Here is an old exteriorization that has come to the surface again. The photo on the right of Lizzy’s hand has some fluid gathering in it. The left shows just how much fluid after touching it. This happened before and it used to be on her arms and now it is her hands. Interesting. I am not sure what it means exactly but it has shown up before. What I glean from it is her body is working something out again. This time it is on her hands instead of her arms and it is moving down and hopefully out of her body.
Another old symptom that has resurfaced is Lizzy not liking her hair being combed. This used to be an action that would send Lizzy into a screaming fit! Now she is protesting via her “Godzilla” scream with less severity. While bathing her tonight I noticed the veins on the side of her head are very visible. This is a Silica deficiency.
I washed her hair and she protested like she used to. A Silica deficiency can cause scalp tenderness and pain. Having experienced it myself I know that it is very uncomfortable and a weird feeling. I gave her some Silica 6X (cell salt) after washing her hair and she played in the bath tub for another 15 minutes or so. I had to see if she still had the same sensitivity so I decided to put her hair into mini pony tails. I combed and parted her hair with minimal protesting from her. Viola! Let’s see if the veins diminish tomorrow and if her sensitivity lessens even more. These cell salts are awesome. Thank you God!
Lizzy is not licking things anymore but she is holding her tongue with her fingers. Will have to ride it out and see what happens tomorrow. Every day is another chance to learn and facilitate more healing. We will have to see what symptom du jour will come up next. Lizzy had her MMR 10M dose today and this could be what brought about the tongue holding again. She has done this in the past and the first Hep B clearing was the first time it really kicked in. Those vaccines, what a toxic cocktail they created.
Lizzy’s grunting was discouraged today and she was speaking in clear sentences when prompted. This is not new but very cool to hear. She has the cutest voice. I am eager to see more clarity from her speech and with each clearing it gets better and better. It just takes time. We have a lot of damage to undo so patience is a must. Is it always easy? No way.
The trip to the osteopath last week always helps kick homeopathic treatment into high gear. I love this! Hopefully we will see more healing over the next two weeks. We have a phone appt. with our ND tomorrow so she can clarify our observations and advise us even further.
We are very confident and content at this point with Lizzy’s progress. Yes, we have gone back from time to time but less severity is always an encouraging sign. Will keep you posted to what transpires over the next couple weeks and through the grace of God we will have more good news. May this journey continue to be filled with lessons of trust, hope, faith and healing.
Sweet Dreams To All!