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santina
Thursday, May 15, 2014, 8:41am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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so, it began with an acute pain due to the anal fissures: and blood and so much pain that i can't tell you enough!
then i decided to have a look back to swami and take measurement once again.

i found a very good video on youtube and that one helped me a lot.
at the end of the day i changed even my head (it seems it's smaller now)...
and- to make a long story short - after fingers, waist and whatever else, my GT turned to be Explorer instead than Teacher.
soy is a black dot, and aloe too, and mace too.
i used them all every day as diamonds!!
today is another day, since this morning i feel just different, maybe my body is happy too.

thank you to client service to change a field unlocked in no time at all.
thank you PCUK to assist me in that difficult moment.


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welcome in our club privé ...btw.. P.D. once asked nicely... it depends how much is it you... ....


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welcome in our club privé ...btw.. P.D. once asked nicely... it depends how much is it you... ....


glad to be an explorer, even though 39% is not that great percentage!


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glad to be an explorer, even though 39% is not that great percentage!

That is where SWAMI is so wonderful, mixing the proper proportions of BTD and GTD just for you!


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santina, this happened to me when I  did my own measuring and got my first SWAMI.  I thought I
was a Warrior and followed the wrong diet for 18 months....then decided to have my husband help
me re-measure and measurements were different. When I entered everything into my intake
form, I came up as aTeacher but if I changed one value, I was an Explorer.  Then I went to the clinic and got a professional SWAMI and I'm following a personalized diet that doesn't look very Teacher-like from the book (no cheese)  but combines a bit of all
genotypes just a little....focusing on some important aspects of the Teacher diet but mostly on
foods and GH combos for cell re-methylation..... and I even got back yogurt as a beneficial which is a Warrior bene....So, although we focus here on what genotype we're called, Dr. D prefers to just say we're getting a highly personalized diet that combines the BTD with our GT. Out of 12 million people, no two would ever have
the same SWAMI.  Learned that at the clinic.

I feel when anyone is having continual health issues and compliantly following their SWAMI, it's time to consider starting from scratch and making sure all measurements were done correctly.  It's never to late to get it right and start feeling better. It's happened to many of us!  Good luck with your new diet!  


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santina, this happened to me when I  did my own measuring and got my first SWAMI.  I thought I
was a Warrior and followed the wrong diet for 18 months....then decided to have my husband help
me re-measure and measurements were different. When I entered everything into my intake
form, I came up as aTeacher but if I changed one value, I was an Explorer.  Then I went to the clinic and got a professional SWAMI and I'm following a personalized diet that doesn't look very Teacher-like from the book (no cheese)  but combines a bit of all
genotypes just a little....focusing on some important aspects of the Teacher diet but mostly on
foods and GH combos for cell re-methylation..... and I even got back yogurt as a beneficial which is a Warrior bene....So, although we focus here on what genotype we're called, Dr. D prefers to just say we're getting a highly personalized diet that combines the BTD with our GT. Out of 12 million people, no two would ever have
the same SWAMI.  Learned that at the clinic.

I feel when anyone is having continual health issues and compliantly following their SWAMI, it's time to consider starting from scratch and making sure all measurements were done correctly.  It's never to late to get it right and start feeling better. It's happened to many of us!  Good luck with your new diet!  


well...i'm thinking to go to the clinic too!
actually i'm going to NY next month, any suggestion how to get there?is it complicated to arrange a visit?
thank you so much for your support


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HI Santina--I'm in NYC right now for a visit and would love a visit to the clinic, but obviously I needed to make an appointment (way) in advance--at least that's what I was told last fall when I called.  Go for it.  See if you can get an appointment and one of the NY folks here will tell you how to best get over to Bridgeport.  Pretty close to NYC.  People commute back and forth from CT to NY daily.  Should be easy. The appointment may be the bigger challenge.
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well...i'm thinking to go to the clinic too!
actually i'm going to NY next month, any suggestion how to get there?is it complicated to arrange a visit?
thank you so much for your support


You would have to call for an appointment but it's generally easy to see the shift.

Here's how to contact the clinic..

http://www.dadamo.com/patients.html

As for how you actually get to Bridgeport, CT.....It depends on where in NY you're going to be. I happen to live 40 miles from the clinic so this makes it an easy one hour drive....some highway, some back  roads.....I wouldn't know what public transportation goes from NYC to Bridgeport, CT.

If you get an appointment, you will be sent a form to fill out and included is instructions to the
clinic. I know DOS and Goldie have been to the clinic....and they might have suggestions for you as
to the best way to travel there....You could start a thread and ask for input or PM either of them, or
both.

It's 62 miles from NYC to Bridgeport, CT
http://www.google.com/search?q=how+far+is+NYC+from+Bridgeport%2C+CT&sa=GO

I hadn't considered it might be difficult to get an appointment.  I generally make them 6 months in advance.
In summer months, I'm thinking there are less students around...so dunno....call to ask..Good luck!  





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thank you Chloe, very very very much appreciated!
i'll try to contact them via e-mail
you said 6 months in advance...wow, i never thought about it
nevertheless i'll try anyway


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glad to be an explorer, even though 39% is not that great percentage!


This is no problem. It is a measurement, not a test score.  






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This is no problem. It is a measurement, not a test score.  



oh yes of course! i wonder if there is any who is 80% or maybe more compliant to any  Geno Types.. it could be so cool


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i wonder if there is any who is 80% or maybe more compliant to any  Geno Types..

