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ENERGY REPORT - October 2019

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Connie Stansell-Foy
On 10/28/2019 at 2:01 AM, Evelin said:

 

@Maureen, thank you for posting this, I just re-realized migraine is my way of a restart or a reset, even.

Since divorce my immune system has been out of whack, this past year I've crawled through several viruses without a proper fever... I much prefer two days of deliriously high fever to a week spent at the edge of fever when you're not getting worse, but not getting better, either! So I guess a migraine is my tired body's way to "clean house" without a fever.

I'll take a fever over a migraine, any day. I hope you're taking good care of yourself when you have one, even if they are a re-set or restart.

I did realize recently that I'm not getting anything like the number of migraines I did a couple of years ago. I'm not sure what changed, but I'm very glad it did!

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Connie Stansell-Foy
6 hours ago, Miizle said:

I have to say one thing exiting this nexus, though, which is different, is that the house is pretty clean and tidy. It didn't unfortunately happen by itself, either, but happened nevertheless. Maybe my converging me is a bit more on top of things. Here's hoping anyways!
 

Dang, I wish that would happen for me! Apparently my other mes are just as bad of procrastinators as I am, though. And I didn't do it either.

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Evelin
2 hours ago, Connie Stansell-Foy said:

I'll take a fever over a migraine, any day. I hope you're taking good care of yourself when you have one, even if they are a re-set or restart.

I did realize recently that I'm not getting anything like the number of migraines I did a couple of years ago. I'm not sure what changed, but I'm very glad it did!

 

@Connie Stansell-Foy, thank you for caring, I'm used to handling them now. This one didn't get to "full size", I caught it early, drank lots of water, took an ibuprofen and went to sleep.
Compared to a migraine, fever is a breeze. My migraines only started when I was about 30, since I stopped eating dairy they've almost disappeared and now usually appear when I oversleep, in my brain's opinion. They may be somewhat hormone-related, nobody seems to quite know, but I'm very glad yours have subsided as well.
 

My absolute worse illness experience was having a very sore throat and a stomach bug at the same time... I do NOT recommend throwing up with a sore throat! 😬

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Miizle
11 hours ago, Evelin said:

My absolute worse illness experience was having a very sore throat and a stomach bug at the same time... I do NOT recommend throwing up with a sore throat! 😬

 

Ooo yikes! Now i consider myself lucky for having dodged that. The chances have been pretty high recently, first winter of daycare and yeah, we've got them all, the whole menu (and not finished yet!) 😎 Since April, there's been a week here and there healthy, but the rest of the time, both me and the kid down with something, anything between a mild runny nose,  stomach bugs, 40C fever and the cough that insists on encore after encore... 
It's pretty funny really, that during this nexus i  didn't notice any aches or pains, but was actually relatively healthy, haha.

A few days before that, though, got suddenly knocked down by fever and couldn't stand up because i felt so weak and nauseous. 2 hours of laying in front of the fireplace under 3 layers of wool = 2 hours of videos for the kid until it was bedtime... She was so well behaved, lol... Sitting next to me, sometimes playing a little or patting me (she's usually pretty wild). Funny thing, it was actually pretty nice. I got to legitimately just rest and didn't feel like i should try to do something productive, which is what i usually feel.

And the weekend before that i had a really stuffy nose and couldn't breathe properly, which, with all the stresses in my life currently, then provoked anxiety attacks that i spent a good portion of the night and the next two days trying to keep under control. I don't usually like to take medications but then i bought my first ever nose spray and that helped me sleep until my sinuses got clearer and thankfully i didn't get one of those full on panic attacks with extreme hyperventilation and the lot. Just the constantly present anxious feeling right under the surface that kept jumping up and down like spikes of waves when the wind changed.

