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2006, September Caroline Sutherland Newsletter By: Caroline Sutherland

Caroline Sutherland Newsletter

Hello Everyone!

Happy Fall to all of you.

It's back to work, back to school and back to learning new things.
My five-year-old granddaughter just started kindergarten. What a joy to see the little ones so excited about learning.
Why not sign up for a course? Do something you have always wanted to do - just for fun and your own enjoyment.

My mentor and friend Louise Hay encourages everyone to keep on learning new things at any age.

This year, my Fall tour takes me from Bellingham Washington to Seattle and then on a two week California tour culminating with Louise Hay's 80th Birthday Party in Carlsbad California, home to Hay House Publishing.

Louise looks marvellous. Who would believe that she is 80 this year. She focuses on her health, loves learning new things and is a very accomplished artist. Her life is filled with joy and she shares this with others. Her influence and her writings have changed people's lives around the world.
I am so grateful to Louise that she discovered my talents way back in 1999.

Now it's your turn. No matter what your age, its a whole new season and I know that you're ready to get on board with your health! Let me help you with your health goals.

Take a look at my fall schedule below. I look forward to meeting you in person when I am in your area in September or October.

Health and vitality are so important to me. My newsletter is an important way for us to stay connected. It is my great joy to continue to be in touch with you through this newsletter and to help you to stay motivated on your path to optimum wellness.

I also want to let you know that when I mention a product or service, I am only doing it to tell you about something that I think is worthwhile. I do not have any financial affiliations with any of the services or products I recommend.
Blessings, Caroline

in this issue
  • Medical Intuitive Training - 21 CEU's Offered
  • Environmental Molds - Are they bothering you?
  • Teleseminars

  • Environmental Molds - Are they bothering you?

    As fall sets in to many parts of the country lets take a look at how molds could be affecting your health.

    Environmental medicine is fast becoming an important branch of health care.
    What is going on in our world that causes us to be so sensitive? What can we do to protect ourselves from the assault of environmental factors?

    People are often surprised to learn that the trees around their homes, feathers on their bed, the plants in their bedrooms, or the pets that they love may be contributing to health problems. The environment, particularly the sleeping or work area, requires a closer look.

    Your aim is to create a safe place.

    Take a look at the places where you spend the most amount of your time. Use your intuition to discern any environmental factors that could be disturbing your well-being.
    Often people with sinus congestion, respiratory problems, asthma, puffiness and bags under the eyes, and skin problems can be affected by exposures to feathers, dust, molds, chemicals, and pets.
    Do your best to create a safe home environment, particularly in the bedroom, a place where you spend the most time, so there is little or no contact with these elements. The bedroom should be like a healing chamber where you feel supported and protected.

    Here in the Pacific Northwest as well as many other parts of the country, we are dealing with a special environmental issue - mold.
    There are many well-known effects from exposures to molds including breathing problems; puffy eyes and facial tissue; runny nose; postnasal drip; headaches; anxiety; and depression to name a few.
    People who live in moldy climates and who are frequently exposed to molds due to rainy weather or dampness are especially affected. During certain times of the year, when the weather is drier and the air less foggy, their symptoms often improve.

    Molds can also accumulate in feather pillows and damp bedding. Molds are found in the soil of house plants as well. For people with breathing problems, it is wise to remove the plants from the bedroom. When these plants are watered, the molds can rise into the air and contaminate the space where the person is sleeping. Be careful of moldy, damp crawl spaces or basements in which childrens playrooms, computer rooms, sewing rooms and laundry rooms are created.
    Believe it or not, a persons personality can change and they can become violent, anxious, or very sad, just because of exposures to molds. If you are depressed, check out exposures to mold before you research anti- depressants.
    Investigate the possibilities of molds in your home. Clean up and dry out your basement. If your basement is slightly moldy, purchase a dehumidifier, which will help to remove the moisture in the air. Never work or allow a child to sleep in such a place. Go into these places with the nose of a bloodhound and use your instincts to correct problems.
    If you suspect that your home is moldy and you have a child or family member who suffers from anxiety or depression, there may be a connection.
    Ideally, if you are purchasing a home or an apartment, look for a dwelling that is built well above the ground, has good air circulation around it and comes with a dry basement or crawl space.

    Not only is mold a factor on the outside, lets investigate your exposures to mold on the inside of your body.
    If you currently live in a moldy climate, limit your intake of mold through your food. Avoid eating mushrooms, vinegar, pickles, soy sauce, aged cheeses, wine and beer - which are all fermented items - until your mold sensitivities subside.
    After you have avoided these items for approximately thirty days, reintroduce these items and watch for symptoms. Is your nose runny? Do you feel the onset of a mild headache?
    During this process you are developing your intuition, use your own body as a laboratory to see the effects of the environment on your system.

