A Sneak Peek at My 7 Year Old’s New Temper Tantrum Cure
I’ve been super short on time lately, but I want to drop in to share the amazing progress I have made with Katie and a new healing modality.
I have gone full on woo woo, folks. I have entered into the world of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and taken a left turn into energy medicine. It combines TCM’s understanding of the body through the meridians – like in acupuncture – and even ties in the body’s reflex points that I use to test supplements on clients as an NTP.
Combining the first tiny experiments with my growing understanding of essential oils is blowing my mind. For real.
This is all still very new to me, and I’m full on experimenting with ideas and techniques…but it’s working. Even at this early stage, combining energy medicine/TCM with essential oils is as life changing as nutritional therapy. I can’t even adequately describe how excited I am, and I cannot WAIT to fully understand and use it.
If you have been on the fence about essential oils or haven’t done much with them, now is the time. Stick with me, and they may just turn your world right side up again.
If you want to join my team and learn more about this, I would be thrilled and honored to share my discoveries (you can sign up HERE).
In addition to all the progress I’ve made with Katie, techniques on me, the hubs, and baby Luca have all been successful. I AM A HAPPY, CALM MOM 90% OF THE DAY even in a seriously sleep deprived state. That alone deserves to be screamed from a mountain somewhere.
Here are the posts that I shared in my essential oils group on Facebook —
Are you ready for an essential oils breakthrough? I can’t contain my excitement about the new area of study and research that I’m embarking on.
I’m now studying the connection between the physical body and our emotions through Chinese/energy medicine.
EOs and flower essences are my favorite tools for emotional balancing. By linking it to physical dysfunction, we can see a holistic relationship emerge and learn to address imbalances in new ways.
The most intriguing example for me right now is my 7 year old daughter. She gets insanely hyper at 5 pm every day like clockwork and her emotions spiral out of control until she is a stomping, yelling, angry mess.
I’ve been at a loss on the cause and have been racking my brain and trying different remedies with no luck.
She has always had symptoms around kidney dysfunction. Last night, I reread that 5 pm is ‘kidney’ on the 24-hour Qi clock. Ding ding ding!
That means her kidney energy is most active from 5-7 pm, and the dysfunction causes her to act out and her energy to go haywire. The kidneys filter toxic energy.
Kidneys are also associated with fear. A big one for us. She has agoraphobia and is afraid to leave the house without a parent with her, and often has to stay with me over daddy. A recent fear of spiders and imaginary ones covering the ceiling at bedtime have been an issue too.
Tying it back to EOs, I am going to start balancing the emotions tied to kidney dysfunction with oils.
Oils that instill courage, uplift the mood, inspire optimism, and grounding oils that help to calm and balance the energy will be rubbed over her kidneys (1% dilution) 2-3 times a day, especially at 5 pm and bedtime.
I’ll be testing her reflex points, and using intuition, scent, and muscle testing to determine which are the best oils to start with.
In 2-3 weeks, we’ll see what changes happen and which oils work best on her. Then, I’ll start energy work and flower essences to see how well they work synergistically with oils, and nutritional therapy to address the physical dysfunction.
After working on the emotional and energetic side of Katie’s kidneys with essential oils for just a few (bumbling) sessions, she is ready to fly on an airplane again.
It has been over 2 years. She got very sick and almost passed out from the pressure changes during descent and understandably refused to get on another plane.
Apparently, Angelica essential oil does help heal deep emotional trauma and kidneys are the seat of fear.
No monsters watching her, no imaginary spiders crawling all over her ceiling at bedtime, and she even decided to watch the ‘scary’ parts in Brave over the weekend.
Now, we’re working on anger. 👿 Ai yai yai.