Metaphysical colon hydrotherapy is a colonic style that I have created and named Iyasu, which means, “to heal” in Japanese. It takes traditional colon hydrotherapy a few steps further. Most colon therapists offer colonics with a focus on healing from a predominantly physical point of view – utilizing nutrition, supplements, and lifestyle changes to promote healing. Years ago, I began to realize when clients shared personal, emotional experiences with me during their sessions, their bodies opened up and released more physically. Consequently, I created a new way of offering colonics that incorporate the different aspects that make up the human experience of healing. I have been a Colon Hydrotherapist since 1996. Since that time, I came to believe that:
Our bodies are wise and will go to dysfunction. in order to set us up for our individual healing. To truly heal, we must feel.
By trusting the wisdom of our body and letting it guide us on our path, we can all heal. There may be many reasons, and at many levels, why we suffer. I believe that the origin of physical dysfunction can be traced to any combination of the following – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. If we perceive life from an unhealthy or unresolved perspective, we might end up with physical issues. Iyasu can offer perspectives to shift belief systems that might be keeping us ill. When we choose to see ourself, others, and situations in a different way, our body can shift into health. ~ Stephanie Kato
Topics Covered Today
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- Eat Right for your Blood Type Get the app.
- Embracing Love by Letting Go: A Metaphysical Cleanse
- Embracing Life by Letting Go: Colon Hydrotherapy & The Emotional Body
- Vegans and Vegetarians
- SunWarrior Protein
- Dr. David Perlmutter – Grain Brain
- If I’m hysterical it’s historical.
- Keep playing with that inner child.
- Kerri Lake, Tools For An Awakening World. The mind is not a sensory instrument.
- An “Intentional Cleanse” on Facebook.
- Intentionally cleansing fear.
- “I’m not responsible for my thoughts. But I am responsible for my thinking.” ~ Stephanie Kato
- The International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy.
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