A Note on Creativity and Health
by Melissa Hayes, M.S.
It is good to have outlets to express ourselves.
This can be anything: going for a walk, playing music, singing, gardening, dancing, lifting weights, drawing, cooking, laughing, painting, spending time with loved ones, woodworking, pottery, volunteering, home repairs, spending time with animals, working on a passion project, playing sports, playing games, writing, etc.
Anything that takes some of the electric charge from inside our bodies and dispels it outwards into the Universe. It doesn't need a recipient or a witness, and we don't need to be "good" at it.
It took me a long time to learn this lesson.
I used to enjoy writing for fun. This was one of the first things to go when my body entered a state of chronic inflammation and electrosensitivity. It took every ounce of my energy to get through the day, and this is still challenging at times. There was none of me left over for creativity and enjoyment.
I admire those who are able to stay creative into the depths of their illness. I became very silent in the creative parts of myself, for years. Or perhaps more accurately, the physical pain became the loudest thing I could experience and feel.
I know I am not alone on this path.
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Excess Wireless Radiation has real-time implications for our societal, educational, medical, and behavioral health challenges.
Research shows Wireless Radiation can negatively impact the nervous system, neurological functioning, behavior, sleep, and the overall state of biological health: https://www.americansforresponsibletech.org/scientific-studies ; https://bioinitiative.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/RFR-Neurological-Effects-Abstracts-2022.pdf ; https://bioinitiative.org/research-summaries ; https://ehtrust.org/science/recent-scientific-publications-by-the-eht-scientific-team ; https://www.saferemr.com/2022/06/recent-research-on-wireless-radiation.html
We are only as healthy as our populace. Excess Wireless Radiation is not helping to improve the collective state of our health during a public health crisis.
Many people are suffering for myriad reasons, and Wireless Radiation is an important variable to consider.
Wireless Radiation is a biological stressor variable that can be modified back to reasonable levels with collaboration and care.
We are living during a window of opportunity to protect the future health of our planet.
Having lived on both sides of the “chronic illness coin” through changing my environment, it is striking how much Wireless Radiation was negatively affecting my creativity, joy, neurodivergence, sleep, memory, vascular system, nervous system, and behavior. I can see the ways it was negatively affecting my cat’s behavior as well. She is much less aggressive and less skittish after mitigating for Wireless Radiation. Her fur thickened, her sleep regulated, she is more playful, and she now purrs multiple times throughout the day. Prior to moving to a low WiFi area, I only witnessed her purring a small handful of times in the span of seven months.
I see the improvements in both our nervous systems with less exposure to Wireless Radiation.
It is one of those things I had to experience to be able to believe. I understand the skeptics and would encourage them to live the experiment themselves. Commit to it fully.
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It wasn’t until I changed my life and environment to minimize exposures to Wireless Radiation that my body was able to re-gain enough innate equilibrium to experience joy and healing.
Only then could I become creative, receptive, and productive beyond the sensations of pain.
Joy was not something I could reach in a state of hyperinflammation.
I could only feel darkness and pain, and it reflected in my thoughts and behaviors, as it does for many others who are suffering.
If you are struggling to feel creative, struggling to be productive, struggling with your thoughts, struggling to feel well, struggling to sleep, or struggling to have enough energy to get through the day, know you are not alone.
Our environment plays a vital role in our health, and improvements are possible.
“Little by little, a little becomes a lot.” — Tanzanian proverb
If you are interested in learning more about safe technology, here are a few simple steps to get started.
Published by the Environmental Health Trust:
Infographic source: https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Safer-Tech-at-Home-Hardwire-3-PAGES.pdf
Infographic source: https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/EHT-Reduce-Cell-Phone-and-Wireless-Exposure-2-Page-PDF.pdf
I am able to look back now and have grace for myself during those years of suffering, while still learning and encouraging the re-development of those creative, joyful muscles.
Healing is a painful process in some ways, but it is the type of pain that demands to be felt. The type of pain we feel when lifting weights or accomplishing a difficult feat. The type of pain that leads to our growth.
I am grateful to be able to feel this type of pain again.
No matter the outcome.
"Love is why."
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Published by Melissa Hayes, M.S.
Reclaimed Wellness, LLC
Contact to help raise awareness on this topic: https://reclaimedwellness.org