“I Bet You Didn’t Know ‘White-Out’ is a Potent Healing Agent”

I bet you didn’t know adding ‘White-Out’ to your infamous bag of tricks will change your life. Yep, that and Duck Tape. Remember it can do everything from saving you from alien attacks to taping back aging sags. Not the White-Out of course but good ol’ Duck Tape.

Back to the White-Out. Funny when I wrote White-Out, I heard ‘Wipe-Out’ in my mind. You remember the infamous song by the Safaris?

Ironically the two have a similar vibe, a connection. Wiping out or ‘whiting out’  the negatives in our lives really puts us in a new groove, a new space to invite happiness, health and vitality in. It allows room for new ideas, inventions, thoughts and emotion to fill our minds, our beings.

I taught myself this trick years ago. I was extremely angry with my husband’s best man at our wedding. He brought (are your truly ready for this?) not only gallons of alcohol to our wedding, but also cocaine. I was livid. (I have never done any kind of drugs in my life – this was blasphemous to me, a total slap of disrespect.) I wasn’t truly aware of what was going on as the bridesmaids and I were doing other things during the day, however my intuition was on high alert. When my soon-to-be-husband showed up, burnt like a lobster, a vacant smile on his face, I knew I was in trouble.  During the ceremony, the minister had to remind him to say “I do” and put the ring on my left hand, not my right. Needless to say, I was deeply hurt, angry and sad, our ‘day’ was blighted with such stupid behavior. I have to admit, it took me two years to get past this emotionally. It isn’t easy to let go and forgive.

I knew I had to change my reaction, my thoughts, so I could move forward and be happy. Torturing myself wasn’t the answer by reliving the event over and over. Instead, I chose to place the best man (my husband too) up against a white wall in my mind. I took a gallon of paint or ‘White-Out’ and began to color over his face, their faces, carving a smiley face to remind me of happy memories. Every day I did this. I took five, ten sometimes fifteen minutes visualizing the process, till I could not longer see the negative, the emotional hurts. Till he was totally ‘whited-out’ of my emotional fields and became invisible. I did this till it was no longer an issue in my heart. It worked.

Whiting-out someone or something takes dedication and perseverance. It’s you who sets the stage to make it happen. Utilize a coffee break, sitting at the DMV, waiting in line, to paint, white-out and improve your memories of tragic, sad, unhappy or unhealthy events and people. Then it’s time to bring out the box of crayons, the paint box of colors to begin to design a new model, a happy memory to replace the old.

Paint Your Life in Full Color

Paint Your Life in Full Color

Trust me, it works.

Cosmic sunshine to you.

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About Candia Sanders

I love life! I love the abundance, beauty, magnificence, color, emotions, prolific sensuous joys, relationships, animals, nature, spiritual "magic"- the Aliveness - of which humanness reveals. Combine that with sharp, keen intuitive insight and it's a recipe for fun in the fast lane. Intuitive since young, combined with a natural ability to heal has created an arena where possibilities are open and opportunities abound. International Intuitive and Energetic Healer, Medical Intuitive, Psychic
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3 Responses to “I Bet You Didn’t Know ‘White-Out’ is a Potent Healing Agent”

  1. Pingback: “I Bet You Didn’t Know ‘White-Out’ is a Potent Healing Agent” | Candia Sanders' Beyond Z Productions

  2. Yaz says:

    What a disappointment for you Candia, the wedding and all. Did you ever examine what the event was pointing to? I mean in terms of the journey you and your husband would take and the addictions they would reveal (I don’t mean substance addiction)? We all have to look at that, no matter how good our relationships are. I love the white-out visualization. I actually thought you were going to reveal that the product itself could heal pimples or something! Thanks Candia. Lots of love.

  3. Yaz, you are so empathetic. Thanks for asking the question as I did examine the subject from every angle. There are many levels to this – the addictions in my own family, alcohol being one of them, to my ‘former’ husband being a work-aholic, and caring more about what others think of him than what our children and I thought. In regards to myself, I have had to ask myself why I would choose someone so emotionally unavailable? I made up for it in spades with my second husband; he’s an emotional volcano and roller coaster, however I much prefer it as I know exactly where he is mentally and emotionally daily. 🙂 Both of these men have represented different aspects, different threads of family belief which needed healing within myself. It hasn’t been easy however it’s been good.

    Yaz, you are such a sweetheart, I hope one day our paths will cross in person. I would so enjoy having time together to share the multiple stories of our lives. You with a major loss in your life, your son, I can’t even imagine the depth of your emotional learning curve. Sending you big hugs!

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