    As well, Candida albicans yeast is a mold, a spore, which lives in the body. In an overgrowth state in the digestive tract, it thrives on starches and sugars. It also thrives on fermented foods such as beer, wine, mushrooms, pickles, aged cheeses and fermented condiments.
    Candida albicans yeast lives on all the mucous membranes of the human body  namely the lungs, where dark, moist passages offer it a welcome home. Many people are battling mold on the inside as well as on the outside.
    A Candida albicans yeast eradication program available through your alternative health care practitioner or your health food store, as well as a major reduction in sugars, starches and ferments should bring relief.

    The key to dealing with mold as well as any other environmental factor is to:
    do your best to remove the cause:
    build up your immune system with supplementation, proper diet and a positive attitude.
    Find a good local practitioner to support you on your healing journey and seek out sunshine where ever you can!

    To help eradicate mold in your home or business check out mold prevention and eradication services in your telephone directory.

    Here is a list of environmental molds and where they are found.

    Molds are a natural part of the life cycle of all decaying plant and food materials. They thrive in dark and damp areas. Mildew is sometimes incorrectly called mold. Mold spores are prevalent in the air in damp climates. Most common foods, fresh and prepared, contain a variety of molds.

    Acremonium: soil, damp paper, fabric dust, wood by- products.
    Alternaria, Epicoccum, Sporobolomyces: decomposing plants, moldy vegetables and fruits
    Aspergillus: a soil fungus found in composts, hay and damp vegetation; damp fabric, leather, grains, fruits, soy sauce, cheeses, corn, peanuts.
    Pullularia: decaying plants and soil.
    Botrytis: moldy fruits, grapes, some flowers.
    Cryptococcus: pigeons, pigeon feces, dust in outside air, indoor and outdoor plants.
    Fusarium: mold found on vegetables, beans, cabbage, corn, peas, sweet potatoes,
    squashes, tomatoes, whole grains and flours, decaying plants and houseplants.
    Hormodendrum: mold found on leaves, rotting plants, decaying trees, rotting wood, leftover foods, appears as black specks on windows, damp walls and corners, damp, stored clothing.
    Mucor: mold found in farming areas, animal waste, soil.
    Penicillium: on fruits, breads, cheese, the surface of jams and condiments, damp shoes and clothing. Common bread mold is used in the production of penicillin.
    Phoma: a mold found in paper, damp books and magazines.
    Rhodotorula: a common mold existing in the air and soil.
    Streptomyces: basements, potatoes, plants, plant undergrowth.
    Trichoderma: damp basements, damp fabrics, forest growth mold.
    Stachy Botrys: Dark, black mold that in addition to being an allergen, may also contain mycotoxins. This mold thrives on damp, high cellulose, low-nitrogen containing material such as: wall board, paper, fabrics and carpet backing, resulting from water damage.


    My very popular teleseminar series will begin again when I return from my tour. I know how much you have all enjoyed them.
    People call in from all over the world - England, Singapore, Australia, Canada and the United States. If you are on my newsletter list, you will receive an email announcement when the next teleseminar is scheduled.


    Bellingham, WA -- September 14
    Seattle, WA -September 16
    Sacramento, CA - September 18
    Carmel, CA-September 19-20
    Santa Barbara, CA - September 22-24
    Encinitas, CA - September 26
    San Diego, CA - September 27
    Carlsbad, CA - September 28
    Los Angeles, CA - September 30
    Portland, OR - October 13-15
    Chicago, IL - October 17-18
    Omaha, NE - October 20-22
    Bellingham, WA - TRAINING October 27-29

    Click here for details.

    Please note:
    Statements in this newsletter have not been reviewed by the FDA. Never start or stop any treatments, programs or medications without first consulting your medical doctor.

    Medical Intuitive Training - 21 CEU's Offered
    The Body Knows

    SPACES ARE FILLING UP! Make your plans and book your flights!

    My Medical Intuitive Training is taking place for three full days -October 27 - 29 in Bellingham Washington.
    Bellingham is 1 1/2 hours North of Seattle and 1 1/2 hours South of Vancouver B.C. Canada.

    Call 800-575-6185 to register.

    Come and learn how to tune in to yourself and others. Find out how to hone your own intuitive skills and "see" into the body. This training is not the domain of a few gifted people. It offers valuable information and techniques for the lay person and professional.
    This year I am especially privileged to have Dr. Wayne Topping, lecturer and master kinesiologist, and my husband Gary Leikas R.N. to co-present with me.

    Dr.Topping is a Touch for Health Faculty Member, Biokinesiologist and Founder of Wellness Kinesiology. He teaches in 22 countries and has a huge international following. People fly in from all over the world to access his wealth of knowledge. His techniques for tapping in to the body's wisdom are world renowned.

    We will spend 3 days tapping into the body and discovering the exciting world of medical intuition.

    Call 800-575-6185 to register.
    Cost $525.
    21 CEU credits for LMT"s available
    CEU's for RN's - pending.

    Click on the link for more information here

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