“Hey, many people have heard of the Mediterranean diet and how it’s extremely good for the body, for longevity of life and one of the main things that they’re getting a ton of is Omega 3 fatty acids and Omega 3 fatty acids have numerous health properties. I’m just gonna run through the list here. And I don’t have it off the top of my head, but it helps with cardiovascular health by lowering blood pressure, cholesterol, plaque build up in the arteries and the chance of having a heart attack or stroke. That one is pretty big, right? So a lot of people aren’t getting the Omega 3s they need. It stabilizes blood sugar levels, preventing diabetes, reducing muscle bone and joint pain by lowering inflammation. That’s why we give this to a lot of people who have joint issues or feeling joint inflammation, helps balance cholesterol levels, improves mood and depression prevention, sharpening of the mind, it help you concentrate. Remember your brain is almost all fat, right? And this is the fat that it runs on and it boosts immunity. It helps your digestive system. It treats things like ulcerative colitis, reduces risk for cancer and preventing cancer reoccurance, improving appearance in your skin health.
So Omega 3 fatty acids are extremely important. There was a couple of things down here that I also wanted to go over. So one of the things that Doctor Axe recommends and most doctors recommend, this is something that we always recommend is that somebody you should be, or it’s suggested that taking a good Omega 3 fatty acid supplement is necessary if you’re not getting it from the food regularly. Because if you’re not getting a high dose of this, then your health will suffer, right? And especially brain health, if people are using their brain daily and they want it to function better, this is good. And then also the same with exercise. So these are good fats that will help you actually burn more fat. So Omega 3 fatty acids, very good. This one is a high quality. It’s about a thousand IUs of vitamin D3 on top of it because remember those are synergistic. And so a fish oil and D3.”
“Hey, what’s going on? So the next supplement is amino complete. Now Amino Acids are the building blocks of the protein. So these are the subunits to create the protein. Most people don’t know this, but besides water, protein or amino acids are the second most weight mass in our body, right? So this stuff is helping to build the lean muscle, ligaments, tendons, all that connective tissue, right? It’s also going to help with weight loss because you’re stimulating the muscle. And the muscle is what consumes calories, especially in training. So to recover from training, this is a great source of nutrients. Amino acids. This also has whey protein involved with vitamin B6 cause vitamin B6 is essential for helping build amino acids or you know, getting them active in the body. And so amino complete is perfect for before training for energy and after training for recovery, you’ll recover faster, you’ll be less sore. Let me just run down and make sure I’m not missing anything on my, so this provides a balanced blend of amino acids. It includes whey protein like I mentioned in… healthy for building lean muscle. And that’s why this is really important. The goal of this is for strength and mass building, but it has other benefits but that’s the main goal. So anything like athletes looking to improve endurance or reduced respiratory exchange ratios. So improving your cardiovascular health, people looking to reduce the impact of stress on the body. Um, anyone looking for further for support of synthesis of protein and proper body functioning. Even vegetarians who are not getting enough protein or don’t know where to get their source of protein from, this can help tremendously.
So amino acid complete, just think of it like this. When we talk about eating protein, we’re essentially talking about amino acid. There’s 11 essential and then there’s about 10 non essential amino acids. There’s some that you get from your food and there’s some that the body makes. These are the ones that you need to get from food. And if you’re not getting them… You’re going to be missing out because we want to get all amino acids at the same time. And called that the complete amino acid that’s going to help the building blocks of your body and build the muscle mass, make you stronger, make you faster, make you feel better, have more energy and a recovery. So numerous benefits from Amino complete.”
Having previously worked night shift for 5 years, a common question I get asked is, “How do I intermittent fast while working the night shift?” I believe this question is prevalent amongst night shifters because of the difficulty to access healthy food in the middle of the night. So to many, skipping meals seems like a viable solution.
Of the five years I worked the night shift I incorporated intermittent fasting (fasting for 16-18 hours a day) for about three years. In the beginning I struggled being consistent, but after a little practice I was able to lock it down. Before I get into more detail about ways to incorporate intermittent fasting on night shift, let’s take a quiz.
Just answer yes or no to the following questions:
Are you new to fasting?
Do you stay up after your shift on your days off?
Do you exercise in the morning after you work out?
Would you consider your job stressful?
Do you consume large amounts of caffeine (more than 1 cup of coffee) to stay awake?
If you answered yes to three or more of the questions it is not necessary for you to continue reading this blog after this paragraph. The above questions all relate to having stress. Working night shift and not having any sort of connection to your body’s natural circadian rhythm is alone very stressful. Fasting is an additional stress you would be putting on your body and the benefits you would receive from intermittent fasting would not outweigh the cost of the additional stress added. The APA (American Psychological Association) published a report in 2011 indicating a list of frequent health issues for those working night shift. Based on scientific studies the APA concluded Metabolic Syndrome was frequent amongst those who work night shift.
I know the effects of night shift stress from personal experience. As previously mentioned I fasted for about three years while working night shift. Eventually, I could tell my overall health and quality of life was on the decline. I stopped fasting and felt a little better. When I focused on my health and got down to a 1 or 2 on the about quiz (previously a 4 out of 5) I felt a substantial positive difference. If you were someone who said yes to three or more, focus on the quality and quantity of your nutrition rather than when you’re eating. Cooking your meals a few days in advance so you have them ready to go when you wake up, or looking into the services of a meal prep company, may be some things that will help.
Alright, so if you said yes to two or less on the quiz, feel healthy, and want to intermittent fast I will break down two strategies.
Find a time you can be consistent when working or not.
Typically the best times to begin eating for this schedule are somewhere between 1p.m.- 5 p.m. In my experience this strategy was the easiest to be consistent with and is the one I used. I would eat around 2:30 p.m. and typically 8:30p.m. every day.
Fast Longer or Shorter the day before schedule flips.
Typically, if you are working night shift a day you are not working will be less stressful than the day you work. Therefore, if you were to extend the fast doing it after being off for a few days would be the way to go. To make this process simple you could ease into it by fasting for a few hours longer the day before you work then a few more the day you go into work. If you are looking to eat at more reasonable hours on your days off ending the fast a few hours early on your first day off will be the easiest option. I will provide an example template below that should be adjusted according to your schedule.
Saturday (Day Off Normal) 1p.m.- 8 p.m. feeding window
Overall, anyone who has worked on night shift knows it presents many challenges. Although intermittent fasting may have some health benefits I would caution night shifters on implementing fasting strategies. For the majority, consistently bringing in a balanced meal of whole foods will be most beneficial. For those working nights who still wish to intermittent fast utilizing the method by eating at the same time everyday may be the way to go.
“Hey, what’s going on? So we have vitamin D-3. Now, most people don’t realize that the vitamin D is one of the most essential properties. It’s not actually a vitamin. It’s actually a precursor to a hormone, right? So, it’s extremely powerful for everything in the immune system. Like it is so powerful. It’s hard to even go into the details because it can be endless, right? This stuff helps kill off viruses. It boosts your immune system. It helps with cancer. This has been proven in studies, right? Colon cancer, et Cetera. We need vitamin D to live, right? If we’re not getting it, then we’re going to have a hard time, we’re going to have low immune system, we’re going to feel unenergetic, we’re not going to feel good. And so what’s the best source of vitamin D?
The Sun… and it always will be, but most people are deficient in Vitamin D. And a lot of times people aren’t spending out as much time as they should out in the sun. And so a vitamin D supplement is very powerful.
So we have vitamin D-3 here. It’s a high potency 2000 IU and that’s typically, some people need more than that daily. So it helped maintain strong bones. A lot of people think calcium is what you need for osteoporosis. It’s actually vitamin D and magnesium and those two will help build your bones along with other minerals. But those are the, the big factors, right? So, this helps certain hormones be produced that help with the overall body and especially the bones. So vitamin D three is very powerful. Um, there were a couple of things that I wanted to go over here from you. It’s fat soluble and stored in the liver and fatty tissue. So that’s why you see like cod liver oil is high in vitamin D. A lot of people had been told that milk is one of the best sources.
That’s like brainwashing that we’ve heard, right? Milk is the best source, Sun is. And then there’s a bunch of other foods that are very good. There’s a difference. This is D-3, there’s D-1one D-2 et cetera. And deficiency symptoms show up usually in people who start to turn like, you know, don’t have the tan color, but you’ll start to feel, um, low feelings, your mood can change. That’s why people have sunlight therapy, right? So depression, again, sicknesses, reoccurring viruses, et Cetera, are linked to vitamin D. Um, so if you’re not getting sun, if you’re using a lot of sunscreen, especially the kind that are chemical, that’s not good. According to research with Vitamin D, deficiency, symptoms can be linked to the following health problems, osteoporosis, heart disease, high blood pressure, cancer, autoimmune diseases. I forgot to mention that. Depression, insomnia, arthritis, diabetes, asthma, multiple sclerosis, psoriasis, fibromyalgia, autism. Right? So it goes on and on and on and on. Um, so vitamin D three is recommended pretty much for everybody to take it daily, right? It’s recommended you go out on a Sun daily, some people can’t, so they get it through vitamin D.”
I had a very NEAT idea for today’s blog. Literally. The topic is Non-Exercise Thermogenesis commonly referred by it’s acronym “NEAT”. If you already have proper nutrition and have been consistently working out, but are still struggling to lose weight or maintain that body composition you worked hard for increasing NEAT may be your solution.
A study in 2007 conducted by Mayo Clinic researchers showed people of the same size could have a variance of 2,000 calories burned per day based off their NEAT. This study also noted NEAT to be pivotal in the regulation of human energy expenditure and body weight regulation.
2,000 calories a day-would require a lot of effort, but even if you increase your NEAT to burn an additional 150 calories a day and kept everything else you currently do the same that is still over 1lb of fat per month.
What is Non-exercise Activity Thermogenesis? To put it simply, NEAT is all the calories your body burns from movements you do without the intent of exercising. A few examples would include walking to your car, the nervous leg shake some of us have, or even blinking. The best way to increase NEAT for most people is by walking. After all, increasing your leg shake or blinking a bunch a times would be too difficult to do and likely would make someone very concerned about you. Also tracking your steps is now easier than ever. Many watches, fitness trackers, and even cell phones now have a pedometer. Increasing your daily steps=increasing your NEAT. So, here are three strategies to get your NEAT up by walking more.
Schedule a daily walk
For the average person a ten minute walk roughly 1,000 steps.
It is important to know the absolute best time to walk everyday is when you will be able to CONSISTENTLY do it. Consistency is by far the most important thing when trying to create any new habit. Take ten minutes and explore with your significant other, children, dog, or take some time to yourself to get mental clarity.
Park farther away
It’s time to stop battling that Toyota in the Publix parking lot for the spot that is nice and close to the front door.
Park in the back of the lot. Don’t limit this to only grocery stores, apply this to everywhere you go (work, your kids school, EarthFIT, etc ….). An additional bonus to using this strategy is your vehicle is also less likely to get a door ding or backed into.
Use the other bathroom
I do not mean the opposite gender’s restroom.
If you have more than one bathroom in your home or where you work use the one further away. Chances are this will also lead you to encounter some stairs. You will be shocked at the additional steps you get in.
In summary, if you are consistent with exercise and proper nutrition, increasing your NEAT will help you lose weight in a way that is not stressful to the body. Other simple ways you can increase your NEAT include, doing yard work, standing more at work, completing daily chores around the house, and playing with your children. For most people, I would recommend starting to increase NEAT through walking as does not require extreme physical or mental exertion, just a little bit of awareness.
All right. Hey everybody, it’s Ian Hart here with Healing Hacks. And I got my buddy here, Steve Young and um, yeah, so welcome Steve. Thank you for being here.
Oh, thank you for having me. Super excited for this amazing chat we’re going to have.
Yeah. And so Steve and I met, I think it, I think it’s roughly about eight, nine years ago we met in a mastermind group kind of people that were on the cutting edge of health and fitness. And uh, so you’ve been in the healing and health industry for about 23 years. And what I’m just hearing, which I guess have you been promoted this, the fact that you’re in, you’re bringing in AI to finding the root cause of the healing for, is this for everybody in general for the population?
Yeah. Yeah. So that’s a big project. We’re working on a lot of stuff, but that’s like the final destination, which is, yeah, we just started curating the team, the company to build the AI, the process of how are going to like what data are we going to feed the AI that essentially will help people figure out what are the imbalances in their bodies that if left imbalance manifests into symptoms that that traditional medicine will label. We’re going to help people identify what those imbalances are and then show them how to reverse them without the need for medications and all that stuff. Yeah,
That is awesome. And that’s a good segue because one of the things I didn’t want to talk to you about, and it’s like always on the top of my list is the, our current medical system and how it’s working and how it’s functioning now. And basically that it’s broken and there’s no fixing it. It’s at some point, this is what I spoke to numerous people about. Then it’s going to collapse here in the next 10-20 years. It will collapse. We don’t know. And right. I mean, what’s your thoughts on that?
Yeah, yeah. So there’s some pretty definitive data on this now. And so, um, I would talk about like the, the medical system is broken in so many ways, right? Like financially it’s 80% of our GDP and at the rate that it’s growing though, that means is every dollar America span, 18 cents goes to healthcare, right? So we spend twice as much as any other country and we’re literally rank last right now we were on 27th last year route, we’re last this year. And so, um, well we also know is that the rate that we’re spending, it will bankrupt America in 14 years. And we know it won’t take 20 years to read mad because by 14 years it will bankrupt America. And of course the companies in the system that is, um, plundering the masses of money, they know they can’t keep plundering because in 14 years have been nothing that to plunder. And so I predict will start to see changes happening in about 10 years. And if you look at data points from Ray Kurzweil, what he believes is going to happen with Nano robots and our bodies by 2029, a lot of these dots do start to connect that the system will have to be revamped really and in the next 10 years. Right. So the interesting thing is whenever we match what we’re trying to do is we’re trying to revamp it to give the power to the people, not to revamp it to give just more power to the big companies. That’s what I see.
That’s why I love, I love connecting with people like you and I love following people like you because I’m all about empowerment, giving the power to the people, the medical community. You know, it had an altruistic beginning obviously, but it’s gotten out of control I believe. And it’s all about taking the power away. Where are you with your thoughts on like all the censoring of, you know, what they call anti vaccine now? Um, like what’s your thoughts on that? Like the censoring of information?
Yeah. Yeah. So, uh, I mean, first of all I’ll say that the entire system is the issue. The people in the system or just great people, like no doctor, you know, I know went to med school, so no doctor goes to medical school and says I’m going to go and poison people, genuinely want to help people. But they’re, you know, unfortunately humans are very easy to brainwash, right? So over and over again, we’re actually getting better at better at brainwashing people because the science and brainwashing is getting better. So the, those that are really in control, control of the flow of information they’re the ones that’s influencing the masses. And that includes, you know, the doctors like doctors don’t know when they prescribe certain drugs that they believe we’re helping. It’s actually harming people. They don’t know that, right? Because the drug rep isn’t buying them lunch and saying, Hey, this actually is going to be more harmful than helpful. So of course they believe they’re doing the best thing. So I know, you know, I don’t want people watching, hearing us thinking that we’re seeing doctors are not helpful. It’s the system, right? Doctors are humans just like us with feelings and they’re amazing people. It’s just a system. And so that in a way transition to the answer of, you know, censoring of information we’ll, sure for the longest time since the dawn of history, you know, the, the really smart and powerful people that they can control information, they can control the masses, right? And so, which is why if you look at most media that we have, the big ones, it’s owned by a handful of companies are like a handful of companies actually control exactly what people think. And so for sure there is all this censoring of all kinds of information forget just vaccines, all kinds of information happening. We’re being told how to think, what to think, and constantly being influenced all the time. You just Kinda know. It’s almost like you just have to acknowledge that we live in a matrix right under this, this spell, and I’m always kind of start to always question everything, even if it’s a given, like questioning for sure.
Right. I saw this meme and it said, the news used to tell us what happened and we decided what to think about it. Now they tell us what to think about it and we have to decide whether it happened or not. I was like, that’s exactly how journalism has like transformed. So this is a good segway into you know, medication. The doctors think that they’re doing a person good when in fact, you know, you’re talking about the AI analyzing any imbalances when the truth is the medication is either blocking something, right or putting them further into imbalance. Correct.
Yeah. So what’s really interesting as we proceed with this project a while ago, which is obviously we can’t claim things and no one could cause the FDA will come and slap us, which is you’ve been labeled with x diagnosis that just will say diabetes right now. Obviously we can’t say it cures diabetes. Right? And so well, what’s awesome about this is it’s the same thing I tell patients all the time, which is keep in mind that the system will label you with this because then they can match a drug to it. Of course, there’s other reasons like it, it puts a structure around the understanding of the thing in a way. However, if we just bypass the label, right? If we just, we’ll take diabetes as an example. Like what is diabetes? Well, it’s where your body becomes less able to process the insulin, which is tried to shuttle what sugar into your cells. Then you go, okay, what causes that blockage? Well, those cells are less sensitive because of some inflammation. What causes the inflammation? Well, either your guts off, your sleeping poorly, your circadian rhythm is off from that. You’re stressed. Uh, it could be from toxins, right?
