Body Dowsing Subjugation
A woman — let’s call her Kiana — went to the hospital with a flu and started having seizures in the E.R.
She stayed in the hospital a week having thousands of dollars worth of tests.
I saw her in between hospital visits, and in five minutes told her she had Tylenol poisoning.
Kiana continued having seizures and returned to the hospital for more tests and “expert” opinions.
Final diagnosis: Reyes syndrome from Tylenol — three Tylenol caplets prescribed in the E.R.
But what was the Cause of the Cause of the Cause?
WHO was the matter with Kiana?
Her right leg stiffened up like a block of wood when she mentioned her female boss’s name.
I advised Kiana to quit her job and move out of town.
That often has a better outcome than smiting your boss.
The left side of the body indicates male Cognitive Shocks.
The right side of the body indicates female Cognitive Shocks.
It’s the KISS Principle of Body Language — Keep It Simple Stupid so you don’t need a doctor or a shaman to figure things out.
Doctors and shamans were created to throw mud in the Madeira.
Re: Is this polarity the same for both men and women?
Sexes are opposite at the sperm and ovum level.
Following conception, exceptions are very, very rare.
June 24, 2018 @ 2:38 pm Atom
“You just wrecked a train,” said Swami Nitty-Gritty.
“What?!? By gesturing with my hand?” I asked.
“Was anyone killed?”
“No, but the engineer was injured.”
Nitty-Gritty even named the railroad. (I didn’t write it down.)
And you thought 5G is an issue!
June 24, 2018 @ 2:45 pm Atom
“A split develops between the ego and the body which is controlled by a band of tension at the base of the skull, breaking the energetic connection between the head and the body – between thinking and feeling.” — Alexander Lowen
June 24, 2018 @ 2:45 pm Atom
“Perhaps the most heinous manifestation of this scientific medievalism has been the elimination of the term psychosomatic from recent editions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the official publication of the American Psychiatric Association. One might as well eliminate the word infection from medical dictionaries.” — John E. Sarno, M.D.
June 24, 2018 @ 2:46 pm Atom
“While both water and iron can be measured by a common standard of specific gravity, the floating of iron upon water depends on the shape of the iron, and the shape cannot be given in terms of specific gravity, nor does it alter the specific gravity of either the water or the iron. Yet the shape relationships can keep iron from sinking in water, and the standards of measurement are of another type than those for measuring specific gravity. Science will ever be plagued by those who insist upon understanding that which they do not understand in terms of which they think they do understand.” — Milton H. Erickson
June 24, 2018 @ 2:47 pm Atom
“Byron’s Don Juan I read on an Arab dhow sailing north from Aden up the Red Sea to Port Tewfik on the Suez Canal. Boswell’s Life of Samuel Johnson I read while broke on the beach in San Pedro. In Singapore, I came upon a copy of The Annals and Antiquities of Rajahstan by James Tod. It was in the library of a sort of YMCA for seamen, the name of which I’ve forgotten but which any British seaman of the time would remember, for the British had established them in many ports, for sailors ashore.” — Louis L’Amour
June 24, 2018 @ 6:54 pm Terence
Does this make the spleen , pancreas , and left kidney male and the liver , gallbladder , and right kidney female ? Is there a difference in left and right lung similar to kidneys ?
June 24, 2018 @ 7:26 pm Atom
There’s definitely a gender polarity between the left and right kidneys and the left and right lobes of the lungs.
Left-sided organs (spleen, pancreas, etc.) have a tendency to male Cognitive Shocks, and right-sided organs (gall bladder, liver, etc.) have a tendency to female ones, but only Body Dowsing can tell for sure.
Also, many of these organs in more than a few people aren’t where anatomy books claim they are (situs inversus, etc.).
June 24, 2018 @ 7:55 pm Terence
I had wondered about that . Is there any external evidence when this is the case ? Does this change their efficiency ?
June 24, 2018 @ 8:16 pm Atom
One of very many such examples …
“What can I do for this rash on my finger?” a housewife asked me.
She held up her left ring finger, expecting me to recommend something like aloe vera.
I answered her question with a question. “What color do you think of when you think of the rash?”
“What decision do you have to make about a commitment to a man?”
She pondered for only a few seconds. “It’s my husband. He wants me to help him develop his real estate business, but I want to do therapy like Adano.”
“The color is yellow, and that’s decision. So it really doesn’t matter WHAT you decide, only that you decide. All that matters is that you make the decision itself.”
“I don’t have any clients yet, so I might as well help him with his business. I’ll find some clients, and do therapy later.”
Her husband came home from the office about a half hour later, and asked, “Did you ask Ed [Atom in 1990] about your rash?”
“Yes,” she answered, holding up her hand. “It’s completely gone.”
June 24, 2018 @ 11:03 pm John
Hi Atom, what foods can be used internally and topically for eczema on the skin ?
June 26, 2018 @ 2:40 pm Atom
The *physical* causes of eczema are endotoxin and serotonin.
Life and Death begin and end in the colon.
Three bowel movements a day discourages all skin problems.
The *usual* remedies (coal tar or omega 3 fatty acids) suppress immunity, similar to external beam radiation therapy.
Obviously, the *usual* remedies have side effects.
According to John D. Sherman (2002) …
“There are no side effects — only effects. Those we thought of in advance, the ones we like, we call the main, or intended, effects, and take credit for them. The ones we didn’t anticipate, the ones that came around and bit us in the rear — those are the ‘side effects’.”
Remember to “Mind the Skin” — Body Dowsing can easily find the “Cause of the Cause of the Cause.”
July 9, 2018 @ 10:37 pm Barb Miracle
I woke up this past Saturday with pain in my right toe. It’s turned into what I believe to be gout. The night before I had told my husband not to travel home for a party as I did not believe he was doing it “for me” as he claimed. I felt clear with my request. There was no “incident” with my toe and I wondered straight off if it’s psychosomatic in nature. Also wondering if there’s a way to know where our organs are.
July 10, 2018 @ 3:07 pm Atom
It’s almost never, “What’s the matter with me?”
It’s almost always, “Who’s the matter with me?”
“When’s the matter with me?” is the link between the two.
“Psychological” means we *think* we experience pain.
“Psychosomatic” means we *do* experience actual pain … degeneration … disease … aging, etc.
Gout is a symptom, not a disease or a “cause.”
John Sarno, M.D., phrased it well (except for the oxygen explanation) …
“The type of symptom and its location in the body is not important so long as it fulfills its purpose of diverting attention from what is transpiring in the unconscious. On occasion, however, the choice of symptom location may even contribute to the diversion process, something that is common with psychosomatic disorders. For example, a man who experiences the acute onset of pain in his arm while swinging a tennis racket will naturally assume that it was something about the swing that hurt his arm. The reality is that his brain has decided that the time is ripe for a physical diversion and chooses that moment to initiate the pain, because the person will assume that it stems from an injury, not a brain-generated physical condition that caused the pain. How does the brain manage this trick? It simply renders a tendon in the arm slightly oxygen deprived, which results in pain. This is how ‘tennis elbow’ got its name. If that sounds bizarre, diabolical, or self-destructive, you will see later that it is in reality a protective maneuver. My colleagues and I have observed it in thousands of patients.”
We can locate our organs by auscultation, palpation, and percussion.
Variation of the “ping” is a forgotten science.