Wrists & Hormone Balance

 

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Wrists are hormone supervisors.

They reflex to the ankles, neck, and waist.

Wrist drop means no hormones — or hormones poisoned by heavy metals.

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Women who slash their wrists often have irregular menstrual periods or have none at all.

Habitual wrist-slashers are often spellbound by the sight and WARMTH of their blood.

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Females tend to slash their wrists, while males tend to cut their arms.

Women and men sometimes have different Body Language.

Only a Body Dowser knows for sure.

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Slim “The Hammer Man” Farman didn’t have weak wrists.

He was the world champion in sledgehammer leveraging.

Some say his records may never be broken (including how many times he broke his wrists).

Check him out on YouTube.

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A mother asked me to look at her young daughter’s right wrist.

It had been broken several years before, and healed, but suddenly became paralyzed again.

The mother walked away, and I asked the girl, “When you think of not being able to move your wrist, what’s the first color that comes into your mind?”

“Purple.”

The right side of the body relates to a female, and purple relates to authority (royal purple).

The girl’s mother didn’t seem overbearing, and the color gray wasn’t involved, so I asked, “Do you have a teacher at school that’s bossy?”

“Yes! Mrs. Smith [not her real name]. I hate her!”

Mrs. Smith was a substitute teacher, and had taken over the girl’s classroom a few days ago.

I showed the girl how to stick out her tongue at her substitute teacher behind clasped hands.

“Don’t let her see you sticking out your tongue at her,” I kidded. “I don’t want to get in trouble.”

The girl stuck out her tongue, then said with conviction, “I understand. I’m better now.”

And she was! She shook her hand from side to side. It wasn’t paralyzed anymore.

Her mother, amazed at seeing her daughter freely moving her hand, came running over from the far side of the room.

“What did you do?” she asked.

“Oh, we just worked a few reflexology points,” I replied, winking at the girl.

She winked back, nodding in affirmation.

I never touched her wrist or any reflex point associated with it.
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  1. March 13, 2019 @ 12:24 am Atom

    I learned to “de-gas” edema in the 1970s in Houston, Texas.

    The Leather Tiger, ex-Marine George Wellington Adams, came to see Adano Ley at his Richmond Avenue clinic and home.

    George’s legs were swollen with edema.

    Adano did some preliminary work on him while George was leaning back in a recliner chair.

    Then he instructed me to hold George’s feet.

    He told me to push George’s toes in the direction of his head — foot dorsiflexion, like taking your foot off a gas pedal.

    He told me to gently push his toes together — foot inversion, the opposite of Charlie Chaplin toes-out foot eversion.

    He told George to yawn and stretch.

    His legs deflated down to normal in just a few minutes.

    http://solartiming.com/store–e-books.php#Stop-Your-Bloat

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