In this dynamic episode, Sri and Kira discuss indigenous and aboriginal healing with Robbie Holz. Robbie is an international speaker and an award-winning author. She co-authored an award winning book “Secrets of Aboriginal Healing: A Physicist’s Journey with a Remote Australian Tribe”with her husband, Gary. She healed herself with hepatitis C, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome. She worked in healing ceremonies with aborigines. Her mission is to awaken the innate healer within each of us. You can find more about her work in Holz Wellness.
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Here are some important notes from this episode:
Most of us are not even sick. We have the ability to heal. We have tremendous abilities to heal. Tweet this
Trauma is not necessarily a single incident. More damaging trauma are those that are less energetic, repetitive ones like criticisms from a parent and negative self-thought.
How to resurrect yourself and stay healthy
You have give up a lot of mind sets and belief systems to heal yourself. The aborigines called these your operating system. You need to shift your core beliefs so that you remain with the positive ones. Put in more compassionate belief system in place of your core beliefs.
Put yourself higher on the list of things you need to do. Eat organic/healthy food. Meditate and exercise daily.
Pay attention to the thoughts you are feeding yourself. These are more toxic than the food you’re eating. Click to Tweet
Guilt is the most toxic, unhealthy emotions to deal with. Let go of guilt.
Five steps to aboriginal healing
- Willing – You have to be willing to heal. How bad does it have to get before you want to heal and accept help?
- Aware – What is going on that is creating these health problems for you? For example, if you grew up with an alcoholic power who beat you, you numb yourself physically and emotionally. This can cause health problems for you in the future.
- Acceptance – We don’t want to go through pain. But accept that is part of our soul’s journey to go through the pain.
- Empowerment – Stop judgment and criticism. Take your power back.
- Focus — Put yourself first. Put yourself in love-based emotions like gratitude, joy and forgiveness. Do not marinate yourself in fear-based emotions like guilt, control, and self-hatred. Always choose love.
Advice for people who have leukemia
Get to the root of the leukemia. Pay attention to your fears and struggles. Get rid of them.
Even though leukemia is a difficult challenge, think of it as a gift.
Know your body. Know that it wants to heal.
Focus on your wellness. Recite this to yourself daily: I have a healthy vibrant body and I am creating healthy, vibrant cells every minute.
Allow more love-based emotions into your body like forgiveness, love, and gratitude.
Do seven (7) days of journaling to flush out the negative thoughts in your body.
Joy is the antidote. If you have joy in your heart, then the blood carries joy to every part, every cell of your body. Tweet this
Advice for people living with a sick loved one
Accept that this is the journey that the person has to go through. Don’t get frustrated. Frustration only repels what you want to happen.
Be sincere. Offer your sincere support .
Don’t try to control everything. Control is fear-based emotion.
What to do if people when you feel that people are pushing their beliefs on you
Say this: Thank you for loving me enough to share with me. Please know that I love myself enough to feel good about what I’m doing now.
More golden nuggets from Sri and Kira
When we bring our sincere heart, when we open up the doorway, the universe clears the path. Tweet this
When you’re in a place of repulsion, frustration, or impatience, you are being controlling. Tell yourself to stop.
Love expresses to us in multiple ways.
Remember, you are center of the cyclone. When you live in the periphery, you get whipped by the wind.