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Coronavirus: 5G or not 5G? That is the question.

5g martin sanchezThat’s certainly the question that a lot of people are asking; was covid-19 caused, or made worse, by 5G technology? You may feel strongly either way but let’s not be mentally lazy about this. Let’s take a closer look at how the possible mechanisms this could be the case, and whether or not there’s any evidence for it being part of the problem.

  1. 5G uses energy in the form of radiowaves.

That’s right. The same kind of energy which enabled our parents to listened to news and music. Some of us may even still listen to the radio. While a number of different frequencies are used the primary frequency that comes from the 5G towers are higher than the old 3G and 4G. They’re a little closer to microwaves, but with a lot less energy than what’s in your microwave oven.

So if you’re okay with eating microwaved food you’re in a good place for not worrying about a 5G tower.

While microwaves have been shown to cause immune-related issues in very young children such that it’s generally advised to not give children under 18 months microwaved foods the kinds of immune problems they cause generally don’t resolve until you stop giving the children the microwaved foods. As those with coronavirus do recover, and the towers haven’t been removed, this suggests this isn’t the cause of the problem.

In addition, the coronavirus is present in countries without 5G towers so the bigger pattern would suggest this isn’t a problem.

  1. 5G uses non-ionising radiation which can cause damage.5g jack sloop

Radiowaves are non-ionising. That means they don’t produce the kind of radiation sickness you might see if you were exposed in a nuclear accident.

While the first signs of radiation sickness (weakness, fatigue, fainting, confusion, fever) are similar to symptoms experienced by those with coronavirus, the more specific signs of radiation sickness (bleeding from the nose, mouth, gums, and rectum as well as bruising, skin burns, open sores on the skin, sloughing of skin, diarrhoea and hair loss) are not.

The biggest problems with non-ionising radiation is the possible interference with pacemakers, hearing aids and defibrillators. The other known source of concern with non-ionising radiation is that it can overheat tissues, which creates significant stress, leading to a breakdown of some tissues.

Here again, the tissues subjected to sufficient non-ionising radiation to overheat and break down don’t recover until the source of the radiation is removed and the 5G towers haven’t been removed so this isn’t likely. And again, covid-19 is an issue in countries that don’t have 5G towers so again this isn’t a likely scenario.

  1. 5g nasa5G satellites caused the virus.

One of the reasons why the 5G network is so much faster than earlier versions is because it has integrated the satellites into the network from the beginning, rather than trying to add them in later. Of course, if 5G has caused an issue through the satellites, rather than the towers, then the argument that they can’t be causing the issue because it exists in countries without the 5G towers doesn’t work as the satellites orbit in such a way as to cover the globe.

Now it has been shown that there are many viruses in our upper atmosphere. These can be pushed or projected down onto the earth but this isn’t something the 5G satellites are doing. The solar winds are doing this every day. In fact, (it’s a little gross) the solar winds push down about 800 million viruses onto every square metre (about 1.19 square yards) of the planet every day. So it’s pretty unlikely that any satellite can push down enough of an increase in a viral load in order to make a difference. Even a number of satellites are unlikely to increase the viral rain by a sufficiently significant amount to cause the current situation.

  1. 5G satellites change the radiation that reaches the planet.5g bryan golf solar eclipse

The thought here is that the satellites interfere with the Van Allen belts. If you haven’t heard of them they’re a magnetic ‘blanket’ around our planet that protects us from the worst of the radiation coming from the sun. The importance of this protective region can’t be overestimated. Without the Van Allen belts our planet would have no magnetic protection and would ‘cook’ from the increased radiation that hits it, making life on our planet impossible. So, yes, if the 5G satellites affected the Van Allen belts it would be pretty bad.

The truth, however, is that the Van Allen belts are much more powerful than any satellite. Indeed, most satellites have to be protected from them. It’s one reason why they want to bring the satellites closer in to the planet. So it’s pretty unlikely that the satellites would have the power to disrupt our protective blanket. And, again, if this did happen it would result in an increase in radiation and it would be the increase in radiation that would make us sick, and so we wouldn’t recover until the radiation had been cleared. As the satellites haven’t been removed this makes this scenario pretty unlikely.

  1. 5g thimo pederson5G satellites cause electromagnetic stress.

I’ve worked for many years as an energetic healer and I know that electromagnetic stress is very real You can think of electromagnetic stress as ‘white noise’ or interference in your system. It makes it hard for your system to ‘hear’ itself and so it’s much harder for your system to run at its optimal level. This can be especially stressful to both the nervous and immune systems. It’s one reason I teach people how to keep themselves ‘on station’ (resonating to their own vibration) as this is a reliable way of removing electromagnetic stress. (You can access the meditation to help with that here.)

