This is a summary of Moses’ Heilkunst (sequential homeopathy) update in August 2016 over 3 week period. Read more about our Heilkunst journey here.
On July 26, 2016, Moses started the following droppers:
1) Euon. europ. 30C – (Physical – Rashes/Ear fissures/Cracked lips/Thrush/Asthma/Dry scalp/Food allergies/Bloody snot/Digestion) – a drop a day
2) Cycl. 200C – (Emotions – Stress/Anxiety/Balanced emotions) – a drop a day
3) Azad. 1M – (Mentals – Brain fog/spaciness/Socialization/Sleep/Babyish behaviour) – a drop a day
4) Acute re stress of the impending move – Sip on #3 above.
New Timeline Wafers:
Gels. 30C/200C/1M/10M – Taking one every fifth night, 1-4. (Winter 2016 – Almost hit by a taxi and relives incident whenever he sees that brand of taxi.)
On the morning that Moses started on his new droppers, he woke up with a hoarse voice. Later that morning, he complained of pain in his right ear. He didn’t experience any other healing reactions.
On August 4th, Moses took his first timeline wafer related to almost getting hit by a taxi while crossing a cross-walk in front of his school in Winter 2016. He seemed like he needed extra reassurance / cuddles during the days that followed after he took his first timeline wafer.
He took his second timeline wafer on August 9th. Four days later, he had an increase in rashes on his inner elbows.
We flew across the country to visit Grammie Rosie and Grandpa George and arrived on the 13th. On August 14th, he started his third timeline wafer. Later that evening, his rashes seemed particularly bad: inner elbows, back of neck, front of neck and a smattering on his chest and his belly. I’m not sure if the increase in rashes is because we didn’t bring his probiotic (since it requires refrigeration and was difficult to travel with), the third timeline wafer, a change of diet (more sugar than normal), and/or the lack of sleep with the long travel day (he woke up at 4 am and didn’t sleep until 9:30 pm in the new time zone [which was midnight in the original time zone]). That’s a looooooooong day, especially for someone who is susceptible to being immuno-compromised. Not surprisingly, he also hasn’t been himself emotionally. He’s been a lot more short-tempered, for example. Despite the increase in rashes and change in emotional balance, these are pretty minor compared to what we have dealt with in the past. Overall, we’ve have been having a great time visiting with family and friends. Children’s Museum, Zoo, parks, and have plans for waterslides, go-karting, another museum and a trampoline park. Lots of fun!
Overall, Moses has been very adventurous during this three week period. For the first time, he jumped off a high diving board a few times at the pool. During one of the jumps, he wore his glasses, which flew off his face when he hit the water. Another diver helped to retrieve his glasses, but what was amazing about this experience is that he didn’t get me or get concerned when he lost his glasses. I was really proud of how brave he was to jump off the high dive and also how he managed the whole incident on his own.
And prior to our trip, Moses was very emotionally balanced, especially since things have been so topsy turvy in terms of whether or not we are moving across the country and relatives pulling on his heart strings about us potentially leaving them. He has been so grounded through this process – so amazing to witness.