So I’ve been doing some work with the Healing Code since early June.
If you haven’t come across it before, it’s a technique for healing the issues of the heart, which then allows the body’s healing systems to function at their best. People have used the Healing Code for all kinds of situations – diseases of all shapes and sizes, depression, phobias, limiting beliefs – with great success.
It basically consists of a set-up statement, followed by pointing your fingertips at four healing centres of the body – the throat, the lower jaw, the temples and the “third eye” – while focusing on a trust statement (basically like an affirmation), for around 6 minutes.
I started doing the Healing Code around six weeks ago, usually just once a day, for 6 minutes.
The first “issue” that I focused on was a number of physical issues in my lower abdomen – a prolapsed uterus, a twisted pelvis, a collapsed vaginal wall and general out-of-balance digestive issues.
The second “issue” I focused on was a sluggish financial flow, and when I went looking for early memories that resonated with this, I found a memory from around the age of two, where I was locked in our car after falling asleep on the way home from church, and could not open the door no matter how hard I tried. I desperately needed to go to the toilet, but was incapable of opening the door lock on my own, and instead had to admit defeat and wet myself, most unwillingly.
Apparently I translated this event into a fear of powerlessness, and I may have even accepted the belief during this event that I was in fact powerless.
Anyway, so these were the two issues that I used the Healing Code on initially, starting in the first week of June.
In the past, when I’ve used techniques to help my uterus heal, I’ve checked to see how things are going. When I went to check in after doing the Healing Code for about a week, I got a very clear signal from my body that, “that’s not necessary because it IS working”. I’ve never had that kind of response before from my body, so that was a very positive sign.
The first thing that I noticed was different was around three weeks later, when my period (menstruation) arrived.
Ever since I got my period, 25 years ago, my cycle has been 31 days in length, almost religiously. It was always very stable, and the only things that ever seemed to disturb its length were:
- Stress (especially in the first two weeks), which always made it longer, in direct proportion to the intensity of the stress. My record for a stress-extended cycle was 45 days after an especially frustrating interaction with my mum, but typically it would go to around 35 days in length.
- Sex (especially in the first two weeks), which often made it shorter, by exactly 2 days, to 29 days in length.
- Homeopathy: Last year I took these awesome homeopathic‘hormone balancing drops four times a day for two months, and my cycle went down to 29 days
I think in the last 25 years, I’ve had maybe one cycle that was 28 days, possibly just because of where I counted the start and finish points, and I’ve NEVER had anything shorter than that.
Until my last cycle.
On 1 July, my period arrived a whole 4 days early, with just 27 days since my last menstruation. Talk about OMFG. For someone like me with a really stable cycle, a change like this is a big deal. And the only thing I’d been doing differently (as far as I could tell) was the Healing Code on the issues I described above.
I continued doing the Healing Code daily, sometimes as I was putting my youngest to bed, sometimes as I was doing my morning meditation (and sometimes at work when I realised I’d forgotten to do it).
And yesterday, my period arrived even earlier than expected, at 26 days. So early in fact, that when it came, I didn’t recognise it for what it was and so didn’t do anything about it.
Now, if I hadn’t gone through so much weird sh*t over the last nine months, I might be concerned.
But my health is otherwise very good, my circumstances haven’t changed much, and I have no other indications that this is a source of concern.
But it’s still a big deal. Something is definitely different.
So now I’m thinking to myself, “Maybe this stuff is actually working.”