September 27, 2006 at 1:15 pm #18292
Another interesting experience from a ‘fellow gallbladder’…
And as we all know, the eyes are connected to the liver, looking at the computer for many hours is effecting the liver through the eyes as well. That is why I have a green plant next to my screen to sort of counter balance these problems.
Plus for years I did not drink enough water, I had to learn to drink again, even forcing in the beginning. I feel how water is rejuvenating my body. In that period when I was having sex, I felt sick in my liver, even nauseated, due to lack of water.
I am gonna put myself on a ‘diet’ with HCL/water, see what it will do in my body…
“My Chinese herbalist told me that my excessive use of computers
over the last 20 years and cumulative doses of Electromagnetic
Radiation (EMF) from them are the direct cause of my gallstones.
According to her, absorption of these high-frequency microwaves
has overheated the gallbladder, causing the water in the stored bile
to vaporize and allowing the bile to crystallize. In a word, my
gallbladder has been slowly “fried” by these high energy waves over
the last 10 years. Apparently, the magnetic component of these
waves, unlike the electrical component, can penetrate our bodies
to reach internal organs like the gallbladder.
I also suffered from floaters (vitreous detachments) in both eyes
and retinal detachment in one eye about 4 years ago, requiring an
operation to save my sight. I believe the EMF from the computers
may have also caused the vitreous body of the eye to lose its water component, and when this occurs, the vitreous collapses so that the superfine
collagen microfibrils running through it, which are normally too fine to be
visible to us, coalesce into large clumps which are visible (floaters).
The loss of water from the vitreous body causes it to shrink so that it
pulls on the retina and causes retinal detachment (blindness).”September 27, 2006 at 6:28 pm #18293
Two bits of advice that my Feldenkrais therapist (Judy Remedios, a former computer ergnomics consultant) has made to me might be relevant.
In regards to water, she says we need a minimum of 2 litres per day to keep ourselves properly hydrated, and need around 4 litres per day when our system/structure is in a process of change (e.g. like when we get bodywork).
In regards to computers, for the past few years she has rarely used the keyboard or the screen. She uses voice activated software that is part of Windows XP with a wireless headset (about $20) to listen to and create emails, to write documents, do Google searches etc. Since she doesn’t have to look at the screen, she can do chores, stretch, lie down etc. I hope to try this out soon.
ChrisSeptember 27, 2006 at 11:06 pm #18295
advanced tachyon technologies sell products which harmonise the distorted frquencies of EMF’s
the silica disk was designed for this purpose.
they do help, but ideally one wold want to limit the time spent staring at a computer screen anyway.September 28, 2006 at 1:43 am #18297
Get a copper pole stick it in the ground run some insulated wire (16 or 18 gauge) to the computer. Attache the wire to a anti-static wrist strap. Wear the wrist strap when using the computer. Using the hee sound after using the computer I find helps.October 2, 2006 at 2:56 pm #18299
Wendy, re: HCl/Water, fresh lemon juice can be much more effective than straight hcl in establishing proper acidity for your stomach and digestive tract. I’ve heard 9 parts water to 1 part fresh lemon juice is considered the best ratio–I put 1/4 lemon in a 12 oz. glass of water, which seems about right.
PS I’m relatively new to the forum and HealingTao. I have been practicing qigong from Michael’s DVD/CDs for about a year, and went to the CKF 1-4 retreat this past summer. I’ve been involved in alternative/complementary health scene for a long time, and have studied Tai Chi, Kung Fu, Karate, Taekwondo, Judo, etc. for quite awhile also.October 2, 2006 at 3:26 pm #18301
Many thanks, indeed I feel quite well with lemon juice, you are right about the HCL, I will do that instead, starting off tomorrow…thanks again!
And…We love new fish in the Cosmic swimming pool – forum – Mike!October 3, 2006 at 9:25 am #18303
Eyes are connected to wood element, as is liver.
Thus connection is indirect.
Wood element meridians do connect to the eyes. Yet the connection is superficial, skin deep.
Alternative is spine energy spreading into brain that connect via gland (one inside center of head) to the eyes. That would be yang feeding.
Such is also depiction of Anna Brennan in her big book.
Liver feeding the eye is secondary source, and generaly demands imbalance of liver (or gall bladder?) meridian to facilitate such cosntant feeding. This is cause for eye weakening and demands overheating liver.
Releasing wood imbalance removes secondary source of energy thus ‘weakens’ the eyesight. For a shortsighted person that means accepting fog as a natural state, which only might then improve on its own principles. This is congruence with Bates position on glasses. Modern glasses are also limiting design, as they make rigid connection between ears and eyes, the rigidness that is also the area of great tension in shortsighted.
Sickness is resistance.
Thus internal resistance to a gall blader clense can be a sign of sickness or not. It is all in the context.October 3, 2006 at 6:13 pm #18305
I use a laptop as my only computer, and realized that putting your hands on the laptop causes the user to resonate with the dark drive. That is very condensed energy in the hard drive, and after a few hours use your body begins to contract in response.
Solution: plug in a separate keyboard, never put hands on the computer.
Also, the crystal flat screens are much cooler than electron gun firing into your eyes from CRT monitors.
Get a flat screen, best investment in your health if you are a computer user.
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