Posts by Deanna Whiteley

Nourishing your Body or your Ego?

Over the years, I have had a challenging time distinguishing when it’s my body or my ego that wants something. Can you relate to that? Being in the Health / Wellness service industry, and knowing what you should or shouldn’t eat/do, created a lot of shame for me when I personally didn’t follow the “rules.”…

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For the Altruistic Leaders

You were born to be Selfless. The difference between being self sacrificing or self centred is separated by a few frequencies. It is already in your DNA. When you can get to the root fear that is having the expression come from the Shadow vs the Siddhi, you will shift rapidly. Embrace the shadow aspect…

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Contemplations with Your Body: Transit 13

I really enjoyed diving into this Gene Key, it was pretty mind blowing. This Gene Key is connected to the Amygdala, a part of the limbic system of the brain. The limbic system switches on your sympathetic nervous system when it senses danger, it’s our innate animal instincts. It is always responding to our environment…

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Contemplations with Your Body: Transit 41

This Gene Key is connected to the amino acid Methionine which is the initiator amino acid which is used to make proteins for the body. In genetics it is considered the start codon, meaning – the body acts on what ever instructions follow this code (atg). Genetics used to believe that we were a victim…

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Contemplations with Your Body: Transit 60

A happy Colon = A happy Life! I loved contemplating this gate and it’s many connections to the physical body! The repressive and reactive nature’s really spoke to me with the body. What I see is that the structure of the 60th is connected to the structure of our body (the bones, muscles and tissues)…

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Contemplations with Your Body: Transit 61

The Pressure of Why is at the depth of all human psyches, whether you are conscious of it or not. It is the great mystery of life!  As I contemplated this transit, I discovered that the Pineal Gland, connected to this Gene Key, is also a great mystery! Science is still trying to discover what…

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Contemplations with Your Body: Transit 38

Did you know that the adrenal glands are interconnected to your hip flexors (posas muscle)? When you are stressed, cortisol is released from the adrenals, and the hip flexors contract for protection. Chronic tension in your hips can keep your nervous system in fight, flight or freeze, and continuously drawing on your adrenal stores. If…

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