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(0:35) Hey, folks, let's talk parasites. Have you ever wondered what's eating you up inside? A parasite walks into the bar, and the bartender says, I'm sorry, we don't serve your kind here. And he goes, the parasite says, You're a terrible host. Guys, we're gonna turn the corner this week. And we're gonna we're gonna gross you out. Oh, my gosh.
(0:58) Alright. So in. You realize while you're listening to this, that that my main, like the main drive, the main sort of seeking of understanding that I've had for the longest time is that I I'm genuinely curious about human experience. That's all we have in life, right is our experience of the quality thereof. And what what is it that? Do we have any say in that experience? And what is it that gives us a chance to have a say in that experience, and among my many forays, I ended up having like, what, what 10 years ago would have been the equivalent of like, $60,000 of like lab work done on my system, kind of like in the in the TV show limitless, which we could do as a separate podcast. But as a, like, really, really deep dive only it was done with like, electromagnetic frequencies, so it's all biofeedback. And they only cost like a few 100 bucks, as opposed to 16. And then I, and then I paid for someone to, like, sit there and like, look at it. And it looked at everything, because if you check out in the book, the chapter where we're talking about the bio electric field, in the human system, and I think it's in the in the events are called the human effect. But this, this reality that has been discovered so far, that every cell in the body, when it has a different function, it has a different signature by electrically and so also do parasites, and so also do viruses and bacteria, and all these other things. So you can not only identify what's there, but by changing the chemistry, which is how they change the bio electrical field right now, or bombarding it with different energies. And so like you can either you can alter the function of any individual cell. So they grew like eyeballs on the butts of tadpoles, because they changed the electrical field in that area. And it literally grew a nerve and connected to the correct center of the brain. Then they also they were doing this to try and figure out if they could help with was this like a human eye? This was no, okay.
(3:01) Yeah, like this huge human eye on the back of the look that I has legs. Maybe that's where some of these horror stories come from. I have Newt. Newt. And so the they also they were doing this to try and figure out birth defects, right. So they were able to by changing the the electrical field around cells, and this is not the nervous system. This is just the chemistry, creating electrical potentials across the cell membrane, they were able to create the similar birth defects in frogs as because they weren't doing this on humans. Yeah, because it's, it's not humane to do it on humans. But it's humane to do it on. I feel so bad for the death toll on these mice, and oh my gosh, anyway. But they created these birth defects that would be seen in in humans in the womb, when exposed to like smokers or meth babies or something like that. And then they changed the fields again, and found that they could reverse those affected areas. And so they're testing this right now. It's basically energy medicine as a method of, like preventative medicine and getting rid of a lot of stuff like this. But then, so I'm getting this electrical readout and come to find out there's like, she comes in the room. And I'm sitting here thinking I live this I live a pretty darn clean like what I mean when you say like, I eat very well. Yeah, like sugar has been the thing. It's not so much now, but it had been a thing and you know, maybe I'm not like at the gym 24 hours a day or something like that, but I'm fairly active and and so I was like, I live a pretty clean life. My little ego brain is like, I'm gonna go and she's gonna be like, Wow, we've never seen anybody like she walks in the door. She goes, You're a hot mess. Oh, oh, man. She pulls out this readout and she's like, okay, all this stuff in red is stuff that is currently symptomatic. All this stuff in blue is stuff that is in process too. To starting to demonstrate symptoms, and all the stuff in green is stuff that's maybe a little bit out of balance, but it's not necessarily heading heading towards symptoms. There were pages and pages of red, and then like, a half a page of blue, or maybe a page and a half, and then like four lines of green, and I was like, Oh, man. So I go like, well do people come in where there's like, no red. She's like, Yeah, it happens. No, like, dang it. And what's interesting is like, so much in my life spent trying to like prevent stuff. But there was an invisible world, underneath the skin, creating things and setting up the stage for things that I wasn't even aware of. So down the rabbit hole I go, because as Jeff who has been on this podcast talking about stuff, he's like, man, you're like autistic or something. As soon as you find something, you're like, oh my gosh, how down the rabbit hole I go, studying about and learning about parasites and shifting a diet to kind of eliminate it. There's like some 19 Different Colisee colonies of parasites or whatever these single celled organism organisms are stuff that are wreaking havoc on the system. And so I'm sitting there going like, well, what does this actually mean? In real life, and she goes, cravings, those are like parasitic things. Like there's a certain chemistry and a certain temperature range, and a certain amount of inflammation and a certain number of other things that is needed in the body for these organisms to survive. And if you know this, those of you listening, only about 10% of the cells in your body are human 10 to 15%. All the rest are fungus and bacteria and viruses and everything else. So if you imagine a picture of yourself, and then shrink it down 10% and set it right next to your former self. Yeah, Bob's a real fun guy.
