BREAK STEREOTYPES TO FREE YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS TO HEALING

BREAK STEREOTYPES TO FREE YOUR CONSCIOUSNESS TO HEALING

Part I, Chapter 1 of the book “Brain Saver Protocols” (Part Three)

I have witnessed many trends in the past that have failed to restore people to health from the symptoms and conditions listed in this book.

Or, when a very helpful trend started, I've seen it eventually get twisted into something else and no longer help people. For example, cleansing the body with fresh lemon water in the morning is a beneficial practice. When it changes to drinking a glass of hot water with lemon, it changes the effect. Although the lemon retains its healing properties, even though it has been thermally processed, hot water with lemon does not cleanse the blood, liver and body of poisons and toxins. This is only achieved with lemon water made with water that is room temperature, lukewarm or even cold. The same change in a practice altered to the point of no longer being useful can occur with celery stalk juice. Celery works on its own when it is freshly squeezed and pure, without additives. Yet it has become fashionable to add lemon, ice or water, which no longer allows the celery stalk juice to work to its full potential.

It is necessary to free your mind to apply this healing information with the appropriate tools and techniques. Free space is needed in the brain to gather what you need during the healing process. You need this space to understand and learn the details so you can get the most out of your treatment. When you have a life to live with lots of distractions and daily challenges, you can lose valuable brain space. So if you follow a trend that doesn't work, or you're convinced that it works, but it doesn't actually do what it promises, it limits the space for the real stuff that would really help you and prevents you from implementing new tools and capabilities for treatments that could really make a difference. So you take up a lot of space in your head with trends that only waste your time.

There is widespread confusion in the health world about the difference between someone who is chronically ill with neurological symptoms and someone who also has neurological symptoms but is not chronically ill. You cannot apply the same treatment protocols.

For example, if you don't suffer from a neurological symptom or condition, but you take ice baths, you may feel like you're succeeding at something that's great for your health. In reality, ice baths very quickly put your body into a state close to hypothermia, which shocks your nervous system, your cardiovascular system, and your endocrine system, causing your adrenaline to surge because your brain is sending emergency messages to your adrenal glands that a bodily crisis is underway. , which becomes life-threatening. A violent and sharp drop in body temperature over a prolonged period of time can also lower the immune system. All of this is detrimental to a person who has chronic neurological problems, whose nerves are not working properly due to pathogens, metals and other challenges in the body. Ice baths are not a good idea for someone who has tendinitis, neuropathy, migraines, or chronic fatigue, just a few of the hundreds of symptoms and conditions that do not warrant ice baths. (Note that a very quick cold shower or short ice bath to bring down a very high temperature is quite different from lying in the snow or being out in the freezing cold without serious clothing or spending time submerged in ice cold water .)

So it is with all trends. Not enough attention is paid to who can play a given trend and who can't play these games. The same goes for water fasting and even intermittent fasting. There are differences between individuals in terms of their symptoms and conditions when it comes to whether it is a good idea to participate in it or not. Certain tendencies interfere, tilt the scales, send the treatment in the opposite direction. Alkaline water ionizers are a prime example of a trend that works against you as you try to apply remedies to help you.

One way to navigate trends and find out if they work or not is to follow history. Back when people in the health movement used alkaline water ionizers as their only investment in their health, they not only saw no improvement, they felt their health deteriorate. Now the world has changed. People are eating better, starting to enter the world of nutritional supplements that may offer some benefits, choosing wisely, avoiding major preservatives, substitutes, processed foods and fast food, and all these improvements are working for them. Because they experience all these positives, they cannot clearly feel the negative effects of following a trend, such as alkaline water ionizers. Especially if they use the Healing Medium's healing protocols that move them forward faster and further in their healing process, overpowering the negative effects of something like alkaline ionizing water machines, they don't realize the problems they would experience if they didn't balance the effect of this water. If you don't know the history of these standalone alkaline water ionizers, you can't realize how much further along you would be in your healing process without them.

The article is a quote from Anthony William's latest book - "Brain Saver Protocols" (not yet translated into Bulgarian).

To read the rest of the chapter on "Your Healing Process", see our blog articles:

  • "Your Healing Process"
  • "Three Basic Steps in the Healing Process"
  • "What it really means to be moderate"

  • Watch Anthony William's video: "YOU CAN BE HEALED"

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