I hope your weekend has been a good one for you.
As many of you would know, I gave a seminar this weekend, so it was definitely a good weekend for me. It was such a privilege being able to share information about the physical causes of depression (and how to heal it) with hundreds of women.
Sistas Women’s Conference
The event was a Women’s Christian Conference called Sistas and it was held at the Telstra Clear stadium in Auckland, New Zealand. Approximately 350 women attended the lunch time seminar – pretty amazing since they had already sat through 3 hours of meetings and speakers.
A Lunchtime Seminar on Natural Therapies for Depression
I gave a 45 minute talk called “Natural Therapies for Depression: Which one is right for you?” In it I discussed briefly 5 of the 7 Self help depression questions that I shared with you earlier this month. As I went through the questions, I showed the types of physical imbalances that can lead to depression and which natural therapies are most likely to help people in these situations.
We videoed the session so I hope to upload it to YouTube, and share it with you in the next week or two. I’ll let you know when it comes out.
The feedback I’ve had for the seminar has been fantastic. I had lots of questions and positive comments made by women who are currently suffering from depression- they could easily see the relevance of the physical body impacting mood, and I could see the hope in their eyes renewed. I hope just like them you can learn how treating the physical body can help heal the mind (and more importantly that you and them would treat the body and experience real freedom from depression).
This Will Interest You for Sure!
I think what you’ll be most interested in, is the feedback I had from people that have been healed from depression, by treating the physical body. I had women encouraging me to keep getting this message out- that depression isn’t only caused by emotional and spiritual factors, but by physical imbalances too. One woman has been healed from depression and infertility through diagnosing and treating mercury toxicity. She is now happy and pregnant (yay!), and she wants you to know that depression can be overcome!
What a Mental Health Nurse Said About it!
A mental health nurse I spoke to said she was very impressed with the questions that I asked, because they help someone look into their past to see if there have been physical triggers for their depression (something that is seldom done). She said that the current questionnaires for depression only investigate the last 6 weeks in someone’s life. But there’s so much relevance looking back into your past (years and decades even), not necessarily looking for emotional trauma, but for clues for physical triggers like hormonal imbalances, toxic exposure etc.
If you want to review the questions that I discussed in my seminar, and learn what physical imbalances can cause depression and the natural therapies which can treat them, get a copy of my free depression report at www.breakingfreefromdepression.com/free-report.
Thanks for joining me again today. We’ll talk again soon, and feel free to leave me some questions in the comments box below. I want to know what you want to know, so that I can help you find freedom.
Dr Janelle Sinclair
BSc, MSc, PhD (Biochemistry), NZNMA