(6:51) I like to liken it to other things, anyway, um, so I'm in there. And she's like, these cravings are literally organisms like, and so I'm asking, how much can these affect your system? Really? Like? How much control do they have? She goes here, go read this book. The book is titled, this is your brain on parasites by Kathleen McAuliffe. Lee was on his way to my house two days ago, and I was like, Dude, this book is gonna blow your mind.
Oh, come on. Really fascinating, incredibly fascinating and disturbed my sleep. Okay, so maybe we should put a warning here. Let us if you're, if this is nighttime, maybe listen to this podcast in the morning. I mean, this is like really appropriate because the series that's really incredibly popular and it's on HBO Max, or what but The Last of Us is talking about these mushroom spores that cross over to human bodies and become parasitic in their in their own way and take over the brain and try to reproduce that kind of stuff. So it's like, this is a really hot topic right now. Everything Everywhere I look, there's like, you know, carnivorous mushrooms and all this other stuff. So this conversation of parasites is actually timely, yeah.
(8:13) What's interesting is that they get that from what I understand for that show from actual mushrooms, they do take over at brains. And they they end up creating all kinds of stuff. So in this book, you're introduced to the world of these single celled organisms and other parasites inside of the system that hijack animals, motor nerves, the animals thought processes, their behavioral patterns, their circadian rhythms. These are like trematodes, for instance, that are these these organisms that need basically three different hosts. So they somehow have to manipulate their host into behaving in such a way that they can get into the next host. So you have this was like the movie Aliens? Yeah. He's gonna pop out of your chest. And you know, because it does, and so you have like this, this baby tree metode or whatever that is inside of an ant. And it grows to a certain point and then it gets the it hijacks the hands motor neurons, but only at night. So he goes about his business during the day. And then at night, instead of going back to the home, it climbs up to the top of a of a leaf of grass, and then clamps on with it sees and just dangles there all night long. And the next morning, gets back on and goes back down and goes about its daily business and then goes back up at night. Why is the next question because the next host for this ant, for the for the parasite inside the end is this sheep's belly. sheep don't typically eat ants unless they're eating grass. And so it's got to sit up there, not in the daytime because that would fry the ant and kill the parasite. So the level of like minut detail that has to happen in order to get this stuff to go on is just absolutely insane. Yeah, you have crustaceans that, that, you know, their typical behavior when something threatening comes around is to burrow into the sand. But once they're infected by a certain type of parasite, they go up to the top of the water, and then they flop around, and then the ducks eat them, you have fish, who are perfectly healthy in every way. It's just that when they're infested with this one, because the next host is a bird, a certain type of bird, these fish go up to the top of water and roll over onto their side so that their white underbelly flashes up and says hello to the next predator. Right. And so this has been happening in humans to the New Guinea, what is it the News, New Guinea, parrot, whatever it is, it like makes the skin itch so much that the people want to run to water. Yeah. And it's in the water that those spores then come out, and then they get drunk, and then it happens again.
(10:51) Yeah, the Yeah, that's so like, that's very particular. Like, it's like blue blisters around the ankle or something like that. And it feels like it's burning. So you run to the water. And then the parasite in you notices that you're in the water. And then they deliver like 1000s of babies into the water, and then retreat. And then they keep doing it. And they'll do it again. And then again, you don't make good like No, no, cut it off, just cut it off. Which is what happens to the snails. Yeah, where that it may it enlarges their eyes. So you can see inside their eyes, all of these different colorful parasites that are in there, and that attracts the birds and the birds pick the the snails eyes off only. Yeah. And so the snails keep having to regenerate eyeballs, which is an entire life. Yeah, because there's something inside of them. That's like, you know, its next stage of the journey is inside of a birds belly, like now I see. Now I know. The point, the point here is I was like, Wow, holy cow. If, if, as we've been talking about it, every state of consciousness that you are in has a chemical signature and a breathing pattern and a muscular tone to it and everything else. And if that state of consciousness is there, then certain types of organisms can grow within the human system. And they can hijack the entirety of what's there and use it for their bidding. And so this start because what you have here is essentially these organisms have like a hive mind. And so they're not like one individual. It's not capitalism down there.
