Next Stop … Energetic Detox

23.2.2016 | 00:27

Dragon Dispatches from the Divine Dragon

In my last blog post, I was pondering my “next steps” along this health and wellness journey.

I just found out, in a big way.

I was receiving my final (for the time being, at least) NAET session.  (I cleared our little homemade nut mix with no problem.  Whew!!)

I mentioned that I had a bad reaction to a solvent the plumber used while repairing our kitchen sink and garbage disposal pipes.

So I agreed to an “energetic detox” after the NAET clearing.

Oh boy….

Yeah, that opened a can of worms.  Big time!!

Accumulated toxins, accumulated emotional baggage.

Yep, I’ve still got issues, all right.

Is it any wonder I’m chronically constipated?

Vector image of a Cat in the toilet


Yes, I already knew there had to be a psychological component to that.

I knew there was – excuse the expression – some “psychic shit” that I needed to rid myself of.

I’ve been around the energy healing block enough times to know that physical symptoms are never just indicative of physical issues.

There’s always a mental, emotional or energetic component to it.

You don’t have to be an avid follower of Louise Hay to know that much.

(Although if you haven’t already read it, her book You Can Heal Your Life is really incredible.  She walks her talk….)

So my doctor and I had a nice little chat to see if we could find out what’s been accumulating besides environmental toxins.

It seems as though I’ve been carrying around a lot of blame and anger for things that have happened during the course of my life.

I’ve already done a lot of work in this area, but I need to do some more.

Turns out I’ve been missing a very important tool:

To get the best results, you need to have a “safe space.”


As I was lying on the table, it occurred to me:  “Holy cats!!  I don’t feel as though I have a safe space – I have WiFi, a smart meter, neighbors whose cigarette smoke wafts into my (closed up!) home….  We’re surrounded by power lines….  NOT SAFE!!!”

So I had to create one.

I couldn’t think of a thing, and then it hit me:

A “dragon suit.”

Yep, that’s right – I visualized myself surrounded by beautiful red “Fire Dragon” armor.  And I felt safe.

And it sure as hell didn’t hurt when a vision of the Archangel Michael, wielding his flaming sword, standing over me – guarding me – popped into my head….

Archangel Michael, the patron saint of Kiev in Independence Square

(He’s been my Guardian Angel all of my life, I think – I just didn’t realize it until a few years ago.)

Okay, I’ve got the safe space now.

And now I get to do my “homework.”

I need to write some stuff down, let go of any residual blaming, and burn it – and let go of whatever anger remains….

I’ve done some similar things to this “ritual” over the past several years, but this feels … well, safer, somehow.

It feels as though whatever was missing before has finally fallen into place….

I’ll keep you posted.

(And yes, now you know how the “Divine Dragon” came to be….)


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  1. Andrea
    February 23, 2016 | 6:08 pm

    I can identify with this because of the meditations I’ve been doing recently, including some with Michael, which we can chat about over on Facebook. It’s amazing what comes up and what pops into your head. I’ve considered blogging it too.

    Interesting that you had that experience during a NAET session.

    • daletchworth
      February 24, 2016 | 12:18 am

      Andrea – Thank you for the comment. I’ve updated the blog text to clarify that the breakthrough came shortly after Diane’s NAET session. Debra

  2. Brad
    February 24, 2016 | 6:22 am

    Really important to make that shift to address things that don’t normally fall cleanly into the physical. I really like the notion of a safe place.

    We all want to feel at home and that’s when we can heal well but home is not a physical place really. By creating the visualization of your armour, you get as close as one can to that home. At least, that’s my humble opinion.

    • daletchworth
      February 25, 2016 | 12:11 am

      Brad — Excellent insights here. In agreement as far as home being something other than physical, although our houses can also be our homes. Home, as a concept, is very much in the heart. Between you and me, I think Diane has some awesome armor! 🙂 Debra

  3. Jace
    February 24, 2016 | 5:25 pm

    It’s inspirational that you are doing the work to better understand what helps you grow and thrive. Cheers

    • daletchworth
      February 25, 2016 | 12:12 am

      Thanks much, Jace, for all of the support! Diane appreciates it. Debra

  4. Andrea
    February 24, 2016 | 9:43 pm

    What a cute post, thanks for your insight

    • daletchworth
      February 25, 2016 | 12:11 am

      Thanks, Andrea!

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