Environmental toxins in your body. It could be from foods that you’re eating, foods that are healthy, but you need your genetics and your bacteria in your blood. It is actually unhealthy for you. And so we don’t really need to call diabetes. We just find every one of those inbounds as I just listed and resolve them. And guess what? The magical label goes away, right? So we bypass the entire, we don’t have to play the game […] rules. We bypass the label and just see it from an imbalanced perspective. And so yeah, most drugs treats the label, not the imbalances. Right? Like for example, if you, let’s say diabetes, you’re given a blood sugar pill or an injection of insulin, you’re not given. In fact, if you were given a pill that magically help decrease stress, helps you sleep better and decrease inflammation, that actually would be better than a drug that treats the blood sugar. Right. Cause now we’re actually getting to the root things. Right. Well yeah, so I, you know, I’m a huge fan of, I’m obviously not taking medications. I mean there are times where medication is helpful. It’s a bridge in, it buys us time to help you feel better while we resolve the root issues. Then for that short period it has issues but no medication is really helpful. I mean I shouldn’t say no 95% of medication if not helpful for long term use right there when we can find pockets of examples where they may be. But 95% of medications not helpful for most.
Can you give me an example of when meditation wouldn’t be used in a specific situation?
Yup. I cut your arm off right right now and you’re like screaming in pain. Nothing wrong with taking a pain killer right now, so you feel better until mind your arm and sew it back on. Right? Right. And so for trauma, usually it’s the trauma type stuff. Uh, like you have a brain hemorrhage and we do know there are specific drugs. I mean even just breathing hydrogen gas, which is a drug can protect your brain while we buy time to kind of do some other stuff. So it’s a very transient, using a very case specific scenario, Most drugs long term just, you know, it doesn’t work. Most drugs asked you just enables the sickness to grow and perpetuate, If you’re stressed and you’re not eating healthy, you’re not sleeping well and therefore you have high blood pressure, we give you a drug to decrease blood pressure.
So it’s quote unquote managed. But we didn’t do anything to not have you be stressed and help you sleep better. And, and, and so those things are actually still rotting the insides of your body. And next you’re like, “oh, I have some dementia. Oh I have some blood sugar issues,” Right? So if I was […] like, if the blood pressure drug increased blood pressure and we just made the opposite drug, right, it actually increased the symptoms, then the person would stop and go, oh my God, they took a pill, they got worse. Let me figure this out. They actually then we’ll be forced to address the root cause. Right. If you’d like make opposite drugs, like Bizarro Drugs as you would be helpful more so than the drugs.
Yeah. It’s really, when you analyze it, the insanity is just so crazy. Yeah. You’re in the Matrix, you look at society, you’re like hold on a second what happened here you’re taking a drug and it’s basically like moving you further from the truth. Or putting on a mask. Yeah, so can you tell us that obviously the name of the book is healing hacks. And so healing a hack is a, I guess in about 1955 the first time the word was used was MIT and it was used as an unusual way to bypass bypass, like an unusual problem or a problem. I guess now a days we have like biohacking, we have like, any way to get faster solutions. So, would you say there’s any general hacks besides some of the things you just mentioned, which was like, you know, sleeping better right? I mean, something I’m going to get into you with is like hyperbaric oxygen chamber, getting more oxygen, right? What would you kind of say is a base foundation for some people that are just feeling more feel better?
Yeah. Well I’ll use an analogy of like a boat, right? So imagine you, your life is a boat and you’re in this boat and the boat thinking like there’s water coming in, right? And you’re going to stay afloat because if the boat sinks. You’re dead. So, um, and there’s a lot of things that’s wanting the water to come in and in my mind there’s like five main holes that most people will have in a boat. If you look at the research, I’ve read tons of research for 29 years. You’ll find that there’s some patterns right with this. And so the five main hole that are causing the water to come in through illness is sleep, stress, toxins, gut health and food, food choices, right? Those are the big fives there some other small ones, but those are main five. And so, um, whenever you’re trying to heal yourself, whether be through hacks or any other approach, make sure that you are at least addressing the fundamental five first before you, you upgrade. Right? Because a lot of times I’m a huge fan of like always questioned is this getting at the root cause or is it getting at the symptoms? And I’ve kind of wrote this on Facebook before. Some people were take like curcumin for their inflammation instead of Advil, which is great, but I’m like, but you’re still treating the symptoms. What’s causing the inflammation? If you just substitute a natural thing for drug, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s much better, it is healthier. It’s a healthier choice that the approach is you’re still suppressing symptoms only, right? You’re not, you’re never plugging those holes. You’re just dumping out of that water more effectively. And so that’s, that’s the way I look at everything is that, are we plugging holes? and if they’re, most of them are plug, then you can upgrade your ship. Then you can put like a motor on there and maybe you can put some sales. Like you could make the ship go faster. A lot of the proponents of hacking out there, they’re definitely really, really focused on making the ship pretty and going faster. But yet the holes are still there, right? So as you’re approaching your health, you want to discern, have I plugged those holes as best as possible before I make my ship in my boat, you know, fancier, all that stuff.
That’s great advice. So essentially we’re talking about the foundation of like life principles essentially. And once you’ve got those in place, then you can start to stack everything on top.
Exactly right. And so hyperbaric chamber, to answer that question, it’s amazing. Um, obviously getting good oxygen under higher pressure, saturating your cells with oxygen and other gases, like hydrogen and all that stuff. It’s incredible. However, it is still mostly treating the symptoms of something, right? It’s an enhancement because if you’re, I don’t know… the way you’re perceiving theworld, the world is bringing about a heightened stress state and that’s one of the biggest holes in it is for a lot of people. Then spending the way I look at it is say, spending an hour, let’s say on meditation or maybe with the ruling good. Um, we’ll call it psych experts would be better than a hyperbaric chamber. Right. Cause that’s plugging one of the five main holes. You’re meditating and you have like clarity in life in it and those holes are plugged for sure. And you’re like, you’re working out hard and you want to like slow down aging and recover faster. At that point you want to make your, your ship awesome. Then for sure a hyperbaric.
Gotcha. Now how familiar are you with you with the whole stem cell thing now?
Huge. Yeah so we’ve had tons of Asians that for example, we had a patient that was told by three surgeons, you have to get a knee replacement because you’re bone won’t grow. And she was, she was like, you know, 8 out of 10 pain could barely walk. So I, I mean in my mind I believe we can already, skip most joint replacement surgeries. And so we, we followed the protocol and we didn’t even do like the full protocol. This is like the, the watered down protocol. We pulsed her knee with some PEMF Pulsed Electromagnetic Field and, she had stem cell injections and that we pulsed again for six more weeks and then she was running on the beach eight weeks later. And this is, so this is a year, year and a half ago. You know, her daughter came in recently, she’s like, Yup, mom still doing fine. So it hasn’t like regressed or anything. And so literally bypassed knee replacement surgery, no problems.
So is this her own, is this her own stem cells?
No. So there’s many sources of stem cells. She opted for, I believe, the one that she got in North Jersey, I mean New Jersey was from like an external source. So there’s, you can get external source, you can get it from your fat or you can get it from your bone marrow. And they all have their differences. But yeah, stem cells, it’s the future now
yeah, I mean I’ve heard a lot about it. I’ve thought about doing it for some, like some of the challenges that I had with like autoimmunity and stuff like that. I know they have like embryonic stem cells. Can you just explain the difference between the bone marrow from the fat or embryonic. Is there like certain modality that it would be better for?
Yes. Um, but now we’re going to get a little too nitty gritty. Yeah. So forth on what you’re trying to regenerate of course the material does matter. We’re also starting to understand like, so that protocol was that she did for that knee was a year and a half ago already. There’s like, if that was today, I actually would have even much better protocol. Right? So we know, for example, if you’re trying to inject stem cells into the joint, but the joints inflamed the type of cartilage, it doesn’t matter what type of stem cells you’re checking in there from where the, the stem cells were turn into the wrong type of cartilage. You’re going to want to do whatever you can, like massive amounts of curcumin, any kind of physiological things that you can do to shut the inflammation down pulsed, put light into it, all that stuff. And then you actually would want to get into a hyperbaric chamber for a couple of sessions before you extract the stem cells out, because the studies show that makes the stem cells much better, and then you inject it back in. So literally science is progressing so fast, we can now follow their protocol. The stems cell objection will work hundreds of percent better, not not 10 20% better, but hundreds…
Wow. Just in a year and a half.?
That’s pretty crazy… Yeah… I’ve heard you talk about using PEMF in combination with hyperbaric oxygen chamber, so those who have no pulsed electromagnetic frequency actually that one right there, this is a Biocharger. That’s one of the things that I’ve used. But if you can tell a little bit about the science of why using them in combination like increases uptake of nutrients or just enhances life in general or…
Yeah, so I mean the PEMF alone has amazing healing properties, but one of the things that it does is it increases the fancy scientific word is tissue permeability by 40% and basically what that means is if your cells were water balloons, right? So inside the water’s all your DNA and all the different stuff. Um, it basically allows stuff to flow through the rubber of the water balloon 40% better, right? So for example, if you’re, if you’re trying to detox, it will allow toxins to exit yourself 40% better. But if you’re trying to get more nutrients into the cell, it will […] 40% better. Whereas that’s a super simple way to look at as the PEMF really enhances any other modality where you’re trying to get that energy or that substance into your cells because it increases that ability by 40%. But then aside from that, you know, if you want to get a little bit more technical, so for example, for tendons and ligaments, I mean, they know that the PEMF essentially all the way down to the genetic level and knows what gene in effects and genes are like machines. When you turn on that machine, it makes a protein basically. And so they know exactly what machines the PEMF turns on both of the tendons and ligaments. And then so if that machine think of it as um, it needs input, it needs energy, right? To make the proteins, well give it energy and you can turn that machine on, it would make more of those proteins. And so now this is beyond tissue permeability. This is, if you can stack right, like oxygen or light energy, any things that’s giving the cell more energy, it will produce more of the good stuff that the PEMF is stimulating. Right. So for sure, there’s so many ways that they stack roll together synergistically.
Awesome. Have you ever actually heard about biocharger? Are you familiar with that? Yeah. I just interviewed the creator of that. I mean, some of the stuff I didn’t even know, but he’s, he’s creating a, when the machine is on it and it hits the frequencies, it actually plays music. It’s CD quality. So when you sit around and a, I also found out that he works with Nikola Tesla’s mentor. And actually created this thing. So yeah, it’s something I’ve been playing around which was pretty awesome. Are you familiar with the Wim Hof method? Have you ever tested that out?
Yeah, I personally don’t. I mean obviously in our circles, a ton of people have gone through the training and the certification and so, yeah, I don’t, I mean I understand the premise and remember years ago he was on a show where they basically attach all kinds of sensors to him and submerged him in ice water and looked at his physiology and all that stuff. So, um, while I understand physiologically what’s happening, how he’s controlling the nervous system, I have never gone through the courses or the certification. So…
Yeah. So I mean, I guess you don’t have to have actually done it. But I guess my question with that is because in my experimentation, sometimes I’m like is the Wim Hof method more powerful than hyperbaric oxygen chamber because the feeling that I feel sometimes it’s like, wow, I get more out of it. So I don’t know if you have any insight on that based on your information. Like what can possibly be happening in that scenario that would maybe enhance it? and which by the way, I’ve tested out doing the Wim Hof method in the hyperbaric oxygen chamber and then it directly after as well. I did all these crazy tests. But do you have any thoughts or insight on that?
Yeah, I mean better is, um, a little too subjective for me to answer, right? Because you know, obviously from a accessibility perspective, infinitely you can do it anytime that you want. Right. And then from a, we’ll call it general health perspective, I would say it’s better because you can do it anytime. At some point you could have the most amazing thing, but if he can only do what’s so often or if it’s cost prohibitive to do it for the rest of your life, then looking for cheaper thing you meant if it’s only 80% as good as that thing is technically better. Right. Cause you can do that all the time from that perspective. And then, you know, for specific conditions, right? Like, I’m too much of a scientist; I kind of need to know, like all the data, like I’m this old, I have this condition, this is what’s happening in my blood. That may be better or not. But globally I would say when Wim Hof is better, just just from up surely assessability perspective, you can do it anytime that you want. Right? Like you don’t have to travel and go there and we know so many people that have to like, we’re like this is the best thing for you, but they don’t adapt that thing, then the best thing for you means nothing because they’re not doing it.
Right. I’m glad you brought that up for two reasons because I got into it because it’s like the lowest hanging fruit and part of healing hacks is going to be the two combos. Like, okay, if I’m good and I want the highest, like all the bells and whistles, here is this option, which I put in hyperbaric oxygen chamber, that you don’t have the money you don’t have at a time and the energy Wim Hoff method. So you kind of answered that question and it was perfect the way you phrased it. Um, so, and, and I asked that question, which obviously there’s no way at this time to really scientifically know what’s happening, what’s going on.
It is possible to measure no one has done yet, for sure you could hook up all kinds of sensors. EEGs, HRV, all kinds of stuff that measure. But yeah, as far as I know, there’s no, and I’m sure eventually they probably will do a study comparing the two, you know, but currently doesn’t exist.
Yeah, I think they, they will. And they’re doing, they’re doing more and more studies on Wim. I know that for sure. Cool. Well, um, so in that being that there’s the lowest hanging fruit and then there’s kind of like bells and whistle, do you have any, any suggestions on, besides what you already said, which I think the lowest hanging fruit would be what you already recommended, right? So like you increasing your sleep, checking your gut and maybe maybe suggestions on tests that people are getting done. I know you’re big on like analyzing the tests in seeing what’s going on inside the body, so maybe that’s a good place to start.
Yeah, I mean there are, there’s so many tests that you could run. I mean if the question like, um, maybe like what would be some of the first test because I mean, we use all kinds of testing.
That’s perfect. Yeah. What are some of the first tests?
Spectracell sure. So spectracells are test that we’ll look at a six month average of all the vitamins and minerals and antioxidants in your body, right? So it’s almost like if every hormone and chemical in your body is like a recipe, you know, you have like chicken soup, lasagna, you know, club sandwich, this test, we’ll look at how much lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, and stuff that you have. Right? And so pretty important. And so, um, was people don’t realize if you go to your doctor and you get your physical and that’s it, they look at your vitamin D, and […]. They looked at whatever they want to measure, vitamins, um, that is just what’s floating in the liquid of your blood the moment they drew your blood and they’re now looking atpeople. It’s like, you know, imagine if you wanted to find out like someone’s finances, the traditional tests will look at how much money’s in your pocket. You might want to look at like six months of bank statements to get a better idea. It’s just like how much do you have in your pocket right now. And so yeah, so the spectracell would be amazing because a lot of issues actually just come from nutrient deficiencies or someone you know, low testosterone. Well maybe cause you will lack the minerals that are needed to convert things into testosterone. Traditional medicine, we’ll measure the end result, which little testosterone and of course they’ll put you on testosterone for the rest of your life. We can already look at, well what were the things that needed to make that recipe? Are you deficient in any of those ingredients? And then we can look at, okay, replenish those ingredients and also believe it will take vitamins and minerals. They don’t know if it’s doing anything because they may not need those things. Right? They’re not measuring, there’s no pre data. Most people take it because they read somewhere that it’s helpful. Blood test is a great test to start with. And then after that, I would definitely say […], so which is food sensitivity, right? So which foods makes you inflamed. Just those two alone would be tremendously helpful. We can all really does a test to see if your gut is leaky and inflamed. We can skip it because we can pretty much assume almost everyone’s gut is inflamed and leaky we’ve tested so far for amount of roundup in their body. We had anyone not have a good amount of roundup in the body, which then wrecks your gut basically.”
Wow. Is that serious?
Yeah, we, we, we’ve never seen any results that didn’t have a good amount in the body itself. That is mind blowing. It doesn’t matter if they eat organic or not organic, it doesn’t matter. Yeah.
Wow… Okay. That’s pretty crazy. Now I know heavy metals is a big thing. I was going to get into toxins, which glyphosate is just I guess destroying everybody whether they like it or not. And so for example, you hear a lot of people say, you know, you’re an analysis for certain heavy metals. But you know someone might get a urinalysis and see, oh, you have no mercury in your urine, but that’s actually a bad thing. Or it could be a bad thing. Right? For example, if you’re not processing, how can mercury, so do you have, um, you know, if someone wants to get a heavy metal test, do you have suggestions for how they do that?
