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How to understand the body's way of creating a "disease process"
viruses and bacteria flying around everywhere. It is said a grown adult has 4-6lbs (2-3Kg) of bacteria in the gut, recently I have seen proof that viruses and bacteria are produced in the blood (See Dark Field Microscopy). Why do theses supposed microbes,
that can strike us down out of the blue, not affect us all of the time? Is there something else happening? Could there be a process to a disease? In medicine they know there are two types of diseases, the sympathetic COLD disease and the parasympathetic WARM
diseases. Could there be a link to theses diseases? Could one follow the other?
Written below is the process we believe that a person goes through when they have a disease. We believe in Meta-Medicine that all diseases are caused by a significant emotional event followed
by ongoing stress (COLD phase) which, if resolved, the body goes into resolution (WARM phase).What also seems apparent is that all the symptoms that people go through can be explained by this diseases process. Listed below are each on of the 9 points a disease
process goes through.
(1) Health, normality normal day activity and night relaxation.
We feel fine, we are healthy, as you can see from the diagram there is a green line that goes through a day night rhythm. We awaken during the day and sleep at night. If you also notice in this diagram that the dotted line goes down. Let us imagine that
we have been very busy at work, and we have been pushing ourselves, sleeping less and working hard; eating fast foods, drinking a lot of coffee and drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and not exercising. Our vitality and reserves can become depleted. NB
we can still be totally healthy for a conflict shock to affect us but usually these event occur when our vitality or life force energy is reduced.
(2) Biological conflict shock - Significant
Negative Emotional Experiences.
We then experience a Significant Emotional Experience (SEE) or a Biological Conflict shock which catches us completely off guard. This is the Unexpected Dramatic, Isolating
shock where we have No strategy for dealing with the issue. UDIN. During this time everything that goes on is recorded, what we see hear, feel, taste, smell and certain words are logged and stored. One of theses sense has
the most energy attached to it, usually this is either the tone of a person voice or the look a person gives or something else visual such as seeing a piece of jewellery. A sharp focussed ring appears in the brain at a specific location that corresponds to
the organ that is able to deal with the issue most effectively. This ring has all the trapped energy that corresponds to the shock which also sends a wave through the whole body affecting our mind, body, spirit, social and environment interactions.
(3) Conflict phase - cold, sympathetic, conflict active.
We go into the first phase, here
we experience what we would commonly call stress, our hands and feet are cold, we eat little, what we do eat is usually fast food and acidic foods: we can find ourselves eating sweets and drinking alcohol excessively during this time because we are trying
to get away from how stressed we feel. We skip meals, our blood pressure increases, we may have nervous and cold perspiration. Obsessive thinking takes over our whole lives. If this stressful phase carries on for any length of time we loose weight. The blood
is directed from the digestive tract to the muscles and vital organs.
We have a high output of glucose and an increased secretion of adrenaline making faster reactions
possible. Plus we sleep erratically and for short periods of time. Insomnia is common. The organ that is affected changes itself by necrosis (cell degradation) as in widening of a tube such as a blood vessel or bronchial tube allowing more fluid/air to travel
down it. Or the body builds more cells as in more intestine is produced to digest the issue or more glands cells to produced milk to nurture a child back to health.
on the type of organ and its arrangement in our body there will be a growth of fungi, bacteria or a virus that will go unnoticed because it is in the body. The fungal growth occurs around the organ that is affected. This is dormant and in relation to the size
of the cell growth. With bacteria for every cell grown there is an equal cell of bacteria grown in the blood. That is if you are exposed or have the bacteria in your system. Viruses are produced in the brain during this time in a measured amount in accordance
with the cell growth. Sometimes we do not have the fungi, bacteria or virus in our system, if that is the case the body will either find the fungi, bacteria or virus from outside in the environment or it will just not be produced.
Sometimes parasites collect in the body, these seem to be excellent at removing the heavy metals such as mercury in our system. The size of the parasite is also determined by the body, in the stress
phase the parasite is multiplying, getting ready for the next phase. Antibiotics destroy the natural balance of the body and fungi, bacteria, viruses (microbes). It is thought that parasites do the clean up work that could have be done by many of these microbes.
Typical symptoms of the first phase might be constipation, some loss of strength in certain muscles, excessive energy, being able to breath to the bottom of your lungs effortlessly, with little
or no mucous, flaking of the skin, increase in our nasal senses. Sensitivity to touch as in breast glands. Thickening of the lower layer of the skin (dermis).
(4) Conflict resolution or reversal (unconscious or conscious process).
Then we resolve the
conflict, either we are consciously aware of this happening or completely unconscious of the resolution. Good examples of consciously being aware would be when we leave a very stressful relationship for good or an argument gets completely resolved. Unconscious
examples would be whilst we sleep a resolution happens; you wake up with a cold having gone to bed feeling fine. Or something triggers off an association which unconsciously reminds you of a person; this happens with eczema. The resolution of the conflict
happens in the same sense that triggered it but it is opposite to the trigger, therefore a different tone that resolves the issue or a opposite picture e.g. the person looks at you with a genuine smile instead of the angry grimace that was in the original
shock. At this point the symptoms start to appear and we will start to experience a feeling of the regeneration phase. An example would be when you feel like the weight of the world has lifted off your shoulders.
