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Archive for December, 2012


Thursday, December 20th, 2012

Sally Stubbs

Libby’s Story
Here for you, to uplift your heart, as it does mine, is a profound story, Libby’s story.
If you don’t shed a soft tear or two at Libby’s story, and her exquisite way of talking, I promise you I will eat my hat!
Libby wanted her story in her own name.
I haven’t met Libby yet, though I have ‘journeyed’ with her and ‘beside’ her for one hundred and twenty days on my CD course; “You Can Grow Your Own Hair.”
I will meet her soon; I’m going to give her a hug.
Libby tells you her story, she wrote it for me and sent it in the post. It was really brilliant to open, neatly hand written on sheets of pale blue paper.
“My name is Libby and I am fifty three years old. I consider myself to be a nice person, you see I had to learn to love myself; my childhood was so hard, I never ever felt loved.
Then my first husband was a control freak. For thirteen years I just existed. I was continuously beaten up, and I was also put down with every word he ever spoke to me.
When I finally got out of that I made a promise to myself to trust only in myself.
Life on the outside got easier, but on the inside I was crying and crying all the time.
By 1999 my parents were dead and by 2006 I had lost my brother and my sister.
I had lovely people beside me, my second husband and my three children. And yet I still felt the crying and crying going on and on inside me.
From 2006 I threw myself into work, doing two part time jobs and wedding buffets at weekends. All this was just activity, no time for reflection, just work keeping me on my feet, keeping me constantly busy and so stopping me from thinking about the past.
But you see, I know that this was just ‘papering over the cracks’, and not bringing any kind of healing for me to my past, not helping me move on into what I had, in the present, which is a good life with my lovely husband and my lovely children.
I just kept on working I just kept on and on going and going to try to save me from the pain of thinking of the years gone by.
Then in February 2010 I was diagnosed with alopecia and within eight weeks I was totally, totally bald.
I was completely devastated. I did not have any faith in the doctors, why should I, they were not helpful.
I read about an alopecia club in the town where I live and I thought: “If I go along maybe they, or someone could help me….”
I went along and I told the group that I do not trust people easily. I made a friend and I was put in contact with Sally Stubbs.
But here I was, having to think about putting my trust in a complete stranger. Could I trust Sally to help?
But what more did I have to lose; I mean I’d lost all my hair, which is so devastating, I mean a totally devastating thing, to lose all your hair.
A leaflet arrived with Sally’s CD course which said “You Can Grow Your Own Hair”
I thought, if only I could. I thought, if I do this one hundred and twenty day course what will happen?
Well this is what happened. On May 15th 2010 I made my mind up to do the course. I listened every day, I worked on my journal, I listened to the stories and to the relaxations, very soon I got to feel really focused and wanting to do it.
And, within two weeks I noticed changes like my nails were stronger, which I strangely knew meant an emotional change and strengthening for me and there were tiny little hairs on my bald head.
Then I thought if I continue, if I just trust in Sally’s work to help me, something good can continue to happen for me.
And wow, by the ninth part of my course, which was on day eighty one, I really did understand the importance of trust. I also knew by then that every single hair I had lost represented every pain that I had ever felt and suffered. Yes, that’s right I knew that I had suffered thousands of pains.
My emotional pain has healed now, it’s like it has mysteriously been acknowledged, honoured, like my pains have been witnessed or respected and so they are gone.
When I started Sally’s CD course I had some edible seeds, which I had hoped against hope would help my hair to grow if I ate them. I took those seeds and planted them in a plant pot, they became a kind of symbol for me, if the seeds grow so will my hair.
Sally taught me a lot, about belief, especially belief in your self, whilst I was doing her course on the CD’s.
I have this thought now which is, if I believe in my self then I will achieve.
And yes the plant pot is full of lovely purple flowers and yes my head is full of lovely hair.
The course is like an exciting journey, a bit like the Matrix film for me, I listened to the course a couple of times and I was hooked, I was excited I wanted to know and learn and achieve more and more. I find myself smiling a lot of the time, I can now tell myself: If I look up to the stars I will smile if I keep looking down I will frown.
I find myself helping other people with my knowledge from Sally’s CD course.
I’d like to tell you one of my stories, it’s about an elderly gentleman who I work with, he is eighty nine and he is crippled with arthritis, he can use his walking frame.
He used to play the trumpet in a band, a man full of music and rhythm.
He loves the rock and roll years and he loved to dance.
But he told me that he can’t walk let alone dance anymore.
I found myself saying to him, “does your brain want to dance but your body believes it can’t?”
He said yes, that’s right. I replied: “Focus your mind that you can get up and dance….”
And he got up, with a little help from me and then he did dance, he rocked to rock around the clock. How brilliant is that.
As he sat down he cried tears of absolute joy.”
I want to hug Sally. I cannot thank her enough. She helped me to find my self.
There aren’t enough thanks in the world for Sally, because finding your self is invaluable.
No more loss for me.
I had lost my self that’s why I had lost my hair.”
If I look up to the stars I will smile if I keep looking down I will frown.”
Libby Bolton
“If I believe in my self I will achieve.”
Libby Bolton
I won’t be eating my hat!!

