Sunday, July 5, 2009

Young Living rocks

I wanted to do colon cleanse with angelfarms.com, because it is a good thing to do, we all need to do it occassionally, and because the owner looks very radiant. Well, 10 days of colon cleanse retreat on Big Island in a place famous for "miraculous results" is $3600 + lodging. Oops!

So I decided to use Young Living recepie "cleanse colon, then liver" - their program is on their web site, youngliving.com. So, first "comfort tone" pills for large intenstine cleansing, since I already had them in the cupboard. That worked very well.

Then I started taking Young Living "juva tone" for toning the liver, since I already had them in the cupboard, and the results were so immediate and so good - my skin got soft, I wake up rested, a few gray hairs that crept up in the last months, when I worked too hard and was exausted, are gone. And all in a matter of a days.

So, check out Young Living youngliving.com. I find them to be the best essential oils. The pills also work well, the oils are in them. The pills I used were even slightly expired, which was actually better for me, my stomach didn't complain. Usually their pills are way too strong and I take them with food.

Seems like the pills work very well only if we do the inner work to resolve whatever it is. I never got such immediate positive results before.

Yahoo PineHill group in health has lots of good posts on Young Living aromatherapy.


http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/PineHillGroup

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Monday, May 18, 2009

There are two centers that do 10 day colon cleansing programs:

http://www.alohaainawellnesscenter.com

http://angelfarms.com

The first one costs 1750 plus 40-50 per night for accomodations.
The second one costs 3600 plus accomodations.

From what they said to me (I spoke with both owners) they do basically the same thing: 2 hours of colonics, then maybe a massage or a session for emotional release, then they give you food and send you away for the day.

Why do they cost so differently? Do we get what we pay for, or is something else at play? With these things, the healing skill is what we should pay for. However, high price doesn't necessarily mean high skill.

3600 dollar place must be rakinig in big bucks, because they could be making about 40000 dollars per cleanse, since they accept 12 people.

Even the 1750 place rakes in quite a bit of dough.

The 3600 dollar place owner looks great, I met her and she absolutely glows. SHe is a good advertisement for her program.

The other owner looks good on the web, but I have never met her in person to really know.

I need to meditate on this....

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