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Cholesterol

March 23, 2011

By Martin Guay

Counselling works by making the unconscious psychological matter conscious. Once the mind - the brain - has made the connection between what's been happening unconsciously then, by definition, the matter is conscious. As soon as this matter is 'conscious' the mind and body can synchronize and start to 'fix' the problem.

Much the same thing is said to happen physically with certain dis-eases - matters - or bodily functions - which no longer happen with 'ease'. The theory is the same - influenced by the body's propensity to use symbols. Connect the psychological issue (making symbolic sense to the mind) to do with the physical problem - in my case high cholesterol - and the brain can start to correct any 'faulty programming' and regularize the problem.

Look closely at these possibilities and be thoroughly curious about them - after all, what can you possibly have to lose?

If cholesterol problems have to do with 'sticking to your role' then you may well have one of the following issues? With a counsellor, thoroughly 'debrief' and spend quite a while feeling - 'wallowing' in - the issue.

The issues to look for are:

  • 'on my own'
  • 'count on me'
  • I have to do everything myself - others are incapable or refuse to help
  • A conflict to do with being forced into a pivotal role to unify your family
  • Total responsibility for rebuilding unification in your family
  • I play my role, everyone else shirks their responsibilities
  • Dissolution of the family - no-one sticks together any longer
  • These issues result in inability to 'do it' any longer

Testimony

My own cholesterol levels were high and I was warned by my doctor to change my eating habits otherwise I would be a candidate for medication.

Instead of changing my diet I called my friend Martin Guay and asked him if his approach, based on HealingRevealed, had a solution for cholesterol problems.

"Of course" he told me. It is said that someone with cholesterol problems has an issue connected to the subject of 'sticking to the role'. I was skeptical to say the least...

I spent an hour or two looking at my own feelings around these issues - these were indeed prominent issues for me...

Throughout this time I ate quite 'normally' - which included lots of cheese and 2 eggs just about every day - usually in the form of an omelette. After a month I returned to my doctor with new blood test results... My blood showed that I no longer had high cholesterol.

My doctor congratulated me on my dietary changes... I didn't tell him that in fact I had made none.
S.T

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Dog allergies

December 26, 2010

By Martin Guay

Again, I will talk about a particular stress that may be the root cause of the dog allergies without using traditional natural remedies for allergies.

I know it sounds weird that we can actually improve dog allergies without taking any remedies, but read on!

Much research has been made into finding a cure for dog allergies and there are many kinds of prescription drugs and natural remedies for allergies on the market. But... Are they affective for dog allergy relief?

Let's put it this way... You've never had dog allergies in your life and suddenly, one day, you're in contact with a dog and start to have an allergic reaction. What just happened?

Often dog allergies starts when you are young. But here's something very intersting...

  • How come people who hate dogs don’t often get dog allergies and people who love dogs get dog allergies?
  • Hmmm... What’s going on?
  • How come people often love what they're allergic to?
  • It's not uncommon for a dog to become a member of the family and to stay all his life - which could be over 10 years or more.
  • What does the dog mean to the family?

For children the dog can become their best friend and confidant. We can feel 'not understood' by our own parents, brothers and sisters. With pets we feel very close and understood - loved unconditionally. They can't talk but they do listen. The dog is always there when we need them, whether you are sad and feel lonely or mad and angry.

Dogs are a man's best friend.

Eventually after years of being an important part of the family, the beloved dog will die.
As I mentioned in the previous allergy article, we are always looking for separation. Even with a dog allergy...

Yes, in this case, separation from the beloved dog itself. You have an allergy to dogs...

  • Have you ever been separated from a beloved dog?
  • Do you still remember his name? His color?
  • Do you remember his loyalty to you, come what may?
  • Do you remember the day he died?
  • Maybe he was given away by your parents and suddenly you couldn't see him any more?

 

Let's explore what dog allergies all about? Separation.

When you are in contact with any dog, it triggers the memory of your own beloved dog that you are separated from. The pet that you can’t see any more. The contact that you have with a dog is through his fur. Whenever you are in contact, somehow, with dogs fur, it triggers in you the uncomfortable and sad feeling that you had when you were separated from your beloved dog.

