The Quantum Biology Collective Podcast

Is your light environment more important than the food you eat? Can sunlight treat depression? Does a barefoot walk outside boost your immune system? The Quantum Biology Collective is a group of pioneering health professionals who study, apply and explain the emerging field of quantum biology: a new paradigm of understanding how human health REALLY works that is light years beyond the current established medical model. From the vast research showing that circadian rhythms regulate every important process in the body to emerging research that quantum mechanical processes are taking place in our cells—this new world is the missing link that you’re searching for, whether you’re a health practitioner, or someone trying to optimize your own health and your family’s. We feature a variety of experts, from medical doctors to researchers to health coaches, who all have first-hand experience applying these principles—and getting incredible results—in their health practices and in their own lives.

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2 days ago

“We blame ourselves when these tools are actually mismatched for us,” says Anjan Katta, founder of the Daylight Computer company, which has made the first computer that is reverse-engineered to be good for us—or at least not harmful to our biology the way current models are. On today’s episode of The Quantum Biology Collective podcast, he explains to host Meredith Oke just how his model works differently, eliminating blue light and flicker.
 
He explains what happens when a normal laptop flickers, how it disrupts our circadian rhythm and affects our brain in a way that’s similar to motion sickness, though we don’t notice it until it becomes a major problem. 
 
Devices and screens, in their current state, are not only biological mismatches, but psychological ones as well, argues Anjan. He explains how living with ADHD led him to create the Daylight Computer, his plans for similar software and devices, and how technology could be a major tool to promote empathy and understanding. 
 
Join today’s episode to learn how Daylight Computers will teach us how to forgive ourselves and how we can reclaim our sacred spaces. 
 
Quotes
“I met the guy who invented the LCD screen… and he said, ‘If you told me that my grandkid would be spending six hours a day looking at one of these, I would have designed it differently.” (5:12 | Anjan Katta) 
“It’s the humility of saying ‘Let’s not start from Star Trek and Star Wars and from little boy fantasy and make something and then say, ‘Oops! We ruined everybody’s health.’ Let’s start with health. Let’s start with deep, empirical principles of nature. And then if the product is not as fantastical as you need it to be, that’s OK, because at least we didn’t hurt people. We didn’t undermine their integrity and their sovereignty and their core, core being. And then we can try to make fantastical things over time.” (9:42 | Anjan Katta) 
“We’ve got to stop being so hard on ourselves because, yes, if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, yeah it’s going to be hard on itself. And to me, technology should be like, ‘Oh, you’re a fish. Let’s give you a river.’ And that’s kind of what motivated me. I’m a fish. Stop making me feel like an idiot by trying to get me to climb trees. What’s a computer that fits me, that fits a fish, that’s a river?”  (34:18 | Anjan Katta)
“We’ve removed all sacred spaces in society, including the bedrooms, by bringing these noisy, impolite, intrusive, bad-for-our-health, addictive portals. And it takes the meaning out of everything because everything is just the same.” (36:54 | Anjan Katta and Meredith One)
 
Links
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To order a limited beta version of the Daylight tablet, go to:
https://daylightcomputer.com
Password: DAYLIGHT
 
Connect with Anjan Katta:https://twitter.com/AnjanKatta
https://twitter.com/daylightco
Instagram: @daylightco 
 
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Thursday May 16, 2024

“It turbo charges your vitality. That’s enough to reorganize my whole life around it,” says Steven Lubka, known on X as a “sun max-er,” about his commitment to being outdoors, despite his busy day job working as the head of private clients at Swan Bitcoin. On today’s episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, he explains how you can work the benefits of sunlight and balanced circadian rhythms into your own busy life.
 
In keeping with his reputation as a prominent citizen researcher, he explains the flaws in the research on skin cancer, and how sun exposure affects basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma, respectively. What he shares flies in the face of everything we’ve been taught about wearing sunblock and avoiding the sun, and the people and populations among which melanoma is rising will surprise you.
 
Sun exposure lowers the risk for so many other, arguably more impactful, diseases that the benefits far outweigh the risks, he argues, as does the day-to-day mental and emotional impact. Hear him talk about the importance of daily movement on health, on our evolution, and why he calls exercise “the junk food of movement.” 
 
Learn Steven’s simple formula for life-changing benefits. And stay tuned to the end for his insights into bitcoin and what’s in store for its future. 
 