Again, the problem here is that if the 5G satellites were causing illness due to the electromagnetic stress they induced due to filling the global space with a digital frequency (biological systems are analogue) the stress wouldn’t diminish until either the source of the electromagnetic stress was removed (the satellites were switched off or taken down) or those with electromagnetic stress learn how to keep themselves on station. As many people have recovered, both those who are aware of energy and those who aren’t, this seems to also be unlikely.

So there you are. There’s the five main ways the 5G network could be a cause or complication of the covid-19 pandemic but none of them appear to create a consistent pattern when examined a little more closely. Remember, intuitive logic is pattern-based logic. Which also tells us that any additional stress, which 5G may certainly be on an energetic level, can suppress our immune system. But if it has done that then the fact that people are recovering means that life can adapt to this stress.

All of which is to say that the answer seems to be – not 5G.

 

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Tethering the covid camel

Healing6constellateDisclaimer: the advise in this post is general. If you have a fever, cough and difficulty breathing please seek medical attention and call in advance. 

There’s an old Sufi story in which a Master has to admonish his disciple for losing his camel. The disciple says he told God to take care of it as the Master had always relied on God to take care of things. The Master responds, “Trust in Allah but tether your camel, for God has no hands but yours.”

It’s similar to the story of the devout Christian trapped by a flood. He prayed to God to save him. When his neighbours offered him a place in their boat he said “God will rescue me.” and he stayed. He did the same thing with the rescue services and their boat, and later with the emergency helicopter. When the waters rose over the roof of the man’s house, he ended up in heaven. When he saw God, the man said, “I prayed to you and you didn’t rescue me.”

God replied, “I sent two boats and a helicopter.”

In difficult, scary situations panic is understandable, but never helps. Retaining your trust in the divine (whatever that is for you) helps maintain a positive focus, as well as the understanding that there’s a future beyond the current stresses.  It’s also important to ‘tether your camel’ and so create as easy and graceful a path for yourself as possible. Here are ten things you can do to ‘tether the covid camel’:

  1. Remember your soul seat. This is your connection to your own source. The stronger and clearer this is the easier it is to feel the trust in the divine. Intuition bart larueYour soul seat is an energetic point in your body that holds your resonance. By strengthening this energy you can increase your well-being and strengthen the energy of your immune system. You can read all about this technique in my book The Soul’s Brain: The Neurology and Logic of Your Intuition. Hay House is having a 50% off sale from their website to help you through this situation. You can get my book here or the ebook here.

I’ve created a healing meditation includes this process and until this situation passes I’m making it free to stream from the website. You can do that here. (If the link doesn’t work go to the meditations page and click on read more under the healing  meditation to access it.)

  1. See the pattern right in front of you kyle loftusYour intuition is your strongest guide on your path through life. Unfortunately when you’re navigating stressful or scary situations the fear can block your intuition. Fear triggers your flight-fight response so you can respond fast but it narrows your focus to what’s immediately in front of you. While this helped your ancestors escape cave bears it can’t help escape a virus. If you remain more centred your intuition can help guide you through this situation, as my intuition told me where and when I needed to be in order to get the paper towels I needed for the clinic.

One simple technique you can use is from kinesiology:

Hold your hand across your forehead so your little finger lies along your eyebrows. Breathe slowly and deeply, close your eyes and focus on whatever is stressing or scaring you. Keep breathing. This helps your system integrate the stress. When it’s integrated you’ll no longer feel so overwhelmed, which makes it easier to stay centred and open to your intuition.

  1. With social distancing, and even more so with self-isolation, it can be hard to feel supported. You can join Facebook groups and use your social Souls brain cover with perspectivemedia to stay connected, have FaceTime meals with friends, etc.

By energetically opening to the love and support of your divine source you can help yourself be nurtured through this. Again this is a technique you can find in my book The Soul’s Brain: The Neurology and Logic of Your Intuition. Hay House is having a 50% off sale from their website to help you through this situation. You can get my book here or the ebook here.

Focus on your divine source, whatever that is for you. Know your divine source is flowing love and support to you in every moment. So you don’t have to do anything to get this universal love and support. All you have to do is relax and allow it in. Feeling this universal love and support helps keep you in a state of trust in the divine.