“Yeah, so, it’s like toxins test in a way, so the heavy metals, most of that stuff is inside yourself, right? And so when you pee, and collect the pee and test it and whatever metals that they find, it’s not really a true indicator of what’s really in your body. Well, ideally you want to take something that chelates, it’s almost like you want to take something that squeezes yourself to get the metals out of yourself into your body to make it into the pee and then measure how much that is. And mostly, we don’t realize this. So if you just like to take a test where you just pee, it’s not a true indicator. You actually have to like pee take a chelator pee again, and that’s going to give you the true data of how much heavy metals in your body… Yeah. And so…”
Okay. Well maybe in combination with that or something.
“Yeah. Hair samples are a screening tool. It can’t definitively tell you exactly what’s happening inside your body. There’s no hair test that’s that accurate, but it’s a good cleaning tool. We can kind of guess, for example, if the hair shows some heavy metals, we would then of course then do that test. That’s a lot more definitive in general. I was, you know, if you ever go to a practitioner that only uses hair to discern what’s happening, that just tells me that that practitioner, probably could benefit from more education on how to find the deeper data.”
Got It… that was kind of my point of bringing up the questions that you hear a lot of people getting these tests, but it’s not necessarily, it’s like a witch hunt. Right. You never know.
Yeah. Right. You never know. Yeah. Whereas if, you know, this is the, the drawback right now is, so the benefit is we can test for over 4,000 things in your body right now. No guesswork. We can figure everything out. Like every imbalance we can discover. There’s never, we’re not in a time in the history with, with science, we’re like, we don’t know what’s happening to you. We know everything. Well for one. If we were to collect all 4,000 samples, that probably would cost, I dunno, $15,000 at least just for that. Forget the analysis of the 4,000 data points. So I know, but we test entrepreneurs, we’re testing about 2000 maybe 2,500 in that range. And that already cost us just paying the labs almost 4,000 plus dollars. Right. That prices out of the range of the average masses. So one of the reasons why we’re building the AIs, I believe eventually we won’t need to do the testing because the AI would figure out correlations and bypass expensive tests. That’s the book. Yeah. Yeah. And so we’re already starting to see elements of this. We just tested a bunch of people in an area in the US and everyone had high amounts of a gasoline additive, like off the charts high amounts. Yeah. And so we know based on that data, if you live in an area we don’t need to test you, we can pretty much assume you have this, uh, gasoline additive in your body.
Are you able to tell what area it is?
Yeah. Baltimore DC area.
Wow. Okay. Good to know. Cause I actually, my wife’s family’s from there.
Yeah. So everyone we tested like it’s by percent how ranking everyone was above 95%. Like highest amounts in the US space.
Is that because in the water…?
Yeah, a little bit. Digger deeping it’s in the pipes.
Wow. Okay. Crazy. So I guess on that note, you talked a little bit about chelators. For those that don’t know, that’s something that helps bind the toxins and process it out. So, what are your recommendations? I know there’s a ton of chelatorsand I know that if people use the wrong chelators, you can actually do some serious damage. Maybe a little bit on that. Like what a process of how to do that or what would be the best way to go about doing that?
Chelationis very tricky.
It’s like an art.
Yes. This is where I don’t recommend like, let me just sell chelate. And so, yeah, this is the one you’re like detoxing all of this stuff. Like, you know, we’d like go follow this program, do it yourself, no problems when it comes to heavy metals and chelation like you, you need, you need someone very experienced, in proper heavy metal detoxification process or else it can be very dangerous. And so this is the one time actually talk about drugs. So, the best chelators are prescription meds. So it’s a one time you, you’re going to want to use a prescription medication and it’s a great example like, you don’t take it forever, right? You take it for a very short duration for a very specific purpose and then you retest for sure.
Yeah. There’s, there’s a bunch of I’m just thinking, I’d rather not just from a liability perspective because I don’t want people to try to get this stuff and do it themselves. It literally like, I can’t stress the importance enough. Like you need someone to carefully manage this process.”
Well just in speaking with you, I mean I probably could refer, I don’t even know five or six people off the top of my head, to you. Is this something that you do from remotely? Is it something that you can just send them the tests and then you send them the results and go over everything?
Yeah, everything that we do can be done remotely. So I was just in Baltimore this past week. I was in San Diego two weeks ago. The data collection process, we prefer people to be on site, right? So mainly because we’re collecting so much data, um, you know, a year before this we used to send the kids to, you know, for sure you can go take the blood in the stool and the poopand the saliva and all those samples yourself. But what we found was that, especially with the population that we work with right now, which is entrepreneurs, they’re busy. And so literally like three months later were like, hey, we haven’t seen the results. And they’re like, hey, because I’m staring at it on my kitchen table… Right? And so because if you think about it, unless you’re, you know, we’re, we’re so practice that putting out fires and withoptimizing your health, there’s no direct fire. It’s not like I have cancer. Like people have cancer though. They’ll get those tests done. Like tomorrow. There’s no big fire. It, it tends to be, you know, put off. And so now we basically recommend people at least doing the data collection. They ended up come on site. We can collect all the data and just, you know, we can collect some very interesting data these days. We can collect obviously, physiological data, right? Everything chemically about you. You know, those machines that we can measure, theenergetic, vibrational meridian imbalances… Huge. Uh, obviously we can assess mechanical datawe’ve been taking and of course, psychological data and all that starts to paint a very clear picture about the human and we can almost predict, you know, what’s going to happen in the future with that data.
Wow. Because of the gene expression?
Wow. Because of the gene expressions? Everything, our gene expression, the stories that you have, energy imbalances, the chemical imbalances of course the…
You were from Jersey, right?
Yeah. But we know we are doing these healing houses, you know, will be in Ojaiactually Monday and we’ll probably be in Miami, Austin and Toronto or the next ones. That’s, you know, people basically like, please come to my town and so right now that’s the, that’s what we’re doing. So we’re making house calls basically. Right. So we show up, we’d bring all of our equipment and technologies and we turn airbnb into a super high end clinic and then we test and measure everything.
No Way. Yeah. I mean, I, in the last few times I saw you, I was like, alright, I gotta go do that. So yeah. I’m going to jump on that some point here. Maybe Miami or something like that… Cool. Is there anything that you see in the general population that people can do right now just to enhance their, their health? Like one quick fix?
Sure. Yeah. Some of the easiest ones, like blue light blocking glasses at night, right? Like I dunno, $15 on the Amazon game changer for most people, right? Because blue lights screentime you know, it wrecks your, even though you’re, you might be like, but I sleep well. Well, when we have the, our clients wear the ouraring, which tracks your sleep quality, we find thatdeepsleep is adversely affected from all the blue light screen time, right? So blue blocking glasses, that’s super easy. And that’s, I’m not a huge fan of like, it’s a set it and forget it. You look at like sticking on your head and you’re good. Right? So that’s one. Some other, I’m a huge fan of like wiggle your fingers 100 times a few times a day. Count like one, two…
I like that…
Yeah, because we are… Our brains like… all the time, like later or tomorrow, I get the grocery shopping, I got to do this. This is a mindfulness practice based, right? Super simple. Because when that were most people saying, hey, meditate to say to someone, that is all over the place, never meditated to meditate. It’s like just go slam dunk, right? Because they’re judging, they’re like, I can’t shut off my mind is constantly racing and all that stuff. And so I usually start off, you know, recommend with like just a mindfulness practice of wiggling your finger a hundred times and after and after just, you know, set a goal for like one time a day for the first week if you get to it that’s like a bonus. And so after a few months of that, then you can go into like guided meditation, right? Cause with enough mindfulness practice, at least now you can not have your mind wander so much with someone talking to you for 15 minutes for a few months. And then after that then you can do traditional meditation and kind of ease your way. That is life saving for most people. Just that practice. And it’s free like the app to all that. I mean, well the app might cost a dollar, right? And so other than that it’s, it’s pretty free. So that’s another one. Um, I mean those, just, those two of them is…
The oura ring is pretty cool too. I mean like my sister has one and I’d been meaning to get one, but we went to Peru and I’m all natural light plus no Wifi, none of that… you’ve got the natural frequencies. The first night she had it, she’s like, I had the best sleep that I ever had onoura ring. I figured she’s had it for quite some time and that’s just, uh, you know, just an indicator of what you’re saying, like lighting and sleep patternsare super important. Super Powerful.
Yeah. And that directly affects the one of those five holes. It’s one of the five that causes. It’s one of the root causes of so many different illnesses. So, yeah, and that’s, you know, just super simple stuff that you can do.
I had a quick question on that. So I went down to Peru and ayahuasca for healing purposes and now one of the big things that they’re studying now are psychedelics for trauma addiction, etcetera. And another thing that’s come out a lot in the last couple years are shrooms, likepsilocybin but also just in general mushrooms. Is this something that you’re familiar with and the modality of healing?
Sure. Yeah. So, from a research perspective, from, it’s very interesting that you’re asking me this just because, I mean, I don’t care about these days, right? So I for sure have done all kinds of different plant medicines for a long time since I was young. And uh, literally I was just in Vegas andit’s funny how the universe works, so someone’s say Hey, can I crash in room? I was like, sure, you can crash on the couch. And he bought his friend and his friend Jack is actually the world’s foremost expert in studying brain activity in response to psychedelics.
The world expert, right? Yeah. Fascinating conversations. And yeah, I mean the research on it is incredible. I mean, there’s research showing next brain cells, they can actually, now, newer ones are showing that it can grow new brain cells and there’s research showing like two doses of psilocybin can basically get rid of depression, get rid of heroin addiction over and over again. There’s tons and tons of research on how these plant medicines, which is obviously in other countries, completely legal, but just in this country, it is illegal. Um, and so yeah, I, I’m personally a huge fan of using it with the sacred intention of healing, obviously, not just for like, Hey, I want to have fun and party. Right…
So, the intention behind it and I think for healing since we’re talking about healing intention is probably one of the most powerful things when it comes to healing, right?
Yeah. Yeah. Because you’re literally, so in the Western world, we would, we would break it down to the psilocybin from the mushrooms, right? And so, in Iowasca in San Pedro and some of the other ones or peyote, it’s like the mescaline and, and plus other stuff. So we see it from a frame of reality of identifying the chemical, but other cultures, it’s literally alive. It’s like a spirit that you’re working with, not just some innate like chemical equation that you’re working with, it’s literallythis spirit, which has its own intentions and intelligence, and you’re boozing dancing with this spirit inside you. So for sure you want to go into a very high reverence in intentioned and all that…
Clear intention yeah… And we’re running out of time here. Cause I know, I know you’re a busy guy. And, the last thing I kind of want to talk about was you talked about stories and the story that people are telling themselves. For example, I had a lady in here and she’s like, my blood pressure’s high and can you check my blood pressure. And she said, yeah, I’m just fighting this shoulder neck issue. And I was like, well, how about you stop fighting? She was like Uh, and she’s just like hit her. And so I went through that process with her so if you can just explain the power of the story and what the story is doing for people.
Sure, yeah. Our stories governs our reality. Right. And so, you know, let me see. Yeah. So the, the science of our reality is this, right? So the paper, so right now, our brain can only process about 3% of reality. Right. And so, and so the analogy I usually give is like reality would be like looking through this piece of paper just the hole. And so it’s like where’s the hole? And that dictates what you see. Our stories basically dictates that hole. And maybe through lots and lots of meditation you can make that hole bigger. That’s a whole different topic. Now we’ll talk about you’re just changing what you see through that whole, it’s, it’s basically the lens of reality. And for sure the story that we tell ourselves, I’m subconsciously, they pitch our lives, right? And so many times people, um, there’s a mismatch between their conscious wants and desires versus their subconscious wants and desires. And in analyzing your stories and of course through a process of meditation, you start to bring awareness to what do you consciously, one of which is what you subconscious… And so a great example of what you just said, which is very common. I fight, right? So people’s language patterns. So if the, if the stories dictates where the hole is, the language that we use tints that whole like if yellow, it’s blue, though ourlanguage patterns then are the lower level stories starts to influence, gives flavor or changes the color of what we see. And so for that person that she says fights, if you were to ask that person, and I’ve done this before, which is like, who are you if there’s nothing to fight, right? And so because they identify themselves as a fighter because to them maybe when they were young they kept overcoming challenges because there were a lot of challenges. And so they adopted a story that says, look, I’m a father and that brings me significance and self worth. Or maybe when they overcame stuff, maybe all it took was a few of these, which is something from one of their parents saying, wow, I love how you fought through that right now they’re like, oh my parents loved me because I’m a fighter. Who knows what that story is. And so what ends up happening is as they become adults, they don’t want to fight anymore. Right? Consciously, they want life to be easy but unconsciously. They’re like, no, no. My identity, my love come from my parents and other people in my significance comes from fighting. And so they will create situations where they will always constantly be fighting because that’s what the subconscious wants, just a concrete example of how stories, for sure it governs our lives in every which way.
Yeah. It’s powerful stuff when people really delve into like what are their stories and what are the risks because it’s like, like you said, the hole, it’s like a view. That can turn on gene expressions as well. Bruce Lipton talked about epigenetics and how your beliefs change your biology. So yeah. Awesome. Is there anything that you’d like to add in terms of like healing hacks or things that you’ve seen that would be helpful for somebody?
Yeah, and a little bit we touched on which is, you know, in the self help world, because the language is so powerful in its self help world, they call it limiting beliefs. What are your limiting beliefs? And what’s interesting is then you say to yourself like, why my self limiting myself? Right? So I, I tend to look at as outdated beliefs, right? Because when you were young and maybe one of your parents said, wow, you’re such a fighter and you go, I’m a fighter, therefore my mom loves me. That was a great belief in that moment, right? It’s just outdated 30 years later. It’s just an outdated belief. And so having a subtle change from limiting too outdated is actually in itself. Very powerful. Right? So I’m just being very choosy to select the words that self nurtures in self loves because the mass market, when they’re trying to sell you this stuff, they’re basically seemed like you’re broken and some of that language will be imparted that you are broken. But I’m like, no, maybe you’re not. And so yeah, my high level would be choose the stories. And of course the language that is more of a self love, self nurturing language versus self fixing, right language, right. And so because again, if I were to try to… I mean most people are trying to sell you both, whatever it will say “you need to fix it”, right? And so in other words, subconsciously that coin, like everything has two sides. If I have the fixed, it means you are broken… Just like good, bad, positive, negative, right, wrong or everything has its hilarity. And so just be careful of do you even want to pick up that coin? Be careful which coin you pick up. That’s huge, right? So don’t play to the game. Everyone picks up the coin, be positive it is all over Facebook. Be Positive and conscious,they told you your negative, right? Because if you’re already positive you wouldn’t be like be positive. So because you picked up the positive, negative point. My, my suggestion for most people is be careful which coin you pick up with your language and thoughts.
Yeah, that’s so conscious. Conscious language.
Yeah. Conscious language. And, and know that always just ask yourself whatever word you use, what’s the opposite of that word? Because that comes along with that word, right? So in theShafa theycall it the shadow side, everything has its, it’s opposites, right? That’s how the universe works at a certain level. So high level would be that. yeah, tactical stuff we kind of talked about for hacks, like the blue light blocking glasses and mindfulness practice. Simple things like hug, hug a human or like, you know, I forgot to mention that like hug a human, go to your right instead of your life. If you notice, usually when you hug people, you go to your left. Yep. Right? is heart to heart hug to your right, hold it for 20 seconds and get some oxytocin. It actually appealing calls this fat loss. Amazing. And it’s widely available unless you live in a cave by yourself. Um, and those would be some simple, simple, tactical things. Yeah.
Awesome. Well this has been amazing. This is probably the best interview just in terms of like practical information and real just solid advice. And so again, I want to thank you tremendously. And I think my current client list, we appreciate this. You got such a long history in the game and then I know the people that you’ve worked with have gotten powerful results. And I’m going to, I’m going to come do these tests and I need to. So, cool. Well, I really appreciate it. I’m going to be sending this to you as soon as I uploaded…
All right. So we are live and, uh, this is Ian Hart with the healing hacks and I’m here with Jim Girard and Jim Girard is the creator of the Biocharger NG and the Biocharger NG is a bio hacking tool. It’s something that I use and healing hacks is about biohacking, essentially. It’s about… Basically sparking the healing process. And so, Jim has an extensive background. I mean, Jim, I’m going to let you share, but one of the things I thought was amazing about you is that you worked with Orville Fitz and he was a protege of Tesla. And Tesla for me is an amazing figure and one of the quotes that I always repeat over and over again is if you want to know the secrets of the universe, think in terms of frequency, energy, and vibration. And that’s really what we’re kind of talking about here with the biocharger. And so if you could just share quickly about how you ended up coming up with the bio charger cause it’s pretty amazing tool.