Why itchy eyes? Eyes are to see... 'Itchy' eyes because you can’t see your beloved dog anymore.

Is it always this simple? No, of course not. Everybody is unique. Their situation is different. It's also possible that this information about dog allergies is not enough for your own dog allergy relief. This is where you need to see a HealingRevealed Counsellor to go deeper into your particular dog allergies.

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Premature Ejaculation

December 3, 2010

By Martin Guay and Julie Taylor

Premature Ejaculation and The Story of the Dominated Wolf

The effect of the mind over the body.

Humans can learn so much from observing nature around us. Every animal has a story to tell that is important in our own psychological makeup.

When you watch a pack of wolves, there is a very definite structure and leadership that every member of the pack carefully obeys. The leader of the pack is the strongest male and protects his territory. To ensure, healthy pups to keep the species strong, the leader also insists that he is the one - the only one - who mates with all the females and produces the pups.

But the other males have a real dilemma! They also want to mate. They know that if they do, they risk either being challenged and possibly killed by the leader. or outcast from the comfort of the pack.

Sometimes, even though they're not allowed, the other males sneak in and try to mate very quickly with premature ejaculation - before they get caught by the leader because they are not allowed to impregnate the females. The leader of the pack is not generally merciful (to say the least) and will not allow disobedience.

This same instinct can be triggered in humans, usually men, when our safety and nurturing is dictated by a strong, dominant (or domineering) male. It all happens very quickly and automatically. We may be unaware of this behavior.

When a man has been raised with harsh or strong dominance around him - and when he has to put up with that harsh or strong dominance in order to have the shelter and nurturing that he needs - then it's very possible for the 'wolf' instinct to set in.

This wolf-cub instinct actually protects the wolf-cub because by putting up with the leader's rules, the cub gets all of his other needs met. He needs the protection of this dominant male/or his mother may need this protection (and he is very bonded with his mother). It's not safe OR WISE for him to confront or threaten the supremacy of the dominant male and his life is generally 'better' - safer - because of his natural instinct to allow the dominant male to keep his #1 position.

There does come a time though when this natural instinct is no longer helpful. You may now be living in your own house. You have your own woman. Your own job and money. Your own life. THE FATHER IS NOT THERE ANY MORE.

The point is the dominant male (perhaps the father) prevents other males from having contact with any females, particularly the mother.
Premature ejaculation, because instinctively you felt like the dominated wolf. It is not necessary any more. Instinct from the ancient-brain feels very real. But it's not real any more. You are allowed to have your own woman. You don't have to worry - unconsciously - about being caught. YOU`RE ALLOWED TO HAVE A MATE NOW.

There is no problem with premature ejaculation in masturbation because the male dominant (perhaps a father) is not there to prevent you mating. When a woman (vagina) is present it triggers unconsciously that you are not allowed to mate or even to be in the presence of a female/vagina. This is the story of the dominated wolf.

“We need to turn off the instinct that triggers almost immediate ejaculation.”
To turn off the instinct of premature ejaculation, you need to realize that now you are allowed to mate.

First we need to thoroughly understand the words written here. We need to integrate them into our own thinking. If there are parts of the story here that don't seem to fit, we need to ask questions until it truly fits for us. An important part of allowing this to work is found in being able to totally accept it. IT`S NOT NECESSARY TO SNEAK OR HIDE ANY MORE.

We need to reassure ourselves - like soothing a baby with constant reassurance - that this is indeed the situation. Reassure yourself that it is no longer necessary for you to have premature ejaculation.
We need to thank our instincts but firmly reassure them - and ourselves - that we understand the reasoning behind these actions and this particular action - premature ejaculation - is no longer necessary. It’s not necessary to sneak and be fast - you can take as long as you like.

When you are about to make love and see or are in the presence of a vagina, take a moment to consciously remember this story and enjoy the feeling of relief that you are safe and can take as long as you like because you are allowed to make love now. Reassure yourself that this is your life; your woman; your lovemaking.

You are no longer dominated - no longer submitting to a dominant male's rules. This is your life, your own wonderful sexuality and your own right to make babies.