Quotes
“When I get a lot of sunlight, I feel more vital, I feel more driven, I feel more energy, I feel more solid and robust.” (10:44 | Steven Lubka) 
“I actually believe that happiness is literally just a function of sunlight. And I like to distinguish happiness, which I consider a mood state, from purpose or meaning or life satisfaction—those are different concepts. I’m not saying just getting sun is going to fulfill all of your psychological needs, but if we define happiness as being in a happy mood or not a happy mood, I think that equation, sunlight’s the primary input. And when I get a lot of sun, I’m in a great mood.” (11:22 | Steven Lubka) 
“Melanoma, which is the really bad one, here’s what’s interesting: there are a lot of studies that show sunlight lowers it. Melanoma mostly appears on the parts of the body that don’t see the sun. It goes up in indoor workers. It’s skyrocketing in northeast Asian countries that are the most sunphobic cultures.” (38:25 | Steven Lubka)
“We were born to walk…Brains evolved to move. That is their base function. You need to move. Having a high level of movement, particularly outdoors, is way more important than going and working up a sweat three times a week in a gym.” (52:45 | Steven Lubka)
Links
Connect with Steven Lubka:
Steven Lubka Website: Swan.com/private
Twitter: @Dzambhalahodl
 
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Thursday May 09, 2024

“We are grace incarnate,” says today’s guest, Joanne Avison, movement and manual therapy practitioner and author of “Yoga, Fascia, Anatomy and Movement.” Unfortunately, as Joanne explains that beginning with Rene Descartes, the so-called founder of modern science, we have learned to separate our physical selves from our spiritual selves, when in fact, we’re never decoupled. On this episode of The Quantum Biology Collective podcast, the body work community needs to bridge the chasm with updated language that recognizes we are not assembled like machines but formed fully in our earliest days, and continue to grow, or unfold, throughout our lives. 
 
Just as Copernicus once introduced the idea that the sun is the center of the universe, Joanne suggests that our development forms from the heart first. In discussion with host Meredith Oke, she explains that, like stringed instruments, we grow under pressure and emit sound, as well as light and love. Hear her explain why our fascia is like the dark matter we carry around inside of us. 
 
When it comes to treating the body we tend to over-intervene and over-outsource rather than allowing time and space. Join today’s discussion to hear how, through her own injury and illness, Joanne learned to listen to and learn from her body, and discover more about the universe as a result. 
 
Quotes
“We have a chasm between the world of the being and the world of the body…we’ve reduced the body down to the biomechanical sum of its anatomical parts, its chemical reactions, of stuff, the chemistry of its stuff, and everything was reduced so that it could be understood.” (10:08 | Joanne Avison)
“The word ‘hu’ in ‘human’ comes from an ancient name for the divine. So, human actually means ‘divine man.’”  (14:41 | Joanne Avison) 
“We are basically heart-centered. And that’s about as popular as Copernicus’ idea that we’re helix-centric.” (20:49 | Joanne Avison) 
“What we’re learning now is that the entire body is actually variations on the theme of a specialized connective tissue because our baseline is completely connected. And if you talk to John Sharkey at length, he talks about the fascia as the black matter of the form, the inner cosmos. So, black matter to the outer cosmos is fascia to the inner cosmos.” (22:39 | Joanne Avison)
“We’re already grace incarnate. That beautiful unicellular version of you has everything it needs to become you. It doesn’t go to school to learn how to be an embryo. There’s not an acorn out there that can spell ‘oak tree.’ Yet, everything needed to form the oak tree is in the acorn.” (27:51 | Joanne Avison) 
“I think the fascia is a matrix of love, light, and sound in the body. And that’s a scientific statement as well as a spiritual one.” (38:54 | Joanne Avison)
“When you come from it as a tissue of love, light, and sound, and you start becoming your own fascia whisperer, you can literally tune into the movement of what I call this ‘magical inner awareness,’ and you learn to see what it’s saying to you, you learn to hear what it’s saying to you.” (58:51 | Joanne Avison) 
 
Links
Connect with Joanne Avison:
Website
joanneavison.com
myofascialmagic.com
Socials
Follow on Instagram & Facebook @joanneavison
Joanne Avison's Books:
Author of Yoga Fascia Anatomy & Movement
Author of Myofascial Magic in Action
 
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Thursday May 02, 2024

“Light therapy is unbelievably powerful and it certainly is the future of medicine,” says David Schmidt, CEO of health and wellness company LifeWave, who joins the Quantum Biology Collective podcast to discuss his X39 patch and its ability to completely change our current approach to anti-aging and, as a result, to fighting disease. Rather than injecting stem cells, exogenous substances or outside sources of light into the system, the patch works with the infrared light which exists inside of the body, communicates with the body’s systems and sets changes in motion. On today’s episode, David explains what separates his products from other forms of phototherapy and how his early work with the military and in cancer research led up to his work today. 
 
