Tag: Holistic Healing of Inflammation

Abnormal Blood Clotting – Holistic Treatment

What causes Abnormal Blood Clotting; Holistic methods to prevent micro blood clotting, support wound resolution, new cell formation; Emergency herbs to support the passing out of blood clots

Dear Ed,

I am saddened and alarmed by the rise of abnormal blood clotting worldwide as a cause of dysfunction and death in people of all ages.

I have been exposed to things that cause abnormal blood clotting very much; this was long before it was something spoken of as it is today. I had to find ways to cope and heal and stay alive. Continue reading

Anxiety Triggered Inflammation – 3 Decisive Ways to Break the Cycle

Dear Ed,

Recently, the majority of inflammatory conditions I’ve been noticing have been anxiety triggered.

People feel helpless, Ed, when told to “just calm down,” and “Stop being anxious.” Once you’re actually breaking out in inflammations and allergies, and putting on water weight (fluid retention), that’s already the body saying that anxiety that should be expressed is being suppressed.

Unfortunately, Ed, despite decades of an unofficial movement stressing that emotions should be released instead of held in, in everyday reality, people still are constrained and held back. Continue reading

The Predator Cycle Principle of Holistic Healing


I describe the Predator Cycle method which nature uses when the very core and fiber of a structure is too weak for the usual healing processes to work.

Dear Ed,

I was recently reminded of the predator cycle principle of healing.

One afternoon, a whole ten years ago, when I was very ill, very alone and very helpless, I was in bed dozing.

As I dozed I saw a strange dream. You know those dreams in which you’re in the same place as you are, but you’re not sleeping, you’re awake and something’s happening that’s not happening in reality?

So I was there lying down on my bed, but now instead of my eyes closed, my eyes were open, and ahead up from my bed I was looking at the maroon rug on the floor. I liked it a lot, used it to exercise and do yoga on. It was really warm in the winter.

And I saw a section of it had gotten mite-infested. My err- dream vision zoomed in of the affected section of the carpet. There were hundreds of tiny mites living in the section of the carpet, clinging onto every little fiber of it.

I was in anguish – because the carpet was a delicate one and if I washed it roughly, or subjected it to chemical treatment I would lose bits of it and it wouldn’t ever be the same again.

How could I pick out each of those little bastards one by one without destroying the carpet’s delicate structure itself?

As I struggled to think of a solution, I saw a lizard creeping up. Now Ed, in real life, I don’t let lizards roam around my house. But in that dream state I was very calm about it.

The lizard came up with its tiny tongue began to pick the mites out of the carpet with high precision. A job I could never have done. The lizard picked the mites clean out of the carpet, every last one.

But now the horror washed over me – A LIZARD in my bedroom.

But as I watched, a rat ran up. In one clean gobble, it finished off the lizard.

And Ed, the universe and God can be such a creep sometimes. The rat runs from the carpet to the leg of the bed I’m lying on. That was so not neccessary in this dream. But well.

As I’m in… you can imagine what state… with a RAT at the foot of the bed, I look up and I see the window open up ahead, and a CROW coming in. The crow swooped right into the room, and got the rat at the foot of the bed and flew out. No hello, no bye.

And then, I realized my carpet was back to normal!

The procession of predators Ed, each one taking out the smaller one.

Ed, this is the way nature deals with infestations and situations where the very core and fiber of a structure is at threat because of those that would destroy it; when their numbers are so huge that it seems impossible to save the structure itself.

In the body I have seen the predator cycle play out for so many people.

All illness triggers off natural healing in us, which uses the usual methods of healing – increased blood circulation, release of infection fighting cells etc.  However, when one comes across something or someone that spurs reverse healing in a person, if it is required, this predator cycle of healing gets triggered.

What spurs reverse natural healing in a person, is a consciousness trigger. We can get triggered by contact with a herb or flower like Datura for example coming into our awareness again and again, or Larkspur or any of those beings in nature who vibrate on that level. Morning Glory, Heather (Calluna Vulgaris), Herb Robert (Roberta Geranium), Digitalis or Foxglove, and Pine come to mind. These are all plants which grow in electrically imbalanced depleted areas, because they have their own internal balance so fixed they aren’t affected by the ambient broken field. They heal energy depleted and energy imbalanced areas.

We can also get triggered by people, real humans who vibrate on that frequency, by places that carry that frequency, and by TALK or awareness of it. 😉

But I’ve seen how the predator cycle works in the body. I will give you my own example.