  1. Social distancing is a natural state for many of us introverts, but if you’re more extroverted in nature it’s going to be tougher. One way to apply your trust to help yourself through this situation is to focus on the positive future that will come once this current situation has passed. Just as you can tune yourself up to your soul seat, you can focus on this future version of you, the version of you that is in the positive future, and tune yourself up to the soul seat resonance of your future self. This will be the same resonance as your current soul seat, but clearer and stronger. Again, you can read all about this technique in my book The Soul’s Brain: The Neurology and Logic of Your Intuition. Hay House is having a 50% off sale from their website to help you through this situation. You can get my book here or the ebook here.

 

  1. Earth energy bobby johnsonRemember, while it is likely you will be exposed to the covid-19 virus at some point in the future whether you get sick or not isn’t just a matter of exposure. It’s also a matter of the state of your immune system, and the health of your lungs.

One way to ‘tether the covid camel’ is to strengthen your lungs. You can do this by doing deep breathing exercises every day. The herb mullein is known to help strengthen and clear lungs so this may be helpful, both during the flu and in recovery. A great home support for your lungs is the herb rosemary. You can use either the fresh herb or the essential oil. A sprig under the pillow or a few drops on your pillow can help you breathe easier at night.

  1. Another way to ‘tether the covid camel’ is to strengthen your immune system. Large doses of Vitamin C are helpful. Covid-19 causes fatigue which suggests the virus affects the lymphatic system as well as the spleen, which is like a big lymph node. The herb Andrographis (Andrographis paniculata) helps to strengthen the immune system through the spleen. You can get this in combination but if you buy it by itself you can increase the dose for a short period if you feel the need.

 

  1. One of the best herbs for managing the symptoms of a flu is called yarrow. It’s been used for centuries to treat infections and is even said to be the Yarrowherb they used to treat Achilles’ heel when he trod on the arrow, hence it’s botanical name of Achillea millefolium. It helps to bring down fever and swelling as well as drying up excess mucous. I’ve used it in previous flu seasons when I caught a bit of whatever was going round. If I started to feel a little off or feverish I’d just have a cup of yarrow tea (it’s a bit bitter so you may want to put some peppermint or something else with it) and I’d feel fine for a couple of hours. You can grow it easily in a pot or the garden, as long as it gets plenty of water and sunlight. You can use it fresh or as a tea.

 

  1. Unfortunately the illness itself isn’t the only kind of stress the covid situation is creating. There’s the social stress, and for many there’s also an economic stress. That stress may last the longest for some of us. So part of ‘tethering the covid camel’ will be to manage your stress. The herb Ashwagandha, also known as Withania, is great for managing stress. It helps to balance your adrenals and will help you reach those deeper sleep states which are so important for healing. Take this before bed, especially if the stress is starting to keep you up at night.

 

  1. ‘Trust in the divine and tether your camel’ by remembering ‘this too shall pass’. The more you remain aligned to the future you want for yourself the more easily you will move through this situation. Focus on what you want for yourself. Feel how it feels to be in your chosen future. Practice being in that future today and you’ll be all the more ready for it when it comes, as well as being able to deal with the short-term stress in the meanwhile. Again You can read all about this technique in my book The Soul’s Brain: The Neurology and Logic of Your Intuition. Hay House is having a 50% off
    Hope mi pham
    Remember, joy will return.

    sale from their website to help you through this situation. You can get my book here or the ebook here.

 

  1. The same technique as in 9. applies to the positive future you’d like to co-create for the world. Many people keep asking me what they feel is the bigger picture on the current situation. Part of that bigger picture is how much we need to learn to think and act more interdependently, including having a more interdependent relationship with the planet. You can help move our collective consciousness in that direction by focusing on a positive future for this planet in which all people – including the planet herself – get to live in their integrity. You can read all about this technique in my book The Soul’s Brain: The Neurology and Logic of Your Intuition. Hay House is having a 50% off sale from their website to help you through this situation. You can get my book here or the ebook here.

 

 

 

 

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Healing the deepest wound . . . .

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Toxic shame can start in early childhood.

Toxic shame is an incredibly incapacitating state to live with.  It is often the result of living with a narcissist and it is the result of particularly manipulative conditioning. Many may grow up with this and have to heal it as we all have to heal childhood wounds. Others may develop this later in life due to traumatic or abusive relationships. Wherever it comes from the result is the same – a heavy weight pressing on your soul making it difficult for you to be Who You Truly Are. Toxic shame is often brought about by invalidation linked to lies so you can never be sure of yourself. This makes building a healthy connection to Who You Truly Are extremely difficult.

