By Dr. Murray Grossan.
In Stressed? Anxiety? Your Cure is in the Mirror I speak of time travel for health and relaxation.
What works is to relax, then recall using five senses – smell, taste, feel, sight, sound and joy. When you do this properly, your body chemistry changes, sometimes significantly. If you recall that happy 18th birthday, maybe you will have a similar chemistry that you did then.
You can monitor this effect. Your blood pressure may change. Your pulse rate may change. Your white count may change too as well as your blood sugar.
As a medical student we gave one person a ‘fake” glucose test, as though they were ingesting lots of glucose. Then we measured the blood. They had the same response to the fake glucose that people get with the real one!
There are so many applications for this time travel with joy.
You have a pain from a mild injury. It hurts. Now visualize a fun experience before the injury. Some persons really benefit from this.
What I hope is that this will encourage researchers to try this on autoimmune diseases. Something –we don’t really know what—causes the immune factors of the body to attack normal body tissue. What was that trigger? Can we turn off that trigger? At this point, no one really knows, but it is certainly a field to explore.
For my patients I have had nice results with future time travel. For illness not responding well, I ask them to visualize going into a time travel device, coming out in the future and all the advanced methods, unknown today, are used to cure them . As detailed in my book, they see colored lights shine on them, they drink strange tasting concoctions, they hear and sense strange vibrations. There are pleasant smells. They feel warm baths and bubbles.
This too is a field I hope others will experiment with.
Although this sounds amazingly simple and easy to try, it requires practice. You need full relaxation and visualization and repetition to make this work. It is well worth the effort so you can achieve better health.
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