So, my history began around 1986, when I was slightly younger than that, I started developing alopecia hair falling out and large spots and, trying to understand what the heck was going on. It’s cleaned up my diet. And, I had landscaping cup needed, I was doing while I was going to college and it was exposed to some pesticide, so I think okay. I’m gonna go do organic fertilizers. And so I went to an organic farm convention and, learned about subtle energies, which, you know, something I’d never really knew much about. You know, my background was, you know, building things and mathematics and, never really thought much about electricity or anything else like that. And started to learn a little bit about biofeedback. And, while is it this convention, we had a really interesting guy who was basically mentor towards to me and guided me with, you know, meeting, meeting interesting people along my path and the Orville Fitz, which was, worked with Tesla later on and Tesla’s life.
And when this guy was pretty young and, saw a lot of really interesting things. He had a lot of books and stuff that I was able to read and came back and just started building Tesla coils. You know, I had this passionate about Tesla and his work and started build all sites of Tesla coils. I built, you know, Tesla coils, four feet diameter, eight feet tall, that regenerating 15, 20 foot lightning discharges to… Coils, pancake coils, experimenting with different lights, spark gap designed and pulse intospark gap and came across LachowskiWork and Rife’s work and became interested in, you know, applying it towards, you know, what I learned about Rife and Lachowski and their work was, uh, you know, the folklores is stories of success and treating all sorts of different things. So I that let’s try building some of these devices and started experimenting and had friends coming over, checking it out, you know, see what it was all about. The, you know, pretty soon I was coaxed into manufacturer, but there’s always still expanding, and learning. Came across Rife’s work and started building his device, which is more using a shortwave radio instead of Lachowskiwork was using a carrier wave use at a Tesla coil utilizing shortwave radio.”
Now I have a question about Rife because I’ve heard a lot of people say that his original work or his work has yet to be reproduced or they couldn’t really figure out how he was doing it and some of his work was destroyed. And, is that true or have people been able to…
So I see two different types of Rife machines, so there was what the giant John Cranes work.
Actually, let me, let me, um, for the listeners real quick, royal rife created a machine, which you can go into more details. So for people who are listening and he was curing, could you say like almost every disease is that?
Well, he, there was an article in the San Diego paper that was with a bunch of scientists and doctors and royal Rife. So you’d said that they had to cure for cancer and they supposedly did 16 for 16 or 12 for 12 cancer cure… and used it. And there was a lot of subsequent work where there were other doctors and surgeons that were using it. And then he read about the persecution prosecution that went happened so it was more of just a mere curiosity is, is uh, is it the passing, the BS test, which has built the stuff and let’s just see what happens. So, right. Well, I look at it, what Rife was actually doing was he utilized the shortwave radio that he did pulse width modulation, and several of the things that they were able to do with the pulse width modulation was an okay, hold on.
Maybe that’s Mike trying to log on.
No, it wasn’t Mike. It was a my business partner. But the, the pulse width modulation, with rife, what happens is, what’s really unique about it is it generates different sets of harmonics and frequencies. Okay. So if when I look at it, technically speaking and most people really consider Rife, there’s like a targeted thing where he just generates a particular frequency to target a particular pathogen. But reality, what he was doing is he generated a wide spectrum of frequencies… very similar spectrum of frequencies is what you would see with the multi wave oscillator. But unlike the multiple, a multiple wave oscillator, utilize it, a spark gap design, it only generated one set of harmonics are frequencies. The beauty of rife when he found out is as you change the pulse width modulation, you generate unique sets of harmonics and frequencies and if look at rife’s work as it develops. So there were three versions of rife that were made. So, um, there was the original version where he just pulsed it, it, uh, a particular frequency degenerated that set of harmonics and frequencies for a short period of time that if he did narrow sweeps around particular frequencies, you generate clumps of harmonics and frequencies that are over a very narrow spectrum. So you’re just really just creating like these clusters of frequencies throughout the spectrum when you just slightly changed it and it was a fuller version. What’s that?
Now? Can we, for the listeners who I’ve always found that when I speak in terms of frequency to people, they have a hard time understanding it. And so can we backtrack a little bit and just explain to them, like when we’re talking about frequency, for example, with the bio charger you have something that targets the liver and that the cells of the liver, they are vibrating at a specific frequency. Is that correct? Would you say something like that?
Yeah, so there are, so there are, if you look at things on a cellular level, I actually, if you look at everything in life, I mean, you look at our bodies are our heart heart’s electrical or braids, electrical our nervous, was the electrical, chemistries, electrical, it’s electrons and orbit charge. And if you even look at, cells at a cellular level, there’s frequencies as voltage. There’s capacitance of reactants. So it’s actually related. So that study that we started to talk about earlier, I think it was before the conversation they ever investigated. Okay, how do we calculate frequency to cell?
And this was at the Jesuit University, the one that they did the $65 million towards?
Yes. So they would go to $65 million study. They were investigating the effects of frequencies and voltage on cells. So what they determined is the look at the RNA DNA. It’s like this helix coil. It’s coil has a specific wavelength. So if you actually measured the distance, the diameter across the cell, there’s a correspondent wavelight that’s associated with it. That’s the frequency you’re trying to work with or a harmonic they’re up. So the idea that what Rife was doing what Lachowski was dealing with there, frequencies and harmonics generation is they’re generating a wide spectrum of frequencies and harmonics that cover from AM FM shortwave, long wave UHF VHF for those who remember the LTV stuff, microwave millimeter 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G all the way up through visible light. We’re generating this wide spectrum of frequencies and they’re literally quadrillions of frequencies from zero to visible light with the electronics. So what, so one of the things that happens in nature is you get these wide spectrums of frequencies and harmonics and we can measure with spectrum analysis, that’s caused from all the solar systems, galaxies, planets to somewhat are exploding and mixing, and spinning and they’re generating this white background noise that cover this entire spectrum generating quadrillions of frequency simultaneously. We also have literally hundreds of lightning discharges that happen every second or up to a hundred lightning discharges every second that rang the upper atmosphere. And these harmonics and frequencies cover again, this whole spectrum of frequencies.
So are those things affecting us on a personal level? Like when you talk about that, uh, like say there’s it, there’s tons of lightning going on. We’re being affected by this frequency. Correct.
That is an essential part of life. Without that we are, we are dead. If he actually shield yourself from that, you are dead. So I think one of the things that are modern lifestyle, we’re prevented, you know, worry indoors. We’re in buildings that have cement, have rubber, they had rounded shielded faraday cage, it prevents from it, and they’re an essential part that trigger those frequencies that we’re talking about. Those spectrums of frequencies and as Tesla would say that we’re, we’re related cellularly as frequencies and frequencies and harmonics it spans this whole spectrum.
Yeah, and that we’re being exposed to the new lighting that they have. Yeah. Okay.
Yeah, so the, one of the other things that the biocharger does also, so you generate those with the lights that you see. So we’re generating liked it. What you would see in nature, not the, not for the sunlight, but the light class. What you see in the blue, the sky is related to all these different gases in the atmosphere there being excited by solar radiation. It releases photons of light. When you mix all the colors, gases together, you’ll see blue. But what we see in a biocharger all of the different gases separately. They produce different spectrums of frequencies as it relates to the type of gas that you would have. So it chemistry, you burned a flame and you could see the gas spectrometry of the different gases emitting, right. That may determine frequencies and that does full light that they’re looking at or you can excite it by a voltage and it excites two fluorescent and releases photons of light it, you know, quadrillion times a second or over a quadrillions…
And that’s essentially what those little tubes in the end, the biocharger are releasing and your body is taking in that frequency.
Yeah, it’s absorbing, it’s produced the body. It’d be biocharger is producing those spectrums of frequencies that you would see in the visible light spectrum as it relates to different gasses being excited to excitation from cosmic rays to solar radiation.
So is it fair to say
…that’s all part of life?
Is it fair to say that it would be more beneficial to have the least amount of clothing on or the clothing wouldn’t matter so much. Like, say if you had something that has like 2% silver in it, like some of the Lululemon shirts or something like that, is that going to block some of that frequency?
Well as long as it’s not grounded or anything? I don’t think that that’s really a problem. There might be where you know, arc a little bit if you actually threaded aluminum and you were up really close to something like that. But if you’re talking about those shirts and some people wear for blocking solar radiation from cell phones. Yeah, I mean I have a completely different take that’s probably different than probably 99% of your audience. But yeah. So back to the story that we’re talking about, the spectrum of life and frequencies that cover AM FM shortwave, long wave UHF, VHF ultimate frequencies are an essential part of life. There are people that talk about, okay, cell phones, you know those frequencies that are emitted from a cell phone are bad, Well, when you really look at it, nature’s producing those particular frequencies, it’s producing 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G…
Yeah and also when you look at the actual studies behind it. So if you look at what the World Health Organization had to say about it, they said absolutely, there is no history and danger using cell phones in health, same thing with uh, they, they investigated a whole bunch of different things including go back to AM/FM radio and stuff.
Well wasn’t there I believe that I saw that there were three independent governments had studied. If you were exposed to higher than three millimoles or something like that,
There was standards. It’s required that they, you know, you want to meet certain, like obviously you don’t want to stick your head in the microwave, right? You could take that same signal that you’re producing from the microwave. Turn the power down a little bit. Quite a bit. Biocharger does is we spread the frequency across a very wide spectrum. We, we spent the energy across a very wide spectrum of frequencies. So we’re not just directing our, all our energy, at carrier a wave of our cell phone, but we’re actually covering AM, FM, shortwave, long wave and a bunch of harmonics in between all the way up through there, up through visible lights. So,
Okay, so you’re saying we don’t, we shouldn’t worry about, you know, like there’s a big scare with the 5G stuff coming.
I don’t, I don’t really, here’s, here’s my argument with it. Okay. You know, a World Health Organization, our own federal government at both said that, uh, cell phones transmissions are safe. 750 scientists from the European Union had it looked at 40,000 of different studies, said cell phones are safe. They also looked at the history of it before cell phones and after cell phones. So if you look at, presently we have 4 billion cell phone users in the United States. I mean the world, 360 million cell phone users, the United States alone. And you know how it is. I mean, everyone has it, you know, right up their rear ends up to their neck all the time, using it all the time, the years of history behind it. So with those types of numbers we would be seeing it as it relates to 4 billion. One in a thousand is what, four 4 million, you’d be seeing 4 millian cancers.
Um, you know, and they looked at everything from around the neck. Brain, breast, shoulders, all… We didn’t see any increase before and after. That would be significantly related to, you know, the number, the sheer numbers of people actually using it. You know how we are, we’re not using casually, everyone’s using constantly to say that there is any serious evidence now what the what the things that they looked at it also as well, they can’t deny it. There are people that had this effect when I’m around certain things I have a problem with it. And they they, they noted that in certain studies they would see these, what they would consider anomalies where it wasn’t statistically significant in a group study that they were doing. But it was a an end point that said, okay, we may or may not have an issue with that. Well they compared that with all the other studies that we looked at and they couldn’t see it and that would connect it to be free, you know, radio base related. It could have been all sorts of other factors that could have happened…
Even with say like smart meters because I saw one study where they put people next to a smart meter and they did blood tests before and after and everybody had different actual reactions to it. Some had like the blood clump together, others like stacked on top of it and then some people were okay and stuff like that.
The whole idea of that you can consistently see that would dark field microscopy anyway, which is what you’re talking about. If you have ever used much with dark field microscopy, that’s the type of thing they’re looking at, what they’re clumping into blood and things like that and that really, you know, if I eat the wrong thing right before I do that, that would show up as something like that. If I drank a soda beforehand, the blood work or something.
If you have like fried canola oil or something like that?
I did something right beforehand, I took a cigarette right between, you know, I did my little 5G or before or after. I mean there’s all sorts of different ways you can look at it. But statistically speaking, I don’t really see any evidence that really supports, uh, the hysteria around it. And I think a lot of it is driven by these people that are selling the wares. It, you know, we can block it, which I even find that in itself… Troubling to begin with because I believe that those are essential part of life and the more we shield ourselves from that natural energy that we get. Um, and then from an engineering perspective, you’re saying you got this little magic box at shields by cell phone from getting, producing a signal. It’s going to affect me. But at the same time work. And even if you say, I’ve got that magic box still not professing to guy that’s transmitting from the solar towers, whether I had this around or not, I’m still getting that same signal anyways, so black and that isn’t really going to do all that much different than what’s that doing, which is really, I believe doing all that much.
So, um, let me ask you about nature then because I just came back from Peru. I was in the Amazon and I sleep like an absolute baby when I’m not surrounded by all the Wifi and the electricity. And I have a place down in Costa Rica in the middle of the jungle, no electricity. And um, when I’m back society here, I have a harder time sleeping. I don’t go to sleep. I wake up in the middle of the night. Um, is there something about the frequency of nature or the vibration or maybe the latitude on the, the earth because I know that that changes.
“Well. How much do you spend on social media time on net?”
I would say probably five to six hours a day.
So you didn’t have any of that access to it while you were in Peru, Peru, right?
So you just picked up five or 6 hours right there. So you’re already winding down. You’re not energized. Okay. What’s the next thing that’s coming up, up social media or as well as my lifestyle of what’s going on. I mean, granted you’re not also, and they probably didn’t have a lot of lights, so probably six to seven o’clock, you know, depending on where you’re at. If you did, if you were so remote, they didn’t have any power. It was just periodically where you’re running batteries. That’s just a few little lights popped up here and there, for I don’t know what situation you were in But uh, all those things led to heck yeah, you’re less around the artificial stuff and more closely related to, you know, the cosmic rays that are out there and how do the cosmic rays interact with some of the other stuff you know, we don’t see that with like interference with cell phones and things like that. That’s one things. I always look at… car radios and things like that. You know, if there was interference with other frequencies that are happening, we’d be getting a mishmash of everyone talking on cell phones. The idea that they’re not even in communicate.yeah. Much like the, I look as three tuning forks. You have two of them that are tuned together and you have one that’s not you bang one. The other one starts vibrating, the other one does it. Uh, three symptomatic vibration and how that interacts and that’s related to it. How I believe these things are working at do that vibration. It’s just really merely hitting the right note in order to have an effect that, but the question is, is with our limited electronics, we can only create that snapshot so we don’t have access to the, you know, the, the universes that create this moment that is generating the white noise that we measure with our spectrum analysis.
So with our limited electronics, we can generate hundreds of thousands of harmonics and frequencies, which sounds like a lot, but yeah, you know, quadrillion of Frequencies. It’s not really that many to spit in a bucket. So it was how do we create our harmonics and frequencies that we generate to be the most effective manner so we can target it. So we slightly changed our harmonics and frequencies. So if you look at it over time, they’re just a bunch of clump through AM, FM, short wave, long wave. They’re all just clumped together. Just slightly change and maybe only by a thousandth of a hertz or hundreds of of a hertz between each one as you change, you know, or you can just change it. Like Royal [Raymond Rife] was doing with the Rife machine where it was just sweet and from 500 Hertz, 50,000 hertz, and didn’t worry about any particular frequency wanted, but just constantly changing it. So you generate new sets all the time. That’s the things that we do with our recipes and programs.
Okay. So yeah, that’s exactly the next thing I was going to kind of segway into. So it’s like, um, how do, how are you figuring out what frequencies to use for what recipes? And so for the people listening, the biocharger, I’ve used a bunch of different frequency generators, uh, pulse, electromagnetic frequency. And so the Biocharger NG, uh, is a tool, um, that emits photons. It’s basically photon therapy. Could you say it? Um, and then would you call it photon therapy?…
Some people call it, platonic. So people call it bio photon. Some people call it light therapy. But really what we’re trying to do is produce those frequencies into visible light spectrum as it relates to physics, which would be excitation of gases that release photons of light. So, and that’s releasing it, it, you know, in the visible light spectrum between 10 to the 12th attended the 16th hertz. I have a little chart that I usually have that shows the spectrum lines that you’d normally have in physics as well as I show the, I have the whole electromagnetic spectrum. It shows that AM, FM, short wave, long wave, you know, covers the whole spectrum all the way through x rays and gammas, And all that. So, itemized.
So now with the, with the biocharger NG, like there’ll be a program for say let’s, let’s say liver support. All right. How are you determining what frequencies, how are you coming up with the recipe? So that biocharger has what’s called recipes that are specific for certain ailments and issues, correct?
