“I think you only grow when you truly forgive.” – Brooke Geahan
This week on DENtalks we are so excited to welcome Brooke Geahan to talk to us about bee venom therapy! If you’ve never heard of BVT, here’s your chance to hear all about it from the founder of The Heal Hive, the very first online bee venom therapy education platform. If you or someone you know suffers from an autoimmune disease or other chronic illness and has been unsuccessful with many medical and holistic treatments, you’ll definitely be interested in this episode!
Brooke takes us through her journey of being diagnosed with Lyme disease and the many treatments she took to try and cure herself. It wasn’t until she had exhausted all her options and run out of money that a nurse told her about how she used bee venom to cure herself of Lyme. With the encouragement of her father, Brooke started the process and within one month of treatments, she was already seeing results, and within a year, she was almost fully recovered. But the healing didn’t stop there – we also talk about the emotional toll of having chronic illness and how a necessary part of the healing process comes from addressing the trauma of living with chronic pain. Brooke tells us how she had to change both her perspective and many of her lifestyle choices to become the person she is today. We learned so much from Brooke in this episode about bee venom therapy and the science behind it, and we hope you do too! At the end of episode Brooke will lead us in her personal practice – bee breath! Curious what that is? Stay tuned!
“You don’t get better, you don’t transform your life just because you changed a path, right? It’s about how you handle your own happiness and how you accept and process that happiness that comes to you.” – Brooke Geahan
- What is the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? Putting the coffee pot on.
- Is there one book that has transformed your life? One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich.
- Is there something you can’t live without? Coffee. It’s a physical, emotional addiction but I don’t need a lot – just five sips and I’m ready to go!
- If you could live anywhere, where would you live? Andaman Islands. I would say happily, happily spend the rest of my life with a mound of books, a wifi connection, and scuba gear just swimming, diving and walking around volcanoes every day and picking fresh mangos and bananas.