Normal control or invalidation is when someone tells you that you’re wrong. It’s usually about something that you’ve done and it may make you feel guilty – if you feel that it was

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Toxic shame means you feel wrong no matter what you do.

wrong – or it may make you feel defiant – if you don’t feel it was wrong. Narcissistic or toxic invalidation (though of course all invalidation is actually toxic) is when someone tell you that you’re wrong and you haven’t done anything. They tell blatant lies in order to have something about which to make you wrong. If you have proof to the contrary they’ll deny it. They’ll use what is most precious to you in your life as a means to strengthen their invalidation of you. If you’ve done something that brings you joy they’ll explain how that was a bad thing to do. If you have supportive relationships in your life they’ll explain how those people are really beneath you or can’t be trusted. They’ll explain how they’re the only person who has your best interests at heart, even though their actions won’t match that and they’ll give you positive reinforcement only when you’ve done what they want you to do. They’ll tell other people you’re crazy or can’t be trusted. Anything negative they do will be your responsibility. You’ll begin to wonder if all this pain is your fault. Anytime you think you’ve started to understand them they’ll change things, invent a new lie or deny the truth because this keeps you off-balance. Confusion keeps you questioning – including questioning yourself and the value of who you are and what you do. That, of course, is the point.

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Toxic shame means you distrust yourself so much you’ll present a very different face to the world to who you feel inside.

Healthy shame actually strengthens your connection to Who You Truly Are. It is an uncomfortable, squirmy feeling that tells you you’re focused on something that’s a bit out of your integrity. It’s part of your own system, an internal boundary you were born with that’s there to help you stay in alignment with your true essence. Toxic shame takes this part of your system and turns it on its head. Toxic shame means you’ve been so turned around inside yourself that you’ve developed beliefs that means you can no longer trust yourself. There’s two parts to it. The first are beliefs that stop you from doing anything, the second is a belief that punishes you if you do something.

The first part of toxic shame is the belief ‘I’m never good enough’ because whatever you did for the narcissistic conditioner was never good enough. This could even be as deep as ‘I only make things worse’ if whenever you did something that brought you joy or you attempted to bring the narcissist some joy you were attacked verbally and emotionally. This belief will stop you from doing anything, including anything to heal yourself. Fractology can help release this. One of the best ways to work on this yourself is to do ‘mirror work’. This is when you stand in front of the mirror and look into your eyes and tell yourself all the things you would have heard if your conditioning would have been healthier. I call this ‘re-parenting’. For example, ‘I love and

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Mirrorwork can help you heal your relationship with yourself.

approve of you just the way you are.’ or ‘You’re doing well and you’ll do even better as you keep learning.’ or ‘You’re so wonderful. I’m so glad to have you in my life.’ When we get older we can either continue to be the victim of our conditioning or we can re-parent ourselves and make up the shortfalls or correct the problems we’ve ‘inherited’. 

The second part of toxic shame comes out if you manage to get past the first. This is the thought ‘Who do you think you are?’. This is the kind of thing you would have heard if you ever dared to resist or push back against the narcissistic conditioner. This is essentially a statement of their entitlement. Such thoughts invalidate you rather than acknowledge you for your achievements, as if, in achieving anything, you’ve somehow wounded others. Certainly you will have damaged the control of the narcissist which is why your achievements will be discounted and your opinions belittled. The way to heal this is to continue the work above but to also work on developing healthy pride. This is also something Fractology can assist you with. 

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Releasing toxic shame and opening to healthy pride also connects you to your true path in life with all of its joy.

Healthy shame helps keep you on track so you can achieve your potential. As you witness all the amazing things your true essence helps co-create you naturally feel healthy pride in yourself and what you achieve. Healthy pride comes from a deep appreciation of Who You Truly Are and an understanding of your function in the co-creation of all things. We all have our part to play in the unfolding of the Universe. Toxic shame would rob you of it but releasing that and opening to healthy pride gives your part back to you, and all the joy that comes with it.

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The 3 Minute Solution for Greater Wellbeing

Are you feeling stressed? Out of sorts? As if you’re dragging a weight around with every step?

If so there’s a 3-Minute Solution to give you the pattern of balance for better wellbeing. This pattern is important energetically and neurologically.

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There’s no need to drag yourself through life. Let go of the struggle and give yourself the time and love to find balance.
Leon Brown
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Life is like riding a bicycle – in order to keep your balance, you must keep moving.
Albert Einstein

 

All of us get stressed when we lose our connection to our true self – to Who We Truly Are. If we’re not to get stressed we need to maintain one of the fundamental patterns of a healthy life – our balance.

Neurologically and energetically staying balanced is a major key to increasing the ease of connection to Who We Truly Are. When we’re out of balance our system has to constantly compensate for that, which is a drain on our energy and a drag on our efforts. When we’re out of balance we never run at our optimal state and tend to generate more toxicity than usual – a bit like when your car is out of tune it’ll throw up more oil and crud into the engine.

