Many times I have mentioned how the reason for our ill health is a toxicity on the cellular level.
This toxic pollution can be caused by cells ingesting it or by the inability of our cells to eliminate their waste.
We are well aware of the health issues that arise when we live with constipation.
When we are constipated, we are not eliminating and cleansing our digestive tract. This causes stagnation of energy. We feel heavy, bloated and sleepy. Our energy diminishes and we cannot function normally.
If we allow this to persist, our health rapidly declines. Putrefaction process starts, more toxic elements form, and the result is inflammation of our intestines.
If our cells do not eliminate their waste, similar thing happen and the end result will be the inflammation.
To be able to eliminate their waste, our cells require water, sodium, oxygen, and energy (electric energy).
Sodium and oxygen will merge under the influence of high voltage electric impulse and produce potassium in a process we call the cold fusion. The buildup of potassium inside of the cell will trigger the cellular osmotic pump and water will start flowing into the cell. Once the cells water level increases, the pressure is created that allows for the toxic elements to be flushed out from the cell.
Now as I have mentioned all of this in an article about a fear, what is the role of the fear in all of this?
Well, what is fear?
The fear is an emotion of an unpleasant thought that scares us or makes us feel uneasy about something and it lingers in our conscious and subconscious mind.
Someone can scare us with sudden noise but as we realize what has happened we calm down and we do not give it a second thought, we do not hold it in, we are no longer fearful of it.
Sometimes our fears overwhelm us and we start avoiding things we love to do because of the fear factor that may be associated with them. Many people refuse to swim in the sea because of the fear of shark. Some people avoid walking on the grass because of the fear of snakes. Some people avoid forest because of the fear of spiders. Those extreme fears that prevent us from doing things we call phobias.
The most common fear phenomenon is the fear of death and closer to it we think we are, the more we fear it.
When we are young we do not give it another thought. Older we are and sicker we feel the more focus is given to death and more fear it creates.
Why do I write about fear?
Because the fear is a form of stress that lingers. It stays with us day and night, day after day especially if we are in the situation where it can materialize, manifest itself.
The fear creates a stress that is robing the body of the energy it needs making us toxic on the cellular level.
Our cells cannot hydrate, they become acidic and toxic. Our organs stop functioning, our brain fogs up. The complete collapse of our health can occur if we do not control our fear.
Another common reason that triggers the fear is change.
Our brain is a programmed robot that fears everything that it is not accustomed to. If you want it to do something new it will respond with the fear, the fear of change. More often you expose the brain to changes, the less fearful will it become of them.
This is very important when we are talking about healing. Since we are programmed with the wrong information as far as our health goes, we become fearful to do something that contradicts our knowledge (belief). In this way, even when we follow the new instructions and provide our body with what it needs (water, sea salt, saturated animal fats and proteins….) our cells will remain short on the energy as the fear makes it impossible to flow and our cells stay dehydrated, acidic and toxic and our health cannot improve.
I am noticing this over and over again. Everyone who is following “The Self Healers Protocol” and does it in fear has a rough time with achieving the beneficial healing results. Their hydration, their cleansing, and their sub-sequential healing are extremely slow.
The fear is the result of our brain’s activity, it does no benefits to our survival, it only prevents us from experiencing the life to our fullest capacity. Fear is just another of our senses with which we can measure the intensity in which we are experiencing certain events.
We cannot assume that the fear is not an important factor in us experiencing the life, but we have to be able to have the upper hand over it so that the fear does not end up causing further problems and prevents us from experiencing what we came here to experience.
The only way to control our fears is by understanding the nature of things that are happening around us. The more we understand, the less we are going to fear whatever is being thrown at us.
The more you are familiar with the spider, the less you will fear the forest.
The more you become familiar with the shark, the less fear you will have to go and swim in the sea.
The more you understand the life, the less you will fear the death.
The more you understand the health, the less you will fear the disease.
