Strengthen Your System to Minimize Colds

A couple of days ago, I knew that I was starting my son’s cold; I had been sneezing for a few days and my throat was beginning to tingle. As soon as I realized that I was starting a cold, I got right on it. I did my 10-second Line of Calm visualization in my throat to soothe it. That evening when I went to bed and the next morning before I got up, I took two minutes to do my Connect, Calm & Balance visualization to balance and strengthen my overall system. I repeat the Line of Calm when I need it and the Connect, Calm & Balance twice a day. So far, so good, the cold has held off.

When I use my Line of Calm and Connect, Calm & Balance techniques as soon as I start a cold, the cold either never materializes or, if it does, it is less strong and shorter than the colds I used to get before I started using these techniques.

I also practice my Connect & Balance across Space & Time technique every morning on a regular basis to keep my entire system balanced and strong. ‘Servicing’ my overall body and energetic system with these quick, easy visualizations every day is preventative health care that strengthens all levels of my being—the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual.

I’ll be sharing these visualizations along with other practical tools at my March 29 workshop in Nanaimo. Anyone can learn how to use these techniques. Learn how to use them for your needs, be they every day work and life challenges, stress, anxiety, depression, or the common cold. For more information about this workshop, you can go to my website here or you can email me at ContinualThreshold@shaw.ca.

About Brenda Piquette | Continual Threshold

At Continual Threshold, we offer quick and easy, compassionate, self-directed healing tools that you can adapt for your needs and integrate into your daily life to heal and to grow as a person.
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