorption. Especially if because the client is so full they can’t hold it very long if at all.
**if done properly