Something about being blocked somehow (airways, ears, i would suppose eyes, too) can induce a panic attack for me if i'm under a lot of mental pressure, and makes me feel completely fragile and at the mercy of powers i can't control, and nothing i normally believe in holds much weight. Death is imminent and means perishing. The way i got through the first night (or very early morning) was connecting with my guide and walking with him in my bedroom. Had someone seen me then, they would have taken me straight into a mental asylum ... Holding an invisible person while crying inconsolably, walking back and forth...
It was kind of nice to do something like that while very conscious of it all though, like knowing there was a real person i was with (and more), knowing why i felt like walking and what it did (activating my moving centre). It was awful, but pretty precious in afterthought.

 

But none of that happened during nexus... Although perhaps the sudden fever 2 days prior could have been linked, don't know.

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Miizle

Oh yeah, why i actually started commenting, was to say that my headaches and migraines stop when i am on SAM-e (S-adenosyl methionine) supplements. I don't have "the migrane gene" i.e. the MTHFR mutation, but just a different set of mutated motherfuckers that do that and more, lol. In many cases there can be low levels of methionine, among other things, and as i've been on and off all my supplements i haven noticed at least for me the key to headaches and migraines is SAM-e.

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Michèle

@Miizle Thank you for posting this - I will pass on to my husband. Constant migraines and so far, nothing has brought consistent relief (Q10, B Vits, magnesium, acupuncture, osteopathy, now taking Alexander Technique lessons, hoping for success in managing tension induced headaches here) other than managing triggers, but even so, he still gets them fairly regularly.

 

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Miizle

@Michèle if he tries it, make sure to take B12 simultaneously, as SAM-e uses it for its processes and it's not always included in the tablets.

 

Addition: Actually, even that is not so straight forward, as i for example have naturally too much B12 so i don't usually take it regularly even with straight sam-e and i'm fine apparently, even if i don't eat meat, go figure. But for most people B12 with sam-e is a good idea. Has he had any tests taken? Like vitamin levels, mineral levels, etc? If there is adequate information i could try to guess his methylation type from the results, and see if sam-e would be a good idea for him or not. But if you could get his methylation type tested, it would be helpful for him. Like if he has the MTHFR mutation for example, or others. Then you know exactly what his system is lacking to function properly, if there is a problem in that area. Basically there is a number of genetic mutations that affect methylation i.e. how the cells function and take energy, and how they manage to process and create certain vitamins and minerals etc. Mutations create an imbalance in the quantities of these, and thus affect the nervous system and the brain among the rest of the body.  Some of these mutations are quite common in Scandinavia and the UK.

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Connie Stansell-Foy
14 hours ago, Evelin said:

 

Compared to a migraine, fever is a breeze. My migraines only started when I was about 30, since I stopped eating dairy they've almost disappeared and now usually appear when I oversleep, in my brain's opinion. They may be somewhat hormone-related, nobody seems to quite know, but I'm very glad yours have subsided as well.
 

My absolute worse illness experience was having a very sore throat and a stomach bug at the same time... I do NOT recommend throwing up with a sore throat! 😬

I agree, I'd far rather have a fever. And throwing up with a sore throat sounds ridiculously painful. 

My migraines seem to be mostly related to anxiety and tension, sleeplessness, and needing a spinal adjustment - all related, and not really sure which is the culprit, though I'm leaning toward anxiety and physical tension, because I still sleep like crap, and rarely manage to get an adjustment or massage. I got a new job a little over a year ago, and I can only remember having two or three migraines since then.

 

I'm allergic/have an intolerance for olives (of all the stupid things; I used to love them). My body thinks I'm trying to poison it and gets rid of the offensive foodstuff as quickly as possible/by the shortest route. My worst experience was finding out the hard way that marinara sauce is made with olive oil, and that bile is flourescent yellow. Ugh.

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Ingun

Where did this month go! It ended so quickly, I can't almost believe it. And this whole year too. 10 months just moved out of the window kind of and I'm almost tempted to say "What's going on?"

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KurtisM

@Ingun, I remember Michael saying that tends to happen in Flow Years a lot.

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Bobby
3 hours ago, Ingun said:

Where did this month go! It ended so quickly, I can't almost believe it. And this whole year too. 10 months just moved out of the window kind of and I'm almost tempted to say "What's going on?"

