Posted on January 22, 2015

As a colonic therapist I hear about many different digestive dysfunctions and I am often asked how to deal with them.

One of the most effective self-diagnostic tools that I encourage clients to use is the process of elimination. This can be accomplished through different methods and I will share them in a series of blogs entitled “The Process of Elimination”.

These blogs will suggest helpful solutions based on almost 20 years of clinical practice and feedback from my clients. I will kick off the series by discussing gas and bloat. Aside from constipation, I would have to say that gas and bloat represent the biggest reasons why clients come for colonics. I believe this is so because people can experience this type of discomfort as a result of eating healthfully as well as un-healthfully. It seems strange to think that if you eat well you could still suffer from any number of digestive dysfunctions. It’s true and I will address this topic in my upcoming blogs!

Kicking off the series will be a discussion on gas and bloat. Next I will look at constipation and the different types of elimination processes that we can use to help the client self-diagnose and self-treat their physical issue. Going forward I will talk about some emotional issues that can be transmuted by utilizing a similar process. The bottom line is this – when we remove that which we no longer need or no longer serves us, we can heal. The most important part of this process is the willingness to let go, reminding ourselves that by doing so, we are showing ourselves the greatest form of self-love. And when we lead with self-love, healing naturally occurs.

I’d like to take a moment to marvel at the usefulness of the Internet. For those of you who remember life before the Internet, it was much harder to get information in a timely manner. We would have to visit our library or consult our encyclopedias. My, how times have changed! I am so grateful to be able to share what works as a colonic professional to help alleviate some suffering. I know that each person is different and individual care is necessary. At the same time, because we are human there are similarities between all of us, and I am hoping that some of these suggestions can give some relief to many without having to spend a lot of money. It is with this intention that I am honored to share this information.

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