Releasing the Tie That Binds Me, Part 2

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In continuation, I have been collecting more information in preparation. This has not been a quick decision or process. I have taken a lot of time and research to get to this place.

This is NOT medical advise. This is not an encouragement for you or anyone to go and do this, either. It is informational only.

Why you’ll see me focus on head ramping in before and after pictures.

While one site could be enough, I don’t think so. lol More on head ramping, weight, etc, at Alignment Monkey, and don’t forget to also read the link there about How We Get There Matters.

In my first part of this series, I shared about physical norms that are returned to us when our ties are revised, but I recently came across an interesting blog post about the emotional and spiritual liberation one woman has found through her tongue tie being released. Check out Helena Ryan’s observations here. (I’m noting her link to a healthy “tooth fairy” with with my cavity unable unable to heal during back-to-back pregnancy and nursing!

ETA: something that I forgot to add in Part 1, was this helpful gem, which I had before I wrote that post, but for some reason did not add in. This has been helpful for me to wrap my brain around things using the tongue depressor and scissors.

Here’s some interesting info about advanced yoga practices and it goes over Slow Release. I will not be doing Slow Release, but I still found the info interesting. It also reminded me to set up a stricter protocol in place to prevent infection, since since I currently have a nasal infection. I already had “thieves oil” prepared, but I’m going to add in applying garlic honey TO the wound site every day and swishing with colloidal silver twice a day.

Oven sterilization of instruments.

Best for last! I have hunted and hunted for and video of a DIY release and THIS is beyond what I was hoping for. This man is inspiring. I was fortunate to find this days before I did my own release!! He has phases to ease his breathing issues, and this is the first phase. It’s an hour, but worth the time.

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