Dealing with bacteria and viruses has been hard this year for a lot of people. The flu season has hit early and hard here in the Washington, DC area. Some area hospital ER rooms are so packed with sick people that they’ve set up triage tents outside to first give care to the most in need. I’m glad that I’m retired from teaching right now. When I was a public school teacher, I used to get every illness that the kids did, only it lasted longer and was much harder on me than it was for them. That rarely happens to me since I’ve learned to talk to bacteria and viruses.
“Talk to bacteria and viruses?” I imagine that you just thought, but that’s exactly what I said. In my personal experience and that of my clients, I often talk to my own gut flora or that of my clients for them. My take is that they are an ancient interface between our bodies and that of the energetic information field around us. They seem to speak in what I call “chakra languages” of which there are three that I’ve identified so far. What seems strange is that the bacteria and viruses don’t get that we don’t understand them anymore, and so keep upping their numbers, hoping that will get our attention and that we’ll hear the message(s) that they’re trying to connect into us on our behalf. Unfortunately, they can increase their numbers so significantly, that the host can be done in entirely by their overwhelming numbers and toxins.
So, last week, I spent about half a day in bed, as I started to come down with the flu, talking to them. The procedure that I use is something along these lines… First, I honestly thank them for the hard work that they’re doing at being so persistent at trying to get my attention. Sometimes, I know exactly what they’re trying to tell me, such as a relationship isn’t working out, or I should be making different decisions regarding my business. Other times, I don’t get the message, (or don’t want to get the message), and so I ask them to please download the message, and that I’ll promise to work to find out what they’re trying to tell me at a later date. I then set aside time when I do feel better, and keep my appointment, as otherwise, I’ll just start getting sick again.
I then, again, thank them for trying to give me the message, and that they truly are welcome to live in my body as long as they’re in small enough numbers that I have no symptoms and that I’m not contagious. At this point, they’re kind of cute, in that they effusively start apologizing at having overrun a viable number of their members for both of us. They actually seem to get excited that a “human kind” can sort of communicate with them, and quickly start decimating themselves. It seems that the collective consciousness of the colony is more important then individual numbers, and so they are more than willing to start cutting back on their members when they realize that you understand how they work. I’ve felt the same sort of communal “mind” when I merge with an ant or termite colony.
The important key here is that you have to be truly sincere when you say that you welcome them to live in your body. The least little sense of grumpiness or begrudging energy, which is easy to fall into when you feel awful, will be picked up by the colony and you’re not going to get better. Another key is to start the welcoming process as soon as you start to feel any symptoms, although if you start after the illness is full-blown, at least the duration will be shortened.
I’ve had tremendous success with this process on the flu, colds, and even shingles. I started to get shingles blisters one day a few years ago, and after four hours of saying “you’re welcome to be here as long as you’re in small enough numbers that I have no symptoms and I’m not contagious” every time I remembered to do so, the blisters were gone. By the next day, the discolored skin from where the blisters had been was back to being clear skin. In comparison, when I had had shingles twenty years before, and was taking whatever was the appropriate medicine then, the blisters lasted about 4 weeks and the discolored skin stayed on about 4 months. This technique is also really successful with yeast infections, especially if you start at the first itch.
My colleagues and I are starting to explore this technique with anti-inflammatory conditions and I’ll report on them as we have more results. Who would have thought that I’d ever be thanking bacteria and viruses for being so persistent, but when you realize that they really do have your best interests at heart and trying to convey important information to you, then I think you’ll see them in a different way, too.
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Maybe you’ve never talked to bacteria or viruses, but have you had an experience where you KNOW that another life form was talking to you. What was the message and how did you feel about that information?
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