Yeah. So we have many different ways. So we have, uh, we have, uh, a research group. We have other practitioner, we have other uses of the bio charges who are practitioners and skilled in the art of frequency devices. They have come up with particular recipes that they are, programs and frequencies that they thought would work well. They gave it to us. We created recipes based off of that. We did testing with it and then we put it out into the open. Another way we get our recipes is a… Rife, there are plenty of different Rife sites that are out there that documented different particular frequencies. And in what we do with those recipes is, uh, any particular frequency, we’ll do a narrow sweep around it. So we’re not just generating that particular pulse frequency. And a subsequent harmonics that go all the way up. But over time, what we do is every second we’re slightly changing that. So we’re so maybe seven 27 which is a really popular rife frequencies. So we may start off at seven 27.001 hertz, and then we’ll go up to seven 27.002 Hertz at seven 27 all 270.003hertz all the way up to seven 28 over 20 minute period of time. Okay. We do other recipes that, you can look at things scientifically so you can see, you know, figured out diameters of cells and figure it out, particular frequencies and harmonics. So related to, uh, that particular diameter of any thing that you’re looking at specifically. So we approached recipes in multiple different manners. Uh, we also have recipes that are based off of mathematical principles. So, uh, my background is mathematics. And so one of the recipes we have this, the FIBONACCI sequence. So there’s a mathematical relationship between all the harmonics and frequencies and generated. So there’s, this geometry process follows us.
Can you explain what’s happening to the cells? Give like an understanding for the people watching like these frequencies and the photons are being admitted, it’s hitting the body and maybe give like a sneak peek of what’s going on inside the cell.
So there have been lots of studies that are beginning to investigate that. So several things that have happened. So on the frequencies and harmonics. So if you look at things, what’s like the car radio or the tuning fork analogy. So if you look at the tuning fork and if I hit the right frequency, I could through sympathetic vibration causes the other tuning fork to, to ring. So I generate that particular harmonic on a cellular level of frequency. I can begin to ring that cell and transfer energy, much like you could transfer energy like a voice signal or something like that you’d normally do with radio. Then we superimposed on top of that a voltage, so surrounding every cells, the cell membrane and acts like an insulator dielectric. And that insulate a dialectic resists voltage, but over a period over as you increase, that voltage that will finally break down where we’ll just short circuit through it.
Well, what happens in between time though is you could start to leak voltage from the outside of the cell membrane wall into the nucleus of the cell.At that point, what you’re affected is the ATP. So it’s been pulled in it through magnetic fields and electric fields. You can, affect that ATP, which is measured in a transmembrane potential, which is a voltage. So, as we age that, Adenosine Triphosphate, which is measured voltage drops. So as the cells are repaired itself. So if you look at our bodies from five years ago we don’t have a single cell that we’ve had today. The cells are always replacing itself. So in this replaced the process, what they do is they, the cell has this charge across the cell membrane wall, which is the ATP. So the ATP that charges sufficiently high enough, then you’ve got mitochondria so the cell replicates properly and it, everything is a balance. Um, as that voltage dropped, the mitochondria cuts off, then the cell goes through mytosis, you know, first it replicates into a damaged cell doing that until finally dies off. Right. Well, those are the relationship between this voltage and or I mean, yeah, the voltage of the TNP and the frequency that has a direct impact on a cellular level.
So a good way, good way of saying that. It’s a, a massive tuning fork for the cells that need to be brought back into harmony with the, that might be out of harmony.
Yeah. So two things that are happening… So, so if you have a bunch of different, So what we’re trying to do is generate a bunch of different frequencies and harmonic simultaneously. That’s what we’re doing. You’re generating literally hundreds of thousands of different harmonics and frequencies. So every second. So when we’re doing that, whatever frequencies tuned to those particular harmonics and regenerate, if there’s any things on the cellular level that’s looking for that, it starts to ring. But then on top of that, we superimpose the voltage on that. And that’s the beauty of why you want to use a Tesla coil versus a shortwave radios get the voltage compost because you need to sufficient voltage, hundreds of thousands, if not millions of bolts to start leaking energy into the nucleus of the cell… Then you can have that effect on the ATP and stuff. So we’re communicating to sell on a frequency level, but regardless of fact, we’re still hitting the cell everything on a cellular level with the voltage part of it. So we’re trying to charge the cell up, but we’re also trying to communicate.
Can you also just explain a little bit about that study? So above to 200,000 volts at Jesuit University because, I guess it started to kill cancer cells or something to that effect.
Well, here’s what they discovered is that cells, a cell membrane, that membrane actually changes as it becomes disease. So two things that they discovered within the study. One is that the physical shape of the cells changes its ability to easily distribute to charges greatly diminished by its physical shape. So technically a healthy, perfect, you know, really healthy cells, perfectly spiritual cell. So when it’s adapt position, then the cell can evenly distribute the voltage across that higher voltage, uh, before you had any breakdown. Whereas the, unhealthy cells tend to be more like a football shape, which concentrates to charges on its edges. You see amount of charge that can store across that the cell membrane wall. The other thing it happens is the dielectric constant of it actually changes. So if you look at on a cellular level surrounding this, that that cells, that cell membrane and it’s insulationcapability changes as it becomes disease, it becomes more conductive. So its ability to withstand the voltage is greatly diminished so that you can actually first, what happens is the voltage is low enough, you start to leak voltage into the nucleus. But if you crank the voltage high enough, you can actually destroy the cancer cells. So like there’s a company called Nanokniferight now. So one of the ways in which they kill cancer cells and they’ll stick electrodes inside…
Yeah, so you stick the electrodes inside the cancer cells and it causes the cell cancer cells to open up or poreate. And what they find within that same study is cancer cells require hundreds of thousands of volts per meter before it starts to break down. Whereas the healthy cells stem cells up to 10 billion bolts got the dielectric actually begins to breakdown. But other cells, millions of volts be able to do that. So one of the things that they’re doing is they’ll stick to high voltage into, it causes the cancer cells open up or poreate, which makes it a better drug delivery system to get it into the nucleus to cell. Because that’s the keys chemotherapies, you got to get it into the nucleus itself where a healthy tissue that that cell membrane isn’t gating because the voltage isn’t having an effect. Because of its physical shape and dialectic of the installation of the cell membrane itself greatly increases the ability to store voltage across that cell membrane wall.
Awesome. So, so I’ve used, just to list off, of I’ve used beamer, pulse, amp coil, trying to think of some of the other ones that I’ve used before. And um, so I felt something from them. But when I did the biocharger the first time, the first program I ran was a something four, four, four and I don’t, I the room harmonic four four, four. And I, the only reason I’ve been doing I did that is because I tend to see four, four, four, everywhere. It’s like this trigger that I see. I see it on clocks and I was like, oh, I’m going to try that. And I had the most energy I’d ever had in like years. And, also what I noticed, which this might be a little bit too much information, but I noticed I passed mucus out out of my body and, and that was like instant results and I hadn’t felt or seen any of that with the other, pulsed electromagnetic magnetic frequencies or any of the frequency generators. So what’s the difference here between some of these posts Electromagnetic frequencies?
So the first one you’re talking about those are what I consider the magnetic field. The amp coil, the beamer, uh, the IRMS 2000, and they produce a magnetic field that induces a voltage on a, on a cellular level or even in a coil. Anything. It’s a coil of wire, it’s going to do some voltage in to it. That’s considerably different than the frequencies and harmonics. So frequencies and harmonics are actually generating these little radio station. So in the terms of like Rife, the multiway oscillator, the biocharger, we’re generating hundreds of thousands of little radio stations at very weak power levels in a very wide spectrum of frequencies that are broadcast in this little radio stations versus like a magnet where you produce a magnetic field with it. Now the beauty of the biocharger, what the tesla coil is you have that magnetic field component. So the beauty with the Tesla coils is internally in the box is a… primary coil then you have the secondary coil that’s tuned to that, that produces […] electric field.
I should actually show it there. It is
Yeah but internally in the box. We had that PEMF style like you would see with the amp coil or some of the, the pulse systems that made the pop, but they produce that magnetic field. So we had that component with it. But we also have the frequencies and harmonics that come off to the secondary and the high voltage and the light. So they have one part of the puzzle, but they don’t really have all the pieces. The, the beamer works quite a bit different than the, the amp coil. The amp coil is more of the very strong magnetic field. You’ll probably feel that a little bit more than whereas the beamer they have a proprietary and they’re magnetic field is more on the range of what the earth would be as far as if you measure it, you know, maybe a 30 or 40 gal. So somewhere in that range.
Whereas these other devices, the high energies for a short period of time could be into Tesla’s the magnetic fields, but they break off. So, um, those amp coils, when you get really close to them, they’re putting in a lot of magnetic fields strength. The biocharger has that high energies, high magnetic field strength internally in the box, but around the edges of it, we’re down in an arrange of where the beamer would be, which is more in the magnetic field of your portion of it. So our magnetic field isn’t is quite as strong as say, the amp coil, but with the versatility, what you see at the amp coil, they could adjust their frequencies, but they can only change that up to 10,000 hertz. We can go up to 50 KD with ours plus the frequencies and harmonics that we generate with ours is a significantly different and power levels I believe are significantly higher with the biocharger.
Plus we had that voltage and the frequencies and harmonics and the white part of it that goes along with it. So I believe they have a, you know, they have the unique part that’s generated within that four sets. So you have the, what I see when you consider the PEMF that would follow the biocharge. I just consider PEMF being the magnetic field where the frequencies, the harmonics or the multi wave oscillators like the, the Lakhovsky device, the biocharger or Rife machines, anything on those levels are more of the frequencies and harmonics and some of those within that, when you look at the multiwave oscillators, then they have the high voltage, which is what the, the Tesla coil produces. So we have that compound, it goes along with it. And then the light therapy. So there’s a lot of people than a physical therapy and things that are beginning to use cold lasers or uh, even the far infrared infrared lights that people are using. So there’s that whole spectrum of lighting, that also has that impact of it. So I consider those four fields and we’re covering all four of those fields in all in one device. And we could do multiple people at the time. So you can easily do six people as you do one person then that’s, that’s what’s really awesome about the biocharger.
Oh, that’s, that makes my life a lot easier because I’m trying to help a lot of people and in different ways and I… Like I’ve had other, I’ve had these other frequency generators and it’s like you can only put it with one person and we train people in groups and this is a great tool for pre and post training. And with that, I would love to know what recipes, one, like what’s your favorite. Do you have a favorite recipe that you use or favorites or…
Well, there’s a lot of things. I mean, what’s neat about me is I have the opportunity, the RD Lab. So I, for me right now, the most exciting thing did I’m using right now and it’s built, they’re built into the, all the biochargers. We haven’t released it yet, but in the back door we have a little audio modulation capability with it.
So I can literally play music off the top of the biocharger. So I like things like box or I have the psalm the plays or even rock and roll that I’m related to. I mean you can hear every instrument, you can hear all the voices and stuff like that. I had to work on, I’m working on the resonator part to really get the sound out of it cause I still have a little bit of history going on with it.
From the top of that.
Yeah. I’ll send you a video of it. Yeah, please.
Oh Man, I’m excited about that. So what kind of music do you like? Like what’s the rock and roll that you can play on there?
I play anything I play, I like rush. I’m a big rush fan, Bob Seger. But uh, yeah, you hear every seek year olds, the voice clearly hear the instruments clearly here a little bit of hissing the background and I’m working on getting his scene out of it by just run it without any like what I consider resonator on it. I have, it’s a lot of staticky going into it now that I have been working on my the resonator that goes on top of it. I’m really getting the sound quality down and I’m hoping to have it down to CD quality. But that’s the type of things that we’re working into horizon but as recipes go. I like the wide sweep ones. I liked the, the FIBONACCI, I liked the, the default recipe, but there’s a multitude of the wide sweep recipes I like, but there’s also the, the harmonic interlude is a really good one. Specifics? Yeah, I think that those are usually my main ones there so…
…telling me that I could, I could, I don’t have to get a new bio charger. I could actually just have that one linked up and it will be connected with the technology, which is something I like to explain to the viewers that you guys are, I’ve taken this technology and you’ve intertwined it with the 21st century technology, which is the ease of use, which is awesome. It’s connected to the computer. I just hit play on one of the recipes and there we go.
Yup. Well, and also as we create new recipes, so you know what the drawbacks of those other devices that are out there. Once you get it, you got your stack of recipes and that’s it. You know, you can’t really add to the programs that you have other than sending it back in. Where with us, we’re constantly updating our library and, uh, as we make that available, it’s available for everyone. As long as you’re connected to the cloud and it’s operating and yeah, we can do remote diagnostics if we do it. We need to, but you know, built in the back of it, we have an optical port. So, um, you know, there’s a way we can hook it up to play the music. But, also the a just the way which we made it, you know, Tesla wouldn’t have used spark gap or vacuum tube to be take advantage of the cloud structure. So most of our computing is done up in the clouds. So we’re able to you know, down below in our computer into bio charger itself. We saw what we need to store in there and we can run a bunch of different recipes or programs that are in it. And as we add it there available for you to access it.
Now, can you give me some, um, I mean, I’ve, I’ve gone online and I’ve seen some amazing things. I’ve heard a lot of people talk about, y’know parasites being killed off by using the para cleanse or the Para, uh, one of the pairs of harmonics. And, uh, can you just tell me some of the success stories that you’ve had with people using this machine?
Well, we’re not medical device. I want to be clear that we’re not a medical device. You know, the things that we mostly see are better sleep, more energy, better mental clarity, a definitely better sleep. You know less pain, a little bit more step…
yeah, those are all the things that I noticed right away.
Right. To keep it within that realm. I mean, it’s, you know, anything else? yeah… We hear antidotes of other things, but you know, we, we get great feedback from people, so for whatever they’re using it for, so I’d say 20 or 30% of the people have their own specific outcomes that they’d like to achieve with it. And one of the things that we offer is that, a return policy. So we want to make sure that people are totally happy with the biocharger. Yeah. And, so on that level, you know, everyone’s very satisfied with it. We don’t get biochargers return very often.
Yeah. I, you know what, I’ve been exposed to a lot of these and I paid, you know, it’s, it’s a decent amount, but, uh, I’m like, I bought it, honestly, I bought it personally for me cause I just love this stuff. But I also knew that it would help my client based tremendously and we’ve seen a lot of feedback from it. And, um, for me it was, well, it’s well worth the investment. I mean, okay, like how much money can you, you know, having more energy, having more pep in your step, having more like, you know, vitality in life. It’s like you can’t put a number on that and when you feel your energy increase it’s like, yeah, this is well worth it. And we have people who are in their fifties and sixties that we train and they use it and then they go and train and they feel better. Now I had a question with you specifically about, any knowledge that you might have with using this machine in combination with say, a hyperbaric oxygen chamber because I do know there are studies that show certain frequencies can help regenerate. Maybe some nerve issues or target certain areas. Are you aware or familiar of any of that information?
Yeah, I would not recommend the biocharger with hyperbaric oxygen same time just because of sparks.
Well, no, like so doing the hyperbaric act or so doing the biocharger and then going into the hyperbaric oxygen chamber.
I think anything, I mean it, anytime you, you’re one of the biggest benefits with the biochargers, you get better uptake, those nutrients, better detoxification. So if you’re going to have that effect on a cellular level where you can gate the cell membrane wall to uptake nutrients, that’s always a win win. So if you’ve got the extra oxygen going around, you’ve got other things that are happening, uh, nutrition, even chemotherapy, and you’re trying to get things delivering the energy into the nucleus, you know, that’s, that’s where I think that the advantage.
Awesome. So, yeah, those two in combination will just help with the uptake. Um, okay, so I noticed that you had things in there like, like programs for nagalase. Like nagalase the protein. I don’t know if I’m saying it correctly, like… yes.
There was some nagalese frequencies, I guess that there was a book related to nagalase and his work that was frequency base. Those recipes from, so we’re, we’re also looking for different sources of frequencies list besides just the right frequencies that are out there. There are other ones and somebody sent us that to create that recipe and we’ve had really, really good feedback on that one.
Awesome. Okay. And so say somebody like I’m from Connecticut and lymes disease is like ravaging the area and um, is this something that people would just see, like say someone who has it was dealing with lymes disease? Um, would you recommend that they start off with the lyme recipes?
Yeah, I would say whatever works best for them, but that’s used typically what we start off with. We typically with lyme we start off a little slower. May not want to do it every single day right away. Maybe once every two or three days, just because there’s some people that respond differently than others, especially with lives depended on if it’s acute or chronic.
They might detox too fast or something like that?
That’s typically what happens is I think everything gets overloaded and if you’re not filtering it out that it just re circulates.
Gotcha. Okay. So let me see if I covered most of this stuff. Um, yeah. Is there anything you want to add or share that’s like, I mean, I’m kind of blown away by the fact that this thing is going to play music. Like that just makes it for me, just like a huge bonus on top of it.
As an engineer mathematician, when you look at the spectrum of frequencies, it’s infinitely, not infinitely more, but, many magnitudes more because right now I’m discreetly changing every second the harmonics of frequencies. Whereas now I fill everything in and everything is just blended. And there’s also, there’s a relationship has the harmonics of frequency, so not only what you’re hearing, but there’s a relationship with the harmonics of frequencies generated there are also following the melodies. So if you do the right music, I think that ultimately I think that there is one, you know, one note, you know, I hit that one note yet, but I believe there is one universal note that a constraint very that uh, all other notes emit from and one of these days, you know, that’s, that’s the goal ultimately.
