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Total Bill can seroquel cause nightmares. Swedish Medical Center billed Bair $27,119 for the second surgery in July 2020. This was Bair’s share of the negotiated rate, after the hospital took $14,310 off the charge.

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Ely Bair can seroquel cause nightmares had two medically necessary jaw surgeries. For the first, in 2018, his share of the bill was $3,000. For the second, in 2019 after a job change, he was billed $27,000, even though he had the same insurance carrier.(Jovelle Tamayo for KHN) Martine Brousse, a patient advocate and owner of AdvimedPro, which helps patients with health care billing disputes, said Bair acted appropriately by using a doctor and hospital in his health plan’s network and checking with his doctor about his insurance coverage.

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Bair’s doctor told him can seroquel cause nightmares the hospital charge was at least three times the amount Swedish charges uninsured patients for the same surgery. Bair said Swedish offered to let him pay the bill over two years but did not make any other concessions. Swedish would not say why it did not verify Bair’s insurance benefits before the surgery or let him know he would face an enormous bill even though he was insured.

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He was billed the balance not covered by his can seroquel cause nightmares insurer.” The hospital system said it also has an online tool that generates estimates tailored to patients’ coverage and choice of hospital. The online tool did not come up with anything on the term “orthognathic surgery,” however. Bair appealed three times to Premera to reconsider its decision to cover only $5,000 of the cost of his procedure.

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€œBecause neither the patient nor his provider was aware of this limitation in coverage prior to the procedure, can seroquel cause nightmares the surgeon advocated on the patient’s behalf to get the bill lowered,” the hospital told KHN in a statement. Bair agreed to pay the lower amount. €œThe bill is at least a much more manageable number than the financial ruin $27,000 would have been,” he said.

€œI am just looking forward to closing this chapter and moving on.” His surgeon, who helped him fight the can seroquel cause nightmares hospital bill and limited insurance coverage, reduced his bill to $5,000 from $10,000, Bair said. Bair said his employer, Adaptive Biotechnologies, is looking into eliminating its $5,000 lifetime limit for the procedure when it is medically necessary. Since the surgery, Bair said he gets far fewer migraine headaches and his high blood pressure has been reduced.

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When Bair changed jobs, his insurance coverage changed even though both employers used Premera. Bair paid $3,000 for his first surgery because that was the out-of-pocket maximum under his plan from his previous employer, which covered oral and maxillofacial surgery. Bair expected that using the same hospital and the same insurance carrier would mean his costs would be similar for part two of seroquel xr 150mg price his treatment. Bair’s oral and maxillofacial surgeon — the same doctor who performed the first procedure — checked Bair’s benefits through his insurer’s online portal and thought it would be covered. Premera also sent his doctor confirmation agreeing that the second procedure was medically necessary.

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While the ACA lists broad categories about what is considered an “essential health benefit,” each state decides which services are included in each category and the scope or duration that must be offered. Bariatric surgery, physical therapy and abortion seroquel xr 150mg price are examples of care for which insurance coverage can vary a lot by state under this ACA provision. Orthognathic surgery is not considered an essential health benefit in Washington. It is sometimes performed for cosmetic purposes only. Also, plans sometimes regard the surgery as part of orthodontia — which frequently involves seroquel xr 150mg price limits on coverage.

But for Bair, it was a clear medical necessity. Without an ACA requirement for orthognathic surgery, Premera and self-insured plans are allowed to provide various levels of benefits and can impose annual and lifetime caps. Premera spokesperson Courtney Wallace said Bair transferred from a plan with his former company that did not have a lifetime maximum to a plan with a $5,000 lifetime seroquel xr 150mg price maximum benefit. Ely Bair had two medically necessary jaw surgeries. For the first, in 2018, his share of the bill was $3,000.

For the seroquel xr 150mg price second, in 2019 after a job change, he was billed $27,000, even though he had the same insurance carrier.(Jovelle Tamayo for KHN) Martine Brousse, a patient advocate and owner of AdvimedPro, which helps patients with health care billing disputes, said Bair acted appropriately by using a doctor and hospital in his health plan’s network and checking with his doctor about his insurance coverage. She said Swedish should have told him before the surgery — which was planned weeks ahead of time — how much he would have to pay. €œThat is a failure on part of the hospital,” she said. Sabrina Corlette, co-director of the Georgetown University Center on Health Insurance Reforms, said it doesn’t seem fair seroquel xr 150mg price that his first employer covered the cost of his surgery but the second employer did not. She said the $27,000 bill seemed excessive and the $5,000 lifetime limit very low.

€œEssential health benefits serve a really important function, and when there are gaps or holes people can really get hurt,” she said. Resolution. Bair’s doctor told him the hospital charge was at least three times the amount Swedish charges uninsured patients for the same surgery. Bair said Swedish offered to let him pay the bill over two years but did not make any other concessions. Swedish would not say why it did not verify Bair’s insurance benefits before the surgery or let him know he would face an enormous bill even though he was insured.

€œHospital pricing is complex and nuanced,” Swedish officials said in a statement. Bair’s bill “was inclusive of all the care he received, which included specialized services and expertise, equipment and the operating room time. He had a jaw procedure that had a maximum benefit from his insurer of $5,000. He was billed the balance not covered by his insurer.” The hospital system said it also has an online tool that generates estimates tailored to patients’ coverage and choice of hospital. The online tool did not come up with anything on the term “orthognathic surgery,” however.

Bair appealed three times to Premera to reconsider its decision to cover only $5,000 of the cost of his procedure. But the insurer rejected each one saying he had exhausted his lifetime orthognathic surgery benefit and he was responsible for any additional care. When Swedish wouldn’t lower his cost, he filed a complaint in December 2020 with the state attorney general’s office. A few months later, Swedish reduced Bair’s bill from over $27,000 to $7,164. €œBecause neither the patient nor his provider was aware of this limitation in coverage prior to the procedure, the surgeon advocated on the patient’s behalf to get the bill lowered,” the hospital told KHN in a statement.

Bair agreed to pay the lower amount. €œThe bill is at least a much more manageable number than the financial ruin $27,000 would have been,” he said. €œI am just looking forward to closing this chapter and moving on.” His surgeon, who helped him fight the hospital bill and limited insurance coverage, reduced his bill to $5,000 from $10,000, Bair said. Bair said his employer, Adaptive Biotechnologies, is looking into eliminating its $5,000 lifetime limit for the procedure when it is medically necessary. Since the surgery, Bair said he gets far fewer migraine headaches and his high blood pressure has been reduced.

€œI feel way more energized,” he said. The Takeaway. When facing a planned surgery, talk to your hospital, doctor and insurer about how much of the bill you will be responsible for — and get it in writing before any procedure. “In theory, you should be able to rely on your provider to confirm your coverage but, in practice, it is in your best interest to call your insurer yourself,” Corlette said. Even though the ACA eliminated lifetime and annual caps on coverage, that applies only to services deemed essential in a patient’s state.

Be aware that certain surgeries — like jaw surgery — lie in a gray area. Insurers might not consider them a necessary medical intervention or even a medical procedure at all. Corlette said health plans should notify patients when they are closing in on lifetime or annual limits, but that doesn’t always happen. Also, be aware that even though your insurance carrier may stay the same after switching jobs, your benefits could be quite different. Kudos to Bair for being a proactive patient and appealing to the state attorney general — which got him a positive result.

Stephanie O’Neill contributed the audio profile with this report. Bill of the Month is a crowdsourced investigation by KHN and NPR that dissects and explains medical bills. Do you have an interesting medical bill you want to share with us?. Tell us about it!. This story was produced by KHN (Kaiser Health News), a national newsroom that produces in-depth journalism about health issues.

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Sheehy. To start, please tell us how you came to be nominated as ODEP’s assistant secretary. Martinez. At the time, I was at the World Institute on Disability, and much of my work there focused on economic empowerment. I had also consulted on economic empowerment for the International Labour Organization.

This has always been a passion of mine. Even as a child, I knew that money was key to independence. Then, in early 2009, I got a call from a former colleague saying, “How would you like to come to D.C.?. € I was always happy to visit for a few days, so I said “Sure. What for, and when?.

€ He said, “We’d like to nominate you for assistant secretary.” I was nominated in March, moved in July and stayed for five and a half years. Sheehy. During your tenure, you spoke a lot about disability as a dimension of diversity, as well as the diversity within disability. Why did you feel this was important?. Martinez.

Working in the disability rights movement in the 80s and 90s, I was one of very few non-white people. Then, when I’d go work with a Latino group, I was often the only disabled person. It was like I had to check one identity at the door. But that’s not possible, or beneficial. I felt it was time to talk about intersectionality and encourage various movements — race, gender, LGBTQ+, etc.

€” to work together to advance inclusion for all, and especially those who are multiply marginalized. Given that, as a blind Latina lesbian, I sort of represent that, I thought, this is something I can do. Sheehy. Under your leadership, ODEP also took action to promote employment for people with disabilities with minority-owned businesses. Can you tell us about that?.

Martinez. At the World Institute on Disability, I had worked with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and explored some of the barriers to their members’ hiring of people with disabilities, in terms of cultural perceptions. We had some intensive conversations. But I got their Miami chapter to participate in a hiring event, and they were blown away by the qualified people there. So, I built on that experience when I got to ODEP.

Through an initiative called Add Us In, we sought to build similar bridges between minority businesses and the disability community through grants to eight state-level coalitions. Sheehy. What are you most proud of when reflecting on your time at ODEP?. Martinez. I think that would be our work around supported employment and Employment First.

