Posts tagged ‘Pain’

The laws of health

When confronted with a health challenge, whether a loss of energy or a medically diagnosed, chronic condition label, it is important that you understand what you are dealing with.

Every cell in the body is like a little battery. Every organ, gland and system in your body is made up of cells. In order for your body to function healthily, you must have full cellular power.

If any part of the body shows signs of pain, degeneration, illness or disease, then it’s not the part or system that is affected, it’s the cells in the part or system that are affected.

Every cell needs oxygen to convert glucose into ATP. ATP is the cell fuel or energy that maintains a delicate mineral balance in and around your cells. It’s this delicate balance that accounts for the electrical potential of your cells, without it you are powerless.

In order to get oxygen and remain healthy, your cells must be in a Living, Dry state. If the Living, Dry state is altered you will experience pain, degeneration, illness and disease and ultimately death.

Only one thing can alter the Living, Dry state and that is trapped blood protein. Trapped blood protein pulls water out of the blood stream, reducing the energy field and altering the Living, Dry state.

This only happens when you break the Pure Laws of Health.

The laws are:

1.         Everybody must work…optimal health relies completely upon circulation – the circulation of the blood to deliver essential ‘groceries’ and the circulation of the lymph to ‘do the dishes’. While movement is fundamental to good circulation, it is primarily through breathing that constant flow is maintained.

2.         Don’t argue quarrel or fight…don’t stress yourself physically, emotionally or mentally. Stress is like a shock to the system, it dilates your blood vessels causing massive blood protein loss.

3.         Don’t defile your body . . . if you put anything unnatural into your body you are quite literally poisoning yourself. Make sure that the food you eat is nourishing your body. Even the healthiest body is susceptible to environmental toxins as well as having its own metabolic waste; therefore it must also regularly be cleared, through cleansing.

In conclusion, in the Wet state, four primary conditions arise that lead to every diagnosed symptom of pain, degeneration, illness, disease and ultimately death.

These are oxygen deprivation, dehydration, acidity and nutrient deficiency.

 

*Extract from the brilliant book by Keith Armour McFarlane, Neo health. I can strongly recommend that everyone should read this book. You can order it from www.healsa.co.za

 

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October 1, 2013 at 10:59 am Leave a comment

Eliminate allergic reactions

In Specialised Kinesiology we prefer to talk about Immune Mismatch Responses (IMR) instead of allergies.

Immune Mismatch Responses happen when our bodies react to certain foodstuffs or environmental factors. Specialised Kinesiology has proven very successful in working with these.

Common causes

Wheat, dairy, chemicals, sugar, eggs, grass, nuts, pollen seafood and feathers are some antagonists but each person is different and one could have reactions to almost anything. Trauma is also found to trigger reactions.

Symptoms

Some symptoms include runny nose, sinusitis, sneezing, itchiness, irritability, insomnia, hives, bloating, stomach cramps, redness, dark circles under the eyes, coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath.

November 23, 2011 at 1:20 pm Leave a comment

Stress – Emotional, mental & physical

When we find ourselves in situations where what we are doing is not aligned with our values and beliefs, we experience stress and often with that, some pain. If we are focussing more energy in any one of these quadrants (emotional, mental, physical, spiritual) then one or more of the other quadrants will suffer.  This is when we experience imbalance.

When we don’t feel heard, or despite best efforts we don’t get the desired results, or even when we overwork our bodies or minds to achieve acceptance, we go out of balance and usually one area or more will suffer.

Symptoms of this stress could include:

Relationship problems

Depression

Weight issues

Fatigue

Insomnia

Lack of direction and focus

Pain

Specialised Kinesiology has proven very successful in dealing with the above symptoms and redefining values and beliefs to assist people in living more balanced and happier lives.

I look forward to assisting you with your journey to a happier, less stressed life.

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November 14, 2011 at 2:46 pm 1 comment

Where is life happening?

This is a question that an amazing, authentic women asked awhile back in a mail to her subscriber base. Call it synchronicity, whatever, it reverberated (yes reverberated not resonated 🙂 ) for me again and I really would love to share…

“I used to write a column for a magazine (for about 7 years) and this was one of the strangest letters I ever received.

A woman was very upset and wanted my input – she was angry at people that seemed to take life too lightly. She said that the world was full of pain and that anyone who was laughing was in denial and had no business being happy when there was too much suffering, and lack all around us.

It was a good question so I tried my best to respond. My reply to her is below.

The ‘experience’ of life is not a result of the external world but is completely a result of the inner world. Your world is experienced within you; so in this way you therefore are the creator of your ‘experience’ of life.

One man’s lack is another’s abundance – the only difference is their inner world choice of reality. One man’s hell is another’s heaven.

We only feel upset by another person’s projected reality, if it frightens us. I would ask you why you are so afraid to laugh and experience the joys of life? Instead of focusing on ‘others’; who are also a part of your external world; I would recommend that you honour your innate courage by exploring your inner world. What reality do you really want to choose for yourself – a nightmare or a dream?

Life on earth is hard, we bleed, cry and suffer, without exception – we all die. The man that appears free of the pain of life may not be denying it, but may have embraced it to discovered that pain was only a part of the truth – that beyond the fear and pain was a life experience that also was joyful, blissful and filled with laughter.

When one can be free of the fear of both joy and pain, life and death, dark and light – then wholeness provides one with the ultimate field of possibilities, the power to consciously choose what kind of life you desire to experience.

Meditation

Close your eyes and consider who you may be blaming for your experience of life? How might it serve you to stop blaming and open to a new way of seeing and being. Let your apple tree support you and hold you in your courage to see things in a new and honest way.

Question

Where is life happening?

All my love,  

Colleen-Joy

Courtesy: http://www.colleen-joy.com/

January 14, 2011 at 11:18 am Leave a comment

Kinesiology Massage Promo

Muscle balance/massage

There are few things in life as wonderful as a decent, relaxing, massage especially when you are feeling stressed or your muscles are spasming in your neck, hips and lower back.

I offer an hour-long destressing massage that includes a muscle balance ‘fix-as-you-go’ which will leave you feeling destressed, realigned and very relaxed.

To book this promotional offer at R250 give me a call on 082 602 2882.

December 6, 2010 at 12:41 pm Leave a comment


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