Monday, May 4, 2009

Reiki, Massage Therapy, Aromatics?

When God was a little boy and Mother Connie was learning to perform massage, society frowned on the profession of massage therapy. It was thought to be naughty and those who discussed the benefits-there are a great many benefits-were thought to be naughty, as well.

Not one to worry much about other peoples' opinions, I pursued my studies and went on to layer the sessions with each newly learned modality. I became so enlightened about so many different techniques that it took me half a day to do a one hour session!

As you are well aware, my favorite modality has beome the Do It Yourself program of The Healing Codes because it is so simple. No appointment necessary, you can even do long distance healing for family or friends who live afar but need assistance with their issues. A big plus is that there are no rules about who may or may not avail themselves of this gift.

I've been oober delighted to watch my Firstborn learn about Reiki and aromatherapy. These are effective modalities and she has been drawn to learn about them. This affirms to me that she is following her passions. A gifted, creative young woman, she is wise about listening to her heart and traveling her own path.

Reiki, like The Healing Codes is a fast growing wellness practice. It was developed in Japan, where natural healing is highly respected. Reiki helps to bring balance and harmony for body, mind and spirit. It can be used in conjunction with any other type of healing; hence, it has integrated well into various Western medical facilities for its efficacy.

Aromatherapy offers an holistic approach to enhance life and wellness. The Egyptians used aromatherapy extensively. It is a delightful adjunct to anyone's wellness program and I highly endorse the use of essential oils for every reason it may be called for. Whether you are keen on weight management or need a good night's rest, essential oils and their winsome aromas will be a healthy way to achieve your goals.

We are surrounded by an embarrassment of riches when it comes to choosing how best to care for our bodies. How delightful that my very own family believes in traveling this path as much as I do!

The Healing Codes

Connie Baum


  1. Hey that's cool I use aromatherapy in my Steam Shower! It's kinda funny being a guy using that stuff. I really like the eucalyptus mint, it wakes me up.

  2. Hey, Titans Fan, guys like to feel well! And girls like guys who smell nice! Eucalyptus mint is high in healing properties so you have our blessings! ENJOY.

    Thank you for taking the time to stop by and comment.

    -Mother Connie

  3. This is one of my favorite blogs, I just love the way you post, keep posts like this coming, I am truly impressed.


  4. Thank you, Robert, for being one of my fans. If people read my all my blogs they will learn many ways to become and stay vibrantly healthy.

    You might also like articles I have written for and !

    I appreciate that you took the time to post a comment.

    -Mother Connie


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