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The Heart Reflexes

The Ear, Hand and Foot Heart Reflexes

Heart disease is the leading killer in the 'civilized' nations. Second is cancer. The heart breaking leading cause of death globally is suicide, but that is not considered a 'killer disease' like heart failure. 

As a species, we are the unhealthiest life form on the planet. We have been here the shortest amount of time and have done the most amount of damage. We are stressed-out, comfort-driven beings who are mostly out of touch with nature, and as a result hundreds of millions of people are rapidly aging, falling apart and loosing organs and/or dying long before their time. Almost everyone in the modern world has some kind of physical problem and cardiovascular  disease is now leading the way.

Amongst all of the kingdoms and colonies governed by the Vatican (independent city/country/corporation since 1929) lead by the United Nations and their specialized agency, the World Health Organization, representing all of the people of the world, (except for Kosovo and Taiwan, and the Vatican of course) the entire month of February is dedicated to raising awareness about heart disease and increasing knowledge about prevention.

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I have some great news to share with you!! I thought I would join the efforts of the Crown who holds the keys to the world, and share more in depth details about heart health at this time of raising awareness and offer some brilliant alternatives that they won’t tell us about to increase knowledge about prevention. 

In many nations like Canada, this awareness raising has been going on for at least 60 years. Today, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada is at work in communities from coast to coast, with:

•130,000 volunteers

•close to two million donors

Since 1956, the Foundation has raised and invested more than $1.3 billion in leading-edge heart disease and stroke research. These impressive results have been made possible by the ongoing and valuable efforts of volunteers and donors across this country.

Today, cardiovascular disease takes one person out of every three down, and one life every 7 minutes. According to Heart and Stroke Foundations around the world, and 90% of us have at least one heart disease risk factor. 

The work of hundreds of thousands of volunteers, campaigning and collecting money for research (by tax exempt associations and foundations) from the masses around the world has not led to a solution. In fact cardiovascular disease has risen to global epidemic proportions. 

The World Health Organization’s fact sheet sums up the prevalence of Cardiovascular Diseases globally. 

W.H.O.Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) fact sheet

  • CVDs are the number 1 cause of death globally: more people die annually from CVDs than from any other cause.
  • An estimated 17.5 million people died from CVDs in 2012, representing 31% of all global deaths. Of these deaths, an estimated 7.4 million were due to coronary heart disease and 6.7 million were due to stroke .
  • Over three quarters of CVD deaths take place in low- and middle-income countries.
  • Out of the 16 million deaths under the age of 70 due to noncommunicable diseases, 82% are in low and middle income countries and 37% are caused by CVDs.

What are cardiovascular diseases?

Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are a group of disorders of the heart and blood vessels and they include:

  • coronary heart disease – disease of the blood vessels supplying the heart muscle;
  • cerebrovascular disease – disease of the blood vessels supplying the brain;
  • peripheral arterial disease – disease of blood vessels supplying the arms and legs;
  • rheumatic heart disease – damage to the heart muscle and heart valves from rheumatic fever, caused by streptococcal bacteria;
  • congenital heart disease – malformations of heart structure existing at birth;
  • deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism – blood clots in the leg veins, which can dislodge and move to the heart and lungs.

If we are to survive as a species it is time to take matters into our own hands. There are ways to detect and reverse cardiovascular disease that have been kept hidden form us, for eons, since before the snake met the staff in fact, to wean ourselves from the MedRx.

The greatest news is that our body speaks volumes, enabling us to detect if our heart is in trouble long before we suffer any adverse effects. 

Unfortunately many of us don’t know the signs to look for if we are at risk of a failing or hurting heart. The Silent Killer is it’s name.

The face, the ears, the hands and the feet all divulge secrets about our internal condition, even when we’re uncertain what is happening in our body, IF we know what to look for.

Do These Reflexes Hurt?

Try squeezing the areas to see if your heart is hurting. If you heart is healthy the reflex area will not be tender to squeeze. If applying even gentle pressure to these heart spots is painful to bear, don't waste any time, see your doctor immediately and have it looked at. The heart poisons are grains and sugar so cut those out and continue to squeeze these spots to clear the goop out of your heart.