It all depends on how you program your brain. This is why we have to continue reprogramming our brain. Replacing the faulty programs with the new ones, eliminating the confusion and the fear that the brain will create when it is exposed to something that it does not know or does not understand or it knows but in a wrong way.
You cannot heal if you are afraid of what you are doing no matter how beneficial it is what you do. And I am not even talking about the manifestation, just the simple act of energy disturbance.
You have to have faith and trust the things that you do. This is why I go to such lengthy explanations. Things have to make sense to be understood and not to be feared. You cannot sit comfortably on two chairs at the same time. Neither can you follow one set of instruction comfortably if you have doubt because of some other contradictory information that you have been exposed to.
Doubt trigger fear. The fear creates stress. The stress robs you of energy an creates the cellular toxicity.
The cellular toxicity results in cellular dysfunction we call disease.
Learn to conquer your fear by learning the truth about yourself, and the events of which you are part of and call them your life.
Celebrate for you have graduated my eternal family, I love you all.
Happy 2018 Everyone!
I spent New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day hanging at home, getting recharged for the year ahead.
In general, a lot is coming up in 2018, and a lot of big and small decisions will be made that will have both big and small impacts on the environment.
There are definitely actions I can do better at and these are what I plan to focus on in 2018.
What are your goals?
Do you have any suggestions on how to reach these goals?
January is here and you’ve made your New Year’s Resolution to lose weight this year. It’s a great start if you’ve made a decision to lose weight or improve your health, BUT, according to Forbes, only 8% of people who make a New Year’s Resolution actually achieve it. 8%!!!
Why is this?
When a New Year Resolution is created, it’s usually with the intension of it lasting the whole year, for example ‘in 2018 I want to lose 30lbs’,’I want to slim down for a summer wedding in 7 months time’ or ‘I want to get healthier’ – none of these are achieved overnight or even in a month or 2 so they would be classed as long term objectives.
For the first two or three weeks in January we are focused, we are determined, we failed with last year’s resolution so this year we must stick to it! Towards the end of the month the focus and determination tends to wear off, perhaps boredom of doing the same gym routine 3 days a week, or eating the same boring food everyday.
Setting a resolution
A resolution (or just a goal as I refer to it) can be a really good way of making a change or improvement to your life. Goals are a great way of staying on track and helping to get to where you want to be.
I have set goals since the beginning of my weight loss journey and it has helped me to lose and maintain almost 7 and a half stone (46kg/103lb) and find a passion for leading a healthy lifestyle. Personally, I like to have 3 or 4 bigger goals for the year but I also set 3 to 5 smaller goals each month – this helps me to stay focused and make progress while working to achieve my overall goal.
I recommend using SMART objectives to set your goals. These objectives are frequently used by managers to achieve their business goals. SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time.
Applying SMART to weight loss
- Specific – ‘I want to lose 2 stone” or “I want to run a half marathon”
- Measurable – ‘I’ll weigh myself weekly’ or ‘I’ll measure my fitness levels’
- Achievable – “I will eat healthy food and go to the gym 3 times a week’
- Realistic – “am I willing to work towards this goal?” “is it worthwhile?”
- Time – “Is there a time limit for me to achieve this goal?” or “When do I want to have achieved this goal by?”
You can find out more about SMART goals here
So how do I stick to a resolution?
- Write down your goals – seeing your goals written down in your own handwriting can dramatically increase the likelihood of achieving your goals
- Set smaller goals too – monthly or quarterly goals will help to keep you on track while you work towards your overall goal
- Mix things up – change your workout routine and your diet plan regularly to keep it interesting, this will help to create a healthy lifestyle long term
- Remind yourself of your progress – working towards a big goal means that it could be a while before you start to see results, remind yourself of how well you have done and stay motivated (read my motivation blog for ideas on staying motivated)
- Stay focused – remind yourself why you set the goal and why you want to achieve it
- Enjoy working towards your goal – enjoying your journey and seeing/feeling progress and will make it so much easier to achieve long term!