My short story

I’ve been on a journey the last few days. My daughter reminded me from a psychology book she’s been reading that 80% of physical ailments have a significant emotional component. I’ve been trying lots of different vitamins and therapies to reduce the inflammation (arthritis like) in my left fingers. With that reminder, I looked up arthritis/fingers in 2 different books that I have: “Feelings Buried Alive Never Die” and “The Secret Language of Your Body.” One of the emotional contributors listed was, “Holding on to anger, shame, or resentment from childhood.” There were others as well, but as I muscle-tested myself on which one was the priority issue for me, that’s the one that stood out. But truthfully, I consider myself blessed with a wonderful childhood so I had a hard time connecting to anything to work with.

Later the same day, I ran across a “homework assignment” that I use with clients that I haven’t done myself, so I decided to do it. It’s called, “write your own short story,” and is an exercise in which you write about a time in your life from a 3rd person view (someone else telling the story). Here’s what came out of my fingers on onto the keyboard on my computer:

“Once upon a time, there was a little girl who loved all things. She was bright, cheerful, and excited to live every day. She felt loved and protected by her family and knew that she was cared for. But she also learned that life is painful. Chronic ear infections plagued her sense of peace and security. The pain was unbearable at times. Her hearing began to slip away without her (or her loved ones) even noticing until she couldn’t fit nicely into her world anymore. Something had to be done. Fitted with a hearing aid, she felt disconnected from all others, knowing that she was different and physically incapable of being like the others. She compensated well, having already learned lip-reading and the hearing aid helped in so many ways, so that she could appear normal (her new goal in life).

With time, the ear infections dwindled, but she now knew that pain was a reality of life. She continued with her goal of appearing normal, even better than normal—trying to be the very best at the things she could excel at (and avoiding the things she didn’t know she could excel at or even enjoy). She always, always wore her hair down (to hide the hearing aid) and worried when she had to wear her hair up for sports. But no one seemed to notice. A boy complimented her once (age 16 or 17) and said she should wear her hair up more, but she felt embarrassed and insecure that he noticed, and that a style change meant exposing her vulnerability (difference/weakness). And did that mean her hair didn’t look nice down? Those insecurities plagued her into adulthood but with them also came a gift. Because of needing to lip read, she learned to focus, really focus on the person speaking. She became an excellent listener. She also learned compassion for others and their struggles. In time, the insecurities weakened and the gifts strengthened, and she became a girl who is bright, cheerful and excited to live every day…again.”

This was a powerful exercise for me. I’ve lived with the hearing loss for 40 years now and don’t think about it much any more…it’s just a part of life. I didn’t remember the level of shame and pain that accompanied that time in my life. But my fingers remember! But today they are feeling better; I’m experiencing less pain and stiffness than yesterday.

If you’d like to write your own story and share it here, I’d love to hear it. Thanks for reading mine!

Infinite love and gratitude,


Fighting back with ease.

I was hit today with the an enormous synchronicity and I’m compelled to write this post in regards to addressing this pandemic situation. Having heard this podcast with Dr Tom Levy which I reference here, having met Dr Levy and talked with him about Vitamin C therapy I trust him completely. In this discussion he says this whole thing would be over if the media would be honest for 24 hours, then went on to describe the techniques put forward by Dr Brownstein and others in regards to the use of nebulized hydrogen peroxide, personally not even worrying about using a food grade form in the short term ( I have more then one colleague who has done it with regular stabilized H202) however I have been recommending and using the food grade version at about 1.5% mixed with saline, the saline strength can be greater than the 0.9% that is congruent with our blood all the way up to evidently 7% which can be good for sinuses as well. Inhaling it through the nostrils, one nostril and then the other holding the breath slightly and then also inhaling in the mouth. This can be a monotherapy, meaning a single therapy that by itself can reverse almost all Covid cases. For more severe cases of course we add the protocols associated with vitamin D (Which incidentally is not very good at treating the infection but very good for prevention so everyone should be taking their vitamin D.) Add to that zinc, vitamin C, perhaps quercetin, ivermectin, NAC, and others. In a severe case we might add major autohemotherapy, or other form of ozone therapy, followed by IV vitamin C. This protocol outlined by many others, including Dr Frank Shallenberger, who at a recent seminar I attended said he sent this protocol on to the CDC and the Biden administration only to be ignored. The straw on the camels back for me is this recent rumble interview from a Canadian guy interviewing a doctor Ardis, of course it no longer looks like a conspiracy, conspiracy theories now have become spoiler alerts in the face of this unpredictable and unprecedented time.

The takeaway for me is it is definitely time for all people to rise up to the fullness of their consciousness connecting to their infinite self and the God who created them so that they may be directed in discerning the truth, then caring for themselves and their families and their communities as they fight against the obvious tyranny and the obvious onslaught of nefarious forces that seek to enslave men once again. We may ask ourselves what is my role in standing for and teaching truth and preserving Liberty? I have long tried to see both sides of every issue and not take a stand. I have always sought not to offend but rather to build bridges as a peacemaker in my family. Hence my voice may not be as loud as others. Nevertheless when I have friends who have died for lack of knowledge, and the hidden truth. I am compelled to speak at least a piece so that the tragedy of a young man leaving behind small children never has to happen again, not for my family, not for those under my care, not for their friends and families that they care for, when there are such easy simple powerful answers to the mess we call this pandemic.

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With Infinite Love and Gratitude, Dr. Alexander Gilmore.