And remember that the dominant wolf in no way means any harm or is any less loving... In fact this is his special way of trying to ensure 'the best' for those under his care and who he loves. Whether or not it really is the best.

Most dominant wolves would lay down their lives for their pack...

Read the last few paragraphs of this story over and over - and make sure you read the following part of this story to help make good sense of the whole picture...

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Ovarian Cancer

November 28, 2010

By Martin Guay

The following is similar to that of testicular cancer because both of these cancers have a similar function in the body: to ensure procreation. Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer experienced his own cancer. And he was able to recover.

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer's research concludes that 'great loss' of a child or other loved one can be the root cause of ovarian cancer (or testicular cancer for men). For women, the loss of a loved one, for whom mourning is not complete, may trigger ovarian cancer. The brain is trying to find a solution to the unresolved loss by increasing activity in the ovaries in an effort to optimize performance so that they can somehow become more fertile and pregnant again, replacing the loved one.

However, of course, the loved one can never be replaced – consciously, we may not even want to be pregnant again. Somehow the tragic shooting of his son and his wife's earlier death were connected to Dr Hamer's cancer. He was determined, through scientific research, to prove and document this.
Most of the time, cancer appears after the second loss. The first loss is the Programming Conflict and the second is the Triggering Conflict.

For Dr Hamer, on closer examination, the death of his son recalled - unconsciously - the earlier death of his beloved wife. The great psychological loss of yet another person loved beyond reason, triggered his physical cancer. Important parts of this scenario are both the death of his wife and the later death of his son: the program and the trigger.

This story has obviously been simplified. There are details which are unique to each situation and as the body-mind has to completely understand and accept the situation in order to heal, it’s vital to thoroughly explore each individual case.

This makes it difficult to adequately explain to a ‘general audience’ the complete process, which can be equally simple and quite complex. I do want to make it clear that healing in this way is accessible to everybody with the right help. The body-mind is quite brilliant and requires only that we can bring to light and ‘show’ it (the correct) previously ‘hidden’ situation.

Often when a tragic situation that results in the great loss of a loved one is identified, the body is able to start repairing, returning to normality and rebuilding health.

This healing process might start with a simple headache - often symptoms get worse while the body is repairing. Please do not hesitate to go and see your health professional who can help relieve these symptoms, which may absolutely require medical supervision.

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Allergies

October 25, 2010

Much research has been done to find a cure for allergies and there are many kinds of prescription drugs and natural remedies on the market. But, are they a hundred percent effective for allergy relief?

By exploring the root cause of allergies, it is possible to improve or eliminate them without taking any medicine at all.

All allergies have a similar root cause in common: separation with a feeling of fear. The only difference between the different types of allergies is what you are in contact with (the allergen) when the separation happens.

When the environmental conditions present at the time of the separation include being in contact or breathing something specific, such as hay, dust, food, or pets, the unconscious mind makes the connection between the allergen and the separation.

Let’s take a strawberry allergy. I am eating strawberries when I get a phone call from someone who tells me that my brother has just been killed in a car accident.

Until that day I didn’t have an allergy to strawberries and I still don't. But now the programming conflict of allergy is set and ready for action.

Next time I eat a strawberry (the triggering conflict) my unconscious mind will make the association: strawberry equals my brother’s death. The result is an onset of a strawberry allergy. If I was eating a tomato, I would have a tomato allergy, and so on.

In others words, each time that I am in contact with a strawberry and I have an allergy reaction, it reminds me that I am separated from my brother because of his death.

In my experience, when helping people with allergies, finding the programming conflict (the root cause) is crucial. We must express the sad emotion of being separated in order to find relief from the allergy.

The role of Programming Conflict and the Triggering Conflict in dog allergies.

Let's put it this way... You've never had dog allergies in your life and suddenly, one day, you're in contact with a dog and begin to have an allergic reaction. What just happened?

Often dog allergies start when you are young. But here's something very interesting... How come people who hate dogs don’t often get dog allergies and people who love dogs get dog allergies? Why do people often love what they're allergic to?

It's not uncommon for a dog to become a member of the family and to stay all of his life - which could be up to 10 years or more. What does the dog mean to the family?