 

 

Only 55 days until Christmas!  😄

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Michèle

@MiizleThank you for this information, it's very interesting an I will pass it on. I didn't realise that methylation is linked to migraines, I thought it was still largely unknown what causes migraines. His whole family suffers from headaches for different reasons, so there is definitely a genetic component. His ethnicity is Eastern European/Central Asian, not British. He has been taking supplements that were recommended by an osteopath who specialises in migraines, but they weren't extremely efficient. He has to manage triggers well, i.e. lack of sleep (but not too much sleep), emotional reactions etc.... Can you point me towards the source of your information? That would be lovely thank you!

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Rosario

since Sunday I was bedridden with perhaps the weirdest and toughest cold/flu in all my life!! Had 2 days with high fever, super sore throat (as if someone was cutting me with a knife) and fatigue. This morning I'm finally feeling like a human being again...still with very low energy and dizziness, but at least could manage to make my own breakfast and do some stretches 😄

 

the mothers of two friends (including my childhood friend I told you about) have passed away in the span of this week.  One of my coworkers' dad had an accident too... 😢 

Seriously...what's going on!! 

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Ingun
19 hours ago, KurtisM said:

@Ingun, I remember Michael saying that tends to happen in Flow Years a lot.

Thanks for reminding me @KurtisM I had forgotten.

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Nadine

@Rosario So sorry to hear that. I hope you're back to normal soon. ❤️ It was a weird week for me, too. I've been feeling like there's a cold creeping up that never quite comes out but leaves me super drained. And I've been fluctuating between grief and relief the whole time. Today I've spent the day crying without any apparent reason. Just felt sad. I wonder what is going on energetically...

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Bakwe Chokoe
18 minutes ago, Rosario said:

since Sunday I was bedridden with perhaps the weirdest and toughest cold/flu in all my life!! Had 2 days with high fever, super sore throat (as if someone was cutting me with a knife) and fatigue. This morning I'm finally feeling like a human being again...still with very low energy and dizziness, but at least could manage to make my own breakfast and do some stretches 😄

 

the mothers of two friends (including my childhood friend I told you about) have passed away in the span of this week.  One of my coworkers' dad had an accident too... 😢 

Seriously...what's going on!! 

Sorry to hear about your tough week @Rosario 

 

The past week has been filled with news of students commiting suicide, tried contacting an old friend only to find out he'd killed himself 2 years ago, and another friend who's niece sadly commited suicide.

 

Here's to hoping you pick up though😆❤ 

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Ingun

I think my delusion over 2019 has been related to the belief that I'm isolated and alone. At least I feel quite done with the topic.

And what a relief! Something has also changed regarding my self-worth and feeling loved too.

Then I read this:

 

From Michael Speak - State of the Planet 2019:

 

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If this year could be described in a phrase, it would be RAPID REALIZATION.

 

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Rosario

@Nadine ohh... Healing hugs for you, my friend. Same, this year I've been crying for "no reason" almost everyday!! At random times or during my yoga practice.... I've come to love those moments and feel endeared afterwards. I feel such a huge relief :') 

 

Definitely, my grief and relief dance has been intensified this month...

 

Hope all that sadness & symptoms wash away soon for you... 💜 Sooo looking forward for November's ER! 

 

@Bakwe Chokoe thank you!... And so sorry about that as well!! 2019 has been quite a year!! 

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Luciana Flora
19 minutes ago, Rosario said:

. Healing hugs for you, my friend. Same, this year I've been crying for "no reason" almost everyday!! At random times or during my yoga practice.... I've come to love those moments and feel endeared afterwards. I feel such a huge relief :') 

 

I find it amazing how most here see crying so naturally .. if I was crying for the reason I would probably think something is wrong with me or that I would be depressed.

 

This year I really cried a lot more than the other years .. but I really see reason .. most related to my family and things I've lived in the past ..

 

  And I'm trying to change my relationship with crying .. because most of the time I cry I think I have no real reason to feel sad and cry .

