* Course updated Feb 26, 2015
A new section (Case Studies) and three new lectures!
- Decisive Understanding and Action are critical to a decent recovery -
This course covers toxic mold, and informs the student of the first steps to take upon discovery, and how to approach and proceed towards recovery.
Mold toxicity syndrome is a widespread problem, indeed an epidemic, and it is poorly understood. Many doctors are largely unfamiliar with the effects of mold and so the wide range of symptoms that show up in patients are frequently misdiagnosed.
Toxic mold is the root cause of symptoms as diverse as:
It is bound to be a stressful time when you find that your body, and perhaps your mind, are malfunctioning. If you are in a living space that is toxic, and all of your possessions are contaminated, again, it is bound to be a very stressful time. It helps dramatically to be well informed!
This course recognizes that someone with the challenge of mold should clearly understand, as soon as possible, the severity of the condition, what they can do about it, and where to go next on their healing journey. This course presents the allopathic and alternative medical approaches to recovery from the patient's perspective so that one can become an effective advocate for one's own health.
About an hour and a half of video lectures are included that cover:
All referenced products, tests, and treatments are indexed in the PDF at the end of the course. Feedback is appreciated and will be added to this course in Bonus sections.
This course will put you on track to return to health. There is a lot of information in this course that could, quite possibly, strongly influence your recovery...
In this lecture, we set expectations for the amount of difficulty that could be involved in dealing with mold. Different people have different experiences, but be prepared to act with resolute efficiency.
What is most important in dealing with mold?
This lecture begins the focus on the things that we can do to support the health of our body. The stomach is where we bind the mold so that it can be excreted, and healthy liver function is primary for immune function.
In order to get the mold out of our body
Mold usually enters the body through the respiratory system. If it colonizes there, we have a battle to engage.
Mold can live inside of us!
This lecture covers things that we can do to strengthen ourselves to tolerate mold, reject the mold, and deal with allergies.
Here we cover recognizing and responding to the mental affects of mold, and ammeliorating the affects that it can have on our energy.
The first case study is me... my symptoms and the trajectory of healing.
My twin brother has mold sensitivity as well, but our experiences are very different.
An assortment of cases that demonstrate the variety of experiences.
Mark Johnson, with a degree in computer science, has been teaching for over twenty years. He created the official training courses for two of the first Java Application servers (NetDynamics and Apptivity) and provided training throughout Europe and North America. He has been the technical lead for numerous high profile projects included a leading counter-terrorism application, the Internet Archive's book scanning project, and currently, the world's largest research database of ants (Antweb).
His passions includes the efficient functioning of the "human" computer, and his professional trainings include certification as a hypnotherapist, a somatic coach, an integral coach, and as an NLP practitioner. He has had over seven years of training in the Diamond Approach path of personal development, and three years of training as a teacher in that tradition. His 12 years of meditation experience includes long retreats in the Buddhist, Amazonian and Diamond Approach traditions. Mark has been teaching on personal development topics including coaching, EFT and hypnotherapy for over five years.
In his private practice he offers remote assistance to clients working through trauma.