Gotcha. Okay. That’s awesome. And um, have you ever, are you familiar with Dr. Emoto’swork?
Yeah. So say for example, I put my water bottle up, is that going to affect the water next to the biocharger?
…writing words on here? You were talking about should waves and things like that. I had imagined I had never had done frozen it, sliced it up and look at the different ones. Okay. Just understanding what I like to do with my water. Water is a ritual with me anyway. I’ll charge my water up, but I also like the little through a movement before I drank it my water and… But you know, why do a general has a charge in it. I mean it’s been, you know, there’s the, Oh I can’t remember what his name is now, but there was a guy that 1800 shot water to a needle and a little floating leaf on there. What happens to water? The leaf would build a static charge on it and there was guy named Walter Baumgartner in the 1980s built one of these things, you know, you can build up static, a couple thousand bolts with it up to 12 15,000 bolts depending on the quality of the water. But he measured thousands of different waters samples and shot it through that same needle and found that there was a relationship between that water and the voltage. So I think that there can be an effect on the water. I know that they use for, for instance, why to purification or for food processing they use high voltage. Instead of using hot sterilization, they actually hit him with extremely high voltage and they’ll kill bacteria and viruses. And we also use ultraviolet light and light to…
Purify the water?
Purify the water.
So just out of curiosity, what do you, what do you use to charge and what do you use to vortex your water?
Tesla’s turbine. So if you ever see traditional pumps use a blade and with the blade you’re pushing the water and creates […]. You actually squeeze the water molecule down. Turban is it just picked you a CD disc and you spin it really fast. What happens is the water molecule sits on, it, spins around, it’s through centrifugal force. It spins out further. So the further out it goes to the circle, the faster it goes until he finally it spits it out. It creates this awesome vortex. But if you look at what does a lot of molecules that causes it to open up changes the angle of it, able to put more charge in it.
So I know you’re a builder. Is this something you created or is this something people can buy?
Yeah, it’s what I’ve just made.
Oh Man… If there’s another tool you could make then, cause I bet you anything people would buy that thing cause I’m like, Huh, I want that.
Yeah. I mean, this is a really, I honestly, I could sit here and talk to you all day. I don’t know if Mike, if you’re on and, uh, you’re listening and can hear us. I haven’t heard. I’ve heard, are you there Mike?
I am, yeah. Sorry about that. Had some issues connecting there, but uh, finally got in and I didn’t want to interrupt. I just, you guys were going pretty well, so wanted to let you guys do your thing, but I did want to circle back. You had asked about parasites and and people utilizing different recipes and I know you probably had a chance to link up with David. Our head of support and recipe development on a, on that end through the process and seeing him go through and utilize his approach is pretty awesome in the way of these recipes being created and developed and being able to tap into some of these databases that people have kind of documented what frequencies reacting with certain parasites and being able to look to that research and incorporate that as well as some stuff of complimenting systems in areas of the body that that may help the body naturally when getting that ability up our immune system being able to take over and it pushed those out and…
Fight it off.
Yeah, exactly. And just […] voltage and as Jim said, just giving that cell that proper voltage to really just do what it’s supposed to do and get our body’s functioning properly is really neat to see that. And yeah, it’s a, it’s something to where not only humans and are dealing with parasites, but our, our furry friends too. I don’t know if you’ve got a, if you’ve got dogs or anything like that, but they loved the biocharger and benefit from it just like we did.
Yeah. Yeah. Basically anybody with the voltage in their selves. Right. Thank you for circling back on that. Um, so I wanted to let you guys know that I am a Wim Hoff instructor and I have like this thread that’s on whatsapp and I was just, you know, showing people around and everybody was like, hey man, what’s that tool? And then I explained it to them and everybody’s like, oh my God, that sounds amazing. So I think you guys have an untapped market. One of the guys actually bought one, right? He, uh, he went up and purchase one guy, a friend of mine in France… Yeah and so, um, you guys basically have an untapped market. I don’t think people really know the power of this tool. I mean, would you say that’s fair?
I would say that’s fair. And, um, just where this technology has been around are these modalities have been around for quite a while and just now incorporating that software and releasing and being on the market since about 2015 I would say most of our market based where those end users at home looking to benefit their own personal wellness efforts. But we’ve seen a pretty big shift in just kind of culture here in the US and and people kind of looking towards different modalities and different things to support those wellness efforts. And now kind of getting that term the biohacker and, and that’s something that we’re, we’re definitely getting a deeper into that market as well and really looking to expand and, and kind of get out there. Cause we agree, we see that and we’re in contact with more individuals like yourself every day that are, that are looking for the next thing to really kind of that peak performance market. Whereas we used to look at it more as athletic performance. But you know, it really does expand to not just athletes cause some, some athletes hang it up and they’re retired and they go to the gym and that’s about it. But they’re not on the field and not looking to compete there, but they’re looking to food, whether it’s, whether it’s in the gym or at home or moving on to the next chapter and starting a business and wanting that energy that they used to have when they were 20, 30 and so on. So it’s a market that we’re really getting into and we’ll actually be attending the upgrade labs conference next in April, so in April, and being able to get the biocharger on the eyes of those and work into really getting to that market more.
Awesome. So, um…
I have a question for you… the Wim Hof breathing group that you had, how did they like it? Because we have had awesome feedback with people who use it with Wim Hof that their experience had been magnitudes better when they use it with the biocharger. It’s just like, it’s a, it’s a complete game changer. And I, I’ve heard that from every single person that’s used it with Wim Hof.
It’s a total game changer, which is why I was asking if you knew anything about like hyperbaric oxygen chamber. Cause when I went, I’m from Connecticut and so that your director of marketing was in Connecticut and I hooked up with Mike. He sent me to her and I was like, hey, excuse me for a second, I’m just going to do some breathing. And I started doing the Wim Hof while I was testing the bio charger out and I was like, Whoa, this is like next level because essentially what you’re explaining, um, happens to the cells when we do the Wim Hof breathing, we’re just, um, I think exponentially allowing the uptake of energy and nutrients and, and getting the Mitochondria and the ATP production revved up. And so I use it here when I do my workshops before and sometimes during breathing. And so it, it’s, yeah, it takes it to another level.
Yeah, that’s what I, it’s what I’ve heard and I’ve done Wim Hof a few times with did. I’m not, I wouldn’t consider myself a practitioner or anything, but definitely done it maybe half a dozen to a dozen times. And I absolutely love it whenever I do it. I just need to getmore in tuned with it.
Yeah. Sit right around the bio charger and start to do that and you’ll feel the difference for sure. And yeah, it’s pretty awesome. Any last comments about the biocharger before we sign off here? And I just want to thank you guys tremendously for this interview.
Yeah, no problem.
No, you guys are good?
So we appreciate the opportunity and yeah, it’s always nice to be able to connect on a, on another level with our clients as well. So we really do appreciate this time as far as being able to get more feedback and, and I know it’s only going to help us kind of advance advanced through the whole journey of this with the biocharger and getting into different markets because that’s really how it started and getting into the hands of people and then starting with five recipes and evolving to over 750 and we know that we’re not stopping at 750. And yeah, we’re excited to, to get that out there and we’re we look forward to working with you here in the future too.
Yep. It’s enhanced my life, so anything I can do to help, let me know and um, I appreciate it. And I’m going to put this on my youtube channel and I’ll send it to you guys and then I’m also going to share it with my back pain crowd, which I have about 20,000 followers as well. So hopefully you guys get some exposure through that. And um, all right. Thank you Jeff. Thank you, Mike. I appreciate it.
Yeah. Yeah. Will you keep us posted as far as when you’ll be kind of releasing that? Are you going to be going through and, um, I guess kind of putting your spin on it and you’re, you’re touching on it before it gets to YouTube.
Oh, so, um, yeah. Oh, so when I released it to YouTube, the main reason for this is for the book healing hacks. And so I’m going to put a piece in there on the bio charger and just frequency and vibration. Um, so this, I can kind of do whatever you guys want. I can just upload this and then you guys can cut it however you want and then say, use this, this is better. Or, um, so if you want to do that, um, I’m totally open for that as well.
Yeah, I think that would be great. And just so we can get some eyes from some other team members and weren’t able to join us here today and I’m sure they’re going to love to hear kind of this back and forth and it’ll get their wheels turning as well.
Yeah, I’ll, I’ll, um, as soon as I uploaded, I’ll upload it unlisted and then I’ll send it off to you guys and then you can let me know.
That sounds great.
All right. Thank you, Jim. Thank you, Mike. Yeah, I have a great day.
Alright so thank you John McMullin. And so I know quite a bit about your background and not too much, not as much as you can share. So I’m just going to give you a some time to share a little bit of where you came from and how you ended up doing what you doing and what it is that you do specifically.
Good Morning Ian! I thank you. My background is of number of corporations. I owned a number of companies, 6 of them one time actually in biomed engineering. And I always interested in the energy signature of the human body as a result of working with American optical and other companies with the defibulators and fetal monitors, and we did a lot of work for hospitals in 4 states so they would meet the joint commission standards… so our job was to go in and make sure equip the work. But I was fascinated about how the human body creates energy signatures based on perceptions, that got me interested… and so after selling those companies I got in love in looking as a biomed technician than engineer designing systems for reading energy and people, that’s the basic history.
Awesome! And so now you do holistic coaching as well so you speak to people and help them workout their perception of realities and stories? Is that what you’d say?
Correct. Briefly, I discovered that people communicate not only through their words but through their energy signatures that many people have many subconscious attachment they themselves that they are not aware of. So I’ve learned not only then to loosen to what people tell me more acutely to what I listen to what they are not telling me. They hide information from themselves.
Okay and so when they hide information and you’re having a conversation with them, can you give an example of something that they might say or do that is telling of maybe an issue or something they need to work out.
Often I have a client call up0 and say something like I’m depressed, I tend to have manic or depressed behaviour, I don’t love my life partner anymore, I have physical symptoms that won’t go away, and one of the first questions that I ask is… How does part of you benefit by having symptoms that compromise you? Many of us I believe are not aware that we all are martyrs and we benefit by punishing yourself or other people. We don’t realise that because it’s reactive and we’ve adaptive to it but I would say one of the most significant parts of your question is learning how it is use our body parts and punish them for not meeting other people’s expectation.
Okay, and how do we peel the layers of the onion to get to that realisation that they are injuring themselves and that they are maybe causing more harm through this perception or story?
One of the interesting aspects of adaptation is learning to justify or rationalise so someone might say “I have a broken heart and somebody did this to me” not realising we break our own heart blaming someone else. My immune system it goes on and on… for me the symptoms are just that, they’re not the issue. Your question, how do we get to the issue instead of the symptom. Is that correct?
First to the recognition and that what people tells us are symptoms rather it’s behaviour, physical, emotional, mental, spiritual are intuitive aspects. Many people compromise intuition because it’s a source of information the human ego filters out. So the question that hand is if someone says I don’t like my spouse. My response is what if you discovered you don’t like yourself about your experiences of your spouse? So they’re start looking inward rather than outward for what disturbs them.
Great. So yeah one of the biggest things about this book is going to the root causes of the symptoms and trying to fix at the source. And would you say that the source of most issues is in inner problem even when it comes to physical healing like when someone with an injury.
Actually you’re talking about your book and the title of your book is?
I love the title, that’s beautiful. Yes… hacking has an implication that there is covert stuff going on and so that’s correct. I perceive that when the body is out of balance energetically because of its belief systems, we actually over activate some glands and organs, under activating others as acupunctures would tell you. My job is to use my intuition and as the body to tell me what parts are over and activated as a result of a belief system that somebody is hiding from themselves. So short answer to your question is if I try to use logic to solve a riddle of logic, it doesn’t happen if you try to use emotion to solve a riddle of emotion, not going to happen. Through using an intuition and reading the energy signature not only of the voice that someone is talking to me but their field, their theoric field just sense it and or to say it in another way… many people say my gut says something is not right. They don’t feel right my part, they’re actually using their body as feedback loop to the intuition I just talked about.
Okay can you explain a little about the theoric field and how… so when you’re speaking with somebody, you’re reading all the signs like you’re hearing the voice, you’re looking at the energy that’s coming off their body and kind of maybe reading the like if there’s… I don’t know how you’d explain it maybe like an imprint on energy signature that could be cause by trauma, or something. Is that a good way for explaining it?
Yes. And I actually would offer that because we are all gifted with a heart that vibrates an energy of consciousness. And an ego that vibrates, it’s still another energy of consciousness realising that the human ego is what saves us. It’s mission is to defend, improve for survival. The heart on the other hand is an energy field attempting to connect with our inside and outside world. For example, you smell a beautiful flower. It activates an experience. One would say that moved my heart. So back to your important question, we all have available many senses that we can turn on to experience the expression of another human self or nature. If it’s dangerous to the ego, it switches of the sensory system. I make a conscious effort to try and leave them open.
Right so an example of that would be when we were at the workshop, you use the a I’m blanking on the name of the machine that you guys were using there. What was it called?
Well in this particular case, it’s called the Eductor, but there are many manufacturers that make biofeedback devices that measure various energy levels of the human body or pets or anything that lives.
Okay and this measures the energy signature and you use it on somebody who’s in the workshop and work on their energy signatures and all of a sudden she had a sense of smell that was greater than it was before or it came back to her or something like that.
Correct. In other words when the ego senses risk danger. It shuts down sensory systems in this case her ability to smell fragrance cause she associates fragrance of something that was dangerous or humiliating so she turned her smell off, her ability to smell. Once the machine was able to recognise the energy signature of that fear or shame and we created what’s called a homeopathic remedy. In other words, a frequency that cancelled out the frequency of she could actually smell fragrances again. And so her statement was she got up the next day and smell morning. Is that beautiful?
Yeah. It’s amazing. So can you explain a little bit about how the Eductor works or how it picks up the signatures because I know it’s a little bit complicated and sometimes it’s hard for people to wrap their mind around.
Now why don’t we use language that we can understand. Hopefully your listeners will hear. Actually, I mentioned earlier in my biomed feedback days. I learned the ability to sense as I believe all humans can do. The reason we don’t sense all these energy information of another human is its sensory overload. It’s like if there’s a bad odor to the house we adapt to it and then we don’t even know it’s there. You could go outside and come back in. So what I do is sense that energy signature, the equipment because we hook up some electrodes to the body and start measuring chakra energy, meridian energy, on and on… many different frequencies including what we mention earlier the theoric field but there’s many energy fields around the body layered. And so our purpose is to see if there is harmony and that’s the operative word for your book. We want glands and organs connecting and working together. If you and I grew up in a family where we experienced this harmony conflict then we associate that and imprint it to glands and organs in our body and they find each other the enemy. You and I have a name for this we call it cancer, fibromyalgia, and other names.
Perfect! Now you talked about harmony which is… so I debated with the title of the book and I like the title healing hacks so I’m going to keep that title even though you know one of the things you mentioned to me made me think twice about it but can you kind of give your definition of what healing is?
… you really came loaded with great questions… Yes healing has an assumption of wounding. In other words it’s rebalancing the energy signature of different tissue in the body and it just briefly look at some people called cancer is tissue that consumes other tissue. It’s the bigguns beating up on the little ones. The conflict we have with self and you spoke earlier off inflammation and what is inflammation? It’s a byproduct of irritation so if we have parts left and right hemisphere of our brain conflicted or we have parts of our body or ourself related to someone else irritated in conflict with another human then comes the inflammation and of course inflammation creates all kinds of problems including arthritis and other challenges. So healing is a process of bringing the body back in to energetic balance and no9t forgiving other people but forgiving ourselves for beating ourselves up for trying to beat other people up or get them to beat us up so that we matter. Forgiveness is forgiving our perceptions, not other people.
It is for me.
Yeah… and would you say that these irritations and lets say emotions and feelings that caused inflammation are lower frequencies or lower consciousness? Is that a way you can maybe state that and that higher frequencies and higher consciousness stimulate healing?
From a scientific notation, we speak of alphabetic, many frequencies that occur in the body that low frequency are bad and high frequencies are good but actually the piece I would invite us to consider is harmony and harmonics of a base frequency. So we actually stimulate consciousness many people would say through a higher frequency what I would say is that we create a harmony with a vibration of our body that allows us to become a witness of, as well as a participant of life therefore, we have choices. But if our lower frequency we fight, flight or freeze or facade. We either attack or hide, those frequencies are actually imprinted into the not just human body but theoric field around the human body and so we become hyper vigilant and you would call it exhausted to adrenals, maybe a hyperactive fibroid, there’s many consequences to how we experience who we are in the world.
Right. So let’s say somebody who has a joint issue like say their shoulder bothering them for a long period of time and typically tendons and muscle they heal themselves after couple weeks so that joint issue has carried on longer than a few weeks. Would you say that could be something that manifested from emotions and or disharmony?
