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Mel

4/12/2020
9:33:09 AM
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Hello Everyone and Welcome,

Patience is the ability to endure difficult circumstances such as perseverance in the face of delay; tolerance of provocation without responding in annoyance/ anger; or forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties.

Patience is the level of endurance one can have before negativity.

Patience is part of the SUM OF THE PARTS!

God bless,
Mel
Rockin Robin

3/31/2020
8:29:11 PM

Hello Everyone!!

Sorry it has been a while since I've posted! My family has been home!!! There are positive and negative references to that statement!!! Hahaha!! Seriously, there has been more to do with everyone home as I'm sure many of you know.

We are managing well through the crisis, I do need Kleenexes and have not been able to get certain foods for the diet, but feel blessed to have what we do have.

This is truly eye-opening, isn't it?? Is it the Bible prophesies coming true?? It has been surprising and reassuring, the fact that I have had no real fear. I feel and believe that God knows my exact days on this earth, the Bible tells us so. He knows the exact number of hairs on my head. When my days are up, He will take me home. We as Christians have all those wonderful promises in His Word.

God will make many positives out of these negative situations. Maybe many people will come to know Him through all of this!!

Because of the virus, my daughter and her fiancée had to postpone their wedding. She was really freaking out at first, but after talking to the venue, vendors, mom and her friends, she realized it is for the best. Because of the postponements in March and April and their rescheduling, the earliest date available is July 2021. Their wedding date was May 30,2020. Yes , they will have to wait a whole year. If she cancelled, she would have to start all over with a new venue and dates probably wont be good with them either. They have already paid for a huge portion of the cost and she likes the place and set up. She doesn't want to start all over. Its really a lot of work!!

They had already cancelled bachelor and bachelorette parties because of travel and they had to cancel honeymoon ( can't leave US ).

So, looking at positives, more time more money, and it will all be paid off early. She wants what they have planned, hopefully in a year's time, they can get it!!

I have been praying for family, friends, the community and the world!!

I have seen some amazing acts of kindness during this time and a few disappointing acts, but more good than bad which is very encouraging!! Hopefully this too will pass soon!

I will keep you all in my prayers. Please remember to pray for Mel, his goals, the website, his dream for a clinic and all the people out their who may need this refuge for healing.

I love you all !! HUGS,
Rockin Robin
Katharine

3/31/2020
5:54:16 PM

Mel & Chrissie ,

Thank you for your pushing patience for all of us.
Stress is definitely the enemy and Jesus is looking over all of us,
we just have to trust him and know he is giving us what we need to get to the end of this journey.

Tell him every day you have put your trust in him and he will deliver.

I know I am feeling so much better now that I have stopped stressing out and knowing this will pass!

As my mother used to tell me most of the things we worry about never happen!! She was so wise!

We are all in the right place to get well.

Thanks,
Katharine
Jamie

3/15/2020
5:39:45 PM
Patience is part of the SUM OF THE PARTS!

Mel,

As you know, patience is NOT one of my best attributes.

Thank you for the needed reminder that it is important to realize that this is a journey that requires endurance and a positive attitude.

Jamie
Adrienne

3/3/2020
8:24:15 AM

Thank you for this post,

It was right on time for me with everything I have been going through and feeling.

Thank you everyone for your support and to Mel especially for creating this oasis of healing and support via his website.

GOD BLESS!!
linda

3/1/2020
8:50:28 AM

Hi Chrissie,

You are a dynamic writer and everything you said in your post makes so much sense. Even though you are very ill right now you still are here with us guiding everyone along the way.

This is so true for me in so many ways. I need to destress more and sleep more and get outside more. I need to fight this disease harder than it fights me. Letting go of past hurts and stresses is vital and bringing more peace into my life is critical.

Thank you so much for your post Chrissie. You mean so much to so many. God bless you and Holly! I pray you continue to get better and gain strenth each and every day.

