So, what are pathogens? Pathogens are viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites and toxins. This blog will give you some insight into the benefits of thinking about some of the smallest things around – pathogens, and how you can prepare for pregnancy or improve your unborn baby’s health prospects whilst pregnant.
Pathogens infect the body through ingestion, respiration, sexual intimacy, insect bites, inheritance and other such – like the various orifices of the body. What we are familiar with is the conventional model, where a person is infected by something, and more often than not, their immune system takes care of it i.e. the pathogen is destroyed within the body. Unfortunately, in reality, it’s not always so simple. Sometimes, the pathogen evades the in-house security. In fact, within the universe of your body, pathogens can colonise and live at low levels. Evading obvious detection by not making you ill enough that you will die or be in a constant ‘full-blown infection’ state.
Each pathogen will cause problems, but most don’t want you to die. They want a host. For example, one of the commonest causes of constipation are parasites and amoebas. They drain the food/stool of liquid, making it difficult to pass through the colon.
Ever wondered why eczema flares up at times of stress? Because virus'-causing eczema thrive off the chemicals in a stressed body and the immune system is also handicapped by stress. Did you or someone you know suffer recurrent ear/nose/throat problems, such as tonsillitis or pharyngitis? Influenza pathogens such as Adenovirus or Haemophilus Influenza are great at lingering around, flaring up when the immune system is struggling. Pathogens get out of hand, usually because one or more of these conditions is present:
So how does this all relate to having a baby?
When you are planning your pregnancy, it makes sense to have a detox. In recent years it’s become common place to get your body ready for growing a baby. Rather like you would try to improve the soil in a field before growing a crop. One example of a 'nasty' that would be great to avoid passing on is Luesinum. Luesinum is a hereditary toxin. Its origins lie with Syphilis, which was particularly prevalent with our forefathers. Being a miasm of syphilis, it doesn’t necessarily affect the body the way syphilis would, but it does cause ill-health. Luesinum is really common. I would estimate that at least a quarter of people carry it. Luesinum causes symptoms in all systems of the body: digestive issues, migraines and headaches, joint problems, urinary and reproductive symptoms. What’s worse, Luesinum will amplify the symptoms of other pathogens living within the body. You are also far more likely to suffer from an ‘autoimmune ‘disorder if you have Luesinum. Worth eliminating before you get pregnant? Absolutely! And that’s just one of the inherited toxins. Medical science still knows very little about the transfer of pathogens to the unborn child growing in the womb. However, I feel it is a safe bet to eliminate those pathogens that are showing up to cause irritation, rather than to leave them.
How does a Pathogenic therapist detect pathogens present in your body?
This is where things get new-age sounding, and a bit science-y. A pathogenic therapist uses a Bio-Electric Functions Diagnostic Kit aka. a Vega machine. This device measures the subtle electrical flow of the meridians (your energetic body channels) through the electro-acupuncture points of the hands and feet. By taking this reading, it is clear whether there is irritation or not i.e. if pathogens are likely to be present or not. Everything there is (including pathogens) has its very own resonance signature. Imagine this energy signature as a wave-length. The pathogenic therapist owns vials with individual pathogenic signatures. So, the same wave-length as the pathogens themselves. However, the one difference is that they are polarised to each other. The pathogen’s wave-length is positive, and the vial’s is negative. A cancelling out effect occurs when a vial for a pathogen is placed on the device that the client’s body has within it. This then gives a better reading (as if the pathogen isn’t there). So, what happens when pathogens are detected? The pathogenic therapist then prescribes a remedy for each pathogen detected, which is charged to the exact frequency of each pathogenic vial that tested as positive. This remedy will kill the pathogen in the host’s body, except in the case of fungi where two more remedies will need to be prescribed to eliminate it. Pathogenic therapy is therefore the treatment of detecting pathogens and eliminating them. If you are pregnant already, this therapy will not harm your baby.
Why is it useful to eliminate pathogens before or during pregnancy?
It is probable that each mother will pass at least something pathogenic on to their baby during pregnancy and during the transition through the birth canal. Some pathogens are good for humans. However, the equipment used by a Pathogenic Therapist is designed to find pathogens that are decreasing health, not improving it. Pathogens cause weaknesses which escalate bad health. If you are familiar with the concept of Homotoxicology you will possibly be aware that the human body is either spiralling towards good health, or bad health. Getting rid of pathogens can help reverse the direction your body and your unborn child’s body is heading. When you consider all the ailments, diseases and conditions that modern medicine does not yet know the cause of, pathogens provide a wonderful illustration of how these states of health are reached and remain stuck: IBS, Crohn’s, Diverticulitis, Arthritis, ME/CFS, Eczema, Psoriasis, MS, Chronic Tonsilitis to name a few. It’s really the little things that count toward a lot in the human body and not that which shows up in a ‘high-bar’ blood test.
To find out more about Elska’s pathogenic therapy visit www.horizonwellbeing.com or contact her on 07734 372 094.
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