While this is still a challenge, we did make real headway in demonstrating that people with the most significant disabilities want to work, and can work, in meaningful jobs in their communities. I’m also proud of our work around aging and disability. As someone who relies on accessible and assistive technologies in my daily life and work, I also take pride in the work we did around that, and am pleased that ODEP continues to prioritize it through PEAT [the Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology]. Sheehy. Reflecting on ODEP’s 20th anniversary, what is something you feel has occurred that might not have without its existence?.

Martinez. I think one such accomplishment is updating the regulations implementing Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which did occur while I was there, although I can’t take credit for that. It was a village effort, with former Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Director Pat Shiu, former Secretaries of Labor Hilda Solis and Tom Perez, and ultimately President Obama deserving credit. When I left to work for a corporation, it was gratifying to see my employer, a federal contractor, working toward the new goal, having witnessed the work and collaboration behind it. I really think it has changed how federal contractors see disability, and ODEP played an important role.

Sheehy. Looking ahead, what do you feel are the most pressing issues related to employment for people with disabilities?. Martinez. We need to get more qualified people into the private sector, because that’s how we change corporate attitudes. When people with disabilities are part of the team, disability becomes not so big of a deal.

The stigma goes away. I’m from a big family of six siblings, and one of my sisters is also blind. When we were young, our siblings’ friends would watch how we were treated and emulate that. In my family, we were expected to contribute, to be “part of,” not “separate from” or “special.” So, others expected that of us too. The same phenomenon occurs within work teams.

But it requires more than just hiring. We must be able to succeed once on the job. This means accessible technology, which really is the next frontier. We can’t slam the brakes after someone’s hired because the HR system, or travel system, or retirement system isn’t accessible. Companies need to weave accessibility in, not add it on as an afterthought.

We need to be "part of" from the start.A restaurant worker was laid off during the seroquel and wanted help filing for unemployment insurance. The owner of a construction company needed to report an injury in the workplace. A hotel manager had their hours reduced and was interested in enrolling for COBRA health insurance coverage. They all needed help, but weren’t sure where to start. We get it.

Navigating the many programs and services offered by the U.S. Department of Labor can be overwhelming — especially for those facing work-related crises. That’s why, for the past 20 years, the Department of Labor’s National Contact Center has been providing toll-free information for workers, employers, and anyone who has questions about employment, unemployment, wages, workplace safety and health, pension and health benefits and much, much more. We’re proud to have connected with hundreds of millions of people over the past two decades, and in many cases, to have served as the first point of contact in the Department for those seeking critical services. We take this responsibility seriously and are honored to be on the front lines of fulfilling the department’s mission — one phone call and email message at a time.

And there has never been a time that our services were more in demand — or more critical — than during the antidepressant drugs seroquel. As the antidepressants surged across the country and millions of Americans became unemployed or in need of employment guidance, we faced an unprecedented volume of inquiries. Our daily call volumes soared from an average of about 2,500 calls a day to more than 7,750 and, in Fiscal Year 2020 alone, we received over 2.8 million calls and over 60,000 emails. At first, this massive increase in call volume overwhelmed our telecom circuits and exceeded our data center capacity limits, but like the resilient workers and employers we speak with every day, we carried on and adapted. First, we prioritized the health and safety of our own workers by implementing 100% remote work for all of our staff.

Then we then increased our server capacities, streamlined our processes, and developed new resources to address antidepressant drugs-related inquiries. These steps enabled customer service representatives to handle twice as many calls during a normal shift, while also preventing burnout. Though the seroquel challenged our team and our capacity, we know that the American public has also faced immeasurable challenges and we are committed to helping everyone identify the resources they need to thrive at work and beyond. In our next 20 years, we’re excited to continue to find new ways to connect with and serve our customers. Thank you for coming to us with your questions, and we look forward to talking to you for years to come!.

Learn more about the National Contact Center and specific Department of Labor resources online, or call 1-866-USA-DOL (1-866-487-2365.) Tanya Lowe is the director of the U.S. Department of Labor’s National Contact Center.Date published. September 1st, 2021The Regulations Amending Certain Regulations Concerning Drugs and Medical Devices (Shortages) were made on September 1st, 2021. They amend the Food and Drug Regulations and Medical Devices Regulations and are published in Canada Gazette, Part II.These new regulations extend and modify certain measures already in place through 2 interim orders (IOs). They have been made to help track, prevent and mitigate shortages of key health products in Canada, including drugs and medical devices.In particular, the regulations.

Allow the Minister to require certain regulated parties to provide information needed to assess or respond to a drug or medical device shortage keep the existing framework for the exceptional importation of drugs and medical devices, but with small modifications to clarify how much product can be imported and how long it can be sold keep the mandatory shortage reporting framework for specified medical devices prohibit the distribution of certain drugs intended for the Canadian market for consumption outside Canada if it could cause or worsen a shortage end the exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose and introduce temporary flexibilities to allow the sale of products that were already imported into Canada continue temporary flexibilities related to drug establishment licensing for activities related to drug-based hand sanitizersThe regulations also make an amendment to the Certificate of Supplementary Protection Regulations. The definition of “authorization for sale” is being amended to also exclude exceptional importation for a drug under C.10.008(1). This change is consistent with other exclusions of limited purpose authorizations in these regulations.On this page Why we introduced the amendmentsDrug and medical device shortages are a growing global problem, especially for small markets like Canada.Health care providers need to access drugs and medical devices to provide proper and timely treatment.Drug and medical device shortages can contribute to a number of negative outcomes, like. Adverse patient outcomes, including delayed or cancelled surgeries disruptions in care because of the need to use other treatments or devices discontinued treatment or use of a therapeutic product where there is no alternative drug or device rationing or hoardingIn 2020 and 2021, the Minister of Health made IOs giving Health Canada new powers to respond to shortages caused or worsened by the antidepressant drugs seroquel. These include.

Interim Orders (IO) expire 1 year after they are made by the Minister.These new regulations were introduced to preserve powers from IOs that are still needed to address future shortages.The regulations will come into force in a manner that prevents these powers from lapsing when the IOs expire.Coming into force on November 27, 2021, are provisions that. Prohibit the distribution of drugs intended for the Canadian market outside of Canada that could cause or worsen a shortage allow the Minister to compel information in respect of drug shortagesComing into force on March 1, 2022, are provisions concerning the. Exceptional importation and sale of drugs, medical devices continued sale of exceptionally imported foods for a special dietary purpose as well as biocides for a set period amendment to the Certificate of Supplementary Protection Regulations mandatory reporting of shortages of specified medical devices and the power to compel information on medical device shortages extension of licensing flexibilities for some drug-based hand sanitizersHow the amendments will address therapeutic product shortages in CanadaThese regulations prohibit the distribution of certain drugs intended for the Canadian market outside of Canada if that sale could cause or worsen a drug shortage. The prohibition applies to drug establishment licence (DEL) holders (for example, fabricators, wholesalers and distributors). A sale is only permitted if the DEL holder has reasonable grounds to believe that it will not cause or worsen a drug shortage.The DEL holder is required to determine whether the sale could cause or worsen a shortage before distributing the drug for use outside Canada.

The DEL holder must then make a record showing how this was determined.The regulations do not apply to. The sale of drugs for consumption outside of Canada if it will not cause or worsen a drug shortage drugs manufactured for export (not labelled for the Canadian market)Under these regulations, the Minister may require that certain regulated parties provide specific information needed to assess or respond to a drug or medical device shortage. The Minister uses this information to assess the level of risk for the drug or device that may be experiencing a shortage and then make a decision on measures that may prevent or alleviate the shortage.These regulations also keep the existing framework for the exceptional importation of drugs and medical devices that. May not fully meet Canadian regulatory requirements but are manufactured according to comparable standardsHealth Canada will continue to keep and update lists of drugs and medical devices that may be temporarily imported and sold on an exceptional basis. This will help prevent and alleviate shortages while maintaining Canada’s high quality standards for therapeutic products.The new regulations also end the exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose.

Temporary flexibilities have been introduced to allow the sale of products that were already imported into Canada through the IOs. The changes will give retail sellers the opportunity to sell the existing stock of imported products.Under the new regulations, manufacturers and importers of specified medical devices are still required to report shortages of their devices. Health Canada will be able to continue to track shortages of medical devices and inform Canadians when there is a shortage or risk of shortage. These amendments also extend temporary flexibilities allowing some people to conduct activities related to drug-based hand sanitizers (for example, manufacturing, labelling, distributing or importing them) without an establishment licence. This will allow the continued sale of drug-based hand sanitizers while industry comes into compliance with existing requirements for establishment licensing.How the amendments are different from previous interim ordersThe regulations are similar to provisions contained in the IOs.

Because these IOs have been in place for some time, Health Canada and stakeholders have been able to use the provisions, consult on amendments and identify improvements. Based on this, we made some minor changes to make them clearer and easier to implement. For example, the regulations clarify how long DEL holders need to keep records or when manufacturers or importers need to submit medical device shortage reports. The amendments do not allow for the exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose, which was permitted by Interim Order No. 2 Respecting Drugs, Medical Devices, and Foods for a Special Dietary Purpose.

Exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose will end when that IO expires on March 1, 2022. We have introduced temporary flexibilities so that products that were already imported into Canada may continue to be sold. Biocides that were already imported under the IO can continue to be sold to retail stores until December 31, 2022. These biocides can be sold at retail level until they expire or until the stock is exhausted Foods for a Special Dietary Purpose that were already imported under the IO can continue to be sold until they expireWe will send out additional notices before the regulations come into force on November 27, 2021, and March 1, 2022. These notices will refer to revised guidance for industry.Contact usIf you have any questions, please contact us by email at hc.prsd-questionsdspr.sc@canada.ca.Related links119 Introducing the new DEL Bulletin Webpage 2021-08-12 118 Notice of Publication - GUI-0050 2021-08-10 117 Health Canada transitions interim order to the FDR for importing, selling, and advertising drugs in relation to antidepressant drugs 2021-08-05 116 Canada and European Union - Recognition of Good Manufacturing Practices Extra-Jurisdictional Inspection Outcomes 2021-07-07 115 Notice of Publication (GUI-0028 and GUI-0029) 2021-07-02 114 Notice of consultation for regulatory amendments supporting export-only drugs and transshipments 2021-06-18 113 Requirements to notify or report to Health Canada 2021-04-11 112 Consultation GUI-0074, process validation.

Terminal sterilization processes for drugs 2021-05-03 111 Canada and European Union - Recognition of good manufacturing practices extra-jurisdictional inspection outcomes 2021-04-22 110 Veterinary antimicrobial sales reporting 2021-03-04 109 Changes to the drug establishment licence exemptions for hand sanitizers 2021-03-02 108 Reminder. Cost-benefit analysis survey on proposed regulations due March 1, 2021 2021-02-18 107 CETA Regulatory Cooperation Forum – Stakeholder debrief meeting, February 10, 2021 2021-02-01 106 Health Canada nitrosamines webinar, February 10, 2021 2021-01-15 105 Transition measures for exceptional importation interim order 2021-01-25 104 Invitation stakeholder information session on the allocation of drugs accessed via exceptional importation 2021-01-19 103 Nitrosamine update to market authorisation holders of human pharmaceutical, biological and radiopharmaceutical products 2020-12-16 102 Consultation on the recommendations for interoperability of track and trace systems for medicines 2020-12-15 101 Brexit. Summary information for Canadian companies 2020-12-03 100 New interim order - Safeguarding the drug supply 2020-12-03 99 New antidepressant drugs hold for certain DEL applications 2020-11-13 98 Health Canada is adding tools to help prevent and alleviate drug shortages related to the antidepressant drugs seroquel 2020-10-28 97 Notice of consultation (GUI-0026) 2020-10-07 96 Electronic issuance of pharmaceutical product and good manufacturing practices certificates 2020-10-01 95 New pathway to expedite the authorization for importing, selling and advertising of antidepressant drugs drugs 2020-09-21 94 Notice of publication (GUI-0066 and GUI-0069) 2020-08-25 93 Notice of webinar (GUI-0069) 2020-08-13 92 Guidance. Importing and exporting health products for commercial use (GUI-0117) 2020-08-13 91 Extension revised to complete risk assessments for nitrosamine impurities 2020-08-10 90 Notice of publication (GUI-0005) 2020-08-20 89 Coming into force of regulatory amendments (CUSMA) (June 30, 2020) 2020-06-30 88 Enhanced guidance to support submission of proposals for inclusion on List of Drugs for Exceptional Import and Sale 2020-06-25 87 Updated question and answer document regarding nitrosamine impurities 2020-06-12 86 Guidance on transportation and storage considerations 2020-05-15 85 Requests for Information on additional supply of certain drugs used in the treatment of antidepressant drugs 2020-04-22 84 Guidance on business impact mitigation and additional measures for operational relief amid antidepressant drugs 2020-04-16 83 Health Canada antidepressant drugs update for health product licence holders 2020-04-09 82 Health Canada is taking action to quickly respond to potential drug shortages during the antidepressant drugs seroquel 2020-04-06 81 Electronic issuance of drug establishment licences 2020-04-02 80 Revised drug establishment licences (DEL) guides and form 2020-04-01 79 Information to market authorization holders (MAHs) of human pharmaceutical products regarding nitrosamine impurities 2020-03-27 78 Health product inspections and licensing blog 2020-03-27 77 Health Canada alleviates confirmatory and identity testing requirements for certain low-risk non-prescription drugs 2020-03-26 76 Canada announces interim drug product testing measures for licensed importers 2020-03-23 75 Approach to management of antidepressant drugs 2020-03-17 74 antidepressant drugs disinfectants and hand sanitizers 2020-03-17 73 Cost associated with foreign on-site assessments 2020-03-06 72 Notice of consultation (Annex 1) 2020-02-20 71 Important reminders (environmental crisis antidepressants) 2020-02-19 70 Notice of consultation - Annex 4 to the good manufacturing practices guide – Veterinary drugs (GUI-0012) 2020-02-19 69 Small business training session 2020-02-19 68 ALR webex links 2020-02-05 67 Health Canada stakeholder information webinar - Nitrosamines in pharmaceuticals, January 31, 2020 2020-01-24 66 Introduction of telecommunication tools during GMP inspections 2020-01-17 65 CETA Regulatory Cooperation Forum - Stakeholder debrief meeting, February 4, 2020 2020-01-16 64 Follow-up to letter to drug establishment licence (DEL) holders to inform them about steps to take to avoid nitrosamine impurities 2019-12-05 63 Notice of consultation PIC/S GMP guide 2019-12-02 62 Management of applications and performance for drug establishment licences (GUI-0127) 2019-11-29 61 Training sessions on revised guidance documents related to the Fees in Respect of Drugs and Medical Devices Order 2019-12-29 60 Canada-EU CETA Civil Society Forum call for participation 2019-11-06 59 Migration of drug establishment licence (DEL) API foreign building data to the DEL database 2019-11-06 58 Terms and conditions relating to angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs), known as “sartans” 2019-11-06 57 Letter to market authorization holders of human pharmaceutical products to inform on steps to take to avoid nitrosamine impurities 2019-11-06 56 Transition period for new DEL requirements for active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) for veterinary use 2019-11-05 55 Revised fees for drugs and medical devices 2019-05-17 54 Survey on Canadian drug exportation 2019-05-02 53 Certificate of pharmaceutical product &. Good manufacturing practice certificate annual fee increase 2019-04-10 52 Health Canada’s fees for drugs and medical devices 2019-04-01 51 Best practices for submitting drug establishment licence (DEL) applications 2019-03-22 50 Stakeholder webinar presentation on the expanded sunscreen pilot 2019-02-18 49 Annual licence review webinar presentation and recording 2019-01-30 48 Pause-the-clock proposal webinar presentation and recording 2019-01-26 47 Additional Information regarding the expanded sunscreen pilot 2019-01-22 46 Presentation and recording on GUI-0031 webinar 2019-01-11 45 Notice to stakeholders – Release of good manufacturing practices for active pharmaceutical ingredients (GUI-0104) for consultation 2018-12-31 44 DEL annual licence review webinar 2018-12-21 43 Notice of consultation GUI-0069 2018-12-20 42 Notifying Health Canada of foreign actions - Guidance document for industry 2018-12-19 41 Launch of the expanded sunscreen pilot 2018-11-29 40 Webinar stop-the-clock 2018-11-28 39 Notice of consultation GUI-0028 &.

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Can you tell us about that?. Martinez. At the World Institute on Disability, I had worked with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and explored some of the barriers to their members’ hiring of people with disabilities, in terms of cultural perceptions. We had some intensive conversations. But I got their Miami chapter to participate in a hiring event, and they were blown away by the qualified people there.

So, I built on that experience when I got to ODEP. Through an initiative called Add Us In, we sought to build similar bridges between minority businesses and the disability community through grants to eight state-level coalitions. Sheehy. What are you most proud of when reflecting on your time at ODEP?. Martinez.

I think that would be our work around supported employment and Employment First. While this is still a challenge, we did make real headway in demonstrating that people with the most significant disabilities want to work, and can work, in meaningful jobs in their communities. I’m also proud of our work around aging and disability. As someone who relies on accessible and assistive technologies in my daily life and work, I also take pride in the work we did around that, and am pleased that ODEP continues to prioritize it through PEAT [the Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology]. Sheehy.

Reflecting on ODEP’s 20th anniversary, what is something you feel has occurred that might not have without its existence?. Martinez. I think one such accomplishment is updating the regulations implementing Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, which did occur while I was there, although I can’t take credit for that. It was a village effort, with former Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs Director Pat Shiu, former Secretaries of Labor Hilda Solis and Tom Perez, and ultimately President Obama deserving credit. When I left to work for a corporation, it was gratifying to see my employer, a federal contractor, working toward the new goal, having witnessed the work and collaboration behind it.

I really think it has changed how federal contractors see disability, and ODEP played an important role. Sheehy. Looking ahead, what do you feel are the most pressing issues related to employment for people with disabilities?. Martinez. We need to get more qualified people into the private sector, because that’s how we change corporate attitudes.

When people with disabilities are part of the team, disability becomes not so big of a deal. The stigma goes away. I’m from a big family of six siblings, and one of my sisters is also blind. When we were young, our siblings’ friends would watch how we were treated and emulate that. In my family, we were expected to contribute, to be “part of,” not “separate from” or “special.” So, others expected that of us too.

The same phenomenon occurs within work teams. But it requires more than just hiring. We must be able to succeed once on the job. This means accessible technology, which really is the next frontier. We can’t slam the brakes after someone’s hired because the HR system, or travel system, or retirement system isn’t accessible.

Companies need to weave accessibility in, not add it on as an afterthought. We need to be "part of" from the start.A restaurant worker was laid off during the seroquel and wanted help filing for unemployment insurance. The owner of a construction company needed to report an injury in the workplace. A hotel manager had their hours reduced and was interested in enrolling for COBRA health insurance coverage. They all needed help, but weren’t sure where to start.

