Colon Crunch 2

These Colon Crunch movements exercise my intestines & colon to get things moving.  They also serve to massage my troubled back & spine. 

 

I have to start with this.  Now that I’ve seen this video, and my friend, Aubrey’s dog, Poppy, do the same thing, I’m now thinking these movements are Universal! 

 

My video (to follow) emphasizes the colon, intestines, back. Strong core orientation. I believe these movements help digestion, bowel movements, toxic expulsion, plus massages & strenghtens back.

I’m a dancer. This is how I deal with my pain & toxin removal—all at once!  For me, it’s another avenue to the soul & healing.  Movement is so important.  Why not infuse it with wonderful music?

It may not be readily apparent, but there is a part where I am moving on my fists (like tennis balls, but handier 😎 ) to massage deep my periformis region, which tends to get tight.

 

colon on my fists

 

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Helpful internet forums:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/bottomsupgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ropeworm/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotEndorphins/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/186621013035/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/375646122538840/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/634390866627015/

 

 

 

 

Three Significant Worms 6-30-14

This morning was eventful.  Three significant worms.  Note the common characteristics.  Yesterday I got some weird droppings on the first flush of E. salt. I followed with a coffee 20 minute hold & flush. Nothing much –dark liquid. Around 8pm I did a 20 minute hold with garlic, followed w/ fresh lemon + lemongrass drops for another 20 minute hold.  Basically colored water.

 

Noteworthy, this is 2 days after New Moon, an active period for parasites.  I fed them oatmeal laced with DE, wormwood, & ground papaya seeds for breakfast.  Keifer & probiotics before bedtime.  Also put DE or wormwood in soup sometimes.  Also put ground papaya seeds in empty probiotic capsules (used for final hold replenishment).  Took a couple of the papaya caps with the bedtime Keifer.

But, this morning, three significant worms: (You can click on any picture to enlarge it.)

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#1  Notice the texture: ropey, sesame seed look-alikes, air-pockets are common descriptions.

IMG_5295    Closer    IMG_5296   Closer  IMG_5297

 

#2

 

IMG_5298       Note the Outgrowth. IMG_5301

 Looks like the worm is feeding off a stone to produce another leg.

 IMG_5300 Head?

 IMG_5302      Tail?

 

#3                                                                                                                                                                                                                             IMG_5306   Head & Tail.  IMG_5307

                   Body Shot: IMG_5308

Worm Piece   IMG_5309   Worms in a Jar  IMG_5317

 

I thought I was done, until my PM flush….

 

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Certainly activity and intent here.  

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Who’d a thought I would become a poo analyst?

 

IMG_5330 IMG_5331 IMG_5332    Heads or Tails?

 

If it looks like a worm, grows like a worm, eats like a worm–

It’s a Worm!

 

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From where & why– this new variety of worm?

 

IMG_0726  What’s in your Colon?

 

 

 

My Enema–The Musical (Moon Night)

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Basic enema instructions suggest massaging belly in a counter-clockwise direction to get the fluid further into the colon and perhaps dislodge debris & parasites from the walls of the colon.  It is also suggested to elevate the hips somewhat to again get the fluid up into the colon.

 

What I think I’m doing with these movements is dislodging & moving fluid.  But also, lifting my vibrational level through music.  It turns into an exercise for core muscles, and a back massage. I often stretch & support my neck.  As my aged spine is collapsing, I view this as stimulating blood flow, in general, as well as  encouraging fluid to flow into my spinal disks & hopefully elongating my spine. We lose 2-3 inches of height during a lifetime due to spinal collapse.  Building muscle in the core helps support a compromised spine.

I also believe these varied movements move the small intestine (15-33 feet long) to further dislodge plaque, parasites, worms. il_340x270.395383884_ivva

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a video in my tub.  The music is “Moon Night” by

Karen Marie Garrett.

 

Click here to view trailer or to purchase on Vimeo. 

If you want more information on enemas, parasites, etc. View other posts in the right-sided column.

 

Recommended forums:

 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/bottomsupgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ropeworm/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotEndorphins/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/186621013035/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/375646122538840/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/634390866627015/

 

Enema Inverted

 

My goal in this series of videos is to introduce more people to the wonders of the healing enema.

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No expensive drugs, antibiotics, surgery–just the ancient art of healing through purging of bodily toxins using enemas. All the fake food, pesticides, GMO’s, sugars we are eating are slowly poisoning us.

 

Garbage in, worms should come out.

(There is a direct connection between your gut and your brain. Are parasites influencing you actions, health, thoughts?)

