Over the last few years, I have dramatically changed my definition of “love.” LOVE is “accepting someone exactly the way they are (even yourself) without question, without reservation, without judgment.”
This definition includes having healthy boundaries. It allows for us to love ourselves and others even in the midst of knowing that we have things that we would like to work on. It creates an awareness that we can accept in the midst of the process.


Carolyn Leaf, cognitive neuroscientist, states that when we have thoughts based on fear, we release toxins into the body. However, when we have thoughts that are based on love, the body releases feel-good hormones. Thus, being able to accept ourselves and others even in the middle of the chaos around us, can bring about a level of healing that is unprecedented.


“The principles BodyTalk are based on are proven scientific facts and leading edge discoveries. It is a new way of addressing our well-being in the future. BodyTalk opens an unlimited collection of energetic possibilities for us to heal on many levels.” Dr. Amit Goswami Ph.D., Quantum Physicist, Professor Emeritus Oregon University and featured in the movie “What the Bleep do We Know?”


BodyTalk provides a way “to communicate with the electronic circuits to turn on the right switches to harness the body’s ability to heal spontaneously. Energetic approaches work quickly and with few side-effects. This is the medicine of the future.” Dr. James Oschman Ph.D., Biophysicist, and author of “Energy Medicine”, advisor to The BodyTalk System


Kathi Springman

Click here for a downloadable version of this article as it was printed in Natural Awakenings OKC February 2015.


The views expressed are educational in nature and reflect the personal and/or clinical experiences of the author.

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