For children, the dog can become their best friend and confidant. It's normal to feel misunderstood  by our own parents, brothers and sisters. With pets, we feel very close and understood - loved unconditionally. They can't talk but they do listen. The dog is always there when we need them, whether you are sad and feel lonely or mad and angry.

Eventually after years of being an important part of the family, the beloved dog will die.

As I mentioned, with allergies we are always looking for separation. Even with a dog allergy...

Yes, in the case of dog allergies, separation from the beloved dog itself is the cause. You have an allergy to dogs... Have you ever been separated from a beloved dog? Do you still remember his name? His color? Do you remember his loyalty to you? Do you remember the day he died? Maybe he was given away by your parents and suddenly you couldn't see him any more?

Let's explore what dog allergies all about? Separation.

When you are in contact with any dog, it triggers the memory of your own beloved dog that you are separated from. The pet that you can’t see anymore. The contact that you have with a dog is through his fur. Whenever you are in contact with dogs, it triggers the unconscious and sad feeling that you had when you were separated from your beloved dog.

Why itchy eyes? Eyes are to see... 'Itchy' eyes happen because you can’t see your beloved dog anymore.

Is it always this simple? No, of course not. Everybody is unique. Their situation is different. It's also possible that this information about dog allergies is not enough for your own dog allergy relief. This is where you need to see a professional counselor to go deeper into your particular dog allergies.

There's no guarantee that by reading this, you will be able to rid yourself of your allergy, but it's worth a try. It's important to find both the Programming and Triggering Conflicts and to thoroughly express your emotions. Often times, emotion is not completely expressed, even when we think it is.

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Testicular cancer

October 25, 2010

Could testicular cancer be the result of serious trauma?

This is a simple question that we often forget to ask ourselves, maybe because we are preoccupied with the sudden, awful new reality of having cancer.

  • Is it possible that there could be a connection between traumatic events and cancer?
  • Can we bear to believe that there could be a connection?
  • Over time people have often acknowledged that disease may turn out to originate from stress... But what kind of stress?
  • There so many kinds of stress. Where would I even begin to look?

This is one of the questions answered by the brilliant German Doctor, Ryke Geerd Hamer when he experienced his own testicular cancer, from which he was able to recover.

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer's research concludes that a 'great loss' of a child or other loved one can be the root cause of testicular cancer (or ovarian cancer for women and rarely other cancers).

For men, the loss of a loved one, for whom mourning is not complete, may trigger testicular cancer. The brain, trying to find a solution for the unresolved loss, increases activity in the testicles in an effort to optimize performance so that you can somehow replace the loved one. However, of course, the loved one can never be replaced.

Somehow the tragic shooting of his son and his wife's earlier death were connected to Dr Hamer's cancer.

Most of the time the cancer appears after the second loss. The first loss is called the Programming Conflict and the second is called the Triggering Conflict.

The programming conflict is when a person experiences the first, very highly stressful event, which sets the potential condition. At this point, a person usually has no symptoms of any disease or condition.

The triggering conflict is when a person experiences a situation that reminds him, subconsciously, of the programming conflict. The trigger calls back the original stress (programmed conflict). This is the point at which the illness begins.

This is the most common way to ‘set’ diseases or other conditions.

Ryke Geerd Hamer

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Dr Hamer discovered, on closer examination, that the death of his son recalled - subconsciously - the earlier death of his beloved wife. The great psychological loss of a second loved person, triggered his physical cancer. The important parts of this scenario are both the death of his wife and later of his son: the program and the trigger.

This story has obviously been simplified. There are details which are unique to each situation but in every case, such as this, the body-mind has to completely understand and accept the trauma in order to heal.  It's vital to thoroughly explore each individual case.

This makes it difficult to adequately explain the process to a ‘general audience’ because the entire process can be equally simple or complex. I do want to make it clear that healing in this way is accessible to everybody with the right help. The body-mind is quite brilliant and only requires that we bring to light and ‘show’ it the correct and previously ‘hidden’ root cause.

Often when a tragic situation that results in the loss of a loved one is identified as the root cause, the body is able to start repairs, returning to normality and rebuilding health.

This healing process might start with a simple headache - often symptoms get worse while the body is healing. Please do not hesitate to go and see your health professional who can help relieve these symptoms, which may require medical supervision.