Want to take matters into your own hands?

You can learn how to do the smallest microcosm - your own EARS here

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Rebound, Skip or Bounce Your Way Back To Health!

Bounce Medicine

I love to BOUNCE - my way on in life, if I don't - I falter, I fail. 
Then I remember again. 
It never grows old!

I've always loved to bounce whether in a hop scotch, I can't help hop into it when I see one and do the hop scotch through it to this day. Bouncing pumping up swinging, skipping rope - especially doubledutch, dancing, gymnastics or figure skating are all forms of bouncing I partook in as a child. My favourite was to climb a tree and find a springy limb to crawl on to and just lay on it and bounce. As grown ups we are forced to cease all such activities and sit in a chair to work for the rest of our lives... only to be ultimately told we are unhealthy because we don't exercise. We don't move, we don't bounce. If we do not bounce in such a sedentary lifestyle we soon start blowing parts.

My grandmother rebounded on her mini trampoline from her late 60's till her 95th birthday, when they decided to take it away from her because she might fall and hurt herself. We watched her health plummet thereafter. At 97 she suffered a massive heart attack due a fungal infection (candida - plugs the lymph system -- the body's garbage disposal system) and the inability of the body to rid itself of the toxic waste makes everything pile up everywhere and then the waste must circulate and float around in our veins and arteries - causing greater and greater pressure on our cardiovascular system.

She also fell and broke her hip as a consequence. Things were not good, so I flew to be by her side to assist in her recovery against my family's advice, they said I likely would not make it there in time to see her alive. On the same day my grandmother suffered her heart attack and fell, my sister Lynne, who had come to live with me 2 months prior broke my ring finger and badly sprained both my hands in an altercation that I attempted to subdue at 4AM. My finger needed serious attention, so I arranged the next viable flight back to Canada from Ibiza. Meanwhile they hooked my grandmother up to IV's and bolted a plate on to hold her hip together.

When my sister Yvonne and I arrived at the hospital, she was but a very frail, little puff of grey hair hooked up to tubes attached to machinery, she did not respond. The only part that was available to me without tubes attached were her feet. So, I softly untucked them from the crisp white linens, and gently applied systematic foot reflexology to help her body to heal itself. The hospital staff jokingly asked if they could get a foot rub too, and though I adore having my feet rubbed, I seriously responded this was NOT a foot rub it was Reflexology!! To which they chuckled - oh nice. The next day she was awake, but not lucid. The most heart wrenching part for me was that for the first time in my life, my grandmother did not know who I was, or who she was.

I repeated the same gentle foot reflexology the second day and again on the third day when she rose and was sitting up in bed for the first time since her accident, she still did know me by name but asked if I was my mother's daughter. On the fourth day when I arrived she looked at me and said "Michelle when did you get back from Spain?" As soon as she was disconnected from the tubes and IV's, I began working  her ears - gently every day at first, then every other day till she was released into convalescent care 2 weeks later.

The personal support worker for my grandmother asked if I would give her some of the ear thing I had given my grandmother, so I did her ears too, the day she was discharged from the hospital. My grandmother celebrated her 101st birthday a couple of months ago and is now rebounding moving around in her wheelchair mostly = they bolted the plate on wrong so her one leg is shorter than the other now, making it very fracturiously dangerous for her to walk about. 

Everyone should Bounce EVERY DAY!!! You do not necessarily need a rebounder or trampoline, a good old fashioned skipping rope works wonders, or even without it - just bouncing on the spot several times a day helps drain the lymphatic system wonderfully allowing all of your organs to function so much better as a result. 