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Thinking of you warmly,
Sally Stubbs
Cures that Endure

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Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Hi Everyone

I am going to discuss with you ‘the walls of Jericho’ – as a truly valuable metaphor, so please forgive me if you are an archeologist or biblical scholar.
So briefly, historically, the Hebrew people were making their way to their home land, and Jericho the walled city presented a huge obstacle. The ‘walls’ of doubt, despair and fear had to go!
As a metaphor the ‘walls of Jericho’ are our doubts, despairs and fears that are preventing us from coming ‘home’ and being ‘at home’ with our self. Preventing us from being happy, safe, in harmonious relationship with our self, secure in ‘our own skin’
‘Home’ with our self where we were intended to be.
Carl Jung’s work called this state; Individuation.

I’m paraphrasing a Jungian here as an overview of Individuation:
‘Besides achieving physical and mental health, people who have advanced towards individuation, become harmonious, mature, responsible, they promote freedom and justice …….’
I like this one that I’m about to tell you.
A couple of years ago a client mentioned Individuation, he was frowning and looked very puzzled, then suddenly a ‘light bulb’ went on, he said to me:
“Oh, that means my Intended Being.”
My hair and skin stood happily ‘on end’ at the awesome beauty and clarity of these words. Being who we are Intended to be, is to be ‘be at Home’ free to be in harmony with ourself.
So the people were journeying home to the Promised Land, their psychological ‘Home’ and the walls of doubts, despair and fears were stopping them.
For ‘seven days and seven nights’ they walked round and round the walls, searching for the solution and resolution.
For some of my clients ‘seven days and seven nights’ has felt like a life time.
‘Who would have though it’ – they blew a trumpet and the walls fell down!
And that’s certainly thinking differently!
That is a top Ingredient of all my Work, to assist thinking really differently.
Absolutely everyone who has Worked with me 1:1 or with my audio courses, tells me, ‘I never would have thought of it like that before…’
That’s it you see, as we think the same old same old ways, even the ways of ‘eye of a newt and powdered chicken bones’! We get the same old same old results.
Maybe I’m ‘mixing my metaphors’!!! But Stephen Richards blew a Trumpet for me!
Stephen is no ‘light weight’ he is seriously successful. He is also exceedingly generous; I’ve called him a Knight Shining Light. You can find Stephen on

My walls around ‘Jericho’ were not of doubts, fear or despair! But were a row of my ‘soap boxes’ of frustration from which I call out: “We can cure psychological emotional and psychosomatic suffering, and keep the cure – and come ‘home’ to be our self….’
Enjoy! Any comments you may have to improve will be gratefully received by us.
Many Thanks
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Thursday, December 6th, 2012

A Winning Submission
Hi Everyone
A different letter from me today. No hard thinking involved! A beautiful, romantic, wondering ‘Ode to And’ from Susie – thank you Susie:

We stayed up all night and talked and talked and then as the dawn began to break and the birds began to sing we decided to take a walk along the riverside where mama duck was leading her ducklings.
It was such a beautiful morning and the sunlight was dappling through the trees like a beacon and it was sooooo cold, but, because like a bat out of hell came the most horrendous storm with winds blowing and gales so forceful that we decided to head back indoors………………..……………………… However, if we had stayed outside ………… we could have watched a young family of ducklings swim frantically along the fast river following mama duck. ….We could have seen in the hedgerow a spider weaving its web and making the most intricate and delicate of patterns after which we could have snuggled together and kept warm and toasty as we sat on a nearby river seat and felt the snow flurries start to flutter gently down from the sky and have been quite happy just being together not saying a word feeling those snow flurries touching the skin softly on our faces and as we turned and smiled at each other and looked into one another’s eyes the palpable tension,.. tender and gently we could have tentatively stroked each others skin and then our hands could have become entwined for eternity and eventually our lips could tenderly meet skin upon skin lip upon lip tongue upon tongue and we could have melted like the snow flurries around us and then the words I had been waiting to hear: ‘will you spend the rest of your life with me”?
Can one imagine if one had used the word but in that first sentence then most probably the lovers would have run inside to take shelter to keep dry and warm .
Thankfully ‘but’ was not used instead ‘and’ continued on our ‘wee’ journey/walk to the end which turned out to be magical.”

