Bemer Presentation

I have found this video to be the most comprehensive explanation on how to improve the vasomotion, its benefits and many before-after pictures at the end. Having tried it myself for 6 weeks now and having seen the changes that already occur for some people after a few sessions, I am totally blown away. Some of these improvements include:

  • my mum’s varicose veins were almost gone (instead of thick ropes, just flat smaller lines);
  • all my relatives who bought one tell me how their vitality improved and hurts & pains heal much quicker;
  • the healing of a friend’s fractured finger (after 4 sessions on the Bemer) was a source of great surprise to his nurse and doctor;
  • the deep wounds in an elderly man’s leg reduced visibly and took the inflammation away;
  • a young girl’s constipation was ‘unblocked’ after only two Bemer sessions…

First week of Healing Retreat

…a great success. There were five patients (mostly friends who wanted some improvement in their lives, but also to help me fine tune the program) and not only did I receive wonderful feedback and ways to improve, but also had the pleasure to see them change and bloom.

Lovely Gordon is 84 and felt more energetic, vibrant and pain-free after the five days. His deep leg wounds from having a cancer removed, had visibly shrunk and lost the redness around the scab that had also flattened by using the Bemer (will explain in separate blog). There was a big relief from a past emotional hurt and the meals were a big success with everyone, not just Gordon.

Robert was the only other man, who didn’t expect as much as he got: losing 2.5 kg and even enjoying eating healthily  came as a surprise. He hadn’t expected to leave pain free, as his tennis elbow and the wrist pain had been around for a while. Generally, he had a very positive reaction to the Bemer and felt its vibration and effect.

Marg was the only cancer patient and enjoyed every aspect of the week. She got deeper into the meditation which had been difficult in the past, enjoyed the harmonizations and treatments like lymphatic drainage massages, the food and some of the unexpected insights and emotional triggers.

Mary felt more relaxed and had the biggest change by using more breath into her lungs and slowly took to the meditations. She is very inspired to change her meals to make them even healthier.

Chloe lost 2 kg and quite a few centimeters,  was amazed that she didn’t miss the food she usually craves (carbs), and that her skin felt so soft and silky. As the youngest in our group, she enjoyed the company and all the treatments she received.

We had a few people come in to participate, offer harmonizations and treatments in return and great feedback.

Now I just need some more people with cancer or other medical issues for the August week: 21 Aug – 25 Aug 2017 (arrival on Sunday 20/08). Very good value at $ 1,250 (half price) with all meals and treatments incl (excl. lymphatic drainage massage)



Light to cure cancer

There are so many really exciting scientific articles out there, but unfortunately a paper titled “Emission of Mitochondrial Biophotons and their Effect on Electrical Activity of Membrane via Microtubules” will go unnoticed by most of us ‘novices’. 

The entire article ( is highly interesting and I’m trying to sum it up very briefly:

A German lab has finally come to prove the presence and huge importance of the photons (tiny light particles) present in every one of our cells, including the cells of our animals. These photons are called biophotons and enable not only our cell-to-cell communication, but also the non-physical communication with each other via this biophotonic field. It keeps our organism healthy, alive and vibrating.

Now when it comes to cancer, then unfortunately the coherence of that energetic exchange got blocked…Scrambled information – cancer/tumours.

The good news: meditation, chi, prana, any form of light work that can restore that divine geometry or coherence will also contribute to a natural way of eliminating cancer.

What yogis and chi masters have known for centuries has now come a small step closer to comprehension – yet how this really works still remains a mystery.

It also makes me think of the job that the BEMER  ( does in this respect, enabling oxygen, light and enzymes reaching every cell in our body and restoring balance.

10 best breakfast recipes to lose weight

Glad I found my Chia pudding, but beware: don’t do what I did. Don’t eat it all day long. It bloats!

Chia pudding

Speaking of overnight breakfasts…chia pudding is phenomenal. I prefer it to overnight oats because it’s grain-free, low-carb and is better for our blood sugar levels. The basic formula is:

  • 3 Tbsp. chia seeds
  • 1 cup non-dairy milk
  • Drizzle maple syrup, to taste
  • Mix-in suggestions: handful blueberries, nuts & seeds, dash of cinnamon and vanilla extract.


