I recently moved into a new place. After having a sexy new stacked washer and dryer installed (I'm talkin' a washer drum big enough for a comforter and it's a top loader so it won't get moldy like front loaders do. Sexy indeed!) and my friend came over to make sure they were working properly (By that, I mean she did three loads of laundry.), I was feeling pretty groovy in my new pad.
But then I got a stomach virus. I thought it was the GIANT burger I scarfed down at Harris Ranch, that hotel and restaurant in the middle of cow fields off the 5 (You know, right around where the manure whiffs become stench?) but after running the Food Poisoning journey on my AmpCoil, I still felt fever-y and explosive in all the wrong ways.
So, I decided to stay in the bed that had been delivered all rolled up like a giant taquito and read for a few days, which frankly would have been heavenly if my stomach hadn't felt like it was filled with flaming acid.
But things did not improve. So, I ran AmpCoil journeys for viruses. I still felt horrible.
A friend mentioned that her friend had experienced only digestive issues from Covid, so I ran AmpCoil's Wellness 2020 journeys which had worked wonders when I had Covid. (My sense of taste and smell came back after two sessions.) After that, the fire in my gut was more like a smolder, but I still felt weak and the thought of food made me gag.
Five days after first barfing, I conjured up the strength to walk three blocks to CVS for a Covid test. When I returned, I opened the front door to my new apartment and smelled gas.
When the So Cal Gas technician arrived a few minutes later, he turned on his meter by the front door.
"Beep.......beep........beep," the meter said.
As the technician walked towards the kitchen, the beeps came faster. By the time the technician inserted the meter in my new dryer, the beeps were no longer separate beeps. They were one furious, "BEEEEEEEEEEEP!"
He immediately killed the gas valve to the dryer and opened the backdoor.
"You're going to need to open the all the windows. Your dryer is bypassing gas," he said.
No wonder why I wasn't getting better.
I've rarely encountered a physical symptom that couldn't be transmuted with some help from AmpCoil. From sunburns to Lyme symptoms and muscle aches to a stye in my eye (click here for hideous pics), I run AmpCoil for everything, so the fact that I wasn't getting better should have been a sign that there was a problem with my environment.
But I didn't even think of a gas leak.
That experience was a great reminder that our environments can hurt us or heal us. Our homes are like bodies that can be easily thrown out of balance by things like gas leaks, EMF, and mold. And those things can prevent us from healing.
The stomach virus and the gas leak were also reminders to be cognizant of my surroundings, including everything from the air I breathe, the food I eat, the stories and media I consume, and the people I allow into my energy field.
How about you? Have you ever had something or someone in your environment affect your well-being?