(12:29) Although you could talk about that later. I don't know where you're going. Well, just the I mean, we talked about how she, I told you like she makes some leaps like James Nasser does in the caffeine book, blaming the Industrial Revolution. And oh, micropolitics Sorry, I could just say James yesterday for everything because he written written books anyway, she makes some leaps, to talk about political parties and parasites and all that kind of stuff. That's all I'm saying is that there's a capitalistic aspect to it as well. Yeah. But down there, they basically have a hive mind. And I started thinking about this isn't science. I mean, this is science. parasitology is science. But all of this is conjecture. This is a really new field. Like she's not a scientist. No, no. And she's doing research and doing research with all the scientists and she's careful in a few places to be like, Look, I could be going off the deep end here. But the doctor that I went to who has studied this in depth is like, this is exactly what I've seen happen in my practice. She's talking about, like, diets and certain things that you eat that like, if you're eating these things like dairy and eggs and whatnot, like they actually provide means for these parasites to burrow in and protect themselves from all of the detoxes and cleanses that you're doing. And that in order to rid your system of these parasites, you actually have to like eat in a certain way and whatnot. So over a period of time to get ahead of the reproductive cycle of these things. Some of them reproduce 1000s every day and others like they take a few weeks to mature and so on. And so like, I'm sitting here looking at this going, Okay, now the question is hive mind. So how many of you driving along like have ever had like weird random persistent thoughts show up in your head, but it's not there all the time? And could those be moments where I'm not saying this is all the time? But could those be moments where this particular set colony is like, Dude, we're not getting what we need and now we're clamoring for attention and the squeaky wheel gets the grease so these mood swings that seemed to happen up and down yes, there are hormonal changes that happen but do some of them thrive inside of those different hormonal Bad's and whatnot. You know, what, what could be happening under the hood that is literally this invisible world of, of like, a battle of between right and wrong, so to speak between human DNA and that was just trying to decay and eat humans. While it's still alive,
(15:01) it's interesting. I mean, she she addressed. I mean, like, I can imagine the listener be like, yeah, like I don't want to hear this. Yeah. But she even addresses that in the book that some of this research has been around for a while. But because we don't like to think of ourselves as being susceptible to being manipulated by something else, that a lot of that research or discoveries have been rejected for that mere fact of how uncomfortable it makes us feel. Yeah. I mean, if you think about it, humans are parasites. Were little tiny, creepy crawlies on the face of the planet, that from the global perspective, are not visible from space at all, are these little microscopic things running around the planet, moving it around, and bidding it do our will, we're pulling things up from the bowels of the planet and forcing it to light on fire and making bread and then we're shooting things out of the atmosphere, like, Alright, we're gonna go populate Mars next, we're just like a parasitic colony. And so if like, my thought process in this was like, wow, if the original kind of life forms on the planet were these parasitic kind of thing, single celled organism, and then those became the controlling mechanisms for ants and insects and, and amphibians and whatnot, then the sort of mob mentality that we see. Make sense, which is a point she starts to make in the book geopolitics from the standpoint of what is beneficial for parasites and what creates disgust among people and prejudice and all these other things, which is fascinating, fascinating, and probably not the only factor, right? The imagination, right? And so, you know, my, my conversations with this doctor was she's like, Look, I've been in the middle of doing like a colon cleanse with somebody and I'm pulling out this tapeworm to go to sleep. That's my number two favorite topic
(16:49) on this tapeworm, and he's like screaming and yelling and like having this massive emotional fit. And then the minute it's out, he like comes to and he's like, Oh, wow, how long have I been here? What's going on? Like his entire personality and consciousness changed had been hijacked by the chemical signature and the whatever signals had been being sent out by this queen. That had been just sitting there. For the longest time. It was just them. And this is like giving me I'm sitting there. Sitting there in the office like having these throwback visions of the video. I watched in grade school of stuff going no tape where? Oh my god, it's just so many like Sci Fi series that have, like, Stargate SG one. Start tracking, like all these episodes now that these parasites are controlling it taking over the government. Yeah, Star Trek. Yeah. Yeah. So definitely was not one of those like, oh, gosh, what's going on, but it just started to like, offer another because what we're trying to tell people to do and one branch of the of what I'm sharing with people in, in the retreats and with the online stuff, that we haven't really like dive into yet his nutrition because I don't want it to come from this place of like, Oh, these are the trips, the nutrients and whatnot, I wanted it to come from a place that really connected to emotional states, since 90% of the serotonin in your body is produced in your gut DMT, which is related to these psychedelic experiences. Yes, it's in the mind. But a lot of it, it has his own neural pathways that are just now being traced. This is still cutting edge kind of stuff. And it's in the gut as well. And your dopamine, like there's so much stuff that happens in your gut microbiome, that it really changes your personality, not just your mood, but your actual personality, the more these things take hold.