  • Mix together chia seeds, non-dairy milk and maple syrup
  • Leave it overnight or for at least 15 minutes in the morning, and you’re good to go!
  • Add toppings

Grain-free pancakes

This recipe requires two ingredients. Yep, just two – eggs and banana. I fancy it up a bit and add a few more, but I leave that up to you. Below is my basic recipe, but you can click here for more inspiration.


  • 1 large banana
  • 4 eggs
  • ½ cup almond meal
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • ½ tsp. cinnamon


Blend all of these together (or just the eggs and banana). Pour a few tablespoons of batter onto a greased, low heat skillet. When it bubbles, flip it over. We tend to slather our stack of pancakes with almond butter, berries and coconut flakes. It is to die for.

3 Healing Weeks 2017: Half-price special

3 Week Healing Experience Program:

 Week 1: July 24 – 28, 2017
o detoxification, guided meditations
o organic healthy food
o emotional therapy,
o BEMER and other therapies,
o exercise, yoga, etc.

 Week 2: August 21 – 25, 2017
The second week will be similar, but will take
all the recommendations and ideas for
improvement and go deeper into meditation
and preparation for fasting

 Week 3: September 4 – 8, 2017
o Juice fasting and most of the program
from before (but no food). I have a slow
juicer and there will be special organic
juices to help support the body when

All three weeks would be ideal for a cancer
patient (either before or after any therapy recommended by their doctor) to progressively improve and strengthen
their immune system, eliminate toxins and help
their supplements to reach their destination in
their bodies, aiding the healing process.

My Journey – Barbara Hoi
In October 2015 I was diagnosed with Stage 3
non-Hodgkins lymphoma, and I had only been
given one option: chemotherapy. Lymphoma is
apparently the easiest cancer to eliminate ‘short
term’, but it will always come back – as it’s
incurable. (As said my oncologist). I chose not
to do chemo or any other traditional therapy,
but instead start my own journey to discover
why my body has created this ‘steep learning
curve’ for me.
This year in February I experienced the most lifetransforming
period of my life: ten days of silent
meditation (Vipassana), followed by an equally
profound ten days in Bali, where much of my
healing took place – and I felt a strong calling to
help others with cancer to experience the same
possibilities, learning what I wished someone had
told me & implementing what helped me most.
• A mostly organic, vegetarian diet
• Meditation and a peaceful environment
• Eliminating stress, Harmonisation
• Exercise
• Detoxing of emotions and trauma
• Infrared Sauna detox
• Supplements that remove toxins (in my case
mercury) from the body
• A caring environment and support
• Fasting
• Yoga
• Frequency therapies that help the body’s
immune system to do its job – BERMER
• Therapists are available on request

Contact: Barbara Hoi: 0402 686 327 or email:

HOI by the Sea
Cost: $2500 for each 5 day session, but NOW ONLY $1,250
Includes: Accommodation, food, all courses
and in-house therapies (except lymphatic drainage massage, optional)
Location: beautiful beach-front penthouse at
Unit 10/9-13 Hutton Rd. Entrance North, NSW.
50% discount is available – Now only $1250
Contact Barbara Hoi for details:
Phone: 0402 686 327

Quinoa – one of my staple foods

Even though quinoa is technically not a grain, it has been called “chisaya mama,” or “the mother of all grains.” It is considered sacred perhaps because it thrives during a long hot summer and, during drought conditions when other plants weaken, the quinoa harvest doubles. (1) As nature always answers the call, this high-protein food is harvested just before the cold winter months when more protein and fats are needed. (1)

While still considered a low-fat protein source, quinoa is much higher in fat than wheat and other grasses. It has a significant amount of oleic acid, which is a heart-healthy monounsaturated fat found in olive oil and has some (ALA) alpha-linolenic acid, which is a heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acid. Surprisingly, these good fats stay stable or do not become oxidized from cooking, which happens with most other fats. (5)

Researchers believe that this is due to the high levels of antioxidants found in quinoa. It is high in the alpha, beta and gamma forms of vitamin E, polyphenols, and flavonoids like quercetin that lengthen its shelf life while protecting the seed from rancidity when heated. (5)

