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Ear Candles- The Truth About Candling

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Uncovering the Truth

For many years now, people have been sharing their stories about how their grandmother or aunt or mother candled them as a child. These stories date back three or four generations. Most of the stories that are shared with us are from families from Italy, Poland, Central America and South America. Not Native American Indians. Help us establish the truth about where candling originated – from our own elders!

 Some ear candle manufacturers want you to believe that ear candles are closely related to the Hopi Indiana tribe. This is completely false, blatantly disavowed by the Hopi Indians themselves. Harmony's Ear Candles believes in the truth. Please click here to see the truth about the fact that ear candles did not originate from the Hopi Tribe.

Share your stories about candling!

Doc Harmony wants everyone to know the truth of candling. There are plenty of common myths about how candling was developed, however most information regarding candling is not factual. Join in the conversation and tell us all about how you learned about candling. Did your grandmother from Italy use candles on you when you were younger? How long ago was that? What country was the person from who first introduced you to candling? Leave a message in the comments section to begin a conversation about candling.

 

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    Donald Thomas

    August 6, 2013 at 3:33 pm

    I learned about candling in the early 1990’s. The House of Life had a health symposium at the Hot Springs of Cottonwood, Alabama. There were many keynote figures in the health field participating. The luminaries included the very revered Dr Alvenia Fulton, Kanya Vashon McGhee of The Tree of Life Bookstore & Educational Center. Aris Latham from Sunfired Foods did the catering. My experience with the candle removing debris from my ear had me amazed. I will try them next time I go swimming and get water in my ear.

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    Doc Harmony

    August 6, 2013 at 6:56 pm

    Donald,
    Thank you so much for sharing. The early 90’s seems to be a time when a lot of Americans discovered the joy of ear candling. I do not know the luminaries that you are referring to but I look forward to googling them and maybe hearing how they learned! I am glad that you like ear candling. It is super good for relaxation and to allow your body to relax so that it can do what it was intended to do … heal (not just survive) …

    Good luck!

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