My Enema–The Musical (Moon Night)

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.

Basic enema instructions suggest massaging belly in a counter-clockwise direction to get the fluid further into the colon and perhaps dislodge debris & parasites from the walls of the colon.  It is also suggested to elevate the hips somewhat to again get the fluid up into the colon.


What I think I’m doing with these movements is dislodging & moving fluid.  But also, lifting my vibrational level through music.  It turns into an exercise for core muscles, and a back massage. I often stretch & support my neck.  As my aged spine is collapsing, I view this as stimulating blood flow, in general, as well as  encouraging fluid to flow into my spinal disks & hopefully elongating my spine. We lose 2-3 inches of height during a lifetime due to spinal collapse.  Building muscle in the core helps support a compromised spine.

I also believe these varied movements move the small intestine (15-33 feet long) to further dislodge plaque, parasites, worms. il_340x270.395383884_ivva






Here is a video in my tub.  The music is “Moon Night” by

Karen Marie Garrett.


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Self Massage

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.


Much of what I do is self-massage:  It eases the pain.  Massaging, stretching, building muscle, all to music that inspires & relieves stress.

The touch transfers energy.  We are electrical creatures.

Thought is another form of energy.  Music is another.  We are capable of consciously directing our unconscious to self -heal by transferring energy to our cells.

Musical vibrations are a little higher vibration than we, as matter.  But not so much higher to be harmful to tissues –unlike x-rays, microwaves, MRI’s.

When massaging to music the notes pass thru me to me.

I become a conduit for the music, using my consciously directed thoughts & touch, and invite my unconscious to participate in the healing.

The following is a You-Tube video by a massage therapist on self-massage, and the dangers of over-stretching.

Titled “Hidden Yoga Dangers.”


I have sciatica, which starts in my spine, moves through my buttocks, down the back of my leg, to my feet.  This first short shows me attending to my calf.  

I play it like a piano to Einaudi’s music. 

This next one minute video shows a little of me on my yellow, grooved roller.  

It Hurts. But in a Good Way.


 Moving & stretching& rolling around on the floor are forms of massage. 



“What You Think You Become” (Buddha)

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.


A few years ago, my daughter asked me to throw out some life-advice to her.  My advice was “Watch your thoughts.”

I used to believe that if I thought it, it must be so.  Now, I have become smarter.  Thoughts can come from any number of places.  It is up to you to decide which ones are useful and which are not.  That is why we have a “consciousness.”  We are capable of analyzing our own thoughts.  Prejudiced? Wishful? Hateful? Self-defeating?  Lazy? Selfish?  Weak? Unhealthy? Mean? Nice?  We all have them.  Take control and pick and choose which are going to dominate your life.

Optimism is good.  Effort and determination, good if in a positive direction.  Happy is nice.  

How you think and react can be guided by whichever philosophy you choose to cultivate.  I am of a disorganized religion that I will call “smorgasbord spirituality”.  I am satisfied that I initially majored in Physics and Math, but as my first Philosophy professor stated–the hierarchy of knowledge goes from science to philosophy to metaphysics.  I embrace it all.

I do believe that I was given this body problem, or created it, to point me in this direction, as this is the culmination of my life’s purpose.  And I hope what I have to offer benefits many.  (It’s all I have to give.)


No Surgery Please.