Nature and religion have also inspired David’s research. He describes his findings from studies of flatworms, hydras and lobster—species which contain an abundance of stem cells, regenerate lost body parts and, as long as they are protected and properly provided for, are immortal. He also explains his belief that the equivalent of God’s word is written in numeric form in the light frequencies of living species. 
 
In both nature and prayer, we can find the answers to our healing, David says. Join today’s discussion to learn more. 
 
Quotes
“I would say the single biggest difference between lifewave and other light therapy devices is that these products use modulated light which have information that can trigger a specific biochemical effect. (16:12 | David Schmidt)
“As we age, the body actually emits more light, and this isn’t a good thing because the cells are leaking. And when they’re leaking this light, it interferes with the ability of the cells to be in homeostasis, be in balance. What we found with the energy patches when we did this back in 2008 or 2009, is that it decreases the light emission from the body to improve homeostasis. So, it brings the body back to balance and this is a very powerful anti-aging mechanism.” (21:40 | David Schmidt) 
“God, the Creator of the Universe, who created everything, put His fingerprint or signature, in numbers, in living species. And we can use that information to create new types of light therapy devices that can potentially stop and reverse human aging, not to mention treatment of disease.” (29:06 | David Schmidt) 
“The other reason, I think, to do this is to empower people, not just with information but with technology that they can use.” (39:57 | David Schmidt)
“We’re not injecting stem cells into the body; what we’re really doing is getting the stem cells that are already in the body to act like younger cells. What happens is that we’re tapping into the communication system that already exists in our bodies.” (48:09 | David Schmidt)
 
Links
To purchase the products discussed in this episode. The product David described is called X39:
X39 link: https://lifewave.com/qbcpodcast/store/product/39000.022.009
Main Store: https://lifewave.com/qbcpodcast
 
Practitioners, if you are interested in information about how to distribute the patches to your clients / patients please fill out this form
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Thursday Apr 25, 2024

“You can’t get healthy in the environment you got sick in,” says Andeea Rae, licensed addiction counselor, certified in applied Quantum Biology, who joins today’s episode to discuss the nature of addiction, and the bio-psycho-social behavioral changes necessary for recovery. A new environment doesn’t just mean a change of scenery, she explains, it should also refer to the environment that doesn’t get talked about enough—the one full of toxic blue light and non-native EMFs. On today’s episode of the Quantum Biology Collective podcast, Andeea will walk us through the six stages of change in recovery from pre-contemplation to termination as well as the six symptom categories of Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS). 
 
Sleep disturbances, stress sensitivity, and memory problems all overlap with symptoms stemming from poor light protocol. Improving your light environment, in addition to improving overall health can ease these and other symptoms at all stages of recovery, particularly the early ones. Andeea shares her top three simple but most effective changes for people to make in recovery as well as her Number 1 coping mechanism. She’ll also discuss the vibrational component to our emotions and how to quickly kick ourselves up into a higher vibration and remain there. 
 
One of the most important aspects of recovery is community. Join today’s discussion to hear Andeea break down the difference between a habit and an addiction, the myth of wasted time, and the power of an abundance mindset.
 
Quotes
“The quantum space really opened up my touching on the true issues that I might have touched on when I was doing mental health therapy, but I didn’t do deep dives into my belief system, and that part has been really huge for me as well.” (8:56 | Adeea Rae)
“Once I learned about emotions being at a certain vibration on a quantum level, I took that very seriously, very, very seriously.” (9:52 | Andeea Rae)
“I believe that people, if they address their light environment and really look at this at a mitochondrial level, that some of these symptoms don’t have to last as long as they do.” (42:03 | Andeea Rae)
“So this is also speaking to that healing your nervous system and your neurotransmitters. And they simply are not gonna be signaling the pathways that are needed if they are not getting the sunrise in the morning and getting the right light signaling. So when someone is just unaware, they're just simply unaware that blue light's an issue. I mean, I'm talking about light bulbs. We went from talking about very illegal substances to now something that's so simple in our, in our home, a light switch. Right? And so we have to be looking at this.”  (48:21 | Andeea Rae) 
“I believe one of the biggest things that could actually help someone: getting them to understand that the blue light is actually stimulating the dopamine and it is going to keep the sleep issues going on. It’s going to keep all those PAWS symptoms, just…they’re going to be ongoing.” (49:02 | Andeea Rae)
 