In addition to being a high-protein grain alternative, perhaps quinoa’s most current claim to fame is its effect on blood sugar. (6) As a low-glycemic food, it exerts little blood sugar stress on the body, but its high fiber content helps to slow the absorption of other sugars from the digestive tract into the bloodstream. (7) In one study, it outperformed 10 other Peruvian grains for its effects on weight and blood sugar. (6)

Interestingly, even though quinoa maintained healthy low blood sugar levels, it provided more satisfaction, satiety and fullness after the meal compared to wheat or rice, according to the Satiating Efficiency Index (SEI). (8) It also has a very high magnesium content that supports healthy blood sugar (9) and healthy blood pressure levels. (9)

As a natural antioxidant, anti-inflammation food that is just loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber, heart-healthy fats, and a vegetarian “complete protein,” quinoa must be considered as a staple in the diet this fall and winter, as the need for healthy high-protein foods goes up.

Quinoa Cooking Instructions

  1. Do your best to wash away the skin of the quinoa seed as it is a bit bitter. Use a fine strainer.
  2. Add 2 cups of water to 1 cup of quinoa and bring to a boil.
  3. Then cover it, turn the heat to low, and simmer for 15 minutes.
  4. Then, strain the cooked quinoa again through the fine strainer (quinoa holds a lot of water).
  5. Return the strained quinoa to a warm pot and sit without heat for 15 more minutes. This ensures that you get fluffy and light quinoa, rather than wet, clumpy quinoa.

Maca Chocolate Pie

Mouth Watering Maca Cacao Pie a la TTAC:

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 3 hours

Author: Charlene Bollinger

Yield: 8 servings

Mouth Watering Maca Cacao Pie


Filling Ingredients:
    • ½ cup raw macadamia nuts (soak 1 hour) OR cashews (soak 2 hours) OR hazelnuts (soak 4 hours), soaked in water
    • ½ cup raw cacao powder OR for a darker chocolate add an additional ¼ cup
    • ½ cup cold pressed coconut oil, liquefied at low temperature on stove top
    • 3 tablespoons or more according to taste of raw honey OR coconut nectar* OR Lakanto**
    • ¼ cup spring or filtered water (only if needed to make a smooth filling)
    • Coconut flakes, raw cacao nibs, and/or nuts for garnish (optional)
    • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
    • 1 tablespoon maca powder***
    • ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper powder
    • Quality salt to taste, such as pink or sea salt
Crust Ingredients:
  • ¾ cup raw almonds
  • ½ cup buckwheat flour OR ground flaxseed
  • 1 tablespoon cold pressed coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon raw honey OR coconut nectar*
  • Quality salt to taste, such as pink or sea salt


  1. Rub a small amount of coconut oil on the bottom and sides of a 9-inch glass pie plate.
  2. Add all the crust ingredients into a food processor or blender and process until a loose cookie dough forms or ingredients begin to stick together.
  3. Place dough mixture in the pie plate and press evenly from the center to the sides and about a half to one inch up the sides. Place in the freezer while preparing the filling.
  4. Place filling ingredients and spices in a food processor or blender and process until smooth, adding water slowly if needed. The filling should be the consistency of thick pudding.
  5. Take crust out of freezer and pour filling into the crust.
  6. Spread filling mixture evenly on the crust.
  7. Place pie back in freezer for two to three hours or until firm. Once filling is firm, cover with plastic wrap and keep in the freezer until ready to serve.
  8. Remove from the freezer and garnish with cacao nibs, coconut, or crushed nuts according to taste. You may need to allow pie to sit for 10 minutes or so before cutting.
  9. Cut into slices and serve. Enjoy


*Coconut nectar can be found in some specialty grocery stores and is readily available online. Coconut nectar is exceptionally high in enzymes, nutrient rich, and is low glycemic, so it’s excellent for a sugar substitute.

**Lakanto (Wholesome Sweeteners Brand) is a one to one sugar substitute available at Whole Foods. This is a superior sweetener for ketogenic diets and low glycemic needs.

***Maca (powder) can be obtained at most health food stores.