The Power of Prevention

Posted by Jamie | Posted on 10-17-2014

It’s your Sea Blue Power of Prevention that wisely keeps you out of harm’s way. So how can you tell if yours needs a boost?

  • You push yourself to exhaustion and then have to spend a couple days in bed sick.
  • You like being “reckless”, but it often leads to accidents and injuries.
  • You’ve been told by the experts that overeating, drinking alcohol, and smoking isn’t good for you, but you just can’t seem to find the motivation to change those bad habits.
  • You don’t go see the chiropractor, massage therapist, acupuncturist, etc. until you’re in so much pain you can’t stand it.
  • You’re timid and shy or even afraid to go out into the world because you just feel like the world is not a safe place.
  • You worry about all the viruses going around and fear the next flu bug.

Feeling safe in this world is your birthright!
You do not need to fear attack from viruses,
mean people, pain or accidents.

Jamie here…

It’s getting to that time of year, cooler weather, holidays looming and the “dreaded” cold season.

I’d like to share a few tidbits on the subject of “catching a cold”. This phrase is one of my personal pet peeves because it somehow means that mysteriously a person has succumbed to some germ or virus in the air, on a doorknob, toilet or some other nasty place.

“I got this cold from so-and-so”. You can even blame it on your child bringing it home from school.

Here’s a little natural healing two cents coming your way….

You don’t ‘catch’ a cold or a virus or the flu. Yes, I said it.

It’s the wrong phrase, and it indicates a lack of responsibility.

It would be more true to say, “I took this virus on.” Or, even more clear, “I ran myself down, didn’t pay attention to my body’s signals, and when that virus came around, I was the perfect host.”

The critters are all around you all the time. It’s up to you whether or not you put out the welcome mat and invite them into your body for them to stay as house guests.




With your Power of Prevention strong,
your body will know which guests are welcome.


Yes, our culture is full of “victim-itis,” but you don’t have to “catch it”!! Charge up your own Power of Prevention. And when you do, you’ll….

  • Notice that little scratch in your throat, or headache, or tiredness, and so you’ll take a ‘Wellness Day’ and nip it in the bud. (Saving yourself 3 miserable sick days later in the week!)
  • Do your favorite fun activities, AND keep yourself safe in the process. Armed with your helmet, wrist guards, knee pads, and sensitivity to what’s going on around you, you’ll avoid that trip to the hospital.
  • Find the desire to treat your body like the temple it is, and break those habits that run your health into the ground.
  • Feel motivated to do regular wellness things for yourself – massage, bath soaks, exercise, eat healthy food, even see your favorite health practitioner – before your body is screaming in pain.
  • Feel confident of your health and the strength of your immune system, and know how to avoid any sickness that might be “going around.”
  • Go out and participate in life, trusting your ability to take care of yourself in any situation.

It’s true…an ounce of Prevention is worth a pound of cure. Avoid the misery!


2 ways to boost your Sea Blue Power of Prevention:


#1: Do you feel like you are always hiding out to protect yourself from harm? Here’s an affirmation you can begin using:

“I am safe.”

We recommend saying and singing it, 7 times daily or when you need to remind yourself that you are safe – physically, emotionally, and psychically. All is well.

#2: Keep a bottle of Prevention Vibrancy Essence close at hand this week. Whenever you notice that you’re starting to feel afraid of what might happen to you, take 7 drops. Then tune in and ask yourself what you need to do to look out for your wellbeing.

Be proactive!
When you feel safe, you can truly blossom.


“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest her or his
patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet,
and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

~ Thomas Edison

Be well!

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