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What do Veterans mean to me and to Infinity?

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Everything, really. Military service was a big part of my family legacy. Many of my family members served in the military and I spent many years overseas growing up in a Navy family. I saw the daily sacrifices of the men and women around me and felt their bravery. I don’t think you can truly appreciate the challenges of being in the military or being in a military family unless you’ve lived it day in …

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Inner Peace

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There is so much written about this, why can’t we find it? Why can’t people feel it? It’s in many self help books, people create whole careers out of studying it, yet very few people actually find it. Why is that? Please read this carefully, feel the words and start the practices. You will change your whole worldview on inner peace. Much of it comes down to energy management. Inner peace is light energy and …

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Why did I open Infinity Healing?

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As I get ready to go through a major shift again in my life, I feel really compelled to go back to this question.  In my answer, I hope you find something that will help you live your absolute best life. When I was a little girl, I often thought that the world and its people are a speck on a giant’s thumbnail.  That there is so much out there bigger than us, that we …

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Bioindividuality

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It is a fancy word for “everyone is different”.  But, if we all are human and have the same basic systems in the body, why is that important for optimal health?  Our western, allopathic system of health largely relies on all of us being built basically the same, but the current treatments miss one very important concept, bioindividuality.  Things are changing with advances in epigenetics, but it has been a slow process. We are all human, but our …

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Listen to the whispers…

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I hear that all of the time, maybe you do too.  Well, what does that really mean and how can you do it too?  That is truly the path to an optimal life. For many years, I was sick and in pain and really didn’t think there was an end in sight.  For me, it took a lot of money and time away from my family and work to figure it out.  I guess I …

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Day of Light

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May 16, 2018 is the first International Day of Light, a day dedicated to appreciating the role of light in all facets of living. Light plays an integral role in all aspects of culture, art, education,, science, and especially human health. In modern times, we know that light affects many components of health, from circadian rhythms to photosynthesis to the aging of our cells. In ancient times, societies created significant cultural events around light. Many …

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Lyme disease – I almost died learning these lessons.

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This is a hard one for me to write. It was a very long, very difficult path to wellness that I would honestly like to put behind me. I consider myself recovered and I no longer call myself a lyme patient. That said, I am so honored to be able to give back to the community in this way (bringing these supportive therapies in for the local community), so I revisit this for you. For …

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Heart Rate Variability (HRV)

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Elite and college athletes have been using heart rate variability (HRV) as a way to measure their true recovery status for many years. When their HRV measurement is low on a given training day, that is indicative of the need for a light training day. Sometimes, college coaches would use it to determine if their athletes were out “playing” a little too hard the night before. What is HRV? HRV sensors measure the intervals of …

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How to Adapt to Stress

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“You have to lower your stress”, my doctor of 12 years told me. This was after over a decade of extreme, persistent chronic lyme disease symptoms and a myriad of treatments, both traditional and alternative. Over a 15 year period of time, I traveled all over the country and spent over $300,000 trying to get well. I was a functioning, bedridden person, working every day with flu-like symptoms to afford my therapies and my supplements, …

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Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia, the default diagnoses

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No matter how much research you might have done on chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) or Fibromyalgia, you likely turned up a lot of conflicting opinions. At one time, they were thought to be birthed from “the yuppie flu” epidemic in the 80’s, or the presence of Epstein Barr in your blood, or due to autoimmune disease, or even from system-wide trauma, like a car accident. There are no medical tests that prove you have these …