 

The normal first reaction is a bad face or covering the eyes and denying that one could have such things in oneself.

very ropey wormy

 

Ignorance will not lead to bliss in this instance.

 

 

Recommended Forums: 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bottomsupgroup/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotEndorphins/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/186621013035/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/375646122538840/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/634390866627015/

 

Your Colon–A Parasites Paradise

 

Here are some of the findings of my month long coffee enema routine.

I’m hoping this blog results in maybe some poo analysts enlightening me & others to what we’re looking at. It would be great to catalog these bad guys.  

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Although most people will react with an icky face, this procedure is very much like fishing in a dark lagoon with a covering of assorted undigested nuts & lettuce (or eggs & some leafy parasites?). Here we’re fishing for underwater monsters with plastic forks.

 I’m going to number my pictures in chronological order in hopes that someone will contribute their insight with a name or explanation on any of these, either here on my blog or in our shared  forum.

 

#1  Food? Candida? What?

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#2 Black Snake? I don’t remember eating one.

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#3   Food? Or What?

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#4  Lettuce? Or Something else?

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#5   Getting Interesting?  Any ideas?

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#6  Another beauty.???Getting wormy.

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#7  ??

 

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#8

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#9  IMG_0750

 

#10  IMG_0770

 

 

#11  IMG_0772

 

#12  Sure would appreciate some constructive input.

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What’s in your Colon?

Best Bath for Pain & Health

 

How important is Magnesium?      Important.

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Mg helps the body regulate over 325 enzymes and is involved in many bodily functions, like muscle control, electrical impulses, energy production and the elimination of harmful toxins.

According to the National Academy of Sciences, American’s magnesium deficiency helps to account for high rates of heart disease stroke, osteoporosis, arthritis and joint pain, digestive maladies, stress-related illnesses, chronic fatigue and a number of other ailments.

 

A list of the benefits of Mg according to the Epsom Salt Industry Council include:

  • Improved heart and circulatory health, reducing irregular heartbeats, preventing hardening of the arteries, reducing blood clots and lowering blood pressure.
  • Improved ability for the body to use insulin, reducing the incidence or severity of diabetes.
  • Flushed toxins and heavy metals from the cells, easing muscle pain and helping the body to eliminate harmful substances.
  • Improved nerve function by electrolyte regulation. Also, calcium is the main conductor for electrical current in the body, and magnesium is necessary to maintain proper calcium levels in the blood.
  • Relieved stress. Excess adrenaline and stress are believed to drain magnesium, a natural stress reliever, from the body. Magnesium is necessary for the body to bind adequate amounts of serotonin, a mood-elevating chemical within the brain that creates a feeling of well being and relaxation.
  • Reduced inflammation to relieve pain and muscle cramps.
  • Improved oxygen use.
  • Improved absorption of nutrients.
  • Improved formation of joint proteins, brain tissue and mucin proteins.
  • Prevention or easing of migraine headaches. 

Studies show that magnesium is not easily absorbed through the digestive tract. The presence of specific foods or drugs, certain medical conditions, and the chemistry of a person’s stomach acid can render magnesium supplements ineffective.

Epsom salt, ie. hydrated magnesium sulfate, is rich in both magnesium and sulfate.

Sulfates are important in the formation of brain tissue, joint proteins and the proteins that line the walls of the digestive tract. They stimulate the pancreas to generate digestive enzymes and are thought to help detoxify the body of medicines and environmental contaminants.

Both magnesium & sulfate are more easily absorbed through the skin than the stomach. 

The good news is it’s cheap & found at most drug stores. And it’s relaxing.

As little as two cups of Epsom salt and a12 minute soak three times per week can make a difference in your health.

However, as a serious member of the Lyme “Society”, I’ve received many tips on maximizing an epsom salt bath.      

 The formula I have been using is as follows:

First,

The quality of your bathing water is essential. You take in more water in the bath/shower than you do in drinking /cooking. And you are going to be soaking in it for 20 minutes.

 If you are on municipal water, wise to get a filtered shower head, like aquasana. 

Municipal water is full of chlorine, flourine, discarded medications, etc. You need to minimize your exposure to these added toxins. 

 

Next, the ritual:

Put 2-4 cups of epsom salts

1 cup hydrogen peroxide (“the worlds safest all natural effective sanitizer)

a generous sprinkling of baking soda (helps hold toxins in the water rather than being reabsorbed)

into warm (not hot, hot) clean water.

Before getting into tub, dry brush skin with natural bristle brush or loofa.  Dry brushing helps our lymphatic drainage system remove toxins from our bodies.  Brush towards the heart from neck to toe.

Soak for 20 minutes. Meditate, read, listen to music, relax.