We get it. Navigating the many programs and services offered by the U.S. Department of Labor can be overwhelming — especially for those facing work-related crises. That’s why, for the past 20 years, the Department of Labor’s National Contact Center has been providing toll-free information for workers, employers, and anyone who has questions about employment, unemployment, wages, workplace safety and health, pension and health benefits and much, much more. We’re proud to have connected with hundreds of millions of people over the past two decades, and in many cases, to have served as the first point of contact in the Department for those seeking critical services.

We take this responsibility seriously and are honored to be on the front lines of fulfilling the department’s mission — one phone call and email message at a time. And there has never been a time that our services were more in demand — or more critical — than during the antidepressant drugs seroquel. As the antidepressants surged across the country and millions of Americans became unemployed or in need of employment guidance, we faced an unprecedented volume of inquiries. Our daily call volumes soared from an average of about 2,500 calls a day to more than 7,750 and, in Fiscal Year 2020 alone, we received over 2.8 million calls and over 60,000 emails. At first, this massive increase in call volume overwhelmed our telecom circuits and exceeded our data center capacity limits, but like the resilient workers and employers we speak with every day, we carried on and adapted.

First, we prioritized the health and safety of our own workers by implementing 100% remote work for all of our staff. Then we then increased our server capacities, streamlined our processes, and developed new resources to address antidepressant drugs-related inquiries. These steps enabled customer service representatives to handle twice as many calls during a normal shift, while also preventing burnout. Though the seroquel challenged our team and our capacity, we know that the American public has also faced immeasurable challenges and we are committed to helping everyone identify the resources they need to thrive at work and beyond. In our next 20 years, we’re excited to continue to find new ways to connect with and serve our customers.

Thank you for coming to us with your questions, and we look forward to talking to you for years to come!. Learn more about the National Contact Center and specific Department of Labor resources online, or call 1-866-USA-DOL (1-866-487-2365.) Tanya Lowe is the director of the U.S. Department of Labor’s National Contact Center.Date published. September 1st, 2021The Regulations Amending Certain Regulations Concerning Drugs and Medical Devices (Shortages) were made on September 1st, 2021. They amend the Food and Drug Regulations and Medical Devices Regulations and are published in Canada Gazette, Part II.These new regulations extend and modify certain measures already in place through 2 interim orders (IOs).

They have been made to help track, prevent and mitigate shortages of key health products in Canada, including drugs and medical devices.In particular, the regulations. Allow the Minister to require certain regulated parties to provide information needed to assess or respond to a drug or medical device shortage keep the existing framework for the exceptional importation of drugs and medical devices, but with small modifications to clarify how much product can be imported and how long it can be sold keep the mandatory shortage reporting framework for specified medical devices prohibit the distribution of certain drugs intended for the Canadian market for consumption outside Canada if it could cause or worsen a shortage end the exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose and introduce temporary flexibilities to allow the sale of products that were already imported into Canada continue temporary flexibilities related to drug establishment licensing for activities related to drug-based hand sanitizersThe regulations also make an amendment to the Certificate of Supplementary Protection Regulations. The definition of “authorization for sale” is being amended to also exclude exceptional importation for a drug under C.10.008(1). This change is consistent with other exclusions of limited purpose authorizations in these regulations.On this page Why we introduced the amendmentsDrug and medical device shortages are a growing global problem, especially for small markets like Canada.Health care providers need to access drugs and medical devices to provide proper and timely treatment.Drug and medical device shortages can contribute to a number of negative outcomes, like. Adverse patient outcomes, including delayed or cancelled surgeries disruptions in care because of the need to use other treatments or devices discontinued treatment or use of a therapeutic product where there is no alternative drug or device rationing or hoardingIn 2020 and 2021, the Minister of Health made IOs giving Health Canada new powers to respond to shortages caused or worsened by the antidepressant drugs seroquel.

These include. Interim Orders (IO) expire 1 year after they are made by the Minister.These new regulations were introduced to preserve powers from IOs that are still needed to address future shortages.The regulations will come into force in a manner that prevents these powers from lapsing when the IOs expire.Coming into force on November 27, 2021, are provisions that. Prohibit the distribution of drugs intended for the Canadian market outside of Canada that could cause or worsen a shortage allow the Minister to compel information in respect of drug shortagesComing into force on March 1, 2022, are provisions concerning the. Exceptional importation and sale of drugs, medical devices continued sale of exceptionally imported foods for a special dietary purpose as well as biocides for a set period amendment to the Certificate of Supplementary Protection Regulations mandatory reporting of shortages of specified medical devices and the power to compel information on medical device shortages extension of licensing flexibilities for some drug-based hand sanitizersHow the amendments will address therapeutic product shortages in CanadaThese regulations prohibit the distribution of certain drugs intended for the Canadian market outside of Canada if that sale could cause or worsen a drug shortage. The prohibition applies to drug establishment licence (DEL) holders (for example, fabricators, wholesalers and distributors).

A sale is only permitted if the DEL holder has reasonable grounds to believe that it will not cause or worsen a drug shortage.The DEL holder is required to determine whether the sale could cause or worsen a shortage before distributing the drug for use outside Canada. The DEL holder must then make a record showing how this was determined.The regulations do not apply to. The sale of drugs for consumption outside of Canada if it will not cause or worsen a drug shortage drugs manufactured for export (not labelled for the Canadian market)Under these regulations, the Minister may require that certain regulated parties provide specific information needed to assess or respond to a drug or medical device shortage. The Minister uses this information to assess the level of risk for the drug or device that may be experiencing a shortage and then make a decision on measures that may prevent or alleviate the shortage.These regulations also keep the existing framework for the exceptional importation of drugs and medical devices that. May not fully meet Canadian regulatory requirements but are manufactured according to comparable standardsHealth Canada will continue to keep and update lists of drugs and medical devices that may be temporarily imported and sold on an exceptional basis.

This will help prevent and alleviate shortages while maintaining Canada’s high quality standards for therapeutic products.The new regulations also end the exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose. Temporary flexibilities have been introduced to allow the sale of products that were already imported into Canada through the IOs. The changes will give retail sellers the opportunity to sell the existing stock of imported products.Under the new regulations, manufacturers and importers of specified medical devices are still required to report shortages of their devices. Health Canada will be able to continue to track shortages of medical devices and inform Canadians when there is a shortage or risk of shortage. These amendments also extend temporary flexibilities allowing some people to conduct activities related to drug-based hand sanitizers (for example, manufacturing, labelling, distributing or importing them) without an establishment licence.

This will allow the continued sale of drug-based hand sanitizers while industry comes into compliance with existing requirements for establishment licensing.How the amendments are different from previous interim ordersThe regulations are similar to provisions contained in the IOs. Because these IOs have been in place for some time, Health Canada and stakeholders have been able to use the provisions, consult on amendments and identify improvements. Based on this, we made some minor changes to make them clearer and easier to implement. For example, the regulations clarify how long DEL holders need to keep records or when manufacturers or importers need to submit medical device shortage reports. The amendments do not allow for the exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose, which was permitted by Interim Order No.

2 Respecting Drugs, Medical Devices, and Foods for a Special Dietary Purpose. Exceptional importation of biocides and foods for a special dietary purpose will end when that IO expires on March 1, 2022. We have introduced temporary flexibilities so that products that were already imported into Canada may continue to be sold. Biocides that were already imported under the IO can continue to be sold to retail stores until December 31, 2022. These biocides can be sold at retail level until they expire or until the stock is exhausted Foods for a Special Dietary Purpose that were already imported under the IO can continue to be sold until they expireWe will send out additional notices before the regulations come into force on November 27, 2021, and March 1, 2022.