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In his book ‘Jumping for Health’, Dr Morton Walker claims that just 2 minutes of rebounding offers equivalent physiological benefits as: 6 minutes of running, 10 minutes of swimming and 22 minutes of walking! - See more here 

In just 2 minutes of rebounding – the entire lymphatic system is flushed out and the white blood cell count nearly triples, providing a greater defense system to destroy cancer cells. - See more here 

Rebounding ~ How To

Screen Shot 2014-03-17 at 6.17.59 AMThis discovery is so simple that many actually discard it as being too ‘simple or easy’ to be of any value. However the results with people who did these exercises several times per day are sometimes close to ‘miraculous’

The benefits of Rebounding go way beyond exercise. It is a whole-body exercise where EVERY SINGLE CELL is rejuvenated and oxygenated (in your muscles, bones, eyes, heart, lungs, kidneys, ears, glands – everything!  NASA research found rebounding to be 68% more efficient than running on a treadmill!  In his book ‘Jumping for Health’, Dr Morton Walker claims that just 2 minutes of rebounding offers equivalent physiological benefits as: 6 minutes of running, 10 minutes of swimming and 22 minutes of walking!

Albert E Carter, Olympic athlete, journalist and lifelong rebound researcher has claimed that Rebounding to be ‘THE MOST EFFECTIVE EXERCISE YET DEVISED BY MAN’

In just 2 minutes of rebounding – the entire lymphatic system is flushed out and the white blood cell count nearly triples, providing a greater defense system to destroy cancer cells.

DEEP BREATHING TECHNIQUE – TO ACTIVATE THE LYMPH: soft walk on a rebounder/mini trampoline

1. Start off very gently – for 15 seconds with both feet firmly on the rebounder ‘soft walk’ on the surface gently raising each heel one at a time.
2. Never stress your body. As soon as you feel dizzy (a sign you are loaded with toxins) you stop. You could do some gentle deep breathing at the same time (its gets easier with practice)
3. Keep doing this ‘soft walk’ several times a day if possible until you can do 30 minutes without fatigue. Listen to music that fits your mood to enhance the benefits

If your legs become tired or you are not able to stand on the rebounder, sit on the rebounder, with your feet on the floor, use you hands and feet to gently bounce up and down. Make it more effective and fun by bouncing from one hip to the other. If you are wheel chair bound then just put your feet on the rebounder and have someone else jump on it and it will help you activate the lymph system.

1. After you can do up to 30 minutes of the soft walk and not feel tired start with the ‘low jog’. Do a slow, steady jogging motion, move your arms up and down and do deep breathing. This is not about speed but endurance. You may not be able to hold your breath like when you did deep breathing without the jumping on the trampoline but it will still be beneficial

1. After 5 minutes warming up with the ‘soft steps’ and ‘low jog’ you can now do faster and larger movements until you feel fatigue, then you return to the lower level aerobic lymphasizing – repeat slow fast slow fast …. fast slow gradually slow down, not too fast into the low jog and then the soft step. Breath normal
2. Do not do an Aerobic Lymph session and then get off the rebounder without doing these lower level low jog and then soft step, otherwise you will cause more stress and trapped proteins in your system. Always do the ‘cooling down’ program
3. When you step down, you should be able to speak calmly without any fatigue or stress and feel more energetic than before.It may take patient months to be able to do this full cycle. Transition is important. Its not about speed but endurance

Your body has about 60 to 80 trillion cells. The 2 to 4 G forces (gravitational pull) involved in bouncing with a ‘Rebounder’ squeezes out toxins. Then, during the brief weightless period when the body is suspended in the air, the lower pressure in the cell promotes the movement of nutrients into the cells. Thus the flow of materials to and from cells is improved. It is like getting every cell in your body to exercise. Trampoline use helps the lymphatic system eliminate toxins by increasing the gravitational pull as you bounce. The lymphatic system is the metabolic garbage can of the body. It rids the body of toxins, fatigue substances, dead cells, diseased cells, nitrogenous wastes, trapped protein, fatty globules, pathogenic bacteria, infectious viruses, foreign substances, heavy metals, and other assorted junk the cells cast off. Especially women with breast tumors would want to obtain a Rebounder and do daily sessions. Even 3 or 5 minutes will make a remarkable difference!

Source: The Best Exercise For Your Immune System: 

               Rebounding! by Chris Wark


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