A Great Healing Modality


Recently, I have been working with The Healing Codes discovered by Alex Loyd, PhD.  His story is an interesting one as he tells it.  He was desperately trying to help his wife who suffered from severe depression and knew her ailment was not simply a mental disorder but had definite emotional and spiritual components. The mind body connection of course. In prayer and meditation, he asked God/Unity Consciousness or whatever you’d like to call that unknown quantity for help. Eventually, he was given a gift through meditative transmissions;  an amazing healing modality which cured his wife and put thousands of people on the road to recovery from various dis-eases. He currently lectures all over the world and gives online webinars which you can join for nominal fees. He calls the modality, The Healing Codes and you can purchase his book online. You can also go to his website to learn more. Find his method and books by googling Dr. Alex Loyd and The Healing Codes


I keep on experiencing healing modalities which resonate for me. In several blogs I discussed the value of Ho’oponopono which also has profound effects.  But, ever wanting to clean the slate of my subconscious programming, I seek out people and experiences for self-improvement.  This probably has to do with the fact that as I get older, I want to contribute more, to be more in service at ever higher levels and in order to do that, I feel it imperative to ‘clean up my act. ‘

I’ve also quoted cellular biologist, Dr. Bruce Lipton in previous blogs as his research runs parallel with that of Dr. Loyd.  Dr. Lipton’s work shows that over 90% of what affects our thoughts, feelings and actions can be attributed to unconscious memories stored in our bodies. Southwestern Medical School calls them cellular memories and these memories contain wrong beliefs about ourselves, others, life and God. To complicate matters, these wrong beliefs create physiological stress and when stress is compounded and not able to be released, something physical is often the first thing to give. Therefore,  health problems often are the result.

Dr. Lipton states in his book, The Biology of Belief, that you can heal the wrong beliefs including genetic illness.  To give an example, if you believe that you are not worthy of love, and I would suggest that viewpoint is pervasive in our society in the victim/victimizer scenarios being played out on the world stage, then you are believing a lie and the truth of who you really are.

Back to the Healing Codes. Upon realizing that in spite of our science and technology, modern science has not been able to find the core solutions to our health problems.  We  have to look somewhere else besides allopathic medicine. Take the shocking statistics that 1 out of 3 people will contract some form of cancer and the explosion of heart problems and diabetes at younger ages. Okay, there are obvious environmental issues involved such as our food, air, and water supplies being contaminated.  Thankfully, many people are waking up to the fact that we are looking in all the wrong places for cures. Enter a modality like The Healing Codes which “ do not work directly on any physical problem but rather focus exclusively on the destructive memory pictures in the heart-even when a person is not aware of these pictures-to heal the underlying spiritual issues.”

By using the codes, Dr. Loyd tells us that your own immune system will be able to heal us as it is intended to do, while our physiological stress level decreases. He makes the statement based on the extensive results reported to him and his crew by those who have put the Healing Codes to work for them. I am one of those people. The Healing Codes has made a bold leap into the realm of spiritual energy healing.

Just to give you a brief overview of how the Healing Codes are applied, you would need to know that healing energy is directed through the fingers of your  hands at four healing centers around the body –around the head and neck region. “These healing centers appear to work like a hidden fuse box that, when the correct switches are flipped on, will allow healing of almost anything. They do this by removing stress in the body that had switched them off, thus allowing the neuro-immune system to resume its job of healing whatever is wrong in the body.” The system uses 12 pairs of codes and each pair addresses one of the 12 categories of core spiritual issues that affect everyone’s lives. You use the codes repeatedly until your issue is healed.

So, I’ve given you the information you would need to follow through should it resonate for you.

Have a Heart


During this presidential campaign that is undeniably entertaining, poignant, and grotesque at the same time, I started to mull over the idea of organ transplants; specifically, those of the heart.  Supporting evidence is that an individual ‘broadcasts’ his/her identity because it exists in the environment whether the body is here or not.  Meaning, the individual can, on some level, be present in the world. This info is a new paradigm concerning the power of consciousness.

Dr. Bruce Lipton, who I’ve quoted before, is one such scientist whose thought provoking book, ‘The Biology of Belief’ writes, “Identity is a complex signature contained within the vast information that collectively comprises the environment.   When the physical body dies, the broadcast or energetic imprint is still present.”  He’s not talking about your dead great grandfather with the sonorous voice whispering his criticism in your ear!

But rather he tells us  that the cellular memory of the organs of the recipient of a donor heart, etc. can behaviorally and psychologically change! They can be overridden in some way by the donor’s organs. That is a profound piece of information and many of us have heard stories along that line.

Take for example the person who has been extremely ‘careful’ with his money throughout his life, a scrooge type individual who then against his nature starts donating his fortune to charities after his heart transplant.  He then  finds out the donor was a philanthropist. How about the woman, (Claire Sylvia) who began to have a sudden taste for beer, chicken nuggets and fast motorcycles after her heart-lung transplant.  After speaking with the donor’s family, she found she was the recipient of an 18 year-old motorcycle enthusiast who loved chicken nuggets and beer.

There are so many transformational experiences documented that if you’re interested, you could check out a book entitled, ‘The Heart’s Code: Tapping the Wisdom and Power of Our Heart Energy’ (Pearsall, 1998).

Dr. Lipton goes on to tell us in ‘The Biology of Belief’ about a young girl having nightmares of being murdered after her heart transplant. “Her dreams were so vivid that they led to the capture of the murderer who killed her donor.” The theory behind these radical changes ‘of heart’ is that these new behaviors become embedded into the transplant recipient through a process of  cellular’ memory. This is the idea that somehow memories are maintained  in the cells and can be passed on. This is not entirely new information and you can also read more along those lines in a epic book by Dr. Candace Pert entitled, “Molecules of Emotion.’

Perhaps some of our politicians/banksters/media people could use a heart transplant from say someone like Mother Theresa, Martin Luther King, Jr. or John F. Kennedy.  Certainly, the transplantees could be receiving better information about how to navigate the world for the benefit of all, not just the entitled few.

Last message. Vote with your heart and decide which of the candidates is more heart centered. As we all suspect, the election will radically change the course of our lives. There is much at stake. Please share this if you resonate with the info and certainly comment if you wish.

Don’t Play That Program

Take the word habituation. The root word is habit. Obviously, some habits are positive and others get us into trouble or make our lives miserable. The definition of habitation is doing something in the same way over and over again.  As I said, sometimes it works for us like learning the times table in 3rd grade. The constant repetition helped us cement those tables in our mind and I think to this day, most of us will never forget the multiplication number sequences.

We all have behaviors that become repetitive, habit forming, habitual and if they become a deficit like thinking the worst in any given situation, or becoming wildly impatient on a supermarket line well, it’s time to rethink things and make life easier.  It’s time to get rid of those behaviors that are not supporting us. It’s time to create a new pattern through a form of repetition..


Here’s the key that goes into the lock.  When you observe a behavior that’s not supporting you, that’s the moment of freedom. If you see that you’re running a sabotaging program, you can say stop!  Don’t play this program, play something else. Every time that negative program shows up and you say to yourself, wait, stop, I have to cancel that, you’re creating a repetition of a new pattern. The more times you do it, the more the new pattern gets established.  The more the new pattern gets established, it overrides the old negative thoughts/beliefs and cancels out the negative program. The subconscious then stops the negative pattern from running. Habituation is what this is called according to neuro-biologist, Dr. Bruce Lipton in his highly acclaimed best selling book, The Biology of Belief.  “Habituation is a fundamental way of re-wiring the consequences of a negative program.”