Try to Talk to Yourself and Heal you! Your Cells can Hear you!
“Every part in yourself has his own soul”. These are words from one indigenous medicine women. Your body can hear you, and talking with some his parts can heal yourself.
Talk to Yourself and Heal you
This is the story from one woman who tells how she heals her disease talking with her body.
She started conversation with her body through meditation, with hope, but having no idea what to expect. After one hour from this communication her results were amazing.
Her tissues began to respond. Connective tissue stretched and pulled. Nerves fired and her calf muscles began to perform flexion and extension exercises independently of her control.
Then the calf muscles that was paralyzed by the neuropathic condition came back to life. Then she realized that her path to exit from this condition had finally begun.
After her successfully attempt to cure herself, she wanted to make a organized system and teach clients. She explained to her clients that the most important is to train the brain and to enter alpha and theta brain wave states.
Regular meditation practice is necessary to train the brain. There are three key steps that they need to follow to cooperate with the body.
- First step is to approach body with genuine compassion, understating that it is made up of conscious cells who experience emotions.
- Second step is to build trust by engaging body in mental conversation and your desire to cooperate.
- Third step is to allow changes in the conversation by using thoughts and words that elicit spontaneous emotions.
There is one familiar story by researcher Cleve Backster, who spent 36 years studying biocommunication in plant, animal and human cells.
While he was doing some researches he suddenly burned the electrided leaf. In the same second, this idea entered his mind, the polygraph pen shot to the top of the chart showing and extreme reaction on the part of the plant.
The plant somehow detected the force of human intention. The plant reacted to the idea to be burned.
Then he took box with matches and came back. The plant was still showing the same high level reaction from the fear to be burned.
Then he removed the matches from the desk. The chart displayed downward trend, so that mean that the plant calm down. Plants prioritize the emotions of their primary care takers over the emotions of others.
Backster later started to expand research to human cells, testing them for signs of consciousness. He collected white blood cells from human donors and electroded them in a test tube.
He found our that spontaneous emotions were necessary in order to elicit an electrical reaction in the cells. If a donor forced himself to feel emotion, the cell will not respond.