Topics: Allergies

An allergy is a personal hypersensitivity to something that is not inherently bad for the human body. The medical profession assumes there is a fundamental difference between hypersensitivies that involve the immune system – a true “allergy” – and hypersensitivies affecting other areas of the body – “intolerances.” But the energetic mechanism of reaction – other than that specific to the afflicted area (e.g. your immune system, cardiovascular system, nervous system, etc.) – is the same in all cases. So we refer to all hypersensitivities as “allergies.”

Because of the conventional lack of understanding of allergies there is a common presumption that food allergies are relatively rare – e.g. “more than 3% of adults have one or more food allergies.” But this presumption reflects the common lack of awareness of food allergy rather than its actual low incidence.

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Topics: Getting Well

Three months ago, a client was told by her doctor that she had IBS – irritable bowel syndrome – and that it’s incurable. So she’d have it for the rest of her life.

A month later, with proper treatment, most of the symptoms were gone. And now, they are completely gone.

So why did her doctor say it was incurable? Because it was . . . if she, like most people, had depended on science-based medicine.

When scientific medicine doesn’t have an effective treatment for a problem, the problem is officially considered incurable . . . regardless of whether or not thousands or millions of people have recovered from the problem through other means.

“Incurable” doesn’t only mean that a problem may, in fact, be effectively treated by any number of practitioners who don’t depend on medical drugs or surgery. It can also mean that another allopathic doctor may have the answer.

For example, I recall a case where an ophthalmologist in the United States was unable to treat a client’s “dry eye” disorder. But an ophthalmologist in France sorted it out in less than a week. The two doctors had an equivalent medical training but their knowledge of potential solutions was, nevertheless, significantly different in some ways.

Another area of medicine in which people are often told their problem is incurable is that of “terminal” cancer. Millions of people have recovered from “terminal” cancer by subscribing to relatively non-toxic – as opposed to medical drug-based – treatment protocols.

However, when recovery occurs, it is officially considered to be a “spontaneous remission.” This means, in such cases, that the methods used to get well aren’t considered “scientific.” And so a patient’s recovery can’t be explained . . . except by the practitioner(s) involved of course – but that doesn’t count. One good source of information on treating cancer in ways that most doctors won’t tell you about is

So, if you are ever told that you have an “incurable” problem, don’t forget that this is, essentially, a political statement, not a scientific one. The doctor making the statement doesn’t know all the practitioners or products out there that may be able to help you.

Of course, he or she may be right. There may really be no-one and nothing that can help – but I wouldn’t care to bet on it. No doctor or practitioner knows more than a fraction of the possible treatments for any health problem. And those people who apply themselves to their own recovery are far more likely to get well than those who just believe what they are told. And so give up.

Five months after moving house, Margaret Turrel, age 50, began experiencing some alarming symptoms. They included abdominal pains, inexplicable exhaustion, aching in the joints and anal bleeding. Margaret also became unable to be in the same room as a television because she started breaking out in a sweat . . .

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Topics: Depression

Many people experience depression in one form or another, from a few hours of feeling down to days or weeks of barely functioning at all. In a previous article – The End of Depression – I wrote about how all forms of depression are marked by a descending lesion in the energy body from the center of the forehead (the “6th chakra”). The length and depth of this lesion determines the type and severity of the experienced depression.

The lesion or energetic injury in women suffering from post-natal depression, appears between the forehead and the perineum – energetically speaking, a “6th to 1st chakra lesion.” So the challenge is to discover what will most effectively “seal” the energy body between the 1st and 6th chakras, without causing harmful side-effects (i.e. other lesions).

The 6th chakra controls the frontal lobes of the brain, the autonomic nervous system, sensory organs (e.g. the skin) and parts of the endocrine system. Every thought and feeling you experience is strongly influenced by the state of your 6th chakra, as is your energy level and general mood.

In addition to strongly influencing the health and functioning of your legs, feet, lower GI tract and lower back, the 1st chakra directly influences your sense of self: where you belong, how you fit in with your peers and society in general, your self-image and self-esteem. These are all affected by the condition of your 1st chakra. Someone with a typical “1st chakra fracture” will suffer from low self-esteem or, the other side of the coin, arrogance; or even, in extreme cases, “social autism” – a profound lack of awareness of how their behaviour affects others. The nature of the damage to your sense of self depends on which part of the 1st chakra is afflicted by stress. And the nature of the stress.

When a baby is born, its passage through the birth canal can damage the mother’s energy – especially if there is a pre-existing energetic weakness there. Usually, damage is minimal and local in effect. But certain conditions can cause a much larger lesion to appear.

The lesion that underlies post-natal depression is always preceded by damage to the 6th chakra (a “6th chakra fracture”) due to chronic exposure to an environmental stress. This means that the 6th chakra has already been made vulnerable by a harmful energy in the local environment, or a past or present [energy-] weakening relationship, to which the mother has an unusual sensitivity.

Unfortunately, people are largely unaware of how they and their energies are being affected by the energies of their relationships or environments. Consequently, the sudden stress of post-natal depression after the birth of a child may well be the first symptom (of 6th then 1st chakra damage due to environmental stress) they notice. Energetic changes precede physical or psychological symptoms. If, for example, an environmental stress damages the 6th chakra, which then weakens the 1st chakra, the stress of giving birth can be the straw that finally breaks the camel’s back.

There is a constant subtle interplay between the energies of your relationships, as well as the energies of your home or office environment, and your own body’s energies. It determines how you feel in every way, from one moment to the next. If this balance becomes profoundly disturbed – such as by giving birth – in a way that compromises the natural flow of energy between your 1st and 6th chakras, depression and its accompanying loss of a relatively robust sense of self, can result.

Many women’s post-natal depression can be resolved with the help of nutrition, herbs, homeopathy and/or exercises. The right combination of these modalities will be effective if they help seal the 6th-1st chakra lesion. Medical drugs may also help partially seal this kind of lesion but they often fail to help the energy body recover 100 percent. In all cases, we would also look at ways to reduce or eliminate exposure to the kind of stress that predisposed the 6th chakra to react in this way [i.e. depression] in the first place.

A common difficulty with understanding this type of problem is that practitioners and patients tend to seek single causes. But whilst a 6th-1st chakra lesion is a single energetic cause for depression, its presence is almost always due to multiple external and internal factors. This is why we look at each person as an individual, with their own unique energetic needs. Then we can identify the reasons for the appearance of their particular “post-natal lesion” and then its solutions.

© Stephen Kane –  2008

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