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HEALING HERBS – A healing in Shanghai


Annette Maynard-Watson

HEALING HERBS – A healing in Shanghai

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“We women are dealing with too many (diseases) physical manifestations which are emotional in their origin. In order to maintain good health we need to balance our spiritual and material world.”
 
This utterance of wisdom  comes from Terry Vanterpool-Fox, who is a senior tourism executive.
Last week Terry informed readers of her steps to deal with lumps in her breasts, peri-menopause and hypertension. As expected, silent doctors including flax seeds, played a dominant role in her healing journey.
This week Terry reveals much about her four-month trip to Shanghai, China as it related to healing. The trip was work-related and separated her from loved ones.
However, she knew she was surrounded by the love of God. This understanding offered her peace, contentment and a silent strength. This divine strength was enough to support her as she toiled in an unfamiliar country, having virtually no knowledge of the language.
Eventually, while in China a part of the spiritual purpose of the journey unfolded. 
She said: “My natural hairstyle was probably the final part of the healing process.” 
The journey to China permitted her to view the one part of her appearance that was not in alignment with the natural lifestyle. What was it?
Her chemically-processed hair!
Miraculously, her hair endured the weather in Shanghai. She said: “When I arrived, the weather was hot and humid, sometimes 40 degrees C and by the time I was ready to leave it was sometimes 15 to 20 degrees Celsius.” 
Upon her return to Barbados, Terry realised that her hair was rejecting the chemicals.  It was time for the hair to come into alignment with her authentic healing.
She said: “I just went with the flow and cut the processed hair.” Terry now sports a natural hairstyle that empowers and complements her.
Terry stated with joy: “I am now more spiritually and emotionally mature and more peaceful.”
She assures that “once you keep your heart and mind open, God provides all you need”. 
Additionally, positive thinking allowed her to free her mind, heart and body from the harmful things she loved, the self-imposed limitations and the fear that she is not good enough or have enough to make it.
On the spiritual journey the brain was clearing, the heart was mending and the body was healing.
“I can now say no without feeling guilty, let go without fear and am secure in the knowledge that with faith I could do all things. God is indeed my source and supply and I have experienced that peace,” she said. 
Like Vanterpool-Fox I implore you to remember that “silent doctors” are authentic, non-invasive healers.
 
Annette Maynard-Watson, a teacher and herbal educator, may be contacted via [email protected] or by telephone 250-6450.
 
DISCLAIMER: It is not our intention to prescribe or make specific claims for any products. Any attempts to diagnose or treat real illness should come under the direction of your health care provider.
 

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