FIX THE CELL, YOU GET WELL by Cathy D. Slaght
Which paradigm do you want to follow?
The standard model – both mainstream and alternative- says “let's clean out the colon.”
To a point, that's fine.
But there's always an underlying problem, and it's NOT toxic gook in the colon.
It's what we're eating.
Detoxes aren't going to fix THAT.
So here we go- look at all the detox products and services available. Big money-maker.
We figure, “eat what you want, just do regular detoxes”.
More often than not, we periodically start one or another protocol and then don't follow through.
But even if we DO- the toxins will just leave one area, such as the intestines, and mill around in the body until they can find a new home.
The new home will be the body's weakest tissues.
This could be why people who do one detox after another keep having so many problems!
(And just a mention on CLAY detoxes- apparently many of these are LOADED with toxins! Check this out for yourself before going that route!)
All this is concerning on many levels, one of which is that toxins effect DNA.
So, for our group work today- etheric, not physical- I'd started out thinking it would be best to use some specific cellular codes, with the idea of “fixing the cells” on an etheric level.
After all, cells are designed to automatically detox.
But, testing for benefit of this approach showed that wasn't where to start.
As you'll see in the screen cast, The Wonder Click was 92% benefit.
Top theme- immunity, greatest resistance hormones.
Interesting Words To Ponder, in that often you can tell a person's level of toxicity by looking at their eyes-
Words to Ponder= It is funny how we can see this outside world using our eyes; and we can see someone's inside world looking into their eyes.
Other areas of stress appearing in the scan-
Throat chakra, parasympathetic nervous system, parathyroid, large intestine, blaming, arms and hands, anxiety, embarassment, undoing, and hormones.
For Shen, we're inverting a pattern of our of control behavior.
Nei Gong is inverting a pattern of stress related to immunity.
Cathy D. Slaght