I think that’s a really important question for so many reasons. Basically, an irritated shoulder either it has been compromised emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually, intuitively when we carry the weight of the world when we are over givers we have a need for example to make other people feel good so we can feel good about yourself. Our body gets resentful, this is hate, what about me. So we get irritated on ourself and so Louise Hayes and a number of other authors who talked about how to speak about body symptoms as a metaphoric indication. So the shoulder might be carrying the weight of the world on our shoulders. It’s a language rather than a literal language. It’s comes a metaphoric language who talk to our body and say “Hey shoulder, I abused you. I was not paying attention and help me here.” And you’d say wait a minute the shoulder doesn’t know that you’re talking to it. I propose oh yes it does. This is especially true of a broken heart where we accuse someone of hurting us and breaking our heart. We don’t know how to say to our heart I broke my heart over my expectation of somebody. So learning the language of metaphoric discussion with a heart creates a new frequency and opportunity otherwise we go on having a physical therapist or a chiropractor or some other telepathic person continually trying to massage or put our shoulder back into place. And the real question I had is why are we not working on the issue instead of the symptom.
Perfect. It’s kind of like I don’t know if you’re familiar with Dr. Sarno. I don’t know if we ever spoke about that but Dr. Sarno was a surgeon and after about I don’t know 20 or 30 years he called up all his patients and he asked them if they still had back surgery after surgery and he found out they all had back pain for the most part and he changed his career essentially and started treating the emotional issues with the back and then their pain was gone. And so this is in direct connection with what you’re talking about.
My wife’s brother is in MD, PhD, studying the psychosomatic experiences of surgery and if we really sit back and look at surgery is there’s a time and place for it? Of course there is. How then do we reconcile wounding the body and the effort of healing the wound. The knife surgeon, the scalpel of the surgeon cutting tissue, it cuts through energy field so it cuts through meridians and how the cells talk to each other. They have to adapt to that. So is there a place for surgery? Absolutely. Is there a place where some kind of physical intervention requires consciousness for healing briefly said many people with scar-tissue come to me with keloided tissue and I actually ask to tell me the emotions its holding onto. And then once I ask them to identify the emotion of the wound, it’s often not what we think it is then stretching the tissue horizontally and vertically we actually allow blood to circulate into that scar-tissue and all of a sudden it’s not white, it’s pink like the rest of the tissue in the body. It’s amazing.
Wow, that is amazing. And there’s some of the neuro research showing that the more you’ve had surgery basically, your life force energy, the more you’ve had it the more of your life forceenergy goes down and like dementia, and all these other ailments go up. And that’s why part of this book, not part of it… this whole book is about healing naturally at the root cause so we could avoid some of the bigger cuts, slashing and burning which is the typical mode nowadays for within the medical community. It’s like you know chemo, surgery, and radiation or something like that… MRI’s, etcetera.
Well if I may briefly Dr. Randolph in Cincinnati, all of his studies I mean works all over not just United States witnessing their research on how many people are actually compromised because of back surgery. And I think it’s important for you and I do a disclaimer here… Are there times when the intervention of surgery is called for. We are not doctors he answered of course is yes. The question that you and I want to ask is did any bother of the result, the emotional attachment to the wound in the first place? Did anybody bother to go through a process of reconnecting energy of the body that was separated? So a lot of people talk about Medical healing through tough. What I really say is we re- energise functional energy into that part of our body.
And would you say that’s the power of something like a meditation is you’re actually drawing in this energy into your body to stimulate healing?
The answer for that question is yes and that brings us back to a question you asked earlier regarding how does the Eductor or other pieces of equipment work? I’m going to use some language that’s a little hard to embrace because they’re not words of the allopathic healing per se. The idea that there is what we call a unified field of energy. Now when certain scientist witness that energy is modulated based on the observer. Albert Einstein witnessed this, he called it spooky. He didn’t know what else he could understand how come different people with influence the outcome of protons flowing through a gridwould be affected by the observer. What is going on? So back to your important question, Is it possible that we all humans are actually connected to what called the unified or universal field whatever name you want to put on it. It is a life force energy field and we are all funnelled into that energy field. Now I’ll just make a simple statement: What if our source called God, Jehovah, great spirit, whatever name you give higher source constantly providing healing it’s what we call it energy, life force energy of enthusiasm, passionate desire, curiosity, constantly being fed and because of our self esteem and self worth issues or inferiority complex our hands go no! Not for me I don’t deserve it and whether a way we began atrophy and we began to0 dissipate interesting possibility.
Yeah so you would say another way I’ve heard you’ve said is things like resentment, anger, guilt, shame actually block us from the spirit of the sunlight of this higher unified field god whatever you want to call it. And when we works through this issues and removed these blockages that we are not connected with the source and then therefore we can stimulate healing and you know somebody like David Hawkins work said healing happens at like the level of joy so when you feel peace and joy you start to stimulate or connect with that unified field at a different level.
Yes much of his writing, teachings much of what I agree and some I disagree with because I’m a mortal. I would offer this… actually we live in I perceived a duality world. And that we learn from the shadow and enjoy the light side of energy. Many people hide from the ego, hides from shame and fear and what threatens us and what shames us but in truth, we learn more from our challenges than we do from pleasure. And so what I would say to Dr. Hawkins and some other people say I just want to live in peace, I just want to be happy and what I reflect to them… well how do you learn? If you live in this world of no challenges, how do you expand consciousness so I would offer that there is what some people would call destiny meaning the synchronicity of the moment we live, die and all the events in between. It’s not the event, it’s how we experience though and so for me the core issue here isn’t the events of our life. It’s what they represent to us, that issue determines the functional coherent flow of life force energy through our body as much as anything else.
So would you say for example PTSD is not the event that happened. It’s the emotions, and what it represented that cause the actual PTSD?
I would agree to your statement so much to tell you that my personal experience with the tens of thousands of clients I’ve had over the years often the PTSD people bring back from the battlefield is not the event on the field. They associate the trauma of the event with something earlier in their life. So personally speaking, I have witnessed people live themselves out off the abyss not working on the event they thought putting them into paralysis or hypnotic stupor but on event earlier in their life they use dissociation as a tool to hide the experience of trauma. So metaphorically speaking if we can find an age where we can represent where we were traumatise we have no clue, reclaim the event and turn it into a learning experience instead of a paralysing event, magic happens.
Right, so it’s basically you’re transforming the experience that they had in the emotions that they attach to them or what it would represented to. It’s a different representation.
I like your transforming, in the other word I like it as metamorphosis of watching the caterpillar turn to a beautiful butterfly through the containment of its own cocoon.
Yes if we can teach people the cocoon was necessary one to protect it and then became its own prison and necessary for the butterfly to strengthen its muscles for flying. If we can help a person experience an event from a different position, magic happens emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually, intuitively we become a different person.
Yeah, we’d be able to grow. Now let’s say someone was listening or they’re reading the book. How would they know they’re in hypnotic stupor like how do they identify. If they read it and they’d say oh this isn’t me. What would be the signs and symptoms that they know they’re in hypnotic state.
Well I don’t know how to prioritize you question because they’re all so important and this maybe one of them. The way I heard the question is how do we know what it is we don’t know we don’t know. I was so fascinated by your question participated in doctoral program of hypnosis which required participating using hypnosis not only for clinical but entertainment to witness the power of suggestibility and to answer your question, I would project the possibility that almost everybody spends almost all their life in hypnotic stupor if it’s defined as fantasising, daydreaming, not focusing, not experiencing, and on it goes because we all wrapped a cocoon around us to protect us from what it meant to be an infant and toddler about at risk. So waking up out of hypnotic stupor is so hard because all of a sudden you began to experience life not only what we see, smell, taste or feel differently but all of a sudden we open yourself up to an overload of sensory that we had shut down. And in paradoxical away it puts us back to sleep. So that’s why waking up is a process and back to your important question how do we know what it is we don’t know until we sense what it is not be in a hypnotic stupor. Oh by the way for the record, all hypnosis or self hypnosis what they’ll do to us is they create an environment where we hypnotise yourself and it only takes milliseconds to self hypnotise so…
Yeah so say someone realises like okay… what I’m hearing from you is that if you’re not present and really experiencing the present moment you’re kind of in a hypnotic stupor if you’re daydreaming, you’re fantasising, you’re distracting, you’re trying to like not be here and present then you’re in a hypnotic state. And if someone recognises that they are in a hypnotic state, how do they start the process of getting out of that?
Another way of asking that question is the healing process itself right? Because hypnosis is a way of hiding from self so we hide, I have the experience of hiding from the outside world and I think it’s a really important question. First is to consider the possibility that we are numb through dissociation, daydreaming, misdirected attention, attaching to opinions and defending them, it goes on and on… until we become a witness of our own behaviour so inviting ourselves to participate with what I call holistic coaching or good therapist whatever that means to have somebody reflect back to us how were communicating messages of experiences we ourself dont know we’re communicating. In other words to be compassionately curious about what it is we are hiding from yourself is the beginning.
So would you say essentially seeking truth or seeking to know yourself better is like the good first step?
Yes and it’s hard to witness self in the person itself because as soon as the human ego experiences you reclaiming in a memory it want you to not reclaim. You dissociate. About 40% of my clients, they’re actually a therapist and the reason number is high is because they don’t want to be diagnosed in the field of psychiatry. Once you’ve been evaluated it becomes a written record and because Im not licensed as a therapist, I allow my clients to have experiences rather than diagnose and then attach to diagnosis. And so what I do often is give them an opportunity to hear something and then repeat it back and they’re trying to stay aware of the message but what happens is difficult because the mind, all of a sudden, says oh I forgot to put gas on my car, I need to pick something up at a store, so we lose coherency. Actually I teach a class in speed reading through hypnosis and the reason through hypnosis is to bring people out of hypnosis and instead of reading a book to be informed by the author, I teach them how to read a book to challenge the authors’ experience with their own. It keeps them coherent.
So that’s another technique. I love your question frankly that one question we could spend hours but I know you have more questions.
Yeah so being at the book it’s about frequency and inflammation, I wanted to speak about nature. Now I know it’s something that I don’t think I’ve ever heard you speak about but I’d love to hear your opinion about what you think nature provides us in terms of healing or reconnecting with ourselves or raising our energy or how to affect the field of energy.
Well another very important question. You may or may not be aware of this but for every irritant will say poison ivy within 50 ft grows on other plant or resolve. And nature has that polarisation for us. We just have the awareness o9f what is the expression or vibration of the energy of a plant. Many people are aware of a research program in the late 50s where they actually attach to electrodes to plants thinking they could use them as a feedback loop only realising it bombed, until they all of a sudden finish and they start to tear the plants out and they went wild…so it’s true that all living things have a level of consciousness. The question that hand is, are we present, sensitive, aware of the message that all life has to send to us. And when we’re busy whether own world or not very interested in witnessing… one of the great challenge since you brought it up I believe for the human ego is not to attach to the stories we’ve made up about who we are but to witness through other people’s filtersystem what they make us. Although I have opinions of who I Am, what I Am more interested in is your life experiences and what I represent to you.
Yeah. Are you familiar with Bruce Lipton’s work at all? Biology of belief?
You spoke a little bit about the perception and environment. That’s kind of what I want to draw in and it’s like how your environment affects your energy field, and so who you’re surrounded by like so if you’re around nature or if you’re in the city and surrounded by chaos, and confusion, etcetera. And he proposed which was against the mainstream science which was that genes affect everything and what he proposed is that the environment actually is the biggest factor in that so would you say that our environment depending on what environment we are in will change our energy signatures and especially over time and how that would affect our health and ability to heal.
Earlier I talked about adaptability and people in New York adapt to noise in a way in the country you and I listen to crickets. It does our environment influence our well being and shades of grey absolutely. As you well know our DNA is made up in a helical format, the most efficient antenna that man has ever designed to track satellites, this helical antenna with parabolic reflector underneath it and you and I actually have tuned our helical antennas or DNA to the energy of self and the outside world and we can actually adjust, the DNA actually expands or contracts based on its experience of the outside world. Another word we would use for that is adapting. So back to your important question, are there people… Japanese where the bomb was dropped who were affected far greater than other people about radiation and dying and the answer is yes. How one person experiences for example radiation from an X-ray machine different than another? Are there trends? Yes. Is there adaptability? Yes. So yogis cracked us, whole kinds of pain so that they can prove that they have the consciousness to shut off pain but I believe they do is numb themselves out. We all have the consciousness to turn off pain so we don’t have to feel it which has a lightning shadow. I don’t feel the pain but now I don’t know Ive got 6 weeks to live because Im filled with cancer. So back to your important point frequency, it is amazing for me to witness where we take the frequency of homeopathy or urban remedies or energy signatures from other sources and intend them to merge with the frequency of someone’s belief system and watch how quickly we can influence how a person perceives themselves and influence our self loathing from the drug industry it’s a chemical function of how we adapt to the influence of synapsing of the brain. From the holistic point of view, it becomes another opportunity… Now one last piece I want to say, can you and I be transducers? Can we actually create a frequency of vibration with another human that opens our heart? So since I had the privilege of having you participate in the class as a teacher, that’s what I call everyone that thinks they’re a student. I got to witness the vibration of your beliefs when Id exposed you to certain information. And then I would transmit my mind and in my heart frequency that would help you perceive a different view than previously experienced so we’re actually body electrics. We think we are physical beings but we’re body electrics.
That was a perfect way because part of the book we are talking about frequency but how we are electrical beings and the food we intake if it’s electric it feeds us and nourishes us and it helps our consciousness whereas free intake things that are dead and maybe processed and have no nutrient value that the electrical interaction is not going to be the same and we are going to wonder why we have low energy, why we feel bad, why our immune system is lower. And so my next question for you is if somebody is looking for emotional, physical, or healing just in general or a better way of putting it like we said they’re looking to harmonised or be in harmony and in away from disease and discomfort, what are some of like the lowest hanging fruits that they can pick from? That you might recommend. Something that they can maybe even do right now that kind of stimulate that process?
Good question… Before I answer your question the body electric as we spoke earlier is an interesting phenomenon watching how the 10 microvolts of energy applied to the SA node can cause the heart to function very differently and that comes from… so interpreting the energy signature of the body from me and helping someone understand the consequences of manipulating how energy flows through the body is very important, it becomes a self awareness beyond what otherwise could be. Now back to your question the low hanging fruit. The first is, one of my… I have a series of question to help people help themselves, self evaluate where they are right now and I don’t believe we can give anybody anything we are so so possessed, and so how does a person really experience themselves in the relationship with themselves about another person? We would say what’s my relationship with my spouse or how that goes. For me it’s a question how do I experience a relationship with myself about that person because we never know another human. All we do is project our eclectic experiences on to them and say well you’re bad or you’re a good person or I loved you when we got married, now I don’t love you anymore. We don’t know how to say I don’t trust myself with you the way I once did. So back to the important question, all of us would want to ask ourself. You were talking about low hanging fruit is why would anybody want me for a life partner and since you’re hosting this show, how would you answer the question why would anybody want you for a significant other?
Right, yeah this is one question that I thought a lot about and every time I answer it’s a different answer but that’s the evolution I guess, it’s a growth so when I respond to that I start to think about the things that I do, that I can be improved upon and think like well.. you know maybe they wouldn’t want that in our life and maybe that needs to change and with that being said, I also think about the positive sides but is that a question that you ask to stimulate the healing process or stimulate the awareness process would you say?
The answer is yes on both. The reason it’s such an important question that we ask ourself and or another human is we all have what we would call self loathing or another word is we all have an inferiority complex. I mean it comes from being a small child and the presence of family members first where we felt helpless and it’s an imprint. Most of who we are is identified within our first 7 years of our lives. So back to the important question if I’m in process of having a partnership with another human, I realise that I can never compliment them beyond their threshold, their ability to receive the compliment. And the question is so significant because most people answer it well- Im charming, I’m good in bed, I’m funny, I’m smart, and on it goes, in other words their answering the question out of human doing rather than human being. So what is human being? It is realising who I Am not through my activity but through my experience of the stories I made up about me. So if I need to prove and defend I matter because I have credentials behind my name, I have big house, car, blah blah… that’s called attachment. In asking someone to connect with their being, well I’m a vessel to express life in this literal realm in a unique way. No other human can. That my being is vesselling consciousness beyond my ego’s awareness. So if someone can say I’ll tell you who I Am John. I Am the experience of other people. I can’t make somebody happy or sad. I can’t be…I think I can make people happy by giving my body away, my money away or whatever. Here’s the truth — that’s called enabling. I labeled it, but when we enable people we are trying to take care of them to make ourselves feel good about ourself. So back to the important question and any listeners. I would ask them to embrace this important question. Why would anybody want me in their life? The answer is based on their life experiences of what they make me not who I Am. Then that helps minimise the shame and fear that I Am not me being somebody else’s expectations. So you ask about low hanging fruit, there’s a good place to start.