Links
Connect with Andeea Rae:
Website
https://www.thequantumpages.com/
https://www.andeearae.com/ (upcoming courses)
 
Socials
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/quantum-recovery/id1735320852
https://www.instagram.com/andeearae/
https://www.instagram.com/quantumpages/
https://www.tiktok.com/@andeearaellc
https://www.facebook.com/andeearae/
https://twitter.com/Andeearae
 
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Thursday Apr 18, 2024

“Pain is in the brain,” explains Stephen Hussey, doctor of chiropractic and practitioner of functional medicine who returns to the podcast to discuss the way the body interprets, processes and manages pain. In addition to the sensory components of pain, there are cognitive and emotional receptors, as well, which means physical pain is affected by mental and physical stress and vice versa. With enough trauma, the body begins to develop incoherence—which is when body systems are out of sync and unable to communicate. On this episode, Dr. Hussey discusses how we can build coherence and the connection between regulated pain signals and a properly charged system. 
 
A large part of pain management is the attitude we take toward it. Dr. Hussey will explain why we develop chronic pain even long after our injuries have supposedly been resolved, why opioids fail us, and what’s really behind the addiction to them.
 
Join today’s discussion to hear more about how pain starts, how it evolves and how we can build a resilience to it. 
 
Quotes:
“You could have an emotional experience that’s very painful, and we describe it that way. And it’s because of these connections between the cognitive area and the emotional areas. Because cognitive, we’re thinking about this thing that happened to us and how terrible it is, and we have an emotional response to it and we describe that as painful. And sometimes it actually can result in physical pain because, again, we’re training it backwards.” (14:38 | Dr. Stephen Hussey)
“This thing that happened to you—while it’s happening, the amount of communication between the prefrontal cortex and the emotional centers dictates whether or not that pain will become chronic once it’s resolved, or once the injury has resolved, or once the emotional trauma has—quote, unquote—resolved. Once those things have been over and done with, if you, during that time, trained your brain to communicate—the emotional and cognitive centers of the brain—you will have chronic pain, but if you didn’t, you very likely won’t have chronic pain.” (27:01 | Dr. Stephen Hussey) 
“That’s what we should be focusing on in pain, is how to change the brain. Not just block a pain signal, but how do we change the brain.” (55:22 | Dr. Stephen Hussey)
 
Links
Connect with Dr. Stephen Hussey:
Website: www.resourceyourhealth.com
Socials:
https://www.instagram.com/drstephenhussey/
https://www.facebook.com/DrStephenHussey/
Book "Understanding The Heart: Surprising Insights Into The Evolutionary Origins Of Heart Disease – And Why It Matters
www.amazon.com/Understanding-Heart-Surprising-Evolutionary-Disease-ebook/dp/B09WVT95Q9/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=
 
QBC Podcast #18: How Light  Helps Our Hearts with Dr Stephen Hussey
https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-quantum-biology-collective-podcast/id1657777911?i=1000607675889
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Thursday Apr 11, 2024

“Once you learn the Earth is round, you can sail around it, so you have a lot more options,” says Denise K. Shull, circadian optimized decision expert. “Once you learn there’s an emotional logic to everything, you can sail around your mind and your life in a much more expansive way.” Unfortunately, popular thought still tells us to remove emotions from decision-making and to suppress our fears in order to move forward. On today’s episode of The Quantum Biology Collective podcast, Denise explains that talking yourself out of your fear only makes it grow stronger, and acknowledging what we feel, why we feel that way and getting to the bottom of our worst-case scenarios is how we make our best decisions.
 
So how can we use these decision-making strategies to help us navigate this new landscape where, increasingly, we are increasingly called upon to be our own health advocates? Denise reveals the three questions she recommends people ask themselves when making health decisions. She’ll share her thoughts on the state of the current medical system and how people’s early experiences shape their relationship and response to authority. 
 
Denise’s coaching has helped everyone from hedge funders to Olympic skiers to succeed. Join today’s discussion to learn how the body reacts to unacknowledged fear and why the most emotional people make the most money in the stock market. 
 
