Emotional components, fight or flight and keys to Multiple Sclorosis

Today, we made progress with a client who has been diagnosed with  Multiple Sclerosis using natural means, eastern medicine diagnosis, homeopath, frequency checking for behavioral qualities of pathogens, supplementation and diet.

First, long term, we stabilize the physical body with all of our clients using diet, life style, and removing things such as sugars, grains and other carbohydrates which have been creating an environment for festering microbial growth.   We also do a behavioral process with each individual, where we remove behaviors which inhibit lack of awareness, numbness and denial, designed to increase  internal body communication. This internal freedom works synergistically with the life style changes so the person begins to regain freedom, ease and energy.  Energy breeds confidence and strength can begin to be built.

Once physical stability is established, the person has more strength to view their individual behavioral pattern.  This combination of gaining strength and clearing the tissue needs to be done slowly because the person needs to gain control and retrain the mechanisms of digestion of mental/emotional events and the way they think about themselves and their issues that previously got numbed out.  In addition, there are significant toxins that are being moved out of the body which need to go through a body which has been dedicated to being shut down and unaware in order to be comfortable with difficult present under the surface.

Once the individual and their body has commitment to the process of removing the debris and seeing themselves clearly, they are ready to face the difficult behaviors they were previously avoided.  In this process, we see significant emotional coping mechanisms such as defiance, defensiveness and un-cooperativeness.  This signifies growth of their internal expression that something is wrong which was previously squelched.  Indeed it is progress.  It is up to the client, at this point, to correctly identify the irritation as within (responsibility), rather than outwardly manifested (blame) for the process of healing to continue.

This process of taking responsibility is happening at the same time as the toxins are beginning to flow out of all the septic areas of the body.  This drain is possible because the diet and life style are working and the congestion is clearing.  This septic fluid drain and toxin release can include highly sensitive substances, heavy metals, and even living parasitic colonies!  The energy the toxins are charged with tend to make the person believe that the discomfort is getting bigger not smaller because it is now “all around” them as it drains down the open channels for exit.  (something that your body has been yearning for)

Toxic release is a very “wiggy” and difficult time  where the individual will need to know how to have skills of slowing down by increase protein, traffic control and being able to rest in the middle by starting and stopping.   It is a period of time which is made better by clear-headedness, strength and self-responsibility when everything that you kept so carefully contained feels like it is running a muck.   Usually, this must be a very slow, steady process requiring attention, patience and self-worth to go through the process. The prize is that we can now regain the helm and we have the need strength and courage to resolve the events that sent them running away!  Resolution, acceptance and patience are all keys to personal inner peace.  Health is a symptom of inner peace which my personal goal for my clients.  We work it from all the angles at once.

During the behavioral phase, we address the behavioral pattern internally with herbs and homeopathics to cleanse the tissues that have been repressing.  This allows an internal readjustment of the mechanisms that have been holding “bad things” out of view.  The person must have the courage to walk back up to them and process them, thus leading to a tremendous freedom and release of pent up energy.  (honestly, the events are so small in relation to the amount of energy it took to repress them.  Usually the dealings of a 3 year old without any skills for resolution)  Once resolution is understood, the tissue comes back to normal energetically and the under lying pathogens can release.

At this point in the process, we continue supporting the clarity of the body with diet.  We also begin to introduce detoxifier because the drainage system is now working well.  We used garlic and other anti-microbials such as olive leaf to remove the deeper long term infections.  This can include low level,  residual diseases from childhood that haven’t completely released due to going back to life too soon after an illness.  In this case of MS, with the removal and inhibition of the major amount of the bacterial colonies through the use of diet, candida inhibitors such as olive leaf, and antibiotics we were able to reveal the hard core levels of infection at the nerves which were more difficult to identify until the numbness was restored to feeling and the majority of the bacteria that was attributing to the numbness was moved away.   Many rounds of antibiotics did not clear this deeper infection due to the biofilms involved.

As the deeper cleaning of the tissue surfaces were achieved by inhibiting all fruit, nuts and grains, (lictins) we released enough stress from the body to allow it to address the deeper bacterial infections, including the mucosa membranes expressing and as ulcerative colitis and deeper pariferal nerves and mylin sheath damage relating to the Multiple Sclerosis.  They were all strongly relieved.