(18:36) But the gut thing was fascinating for me, because we've talked about the messages that the heart sends more messages to the brain, you know, but in this book, she's saying that the gut does a ton. Yeah, it does a ton and I, I had heard that there's enough neurons and I think this was on another podcast that you have the same amount of neurons in your stomach as a cat or a small dog. It would be a large dog large dogs a cat like when we're talking about Yeah, large dog so kind of golden retriever ish. Nice. Yeah, Steve. My dogs. What do you what do you call a magical dog? Laboratory Abracadabra. I guess I'd messed it up earlier elaborate cadaver dog that is the funniest thing. The point is, what is the point? Remember, so but the gut right yeah, it sends all of this this information up to the brain and it's really controlling the brain meaning the information gets sent to the brain and in response to that information the brain then it with its master glands like pituitary gland, pineal gland, and these other ones then sends a cascade chain of of chemistry and instructions back down to the body, which can control motor functions. Otherwise, you wouldn't just have diarrhea exploding, like it can control so many other things where it's like you can't hold it anymore or your eyes. Go wonky, or you just suddenly can't like make sense of things and you lose your conscious states, all those things start to happen. And they, they can start in the gut. And which I find really, really fascinating, right? So all of this stuff, like from an emotional perspective, like, that's what I really wanted, because we're talking about modulating your own personal experience of life. And that's really what I'm kind of interested in, where it comes from, what is the real nature of this existence in this experience? And so we haven't really opened up this nutritional piece. So when I'm asking, Are these questions, you know, and I'm testing things out, you guys will benefit from it further down the line? have, you know, trust me on this one, I just haven't said we haven't released it all yet. And so like, this has been a really fascinating discussion. Now what it did for me, it's something probably different than what is expected from this, you know, because the doctor wants me to like, consider like, this is what is. I mean, if you think about it, parasites are there, they're basically eating you. And they might be symbiotic, meaning the byproducts of it are giving you a positive experience in some way. Because there are those like what they would call positive gut bacteria and
(21:11) stuff. Was there, ones that produce more serotonin? Yeah, there are some that produce more serotonin and whatnot. But they there were some experiments done with germ free mice, meaning they cleaned out all of the all of the parasitic activity. What they found was these mice like, and she doesn't explore this in there. But these mice behaved in a way that was highly energetic, that was not controlled by fear, like instinctive fears of any kind. They were like wandering around where cats would have been, they were like, really curious and really like, whereas the rest of the mice were fearful where they would clump in groups, and they would do things that you would expect a hive to kind of do. And what they found was when they introduced the same bacteria into the, the microbiome of the of the mouse, that it would normalize its behavior to be like that of the rest of the of the of the pack, what is it? What is the group of mice, herd races? I have a couple of nieces and some, whatever they are,
(22:17) so like, it would normalize it, meaning that their personality and their behavior, and potentially even their mood was all dictated by the microbiome in their gut, not by their experience, not by their history, yet, because of the microbiome wanting to preserve itself, on some level made the mice aware of the dangers and its world. Yes, like inherited awareness of danger. Not even that it's just cat urine, like it's not anything else, which means cat urine is a chemistry that certain parasites are like, because, well, if the cat if the mouse dies before it's ripe, then it can't move on to the next whatever, right? And so, that was eye opening to me for for a reason that I don't think the author of the book was expecting, right? Because when I was listening to that, I was like, these mice sound like enlightened beings, Buddha mice, they sound like the kinds of things that I have read and experienced myself where fear is disappeared. There's curiosity and wonder at the planet, and no sense of like, imminent survival needed and not at this clustering and prejudice or anything else. This sounds like an enlightened being. And in in my life, when things have been cleared out from my system, whether whether that's physically or anything else, that's exactly what I experience all the time. And I've experienced it more and more and more over the years as I've really taken charge of my system, obviously not well enough to not have all these different you're good news, folks. You can be like me and still experienced wonders bliss on a daily basis.