Quotes:
“Our brains were programmed to keep us safe. And the way that is communicated to us is through a feeling. So, if we’re going to take a risk, the brain is going to deliver us some level of fear—maybe you would just call it concern, maybe you would call it panic, there are a bunch of levels in between—but the brain is going to do that.” (24:54 | Denise K. Shull) 
“There’s this articulating the feeling and being able to have the feeling that, if it doesn’t completely erase it—and it doesn’t always completely erase it—it neutralize it or dissipates it to some degree that then you’re able to bring into the equation the more reality of the situation.” (26:34 | Denise K. Shull)
“Our unconscious is going to alert us to our biggest risk. That’s it’s job. To make sure we use our expertise to avoid that, but it wants us to know, ‘Worst possible case, this thing could happen.’ And then once you consciously acknowledge that, it’s like, ‘OK, got that message to Meredith’s conscious mind. She can handle it now.’ So, when you try to squash that, it actually gets louder, more intense, more disruptive.” (41:02 | Denise K. Shull) 
“All of us have something to contribute to the world. When you honor yourself by respecting your feelings, your ability to bring whatever your gift is to the world increases.” (1:03:12 | Denise K. Shull)
 
Links
Connect with Denise K. Shull:
Social Media: @denisekshull
Website: therethinkgroup.net
Book: Market Mind Games 
 
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Thursday Apr 04, 2024

“Think of radio frequency radiation as just a sort of invisible light,” says today’s guest Nick Pineault, author of the best-selling book “The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs.”
 
Just as the toxic light emitted from our laptops and cellphones are disrupting our biology at the mitochondrial level, the WiFi connecting us to those same devices sends out electromagnetic field (EMF) frequencies that send similarly confusing messages to our cells, many of which travel even deeper than light. 
 
On today’s episode of The Quantum Biology Collective podcast, Nick explains the damaging effects of this radiation from inhibiting the body’s ability to produce energy to ultimately diseases like cancer. For those with heightened electro-sensitivity, it only takes a fraction of the exposure most of us experience on a daily basis.
 
Luckily, there are many steps we can take to mitigate and reduce our exposure.  Join the discussion to learn how you can shield your home, workspace, and body from harm. 
 
Quotes:
“You have voltage going around you in the form of WiFi and it’s completely random, it’s at frequencies that have never been seen before and then the intensities vary in time, and the pulsation is all over the place. So, these signals are completely foreign to the body.” (10:23 | Nick Pineault) 
“Our electrical environment now is ever-changing by the second, so we never fully adapt. And I think that’s part of the problem of why it’s so pernicious and why we’re seeing effects that are short and long term. It becomes almost like a weight that people carry on their shoulders. If you live in a city, or you’re always exposed to your devices, maybe it’s fine for a certain period of time but now it’s been decades that we’ve been exposed to this wireless.” (14:48 | Nick Pineault) 
“So you had a technology executive get appointed to head the body that’s meant to keep us safe from technology companies. Yes, all of the top directors are industry people, ex-executives at Verizon and these top wireless companies, or who represent the [Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association] CTIA, which is the front group, the lobbying group for the industry. So the conflict of interest—it’s not even a conflict of interest, it’s complete capture by the agency.” (29:37 | Meredith Oke and Nick Pineault) 
“All we can do is try to minimize exposure as much as we can. That would be the message. And if it means you start with one action step, that’s good enough, but over time you get better.” (48:33| Nick Pineault)
“Think about the fact that certain of your body parts can also perceive that radio frequency radiation as light.” (56:42 | Nick Pineault)
 
Links
EMF Hazards Summit 2024: The Hidden Epidemic of Electro-Sensitivity: Starts April 11
Register here: https://NGMdiainc.ontralink.com/t?orid=153258&opid=18
 
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Thursday Mar 28, 2024

Music medicine and the healing power of sound are concepts which date back as far as Ancient Greece, having been first attributed to Pythagoras. John Stuart Reid’s first encounter with sound healing took place in the King’s Chamber in the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, where he ran an experiment in cymatics which, he explains, is the basic principle that sound—which is omnipresent—makes an acoustic impression upon any membrane it encounters—such as those in the countless cells which comprise our bodies. His invention, the cymascope, which makes visible the different patterns that various sounds make on cells, has the power to revolutionize our approach to healing–and even to help eliminate cancer. 
 
John, a sound engineer turned acoustic physics scientist, reveals how sound promotes oxygenation in the body, its effect on the Vagus nerve and how it can help eliminate chronic inflammation in the body and slow the aging process. 
 
