Entry #4 (Findings from Research Level 3)
Along my pathway in life, I came across a lovely soul named Jadine who happened to be a yoga teacher. She had her own perspectives on the world but we still connected divinely. One night, after moments of passion and love; she wanted to try something to resolve my migraines. She called it Reflexology and had a small wooden tool to accompany the process. She claimed that it would eliminate the calcium buildup in my feet. Open to her ideas, I let her proceed with her good intentions. All in all, it seemed to behold temporal relief and perhaps multiple sessions could lead to greater results. Expanding on my list of alternative methods, my research findings included: colour therapy (glasses in multiple colour shades that one would wear to alter their moods/ seeing specifically everything in that chosen colour), homeopathy, naturopathy, crystal healing, art therapy through painting, music therapy through sound, staring out into the pitch darkness for a series of 10 minutes, tiger balm relieving ointment, sleep trials (changing pillows or various positions), deep breathing exercises, tea studies and food trials. A friend suggested going to see an ancient specialist from the world of eastern medicine who works out of Fuji Herbs (3636 Steeles Ave East, Toronto, Ontario) for $40 per visit/ session.