ALTERNATIVE / HOLISTIC HEALTH CARE BY BRIDGETTE LYN DOLGOFF

Holistic / Alternative Health Care by Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff for Health (Mental, Emotional, Physical & Spiritual), Nutrition (Nutrient, Diets, Illness, Pain), Energy Medicine (Energy Fields, Body, Spirit),  Structural Medicine (Bones, Tissues, Patterns, Memory) and more For People, Animals, Communities, Environments, Personal and Business

“I cured with the power that came through me. Of course, it was not I who cured, it was the power from the Outer World, the visions and the ceremonies had only made me like a hole through which the power could come to the two-leggeds.” Black Elk

Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff Traditional Osteopath for over 25 years. Lifetime student of the old world Shamanism. Biodynamic Farmer, Nutritionist  & Farmacist.

Bridgette consults, educates, lectures and does hands of builds of food productions large and small (Urban Farm Project).

Bridgette consults, coaches, lectures, and educates with the focus on microbial, biological, nutrient-dense foods as medicine.(Nutritionist / Farmacist)

Bridgette consults, coaches, lectures, educates and hands-on when needed for people, animals, environments, personal and business to create foundations in shamanism system and practices for all aspects of daily life (Energy Medicine).

Bridgette consults, coaches, lectures, educates and works on people and animals in person. Correction of the brain connections and body connection to arrest disease (Mental, Emotional, Physical & Spiritual). Restoration of structure, body systems, and muscle memories for head trauma, injury, abuse, birth trauma and pain (Traditional Osteopath / Structural Medicine).

So long as one feeds on the food from unhealthy soil, the spirit will lack the stamina to free itself from the prison of the body. RUDOLF STEINER

MISCELLANEOUS 

Holistic / Alternative Medicine for Animals (energy, structural, nutritional, environmental)  https://coe-llc.com/traditional-osteopathic-medicine-for-animals/

Products https://ministryofconsciousnessnevada.org/shamanism-products

All things exist by agreement. Lynn Andrews

A life predicted by time. Lynn Andrews

 

MEDIA

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/user/bridgenit

Steemit https://steemit.com/@bridgenit

Revolution Radio http://freedomslips.com/index.php/schedules/schedule-a/14-sample-data-articles/103-carrying-stones-digging-holes

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bridgette.lyn.dolgoff

“In order to keep us obedient and meek and weak, the predators engaged themselves in a stupendous maneuver – stupendous, of course, from the point of view of a fighting strategist. A horrendous maneuver from the point of view of those who suffer it. They gave us their mind!  Through the mind, which, after all, is their mind, the predators inject into the lives of human beings whatever is convenient for them.” Don Juan Matus

CONTACT 

Skype Bridgneit

Phone 775.624.7862 (Please leave a message, most days out on the land, traveling and cannot answer)

Email bridgenit@gmail.com

Website Contact Page https://coe-llc.com/contact-coe-moc-rrs-bridgenit/

“We often hesitate to follow our intuition out of fear. Most usually, we are afraid of the changes in our own life that our actions will bring. Intuitive guidance, however, is all about change. It is energetic data ripe with the potential to influence the rest of the world. To fear change but to crave intuitive clarity is like fearing the cold, dark night while pouring water on the fire that lights your cave. An insight the size of a mustard seed is powerful enough to bring down a mountain-sized illusion that may be holding our lives together. Truth strikes without mercy. We fear our intuitions because we fear the transformational power within our revelations.” Caroline Myss

 

AFFILIATED WEBSITES

Ministry Of Consciousness https://ministryofconsciousnessnevada.org/

Consciousness Of Economics & Urban Farm Project https://consciousnessofeconomics.com/ 

“Through consciousness, our minds have the power to change our planet and ourselves. It is time we heed the wisdom of the ancient indigenous people and channel our consciousness and spirit to tend the garden and not destroy it. “ Bruce Lipton

BY APPOINTMENT (in person, video call and on site)

Services can be paid for through Pay Pal : 1) by sending you an email invoice & 2) Purchase Center Menu on the bottom of all pages on https://coe-llc.com/

First Appointment by Zoom Meeting $50 USD

Continued Sessions by Zoom Meeting $80 USD per Hour

Hands-On Sessions (in person) $100 USD per Hour

Traveling Sessions can include hourly rate, gas, lodging, food, and supplies.

“What you are seeing and hearing right now is nothing but a dream. You are dreaming right now in this moment. You are dreaming with the brain awake.”
Miguel Ruiz

ZOOM MEETINGS

Zoom Meetings are private online video calls used by Bridgette. Once you book an appointment she will send you a link for the private appointment by zoom, in which you click on to go live for the meeting. It is best to download zoom ahead of time so that the link will take you right to the meeting.

