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South Ogden, UT – Jill Whitley is the founder of Lighten Your Path, a healing center offering a unique combination of alternative healing methods: Rapid Eye Technology (RET); Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT); and hydro-colon therapy, more commonly known as colonics.

“As human beings, we all have an inner knowing, but too often that intuition is compromised by the weight and stress of life,” says Jill. “Through Lighten Your Path’s services, ideas and answers will come. We just have to wake them up.”

RET encourages our natural ability to endure and release stress by working with the body’s natural stress relief mechanisms: blinking, breathing and rapid-eye movement.

Have you ever seen a child’s eyes flutter while they’re sleeping? That’s the dream state. But they’re not haphazardly moving their eyes; there’s a pattern. Jill uses a device to generate that pattern in front of the eyes and it tricks the body into believing it has entered REM sleep. If you do this while the client is awake, the subconscious and conscious can speak, allowing you to make a new choice.

Colonics by contrast can be a little nerve-wracking if you’ve never had one. Waste in the body can get tied up in the bowel. Sometimes it doesn’t evacuate properly, especially with our diets and lack of exercise. Hydro-colon therapy releases that trapped debris, allowing every other system in your body to function more freely.

“People get such different ideas about them. By the time they come in they’re really nervous,” says Jill. “But after the colonic, the main comment I hear is ‘I can breathe!” They feel lighter.”

For more information on Lighten Your Path, visit http://www.lightenyourpath.net/  

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