These notices will refer to revised guidance for industry.Contact usIf you have any questions, please contact us by email at hc.prsd-questionsdspr.sc@canada.ca.Related links119 Introducing the new DEL Bulletin Webpage 2021-08-12 118 Notice of Publication - GUI-0050 2021-08-10 117 Health Canada transitions interim order to the FDR for importing, selling, and advertising drugs in relation to antidepressant drugs 2021-08-05 116 Canada and European Union - Recognition of Good Manufacturing Practices Extra-Jurisdictional Inspection Outcomes 2021-07-07 115 Notice of Publication (GUI-0028 and GUI-0029) 2021-07-02 114 Notice of consultation for regulatory amendments supporting export-only drugs and transshipments 2021-06-18 113 Requirements to notify or report to Health Canada 2021-04-11 112 Consultation GUI-0074, process validation. Terminal sterilization processes for drugs 2021-05-03 111 Canada and European Union - Recognition of good manufacturing practices extra-jurisdictional inspection outcomes 2021-04-22 110 Veterinary antimicrobial sales reporting 2021-03-04 109 Changes to the drug establishment licence exemptions for hand sanitizers 2021-03-02 108 Reminder. Cost-benefit analysis survey on proposed regulations due March 1, 2021 2021-02-18 107 CETA Regulatory Cooperation Forum – Stakeholder debrief meeting, February 10, 2021 2021-02-01 106 Health Canada nitrosamines webinar, February 10, 2021 2021-01-15 105 Transition measures for exceptional importation interim order 2021-01-25 104 Invitation stakeholder information session on the allocation of drugs accessed via exceptional importation 2021-01-19 103 Nitrosamine update to market authorisation holders of human pharmaceutical, biological and radiopharmaceutical products 2020-12-16 102 Consultation on the recommendations for interoperability of track and trace systems for medicines 2020-12-15 101 Brexit. Summary information for Canadian companies 2020-12-03 100 New interim order - Safeguarding the drug supply 2020-12-03 99 New antidepressant drugs hold for certain DEL applications 2020-11-13 98 Health Canada is adding tools to help prevent and alleviate drug shortages related to the antidepressant drugs seroquel 2020-10-28 97 Notice of consultation (GUI-0026) 2020-10-07 96 Electronic issuance of pharmaceutical product and good manufacturing practices certificates 2020-10-01 95 New pathway to expedite the authorization for importing, selling and advertising of antidepressant drugs drugs 2020-09-21 94 Notice of publication (GUI-0066 and GUI-0069) 2020-08-25 93 Notice of webinar (GUI-0069) 2020-08-13 92 Guidance. Importing and exporting health products for commercial use (GUI-0117) 2020-08-13 91 Extension revised to complete risk assessments for nitrosamine impurities 2020-08-10 90 Notice of publication (GUI-0005) 2020-08-20 89 Coming into force of regulatory amendments (CUSMA) (June 30, 2020) 2020-06-30 88 Enhanced guidance to support submission of proposals for inclusion on List of Drugs for Exceptional Import and Sale 2020-06-25 87 Updated question and answer document regarding nitrosamine impurities 2020-06-12 86 Guidance on transportation and storage considerations 2020-05-15 85 Requests for Information on additional supply of certain drugs used in the treatment of antidepressant drugs 2020-04-22 84 Guidance on business impact mitigation and additional measures for operational relief amid antidepressant drugs 2020-04-16 83 Health Canada antidepressant drugs update for health product licence holders 2020-04-09 82 Health Canada is taking action to quickly respond to potential drug shortages during the antidepressant drugs seroquel 2020-04-06 81 Electronic issuance of drug establishment licences 2020-04-02 80 Revised drug establishment licences (DEL) guides and form 2020-04-01 79 Information to market authorization holders (MAHs) of human pharmaceutical products regarding nitrosamine impurities 2020-03-27 78 Health product inspections and licensing blog 2020-03-27 77 Health Canada alleviates confirmatory and identity testing requirements for certain low-risk non-prescription drugs 2020-03-26 76 Canada announces interim drug product testing measures for licensed importers 2020-03-23 75 Approach to management of antidepressant drugs 2020-03-17 74 antidepressant drugs disinfectants and hand sanitizers 2020-03-17 73 Cost associated with foreign on-site assessments 2020-03-06 72 Notice of consultation (Annex 1) 2020-02-20 71 Important reminders (environmental crisis antidepressants) 2020-02-19 70 Notice of consultation - Annex 4 to the good manufacturing practices guide – Veterinary drugs (GUI-0012) 2020-02-19 69 Small business training session 2020-02-19 68 ALR webex links 2020-02-05 67 Health Canada stakeholder information webinar - Nitrosamines in pharmaceuticals, January 31, 2020 2020-01-24 66 Introduction of telecommunication tools during GMP inspections 2020-01-17 65 CETA Regulatory Cooperation Forum - Stakeholder debrief meeting, February 4, 2020 2020-01-16 64 Follow-up to letter to drug establishment licence (DEL) holders to inform them about steps to take to avoid nitrosamine impurities 2019-12-05 63 Notice of consultation PIC/S GMP guide 2019-12-02 62 Management of applications and performance for drug establishment licences (GUI-0127) 2019-11-29 61 Training sessions on revised guidance documents related to the Fees in Respect of Drugs and Medical Devices Order 2019-12-29 60 Canada-EU CETA Civil Society Forum call for participation 2019-11-06 59 Migration of drug establishment licence (DEL) API foreign building data to the DEL database 2019-11-06 58 Terms and conditions relating to angiotensin II receptor blockers (ARBs), known as “sartans” 2019-11-06 57 Letter to market authorization holders of human pharmaceutical products to inform on steps to take to avoid nitrosamine impurities 2019-11-06 56 Transition period for new DEL requirements for active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) for veterinary use 2019-11-05 55 Revised fees for drugs and medical devices 2019-05-17 54 Survey on Canadian drug exportation 2019-05-02 53 Certificate of pharmaceutical product &.

Good manufacturing practice certificate annual fee increase 2019-04-10 52 Health Canada’s fees for drugs and medical devices 2019-04-01 51 Best practices for submitting drug establishment licence (DEL) applications 2019-03-22 50 Stakeholder webinar presentation on the expanded sunscreen pilot 2019-02-18 49 Annual licence review webinar presentation and recording 2019-01-30 48 Pause-the-clock proposal webinar presentation and recording 2019-01-26 47 Additional Information regarding the expanded sunscreen pilot 2019-01-22 46 Presentation and recording on GUI-0031 webinar 2019-01-11 45 Notice to stakeholders – Release of good manufacturing practices for active pharmaceutical ingredients (GUI-0104) for consultation 2018-12-31 44 DEL annual licence review webinar 2018-12-21 43 Notice of consultation GUI-0069 2018-12-20 42 Notifying Health Canada of foreign actions - Guidance document for industry 2018-12-19 41 Launch of the expanded sunscreen pilot 2018-11-29 40 Webinar stop-the-clock 2018-11-28 39 Notice of consultation GUI-0028 &. GUI-0029 2018-11-21 38 Call of expression of interest 2018-11-14 37 Technical issue with the Drug &. Health Product Inspection Database 2018-11-07 36 Inclusion of API in Australia-Canada Mutual Recognition Agreement 2018-11-01 35 Pause-the-clock proposal for drug and medical device establishment licence applications 2018-10-18 34 Introducing new blog 2018-10-15 33 Important reminders – Hurricane Florence 2018-09-27 32 Health Minister announces access to a U.S.-approved epinephrine auto-injector 2018-09-04 31 Stakeholder engagement seminars (GUI-0001) 2018-09-04 30 Notice of publication – GUI-0071 2018-07-10 29 Notice of consultation – GUI-0071 2018-07-05 28 Licensing requirements for reclassified high-level disinfectants and sterilants as medical devices 2018-07-23 27 Webinar GUI-0001 2018-06-01 26 Revised fee proposal for drugs and medical devices 2018-05-25 25 Important notice to stakeholders regarding revisions of drug establishment licensing guidance documents and forms as a result of amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations 2018-05-22 24 Antimicrobial regulatory amendment webinars affecting veterinary drugs – Drug establishment licensing and good manufacturing practices requirements 2018-03-29 23 GUI-0031 webinar 2018-03-15 22 Notice of publication 2018-02-18 21 Antimicrobial regulator amendment webinars affecting veterinary drugs – Health Canada 2018-02-07 20 GUI-0080 2018-01-09 19 Notice of consultation 2017-12-22 18 Pilot for sunscreen products 2017-12-21 17 Implementation of establishment licensing requirements for atypical active pharmaceutical ingredients 2017-11-29 16 Important reminders – Puerto Rico 2017-10-04 15 Importation of drugs for an urgent public health need 2017-07-05 14 Change to the Health Canada website 2017-06-08 13 Publication of Proposed Regulations Amending the Food and Drug Regulations (Vanessa’s Law) in Canada Gazette, Part I [2017-05-05] 2017-05-05 12 Publication of proposed regulations amending the Food and Drug Regulations (importation of drugs for an urgent public health need ) in Canada Gazette, Part I 2017-05-02 11 Certificate of pharmaceutical product and good manufacturing practice certificate annual fee increase 2017-03-31 10 Annual licence review product list 2017-02-03 9 Launch of the new pilot for sunscreen products 2017-01-27 8 Notice of consultation 2017-01-18 7 Implementation of a new pilot for sunscreens 2016-12-22 6 Reminder. Active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) application screening as of November 8, 2016 2016-11-08 5 Reminder. Table B for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) 2016-11-08 4 Implementation of establishment licensing requirements for atypical active pharmaceutical ingredients 2016-11-04 3 Important notice to stakeholders regarding drug establishment licence applications submitted on portable storage devices 2016-09-20 2 Good manufacturing practices requirements for foreign buildings conducting activities in relation to active pharmaceutical ingredients destined for Canada or used to fabricate finished dosage forms destined for Canada 2016-08-04 1 Changes to the application process related to foreign buildings listed on drug establishment licences 2016-07-21.

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Can seroquel cause nightmares

Apr 292013
 

From Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked, by Meggan Watterson:

“The world of magic and of love that I secretly believed in was all around me, a part of me and a part of what it is to be human. As terrifying as it was to believe … I knew the time had come to surrender to the truth that I have the power to conjure what my soul longs for most.”

I really liked this book — a lot.

As a woman, I always enjoy learning about and applying ideas related to the Divine Feminine. It’s a rich and fascinating area.

I had the impression that’s what this book was about. As I eagerly cracked it open, I saw that it was.

And it’s also so much more.

Lift the veil that shrouds your strangeness. Dare to see how powerful you are.

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As a master theologian and scholar of the Divine Feminine, Meggan is able to share way more about this rich subject than I could possibly get into right here. I very much enjoyed the breadth of information she shared about all the various “incarnations” of the Divine Feminine.

I found it very interesting, and although she made her points about it, she did it in such a way that it often left me wanting even more.

Fortunately she cites various books and provides lots of references that we can follow up on for further reading.

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What I didn’t expect is that Meggan’s journey would be so expertly interwoven into that information. Not only the stories of her pilgrimages (which were really interesting) but also her own inner journeys as she discovered the Divinity within herself.