(23:56) It was interesting. She I mean, I don't know if it was that chapter or what but she does go to children born via C section, rather than than the birth canal. Right? And that the bacteria in the birth right. So that they've gone to because the child does not pass through the birth canal does not get the bacteria wash that they need. Or they she says
they need in some doctors are like, positing this or testing this out right, swabbing the babies with vaginal fluid exactly so that they'll have the advantage of that which is completely fascinating, right? If you or someone you know is looking to drop the F bomb of freedom in their life, whether that's from past trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction, or any other host of emotional and personal struggles, but they just don't know how or wants some help doing it, head on over to the freedom specialist.com/feel better now and check out some of the things we've got in store for you or book a call so we can look at your unique situation. and get you the help that you're looking for.
(25:06) Yeah, so like, it's, it's interesting to me. So my thought process was like, okay, cool. So what if there's this human DNA, and its fullest expression is one of wonder in the world. And then you have these other parasites that are busy eating that. So all of a sudden I go, Okay, so there's an invisible world. This sounds like a spiritual world. And there's a battle between good and evil, aka parasites, and human DNA. And the wages of sin is death. And parasites are producing death, or necrosis and whatever else. And so the parasites are the sinful ones, and to repent from sin is to get rid of all that. And I was like, wow, suddenly, I have this interesting, a whole different set of language to talk about something that church fathers in spiritual traditions for millennia without microscopes have been in some way, shape or form discussing that there's a war going on, between good and evil, but and not to say that there isn't something else out there, right? Sure.
(26:08) You did point. When you talk about Mosaic Law and stuff, and how that impacts so much of the world. She points this out in the book as well, that so many of the things in the Mosaic law have to do with cleanliness and purity, and, you know, getting rid of that out of the community and all of that, which is completely fascinating, because it's almost like I did a mission in Uganda. And when I came back from Uganda thinking was like anyone with a high school diploma, could go there and teach about cleanliness. Anyone, and it would radically change the community. Yeah, just washing hands and preparing food and all of that. Just that simplicity of that, which I guess was pointing to the mosaic laws and the things that are there, all around parasites, virus and bacteria. Yeah, which we don't. I mean, you think about it, there's brilliance in the Mosaic Law, right? Okay, we're gonna we're gonna quarantine the lepers, right? We're going to women who are on their menses, we're going to like separate separate them as unclean not not unworthy, which I think we interpret poorly. But back then it was just like, No, you're unclean. Literally. It's, that's kind of stuff we don't want in our food. We don't want that in our like, right. So you have to go through ritual purification processes, which often involves bathing, right? Or, you know, bathing with water that had hyssop in it. Yeah, you know, or, yeah, or burning it or, you know, all that kind of, and so all of these types of practices, like weather wherever Moses got that kind of, it's not eating crustaceans, not eating pork, you know, chicken osis, and all that. Yeah, yeah.
(27:42) And so, which, so like, those things are fascinating. Like that is a codified thing. And so, like these, these huge social structures built around cleanliness, not because they've seen parasites, but because there's a sense that like, you're unclean, meaning and unclean means you can't worship in the temple, meaning you can't really experience the presence of God in some way. And if the presence of God is the kind of bliss you can have when you're when your biology is not being overrun by parasites. Now, what we have is a feet on the ground approach to really generating spiritual experiences, which, which was the thought process that I went to was like this, this sort of connected some dots that I was trying to because I have no problem with religion and people's experiences. It's just that it's so often gets wrapped in this domain of the truth. And we're arguing about dogma. Instead of like, the utility of these practices, were like chanting and incense and prayers, and what those do in terms of what they stimulate in terms of neurologically with the vagus nerve and stuff. And then you have cleanliness practices, and how often you do like in fasting practices and all of these things that would potentially cleanse the system of things that would be diseased run and when you're feeling sick, tell me how many of you feel close to God. verge of death, Okay, maybe right but sick, most people are irritable, crabby, emotional. They're not actually in a space where they are able to feel the kind of divine stuff that's there. And so it just it was like this beautiful bridge for me to be like see, taking care of the body really is a pathway to having the kind of spiritual experience no matter what your religion is. Well, she she points out the phrase cleanliness is next to godliness. Yeah.
