Thursday, January 19, 2006

EFT - Emotional Freedom Techniques

Many of the diseases and other personal problems we experience stem from or are exacerbated by emotional issues. Negative emotions, brought on perhaps by a painful experience or event, lack of sleep or simply the stress of modern life, can wreak havoc with our immune systems, organ functions and physical and mental health.

Most traditional medicines and therapies concentrate on the symptoms but not on the cause, thus the condition often returns if the treatment is halted.

EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), simply put, is acupuncture for the emotions. Unlike acupuncture, needles are not used - instead, energy points on the body are tapped with the fingertips. According to Gary Craig, founder of the World Center for EFT, it draws its power from "time-honored Eastern discoveries that have been around for over 5,000 years; and Albert Einstein, who told us back in the 1920's that everything (including our bodies) is composed of energy".

Gary also states that EFT can be used not only for healing anything from the common cold to cancer, but for any sort of self improvement you can think of such as improving your golf game or overcoming a fear of public speaking. He also says it often works where nothing else will and does the job for you cleanly and thoroughly in one or two sessions.

It appears to be easy to learn, and free tutorials and guides are available on the web site to help you do this. It is certainly on my list of things to try.
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Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Electrocute viruses and bacteria with a zapper

Some eight years ago, I read a book by Dr. Hulda Clark titled "The Cure for All Diseases". In her book, Dr. Clark states that diseases are caused by parasites, toxins and pollutants. She describes how to build a "zapper", which runs on a 9 volt battery; the user holds an electrode in each hand and is "zapped" at a frequency somewhere around 30Khz (30,000 cycles per second). The idea is that any parasites (viruses, bacteria, yeasts and so on) are killed by the alternating current.

Back then, rather than build the device, I created a zapper on my computer, with some amazing results. One friend cured his lifelong herpes simplex (recurring cold sores) in the space of a week. My wife cured extremely irritating eczema from her hands over a few weeks. To this day, neither have experienced any relapse or symptoms - their complaints were apparently cured!

Some time later, I purchased a portable unit (not from Dr. Clark) for around a hundred bucks. It runs on a 9 volt battery but I don't believe it is very effective, so it is currently gathering dust in a closet.

I plan on revisiting the computer generator idea, having both a standard (original) frequency and possibly derivatives of Dr. Royal Rife's frequencies. The range of frequencies available from a computer sound card has increased markedly with the advent of 96Khz capability.

Dr. Clark has equipment and frequencies for sale but I'm unsure on what her frequencies are based. They are available by email after the signing of a non-disclosure agreement - unfortunately, I would not be able to conform :(

I will just have to work them out for myself.
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Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Can hypnosis help heal the body?

IMHO, absolutely!

A Welsh academic, Bryan Bennett, is attempting to prove that hypnosis can treat arthritis. Bryan is looking for volunteers to take part in the study.

He also suggests other possible uses for hypnosis in medical treatments - from its use as an anaesthetic during childbirth and dental procedures to fighting infection and boosting the immune system.

I believe he will be successful in his quest, and I can only hope that he will continue his valuable research once he gains his PhD.

Good work Mr. Bennett! See the full story here at icWales.

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