Before draining tub, extract a quart (4 cups) mason jar of soaking water.

Next, shower thus:

30 second rinse of cold water (AHHH!), the 1.5 min of warm (ahhh…), 30 seconds cold (AHHH!). (Helps drain lymph)

Towel dry and dry brush again.

You will feel good.  

Next, take that 4 cups of warm bath water in the mason jar and coarse chop ¼ cup fresh ginger with skins on and put in this jar. Let soak covered for 24 hrs. in refrigerator. 

The next night draw a warm bath, and strain out the ginger and pour ginger infused water into bath. Dry brush and then Soak for 20-30 mins. 

Ginger can be stored in the fridge and re used for about 3-4 baths.

Alternating epsom salt bath with ginger bath every other night is a great way to relax, detox, ease pain, and improve your health, in general.

 

Other “soakers” put about four tablespoons of mustard & cayenne pepper in a sock and float that in the bath as well. Some others add herbals like Lavendar to the bath.

For a more thorough discussion on dry brushing click below: 

DRY BRUSHING

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http://www.care2.com/greenliving/health-benefits-of-epsom-salt-baths.html

Self Massage

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Much of what I do is self-massage:  It eases the pain.  Massaging, stretching, building muscle, all to music that inspires & relieves stress.

The touch transfers energy.  We are electrical creatures.

Thought is another form of energy.  Music is another.  We are capable of consciously directing our unconscious to self -heal by transferring energy to our cells.

Musical vibrations are a little higher vibration than we, as matter.  But not so much higher to be harmful to tissues –unlike x-rays, microwaves, MRI’s.

When massaging to music the notes pass thru me to me.

I become a conduit for the music, using my consciously directed thoughts & touch, and invite my unconscious to participate in the healing.

The following is a You-Tube video by a massage therapist on self-massage, and the dangers of over-stretching.

Titled “Hidden Yoga Dangers.”

 

I have sciatica, which starts in my spine, moves through my buttocks, down the back of my leg, to my feet.  This first short shows me attending to my calf.  

I play it like a piano to Einaudi’s music. 

This next one minute video shows a little of me on my yellow, grooved roller.  

It Hurts. But in a Good Way.

 

 Moving & stretching& rolling around on the floor are forms of massage. 

 

 

Self Trigger-Point Release

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Trigger-Point Release is the idea of finding knots in your muscles and pressing on them until they release.  This a major cause of muscle pain.  And it also increases your flexibility & protects your ligaments.  It is advised to do trigger point and massage release before stretching and working out.

 I roll on rollers and tennis balls. It gives you that “hurts so good” kind of pain.  Add a little music to it and you’ve got a symphony. 

The following link goes into details on SMR.

Self-Myofasical/Trigger-Point Release  (SMR)

Here is a wonderful diagram of our body’s trigger points referred to me by a new internet friend, Chispa Loro.

 Our Body’s Trigger-Points 

Love the colors!

Here is me on some tennis balls:

 

 

I Invented Sweatpants

 

I’m not just someone with a good idea.  I’m an innovator.   I invented sweatpants.

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Living in the dorms at Northern Michigan U in Marquette, Mich, on Lake Superior (are you thinking “cold”?) my sophmore year, I started wearing sweatshirts as pants.  You may be too young to know, or may not remember that sweatshirts were available a while before sweatpants.

I put my legs in the sleeves and belted the waist. Granted, it helped to have skinny legs, and there was a crew-necked crotch, but it worked. Yes, the manufactured variety was an improvement, but I had the idea first.

I have another new invention. My old sweatpants are now losing elasticity around the waist. I cut off a leg of a pair of old panty hose and tied it around my waist. Better than a belt—flexible, adjustable, versitile, soft support.  

You too can come up with some great ideas while moving with me to inspiring music.

Water Your Spinal Discs!

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The most important ingredient to our survival, other than the air we breathe, is the water we drink. The discs in our spine are filled with water. When we become dehydrated, our discs shrink, thus collapsing our spine just a little. (2-3 inches in a lifetime)  The rest of our body is also dependent on clean water. Blood would flow nowhere, if not for water.

     

Up to 60 percent of the human body is water, the brain is composed of 70 percent water, and the lungs are nearly 90 percent water. We are a water-based species. Of the water content on earth, only 2.75% is fresh water, including 2.05% frozen in glaciers, 0.68% as groundwater and 0.011% of it as surface water in lakes and rivers.  

 

We must protect our water supply and not let short term oil and gas greed poison our precious water supply. Spills in the Gulf and the ocean were terrible. Spills in our rare groundwater will prove devastating. 

 

No Surgery Please.