A Balanced Approach to Wellness

Cover-Signals that Inspire

The appendix is one of the organs that oversees complex healing mechanisms in the body. When it is inactivated because of removal, other organs and healing entities compensate, depending on the person’s overall health.

Removal of the appendix is a regular procedure that is performed to prevent rupture of the appendix. Preventative medicine can generally prevent the need for its removal. From the book Signals that Inspire and Intertwine: …once the appendix has become inflamed or abscessed, removal is a solution.”

The appendix controls upper level healing mechanisms. Without the appendix, the body works less smoothly when these extra healing forces are needed.

The appendix is the organ that bridges between the spiritual and physical worlds. That connection is affected when the appendix is removed, but  the connection is continued as though a phantom appendix exists. When life is coming to an end, the appendix governs end-of-life preparations, and so other entities in the body must compensate when the appendix is not there.

Signals that Inspire and Intertwine presents spiritually received information that explains the roles of the appendix and “signals” in the body. This book is an introduction to the complex system that protects and heals our bodies. Besides the appendix, the pineal gland, spleen, and liver assist with extra healing mechanisms that kick in when the body’s regular defenses cannot handle the onslaught of too much distress.

This book is available for purchase through amazon.com stores: https://amzn.com/1523932058

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