(29:33) Which is a pretty common idiom. Yeah. Yeah. And, and she also so then what they've done with this is they've also kind of like they've they've made predictions on war toward countries you know, and how much prejudice and war and tribalism will exist based on climate and based on ecology, and in the more like tropical climates where there are very, very subsections of, of chemistry and temperature and humidity levels and everything else, what they find is more very, very insulated, warring tribes that are very, that have tons of prejudice. And it's clear from their chemistry that if those were to interact with each other mass die off would occur. And so this, this sort of prejudice and war torn countries, across this tropical band of the planet, actually could be a result of the fact that there are entire populations of parasites inside that are demanding war in demanding isolation so that they can preserve their next thing. So the question that the book raises is like, how much of your thoughts are actually your own? And that's something that somebody brought up with, with Jasmine recently, because she was having, like, I was going through undergoing some of the processes we've talked about and, and one night, she started to feel a little bit weird. She's like, and I said, maybe it's, you're just in my electrical field. So maybe your system was kind of like, processing that and someone's like, you're an empath. And she, she sat there for a second, she's like, I've never thought of myself that way. But it was like this huge relief, because it gave her the ability to go, what if these aren't actually my emotions? What if I'm not actually reactive right now? What if that's just something wafting through the room? And I mistook it for mine? And what if the thoughts inside your system are the same? And the emotions you're having are not necessarily even from somebody else? You don't have to sit there and be like, well, it's his trauma? No, no, what if it's literally just some parasite inside you that you didn't know was there that, you know, they're just trying to survive? And what if that's not actually your thought? And that gives you back some autonomy? So there's a level of kind of, like, beautiful relief in that question.
(31:41) I think we experienced that at the retreats. You know, like, we laugh a lot. Yep. We laugh a lot. Because there's a lot of stuff there. There's a lot of stuff coming up, you know, and that relief is important. Yeah. And so what are some of the ways that you can eliminate parasites, obviously, diet, we're dealing with chemistry here, right? Basically, that's what we're dealing with. So how the diet is balanced in terms of chemistry, you may remember like way early on in the podcast, I had Beldon Coleman, he's one of a few people that I know of that look at diet, not in terms of macronutrients and whatnot, but they're looking at it in terms of balance, like if you think of a science experiment, it's not that like that mixing two chemicals is is poor, it's that the ratio of those chemicals could create a massive explosion. If you have a neutral pH because you mix two things, it's not a big deal. But if you mix two things in it suddenly makes it massive, massively basic or acidic, then all of a sudden it eats through the vial. And now you have a problem.
(32:41) Yeah, his whole his whole thing is our body is a beaker. And that what you put into it can create the chemical reaction that you want. Yep. Yeah. And so you're looking at chemistry. So his process is one that that that Lee has, has tested out and whatnot. And the process I'm I've been going through is similar, but it has a different intent. And the intent is, how do we clean the system? How do we get ahead of the reproductive cycle of the parasites and by holding the body in a certain chemical state long enough, and then only then reintroduce it so Belden says looking at giving your body the the appropriate amount of amino acids that it needs to to function properly. And this one is looking at a slightly different tack. So definitely diet is one way that you can look at clearing out parasites, I can pretty much guarantee you that in any one of these diets. You don't have to be vegetarian or vegan. But you definitely want to clean food. You're dairy is probably going to be out most breads and wheat stuff are gonna be out. Here's your bowl of ice enjoy.
(33:46) Feldman's program says eggs are fine the lady that I work with you know she's like never eggs she's when she's I'm when I'm pulling these things out of people. I can see, I can tell when they're eating eggs, because these parasites armor themselves with a much harder and much more impenetrable shell and it comes out in a in a thicker kind of milkier way. Or a creamer anymore. But she's like so eggs, eggs, give them the ability to like armor themselves better and protect themselves better. So you never want to eat eggs. I don't know if that will change over time. So again, this is an experiment in process, you know? Whereas Belden will say it's a it's a yes. And so there is some question marks around that. Eating a diet in order to give your body muscle. That's what people use food for. Sometimes people use food for emotional, emotional comfort, but that's where my doctor that I was working with. She said, Yeah, just ask yourself. Am I feeding me or my parasites? Yeah. And then go eat something that helps you. And I was like, Oh, wow, that's a really good question.
