In this episode of Healthytarian Living, host Evita Ochel and special guest Maureen Minnehan Jones discuss the underlying foundation of the flu infection and its connection to our emotional state of being.
Maureen is a registered nurse, massage therapist and holistic healer. She developed the Modus Operandi healing technique and is the author of the book Wisdom to Wellness: Healing Your Emotional Sufferings so the Physical Healing Can Follow. Maureen continues to be a leading expert in understanding the mind-body connection and its role in the creation of disease and healing. She gives workshops and lectures throughout North America.
The article referenced in the video can be found here: Endless Hope - One Way to Prevent the Flu
Specific topics covered in the video episode include:
An explanation of why the “flu” is not a random event, why we need to go past the “germ model” and integrate the emotional component in the role of the flu. (3:00)
What does the idea of being “over the top” mean and its role in generation of the “hopeless” feelings that can lead to the onset of the flu. (4:05)
What signs can we pay attention to in our daily life to prevent getting to the “over the edge hopeless” feeling. (7:40)
“Those who understand that a viable solution exists for every problem—and have the life skills to cope—aren’t as likely to get caught up in a problem as those who don’t.”(10:15)
Where do lifestyle habits fit into the overall picture. (10:45)
What role does the conscious and subconscious connection play in disease formation. Includes an explanation of Maureen’s Modus Operandi healing technique. (12:17)
How to see and understand disease as an ally. (17:00)
Maureen offers tips for our life to prevent the flu by being conscious of our state of everyday life, stress and emotional well-being. (18:10)
Maureen shares about the emotion connection to other conditions that she works with healing, including sleep apnea, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, etc. (20:50)
Maureen shares final tips and wisdom based on the quote “Some see a hopeless end, while others see an endless hope.” (23:55)