The client’s neurologist gave her strong indications that although there was nothing he could do for her, she appeared to be much better off than the other people he sees in his specialized practice on neurodegenerative diseases.  This gave the client resolve to continue staying conscious.  This resolve that she deserves to get well and be well is the one thing that is able to give her the strength to continue through the process.

At this point, because she is strong enough to open herself and look at herself, we are able to get into these deep areas of infection directly on the nerves.   Without the candida nest, we can see clearly the tissue at the basis of the disease.  We found a bacteria on the nerves.  Pulled in by the frequency of the nerves themselves or what is running through them which might have an energy component such as overwhelm.   We have done frequency checks on many bacterium so that we can find similarities.  We found two bacterias working together.  There is the fusobacterium and the leprocy bacterium.  We will address them homeopathically, remove the behavioral pattern in the nerves,

Further, using Eastern Medicine, we realized that the gut mucosa was severely inhibiting the production of Vitamin K which is produced in the Large Intestine and lungs and gets shut down when the organism is overwhelmed.  Vit K which is part of the parasympathetic processes of the Large Intestine, lungs, and bladder and stops when we go into sympathetic mode.   It can be assumed that long-term stress prevents the making of Vit K which controls the growth of fungus.  Further, the fungus grows in and over the bacterium, giving the bacterium and the energetic vibrations of the unprocessed stress memories a place to hide, a way to cope with its presence and numbness.

This very energetic and protective environment is hiding the bad bugs and preventing the immune system from being effective.  The numbness prevents the consciousness from understanding that it is very important to remove the disease.  Meanwhile, alarms, silent to the consciousness are constantly telling the body it is not okay while the individual is pretending not to hear it and going on like nothing has happened.  This overriding the communication is significant.  Listen to the truth.  Have the courage to see what is up with your body and your life when it says that something is wrong.  Telling yourself there is nothing you can do about it will be taken literally by the immune system.  This is when people die, by putting out to the body the command to “ignore it”.  Ignoring things is a bad plan!

Along with the basic protocols described above to undo the layers of numbing and protection, in this case we are proceeding with supplementation of  Vit K 100 mg daily.
We don’t want to placate the system by supplementation for too long.  It is far better to  deal with the sympathetic dominance, restart the gut, and stimulate life which will be reflected in many processes, one of them being Vit K production.

Turning off fight of flight to regain parasympathetic nerve signals is essential.  We are using energy healing techniques such as “switching”, eft tapping, and BodyTalk to clear out old signals and have the body reconnect and reevaluate where it is right now.  It is essential that the body deals with the digestion of the stress instead of running away.  It is also important that the triggers of stress and the “internal alarms” be reset to off.  It is very uncomfortable to have a car alarm going off in your nervous system for years but we have found that this is the case and turning that off is essential.

Reconnecting the communication within the entire track of the vegas nerve is important for communication between the cerebral and enteric nervous systems.  The head and the gut get cut off from communication and restoring this cuts the “noise” within the body and restores the peace.  Another place that can be very internally noisy to the nerves are the joints themselves.  A good structural adjustment with someone who understands the joints is very valuable.  Getting those adjustments to hold will be a process of clearing the bacterium and showing yourself who is in charge!


The issue of loosing our immunity through overwhelm and stress is not to be ignored.  The proper function of delicate structures such as the mucoso in the bladder, lungs, large intestine all are essential for you as an individual to protect.  Health can only be held as long as these functions are working!

It makes sense to me that if we didn’t have antibiotics, these bacterias would be as ugly as leporacy and the plague used to be.   Yet what if these types of bacteria still fester in our modern world?  What if the depth of our nerve tissue, untouched by antibiotics, hidden behind biofilm and overwhelm is being ignored because we want to be “comfortable” rather than being honest?    We conclude that

  • modern medicine hasn’t learned to clean the residual bacterias completely.
  • The leftover residual diseases from childhood are a matrix for more powerful diseases to build up.
  • lifestyle of fast foods, limited activity and peer pressure lifestyles inhibit healing.

I believe that a surgically precise strike on the body’s bio-film fortresses is necessary.  That releasing the negatively impacting expression in the nerves is essential.  I believe that it is a consciousness choice.  I believe that changing our choices, changing our minds, can indeed change our health by allowing the entire expression of stress to simply drop out of the body through its natural drainage channels.   Living in this world in peace!  That’s still a choice and it takes place every milisecond in the body.  Start changing a few of them and it makes a big difference!

