QNRT, how I love thee.
Before I describe my next few sessions, I want to talk about how I've felt since the first 3 sessions of QNRT:
I've felt so much better!
My sessions tend to always go back to my gut issues and my limbic system being dysregulated. These two issues have wreaked havoc on my life. Since having QNRT done, my digestion has improved a ton and I'm calmer all the time. I've been in a few situations since, where I've actually caught myself waiting for my limbic system to dysregulate and it hasn't. Didn't stir at all. I continue to have ZERO anxiety at night after the first QNRT session. My digestion has been better. I'm not painfully bloated every second of every day. My skin has cleared up a great deal. This stuff is magic. It's brilliant. I'm hooked.
Wanting to learn more, I jumped on instagram looking for QNRT accounts to follow to see how others are feeling and learn more about the science behind it. And, there's almost NOTHING. Sadly, it turns out that the guy who created it sends out cease and desists like they're party flyers to anyone he thinks might be giving away his proprietary information. It's sad that he holds back his own creation from spreading into the world and helping so many people. I can't imagine the work that went into creating this process. The inventor deserves to be rewarded for that. But, I believe in abundance and that he would make even more money if he allowed information to get out there about his incredible creation. But, what can you do? What a sad world. Money and greed kill progress and healing again. Lame.
*I'm not a doctor, nutritionist, or any kind of medical professional. None of this is medical advice. Always seek advice from your doctor before changing your diet and/or healing routine. I am just a human sharing my experience with this protocol.
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I've been on the bean protocol for 540 days.
Although I've hit so many roadblocks along the way, I'm still pushing forward and hoping for the best. Below is a summary of my life events for the last 90 days with the overview following, as per usual. Merry Christmas everyone!
Omg, a recipe!
I know, I usually don't post these because I tend to not eat recipe food anymore (too many food sensitivities). My typical meal is a piece of meat with a 1/2 cup of beans on the side and maybe some kind of roasted veggie. But, I've been a bit braver lately and dipped my toe into the recipe world again. My mom made this awesome Black Bean and Corn Salad as a side dish for Thanksgiving this year. I loved it (it tastes even better after a day or two). So, I thought I'd share it with you all as well. And, if you really need some delicious bean recipes, I always recommend Unique Hammond's blog. Her carrot muffins are the chronic.
Adjust this bean salad however you like. Too corny? Use less corn. Not into tomatoes? Leave them out. Gotta have more lime? Add more lime. It's your world.
What is QNRT?
According to founder and creator, Dr. John Turner's website, Quantum Neuro Reset Therapy (QNRT™) "is a proprietary protocol designed to initiate a quantum shift in the nervous system by resetting the brain's response to emotional triggers for both past and present emotional trauma and stress."
In short and in my own words (and understanding), QNRT lets your body tell you the details of any stored trauma via muscle testing, then does a quick reset to clear the trauma.
My initial arrival to their office was a bit rough.
Due to my MCS, it can be extremely hard to be around people and in public spaces. There are SO MANY smells and chemicals. And, this office was no different. They had essential oil diffusers cranking and those cinnamon-scented fall holiday items. The scents were so thick in the air they instantly choked me. I apologized and choked out "It's my MCS." But, I think I full-on terrified the elderly woman waiting in the lobby. Cause you know, everything's COVID now. No one ever coughed before COVID. No reason to lol.
That was really the only hiccup and the rest of the experience was smooth sailing. I actually left the office with no MCS flare (how is that possible!?). I didn't know what to expect but the doctor was very thorough and informative. She explained the process, asked if I had any questions, and then we began.
Hi, I'm Dana.
I love art, design, vintage goods, healthy living, and weirdo fringe stuff.
I design wallpaper and textiles under the name Dolphin & Condor.
I have my own line of pillows based on the periodic table called Element Pillows.
I have an ugly Christmas sweater shop called My Ugly Sweater.
I edit and sell vintage photos under the handle Photo Trade Co.
And, so much more! Can you tell I enjoy working?