Often, by the time you experience symptoms of your disease, it is fairly advanced and it's crucial for you see your traditional doctor. In no circumstance should you discontinue traditional treatments without the consent of your doctor.

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Stomach Cancer

October 23, 2010

By Martin Guay

I would like to share with you some information about stomach cancer. Once again I will probably bring up things that are not normally talked about.

For now, I will not talk about what causes cancer, but try to explain how cancer works - and perhaps why it happens...

I would like to share with you a very unusual experiment that Dr. Hamer did many years ago in his quest to discover more about stomach cancer and to better understand what causes it.

Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer (German New Medicine) took 2 test tubes and put even pieces of meat and a fluid containing nutrients in each one.

Into test tube A, he added normal stomach digestive enzymes.

Into test tube B, he added stomach cancer cells and the same amount of normal stomach digestive enzymes. Then he held his breath and waited to see what would happen next…

The piece of meat in test tube A remained intact...

But the one in test tube B with stomach cancer cells quickly disintegrated and digested the meat.

These were very interesting results! What could this mean? It looked as though the stomach cancer increased the enzymatic efficiency by 300% to 1000% - the ability of the stomach to digest was increased enormously. Maybe this is the key to what causes cancer…

Next, I would like to tell you a true - and usual - story from nature. Let’s choose a wolf for our example.

Our wolf has successfully caught himself a rabbit. He was busy eating and had a whole leg in his mouth that he didn’t want to share! He was eating very quickly because other animals were trying to steal his food from him. He swallowed the leg whole and ended up with a large bone stuck in his stomach. This was much harder to digest than his usual food and despite repeated attempts, he wasn’t able to cough it up.

For thousands of years when an animal had a big piece of food stuck in the stomach, there was no outside help available to take it out. Nature had to create its own internal solution... Stomach cancer.

The stomach has sensors that let the brain know when it’s full, hungry, or thirsty and now, this stomach senses that there is something very hard to digest present. Furthermore it would be impossible for normal stomach digestive enzymes to digest it. If the stomach cannot find a solution, the wolf will eventually die from this condition.

Luckily, nature has a trick up its sleeve - stomach cancer. A ‘special program’ of nature will kick in and start the mutation of the normal stomach digestive cells and create stomach cancer cells. As we mentioned earlier, the test tube with stomach cancer cells seems to have had the capacity to increase digestion by 300% to 1000%, maybe enough to digest a bone?

As you probably know, digestion uses a lot of energy to “process” a meal. How do you feel after a big meal? Often sleepy. Stomach cancer uses a huge amount of energy and so the wolf feels very weak and tired, as well as sick. This wolf will hide and stay hidden away until he feels better; he has no energy left to do anything else. This period of time might last for a few days or even a week, but the wolf will not do anything else other than lie down and allow nature to take its course.

The good news for the wolf is that nobody is telling him, “You have an incurable disease called cancer.” Or in other words, “You are going to die soon - and painfully - and nothing you can do will change this.”

The only thing that the wolf feels is the need to hide and sleep. He feels very sick and he can’t move at all but he is not scared of dying or even aware of any ‘larger issue’. Sometimes such knowledge can make things much worse…

For humans, what causes cancer? It might be possible to make an educated guess, based on what we have learned, but  Dr Hamer spent thousands of hours observing nature and carrying out his experiments. This wasn’t a momentary, impulsive conclusion...

This is what Dr Hamer found - and what has been confirmed successfully many times over.

He studied hundreds of stomach cancer patients and took detailed histories from them. He would ask: "What has happened to you in life that is ‘too hard to digest’"? What happened to you that you are unable to accept/digest? What is ‘stuck in your craw’- an old fashioned saying that means ‘stuck in the stomach and indigestible.

Because we are human “the bone in the stomach” is likely to be symbolic - an ‘indigestible act’ rather than a physical ‘bone’.

To answer this question, what causes cancer? Ask the person who has stomach cancer the questions above and explore their answers in depth. The mind is very powerful and reconnecting our logic to our instinct for survival can be difficult indeed - although some people seem able to make almost miraculous leaps of faith.

