Monday, March 24, 2008

I Was Taught Neural Depolarization As A Child ...

Neural Depolarization is a gentle but powerful touch therapy, which uses the energy of our nervous system to heal many diseases. NDP requires that we know the nervous system, the energy that it transmits, what keeps the nervous system viable, and the role that our nervous system plays in our health and happiness as physical beings. Throughout history there have been a few scientists and a few physicians (such as Langley and Cajal) that have spent their lives learning how the nervous system functions and how we can work with the nervous system to heal ourselves. When we look at this accumulated information, we can see a dramatic body of knowledge unfolding that tells us more about ourselves than any other body of knowledge, because it defines human beings as energy and matter.

I was taught Neural Depolarization as a very young child when I had an intense debilitating case of rheumatic fever. I used NDP to keep my pain threshold at a level that I could tolerate, which meant that I depolarized my arm and leg joints and my neck vertebrae frequently during the day. Because of NDP I healed myself enough to enter Nursing School and graduate 36 months later as an R.N. In those years, we had two weeks off at the end of our first and second years. We worked and studied for twelve hours a day and sometimes even more. On weekends we frequently worked twelve-hour days, but we learned, and I have always been thankful for what I learned, how I was taught, how I had to utilize my time, and the absolute excitement of learning and doing. During my years in nursing school, I would fall asleep doing NDP on my elbows, hands, knees, and ankles. I would wake up at 5a.m. when the alarm bell went off to start our day and my pain would be gone and my energy would be restored.

I learned an enormous lesson about food when I was a student nurse. I went into nursing school at a normal weight and I came out of school probably at least thirty pounds heavier than when I went in. I grew upon a farm in Southern Illinois. We raised our own foods, which consisted of the vegetables, fruits, and nuts that we ate plus the chicken, pork, and beef that we raised on the farm. The foods that our animals ate were pure foods, primarily green grass, and in the winter, hay and corn that were preserved for the winter months. We ate from our gardens and from the animals, with no spray or insecticides being used.In school we ate from the hospital cafeteria and I could feel myself gaining weight. The nuns walked through the cafeteria making us eat all of the food that was served to us. When I finished school I had gained thirty pounds despite the amount of work and study that we did. I was not alone in my weight gain.

I used NDP on myself constantly before I went into nursing school and while I was attending school. Neural Depolarization is a form of "health care" that can free the body of pain and disease, and at the same time NDP can return the Spiritual Energy to our human body and give us a new lease on life. NDP is an energy therapy that can do wonders to return our physical body to balance and expand our internal energy fields. I often wondered whether or not I would have made it through that intense period of my life if I had not known how to keep myself healthy and mostly free of pain with NDP. To this day I do not think that I could have endured the long days, weeks, and years without NDP to keep the energy of my body balanced. Those three years taught me more about pain management than I could have learned otherwise and I have always been grateful that I faced the challenge and lived it.

After working as an R.N. for 40 years, I decided to quit my nursing focus as an R.N. in 1984 and teach NDP plus the Spiritual Philosophy that I was taught as the basis of NDP to anyone that I thought could learn this healing energy. The more that I open my mind to the hidden memories of teaching Neural Depolarization and Spiritual Philosophy, the more my mind remembers the years that I lived as a philosopher and taught other people the healing arts of the time. Neural Depolarization is an ancient energy therapy that helped many people live long and productive lives under great hardship. Because these ancients could live pain-free they could keep their thinking mind active to pursue other concepts of life such as Spiritual Philosophy.

For practical purposes we need to understand that our life is about the level of energy that we use every day. We always function from the level of energy that we are living and we cannot rise above the functional level of our energy until we learn what energy means to us and our lives.

I spent thirty-six years of my life believing in the concept of "health care," until I suddenly realized that people did not get well, they simply became chronic patients who consumed countless drugs. Once I understood this concept, I stopped my focus on being a nurse (in 1984), and I began to focus on prevention as a better form of disease control. Prevention is a way of providing our physical body the chemicals that it needs by eating only organic foods, drinking pure water, and breathing the purest air that we can create in our home. Every time that I focus on "health care" I make myself sick, because medicine does not honor the energy field of me or anyone else when we are given medication that throws our internal chemical design out of balance. When we disrupt our energy fields, we interfere in the function of our physical and chemical design as a human being. The majority of human beings do not believe in "health" care, but we do believe in "disease" care, which shows us our need to change and grow within our thinking mind.

excerpt from my January/February 2008 newsletter

1 comment:

Angela Chen Shui, "The Soul Alignment Coach" said...

You're right - most people do believe in disease care rather than health care.

As individuals and societies begin to remember the connection between mind body spirit and health, we'll co-create a transformation of complete health on Earth.

Thanks so much for all your posts and I particularly liked your shared personal story in this one.