Quantum Connection

Quantum is the Latin word for amount and is used to describe the smallest possible unit of any physical property, such as energy or matter. This framework is responsible for any number of bizarre phenomena—theoretical cats that are simultaneously dead and alive  and particles miles apart that can communicate instantaneously. [Read more…]

What is Consciousness?

dreamstime_s_36981916-quantum-Consciousness shows up in our creativity and acts of free will, or when we make a moral decision. The spectrum of consciousness extends form universal consciousness to species consciousness to individual human consciousness, to organ consciousness and may exist at the molecular and atomic levels as well.

In behavioral psychology, which is based on materialistic science, the opinion is that the mechanism of the body determines even thoughts of the mind. This point may be considered from a purely logical angle of vision. There is what is called intelligence, which is an expression of the body, a creation of the brain, or a kind of phenomenon that is projected by the material forces, but how then can we explain the appreciation of beauty, or an adoption of ethical conduct.etc.

The morality of an individual cannot be said to be the morality of the flesh, the heart or any other part of the body. Quantum physics tell us that consciousness is the ground of all being. Matter, vital energy, mental meaning are all quantum possibilities of consciousness. If we could erase the mental concept that we are separate from one another, we could collectively benefit and rise into unity consciousness.


Burnout syndrome – the final stage of exhaustion and how you can help minimize its symptoms

The final stage of exhaustion is where burnout syndrome becomes the most obvious. It’s possible to become too fatigued to sleep, because sleep takes energy and it’s possible to become so exhausted it offers little relief. One of the most common ailments reported to doctors is chronic exhaustion, but burnout syndrome is a form of exhaustion that won’t go away, even after periods of relaxing or plenty of sleep.

Reversing exhaustion can be a slow process, because it may be caused by excessive stress. Emotional, physical and spiritual stresses can deplete essential nutrients and heavy metal or environmental toxins may break down the body’s natural defenses. Accelerated stages of burnout can result, unless the cycle is reversed.

There are revolutionary treatments for reversing exhaustion and eliminating stress, which leads to burnout syndrome. Diet can play a role and high-protein diets may be recommended. Eliminating sweets and processed foods, besides alcohol, coffee or chocolate, could be essential.

Hypoglycemic symptoms, low blood pressure and anxiety or depression can result from excessive stress on the body, whether these stresses are caused by parasites, toxins, emotional triggers, or diet and sleep deficits. As the final stage of exhaustion, burnout syndrome may respond best to homeopathic and herbal or natural remedies. Boosting the metabolic state may provide more energy, while alternative treatments can eliminate stress, regardless of cause.

Parasite detoxification, chelation therapy for heavy metal toxicity and a high-protein diet may be the right solutions for eliminating exhaustion and burnout syndrome. Changes in diet, lifestyle and mental attitudes can lead to recovery of burnout syndrome and final stages of exhaustion can be minimized.

Quantum Healing Institute uses revolutionary, non-invasive treatments for reversing exhaustion and eliminating stressors that lead to burnout syndrome. Discover more by calling 905-528-8484 or emailing quantumail@aol.com.

Time to Heal

Can it be true that time heals all wounds? Sounds simple, but does it work? Is it time or is it what you do with this time that heals?

Cuts, scrapes, burns and broken bones will heal, often on their own – but what about trauma and emotional wounds? This damage can be caused by a variety of conditions and may involve a single experience or an ongoing series of events that completely overwhelm the individual’s ability to cope or integrate the ideas and emotions involved with that experience.

Reactions to and symptoms of trauma can be wide and varied and differ in severity from person to person. A traumatized individual may experience a range of symptoms, leading to feelings of despair, loss of self-esteem and depression.

Healing from emotional and psychological trauma takes time and some basic steps towards recovery include:

1)         It is important to stay connected with others and to maintain relationships with friends and family.

2)         Many times, getting the problem out in the open can make it manageable.

3)         Forgive those involved. Forgiving does not condone what someone else did, it simply releases you from the pain of their actions.

4)         Most importantly, make a place for that event in your life and then put it away.

5)         It’s important to remember that it did happen and it did affect you. At the same time, it is in the past, much like a chapter in a book you have read and choose not to read again.

If you find yourself wanting to but unable to follow these suggestions, you may want to get professional help putting the past behind you.

Managing stress with Biofeedback

“Reducing stress” and “bio-feedback therapy” are words often used in the same sentence. Stress may occur from environmental exposure, toxins, allergies, mental-emotional issues, obesity or aging, to name a few.

Stress is first and foremost a necessary part of our lives. Without it, boredom sets in, yet too much can be overwhelming at times. Hans Seyle, a pioneer in stress research defines stress as “the non-specific response of the body to any demand made on it” and especially when external demands exceed resources.

Years ago many health professionals and researchers believed that the mind and body behaved completely independent from each other. Today it is clear that the body and mind are interrelated. Stress therefore can be considered a complex physical and emotional reaction. This reaction is based largely on perception, as what is stressful to one person may not be to another.

Biofeedback continues to emerge as a viable and scientifically-based treatment for an increasing number of conditions. It is a therapeutic tool which provides physiological information to improve self-regulation skills. Our body has a positive or negative reaction to anything it encounters and is trying to tell us many things throughout the day as it gives us physical clues such as being tired, fatigued, constipated, coping with diarrhea or headaches, just as it gives us mental clues when we are feeling irritable, restless, impatient, depressed, confused, angry or moody.

Reduction of stress can improve the quality of life and health. The Quantum Healing Institute provides biofeedback therapies for stress management and mind/body healing.

Call for an appointment 905 528-8484 or e-mail to: quantumail@aol.com