Increase of the energy = Improvement of health
It is the belief that you are going to develop. Disease is lifestyle-driven, except for those who are congenitally deficient.
Flu season is back again. People are starting to get the Whooping Cough vaccines. But do we really need the vaccines? Is it really the virus that causes us sick? Or is it caused by something else?
Flu usually happens during Holiday seasons. There are things that add more toxicity into our body system, such as eating more, drinking more (Alcohol is the total product of decay. It is pure acid in the system. It destroys cells and interrupts everything. It simply overwhelms the body.), partying more, maintaining normal responsibility, adding more additional responsibility, handling in-laws' visiting, stressing more, and even having more excitements. These in turn, will cause deficiency of the nerve energy.
Some countries will have holidays in hot seasons, and some will have holidays in cold seasons, which both require extra adjustments to the extreme temperature in our bodies. When your body requires more energy, this will throw off the balance in the body. You body is no longer function efficiency. As toxicity goes up, the function of your body goes down. Eventually your body will shut off when exhausted.
After having heavy meals during the holiday seasons, we tend to immediate hop into the “cleansing mode” for the next few days by juicing, going to the gym, or even stop eating for days. This extreme "quick-fix" does not really help to "maintain" a healthy body in a long run. A moderation of eating habit and lifestyle should be maintained in order for your body to create a healthy immune protection.
When we get sick, we tend to look for “something” to blame. For the most part, we tend to look for germs or even flu virus.
The typical flu symptoms are: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, chills, aches, and pains.
Do they sound similar to the symptoms when a person who is poisoned? Most likely!
When a body is poisoned, the body is trying to get rid of poisons by expelling them out of the system through vomiting, diarrhea, or even sweating.
Before we blame on the germs or virus, let's understand that germ itself is not enough to cause disease. For instance, when a group of people are exposed to the same germ, not every single one of them will get sick. No one specific germ is an absolute guarantee of a specific disease. Germs are not the source of disease. You can have all the germs around you, and you still won't necessary get sick. On the other hand, you can have a disease when germs are not available. Germs are signs of life. If you create a polluted environment, then germs will be magnified.
No virus is alive. None of the virus has been proved to be “alive.” Something that is “alive” will consume things on itself. It eliminates things, and it has its own movement.
In order to maintain a good health, we want to maintain a homeostatic balance.
Homeostatic balance = Ability of a body to heal itself
Acid in our system creates a breakdown of our body system. So, what creates acids in our system?
Anger, stress, worry, or any negative emotions can create acids in our system. Red Blood Cells carry oxygen to all over a body. When acids come along, cells start to weaken as the environment is getting more acidic. The blood cells will stick together, and it will get less oxygen. Consequently, we will feel sluggish.
There are simple ways to maintain a healthy and balanced life. Maintain a balanced diet, do moderate exercise, and MOSTLY IMPORTANTLY maintain a positive and relaxed mental state of mind each day by simply doing 10-15 meditation (or prayers), drawing (or painting), listening to soothing and relaxing music, or just laughing out loud on some funny jokes or movies. Give yourself some "alone" time to unwind regardless of whatever daily obligations you may have.
matty Hui, C.HT., C.M.T., MSAOM, D.D.
Matty Hui (a.k.a Lingfei) holds her B.S. degree in Holistic Science and M.S. in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Furthermore, she is currently pursuing her Ph.D studies in Eastern and Western Medicine research.
K. Steinborn, C.Ht.
Karrie is a Pranic Healer, a Hypnotherapist, and an ordained minister. She also uses her own life experience to help guide the others through the process of growth and change regardless if it is using hypnosis or energy work.
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