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Things to do if you think you’re heading towards Alzheimer’s disease

Alzheimers

No one wants to lose their capacity to remember and to process information, but Alzheimer’s disease is prevailing in its grasp of people’s abilities to think.

There are many signs of Alzheimer’s disease’s invasion, and once it invades, it has opportunities to expand its reach. Alzheimer’s disease can be slowed, but it cannot be stopped.

If you think you’re heading towards Alzheimer’s disease, here are things to do:

  1. Exercise more. Exercise creates movement in the body that blocks the advancement of Alzheimer’s disease.
  2. Avoid, as much as possible, stomach and ear medications. Some of them strengthen Alzheimer’s disease’s power.
  3. Partake in musical and artistic endeavors. They increase the body’s ability to pause the advancement of Alzheimer’s disease.
  4. Eat foods that are unfamiliar. Your activated taste buds can wake up extra defenses.
  5. Create memories by engaging in interesting activities. By using your memory’s network for storing new and interesting thoughts, the Alzheimer’s disease is divided.

You can prevent Alzheimer’s disease before it develops by following the guidelines in this blog post:  “Prevention of Alzheimer’s disease”.

Note: This vital information has been bestowed upon us by Spirit. Thanks Spirit for sharing it through me!

Essential tremor—Stop the shaking!

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I have been “suffering” with essential tremor for almost thirty years. I put the word “suffering” in quotes, because I mostly ignore it (except when I’m eating soup and the soup sloshes off the spoon—doesn’t happen every time). Essential tremor has been annoying, but has not inhibited my life like it does for people who rely on a steady hand for their work.

I’ve finally thought to ask Spirit about essential tremor. Here’s the interesting and helpful information I’ve received.

Causes of essential tremor

Essential tremor is caused by twisted nerves (not getting more technical than that).

  • It can be hereditary, which is the cause for me. My paternal grandmother had essential tremor and two of my siblings and several cousins have it.
  • It can be caused by aging that includes lack of nutrition to the nerves.
  • It can be caused by an overabundance of phosphorus in the diet for an extended period of time (the time period differs depending on people’s magnesium-potassium balance and hydration levels).

How to lessen the effects of essential tremor

Reset breath
  • Inhale deeply to the abdomen, exhale fully, and then hold your breath.

The breathing should be rhythmic and comfortable. The Reset breath can be done throughout the day.

Things that invalidate Reset breath’s influence on the nerves are feelings of anger or aggression, over-consumption of sugar or sugar-substitutes (like saccharin and aspartame), and antidepressants.

Avoid caffeinated beverages and foods

I LOVE coffee, but coffee doesn’t love me. My tremor is much worse when I drink coffee. For years I ignored the effects of coffee, because I like drinking it so much. I don’t want the tremor to move into my other hand or into my vocal cords, so I have finally given up coffee. I miss it, but I don’t miss the exaggerated tremor. I still eat chocolate, but much less than I used to.

Good posture

Maintaining good posture allows the nerves to relay information properly. To lessen the effects of essential tremor, good posture when sitting is especially important. Read the blog post “Posture–so much more important that people think!” for information about the importance of good posture.

Note: This information has been bestowed upon us by Spirit. Thanks, Spirit!

Brain power

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The brain is a powerhouse of actualization. Actualization is the tangible expression of living. Each movement we make–deliberate or not, each flow that carries nutrition or response, each sensation of pain or stimulation, and each moment of repair or action, is the actualization of brain-triggered living.

The brain holds sway over the majority of tangible functioning in the body. (Intangible functioning is handed throughout the body. For example, see the blog post “Where do thoughts come from”.) The brain handles sense functioning (vision, touch, and partially hearing and smell), thought retrieval and construction, movement coordination, transport of some substances, restorative actions, and catalysts for triggering actions.

The brain has division of functions based on its composition and development order. The functions include processing of thought components, coordination of physical and residual movements, regulation of organ functions, and breath consistency.

The brain, in its capacity to handle multi-augmented functionality, is continuously fed through nutritional pathways and creative connection (the creative connection is the distinguishing feature of the human brain as compared to the brains of other mammals). The feeding of the brain requires unimpaired pathways of nutrient transfer and openness to stimuli and questioning.

Nutrient transfer misfires when allergic reactions inhibit the transfer, when ingested substances cause strain on physiological digestive processes, and when water intake is insufficient to power nutrient movement. Openness to stimuli and questioning–the nutriments to creative connection–stagnate when societal restraints overtake personal expressions of joy and when internal restraints cancel the internal drive to create. Nutritional pathways and creative connection are damaged when hallucinogenic substances or morphine-like sedatives are overused.

Creative connection requires a childhood that is filled with moments of wonder and time to explore. The thoughts created in childlike wonder are the ones that lead to the most amazing expressions of creativity and awareness.

The brain provides our bodies with never-ending support, although it capabilities are affected by aging and environmental pollutants.

Each brain is different in physicality and creative connection. Like a fingerprint, the brain’s intangible uniqueness is real. The brain and its power are incredible!

Note: This information is spiritually derived.

Writing break or well replenishment?

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Like a waitress, I have been taking orders from Spirit, faithfully writing down the messages and directives, rarely questioning the content or direction. I have written about topics that I do not understand, about current issues that do not affect me, and about viewpoints counter to my own.