It is the nerves that change when overwhelm is present.  It is the specific frequency of the expression within the nerves that creates the distress signal over time.  This then attracts a specific bacterium because there is a field of energy created around the nerves that the immune system cannot penetrate.   From our work, when we turn off the energy in the nerves, the  immune system is able to remove the bacterium.  If the person’s pattern of behavior is changed, the heavy metals and microorganisms  fall away like the iron filings on a piece of cardboard with no magnet behind it!  Remove the magnet, remove the disease!

It is what we promote, create and allow that makes the difference.  It also has to do with sustaining, such as overwhelm, paralysis, doubt, fear, etc.  It is most important what the consciousness chooses to is expressed through the nerves.  When this is sustained within the nerves for a prolonged period of time the immune system is rendered unusable to this area and the pathogens that are similar to the frequency will thrive.  They were always there.  It is the environment of the consciousness in the body that builds the disease and can remove it.  Yet, we do lots of work to remove it from the other direction as well.

The herbs and supplements help the individual get to it the site of disease and give them the strength to repair it and the practitioners lead the way and can lift quite a bit themselves.  Ultimately, the client learns to do it themselves.  Its a process.

Eastern Medicine:
Eastern diagnosis is different in that it looks for minute and subtle clues in the pulse and behavioral expression of the individual.  Homeopathy too looks for the clues we see in the behavior as a hint for what might be happening inside.  All these factors are indicators or clues of what to look for.    The bacteria can be seen in the affect of an individual as “bitterness”, sour grapes, no one understands me or hears me.  Overwhelm, no one can do anything about us/me.  Self-expression is blocked from within.

There seems to be a behavioral component to “hiding the bad stuff” over a long period of time.  People are in denial when their lives  don’t live up to their internal standards.  Their lives may contain bad things that they can’t do anything about.   These unresolved issues get supressed until they can find an answer.  They start “seeking” but often want to forget what is so hurtful for their long term comfort.  All this causes numbness and the issue must be uncovered and strenth and self-worth built so that the individual has the expression of the issue and has the strength to ask for  help to improve themselves.  The doctors alone can’t get in there if the person is hiding their issue under a bio-film. The biofilm and protection must be removed.

Neurodegeneration in general may be caused by any sustained stress.   It might vary internally from one person to another.  Behaviorally, one condition might attract a different pathogen, being attracted by different patterns of internal frequency of emotion within the nerves.


News Releases
Issued: May 3, 2002
runews@rockefeller.eduContact: Joseph Bonner (212) 327-7900Pamela McDonnell at NYU School of Medicine (212) 404-3555Leprosy bug provides clues to early nerve degeneration
Possible insight to multiple sclerosis and other neurodegenerative diseases that destroy nerve cell “insulation”

Using myelin-forming primary nerve tissue cultures (top) and mice genetically manipulated to lack two key immune system cells (bottom), researchers led by Rockefeller University microbiologist/cell biologist Anura Rambukkana showed that Mycobacterium leprae, the bacterium that causes leprosy, destroys the protective myelin sheath that surrounds nerve fibers (right-hand panels).