(34:54) I have definitely microdose sugar for motion. So you So diet is one way. But you see there's other things that change your bodily chemistry. We were talking about earthing, just this morning, like, what happens? As far as inflamed joints and stuff like that? And I was I was proposing that perhaps there's parasitic involvement in the joint that doesn't do well in a positive electronic charge. Yeah. Or it's a negative charge. Yeah, it works, right. Because the positive charges up above which ironically, in Chinese cosmology, the young energy is the heavens, it's positive. And the yin energy is the Earth, which is negative, which electrically is kind of how it worked out it in monotype. Wow, some of these people were perfective. But so yeah, so the earthing is one and some of the, like, the videos that they show up there watching cells change as soon as their Earth. And it's instantaneously like, as soon as you touch the planet, or some sort of ground electrical ground with any part of your body or skin, you know, it can go through close, but it's a little bit less grounding. But as soon as you do that, suddenly, cellular activity changes so that within 1520 minutes, all of a sudden, there's a there's a huge difference. So I sleep with an earthing mat, on my bed, and on my around my pillow, and then I have one in my room that I can sit on or put my feet on. And, and then I walk outside barefoot a bunch, and you know, I try to be like, in physical contact with the planet where I can, you know, so that will change things, the sunlight will change things because that's going to change what's going on inside of your system in a lot of ways. Breathing, right will change your chemistry. And I teach a lot of different ways to breathe. Because different emotional states demand different types of breath processes. Maybe you hold on empty, maybe you hold on full, maybe no not holding is the best thing you want to do. Maybe you needed to be an intense breath, maybe maybe you needed to be a really like simple one, maybe it needs to come in through your mouth and out through your mouth or into your nose and out. So there's a lot of different ways to breathe, and each of them changes your chemistry differently.
(37:06) I had seen a long time ago that that as far as a cancer agent for healing someone from cancer was putting them in a hyperbaric chamber where oxygen was increased because oxygen kills cancer. Right. Lemon also has 200 times the cancer killing properties and then chemotherapy does. What does lemon lemon. Really? Yeah, a little bit of warm, warm lemon water in the morning, folks. Even if you hate it, the laminator the lemonade. Lemon 200 times from from what this doctor told me like talking about breathing. The well we just do Coronavirus breathing through your nose. Yep. And humming. Yep, nitrous oxide, which kills that virus? Yep. Yeah. So nitric oxide production. So humming and resonating the using your voice to resonate your system in certain ways can change your internal chemistry and, and increase the production of BDNF, which will change your chemistry and increase your production of endocannabinoids would change your chemistry. And so like these vibratory states, we teach people how to do this with their own voice. At the retreats, there's pressure, physical pressures, and postures change chemistry, even at a molecular level isomers. And isotopes are basically the same molecule, but they're bonded a little bit differently. And so some become more volatile, or more acidic or more problematic than others. And so even the posture of a molecule changes its stability, and changes its capacity to like function and how it functions. And the same thing with with your, your, the super organism of the human being, the whole body, its posture changes. So how you breathe, though the relaxation in the tension patterns behind your retina, for crying out loud, like you can get really minut the details. And if you've read the book, you'll notice all of those things affect can affect your chemistry, as well as your circadian rhythms, you know, and how much light you have going in your eyes blue light in the day, from your computer screen versus other things. So there's a lot of things that you can do to start to change your chemistry and as you move that chemistry toward a healthier place, then you either make the parasites go dormant, or you can possibly rid yourself of them completely. And I want to bring this as an example I have, she comes in and she tells me I'm a hot mess. I've just been having like this, like, you know, whatever going on disillusion so I had to I think part of my impetus was like okay, I'd finished the ketamine and I wanted to make sure with the necrosis and stuff that I wasn't like death. And so I was like, Okay, let me go. Let me go look at this. And so we look at it, but as she thought about as I thought about that, I think about my two sisters and both of them medically, our hot messes, like both of them are dealing with massive pain, chronic pain, debilitating stuff, injuries, like fibromyalgia, all kinds of some of that is emotional, some of not all things come from from parasites, like if we traumatize the germ free, they would still learn from that behavior and they would still develop learned patterns, it's just that they wouldn't be controlled by the parasites. So not all of it is parasitic. But like those, if those parasites are there, and you cleanse them, then all of a sudden, you're done. And so, you know, that same thing also Cleanse like when we're talking about casting out demons, are we casting out literally things like that by intense, physiological, emotional activity that is poisoning them from the inside out. And so I think about my sisters, and I'm like, well, they really are experiencing a lot of difficulty in life, which in my brain, I'm like I can, I can help them. I've helped a lot of people with these things. But this just gave another piece of the puzzle, so to speak of like, what could be influencing this, and how the processes that I've been fortunate enough to develop and share and teach and refine over all these years, actually are doing what needed to be done, which is possibly why I didn't feel like my life was a big mess. Because while I was doing things that were actually either putting them in hibernation perpetually, day in and day out, so that they didn't have a function so that I could function optimally, or I was getting rid of them. Because if you think about it, even your emotional states become a chemical fertile ground for some of them to activate and then take charge and do the things that they need. So the less reactionary or the less opportunity there is for anything in the invisible microscopic world to have it say, and
(41:52) so just as your as you're talking about it, and I think about my own experience, doing the arms, nasal breathing all that stuff after, like, my experience, from when I start doing those tools I learned at the retreat is like, like, I'm pushing something out of my brain. It feels like that. Yeah, some of these do live in the brain. Yeah, like toxic, toxic, toxoplasma and toxic. Well, like, like the the sounds affect different parts of my brain. Right, which I think was part of the reason it feels so effective. Like it starts at one point and moves to the brain, which I don't know, it'd be interesting to take a look at that, too. Yeah. So I know, this is like an interesting foray off of the topic and possibly disgusting, which they discussed, discussed in the book. But we never we didn't even get to the whole, like the just the, from a human perspective, like when she was talking about the flu virus. And, you know, the, the viruses desire to perpetuate itself and secure itself. Like they have studied people. Well, the study started because they were like, how can we see if this really is affecting human behavior, right? And so they're like, well, we can't just go infect people with a cold, right? And then they had this brilliant idea. Well, we inject people with the flu virus virus naturally anyway, I'll go get the flu vaccine, right.
