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DEFENSIVE BEHAVIOR & POOR HEALTH AUTO IMMUNE ILLNESS

IS HOW WE SEE THE WORLD AROUND US A REFLECTION OF OUR OWN BIO TERRAIN?

My observation is that people who have an internal environment that is a welcoming home to pathogens – parasitic infections often view the world, their world, as a unsafe and threatening place. These people have weak immune systems and are often highly reactive. They very often want to impose their will on others in order to feel in control. Many do this so they can feel safe and protected. This feeling of being unsafe has become a vocal part of a large segment of those living in some democratic populations today. I am not going to speak for the rest of the world. Are these people who want to control everything the greater part of most social democracies today?  I don’t know, but sometimes it feels that way. These  people seem combative and fearful. They get a whole lot of media coverage. They are loud. They justify the argument for medications, and many of them probably are medicated. Considering their behavior, it is frightening to imagine how they would be without their meds.

DRUG FREE? NOT SO FAST…

What I have personally experienced in my own healing process has lead me to realize that a good percentage of people with a 9-5 schedule need Western Medical Protocol. Western Medicine, can help to suppress symptoms, at least for awhile. This enables people to hold it all together, to maintain the status quo. It is often damn hard to ride out feeling unwell when taking a Holistic Approach to healing.This is especially true if a person has a volatile health situation at hand. I have gained more compassion for people and their decisions, if they are their own decisions, to medicate their symptoms in order to function, and move on. All children, some informed and elderly have these decisions made for them, as do many others. At the present time an overly medicated society, and what it means for the future of the  world, is being played out in the worldwide daily news cycle. It is not pretty.

FEELING ATTACKED AND UNSAFE

Please consider this:  Poor health and serious illness is, or eventually becomes, a by- product of a weak immune system. Having an organ, such as a Gallbladder,  removed helps to open the door for a weakened response to pathogens. I use Gallbladder removal as an example because it is a very common surgery today. A subject onto itself. Anyway, with continued exposure to environmental and other toxins [the list is endless], a person is very apt to project their physical condition onto the outer world. Why? If a person does not feel safe in their own body it is hard to feel safe in the world. Not feeling safe has become  a way of thinking and being. For many, feeling unsafe composes the fabric of daily life. This is greatly due to the degradation of the environmental health of our planet.

WAR HAS SO MANY MEANINGS

Exposure to toxic substances is definitively displayed in the behavior of a growing number of  people who are directly exposed the repercussion of war. Chemical warfare and the use of depleted uranium [and many other chemical / toxic substances] has greatly contributed to the very disturbing behavior that we see among those that are barraged daily with these poisons. In our own country, the US Military are prime examples of this phenomenon. A growing number of military men and women unwittingly fall prey to depressed, anti social, suicidal and other violent behavior. At worst, their behavior is similar to that they are trained to defend against. Our military men and women, and their families deserve so much better. We all do.

A BOTTOM LINE HYPOTHESIS

The more inflamed and infected with slow burning, or not so slow burning pathogens a person is, the more they are apt to respond to the world in a defensive way. Defensiveness is a  response that is due to  and a reflection of of an unhealthy physical condition. Knee jerk defensiveness is the world I see being projected back to me in the present world news cycle. What makes some people feel safe, such as more armaments, more military, the idea of building walls and not bridges, does not make me feel more safe.

As a person who does feels unsafe at times, I know this is. at the root, a reflection of my inner terrain. From what I understand, the Mayan Civilization elders are said to believe that there are no safe places, there are only safe people. I am not sure exactly what that means, but it is something to ponder.

There are a number of ways to help heal in a world that is constantly being bombarded with contaminants in our air, water and earth. These are toxic substances, most of which we can not see. Presently, I am finding help from Dr. Jennifer Daniels, MD. There are a number of other protocols, that I know of and have been helped by. I have written about some of them in past blog posts. If you have the time, go back and look at what I have written. Hopefully, there may be some information there that may be of help to you.

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DO YOU HAVE AN INGUINAL HERNIA?

I THOUGHT I DID, BUT IT TURNED OUT TO BE AN ABSCESS

Post Script: This post got mistakenly posted before it was complete. I will write more in the near future. Despite that it is not complete, I have decided to keep the post up anyway.

My story is not one I really want to share  for a number of reasons, but I decided to do so anyway. Hopefully, what I write here may help someone else.

There was a time when I looked for information on how to heal a hernia.Over the years I have found very little that was helpful. Almost nothing. My experience is not one that I will probably be able to tell in great detail. One major reason is that there are so many parts to this puzzle that I have not been able to connect together yet. Also, it has been a very painful experience both physically and emotionally. Some of the details are ones that many people may not want to hear described graphically. There are some aspects to this crisis that I do not think I may be able to share. Why? Well, some of what I experienced has  been pretty gross. What happened is pretty fresh. It is still hard for me to believe I have been able to handle it. I did have tremendous help from Jennifer Daniels, MD. Her directions,  insights and support kept me out of an emergency room. I also had the support from my husband, who despite being pretty freaked out by my situation, has been extremely helpful to me. I will be eternally grateful for his love and encouragement during this entire highly traumatic event.

Again, sorry for not having more information here. I will write in more detail sometime in the next month or so.

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