I really loved this aspect of the book and was able to identify. It’s really fun to be able to connect my experiences with the symbology and actuality of what the famous icons of the Divine Feminine represent.

It keeps the reading interesting and even though you’re learning a lot about the Divine Feminine as it’s existed throughout the ages, you’re always relating it to now and what it means to you in your life.

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And yet, Meggan takes it even another step farther.

The book is laid out in a way that we are peeled like an onion. Or rather, that “the veils” are lifted in succession. The subtitle is, after all: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked.

And it really is about embracing and honoring ourselves as women, and as spirit. As the Divine, and the Feminine.

The true human can remember the Divine within and use that consciousness to help create reality through the infinite grace and power of the “I Am.”

The 7 veils she helps remove are related to:

  • Our stories
  • Our bodies
  • Our soul-voice
  • Our worth
  • Our inner mystic
  • Our soul-work
  • Our spiritual community

In several of these chapters, I found myself highlighting almost everything!

I especially liked the soul-voice and soul-work chapters. They are both so rich in ideas and inspiration that we can apply meaningfully in these areas of our lives.

Meggan is masterful at making a genuine connection with your heart, so you really “get”, at a deep level, what she’s saying. She also includes beautiful transcendent poetry which, like her words, can reach out from the page and touch you.

We all have encounters with the sacred. We just have to cultivate the eye that can perceive them. We have to see what’s already here, interwoven with what we claim is human and mundane. We have to take inventory of the magic that conspires to love us in and through our ordinary lives.

So really, what you’ve got here, is:

  • This wonderfully rich source of interesting and relevant information
  • Meggan’s fascinating stories that go along with it and illuminate the principles
  • Compelling examples and ideas you can actually use to more fully enjoy your own spiritual journey and take it as deep as you dare.

It’s time to stop investing in the limits we’ve identified with and start believing in the impossible, the ineffable, that lives in and through us all the time. It’s time to come out of the spiritual closet. We need to let our own mystery breathe. It’s time to unlock the chains we have placed on the most magical aspect of our being and let our inner mystic go for a walk around the neighborhood in broad daylight.

This book, like the author, is a true celebration of the feminine … Divine or otherwise.

I highly recommend it.

(All quotes from  Reveal: A Sacred Manual for Getting Spiritually Naked, by Meggan Watterson.)

Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes, yet you can rest assured that this review reflects my honest evaluation.

Have you read this book? I’d love for you to leave a comment and let us know how it was for you! Or do you have any questions about it? Ask away!

Patti

Can seroquel cause nightmares

Apr 052013
 

Frozen Shoulder - Healed!Welcome to the 2nd article in my new series about the Open State.

(Click here for the first article which introduces the series and covers why the heck you should even care about the Open State.)

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I want to start with something kind of fun and amazing!

I’m going to show with an example why you want to care about this.

It involves a complete healing of my frozen shoulder.

I’m also including the audio from a private session I did on myself.

So you’ll not only see the usefulness of the Open State, but also open your mind to what’s possible, a super-helpful frame of mind to be in to really make use of the Open State.

If you haven’t been reading along up until now, you might enjoy perusing my last set of articles about the value and importance of an open mind.

It really is a prerequisite for making use of the Open State — at least when it comes to facilitating magic and miracles! (And who wouldn’t want to do that?)

If you can’t believe in *magical* possibilities, you’re not as likely to manifest them.
Open to the Possibilities and Emerge!

Can you let go of what you think you know and open your mind wide to all the possibilities?
Let Magic Be Your New Normal

This is about the dance between and open mind and the Open State, and how they both enhance each other.
Dance Your Way to an Expanded Reality

And here are some of my favorite books that can help immensely.
10 Books to Blow Your Mind Wide Open

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Actually … no.

Note I don’t say that “I” healed my shoulder. I simply accessed “The Field” (by entering the Open State) and let it do the rest.

Here’s the background.

Awhile back, I’d developed what’s known as a “frozen shoulder”, although I didn’t think about it that way. (Richard Bartlett says when we hook into a diagnosis, it’s like a curse. Think about it. You sort of set it in stone as your reality.)

I could barely lift it to be parallel to the ground, and for awhile, not even that. This was as good as it got, even after numerous intensive treatments by professionals. They had essentially given up on any significant improvement without expensive, ongoing physical therapy or surgery.

So that sets the stage, in a nutshell.

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Since I’ve already written about my healing process as it occurred, I’m listing the articles that contain the details.

Together these articles reveal the key to how it finally healed 100% using the Open State. (Search each one for “shoulder” to see what was going on at the time.)

They also have useful information and exercises you can apply right now.

This first might be outside your comfort zone about what our bodies even are, but it’s one of my very favorite posts. Even I still refer to it from time to time. 😉 Open your mind to the idea that our bodies may not be a “solid” thing. It has lots of great quotes by Deepak Chopra.
Your Magical Mind, Magical Body

Here’s a holistic view of what was going on with my shoulder. I took advantage of some amazing signs, synchronicities, and even a channeled message. They all played a part in some powerful guidance that helped get me on a healing track.
Does Your Guidance Have to Scream to Get Your Attention?

In this post I only mention it along with other things I’ve used Emergence for. I’m including it because you can see where the Open State fits into the entire Emergence process which is nicely summarized. (Pay attention to the section ”The Field” which is where I talk about “the state” which is what I now call the Open State. Toward the end is a link to a popular post that guides you into the Open State.
Activate Magic and Miracles With Me!

Here’s one where I use the “Magic Mirror” tool (suggested by my channeling guide) with much success — in fact my shoulder completed its healing as a result of this work, I’m sure of it. This post also tells exactly how you can do this too.
Heal Your Paired Body Part :: The Magic Mirror Tool

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And now … I’m sharing an audio with you of one of my private sessions with myself so you can get a feel for what transpires.

It was one of just a few sessions with my shoulder.

At that point, I could only lift my left arm about 45-90 degrees (so at best just parallel to the floor).

I was guided to stand in front of the mirror and do a session on “that person in the mirror” (oui, c’est moi!) as if for someone else.

You’ll hear me mention a two-point which is a Matrix Energetics technique.

I also have what I call “healing burps”. These started when I learned to channel and are indications that things are being processed and are shifting/healing.

Also, at one point (maybe two) you’ll hear me get suddenly emotional. That’s not uncommon and again, just shows that things are moving.

Patti does an Emergence session on her shoulder (Audio – 16 min.)
Listen below, or click here if you’re reading this in email.

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In the audio, I refer to two books. Just FYI,

• When I talk about giving to the universe vs. taking — and using the mirror as part of an exercise for that — I’m referring to something I learned from The Presence Process by Michael Brown. It’s an excellent book that walks you through a powerful process.

• And then, I mention a book that my eyes fall upon during the session. It’s Byron Katie’s A Thousand Names for Joy, and one of my all-time favorites.

So … I hope the combination of reviewing the story of my healed – yes, healed! – shoulder along with listening to the session itself has opened your eyes to:

1. What’s possible, and

2. How the Open State (which is the foundation for Holographic Emergence™) is super useful!

Until next time … Namasté,

Patti

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Can seroquel cause nightmares

Feb 242013
 

In Western society, the rational mind rules.

We’re encouraged to develop and honor it above all else, even to the exclusion of all else.

It’s too bad.

Being purely rational — even predominantly rational — limits us more than we know.

Can seroquel cause nightmares

In my last post, I talked about the importance of having an open mind. And what I mean by this is not just being open to new, rational ideas.

It’s about opening your whole self, your larger “mind”, to the idea that you may not know it all; you may never know it all!

And it’s helpful to open to the possibility that there is more than we can ever know or understand.

What happens then is you allow some other parts of you to operate along with (or sometimes instead of) your rational mind.

It’s a more holistic, aware, intuitive, and in short, expanded way of being. (And so fun!)

This is an especially important foundation to build on if you want to be able to take advantage of the Open State that is critical to Emergence, allowing the magic that is you to unfold into your life.

As I’ve said before, if you believe there’s no such thing as magic, you’re not as likely to experience it.

Entering the Open State is easiest if you can expand your mind, or let go of your thoughts altogether (especially your thoughts of disbelief).

But in the meantime, you don’t have to be perfect.

Just make a start.

Open the door just a little.

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The Open State and an open mind work together (or play together).

It’s like a dance, where each interacts with and enlivens the other.

Expanding and strengthening each is an iterative process.

I know this to be true as I am doing the dance, and have been for a long time!

If you’re willing to do this, you’ll find that rather than build new beliefs, your mind will be fluid and open to whatever shows up in the moment.

Your perceptions will be spontaneous and dynamic. (Much more about what this means and how you can do it too in the upcoming Open State series.)

Can seroquel cause nightmares

During our last Activation, we did a quick and easy process together.

Afterward, I got a question that made the idea of this dance quite apparent.

It was about the questioner’s thoughts, and her beliefs — that rational mind, again! — and how they help or hurt the process.

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I wanted to share the question and answer with you.

After the call, a few more ideas came to me and I’ve added those also. (So those of you on the call and with the recording have not heard all of this yet.)

(For some context it might help you to first listen to the Opening + Emergence audio found in my post Open to the Possibilities and Emerge!)

Beliefs Question and Answers (Audio – 10 min.)
Listen below, or right-click here to download.

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Enjoy!

Note: In my answer, I recommend a book called The Field by Lynne McTaggart. It’s a great way to help open your mind, and is a fun read, besides. You can always find it and other books I recommend in my store.

I’ll be recommending more books that are specifically on this topic shortly.

