Real Life Decoding and Healing Story

Lindsey is a friend of mine.  It all started innocently enough with a date—a successful, good looking, recently divorced man about her age—she met on a dating site.  They met for coffee and enjoyed nice conversation.  They both seemed be fond of the hour+ they had just spent together and before they parted, decided to see each other once again.  It would seem that the story was straight forward enough . . .

However, for Lindsey, a successful and talented professional in her own right, issues of past worthiness and childhood abuses rose to the surface as she walked through her front door.  She felt anxious and panicked; was she good enough for him?

Intellectually, this made no sense to her.  She knew that.  What exactly had been triggered by her unconscious that was troubling her now, showing up by her extreme physical reaction? By the next morning—the situation had escalated. Her eyes were inflamed and swollen.  They itched.  Over the course of the next few weeks and multiple visits to the ophthalmologist—and missed days from work—she suffered with blurred vision, red and painful eyes that she could barely open; the official diagnosis: conjunctivitis.

Now, most of us have heard, “Eyes are the mirrors of my Soul.”  On a more profound level, they enable us to see our outside world, yet through them, we express all the emotions and feelings which we experience inside ourselves. Our eyes reflect the way “I see life and my relationship with it.”  I knew diseases ending with “itis” were related to anger or frustration—and the “itis” also indicated illness having to do with inflammation.

Inflammation according to the world of medicine, is of course, a localized defensive reaction to a pathogenic agent or injury; red, heat, pain and swelling. Lindsey was certainly experiencing those. However, on a decoding level, it represented the ‘inflamed enraged feelings by something or someone that I am feeling, expressing itself through my body—something was “red and boiling with anger,” and could not be repressed or forgotten any longer. Somewhere locked away in the subconscious mind, those thoughts and feelings were there.

When we look closer, conjunctivitis, on a deep unresolved emotional level, was related to “refusing to see a situation or an event with which I disagree or that hurts me.” To go full woo-woo on you—that means that things cannot only be from our early childhood, but to complicate things, carried forward from another life through the trillion parts of our Merkaba, which means to ride, or passed from our parents’ traumas. The physical, mental-emotional and spiritual or mind-body-spirit and its components cannot be separated.  There is a relationship between the parts—and goes so much further than the illness or disease we see manifest before our eyes in our physical body.  We can liken the symptoms to the tip of an iceberg; most of it is below the surface.

Conjunctivitis is about the impossibility of forgiveness—irritation and revolt.  “It burns me to see such a thing!” It is as if my eyes were always trying to wash out the dirt I see in a situation that makes me angry.”  It may have been something so despicable that I absolutely must ‘whitewash the family’ from any judgment or scandal”. The result?  It causes swelling and mental numbness as well as an emotional overflow similar to the action of crying.”  On some level, Lindsey and I both knew intuitively, it was a clearing and cleansing from the past.  Just how far back it went, we couldn’t be sure. But the new energy and continuing shift was now making sure that we were being tuned and recalibrated—for what was next, and that meant—clearing out old patterns and traumas!

We did some work together.  Lindsey healed.  Followed Doctors orders not to wear her contacts—and to use the eyedrops for the swelling.  Several antibiotics to combat any potential bacterial infections were also prudent.  No surprise.

Lindsey called to tell me last week, she had another visit to the ophthalmologist.  Her astigmatism—which on a decoding level meant—trying to find answers outwardly rather than within myself was GONE.  Her vision improved four lines!  Her doctor’s only comment, was that’s impossible.  Not really.  In the decoding world, those are just indicators.  When the unresolved emotional trauma was resolved—the body corrected itself.  How cool is that!  The truth remains the Truth, whether we want to acknowledge it or not!  I myself take it as a WIN—and know that everything is so much bigger than we know, and when we can get out of our way—and change our beliefs to try new things—anything is possible—even healing the impossible!

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