In the May 3 issue of Science, scientists at Rockefeller University and New York University School of Medicine report that the nerve damage that leads to a loss of sensation and disability of people with leprosy occurs in the early stages of infection. (Reprints are available here.)
The nerve damage, a hallmark of leprosy previously thought to be a byproduct of the immune system’s response to the leprosy bacteria, now seems to be a direct result of the leprosy bug attaching itself to specialized nerve cells called Schwann cells, the glial, or supporting, cells of the peripheral nervous system (PNS).
The findings suggest that the body’s immune response does not play a significant role in the early stage of neurological injury. The damage is characterized by the disruption of the myelin sheath, the insulation on nerve cell connections that helps transmit rapid signals between the brain and the peripheral organs, for example, skin and muscles. Damage to myelin causes loss of sensation, disability and paralysis.
Using laboratory cell tissue cultures and mice genetically manipulated to lack two key immune system cells, the research team, led by Rockefeller University microbiologist/cell biologist Anura Rambukkana, Ph.D., showed that Mycobacterium leprae (M. leprae), the bacterium that causes leprosy, destroys the protective myelin sheath that surrounds nerve fibers and then hides out in the supporting cells that enclose non-myelin nerve fibers, poised to initiate later attacks.
“What we show here is a novel mechanism of inducing demyelination by a bacterial pathogen,” says Rambukkana, principal author and research assistant professor at Rockefeller. “This may unravel clues for early molecular events of neurodegeneration processes in other diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, which we currently know nothing about.”
“By using this bacteria we will be able to obtain novel insight not only into the mechanism of the early demyelination process, but also how the complex molecular architecture of the myelinated fiber is disrupted,” adds Rambukkana.
Using a “co-culture” system developed by co-author James Salzer, M.D., Ph.D., at the NYU School of Medicine, in which myelinated nerves form normally in cell culture, the researchers found that M. leprae produced significant damage to the myelin sheaths 24 hours after attaching to the nerves. Myelin damage is the earliest effect observed, followed by the degeneration of nerve axon that carries the nerve impulses. M. leprae does not harm any other parts of the cell, and causes no signs of cell death.
The researchers found that, unexpectedly, M. leprae does not need to enter the cell to cause degeneration of the myelin sheath.
“This suggests that binding of M. leprae to the surface of the myelin sheath is sufficient to induce myelin breakdown, presumably by activating signals inside the cell,”says Salzer. “Such signals could also be activated in other diseases that cause demyelination.”
The researchers also showed that M. leprae does not need to be alive to demyelinate nerve cells. Similar results were obtained after cultured Schwann cells were exposed to bacteria that had been killed with radiation and to fractions of the bacterium’s cell wall.
Previous research by Rambukkana, Salzer and their colleagues implicated a major component of the bacterium’s cell wall called PGL-1 in its predilection for peripheral nerves, and they now propose that PGL-1 is a crucial cell wall molecule directly involved in nerve damage in leprosy.
The mouse model the researchers studied, called a “Rag-1 knockout,” is genetically altered to lack mature B and T cells (B cells are responsible for producing the infection-fighting proteins called antibodies, while T cells help regulate the body’s immune response). As in the cell culture model, direct administration of both M. leprae and its cell wall to the peripheral nerves of Rag-1 mice caused significant myelin damage, providing clues for early nerve injury in patients before the immune system comes into play.
Schwann cells also play a significant secondary role in providing support for the various growth factors during the development of the spinal motor neurons and sensory neurons. Thus, Schwann cells play a wider role not only in the normal development of the nerve cells in the PNS, but also in their regeneration.
Nerve cells in the PNS are able to regenerate after injury, unlike their counterparts in the central nervous system (CNS). Examination of myelinated and non-myelinated nerve cells infected with M. leprae revealed an interesting survival strategy of this bacterium. As the damaged myelinated nerve cells repair themselves by generating new nonmyelinating Schwann cells after attack, M. leprae sequesters itself in these nonmyelinated nerve cells, waiting for a chance to attack again, once they multiply and escape from these cells. Rambukkana hypothesizes that this phenomenon accounts for the lapsing/remitting characteristic of leprosy.
M. leprae is known to cause debilitating neurological injury in humans, but the clinical manifestation occurs years after a slow infectious process. According to Rambukkana, information about the pre-clinical mechanisms in M. leprae-induced demyelination may allow researchers to develop therapeutics and common diagnostic tests for early detection of demylenating diseases of both infectious origin and unknown etiology, such as multiple sclerosis and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
The PNS consists of all the nerves that fan out from the CNS and innervate the muscles, skin and internal organs. The myelin sheath enables the axon to greatly improve the reliability and speed of the electric impulse, much like insulation on electrical wires. When myelin is damaged, the nerve fibers are no longer insulated and nerve impulses cannot be conducted efficiently. Therefore, the knowledge gained by such M. leprae-induced myelin damage in the early infectious process provides valuable insights into the pathologic mechanisms of early neurodegenerative diseases in general.
Rambukkana’s and Salzer’s co-authors are George Zanazzi, B.S., at NYU and Nikos Tapinos, M.D., Ph.D., at Rockefeller.
This research was funded in part by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the National Institute of Neurological Diseases and Stroke, both part of the federal government’s National Institutes of Health, and the UNDP/World bank/WHO Special Program for Research in Tropical Diseases.

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