Remember; when the wolf’s cancer has finished digesting the bone, the cancer usually leaves as quickly as it came. The wolf might end up a bit skinnier but he will usually be totally recovered.

PS: If somebody tells you; “You have an incurable disease called cancer”, yet another serious complication is likely to take place. The conflict of diagnosis is serious in itself. Unfortunately, as I say, the mind is very powerful and complicates what causes cancer - but this is another story.

Good luck!

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Hyperactivity in children

October 23, 2010

By Martin Guay

Hyperactivity in children is the way in which this child - the hyperactive child - is trying to show something to his parents.

In these cases the first question I would ask is: “What is this child trying to express with his or her hyperactivity? The need for so much movement?

So, myquestion would be for the parents, but worded in the opposite way to the observation:

  • What is the life-or-death stress in your family that has to do with immobility?
  • Was someone perhaps found dead?
  • Or perhaps somebody - even a child - was found dead or wasn’t moving at all?
  • Whether a child died in its mother’s womb and was discovered not to be moving, we need to keep probing.

Hyperactivity in children is the way in which this child - the hyperactive child - is trying to show his parents that he or she is alive and well.  He or she is trying to reassure the parents that they can stop worrying or grieving because they are not immobile or dead. They try to prove this constantly by moving as much as they can: To prove that they are OK.

To illustrate what has been said so far, here’s an example:

A mother has been carrying a child for a few months and is looking forward to feeling her baby moving in her womb - a sign that this baby is healthy and alive. But there has been no movement yet, so the mother starts to worry.  Her concern is: My baby is not moving yet, and I hope beyond hope that he is fine and alive.

Days go by and no movement shows itself. The mother expresses her concern to friends and family and someone remarks that she should check this out.  The baby could possibly be in need of help or worse still, dead in the womb. Someone may have also told her that when she carried her child he had already moved in the womb by this stage.

By this time, the mother is very distressed and terrified that her child could be dead in her womb. All this information is present in the pregnant mother and is also shared by the baby who was remaining so still in the womb. The mother makes an appointment with the doctor and, much to her relief, she finds that the baby is healthy and very much alive: he or she is just not moving yet.

With hyperactivity in children the message is clear; the child is trying to reassure and tell the parents that he or she is alive. The way they express this is: “Look mother I am moving so you see that I am alive... And they move an exaggerated amount to ‘prove’ that they are healthy because the amount of very slight (or even absent) movement before was insufficient and caused the mother anguish and worry.

Another possibility that may cause hyperactivity in children is this: The child’s earlier sibling died either in the womb or at a very young age. Perhaps the baby was found dead following a crib death and one of the first observations by the mother was the immobility.

During the next pregnancy, the baby might try to reassure the mother by showing behaviour consistent with hyperactivity in children. Moving so much ‘should’ show the mother that he is alive and stop her worrying.

How to relieve this hyperactivity?

To relieve this hyperactivity, we need to see if there’s a story - perhaps ‘hidden’ or at least not publicly talked about. The solution is to relieve or debrief that stress by working through the story and explaining it very clearly, often multiple times, both to the parent and to the child.

Everyone is unique and their life story may be different and so hyperactivity in children may find its roots in different ways. This is why it’s important to seek help from a counsellor who is an expert in this field: Only by finding the correct story will relief be obtained. This is the best - and sometimes only - way to relieve hyperactivity in children.

Here’s an exercise to help relieve hyperactivity for a child who died in its mother’s womb.

First: I suggest to debrief the child that the mother was very distressed and terrified that her child could be dead in her womb.

Second: You need the thank the child for expressing his mother's fear that he could be dead in her womb and was discovered not to be moving.

Third: Tell him that this fear doesn’t belong to him, it belongs to his mother and he doesn’t need to express it any longer because he is alive.

Fourth: I suggest to play a game with the child. The game is to ask him not to move at all for 30 seconds. You can use a clock as a timer. When 30 seconds are up, just let him know that he is still alive after being still a little while.

Repeat to him that this fear does not belong to him any longer, it belongs to his mother and he doesn’t need to express it any longer because he is alive.

This simple exercise should be enough to relieve hyperactivity.

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