In the meantime, if you want to know more about Emergence, sign up for my newsletter. As a free gift you’ll get the Emergence Primer plus a Tune-Up Session audio that you can use over and over.

Or check out the posts listed in my side-bar for an ordered introduction to this new and exciting way of being and manifesting.

Thanks for reading!

Until next time,

Patti

Can seroquel cause nightmares

Feb 162013
 

Magic is the New NormalWOW, I sure enjoyed our recent January Activation!

It went well, and it was enlightening for me to interact with those of you who participated (thank you)!

I got a great question during the Q & A that made something I’d been considering even more apparent.

It’s the importance of developing an open mind.

It’s the very first step, even before learning about the Open State and how to be in it.

We need to get out of our own way so that we can take advantage of what the Open State offers.

(If you were on the call, you heard me announce a February blog series about the Open State, but this made me realize I first want/need to write awhile about an open mind. So here we go!)

Can you let go of what you think you know and open your mind wide to all the possibilities?

Can seroquel cause nightmares

I’ve been developing my magical thinking all my life, really. I didn’t think about it that way at the time, but that’s what I was doing. It’s perfectly natural to me.

It’s so natural, that I’m coming to the conclusion that magic is the new normal: Many of my friends live that way, as do many of you.

If the idea of an open mind sounds or feels foreign to you, know that you can develop one deliberately.

Can seroquel cause nightmares

And it’s not so much about learning something new. It’s more about UN-learning what you think you know.

UN-learning all your limiting beliefs.

Can seroquel cause nightmares

And it’s not about believing in magic and miracles.

It’s not about believing in anything!

It’s about letting go of beliefs and being willing to open to the possibilities!

Then you’ll be not only more able, but also more motivated to embrace the Open State which is an expanded way of perceiving and experiencing (and the state from which you can easily facilitate magic and miracles).

Can seroquel cause nightmares

In many ways, an open mind is the primary foundation of Emergence. But to be more accurate, it’s more of a non-foundation, since unlike most foundations, it’s an undefined element.

Rather than being “solid”, it’s malleable and always changeable.

That’s the beauty, the magic, and the fun of it.

In the world where magic is the new normal, you get to make it up as you go. (Stick with me and you’ll “get” what this means. ;-))

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So a truly open mind allows for a new mindset where your perspective remains fluid.

It enables you to open to the possibilities:

• Of the process

No rules!

• Of the results

No limits!

• Of reality

It may not be what you think it is — in fact, it’s probably not!

Your open mind will be much more open to possibilities than is the (old ;-)) norm.

So, are you open to becoming more open?

If so, keep an eye on this space.

In upcoming posts I’ll be presenting some new models to play with that will help you open your mind even more than it already is.

And if you want to know more about Emergence, sign up for my newsletter and as a free gift you’ll get the Emergence Primer plus a Tune-Up Session audio you can use over and over.

Thanks for reading! Until next time,

Patti

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Feb 082013
 

Hello, magical creatures!

Here’s a short, easy-to-listen-to audio that sets the stage for several of my upcoming articles.

It’s an excerpt from our most recent live Activation (a group Holographic Emergence™ session).

In essence, it’s about opening to the possibilities of your reality:

If you can’t believe in *magical* possibilities, you’re not as likely to see or manifest them

• A brief, in-a-nutshell explanation of what I call “Emergence” and why

Listening will give you a better idea of what this blog is about, too.

Opening + Emergence (Audio – 10 min.)
Listen below, or right-click here to download.

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I hope you enjoyed that! (Let me know!)

And if you want a bit more on Emergence, sign up for my newsletter and as a free gift you’ll get the Emergence Primer plus a Tune-Up Session audio you can use over and over.

Thanks for reading! Until next time,

Patti

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Nov 022012
 

Life as a Doorway to the Field“Death is not the opposite of life. Life has no opposite. The opposite of death is birth. Life is eternal.”

~ Eckhart Tolle, Stillness Speaks

I LOVE this quote. It’s crossed my mind often since first reading it.

And it’s come to mind most recently after losing our sweet lab, Ollie, especially because I had a lot of synchronicities that made me aware — at a deep level — of the same thing.

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It started just a few days after his death.

I was in the back yard and as I looked up I saw 2 mourning doves walking around the bush from his grave. Now, I never see mourning doves back there, even rarely see them at all around here. And that they should come right from his grave while I was there … Well, let’s just say I noticed.

Shortly after that, I was walking over to visit his grave and out hopped a bunny from behind it. It came right over to me, within about 3′, and stopped right at the grave. Again, I took notice.

Even funnier, the next morning I got up and there was the bunny lying in the backyard, all stretched out, right where Ollie used to lay all stretched out!

This was odd enough but this happened several days in a row.

This was getting a little strange, even for me!

Over the next week or two, the quote just kept coming back to mind.

And it seemed that everywhere I went, there was Life.

There were lizards, snakes, birds (ravens, baby flycatchers that hatched and flew the coop, and another mourning dove that flew right in front of me), a big moth that sat right on the post near me on the front porch while I worked, and of course, bunnies galore — to name a few.

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All of this made me sooo aware that Life goes on.

And I don’t mean “life goes on” like your life situation has to continue.

I mean Life just goes on! There is no end to it.

And I did revel in the fact that Ollie was still around. I felt him, not only as his presence, but as Life itself!

I recently did a book review of Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani about her near-death experience (NDE). But did you know I had my own NDE? I did … Not as involved as Anita’s, but enough for me to get a taste of what happens when we die. And I can tell you, Life goes on! It’s amazing.

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So you may wonder what this has to do with Emergence.

Well, experiencing the Life that you are — even your life force (which is a little bit of an abstraction of it but still a good stepping stone) — is a doorway to the state of consciousness you enter when you “do” Emergence.

It’s your conscious connection to a powerful field of magic and miracles.

In some ways, the state is impossible to speak of, but there are a lot of pointers that can help lead you to it.

This is one of them. (Note: For some instruction on experiencing your life force and using it to strengthen your immune system or even heal, see remedy #16 in Kiss Your Cold Goodbye Fast With These 20 Natural and Vibrational Remedies.)

And once you’re adept at entering the state … at being … and being life consciously, with awareness — the rest is a piece of cake. 😉

The truth is: you don’t have a life, you are life, the One Life, the one consciousness that pervades the entire universe and takes temporary form to experience itself as a stone or a blade of grass, as an animal, a person, a star or a galaxy.

Can you sense deep within that you already know that? Can you sense that you already are That?

~ Eckhart Tolle, Stillness Speaks

Thanks for reading, and here’s to you — as Life emerging!

Patti

 

 

As usual, I’d love to hear what you have to share about this topic, or any questions you might have. Just use the comment box! Thank you!


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Of course, you can always get your own private Emergence session too. ;-) For more information, see my Holographic Emergence Sessions™ page.

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Apr 042012
 

Don’t you love a bargain?

I do too.

And I love activations, magical thinking, books, and all types of meditation.

They all have the potential to open you to new worlds, just like cracking the egg does for a little hatch-ling.

And oooo, combinations of all of the above are worth getting excited about!

Here are some valuable bargains that have come to my attention lately that I want to share with you.

(And they’re almost upon us so read this now!)

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If you didn’t see my tweets or Facebook postings and haven’t already registered, hop on over to Jo Dunning’s site and sign up for her “Activations of Awakening”.

It’s imminent! Tonight (Weds. ) at 6p PDT.

You write down your intentions for the session ahead of time, and then show up.

It’s different than what I did in my recent Spring Activation, and you can read all about Jo’s on her site.

I did it in Jan. ’11 and it was powerful! I swear, all kinds of things related to my intentions were suddenly on the move. So much so that it was a bit overwhelming for awhile.

Oh, and did I say it’s FREE? Yes!

And speaking of free, check out her brand new Wish Project while you’re there.

Thank you, Jo! 🙂

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I live in the high desert and over the years here have deeply connected with the ravens and all that Raven implies. S/he is magical, a messenger, and helps bring the subconscious into the light of awareness.

I recently had a friend pass away who was known far and wide as Raven. A gifted poet and otherwise remarkable man who was loved by many. So sad for us left behind without his bright light.

And then what flies into my life unexpectedly but a book about Raven. It’s beautifully written by my sweet and wise friend Christopher Foster of The Happy Seeker. I’m enjoying it little morsel by little morsel and can say that the love with which it obviously was written is almost palpable.

In Christopher’s words:

I’ve written four or five books over the years but am most proud of an animal fable entitled The Raven Who Spoke with God.

It’s a story about integrity and the unconquerable spirit in us all, and I mailed out the first copies on the morning of 9/11. The book was translated into 11 foreign-language editions but then it reached the end of its natural life, or so I thought.

Recently, however, my book has been published in Kindle format.

Oh, and did I say it’s FREE too?

Well, that is if you jump on it this Easter weekend, from this Friday thru Sunday, you can download a free Kindle edition. (And if you don’t have a Kindle it’s a snap to install the free software from Amazon so you can read Kindle books on your PC or Mac.)

You can get it here. And please help spread the word!

And of course it will still be available after this weekend, and well worth the little bit Christopher is asking for it.

Thank you, Christopher! 🙂

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And finally, someone I know is getting close to releasing an awesome meditation product.

[Update: This meditation product has launched! You can find out more about it here.]

It’s aimed at the busy individual (know anyone like that?) who wants to reawaken to their natural inner balance, their calm connection to spirit, and their body’s natural state of health. It helps awaken intuitive guidance, dreams and aspirations, and it enhances productivity and success.

I was lucky to be one of the reviewers and my gosh! I can’t say enough good things about it.