Love,
Linda
Tea

2/27/2020
8:04:42 PM

Wow Chrissie!!

You give so much strength in the way you communicate with everyone!! Thank you so much for everything you’ve said, the points you’ve made, the encouragement you give AND thank you so much for the love you share!!

There is so much to enjoy when reading posts from a warrior (You!) that keeps pushing through despite whatever your up against! You’re amazing! Thank you so much for sharing your courage and for sharing with all our Newbies!!

Again, Thank YOU!!
Hugs!!
Tea
Chrissie

2/26/2020
12:53:30 PM

Hi All,

I agree wholeheartedly with Mel regards our need as toxic disease sufferers to cultivate patience and other positive emotions and coping strategies. It is imperative to our healing to do so. Absolutely, it is part of the, 'sum of the parts.'

Sometimes people in our community focus on the physical journey at the detriment of the emotional and spiritual. They have the right food /supplements but if they don't work on distress, sadness, emotional pain, frustrations and a sense of loss they won't get better. It doesn't matter how many greens or protocol pills they ingest. They are only part of the journey. They may refrain from sugar, but when stressed, cortisol provides the body with glucose. Elevated cortisol over the long term leads to increased blood sugar levels. Excess cortisol also suppresses the immune system over time. The digestive system and absorption of nutrients can also be compromised re cortisol. Your sleep patterns and energy can be affected also.

It is true that this is a very difficult disease to cope with. Healing requires much effort over time, emotionally, physically and spiritually. There is no magic wand. However, it can be done as Mel said with forbearance which is patient self control, restraint and tolerance.

We want to be healed yesterday. We want to wake and it was all a bad nightmare long gone in the night. Alas, we do have to work hard and wade through the trenches to the fields of poppies at the other side. That's why Mel says that this journey is, 'not for the fainthearted.'

The excellent news is that we have been given the resources to help us re the website. What a wonderful resource of education and insight it is!! We have the medicines and the correct diet. We have the Saturday call to help us perfect the,' sum of the parts,' and the Sunday Prayer call as a little oasis of calm with fellow sufferers to help us through. We have Mel's knowledge and expertise re his one on one coaching for those that need that extra individually tailored support.

However, the first thing we all need is our own complete commitment to ourselves and our healing. It takes a lot of emotional strength to endure long term health difficulties. However, bit by bit, with all our effort, the disease will start to lessen in time. That is where perseverance comes in.

Don't measure your health re where you want to be. Measure it by how far you have come on your healing journey. It takes time. Be gentle on your mind, body and spirit.

Today make it your priority to address your own stress management. Are you getting enough sleep? If you cannot sleep, at least rest as much as you can. Breathe deeply, employ relaxation techniques. Get out in the fresh air and breathe it into your lungs. Address your emotions, reassure yourself, watch your self talk. Be gentle in how you address yourself. It is not your fault that you have this disease and you must make it as manageable for yourself as you can.

Healing requires self love and nurturing. You can't rush the process. It takes time to build up the bioterrain, just as it took time to break it down.

You need all the support that you can get. Our community will help you, God will help you and you must help yourself on every level.

God bless us all, keep us safe and encourage us in all we do.

Chrissie
Tracy

2/26/2020
12:19:24 PM


Thank you, Mel for this post! And AMEN!!

Romans 5:3-5 …"but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulations produces perseverance (patience); and perseverance (patience), character; and character, HOPE. Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who as given to us."

Again, Mel, thank you for your encouraging words to all of us in our journey's!

In His love, Tracy
Mel **

2/25/2020
9:01:18 AM
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Hello Everyone and Welcome,

Patience is the ability to endure difficult circumstances such as perseverance in the face of delay; tolerance of provocation without responding in annoyance/ anger; or forbearance when under strain, especially when faced with longer-term difficulties.

Patience is the level of endurance one can have before negativity.

Patience is part of the SUM OF THE PARTS!

God bless,
Mel






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