It was a good thing: Some time after that my father moved out of the house and it was just me and my brother and mother. So one night, like two months ago, I was getting really pissed off at my mother for keeping me awake so I stormed into her room.
Disclosure My first colonic. Yes, you read that right. Before you read on, take note. While I will put all of this in the most lady-like manner that I can, be warned: This post is not for the faint of heart or the easily offended!
So… last month I had my first colonic. Through research, I found that a colonic can be incredibly beneficial to your health. Colon hydrotherapy washes away the toxins that build up over the course of your lifetime, leaving your colon fresh, clean, and non-toxic.
I also learned that a colonic can treat irregularity, constipation, indigestion, diarrhea, gas, bloathemorrhoids, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, diverticulitis, colitis, parasites, skin conditions, and much more.
Fasting has done tremendous things for me—physically, emotionally, and spiritually—and I was eager try another method of cleansing.
How could I resist!? The first thing I noticed, arriving in the office, was the beautiful, calming environment. Sandra LaMorgese was my colon hydrotherapist and she made me feel incredibly at ease. I filled out a short questionnaire and a little while later, Sandra brought me into the room where my colonic would take place.
My experience was as follows: Then I covered myself from the waist down with a soft sheet and towel Finally, I texted Sandra and she came back in to turn the water on Next, the actual process began. It was obviously psychological because as soon as she left, I had no trouble.
As for the process, a slow stream of water runs inside and fills your colon. You hold it in as long as you can and then you release it. You repeat the process over and over for the length of your procedure, mine was 45 minutes.
It is non-invasive and believe it or not! It takes some getting used to, but after a while it seems very natural. I was shocked by how easy it was. There was no pain involved, except for a few brief moments where my stomach twisted. That was mildly uncomfortable, but it felt like a part of the process, like my body was working to eliminate toxins.
It is this same hole where all of the waste goes down. There is a view-tube beside you so that you can see everything that passes out of you. No giant clumps the size of an orange, mostly just the clean water coming out exactly as it came in.
After awhile, this made me anxious.
Then, I had another smaller movement, but that was it for the length of the procedure. I had the expectation that something major would be removed and there would be a lot of movement over the course of the treatment.
In retrospect, I think that having that expectation was detrimental. It caused me unnecessary anxiety during the process.
The process is calming and therapeutic. Next time, I will go into it with no expectations and truly relax. Sandra said that I should stick to soft food for the rest of the day so I had some boiled squash and rice, but I was craving a thick slice of pizza.
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