Today's modern lifestyle taking its toll on our health
Physical / Social Changes:
Poor nutrition. “High-tech” food production is yielding nutrient-poor diets even in affluent areas
Social Changes. Family dysfunction due to divorce, single parenting, step-parenting, drug-use etc; Dealing with financial problems due to extensive overspending by utilizing credit sources;
Environmental Changes. Extensive changes to our physical environment due to thousands of new chemicals in our air, foods, water and household products, and exposure to unnatural electromagnetic frequencies
Frequent mental bombardment from a highly stimulated life:
Our constant accessibility. Via cell phones, computers;
Dealing with large amounts of information.
Increased communication and travel speed. Email /instant mail/ phone vs. a letter, travel to almost anywhere in the world in a day;
Leading fully entertained lives. Via an almost continuous input stream of music, radio, television, movies, video games, social events;
The stress of getting to and from work. E.g. due to heavy traffic, seeing to family needs in a rush before you leave;
Rate of advancement in technology. Requires us to constantly be absorbing and learning new information and methods of operation.
Attempting to deal with stresses on our mind and abuses of our body result in:
• Fatigue, anxiety, sleeping problems, mood swings, the blues and memory recall problems.
More advanced effects are:
• Chronic depression, ADHD, autism, schizophrenia, and suicide.
What are the effects of emotional and physical stress?
Affects Hormone production
Our body's hormone production becomes unbalanced by emotional (and physical) stress - Our entire body's operations are controlled by the hormones produced by our endocrine glands and other organs, including the hypothalamus, pituitary, pineal, thyroid, thymus, adrenals, pancreas, testes and ovaries.
Increases reactive oxygen species (ROS)
Affects body organs/glands
When a person experiences emotional trauma or stress, that emotion expresses itself somewhere specific within the body.
Louise Hay identified a correlation in over 300 conditions with their respective organ/gland
Some of those correlations we are familiar with:
• Butterflies in the stomach before a talk
• Cold you got after an anger episode
• Bowel problems following fear or anxiety
• Tears when we are sad
This author is not convinced of the degree of correlations being espoused, but for those who would like to dig deeper into the idea:
Negative vs. Positive emotions
When we hold onto a negative emotion from childhood (E.g. a trauma or significant event) - that negative energy locks into the associated organ/gland compromising its natural, “healthy” frequency.
"Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be”
- Abraham Lincoln
Negative (heavy) thoughts are connected with fear, lack-mindedness, suffering, and pain.
Negative thoughts cause a person to conjure thoughts which trap one into negative perceptions of their reality:
1. Continuously comparing yourself to others.
2. Contentment with suffering and prolonged states of pain
3. Identifying oneself based on toxic habits and toxic relationships
4. Practicing escapism
5. Reinforcing negative perceptions through toxic self-talk and literally looking for to prove the actuality of one's negative perceptions.
6. Fantasizing rather than visualizing
Positive (lighter) thoughts are connected with beauty, consciousness, love, peace, and order - these lighter thoughts lead to high vibrational frequency subconscious tendencies such as:
1. Finds self-worth in one's true and authentic self.
2. Lives by and through inspiration.
3. Knows, feels, and accepts the eternal connection to God, the Source of All Creation
4. Develops his or her Visionary Insight
5. Reinforces the positive perception that “all things work together for good.”
6. Visualizes and focuses energy and attention towards his or her vision of purpose in life.
Emotions affect body frequencies
- Positive thoughts raise our overall body frequency by 10 MHz. - negative thoughts lower it by 12 MHz.
- Prayer and meditation increase our overall body frequency by 15 MHz.
|Emotional Frequency Order(Lowest to highest)|
|(according to Robert Tennyson Stevens)|
|Unconsciousness||Apathy||Grief||Fear||Anger||Emotional / Physical Pain||Enthusiasm, Love, Joy|
Emotions somehow enable us to Make Decisions
It seems some people who suffer minimal brain damage retain their cognitive ability (their ability to reason) but lose their ability to feel any emotion - when a major medical institution studied these poor souls, they found something fascinating . . .
When deprived of their ability to feel emotion, these still-intelligent, rational, thinking people were incapable of making ANY decision - They couldn't even decide which shirt to wear... what to order in a restaurant... or how to manage their money!
“Trapped” emotional energy prevents us from fully living in the present
No baby is born bored or depressed. Infants are full of wonder and awe. They breathe deeply, relax completely, radiate energy and sparkle with the light of life in their eyes.
Make Peace with Your past, so that it will not mess up your present. Holding on to unresolved emotional energy, such as anger, fear, resentment, pain or other emotions, prevent us from living fully in the present. By being locked up in our mind and body, these past energies interrupt our present energy flow.
Meridian Tapping Therapy (MTT). Provides a simple, no cost therapy to unblock cellular communication pathways that become blocked as a result of past or present traumas or emotional hang-ups.
Spiritual Connections bring Love, Joy, Peace and Vitality
To be truly healthy and alive, you need a clear conduit to God. Being connected to God provides sensitivity, inspiration, empathy, compassion and intuition, feeling connected, communing with those around you, humanity, joy, happiness and peace.
Without God - Sense of isolation, loneliness, confusion and fear, weakened will to live, life lacks vision and meaning.
Food for Thought (“Matter over Mind”)
Fats. Neurotransmitters deliver message across the synapse to receptor sites contained in the myelin sheath. This sheath is made of phospholipids, each comprised of a saturated and an unsaturated fatty acid. Brain is 60% fat, if you take out the water
Amino Acids, Enzymes, Vitamins, Minerals. Turning an amino acid into a neurotransmitter requires enzymes that require vitamins, minerals and other amino acids
Attend to Diet, Lifestyle and Emotional State
"The medical kit of the future"
General electrotherapy health benefits. Used systemically and/or locally at specific problem areas of the body, its effective application has many benefits:
|Detoxification||Wellness / Healthy aging||Pain relief|
|Relief from insomnia||Immune system restoral||Anti-Inflammatory|
|Maximizes cellular energy production||Accelerated tissue /bone
|Muscle relaxation / rehabilitation||Increased blood oxygen
There are several reasonably affordable electrotherapy devices available for personal use. The following electrotherapies are those that have received a significant amount of positive feedback:
|Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) therapy|
|Near Infrared (NIR) class 4 laser therapy|
Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation (CES) applies specific frequency patterns to the head area, with the following benefits:
|Balances neurotransmitters||Relieves pain||Treats depression|
|Substance abuse withdrawal||Relieves insomnia||Relieve stress / anxiety|