My heart muscle was so ill in places, it was like what was once a very busy marketplace – tall buildings all close to each other, overhanging dark roads and lanes – now all in complete darkness, abandoned, falling apart, the decaying bits of rubble fallen down already on the ground. It was in such a state that wind could not be allowed in that section, wind – fresh air – that could’ve cleaned it up, because it was ALL so weak that a little wind would’ve brought down everything standing. So dark, so destroyed, so dangerous to even be in.

Imagine such a predicament Ed. A heart transplant was the only solution for my problem by conventional thinking. The heart muscle was so degenerated, one person said I was a walking miracle.

What happened, Ed, was a procession of predators – other illnesses in the body that caused the release of various hormones that began to exercise the heart muscle despite its being so fragile.

As the SURROUNDING and connected areas began to get exercised reacting to illnesses, the affected area of heart muscle that was in a static or frozen state for self preservation, began to move about very gently and then slowly heal.

That I’m alive now says it all.

This example however is just about the physical side of things. In fact what I want to convey is that

Life triggers a series of incidents – each one of which reveals or/and heals an underlying problem which could not have been exposed or revealed any other way Continue reading

Thymus – Our Intelligence High Command

The things that look like Angel’s wings both make up the Thymus Gland. This is the size of the thymus in a 6 year old boy about 1882.  Source

Wherein I describe to Ed, the angel that sits on the heart, the Thymus, how it is indispensable at any age, how it manages our response to new and unforeseen situations; the folly of undermining its authority with artificial immunity, the methods that support it, and the herbs that support the revival of natural intelligence in the body and life.

Dear Ed,

In my teens, I often used to help out with sick children – in situations where a parent had to deal with two or three ill children at the same time and so on.

Those were the days I knew something was crazy wrong with the prescription drugs and vaccinations.

But there was this thing I noticed that stayed with me over the years. Very often I used to notice, that no matter where the illness was, whether it was something like hives, or the measles or chicken pox or a really bad case of the flu, or an asthmatic attack, the area of the child’s chest beneath the collarbone and over the heart used to get red and sometimes even swollen.

I found again and again over the years that soothing that area brought relief from nearly all kinds of conditions. There was a case where the knee bone was fractured and in a cast and burning real bad. I couldn’t reach the knee because of the cast, but gentle rubbing over the area at the top of the chest soothed the person to sleep.

Another time a person burned their calves by contact with the hot exhaust pipe of a bike. There’s wasn’t very much I knew then, that could be done with burn wounds when they go through that stage where they start itching under the bandages. You just have to let the healing process go through.

But there again, rubbing the top of the chest gave relief.

That area is what I called the Thymus zone.

The Thymus gland sits on the heart, just behind the breastbone.

It makes the T-cells (T for Thymus) that fight infection in the body, and limits hyper-immunity (as in the problem behind auto-immune problems).

Simply put, it’s the intelligence wing of the immune system.

They say it’s only active in children and that it starts shrinking after puberty. In reality however, whether it’s very active, as it is in children, estimating what the child will need for its life immunity-wise, or not very active as that job is done, it’s always there ready to get into action when required.

That requirement is when there’s a NEW kind of threat – something not usual to the person’s environment or lifestyle. Continue reading

Chronic Nervous Inflammation – Reversing the Trend

Some years ago I was sitting in a bus-stop when I saw a woman shuffling along with a bag she was finding hard to carry even though it didn’t look very big or bulky. She should’ve been able to put it on her shoulder and keep walking. Instead she was lugging it with both her hands, in front of her, walking awkwardly.

I finally decided that whatever was inside that little bag was something really heavy. Something like a big rock.

That’s how life is for people with chronic inflammation of the brain and nervous system.

What seems easy and normal for others, is so difficult for them. They often either put on a lot of weight or lose a lot because they simply can’t seem to function normally.

See, in the body, “inflammation” doesn’t mean something’s on fire. It means an area is dehydrated to the point where the cushioning between the cells is gone and there’s no buffer between them – so they’re all clumped up and rubbing each other up causing friction and making the nerves in the area scream for help.

A lot of sudden gain in ‘water weight’ is just the body trying to soothe the area. That’s the body’s first response to any tragedy – send water in there to cushion and deliver special requirements for healing.

When however, this becomes a regular affair, the area becomes a normalized water body – just as repeat rains will form a pond that if continually fed with water will become an established water body.

Sometimes this shows prominently as weight gain – around the stomach for example, as happens in the case of chronic inflammation caused by attacks in the digestive system.

Other times the swelling isn’t so obvious but the feeling of, ‘I’m not well’ is prominent enough.

Some people struggle on year after year feeling unwell.

Now the solution to chronic nervous inflammation is rather simple. The key to it actually working though, is discipline.