Reflexology Is Reflex Orbitstology

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

The ancient Cosmic Reflex Axiom attributed to Hermes Trismegistos (I call him Hermes the Triple-Hip) states …

“All that is above is like all that is below, and all that is below is like all that is above, in order that the miracle of united should be fulfilled.”

A more pedestrian version is …

“As above, so below.”

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But it’s also …

“As within, so without.”

And also …

“As here, so there and everywhere.”

Also …

“As now, so then and every-when.”

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According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …

“Reflexology is reflex orbitstology or zone therapy. It takes a pain to chase a pain.”

“A reflex reflects. It rebounds, or bends again. If you have a circle constructed of wire, an impact will only go halfway, then come back.”

“Every blow goes down, and the reflex works it back up.”

“A reflex reflects ions of light. Reflex also means to ‘flex again, to stretch’.”

“The body is a ball, a circle folding itself back in a figure eight. There’s an anterior and a posterior, but you can’t find a seam.”

“The exception to the rule is the seam on a man’s scrotum.”

“The first center of all reflexes begins in the spine. A reflex reflects, is a reflection, an image, a repetition. The spine is a mirror for life processes.”

“A fiber-optic lamp is an exact replica of the spinal cord.”

“The function of the spinal cord is to act as a neuro-servio reflex response center for afferent and efferent nerve impulses to and from the brain and parts of the spinal cord itself. Brakes are a mechano-servio center for the wheels.”

“The medulla oblongata is the reflex arc of the brain.”

“The skullcap is a reflex to the kneecap.”

“The back of the knee is a reflex to the brain.”

“The transverse colon is a reflex of the corpus callosum.”

“The mouth is a reflex to the medulla oblongata.”

“The thyroid gland is a reflex of the ovaries, uterus, and testes.”

“The ear is a reflection of the fetus and kidney. Life starts as shells, like ears and kidneys. Shells amplify sonics.”

“The urethra is a reflex to the neck and esophagus.”

“The xyphoid process is a pericardium reflex.”

“The scapula is a reflex of the diaphragm. A woman should have this area released, especially after being in an automobile accident or even after driving a car for a long distance. A woman is more prone to cancer in this area through the weight of the breasts.”

“Animals do reflex therapy. They pull to release pain and rid themselves of lactic acid, hormones, and acetate.”

“The navel is like a balloon. The exit and entrance point of the navel is the same.”

“There’s no reflex for the navel.”

“The spider is a reflex of God. He spins the web of illusion, the web of Maya, through his belly, which is astral projection and the Tree of Knowledge. Everything he catches, he does not eat. He sucks the juice out, just as we suck the juice out of every experience. Only one thing can dissolve the spider’s web — the spider’s spit, which is the pineal gland, the Tree of Life.”

“Yawning is the earth breath, a reflex to Matter acting on Matter.”

“The basic reflex principle, the primary function of time, is like a transformer. The primary function of time permits very few to trigger atomic energy. There are four stages to this primary function. The first stage is internal resistance. This internal resistance to time-lapse is a shock reaction. As an example, when asked to unload my van, you respond with internal resistance. Internal resistance is a mental input block. The second stage is adaptation, or adjustment. The third stage is mutation, or change. For example, someone comes along and says, ‘Let’s go fishing,’ and you drop all work and leave. The fourth stage is mold, or pattern.”
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  1. November 15, 2017 @ 1:30 pm Atom

    John E. Sarno, M.D. (The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders, 2006) wrote …

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  2. November 15, 2017 @ 1:33 pm Atom

    Allan & Barbara Pease (The Definitive Book of Body Language, 2004) wrote …

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