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Saturday, May 2, 2009

The Displacement of Magnetic Polarizations- 1990

 EACH organ has its axis, each with a corresponding polarization. Central to all is the blood, which circulates amidst seeming chaos. The displacement and arrhythmia of the lateral motions of each individual chakra is indicated and manifested through ill-health, symptomatic in malfunction of the whole.

Outside influences can displace the sensitive organism, in a way that indicates malfunction, alarming the individual concerned to blockages in the vital flow - cosmic hiccups, as it were.

The metabolism firstly, must be equipped and strengthened. Secondly, there will be found that at certain star-times the weakened organ/s will be prone to behave differently. Thus for no apparent reason, symptoms can be aggravated or alleviated.

The snake is presenting itself today. Yogis, sensitive folk, took all precautions with this vital organ; realizing its action on the metabolism as a repository, to aid in the final purification of the matter within.

The snake has no teeth to speak of, fangs yes, but no teeth to digest with initially. Visualize the snake consuming the mouse, ingested whole. See the mass dissolve and disperse, so that by the end of the process, the offending matter has gone and the form has resumed its slender shape.

Avoid the overuse of acids, a bitter taste will awaken problems. Boiled cabbage leaves are good, cabbage water is better. Drink much, the tract requires a steady and constant lubrication.

Sugars harvest overactivity, sending the vitality into unsteadiness. Fats turn to sluggishness, whilst the sour foods slow the action in a halt. Start by eating small quantities constantly throughout the day, evenly, never ingest one large meal - if need be stop after half, and return one or two hours later.

If food is taken in small quantities (one hundred times a day if you like) overall it will sap the vitality less. This is a specific for the snake. It draws too much leaving the individual concerned feeling weakened by the overactivity of response, as the forces employed by the snake are thrown into action almost as quickly as food enters the mouth.

Slowly, and with constancy, the internal orbit will strengthen, excess in any particular will jolt the axis sufficiently to cause discomfort in the system.

Use a hair-brush (preferably with real bristles), and dip in water - rose or lavender - brushing the hair twenty times a day. Worry will dispel. Some use grease for the same problem. Many a sensitive yogi shaved the offending tentai.
If tiredness persists or an unwelcome visitor has touched you, shower.

Wear sandals when possible, walk with bare feet, or leave the socks off under the sandals. Do not restrict the feet. Bathe feet if you cannot shower, baths are good. After going to the street where there are people, change clothes when at home.

Carrot juice is good. 

Visualize the bull with its cosmic horns. Radios when off, channel sound just as they are. Visualize the streams of constant flow, discharge the bad radiations, dispel the confusing harassment of sub-negative charge.

Further information given for poor digestion:
Start the meal with a drink of lemon juice or honey in water.


  1. "Shoes destroy feet, preventing proper toe spread, which interferes with the foot’s ability to function properly, and prevent proper movement development, which can make children be more susceptible to foot and lower leg injury. The benefits of going barefoot, however, are plentiful.

    "One major benefit of allowing a child to go barefoot is that it strengthens the feet and lower legs, making the body more agile and less prone to injury. It also enhances proprioception, the sense of the relative position of neighboring parts of the body and strength of effort being employed in movement. In other words, going barefoot helps a child develop body awareness. Geary explains that the nerves in our feet are sensitive (the sole of your foot has over 200,000 nerve endings– one of the highest concentrations in the entire body) for this very reason; they make us safer, more careful, and better able to adapt to the ground beneath us. When barefoot, we are better able to climb, cut, pivot, balance, and adjust rapidly when the ground shifts beneath us, as it does when we walk on uneven terrain, or anything besides concrete and pavement.

    "Dr. Kacie Flegal, who specializes in pediatrics, wrote about optimal brain and nervous system development of babies and toddlers, stating that being barefoot benefits a young child tremendously. “One of the simplest ways to motivate proprioceptive and vestibular development is to let our babies be barefoot as much as possible.” She goes on to say, “Another benefit to keeping babies barefoot is the encouragement of presence of mind and conscious awareness. As the little pads of babies’ feet feel, move, and balance on the surface that they are exploring, the information sent to the brain from tactile, proprioceptive, and vestibular pathways quiet, or inhibit, other extraneous sensory input. This creates focus and awareness of walking and moving through space; babies get more tuned in to their surroundings.”

    "Another benefit of going barefoot is that it encourages a natural, healthy gait. Adam Sternberg wrote about the topic for New York Magazine in 2008 and cited studies that reveal the damage shoes are doing to our feet; in particular, that we humans had far healthier feet prior to the advent of shoes. Sternberg further reported that despite these findings, people are still not actively encouraged to go barefoot outdoors. Podiatrist Dr. William A. Rossi said it all when he wrote, “It took 4 million years to develop our unique human foot and our consequent distinctive form of gait… in only a few thousand years, and with one carelessly designed instrument, our shoes, we have warped the pure anatomical form of human gait, obstructing its engineering efficiency, afflicting it with strains and stresses and denying it its natural grace of form and ease of movement head to foot.”

  2. Schoolchildren with no shoes on ‘do better and behave better in the classroom’, research shows…

    A decade-long study reveals that heading into the classroom sans shoes could also be one of the keys to a good education.

    Researchers at the University of Bournemouth followed children in over 100 schools in 25 different countries for the past 10 years and found that children who leave their shoes outside the classroom arrive to school earlier, leave later, read more frequently, behave better and are more engaged in their lessons than their shoe-wearing counterparts — all of which ultimately results in better academic achievement overall.

    In Scandanavian schools, the practice is considered normal. Children in northern Europe have learned with their shoes off because they are left at the school door due to snow, ice or slush. Now the results are in and perhaps we should be calling for the same ‘shoe-less policy?’

    Researchers believed that children who take their shoes off before entering the class and more relaxed while learning, as they “feel at home”

    Ever take your shoes off at work? No? Do that and let us know how it feels… Comfortable, that’s what…..

    “Children are much more willing to sit on the floor and relax if they have no shoes on, The last place a child would sit to read is an upright chair and we’ve found that 95 per cent of them actually don’t read on a chair at home.” Stephen Heppell, lead researcher.

    The homey feeling may also be what’s responsible for shoe-less children arriving to class earlier and staying later than kids who wear shoes in the classroom — which translates, on average, to half an hour of extra learning per day. “The key to attainment is engagement and if children want to be there and enjoy being there, universally they do better,” Heppell says. “When they arrive late and leave early and are disengaged, their performance suffers. Kids with shoes on are less engaged than those without shoes.”

    What’s more, the study found that bullying rates in schools that have no-shoe policies are markedly reduced. “It seems to be difficult to be a bully with your shoes off,” notes Heppell. “All the places we’ve been where kids have their shoes off, they report calmness.”

    When “everything is going in their favour” children’s academic standards tend to improve too.


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