The Uncharted Territory of Remote Healing Tags: The Uncharted Territory of Remote Healing



There was a time in the US when chiropractors were looked at with suspicion, homeopaths and herbalists were considered quacks, and naturopaths, acupuncturists, ayurvedic medicine practitioners, rolfers… these were unheard of. Well, things change. Alternative medicine is the preferred choice of millions of people now, and for very good reason.

Who doesn’t know that the human body is energy, with energy vortexes and channels? Your mainstream medical doctor, that’s who. Western medicine is a little slow on the uptake, but that’s okay. We’ll move on. They’re great when it comes to traumatic injury, tests and diagnosis, but for dealing with the source of disease they’re quick to confess… we don’t know.

Well, who does know the human body is energy? Your local theoretical physicist will tell you, and so will the metaphysician next door. I’m joking… but not. Turns out everybody is local, but we’ll get to that in a minute.

How does disease enter the body? Bad food, too much food, no nutrition, toxic substances, viruses and bacteria, stressful thoughts, attachment to negative emotions and going stagnant from too much sitting… to name a few. To be healthy, we do our best to avoid the disease causing factors.

But what about energy? How can we affect energy to heal the body or maintain health? Acupuncture is a very old health system that works to circulate and balance energy, medical Chi Kung is another and metaphysical energy work is another. These methods work on channels and blocks or clusters within the physical body and within the etheric body which surrounds the physical. The practitioner is with you, either hands-on or near you, affecting the etheric.

Here is where the real new frontier begins: as the matrix ponders how to genetically modify and patent human embryos, we step off across the universe into the most liberating health technology ever! I get excited. There are healers who can work on you when they are thousands of miles away from you. I hope this doesn’t sound like fantasy, because yes, this is real. A healer can work on you from anywhere… such work is called remote healing.

To understand how, it is important to return again to the fact that we are all energy. In the energetic reality of the universe, there is no distance. We are all local, like I said. I’m sure you’ve had a taste of this in telepathy… no magic… just the vast reality of what we are and ‘what is’.

The remote healer can view or feel the energy of the person they are going to work on from any physical distance, as each person’s energy signature is as unique as their life experience. The feeling of us is the information of us and even the sound of us… all of our information including that which needs to be cleared and adjusted to facilitate healing. The healer needs only to tune in and locate the resonance, and this is done through natural abilities, meditation and deep relaxation or trance.



3 Key Benefits of Connecting With the Earth Tags: Healthy Truth

by Dr. Daniel Chong

What are the most basic, fundamental recommendations you can think of in terms of how to improve your health and prevent disease?

Eat well. Exercise. Get more sleep.
Sound familiar? That’s what I learned in school and that’s what I teach to my patients and clients on a daily basis. Some might argue other steps like exposure to sunshine and fresh air, stress reduction, quality social interaction, living a purposeful life and even hydrotherapy are equally necessary and fundamental, and I really wouldn’t argue against any of them. What I would, however, argue for is the inclusion of an additional step; one that, until recently, has been fairly unrecognized, certainly by the conventional medical system, but also by most alternative health practitioners. What is it?Touch the Earth.Wait a second, you say. Unless I’ve had this whole gravity thing wrong all along, I thought we were touching the earth. Well, we are, but not like we should be. It just so happens that humans are actually meant to touch the earth with our bare skin, and that doing so may be as fundamentally healthy for us as any other health promoting habits you’ve learned about along the way.The most common term used these days to describe this simple, yet powerful healing technique is Earthing. Another term is grounding. If you have yet to explore this technique, you are all missing out. In fact, these days, from what I have seen in my own practice, I would now rate it as on par with all other basics requirements for optimal health we know so well.

Traditional healthcare systems like Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine have promoted the health benefits of skin-to-skin contact with the earth for hundreds, if not thousands of years. If that’s not reason enough to consider this therapy, there is also now a growing body of research not only proving what those wise physicians knew all along, but showing exactly what happens when we perform this simple act.

What is known for certain is when you touch the earth with your skin or through material that does not insulate you from its energy field you immediately begin absorbing a significant amount of electrons from its surface into your body. The key questions are whether or not this matters to you and what exactly happens to you when you do it. My experiences, having recommended this treatment to patients now for years, have been nothing short of astounding in some cases. I like research and reproducible “proof” as much as the next doc, but for me, the responses I see in my own patients trump all. Nonetheless, for other obvious reasons, research and the proof it can provide are important. Here are some highlights from what we know so far:

1. Touching the earth is calming, reduces many negative effects of stress and can help you sleep

Have you ever arrived at your favorite park or beach, taken your shoes off and felt a seemingly instantaneous sense of calm overtake you? You’ve probably never even thought twice about it. Being at the beach or in a park is just nice, so of course you feel calmer right? Nope, it appears there may be something more to it than that.Recent research into the effects of grounding is showing that it leads to an increase in parasympathetic nervous system activity, and reduces sympathetic activity. The fact that most of us walk around in a state of nearly perpetual sympathetic overdrive, anything that encourages parasympathetic activity is beneficial. Beyond that, additional research into other parameters of stress has shown that grounding also directly normalizes both cortisol secretion, a hallmark of stress activity in the body, and melatonin secretion, which is of course crucial for a good night’s sleep and possibly much, much more.2. Touching the earth is anti-inflammatory
Chronic inflammation is now understood to be a primary, causative factor in seven of the top ten leading causes of mortality in the United States. It is beyond the scope of this article to review the details of chronic inflammation, how and why it happens, but it is important to realize that chronic inflammation is not a good thing, and Earthing may be a simple way to reduce it, whatever the cause may be.As we know, an inflammatory response in your body begins with the production of free radicals (electrically charged particles) in an injured area, which help prevent infection and stimulate the healing process. However, when an inflammatory response becomes chronic, the excessive free radical activity begins to damage healthy tissue in the surrounding area. Depending on the tissue in question, this process could result in cancer, cardiovascular disease, arthritis or one of many other types of chronic disease.Earthing, which saturates the healthy tissue in your body with negative electrons, literally works to create a barrier through which these free radicals cannot pass, in turn protecting you from the outlying damage they would otherwise cause.3. Touching the earth helps keep your blood flowing

For blood to flow efficiently through your veins, arteries and capillaries, the cells need to move freely amongst each other, and not get stuck together. To aid in this process the surface of your red blood cells all have a negative charge to them, known as a zeta potential, literally causing them to repel each other. The greater the negative charge is around your blood cells, the greater the zeta potential, and the better your blood cells will bounce off of each other and continue flowing along. The electrons you absorb from the earth’s surface are negatively charged as well, and contribute to a greater zeta potential. The end result then is that touching the earth helps to naturally encourage blood flow.


[Hat tip: Pamrm-tx!]


Discovery of Plant used to remove Fluoride

Published on May 24, 2013
by pinksapphiret

The Tulasi plant can be used to significantly reduce the amount of fluoride in drinking water...

SOURCE CREDIT: by Andrew Puhanic, Truth Theory


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