He’ll explain how music affects the cells, why, contrary to popular belief, pop music is more healing than classical music, and which make and model of headphones provide the most beneficial listening experience.
 
Quotes:
“This is one of the reasons why sound therapy and music medicine—which, you know I love to talk about those subjects as well—it’s one of the reasons why they are so efficacious when it comes to catalyzing or stimulating the body’s innate healing response. Sound comes into your body, it penetrates your body, and literally creates cymatic patterns on every cell in your body that has a membrane.” (10:40 | John Stuart Reid) 
“Imagine: as we’re immersed in a musical environment, those beautiful, harmonious sounds are now literally organizing the countless water molecules in your body into great beauty. And again, this has medical implications. It’s not just pretty patterns or pretty organization; there are medical benefits to this.”  (20:35 | John Stuart Reid
“Imagine now a rhythmic pulsation coming up through the bed, and not from one spot but rhythmically moving up and down the body, in a very beautiful, pulsating, rhythmic way. And that would be actually soothing to the patient, and not only would it help the oxygenation levels of the patient—and by the way, oxygen is the key ingredient in the body for all—well—almost all of the healing mechanisms of the body are powered by oxygen. So, if there’s more oxygen available to the patient, then of course it’s going to speed their recovery from hospital.” (42:33 | John Stuart Reid) 
“It’s a poetic thought, but it’s also very real from a scientific viewpoint, that if you sing to the stars, you will literally be sending your song to the stars. And the reverse is also true: the stars are singing to us.” (100:18 | John Stuart Reid)
 
Links
Connect with John Stuart Reid:
John's Research Institute: https://cymascope.com/
To Make a Donation to Cymatics Research: https://cymascope.com/donate/
 
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Thursday Mar 21, 2024

“If you address the inputs, the outputs address themselves,” says Dr. Amanda Steencken, who joins The Quantum Biology Podcast to discuss her work with primitive reflex integration work. Primitive reflexes, she explains, are the body’s involuntary movements, which occur down to the subatomic level, in response to stimuli that promote brain development and keep us safe in the world. 
 
When this connection is never stimulated, or gets turned off for myriad reasons, the results are anything from fallen arches in the foot, to chronic pain, to anxiety and learning disabilities. The particular form of rhythmic movement training that Amanda practices imitates and recapitulates the movements done during development in utero, thus stimulating the brain connection. 
 
After getting her PhD in neuroscience and later studying naturopathy, Dr. Amanda discovered primitive reflex integration work, while looking for treatment for her own family The changes she has seen and experienced from it, combined with light optimization and balanced circadian rhythm, have been so remarkable as to lead her to place movement above nutrition and even oxygen in terms of vitality and importance to healing and optimal health. 
 
This practice is also beneficial for those stuck in fight/flight/freeze/fawn responses of their sympathetic nervous system. As rhythmic movement recreates the activity of our safest environment, it also shines a light on the importance of moving past fear to move toward healing. 
 
Join today’s podcast to learn how less is more, why healing is never pretty, but the smallest adjustments can yield the biggest results. 
 
Quotes
“Food is important, but I’m at the point where I really strongly believe it is not the most important thing. Until you fix the light and until you become more aware of how to nourish your body water and your mitochondria, it doesn’t matter how keto you go, or how organic you eat, or how little junk food you have.” (17:27 | Dr. Amanda Steencken)
“It boggles the mind how simple it is, and yet how dependent we’ve become. I mean, this is how I work now: I need the computer, I need the phone, I need the internet. I think that’s the truth for most of us, so we have to be even more diligent about the light breaks and the morning routine habit and all the little ways in which we can support our systems because we’re completely bombarded all the time with toxins.” (22:17 | Dr. Amanda Steencken)
“When we teach these gentle rhythmic movements, we’re reminding that nervous system of something that it already knows. And the beautiful thing about what I just said is that we’re telling the nervous system something that it knows and therefore it can feel safe. We’re recreating the safety cocoon that we started our life out on earth in.” (53:38 | Dr. Amanda Steencken) 
“If you address your inputs, the outputs address themselves.” (105:21 | Dr. Amanda Steencken) 
 
Links
Connect with Amanda Steencken:
Amanda's Website: https://horaioswellness.com/index.html
Book A Discovery Call with Amanda: https://calendly.com/horaioswellness/complimentary-discovery-conversation-video?month=2024-03
Sara Pugh's Quantum Ketosis Course: https://www.appliedquantumbiology.com/ketosis
 
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