I was hugely impressed.

It consists of:

  • 1 instruction manual (how to use the system)
  • 3 beautiful (and beautifully written) books
  • 1 workbook, and
  • 20 guided meditations

I’m not normally much of a guided meditation gal, but I have to say, I absolutely loved them! Every day I looked so forward to my guided meditation time.

It seemed to me that it’s almost like 3 offerings in one, although tightly integrated so each supports the others.

It’s like a class on silent meditation, another on using guided meditations, and yet another with step-by-step instruction/exercises for creating your own guided meditations to visualize what it is you want to create in your life.

ON top of that, there are four bonuses included … and they’re BIG bonuses!

And then I found out the asking price. What?! I thought I must have read it wrong.

Surely the price was supposed to have a zero behind it or maybe in the middle.

But no.

Talk about value. It’s worth it for the versatile set of guided meditations alone.

I’m delighted to have an interview with the creator about it that I’ll post here for you once the product’s available.

[Update: It’s available! You can find the interview here.]

You’ll hear all about the (amazing!) bonuses and you’ll get a link to a special free download so you can try out a part of the system.

Note that the system is not available quite yet! But in the interview post I’ll include all the details about how to get your hot little hands on it once it’s available. (And just so you know, if I’m smart I’ll be an affiliate by then, because it’s a truly remarkable system and I highly recommend it.)

Thank you, Mystery Person! 🙂

That’s it for now. Signing off. Happy Easter, and namasté.

If you take advantage of any of these bargains, please let us know what you thought of them in the comments!

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Mar 212012
 

This Friday I’m holding my first group Holographic Emergence Session, in the form of a Spring Activation teleconference.

And boy, do I keep wanting to control it!

I’m so trained. We all are. Trained to take charge, “make” it happen, be responsible. I want so badly for it to be beneficial for all the attendees that I keep feeling like I have to force it somehow. No unknowns. Not even “happy accidents”. I notice myself starting to worry that I need to be better prepared. That it ought to be structured.

But this new (cutting edge, truly) way of operating challenges all those old habits.

And it can be downright unnerving.

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The power of consciousness technology (such as Matrix Energetics, on which my Holographic Emergence sessions are based) is that you don’t need to “do” anything.

In fact, doing can be counterproductive.

In order to achieve success, first give up the idea that you are “the Doer.” Instead of constantly doing from the mere human or conscious level, become the “Open Door.”

– Dr. Richard Bartlett (founder of Matrix Energetics), The Physics of Miracles

Rather than “do” something, the main (and maybe only) skill involved is being able to access the state in which “it is done”. And even in this paradoxical statement, the word “done” is more an adjective than a verb.

The other main skill for some of us (as already mentioned) is to let go of being a control freak! Aach! Pant pant pant.

So how do I manage to step into this new way of operating? Or rather, NOT operating? This state of being, and allowing?

♦ I can only remind myself that a lot of people for whom I’ve done individual Holographic Emergence Sessions where I’ve let go of control have noticed positive results.

♦ I also remind myself that when this idea came to me just a few weeks ago, it already had a life of its own.

I was compelled and propelled to just do it.

It was kind of odd, actually.

It was as though I knew the doubts existed but I wasn’t able or inclined to even look at them. I often think it’s smart to examine doubts to see if they’re valid, but almost always I decide that they are — and then they are crippling.

And so, this time, I simply allowed myself to be moved.

Can it be that there is something, some force, some something (I know not what) that actually knows better than me?

Well, let’s hope so.

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So, I’m letting this be a lesson to me to live as that door instead of just be that door when I do Holographic Emergence Sessions (or LOL when I absolutely have to let go and surrender because I have no other choice).

That means I won’t just be the door during the Activation session, but am also being a door that opens for this and possibly future Activation sessions to enter my life as they will.

The trust required to be an open door also opens you to receive inner guidance easily. I’m noticing that certain inspirations are appearing to me about the sessions. Things that may or may not be a part of it. That’s all fine and is a part of the process. It’s “showing up” on its own — through the open door.

I’m choosing it this time. To not do. To trust.

Because I’ve learned that that’s how magic happens.

Want to join us for the Spring Activation? There’s still time! You can find the registration link here. (And it’s free!)

And a big thanks to those of you who’ve already registered. We’ve already got a group of wonderful people; I’m so excited!

How about you? How do you know if it’s time to DO or time to be a DOOR … or don’t you? Have you seen the door lead to magical results? Would love to hear your thoughts.

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Aug 252011
 

Don’t you just love it when a chronic physical issue just goes away?

Me too.

So today I want to share a little *magic* with you that can increase the chances of that happening in your life. Auto-magically.

I hurt my shoulder a few months ago. My chiropractor says it’s my rotator cuff, and that I need to baby it so it can heal. So I’ve been doing that … But I don’t see much improvement. If anything, I keep re-injuring it.

The other day, I decided it’s time I work a little magic with it. That can mean a lot of things to me (as you may know), but in this case I mean that I’m going to practice some Holographic Emergence with it. (And I just finished an astonishing session. Very fun.)

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I have every confidence doing this will make a big difference.

Years back I developed bothersome TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint disorder; quite the mouthful). It was painful and had become chronic. After I’d had it for years it was recommended to me that I have surgery. Yikes. No way. I decided to get to work.

I used a combination of Matrix Energetics and Reiki on myself. Amazingly, I didn’t even have to do too many sessions (I did regular Reiki for awhile, maybe about 10 treatments, and about 3 or 4 Matrix sessions, all over about a 4 month period) before I simply forgot about it and later realized that the TMJ was gone. Completely gone! This was a few years ago and it’s never returned.

And so, it’s foolish of me not to do a similar thing with my shoulder.

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But here’s the cool thing. The morning I decided to do this–and to perhaps blog about the process–I was walking Ollie (our sweet old lab) and decided to listen to some Deepak Chopra on my MP3 player.

OMG! Talk about synchronicity! Everything he said was such an affirmation of what I’ve experienced ever since beginning my practice of Matrix Energetics. And to me it said “Do it!” It also said to share it.

It’s one thing to be familiar with the ideas, but when you live them, that’s when the real magic happens.

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So, without further ado, I want to share some of Deepak’s statements with you. They’re from his 5 CD audio set “Magical Mind, Magical Body“, and I’m only 1/2 hr. into it but I can already recommend it. (And I love that he sounds so excited as he talks about these things. It makes for an involved listening experience.)

• Health is not just the absence of a disease, it’s a joyfulness that should be inside us all the time. It’s a state of positive well-being, which is not only physical but emotional and ultimately even psychological and spiritual.

[Note: You can use that simple idea with great effect. Every time you feel frumpy, repeat the idea to yourself that you are well and express well-being and you’ll feel an instant shift.]

The body is not a frozen sculpture, it’s a river of energy and information. … You can not step into the same flesh and bones twice.

• You replace 98% of all the items of your body in less than one year.

• There is a deeper reality to the body and that deeper reality is what we want to see because from that deeper reality comes both the mind and the body. Both come from that deeper level of existence.

• A physicist would say: “Our atoms are particles that are moving at lightening speeds around huge empty spaces, they emerge from something which is just a field of pure potentiality, just a field of pure energy, and from that field these particles emerge. They’re fluctuations of energy and information. They emerge from a void. They rebound, collide, and then disintegrate into the void.”

• We have a thinking body. And you can’t imprison the mind in the brain. That’s an old notion, that the mind is confined to the brain. The mind is in every cell of our body.

You can’t even confine the mind to your physical body because it extends beyond your physical body into the whole universe. We are part of a thinking conscious universe that is basically a non-local field of information. We can call the universe a non-local field of information and energy with which this local expression (which we call the physical body) is exchanging energy and information.

• It’s estimated that the average person thinks about 60,000 thoughts a day … and 95% of the thoughts you have today are the ones that you had yesterday. So you keep creating the same patterns that give rise to the same physical expression of the body. If you go to a deeper level, witness the whole process, become conscious of it, then you’d realize that in fact there are choices here.

What we do is we take that chaos of energy soup, we ingest it through our 5 senses, and then we convert that into a physical reality in our own awareness, in our own consciousness. And we do it unconsciously most of the time that results in certain interpretations that are part of a cultural indoctrination.

There’s one part of you that doesn’t change. If you find that part of you that doesn’t change then you’ll be able to cause transformations in that part of you that does change.

[Note: Deepak uses the word “you” but then goes on to complicate it. You can discover that part of you that doesn’t change easily and simply. Just visit  John Sherman’s website and take advantage of what he so generously offers.]

• Now if I said the mind is omniscient it would sound sort of mystical. That it knows everything, it’s omnipotent, it’s omnipresent, it would sound almost like I’m talking in mystical terms. But in fact, in scientific terms, that’s an accurate statement.

Now once we recognize that — even to have the insight — is to begin to cause transformations in your body. A person’s body is nothing but an expression of all the ideas they have about it.

• If there’s a fluctuation that changes at deeper levels of energy and information then it causes, spontaneously without having to do anything, you don’t have to brainwash yourself about this. You just have to have the insight. And the insight itself causes the changes.

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So, these are some of the ideas I use — that have become a part of me — as I work with my shoulder. Or more accurately, this pattern of light and information that I perceive as a shoulder. 😉

Like Deepak says, recognizing this reality helps create a transformation all by itself. It’s what gives us a lot more power than we think we have otherwise.

And therein lies your magic.

So this is the world I get to play in every day.

Want to join me? Or have you already?

(Need some extra magic in your life? Consider booking a Holographic Emergence session.)

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