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But lately if I see a TV show, series, something remotely reminding me of something sad I've been through, I cry .. and I'm trying not to judge myself for it .. I grew up with everyone telling me I had no reason to cry .. and I think it got on me .. and so now I'm choaqndo when I feel like it and I'm trying not to judge myself for it ..

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Rosario

@Luciana Flora good for you!! Crying is so natural, needed and beautiful!!  You're doing a pretty brave job putting boundaries with your family, detecting all those internalized "voices" that are not yours and doing what your body needs to do...All those voices that tell you "something's wrong", "you shouldn't do this" are pure and simple bullshit 😉❤️

 

I have always been a big crier...and I tell my friends, "I cry as much as you see me laugh...gotta keep things balanced!"  😄 

I teach people not to be scared when uncomfortable emotions or sadness come up to the surface...just being very present, acknowledging them, just as you would watch the rain from your window... knowing it will eventually pass 🙂 If you don't tell the rain "is something is wrong with you?!" ....why would you do that to your precious tears? ❤️ 

 

Feel it to heal it. Cry, cry all you need and keep going. Love yourself through that!!

Remember, every day is a new day. And don't let the past keep you from it's possibilities!! 

 

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KurtisM

Sorry about those of you who've lost loved ones or just various connections recently.

I know that pain. Another version of me committed suicide a few years ago. It sucks, suffering sucks...

I'm guessing that this past Convergence has helped to streamline those that want to be alive and a part of the world, while filtering out those that don't want that or evenfeel they can't have that.

Michael has mentioned Moving Centered years tend to involve a lot of exit points from various people all around the world that have no obvious connections, but the deaths just keep coming one after another.

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Miizle

@Michèle My information is originally from a doctor i saw in Sydney 10 years ago. I was working out reasons for all my symptoms with a therapist in the same practice and eventually started seeing her as well for the medical side. (I just googled her name actually, and looks like she's written a book about headaches since O_O https://scribepublications.com.au/books-authors/books/headache)

 

The whole methylation stuff was very new back then and she was at the forefront of it in Australia, so I was very lucky to have "stumbled" upon her and the rest of the people in there, who quite literally changed (perhaps even saved) my life.  "Stumbled", because out of all the medical practices in Sydney I chose that one with the help of 3 i's: Intention, Intuition and the Internet 😛 One of the things in my life that couldn't have gone better to the plan...

 

Anyhow, i have some notes she gave me, but it was all pretty complex, so i just remember the very basic lines. I can have a look if there is anything useful there when i have time in a few days. Since then when i have looked at the general symptoms for different methylation types, the blood work and the recommended supplements i've used some random websites that seemed to have a fairly good explanation of them - I have a few links saved on my old computer so i will have a look at those as well. There might be better ones around now, those ones i had saved for linking to people when i tell about this stuff, in hopes someone else might get the same incredible help that i did.

(Very few people have ever been interested, kind of strange. I don't think anyone has ever actually followed up. Same with the Michael teachings, whenever i've tried to share them.)

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Evelin
15 hours ago, Luciana Flora said:

I grew up with everyone telling me I had no reason to cry

 

Luciana, they probably told you that because your crying made them uncomfortable. Their problem, not yours.

I've heard this too many times myself from the older generations, how good we have it and we shouldn't complain, but the thing is, everyone's problems are THE worst FOR THEM. There's no point in comparing. What one person is used to and just shrugs off, the other would collapse under.
It sounds like you have some unfinished crying to do, and it's good to get it out, it will make you feel better.
Michael says tears are the biological reaction to / expression of Truth. So, there.

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Ingun

I've had dreams about the Instinctive Center, violence and anger by 2 harsh men beating up a third one while I was cleaning in the same room and aware of what was going on.

 

I continue with some more clearing on my self which is a more or less regular thing.... using imagination to explore and look at things in the chakras and aura, and use creative and playful visualizations to make changes and updates.

 

Except from that I have a very peaceful time, but also noticing in which ways thoughts can be violent in very subtle ways. Inspired by Byron Katie. 

 

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