For long distant appointments using PC please download zoom meeting: https://zoom.us/zoomrooms/software for I Phone or I Pad https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/zoompresence/id900259081?ls=1&mt=8

“The farmer, meditating between the realms of nature (mineral, plant, animal, and human)—is thus creating a new agriculture, since he influences processes [i.e., the intake of cosmic forces, and the sending up of earth forces] that give rise to plant life which in turn supports more developed….forms of life….For the future evolution of the earth, man is now really the responsible…actor regarding processes in nature.” Sean O’Connor and Micahel Just

Just When…

Gardening with Jannie

Just when your garden is struggling and your enthusiasm is at an all-time low, something or someone steps into your path and shares with you something that sets that spark alight. This happened this Saturday at our LLano farmers market. Elizabeth Mcmahon “Beth” horticulture county extension agent for Gilespie county, regularly comes to Llano farmers market and has her lovely produce for sale. This Saturday she had potatoes. And not any old potatoes, there were 4 “new to this gardener” varieties available. Purple Viking potato, truly a beautiful purple with lighter colors mottled and swirled. To salon pink. They are creamy white sweet and buttery. All-purpose potato with long shelf life and are scab and somewhat leafhopper resistant. Next, she pulled out Harlequin Gold a new variety that is heat tolerant. Pink and yellow skin mottled, large and good keepers, A beautiful potato. Next came a bag of German Butterball. This has been grown for a long time but new to me. A small round potato with yellow buttery flesh. They say they are good on the grill. I boiled them and did a course mash with lots of butter and sea salt. Fantastic. All of these potatoes she purchased from “Grand Teton organic seed potatoes “online. You will be inspired to see all the variety there and from what she grew I would say they are a good place to get your seed potatoes and again get inspired. Another potato came out of her bag, Mountain Rose, WOW! This one is spectacular. A brand new bright red inside and out. And she said they are excellent for homemade potato chips. Bonus! I will be making some of those. She bought them from “Potato Garden” online. All in all, it has been a very excellent Farmers Market especially when Beth arrives. You just never know when inspiration will arrive just when you need it. And now newly inspired I am planning on these potatoes to go in the garden. Take a minute and go these websites and have a look. Another special treat she sells is Kohlrabi. Let’s take a look at this plant. Greman turnip or Turnip cabbage. Brassica oleracea, a low stout cultivar of wild cabbage. They are a rounded glode from the swollen stem. The leaves are also edible. They taste like a broccoli stem or cabbage heart but sweeter. They come in three colors, pale green, white and purple, all are pale yellow inside. They are often prepared raw such as slaw and strips for salads. And this is a funny looking vegetable. like something from another world, but don’t let that put you off. This is delicious crisp food and grows here just fine. Another one to place on the list for next years garden. And just think I was feeling uninspired. Thank You, Beth Mcmahon, for the inspiration and all the great education and where to get these beauties from! Out growing green and working on the garden journal planner,  Jannie Vaught

Reno, Nevada Holistic Animal Care

Domestic,   Farm, Wildlife Animals with a focus on Mental, Emotional, Physical, Environmental Health.

Local, Long Distance, Consulting, and Hand On, Affordable.

Bridgette Lyn Dolgoff has had abilities to work with animals since she was very young. She has been working on animals now for over 30 years. Holistic and Alternative, Natural Medicine which may include nutrition, acupuncture, acupressure, pain management, PTSD, Sketelal Realignment, deep tissue and animal communication, energy healing, environmental assessments and behavioral understandings.

consciousnessofeconomics@gmail.com or 775.624.7862 (no texting)

Traditional Osteopathic Medicine for Animals

https://coe-llc.com/traditional-osteopathic-medicine-for-animals/

How to Stop Making a Big Deal About Your Problems

How to Stop Making a Big Deal About Your Problems:

“Meditation teaches us how to let go. It’s actually a very important aspect of friendliness, which is that you train again and again in not making things such a big deal.

When you have pain in your body, when all sorts of thoughts are going through your mind, you train again and again in acknowledging them openheartedly and open-mindedly, but not making them such a big deal.

Generally speaking, the human species does make things a very big deal. Our problems are a big deal for us. So we need to make space for an attitude of honoring things completely and at the same time not making them a big deal.

It’s a paradoxical idea, but holding these two attitudes simultaneously is the source of enormous joy: we hold a sense of respect toward all things, along with the ability to let go. So it’s about not belittling things, but on the other hand not fanning the fire until you have your own private World War III.

Keeping these ideas in balance allows us to feel less crowded and claustrophobic. In Buddhist terms, the space that opens here is referred to as shunyata, or “emptiness.”

But there’s nothing nihilistic about this emptiness. It’s basically just a feeling of lightness. There is movie entitled The Unbearable Lightness of Being, but I prefer to see life from the view of the Bearable Lightness of Being.

When you begin to see life from the point of view that everything is spontaneously arising and that things aren’t “coming at you” or “trying to attack you,” in any given moment, you will likely experience more space and more room to relax into.

Your stomach, which is in a knot, can just relax. The back of your neck, which is all tensed up, can just relax. Your mind, which is spinning and spinning like one of those little bears that you wind up so it walks across the floor, can just relax. So shunyata refers to the fact that we actually have a seed of spaciousness, of freshness, openness, relaxation, in us.

Sometimes the word shunyata has been translated as the “open dimension of our being.” The most popular definition is “emptiness,” which sounds like a big hole that somebody pushes you into, kicking and screaming: “No, no! Not emptiness!”

Sometimes people experience this openness as boredom. Sometimes it’s experienced as stillness. Sometimes it’s experienced as a gap in your thinking and your worrying and your all-caught-up-ness.

I experiment with shunyata a lot. When I’m by myself and no one’s talking to me, when I’m simply going for a walk or looking out the window or meditating, I experiment with letting the thoughts go and just seeing what’s there when they go.

This is actually the essence of mindfulness practice. You keep coming back to the immediacy of your experience, and then when the thoughts start coming up, thoughts like, bad, good, should, shouldn’t, me, jerk, you, jerk, you let those thoughts go, and you come back again to the immediacy of your experience.

This is how we can experiment with shunyata, how we can experiment with the open, boundless dimension of being.”
(From Pema’s book-How To Meditate)