I write them and I publish them for you, the readers, to contemplate and learn. The messages come through me, but they are not from me, and I learn along with you as I try to understand and assimilate their wisdom.

I have been faithfully writing down the messages and directives since I began receiving them in 2012. I have adjusted my lifestyle and goals to allow this spiritual work to flourish. This spiritual connection has filled me with amazement and gratitude, and it has led me on a path of well-being and balance.

This intense spiritual connection has also challenged my relationships and daily living. Some of you may have noticed that I have been writing less or that the messages have become more insistent. I have struggled with the intensity of  this spiritual connection, and I do not know how to embrace it as I would like. I try to shout out the wonder of it all, but my self-imposed fears prevent me from fully sharing with you all the knowledge that comes through me.

Lately I have purposely stopped my openness to receiving the knowledge. I feel it waiting for me, but I don’t let myself receive it. I know that Spirit is waiting for me to continue this vital work, but I am unable to enthuse like before. I know I will return to my strong desire to receive and share the spiritual information, and I hope this time is simply me replenishing the well and not stopping. (I did manage to finish a post that I started over two months ago. I’ll publish it soon.)

If you have questions for Spirit that you think others would want answered, let me know. Perhaps reader input will push me to receive for us like before.

The heart on a flight

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When we fly, our hearts fly with us.

People who are nervous when they fly cause their hearts to contract. People who are excited when they fly cause their hearts to beat faster. People who are angry when they fly cause their hearts to contract and beat faster.

People who are hungry when they fly cause their hearts to work harder. People who are thirsty when they fly cause their hearts to contract and work harder.

People who are constipated when they fly cause their hearts to feel tightness or feel antsy. People who are ill when they fly cause their hearts to feel tightness or stress or pain or spasms, depending on the source of the illness (flying when ill is hard for the body).

The best way to fly for the heart is when a smile comes easily, when excitement is tempered, and when overall health is reasonably well.

Notes

  • This blog post is a reflection of my heart’s connection to God.
  • Tuning into your heart’s wisdom is a step towards spiritual connection.

Reaction #3 to “The health effects of the latest technologies”

Heart wise

The future holds so much promise, yet our advances—the ones that make our lives more easy and predictable—are the ones that will upend the advances’ promises of better.

The advances of “smart” technologies will create entrenched changes in people that will defy treatment. Besides the effects from the smart technologies, the lessening of joyous movement by children and the withdrawal from nature will cement the entrenched changes further.

Offering young children smartphones as playthings is the beginning of the entrenched changes. The children will be affected in the eyes, in the cardiovascular circulation, in the olfactory abilities, and in the processing of emotional thoughts. The addictive draw of the screen’s amazingness pulls from the children their natural rush to move, which will affect their spinal and muscular development. The wondrousness of the screens’ offerings will lessen the wondrousness of the natural world and the children will lose their connection to the Earth’s glory, which will affect their senses of taste, touch, and intuition.

Adults who wear the smart gadgets will have less ingrained changes than the children, but if they also reduce their movement and distance from nature, then their bodies will respond unhappily. The changes depend on age, length of exposure, and time spent with other people.

Distancing from nature and lessening of movement, when accompanied by the side effects of the latest generation of medications, will exacerbate the side effects. People who take these medications require continuous connection to nature and joyous movement to lessen the side effects.

Here ends input from God about the impact of smart gadgets and medication side effects combined with sedentary lifestyle and little exposure to nature. This response relates to the blog posts EGC sessions with God: The health effects of the latest technologies,  Reaction #1, and Reaction #2.

I am sad to be the bearer of this information, but I do hope that people will heed these messages of warning.

 

 

Reaction #1 to “The health effects of the latest technologies”

smart gadgets

IN yesterday’s blog post, we were informed that the latest technologies are causing new types of illnesses. That knowledge is distressing, to say the least.

I pushed for advice about dealing with the onslaught of external changes (like smartphones, smart watches, activity trackers, wearable computer glasses, and to-be-announced-soon footwear, that uses computer tracking).

In today’s blog post, we will receive advice from God about protecting ourselves from the latest invasive technologies. I know these new devices seem helpful and are appealing, but we’re being warned about their future bad effects, and we really need to pay attention–me too!

  1. Wearing computer devices is harmful. They disrupt the body’s functioning. The longer they are next to your bodies, the more harm they cause. Keep them at a distance. [This advice also applies to smartphone that are kept in pockets or in arm bands and other containers very close to the body.]
  2. Tracking steps is confused desireability. Knowing exactly how far you’ve walked or how many steps you’ve actually taken seems desireable, but the devices that provide this information will cause illnesses and changes in body functioning. Don’t use these devices.
  3. Placement of the devices is very important. The farther away from the body, the better. Keep smartphones in a container [backpack, thick waist pack, purse, or messenger bag]. When holding a smartphone, hold it for short periods of time. For children, no more than twelve minutes and no more than three times a day (no more than 36 minutes); for ages 20 and up, no more than fifteen minutes and no more than four times a day (no more than sixty minutes). For extended viewing of the screen, place the smartphone in a holder and don’t hold the holder.

A reminder from yesterday’s blog post: the younger the age of exposure to these devices, the more havoc created for the body. If you have young children, resist the pull to use these devices to pacify your children.

 

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