Here is a thread where people reported their %...

The highest I saw is 60%, but there may be someone who's characteristics fit the profile better and they haven't reported it.
http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1297990049/


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thank you Chloe, very very very much appreciated!
i'll try to contact them via e-mail
you said 6 months in advance...wow, i never thought about it
nevertheless i'll try anyway


You're welcome....In truth, my husband I go to the clinic for appointments every 6 months....and although I am
sort of making an appointment for 6 months into the future when I'm there, the office
isn't capable of assigning us an actual date and time.  It's due to the shift itself...Dr.D's schedule,
which 6 months in advance isn't set in stone....The shift is comprised of students who go to
the University of Bridgeport (on the same campus as the clinic) and Dr. D is oe of their professors.....and the students in their 3rd and 4th year of education, work with Dr. D in small groups and see each and every patient....  It's more cost effective this way, but
also a valuable way for Dr. D to prepare these students for their future as NDs...using his teachings in generative medicine and his specific office practices so in the real world they
are fully prepared before they get out and do this on their own...
Often the students aren't available in summer....some are off....some graduate and then the new
semester begins and when we learn when that is, we can make an appointment but sometimes it's
8 prior,.not really 6 months..  So right now, we're going back to see the shift in August, but I don't know the date or time...I just told the office manager to let us know when the calendar is open for taking August appointments. And sometimes Dr. D is traveling, lecturing, doing things where an appointment date I'd choose might not work for him.  It's probably easier to get an appointment closer to when you want an appointment than the way we're doing it.  And just so you know, we never see the same shift students twice.  It's always rotating.  And that's a good thing...gives many different students a chance to have a voice on your specific issues.

Sorry this is so lengthy the way I explained it....but I guess without having ever made a trip
to the clinic, someone would have to share the way things generally work.



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You're welcome....In truth, my husband I go to the clinic for appointments every 6 months....and although I am
sort of making an appointment for 6 months into the future when I'm there, the office
isn't capable of assigning us an actual date and time.  It's due to the shift itself...Dr.D's schedule,
which 6 months in advance isn't set in stone....The shift is comprised of students who go to
the University of Bridgeport (on the same campus as the clinic) and Dr. D is oe of their professors.....and the students in their 3rd and 4th year of education, work with Dr. D in small groups and see each and every patient....  It's more cost effective this way, but
also a valuable way for Dr. D to prepare these students for their future as NDs...using his teachings in generative medicine and his specific office practices so in the real world they
are fully prepared before they get out and do this on their own...
Often the students aren't available in summer....some are off....some graduate and then the new
semester begins and when we learn when that is, we can make an appointment but sometimes it's
8 prior,.not really 6 months..  So right now, we're going back to see the shift in August, but I don't know the date or time...I just told the office manager to let us know when the calendar is open for taking August appointments. And sometimes Dr. D is traveling, lecturing, doing things where an appointment date I'd choose might not work for him.  It's probably easier to get an appointment closer to when you want an appointment than the way we're doing it.  And just so you know, we never see the same shift students twice.  It's always rotating.  And that's a good thing...gives many different students a chance to have a voice on your specific issues.

Sorry this is so lengthy the way I explained it....but I guess without having ever made a trip
to the clinic, someone would have to share the way things generally work.


God blessed you!
thank you soooooo much, actually only now i really understood how it works..
but yet i wrote to them, i hope in a reply---


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dearest santina... don't worry... you're going to wonder about all kinds of reactions..sooon ......
btw... my explorer percentage also is about yours... the otherones conists' out of 3 others... and what else... ... the typical *blo..explomade* ... ...........


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glad to be an explorer, even though 39% is not that great percentage!


If you were equal parts of all genotypes, each would be only 16.6% , so 39% explorer is actually a fairly strong indicator. If the remaining genotypes were equal, they would each comprise only 12.2% of the 61% remainder.

This is completely specious reasoning, of course, but helps to illustrate that the individual's genotype is relative to more than just his or her archetype.  





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nope dearle.. it would be 25% if all would be very balanced .... ...
as P.D. once mentioned... it depends how much *is it You (zz) ... and I'm merely persuated.. those archetypes correspond more and merely into..onto our psychegrams ...

p.s.

alway due to our *believe-systems * ...


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HI Santina--I'm in NYC right now for a visit and would love a visit to the clinic, but obviously I needed to make an appointment (way) in advance--at least that's what I was told last fall when I called.  Go for it.  See if you can get an appointment and one of the NY folks here will tell you how to best get over to Bridgeport.  Pretty close to NYC.  People commute back and forth from CT to NY daily.  Should be easy. The appointment may be the bigger challenge.


Hi Susan, sorry for delay, i didn't read your post!!!!
how is it NY? what about the weather? i hope you are enjoying the city---the spring can only make it more beautiful.
i wrote to the clinic, i'm waiting for an answer even though i'm pretty sure that to get an appointment in a short period could be just a miracle....anyway who knows?
please, let me give/send you a very very big hug


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Hi Susan, sorry for delay, i didn't read your post!!!!
how is it NY? what about the weather? i hope you are enjoying the city---the spring can only make it more beautiful.
i wrote to the clinic, i'm waiting for an answer even though i'm pretty sure that to get an appointment in a short period could be just a miracle....anyway who knows?
please, let me give/send you a very very big hug


Santina--I believe in miracles.  Let them know you are coming from Europe.  Play that up.  Hopefully they can pull some strings for you.

I'll PM you about my NYC visit.
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