Cry Baby

I have spent years working with counselors to sort out mine and my families challenges. I never felt like I had any problems or needed this but I went anyway. Talk, talk talk, blah blah blah. One hour 250.00, week after week, month after month, year after year. What did I get from it, Nothing. Talk therapy for me didn’t work. It didn’t work for my family either.

Continuing from my post last week, We are all recovering from something, I talked about the work required to heal ourselves from the inside out. Stagnant, (defined as having no current or flow) energy causes physical, emotional or mental health issues. I have used many healing modalities to move energy. One of my most dedicated practices is crying.

I cry all the time. I wake up and cry. I get in the shower and I cry, I cook and I cry, I watch TV and I cry, and I cry myself to sleep. Click on link below, Crying Makes You Stronger, from Heal Your Mind Videos.


There are many alternative energy healing options. I have used these and there are many more…


An alternative medicine using pressure on hands and feet to hasten healing, improve circulation, promote relaxation and remove toxins.  Reflexology offers stimulation to the nervous system.

Cranio-Sacral massage

With a gentle touch the therapist monitors the rhythm of the cerebrospinal fluid throughout the body.  Sources of stress are released to help facilitate the body’s amazing ability to self-heal.

Jin Shin Jyutsu

The art of harmonizing the life energy.  An ancient disarming form of accupressure, working with twenty six points along energy pathways.  When the pathways become blocked, energy stagnates.


This is the energy transferred from the practitioner to the client to improve life force energy, acting as a conduit to remove negative energies for healing


A key component of traditional Chinese medicine.  Considered in the west an alternative medicine, where small thin needles are inserted into the body.  The healing is used often for pain management, but also to rebalance the body.  The insertion points have a correlation to organs of the body.  Organs in the body hold emotions, like sadness, grief, anger and by tapping into the flow of energy can release these emotions.


A practice of calming and clearing the mind.  Most often in a comfortable seat, (what ever that is for you) focusing on the breath, noticing your thoughts, and allowing them to float by.  Meditation can be achieved on the move as well, walking, biking any activity that helps to achieve an emotionally calm state.


Like acupuncture and acupressure, tapping is a set of techniques which utilize the body’s energy meridian points.  You can stimulate these meridian points by tapping on them with your fingertips – literally tapping into your body’s own energy and healing power. Self-heal.

“If you are not at ease you are in dis-ease.” Sherry Sidoti.