What is life asking of YOU?
Just before intending to send you the following blog last week, I not only had wrist surgery after a hard fall, but also, our colonic equipment broke! My wrist and device are both requiring a few weeks to repair and upgrade. I’m aiming for October 25, 2018 as our re-opening date. What kind of meaning can I give to these events? Certainly, I am being asked to STOP and surrender, to let go of the control illusion. I guess I’m so stubborn that it took both a physical AND a mechanical break to wake me up! To force a shift in consciousness.
Healing prayers are welcome.
I’ll keep you posted.
Now back to the old, but-not-fake, news…
After being supported by Bobbi Parish’s wonderful blog-writing over the last couple of years, I’d like to introduce you to Amy Mercury. She will be helping me to create new educational information for you. We’d love to hear what gut news you’d like to learn about!
In the meantime, I’d like to update you on my life and work. As you know, I thought I might have retired by now, but as I approach 70 I find myself healthy and energized, still very much enjoying being a colon hydrotherapist. I’ve asked myself, how do I do this with balance? Working 3 days a week, starting at 10 AM and ending at 7 PM seems to be the answer for me. I credit my energetic attitude to all of my years of receiving colonics, along with eating well and living well. I think most of you know my story – I suffered from drug-induced anorexia (due to my diet pill addiction paid for by medical insurance!) way back in my 20’s. Meeting a woman who healed herself from cancer through diet woke me up to a whole new path of healing, which included weekly colon hydrotherapy for probably 2 years (you can’t overdo it!). I was motivated by my own recovery to begin sharing this amazing therapy with others in 1980. After 25 years of practicing in Boston, I moved to Connecticut to live with my soul mate, Paul. Now it is 15 years later, and I am delighted to still be available to serve the Connecticut community.
What’s noticeable about Connecticut is that the climate here is more conservative than Boston towards integrative health care. People are more cautious. If I could convince all of you who have seen me before to come even once a year for colonic renewal, that would be impressive. Have you forgotten how great you feel afterwards? What is holding you back? We live in an increasingly toxic world. All you have to lose is yourself!
There are only a few of us colon hydrotherapists practicing in Connecticut, but what’s unique to this state is that most of us have been offering colon hydrotherapy for a long time. In other words, you have several choices to see top-notch therapists – just go to i-act.org and look at the referral list of Connecticut practitioners. We may not be a large group, but we are all talented in our own unique ways. As an elder now in the colon hydrotherapy world, my goal is to support us all in achieving greater health.
As for my personal life, I have a wonderful husband and a devoted dog, Bo. What more could I ask for? Long walks with Bo in the woods are my “religion”. I am grateful for 2 delightful grandchildren as well. Paul challenges me to be more of my authentic self every day. I am blessed to be living consciously and sharing my journey with Paul, even though the path may feel arduous at times. Mostly though, it’s full of joy and gratitude for all the blessings bestowed on me. That includes each of you, by the way, even if I have only seen you once. Thank you for trusting me!
My practice, Constance Jones – Colon Hydrotherapy in Manchester, Connecticut, is committed to providing a nurturing, holistic approach to this procedure. I use a comfortable and hygienic, multi-filtered FDA registered system. Please contact me at 860.287.4558 or Connie@Cleanmycolon.com to schedule an appointment with me or my associate Olga.