What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?
Ventura, CA (PRWEB) April 24, 2012
People create their own reality but sadly many fail to create a reality that truly fulfills personal needs or can live up to their dreams or expectations. Limiting belief systems and identities are deeply rooted and when, at a certain point, they no longer serve a purpose in life, it becomes time to eliminate and replace them with new beliefs that will create new experiences. Every now and then, a book comes out that is a trailblazing effort on a timely subject. “Transform Your Emotional DNA” by Theresa Dale, Ph.D. is just such a book. In an era when mind-body interaction and its relationship to health is a primary concern, this work clearly and vividly explains how to take control of the "blueprint of your life."
Expanding on research done by pioneers such as Dr. Reinholdt Voll in Germany, Dr. Dale explains how emotions maintain different energy patterns in the body. If these are overloaded and disturbed, they cause disease. Further, she explains how the DNA code itself contains patterns that may lead to everything from heart disease to cancer.
Dr. Dale's message is one of hope. "The good news is that you can change disease patterns and life conditions if you act on your desire to change." That is the essential belief that Dr. Dale feels everyone can adopt, and in doing so, turn their life around, and she shows how in her new book.
Dr. Dale also explains how resistance to feeling deeply embedded personal emotions can lead to illness. She believes, first and foremost, that the individual who is in touch with their own emotions is truly taking responsibility towards having a better life.
It is the accomplishment of this remarkable work that Dr. Dale de-mystifies a subject as weighty as DNA. She vividly describes and as the reader literally comes to feel, that Deoxyribonucleic Acid -- or DNA, as it is popularly known -- is something within reach to understand and change. After all, DNA is life itself and as individuals are daily constructing life events, DNA is the blueprint on which everything is built.
A common expression often heard is "I'm sick and tired..." Most likely they probably are, or will be! Usually when people make such a statement they are focusing on the negative and experiencing some kind of stress or emotional aggravation. Heightened emotional states -- especially the kind that most people do not want to experience -- create a perfect breeding ground for illness. It was through Dr. Dale’s practice that she began to note the increasingly obvious relationship between resistance to experiencing feelings and emotions and the state of disease.
“Transform Your Emotional DNA” is a self-help book like no other. The exercises quiet the mind and allow space where there was merely chatter. In just minutes, the reader can learn practical ways for releasing lingering emotions. For example, practicing certain conscious breathing exercises such as The Bliss Exercise can help bring balance and refreshment, but this is just a glimpse at what this knowledge will bring.
Dr. Dale advocated that Society urgently needs fast, effective relief from depression, rage, anger and fear; these emotions are proven to cause illnesses, also possibly fostering child abuse and spousal abuse. Conditions such as violence and self-sabotage require quick and effective solutions. When parents change their sabotaging belief systems about themselves and the world they live in, they actually free their children from creating the same life patterns, pain and suffering. When putting the lessons into action, any life condition, including illness, is touched to the core.
This growing awareness led Dr. Theresa Dale to develop the "Neuro-Emotional Remedies®" – high potency homeopathic remedies, based on the acupuncture meridian system, which quickly help release stored repressed emotions.
Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) is defined by Lovejoy & Sisson (1989) as "the study of the interactions among the mind, immune system, and the neurological system that modulate susceptibility to disease or its progression". PNI studies the effect of stress, and Dr. Dale helps identify underlying stressors so that the reader can learn how to make healthy changes.
People define Stress in many ways. Stress is the uncomfortable gap between a) how we would like our life to be, and b) how it actually is. If this gap is persistent and growing – despite efforts to reduce it – then distress becomes acute taking such forms as... anxiety, which is proven to affect the thyroid-adrenal glands; and/or fear (kidneys); frustration (liver); depression and/or despair (stomach); anger (liver); resentment (gallbladder); irritation (bladder); grief (lungs); vulnerable (small intestines); overwhelmed (heart); and just plain old STUCK (affecting the colon).
When going to http://www.wellnesscenter.net , Dr. Dale offers a free Neuro-Emotional Survey to help identify personal stressors; the results link to discovering specific organs and glands that stress may affect. While exploring the site, learn more about the Meta-Wellness Self-Healing Program with an instructional workbook and personal journal, including all the Neuro-Emotional Remedies in a kit as well as other tools designed to dissolve hidden identities and belief systems.
Noting some of the testimonials, such as “You don’t have to settle for what life has handed you. You can decide what you want and have it.” and “I took back my power and on my way to becoming the person I wish to be.” emphasizes the power in this kind of self-help work. A medical practitioner (M.D.) summed it up nicely, “The Meta-Wellness Course puts tools in people’s hands where they can actually use their own mind and their own body to find out what isn’t ideal for them and how to change it…it’s allowed me to address areas in my life that I haven’t taken the time to address. Even though I keep myself healthy and strong and all that, there are areas of my life that I’ve put off addressing…the thing is, it’s easy and it’s fun – anybody can do it.”
Health Professionals and all other inquiries welcome.
For more information, call Theresa Dale's office at (800) 219 1261.
Theresa Dale, PhD, CCN, NP
Founder, The Wellness Center for Research & Education, Inc.
Dean, California College of Natural Medicine