(5) Part A regeneration phase warm, parasympathetic, rest and recuperation.
Part A of the regeneration phase starts just after the conflict resolution and
then the symptoms start to get worse. You feel the relief immediately in the conflict resolution but depending on the background stress, the main symptoms may not appear until later on that day. E.g. you may have been in a meeting that you resolve something
major, you get the first symptoms such as a runny nose, you feel tired so you stress yourself a little and drink some coffee. You have to go for a meal that night, the symptoms get even more intense, you take a cold remedy which probably contains caffeine
and stresses your body a little more to stave off the symptoms. Eventually you get the cold.
During this time the organ that was under stress in the first phase goes
into regeneration. If there had been a cell reduction as in the widening of a blood vessel, to allow more blood to flow, then this needs to be repaired. The cells that were taken away in the stress phase are replaced, in blood vessels this results in swelling
and a restriction of the blood flow. In muscles the muscle is rebuilt and grows. This is carried out by the body working in homeostasis with the fungi, bacteria or viruses that were produced in the stressful phase.
In organs where there was an increase in cells such as in the bowel or the breast glands, the extra cells are no longer required so they are eaten away by bacteria. If the bacteria is not in the system then the issue
becomes encapsulated, a thin film of skin forms around the tumour where it lies dormant.
Extra water is used to support this process hence swelling is normal where the
organ needs to be repaired. This is why we feel pain during this time. The body directs all the blood towards the digestive organs, we have warm hands and feet. There is low blood pressure and usually a fever. We perspire and feel hot. We feel tired and fatigued
our digestive organs get more blood, our appetite comes back but not in the same way as Part B Point (7).
(6) Healing Crisis - short sympathetic, conflict active state, biological test.
The healing crisis is one of the most important points in the disease
process, So much so I have dedicated a whole chapter to this; this is where most people really think the issue is either reversing or getting significantly worse. The healing crisis is a biological test and it serves another purpose, that of squeezing out
the water that was used in the first Part A of the regeneration phase. It is a challenging time because the symptoms are so acute and in some instances can be fatal – as in a heart attack. Some of the typical symptoms are feeling antsy having had no
energy, mild headache up to a migraine, muscle cramps, muscle twitching, epileptic fits, coughing fits, sneezing fits, intense itching, excessive urination is also a common factor during this time. People usually notice the have to visit the toilet (bathroom)
a lot and the amount of water that is passed is significantly greater than they have been drinking during the day. The healing crisis happens at exactly halfway between the start of the regeneration phase (4) and the end of the process (8).
(7) Part B regeneration phase warm, rebuilding of energy reserves.
After the healing crisis we go into more of the regeneration phase, during this time we
will still feel unwell but the main pain has disappeared. The infections we have had will have subsided but we are not back to normal yet. We eat more during this period and it is common to feel ravenously hungry. People tend to put on weight as we build up
reserves. The main healing is basically done, now the repair is completing there is rebuilding or degradation of the organ affected based on how the organ reacted in the first stressful phase. E.g. If there was cell growth as in an intestinal issue, then the
excess intestine will be passed out during this stage. If there was a cell degradation as in a cold the bronchi cell wall is rebuilt, we feel a lack f breath and we spit out the excessive mucous that was required to repair the cell wall.
A good example of this excessive skin growth happens when we cut ourselves. A scab appears which is excessive to the repair which is happening underneath. This is the same for the bronchi
mucosa and this is what we notice as we blow our nose or cough up. You will see it as yellow, brown or slightly bloody phlegm.
(8) End of the disease process.
We complete the process of healing as we come out of the process, we start to feel better our energy comes back. This can
take time depending on the length of the second phase. The deeper the second phase the longer this process will take. During this time there will be may be some remnants of the healing process. e.g. a scab may take a few more days after we feel better to fall
off. There may still be some old phlegm stuck in the bronchi which we eventually cough or end up blowing out through our nose. Our intestine stops being so sensitive to certain foods. Specific organ swelling decreases and returns to normality. Any pain subsides
and eventually stops.
(9) Normality, healthy return to normal day activity and night relaxation.
Return to normality and health, we feel normal and all remnants of the two phases
and symptoms have disappeared. Except we may have a scare or a cyst that is doing nothing. Generally we feel good inside and normal bodily functions are resumed. The area that was affected usually has no excessive extra biological material around it. There
may be some scaring (which tends to be stronger but less durable than the original tissue.) Sometimes the repair leaves an excessive amount of skin, bone or material that can be removed, as in a tumour that has been encapsulated, or a there is more cell reduction
such as in a dimple with acne scarring. At this time we end up feeling good and normal day night rhythm is resumed.