Current Remedy: Carcinocin 30C
Date of Last Dosing: 09 03 2011 (72 Days)
Current CEASE clearing and dose: none
Current Supplements: Omega 3, Zinc, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Biotics IAG Prebiotic, Pediatric Custom Vitamin/Mineral Base Powder
Returning Old Symptoms : bouncing on bed, pulling on mucus from her nose when crying, hyperactivity in the evening, noise sensitivity, bed wetting
Significant Positive Behaviors: speech clarity, reading more on her own, singing with clarity on her own, expressing her true self, performing daily tasks on her own, coloring and drawing with concentration for longer periods of time
Current Cell Salt : Kali Phos 6X
Lizzy has been doing well and we will be meeting with her ND tomorrow. We are still flying without any remedies or CEASE clearings at this point. Lizzy’s willingness to communicate and express herself is very encouraging at this time. She has been using her utensils while eating and specifically stating what she wants. While eating the other night she requested, “More beef please.” Plus, she asked for a potato. When Amelia started to cut up her potato Lizzy stated calmly “I don’t want it like that.” Lizzy wanted it cut in half so she could pull out the contents herself. VERY COOL! This is the stuff I love to see and hear. Our little girl is working her way back from the abyss.
Lizzy has been doing more drawing lately and here is her latest masterpiece. We
painted two walls in our hallway with chalkboard paint and she goes to town. This also helps me when homeschooling the other kids. Lots of space and no worries if they decide to run off with the chalk.
Lizzy has been having some bouts with impatience and I am very excited to see that her true personality is coming out. For example, I placed my hand on her back to lead her upstairs from the basement and she told me ” Get your hand off of me.” I reminded her not to talk to people like that, I reminded her to use the word please, and she repeated the same statement with a please. Very cool indeed!! The toxins that invaded her body almost seven years ago are being purged and our baby girl is on her way. Thank you God!!
Many of you are aware of the power outages last week and Lizzy did very well considering the fact that she could not use the pc or dvd player for 2 days. During the blackout she asked me, “Scooby Doo?” I told her that the power was out and she had to wait. She proceeded to say, “Scooby Doo dvd?” I repeated myself again and she asked for the third time, “Scooby Doo dvd please?” I answered her and she accepted the answer and went straight to bed. No fuss, no muss.
This week Lizzy has been cranky, wetting her bed, taking off her clothes and noise sensitive. She is nowhere near where she was years ago. Thank God for that. I am very anxious to get her on the next clearing and or remedy. It has been a very long time since we have given her anything besides cell salts and her recent behavior is an indication that she is ready to start a new phase of her recovery. Onward and upward.
As for Todd and myself, I mentioned in a past blog that our pastor wanted to help me with all the emotions I have been dealing with. Lizzy’s autism was at the top of my list. After praying about it we decided to give it all to Christ and take part in redemption ceremony with both of our pastors. We decided to have the ceremony on 10 28 2011 which was our 21st wedding anniversary. A perfect day for a new beginning and reminding each other how much we mean to one another.
We began with the redemption ceremony in order to remove all of the baggage Todd and I have been carrying around for the past 21 years of our marriage. We made a list of all the sins, pains, grief, bad decisions, what have you, on
pieces of paper and literally nailed them on the cross. We gave them all to Christ. It was the most moving experience I have ever had. I was nailing so hard that my pastor had to remind me to take it easy. I wanted to make sure that mine stayed there and the feeling of hammering all of that junk felt wonderful. After nailing our notes, our pastor removed them and burned them in a vessel. It was so powerful. Not only the nailing and burning but the process of reliving those thoughts for a couple of days prior to the ceremony was very cathartic. It changed my life.
I was doing a Tammy Faye Baker impersonation the whole time. Crying like crazy, mascara running and my heart pounding I gave it all to Christ. Lizzy’s autism, vaccines and anything I could think of during my entire life that caused me to be upset. They were all given to Him. I am free. Through the grace of God Todd and I are starting anew with Christ as the leader of our marriage and our lives. No longer a duo, now a trio.
Since that day, everything makes sense. All of the emotions that were clogging our thoughts were eliminated. I do not have anything to toil over or occupy my thoughts when I am alone. I still have the problems but not the sorrow and worry. All nine of our kids joined in the ceremony along with my mom and her boyfriend. It was miraculous. The power of God is awesome!
Lizzy did pretty well until she saw the bread for communion. That was enough for her to start saying “Bread, bread, bread.” Even with all that going on I was focusing on God’s presence and my wonderful husband. That is exactly what life is like. No matter what, there is always something to distract you. I just need to keep my heart and mind on Christ. Through Him I can deal with it all. Autism included. Will I be perfect? No way! But I am going to try my hardest. One funny thing Lizzy said towards the end was “Three”. Was she referring to Christ, Todd and myself? We might never find out. But it made my heart smile and my soul sing.
I pray that Lizzy will continue to heal and become the person that God intended for her to be. After all, her name in Elizabeth which means consecrated to God. And that is exactly what I am going to remember. She and her 8 siblings belong to Him. Through Him they will all reach their full potential for His glory. It is just a matter of time, patience and love.
We are very excited about Lizzy starting her new round of CEASE next week. Hopefully, we will have more new wonderful things to share. My prayers go out to all families dealing with autism. May God grant us the strength to persevere and triumph over all challenging aspects of this condition.
Until next time….