(43:13) And so people got more socially active two or three days before the flu symptoms reveal themselves. Because once the flu symptoms reveal themselves, it's no longer spreadable, right? Right. The contagious period is gone. And you take action at that, when you get the symptoms, then you take action. Yeah. And then the opportunity for the virus to perpetuate itself has gone. Yeah. So like, on whatever level, that virus is pushing us out to be more social, so that it can move around. Yeah. And she, she removed it into the whole STD thing as well. Like people that are infected with STDs are more active sexually after infected, which is completely like, alien baby. You know, like, and she even talked about HIV patients in the latter stages near death, they, at the end, become more sexually active as well. Just that the viruses desire to, to stay alive.
(44:16) Yeah. So it's kind of creepy to think that yeah, you're the actions that you think you've been blaming yourself for, and you've been like, getting on your own case for may not actually be driven by your own desires, they may not have anything to do with a character flaw. They may not have anything to do with some spiritual deficiency inside of you. They're just literally a biology trying to play itself out and you happen to be in some way shape or form a soul a spirit, a super organism is something that is in the car, but you're not in the driver's seat all the time. And there's something really fascinating about approaching it that way to go like not in a way of like going well, I'm not responsible, but in a way of going Oh, that's what's happening, or what could be happening? How can I now mitigate that so that I'm no longer being like driven around by parasites? Well, even like I think of some of the tools that I've learned from you, and from this experience, that I'm not controlled by my emotion. So in a way, if it is a parasitical thing driving an emotion, I'm usurping that control.
(45:25) Yeah. Yeah. Because it gives you a way to, like no longer have it be, oh, this is who I am. Right, right. This is what's going on. So as a fascinating foray into a totally different world of what might be affecting and causing some some troubles. I just want to weave together this, as I've said, from the very beginning, your body is the single greatest personal development tool you've ever been given, it is the single greatest gift you've been given, it is the reason you're allowed to be on the planet as a mortal. If you didn't have a body we would be having, well, maybe we wouldn't be having a different discussion. But so it's the thing that guarantees you life. And it is the way out how you treat the body, the way you move, the way you breathe, the way you eat, the way you handle and respond to your emotional states, it literally is the tool that you need, it's not some fancy drug, those can help make cause an intervention. It's not, it's not necessarily ketamine, like we talked about before. It's not psilocybin, it's not even breathwork. It is like, these are tools that you can use, but the you is separate from them. And it's your opportunity to live a full fledged life will depend on how many lampshades there are around your little light bulb, once the lights on, which is what we're trying to do with people is really get the light to turn on and burn away as much of the dust on the outside. But it's incumbent upon you to remove all these lampshades so that you can really let your light so shine before men to see just you not your good works. I don't care about your good works, I care about you. And like that, that is beautiful. And that is incumbent upon you. And there are a bunch of different ways you can do it. If you would like to learn more. And you want to get an experience of like doing this kind of all in one really tightly knit package then come to a retreat, it is worth I mean, this is hundreds of 1000s of dollars of possible experiences that you could have all wrapped into five days, where it's set aside for you that you don't have to do what I did, and chase it around the globe and find all of these different things. And as a result of reading this book and some of the other stuff we've done, we've done a lot with the what we eat at the retreats to kind of make it very, very supportive, but some of that will likely change that again, moving forward.
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