Since posting Medical Intuitive Thoughts on Teeth, I have heard from so many more readers, clients and even a neighbor with recent, often severe tooth issues. If you’re having tooth problems and somehow missed that post, please do check it out.
A little update on my own tooth saga mentioned in the post:
Just went to the dentist today — first dental visit in four years, since I made a commitment to myself to heal the “root” of my tooth issues. I’ve been following a radical remineralization protocol for years, as well as doing lots of internal clearing work to shift the energy I took on from someone else inside my teeth. Long story, but it’s been a gradual extraction process of that person’s junk from my teeth. I had made really good progress but still felt the vulnerability in my teeth, so I continued to avoid the dentist. (I don’t like negative, disempowering diagnoses.)
Anyway, the other day, I posted my friend Timothy Glenn’s Heart Breath meditation. When I initially did the meditation, I thought it was nice, relaxing, quietly powerful. I tried it again after posting his article, and whoa … I felt the last of the energy extract itself from my teeth. Holy, moly, was it ever intense energy! I even said to myself, “No wonder my teeth hurt if that’s what I’ve been carrying around in there.” Most of it wasn’t even my stuff, but things I had empathed during my dealings with this other person, plus some of my own reactions to what I had empathed, which created their own little pockets of trauma. If you know tooth nerve pain and can imagine the emotional/spiritual equivalent, that’s what came up with that meditation — almost like it was sucked out of me with a vacuum. I immediately recognized it as the root source of my tooth pain.
I have not had pain since then, and today I went to my already scheduled dental appointment. I got a full set of Xrays, gum exam, cancer screening, special technology to determine if there’s internal, hidden decay even if the enamel looks good. Nothing. My teeth are strong, have fewer fillings than they used to have, but only one of those even needs to be replaced. The rest of the missing fillings have apparently regrown the enamel. I need a cleaning, because I haven’t had one in four years, but the hygienist said my gums and teeth looked good even if it had only been a six-month check. Whatever left me the other day really did leave, because there’s no evidence of cracks or any kind of abscess. No decay, not even in the one filling to be replaced. It’s just kind of a deep divet that makes sense to smooth over.
All of which is to say that teeth can heal. I highly recommend Ramiel Nagel’s book, “Cure Tooth Decay.” I don’t do everything in that book, since some of the things are kind of stomach turning, in my formerly vegan opinion. I’m willing to stretch in some ways like raw cheese but not most of the traditional foods. I did make some big dietary shifts in terms of choosing foods based on mineral availability. I’ve opted for herbal infusions like nettles, oatstraw and horsetail rather than, say, fish heads. I’ve also had good success with Jarrow’s BoneUp and nattokinaise, plus oil pulling with coconut oil and peppermint oil.
Truth be told, I’ve done a ton of physical things, which kept stuff stable. The full success arrived only after I fully cleared the projected and accepted energy, step-by-step, and I eliminated some long standing indecision by finally taking decisive action in a few areas of life. The combination of emotional, spiritual, and mental clearing, a little magick, prayer, and all the physical shifts, including but not limited to diet, have all combined into an empowering and clean bill of dental health. I know I am not the only person to have managed this “impossibility,” but as of now, I’ve never had a root canal or crown, despite having had severely demineralized teeth in 2008-2009. Like scary demineralized. I got fillings then but made an agreement that I would change the root cause of the issues before having any additional work done.
If something’s in pain, I prefer to get to the root of it instead of numbing it out, even if that root happens to be a tooth root. There’s no shame in traditional treatments either — sometimes those help, but the other levels of change are usually necessary for a full-on cure. Otherwise something bigger takes its place. I know this from my own life as well as from thousands of medical intuitive sessions and years of stories I’ve heard during life coaching. In my case, I didn’t want the side effects or cost of a potential 12 root canals. Nor did I want something like spontaneous bone fractures to replace the teeth as my primary issue.
Anyway, I will continue to practice the shifts I made to get this far, but I just wanted to share a personal victory here. LOL, I’m rackin’ ‘em up! Traumatic brain injury, major back and neck injuries and now tooth remineralization … I do love a good old fashioned, “impossible,” long sought after but eventually spontaneous healing. Just a reminder that such things can happen with complete faith and devotion to healing — whatever solutions come your way as a result of your inner and outer work and play.
Continuing with today’s Rumi theme: “There are thousands of ways to kneel and kiss the Earth.”
Namaste, and might I add, Wooooooohooooooo!