Thank you again Susie. The power of ‘and’ hey?
Susie’s Ode is a ‘sliding doors’ story.
The ‘but’ its cold took this couple onto an entirely different path; ….we must go indoors, where we miss those magic moments Susie painted for us.
The path of: Its cold – ‘and’ we can snuggle up for our warmth goes somewhere entirely different!
It is so worth us stopping to think about our own ‘ands’ and ‘buts’.
I’ve had such a ‘sliding doors’ experience.
I was packing one evening, December 1992, to fly to Cape Town to meet Mike for a few weeks adventure in the African Bush.
(Not everyone’s Dream I know – it certainly was mine).
That evening, as I packed my case, I felt really anxious as I thought “I so want to be with Mike BUT I’m being irresponsible, leaving my clients …..”
That BUT in my thinking caused me to pick up the phone, honest truth, and dial Mike in Cape Town. I was on the last digit of his number, about to cancel meeting up with him when I thought; “Hang on….. I so want to be with Mike, go on this adventure – AND – I can check out what I’m feeling about being irresponsible…”
There was an unconscious belief in me driving that BUT! I’ve told this story before, and, maybe it’s worth telling again when I write to you.
Mike said if I’d made the call to cancel meeting him, he’d probably have filled the time with a girl who was saucily chasing him and have been ‘lost’ to me.
Mike & I had only known each other a few weeks at that time. Sliding doors! I have had exactly 20 years of adventure! And, more adventures to come! My gratitude to ‘and’ I could say is immeasurable………..
My wish for you is that you will stop a moment and check out your own ‘ands’ and ‘buts’ – for your self.

So for her Ode Susie won the CD / MP3 course of her choice.
If you’re interested I have an offer on my course; Don’t Wait to Lose Weight, £10.00 off.
The code you need and link to purchase it online at the discount price is available from here~:
Thinking of you warmly,
Sally Stubbs
Cures that Endure

My personal and private e mail:



Wednesday, December 5th, 2012


Sally Stubbs

Hi Everyone
Sorry I’ve ‘been off the radar’ for a couple of weeks. It’s been ‘full on’ here!
I have been thinking so much about my conversations with my friend, the Little Girl, the one who is excited about learning sums. In case you did not get those two letters from me, she’s the amazing Little Girl who says: ‘There’s an eagle that can ‘see’ everybody’s unique ‘Me’ ‘. She explained this by saying:’…. if I dropped an eyelash in a shop, and some other people also dropped an eyelash in a shop, the eagle can ‘see’ this eyelash belongs to this person and that eyelash belongs to that person…’ And I reckoned she was talking about ‘seeing’ DNA!
So, are you up for getting serious!
Let’s consider this:
Every part of your body vibrates to its own rhythm. Your brain has a unique set of brain waves. In neuroscience, there are five distinct brain wave frequencies, namely Beta, Alpha, Theta, Delta and the lesser known Gamma.
Each frequency, measured in cycles per second (Hz), has its own set of characteristics representing a specific level of brain activity and hence a unique state of consciousness.
Theta (4-7.5Hz): Theta brain waves are present during deep meditation and light sleep, including the REM dream state. Theta is the realm of your unconscious mind. A sense of deep spiritual connection and oneness with the Universe can be experienced at Theta. Your mind’s most deep-seated programs are all in Theta.
Delta (0.5-4Hz): The Delta frequency is the slowest and is present in deep, dreamless sleep and in very deep meditation where awareness is completely detached. Delta is the realm of your deep unconscious mind. It is the gateway to the Universal mind and the collective unconscious whereby information received is otherwise unavailable at the conscious level.
Beta (12-30Hz): Beta brain waves are associated with normal waking consciousness and a heightened state of alertness, logic and critical reasoning. As you go about your daily activities you are at Beta. Although important for effectively functioning in everyday life, higher Beta levels translate into stress, anxiety and restlessness. With the majority of adults primarily operating at Beta during their waking hours it is little wonder that stress is today’s most common health problem. The voice of Beta is the little nagging chatterbox of your inner critic, which becomes louder and more relentless the higher you go in the range.
Now, here’s the point: Young children’s brains, up until around the age of 7, are functioning in Theta and Delta. Their brain’s and therefore their unconscious mind has very little in the way of logical filters.
So, into a young child’s unconscious mind goes, mostly unfiltered, the beliefs of the important adults in their life.
Many of those beliefs, from mostly well meaning adults, are not constructive, are not validating, are not fully celebrating of a young child’s life!
Look, I really want you to feel comfortable with what I’m saying so we can take all this seriously! I’m a parent! Before I got into all this kind of work that I now do, I was a young Mum – imposing my unconscious beliefs on my ‘wide open’ kids.
I’ve been busy helping my kids undo some of their non constructive belief systems…….
This is what I really want to say, I was ‘blown away’ a few years ago when I started reading some of the massive research of a Russian neuroscience programme on how our DNA reacts positively and negatively to sound. I think this is major……
So, when our voices speak to our kids and say non constructive stuff – what if, like the Little Girl’s eagle, we could see how our kids DNA are reacting! Imagine that! Wouldn’t every adult shut up with the destructive stuff!
I read this profile on Twitter yesterday, the guy said:
I’m into weapons of mass construction! I sent him a congratulations tweet!
The next thing I’m pursuing is: Do our thoughts have sounds?
Fancy joining me in finding out? Because if our thoughts do have sounds – we’ll all be working pretty quickly to changing a lot of our thoughts – and assisting our own DNA, as well as our kids, to be constructive…….
Please email me your thoughts  – my private email address.
Oh and another web site for you to have a look at:

Thinking of you warmly,
Sally Stubbs
Cures that Endure