Each day I gain a greater appreciation for the important roles that minerals and microorganisms play in the maintenance of health, as well as its restoration. Yet, if we choose to embark on the journey from the depths of chronic dis-ease and return to our home in Well-being, we’ll discover profound solace in natural elements. Central to that process are the natural properties and power of water and salt. Specifically, coherent water and crystalline, or full spectrum salt.
These factors go a long way to explain, in part, why chronic and degenerative diseases evolve (as we move away from healthy forms of these products), as well as why MMS – which is derived from a salt –is as effective as it is.
Having just finished reading Water & Salt: The Essence of Life, by Peter Ferriera and Dr. Barabara Hendel, I am somewhat amazed that this information isn’t taught even in our first science courses. However, if it were, we’d have far less disease, and more robust health throughout the course of life, than we presently can lay claim to.
Instead, our industrialized, technological methods routinely, and as a matter of course, desecrate two of the most basic components that make life as we know it, possible, at a price we all pay to one degree or another.
The authors begin by making a clear distinction between biochemistry and biophysics, which they refer to as the realm of living energy. They conclude that all disease, as we know it, can be looked upon as expressions of an energy deficit. The term imbalance would also apply, since disproportion in any aspect – whether it is molecular, microbial, or even in consciousness – away from what is optimal will result in energetic degradation and a loss in coherency.
Seeing life and experience in holistic terms, which includes an energetic perspective, allows new insights and interpretations to emerge. New behaviors and then experiences will naturally follow.
Desecration is a most appropriate way to describe water and salt treatment, an often overlooked factor that contributes to the disease parametrics that we are currently experiencing. If that were the extent of the sacrilege, it would be a simple matter to fix. The problem runs through virtually every thread in the fabric and tapestry that is modern life.
It is neither my purpose, nor intention to get you down or piss you off in sharing this viewpoint, although such reactions would not be unreasonable. The realization of just how pervasive our collective ideological and technological perversity is, can mark the turning point where one makes the personal decision to not only claim, but exercise their innate and inalienable power to heal, and be well again.
WHEN we get “the memo” that the power to heal is innate and inalienable – when that simple idea begins to ring true, even though we may have no clue as to how, or even if everything we’ve done thus far has not worked – the new path that one must take becomes evident.
The closer our return to fundamentals – water, salt, food, environment, etc. – in their optimal state, the closer our return to health. Water and salt in their optimal states should be part of our daily intake, because they are necessary requirements to repairing the body and restoring, as well as sustaining health. They facilitate and deliver balance because they are integral parts of our Original Design.
More to come.
MMS & Dead Sea Salt
On the video edition of Talk For Food I conclude my conversation with Wil Spencer on the flap that developed on the Gulf Coast, and then talk about some of the powers of salt with Pavel Gershkovich of Salt Chalet, located in Scottsdale, AZ.
This is also available as an mp3 on Webtalkradio.net.