Balance can be static, similar to the picture at the left above – weight on either side of a fulcrum needs to be even if the fulcrum is to stay level. That might work for rocks but it doesn’t work in our human existences. We can’t sit still – there’s too many fun and worthwhile things to be doing.

That means we need a dynamic balance, not a static one. That is what Albert Einstein was speaking about, as quoted on the right above. In energetic terms, it means if we have energy flowing out we need to have the same amount of energy flowing in if we’re to stay balanced. That is the kind of balance that maintains each of your chakras. Your chakras are vortices of electromagnetic energy – they are similar in pattern to a whirlpool. They maintain their shape and structure not through a rigid structure, like your bones, but through the pattern of a balanced flow.

Neurologically a balanced flow is even more important. You have neurological information and impulses flowing from your brain down your nerves and into your body – that’s called the efferent flow. That’s how your brain tells your muscles what to do.

You also have a neurological flow that goes from your toes and fingers back up your nerves and into your brain – called the afferent flow. That’s how your system knows if what it did worked or not.

Maintaining a balanced neurological upflow and downflow helps balanced flows other in your system – like your kundalini energy. It’s essential for wellbeing, both energetically and physically.

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A whirlpool is an example of dynamic balance. Its pattern is maintained by the flow on one side of the pool balancing the flow on the other. If either flow was to decrease the whirlpool would disappear.

 

With this simple exercise you can maintain this essential balance in your system. It doesn’t take long – in fact, if it takes you more than 3 minutes then you’re forcing it, rather than guiding the flow.

Done correctly, this simple exercise will bolster your wellbeing by maintaining a healthy flow in your system. Like many of the techniques I teach, it’s simple but not easy. It requires a clear focus and a strong intention. As with all things, the more you practice it, the better you’ll become at it and the easier it will be. Then it might only take you 1 minute!

Here’s how you do it:

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  • Focus on the upflow and downflow in your spine. You can focus on your energy or nervous system flow, whichever works better for you. The effects are the same.
  • Intend for both flows to perfectly balance each other.
  • As they come into balance you may notice your body’s relief. Just as good physical posture is easier on your muscles, good EM posture is easier on your nerves.

If you can, do this at the start of each morning to give you good energy for the day and last thing at night to help you recover from the stresses of the day and to improve the quality of your sleep. That way, you’ll really capitalize on your 3 minutes to create tremendous energetic, neurological and physical well-being for yourself.

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Variety, spice and a healthy life-balance

Turmeric +Variety is the spice of life.  This applies to many different aspects of life, and none more so than our diet.

We’ve all heard about how important probiotics (healthy bugs) are for our digestion and general health.  The necessary variety in our diet has got a lot to do with keeping a healthy microbiome (our gut bugs as a whole) and so keeping ourselves healthy.

Here’s some things we can all add into our food from time to time to not only spice up our diets but also to increase our health.

Garlic helps our immunity in large part by helping the mix of our microbiome to switch to a healthier one.  It is a wonderful prebiotic (something our probiotics love to eat).

Radishes contain arabinogalactans.  These are a particular type of fibre that, when fermented by our gut bugs, produce short chain fatty acids (SCFA) which are essential for the health of the colon (large intestine).

Carrots also contain arabinogalactans.  The variety here is also provided by the wonderful colour range we can now get them in.  They also contain Vitamin A, which is important for the gut wall, as well as our liver.  Liver health is essential for strong digestion, as well as for nail and hair health.

Jerusalem artichoke is one source of inulin.  This is a form of dietary fibre we can’t digest, which means it passes through the small intestine to be fermented in the large intestine. This helps to increase healthy bugs, improves regularity and keeps our colon healthy.  Inulin also has no calories so it can be a big help in weight management.

Jicama is a native of Mexico and it’s probably something you haven’t had before so there’s variety in it’s novelty value as well. It’s a juicy, sweet and nutty tuber with a distinct crunch. It is most commonly enjoyed raw, but you can cook it too. Its white flesh stays crisp when cooked briefly.  It also has a high inulin content.

Asparagus is another inulin source, as well as a source of magnesium, which is important for our muscles to relax as well as our digestive enzymes.  It has a variety of nutrients which are also good for the gut wall.

Leeks are also good for the gut wall.  They are high in bioflavonoids, which helps Vitamin C be more effective, as well as dietary fibre and manganese which helps activate digestive enzymes.  They also have a lot of Vitamin A, which is good for our liver as well as the gut wall. They can be helpful for a weak digestive system.