Awesome, I love it!
Now I know we’re gonna be ending here shortly. I wanna be respectful for your time and I greatly appreciate it and I just wanted to end of with the power of our body and just a little bit of inspiration about people who don’t really understand that we are unbelievably powerful beyond what we can even phantom and how our body is a machine that has the ability to heal itself and whatever you know some of the stuff you shared and I’ve heard you share about that, that maybe would inspire people to believe that they are powerful and they can heal themselves and have the ability to change their perception in that field.
Briefly said. And that one question you and I can spend hours with is our human ego was shake to belong in a family either for compliance or defiance and then as an adult children we go on the same beliefs. To answer your question… I think it’s really important to grow beyond the attachments that we had as children because we are adult children to believe in a simple truth we are a lot more afraid of intimacy and power than we are ashamed in fear. Our attachment are ashamed in fear because we perceived we can control it. You cannot control how magnificent we are so we dismissed it and make ourself pathetic interesting paradox we have much more power in the family being pathetic than we are dominant.
Powerful stuff and a lot to take in, I mean honestly I could sit here and ask you question for days. Before we sign off, is there anything in terms of healing hacks you know that you could maybe just off the top of your head would be helpful or somebody would find helpful and then we’ll just end it there.
The healing hacks as you all them. I believe our experiencing other people’s perception of us without attaching to them, being curious about who we are in the minds of other people without needing to meet expectations. Learning our purpose, if you can’t define your reasons for being in this literal realm then you dismiss yourself and ask other people to do that. Who are we? We are a vessel to express life in this literal realm. It’s a dualistic world and it’s the only place that the human soul or spirit can experience the consequences of duality and the reason we are here is to confuse ourself so that we can wake up to oneness. So those are some of brief statements I could just blurp a bunch more but I’d like to take a minute and thank you for your curiosity to show this blog. I’d like to take a few minutes and say what I value in you as much as myself therefore, is your curiosity, your willingness to look in the mirror and see something other than your ego’s definition…
So I want to thank you and I look forward to when you and I can match up our heads and our hearts again.
Yeah I know I really appreciate it and like I said I can sit here and talk to you all day but that’s the workshops are for right?
That’s a… well some people learn better in an environment where they see themselves in another people and some people one on one. And that’s why I do one on one sessions all over the world and I do workshops around in the United States.
Yeah and so you do it in California…
Ohio, and Cape Coral, Florida where you came…
Yeah and once again when you showed up, you become the teacher out of your curiosity you discover yourself by me asking questions.
Yeah I know it’s powerful so anybody. I’m also going to post this on YouTube and anybody that’s listening. Most people that go to you are like you said therapists, and holistic coaches, but from what I find is that people that just need to learn more about themselves show up and see massive transformation and I’ve actually seen it happen first hand so journeys of wisdom is the name and powerful stuff. Definitely transformational.
Powerful for some, dangerous for others… Ego doesn’t like getting an information that it can’t hide. It’s true.
Thank you for being my friend and thank you for your endless curiosity. I hope it goes on and maybe you and I can wrap our minds around another session.
That’d be great. I appreciate it, John. Super grateful. Take care.
If you want to find out what real health looks like and how to heal naturally, you may want to watch this video.
I interviewed my good friend Miguel Barthelery for a book I am writing, who has his PhD in Molecular Medicine and was doing his post doc at Harvard and working for the pharmaceutical industry when he decided to leave the US to go back to France and embark on a journey to help people heal naturally. It is a long interview but you will find out real nuggets of truth about your body, mind and health. We speak about healing people naturally through raw diet and cleansing acids and mucus.
Alright so I am here with my good friend Miguel Barthelery. So Miguel, I’m going to share a little bit of your background but I know it’s extensive and that you have a PhD in Molecular Medicine and you are doing your postdoc at Harvard and you left Harvard to go back to Paris or France where you are from, is that correct?, “That’s right” and then your barked on a healing journey. “Yeah so the journey well… I don’t know if it never stopped or never really started. It is difficult to tell but something happened definitely after I received my PhD. I’m a graduate from Penn State University and my postdoc was at, some of a joint postdoc sort of where half of my time I spent at Harvard and the other at Harvard Medical School and then at Harvard Cancer Instituteand the other half was at Novartis in Cambridge on the other side of the river. It was actually funded, my post-doc was funded by the private industry, so I have a pretty good idea what’s going on in the private pharmaceutical industry. I understand and actually I think I’m pretty compassionate I am on that because there are wonderful people working for that industry. What happened was me… what I was doing for myself, for my personal life became… it didn’t match what I was doing in the lab because my background is biochemistry. I have a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry and molecular biology and most biochemist are really really into nutrition and metabolism and stuff like that, that’s pretty much what we are studying most of the time. And a… so I had been experimenting with my diet pretty much since I started studying biochemistry.
What age would you say that was in your early 20s?
Yeah my early 20s, I’ve always never big on eating meat, that was not really my thing. As a matter of fact it’s part of contention with my mother who was a carnivore and a nurse so she was you know… she was definitely formatted in the idea that you should be eating a certain amount of protein a day. And her loving meat in the first place, it made a very difficult for her that her first born just didn’t want to have anything to do with meat. Umm…. So that was something already. I remember having… it was a big subject growing up people said I’m a picky eater which I thought was stupidest thing because I would eat any vegetable. What kid eats all vegetables? I just don’t wanna eat any type of meat or was very picky about the meat. I love fish, eggs or stuff like that but red meat and black meat in chicken or something, I was like no it’s just not for me, and so I didn’t feel I was a picky eater because I love vegetables.
Anyway… so that was sort of where I started with the whole meat thing and I started eating meat again when I was 17 just to give you an idea how it came about because I felt like well you know I was starting working out and everything and you’re like okay…
Trying to put on some muscle? Yeah…
And I was like oh maybe I need to eat meat again and started eating meat again when I was 17or something and that was me picky with the meat. I would eat but sort of starting to eat that again and the moment I left home actually, when I left home to study in the United States… with the study I was involved in… in College it became clear to me that you know it didn’t really matter if it’s animal or sun based proteins and as a matter of fact it seem more logical to have sun based proteins, the prime apes that we are.
Did you ever encounter any health issues when you started to eat the animal protein or did you ever embark on the healing journey specifically because you encountered any health issues?
No…as a matter of fact I think that’s somehow I put the health on the back burner. Number 1 because I worked out so health was never an issue. When you workout you can pretty much eat whatever you want and you’ll be fine to a specific degree or in a certain point. And I was young enough that it didn’t matter?
Unless you’re poisoned by medication.
But as a matter of fact I did have health issues… I have asthma a kid. I had asthma but that’s not because of animal protein, that because of starches which is another topic. So… my idea was I was always interested in health and everything because my parents being in the…my mom being a nurse, my dad was a special educator so everything he deal with psychology of kids and stuff like that, health and food was always a topic at home and even in my extended family. It was very very clear at least in my family that what you put in your mouth conditioned your health status. They’re difficult to explain but that’s really what it was… my background yeah.
That’s very interesting to me because what I find, what I encounter like these people who are healers is that there’s like a something encoded in their DNA, that’s like the conversation was… like the family unit have already kind of conversation or something like that so do you find that to be true… do you know anything about like your ancestry or like anything?
It so nice that would be interesting to you because I didn’t grew up with them but my mom ’s father who is a Native American which my mom told me couple of years ago that… she mentioned that… oh but you know your grandfather was a healer or something back in March and I was like what? How come you never told me that and yeah he…people came to my grandparents house to you know could be a women who were pregnant and needed to place to stay until they were able to deliver the baby and they would actually pay for the dowry if they needed one and people who got sick for whatever reason they come to my grandfathers’ and my grandmother’s house and my grandfather would go and get the plants that they needed to get back together. My grandfather you know healed my mom, their entire life with plants and with fasting, and purges and I didn’t know that and I had no idea but it happened and she mentioned that on a conversation that we could’ve missed altogether and I still wonder why that didn’t ever cross their mind but what was interesting is that he never liked meat which I did not know. My mom told me that my grandfather ate meat because his wife cooked meat and his wife was a carnivore as well and she was a type 1 diabetic of course because she liked meat so much but he just ate a little bit of what she cooked because he loved his wife but kept telling her you know I’d rather you not do that. He would just eat it anyway but if he was left alone on devices, he would never ever cooked meat… ever. So like what you said there was something there that you know I’m 42 this year and it just, I only learned of that couple of years ago…
So something has passed down to you essentially…
It sort of looks like that way.
So tell me about a… so you moved from Boston, you went to Paris and you somehow came across this lady who has now pretty much changed your life right and this is kind of like this is now what you do for a living… is this correct?
Yeah she a… so when I was working at a pharmaceutical industry, it became more more clearly to me that what, how I was living my own life, you know I was spinning instructor, I was working out like everyday of the week except for the weekends, I would eat…really into you know I was including green juices in my diet, I cut off all the meat…I was like I don’t need that I’m just going to make the juices and everything. And everything that I started…it wasn’t something that I could describe as something in me shifted were I completely lost interest in what I doing in the lab. It was super interesting on a. Intellectual level but I did not care anymore to actually do the bench work, it was like hmmm…
Do you think you were like a removed from the matrix a little bit…
Well… I was never quite in I think. If I may say to myself… speaking of which when that movie came out I remember coming out at the theatre like I was thunderstruck and my friends were all talking about how great the special effects were, how great the animation was and other friend of mine was you guys don’t understand what it was about, it has nothing to do with special effect like this is like yeah it made sense to me back then in a way that that trilogy is a reference for me…
Yeah, same here.
And I think the idea that it was more subtle than that.
Okay is it maybe like a… your soul now knew the direction of its path maybe more?
So again the point… it became more and more clear to me that I need to go back to Europe and I was trying to find a way to find a job where I could at least go back and forth from Boston to Europe or even from New York or wherever. I mean I had been… at that point I had been to United States for 13 years right? So I had my life, I had my friends, I had my great apartment in Boston, I have great life and there was no reason for me to leave that and everybody kept telling me, “why do you want to come back?” I said I don’t know. And then because I was tired of giving that answer I started to tell people well… I started to come up with an answer and I’d tell well you know it’d be great if I could just you know apply the fact that I speak French, I speak English and you know kind of put that in my work life, I want to travel more and now I wanted do this and that… and at that point I was the Vice President of the Harvard graduate consulting club. So I was interested in many different consultings and we actually being Vice President of that club we did have real measuring consulting cases that we were pursuing pro bono for a lot of companies around Boston area including Novartis actually but we did have a lot of pro bono work just to just try to get to a consulting, measuring consulting wealth. And so I look into that and see if I could go back to Europe with that route and everything on the paper was right, but nothing worked. It was the strangest thing, when people needed people actually sought me out to interview for positions either in the managing, consulting or in pharmaceutical industry or stuff like that and nothing worked out. It was weird to me like I don’t understand and then maybe it’s the ostrich in me I’m trying to put my head in the sand but I found like okay whatever we’ll see what that leads and at some point I came to a point where the only way for me to stay in United States would have been cause I didn’t want to pay for a green card, I’m not spending $5000 for a green card sorry you know I think if the United States doesn’t recognise that spending 13 years living taxpayer dollars getting an education is not enough for me to stay here then…
And if you have a lot of value to offer…
Yeah I felt it’s what the book says you know if he’s not that into you then move on… and so I decided to… it came to a point where I was like I just had blown all my shots and I had a month to make a decision either I went back to academia, ask my old boss to hire me for few months you know and kind of like eat dirt, and figure out what I was going to do next or I was just going to leave everything and go back to Europe and start fresh there. And I had a month left to decide and I told my friends, a friend of mine, a very good friend of mine and I told her look I need to come back, I don’t know what I’m going to do. Can I cross at the place and she said yeah sure. So I came back to Europe. And it was…again I felt compelled to go back to Europe and came to a point where I had to justify that decision because it didn’t make any sense but yeah I don’t know how else to say that but I just felt compelled to come back.
So when you came back, you ran into this woman and basically she now is mentoring you…
Yeah… we’re actually working together now.
Oh you work together and so I mean tell me a little bit about what you guys are doing so basically you’re healing people with all types of ailments like can you just give a kind of list of things that you’re healing people with?
Yeah…so changing people’s diet that’s one of the pillars of the whole thing and aromatherapy is a big one. It’s just surprising how much it can do with this aroma therapy. Phytotherapy as well, energy healing for some people. I’ve learned it, I don’t practice it on a regular basis but every once in a while that’s useful for me at least for my patients and at least because I learned that with somebody another great guy in Paris… you know I know a lot of healers because of that because of another guy, another people who do actually trained with me so if I can’t do it myself or don’t have time to do myself I have people I recommend people with that. And of course the Wim Hof method, with the breathing exercise of breathe work is a big one.
Right so you guys have the pillars with oxygen, basically elimination, diet, and a what else is there… there’s one other… sleep yeah.
So that’s exactly, that’s great way of getting people trying to understand what is going on… when a kid is born the baby will teach everything you need to know about health and if these 4 pillars work your body will generate and will start healing itself. Healing is not a mind thing, it’s more of a mind learning to step away from what the body needs to do. And the 4 pillars you’re right, first thing a baby does is seeking his first breathe so breathing is a very first thing that’s why breathe work…
Now we breathes through the nose right?
Yeah and that’s why breath work is so powerful because it’s up there, that’s the first thing you do, that’s your first food. And you can do a lot with breath work. Only with that. Second thing of course is eating so they baby’s going to suck his mom’s milk and it’s going to be eating the food that is the most appropriate for you. Third of course then the baby rest and falls asleep and that’s another pillar that you need to take care of. And the fourth being – elimination. So when the kid wakes up after sleeping you know, the kid has pooped or peed or both and so you need to be able to eliminate the residues of your digestion but you also need to eliminate poisons, you need to eliminate toxins, and you need to eliminate things that are not needed by your body, and not wanted by your body and that’s 4 pillars work than the body is able to regenerate, the body is able to repair and heal. And what she taught me and what I practice now is…and I tell people I’m not here to heal you. I’m here to help you…
You do what your body needs basically
Yeah to teach you how to keep these 4 Pillars straight. And if you do that, the body’s going to do the rest. So I don’t think anybody should take responsibility for healing anybody… even yourself. It’s your body. Your body is… this is my personal view and you know that’s only me but I hate it when people talk about the body that gets a thing and I hate it when people talk about the body as the unconscious, to me it’s another consciousness. It’s another consciousness that you could have or take with and that consciousness only job is to keep you alive that’s his only job.
It’s a self healing machine…
Yeah keep you alive and keep you balanced. And sometimes you you know if you ever… I’m sure you played that game where you know your your head on the tip of the bat of the baseball and turn around and try to walk straight so… you can argue that the person is trying to walk a straight line after doing that can’t balances after the body doesn’t know what he was doing, as a matter of fact the body is trying all the time to keep you balanced but you fucked up to start with so it’s trying to do something and of course it looks like crap in the end but it was doing its work, but you’re trying to keep your balance since you’ve been turning around in a circle and making the body not knowing what’s up and down right? That’s what happened with health we do so much damage with our bodies, we do so much damage to these 4 Pillars that the body has to try and compensate constantly to that assault of its own balance, to its equilibrium… and then the body has to prioritise and… you know what I’m going to have you do this first because, you’re going to do that then everything else goes to give us a crap… I’m going to give examples but not extend myself too much – Cholesterol levels rises. So that’s going to be part of my next book I’ll talk more about the limbs and stuff…. People see you know somebody’s cholesterol level you know being super high or something, oh that’s not good because then you’ll get atherosclerosis then you…
Arteries clog …
And they don’t understand that the reason why the body is making so much cholesterol…
Is to heal…
Yeah even if you don’t eat animal protein is because your arteries are weak and it need some type of a glue, some type of something… rupture, foods going to make a lot of cholesterol to make sure that your arteries are not going to rupture and of course when you take statins the first side effect of statins are aneurysm. It’s the first thing obviously so it looks like your body is screwing up and actually it’s not. It’s trying to compensate for something that you do that is wrong and it’s thinking that it’s temporary and of course it is not because you are not supposed to live like that for a long time. And your body has a sort of middle term type of remedies for things because it’s assuming that you know you will do, you will cooperate. Your body is going to scratch your back and and is going to scratch in…
You’re going to take care of it. Same with the blood pressure right.
Same with the blood pressure, high blood pressure is when you have a lot of starch residues behind your arteries so your tissues are starve from fluids and that keeps the pressure up. The minute you take, get rid of these residues then flow starts to come back to tissues and then the pressure comes down that’s why when you exercise you don’t have high blood pressure because you put that extra work on your lymphatic system and you sort of force it to work more so you get that basically the pressure’s going to sucked up in your tissue and you won’t have that high blood pressure issue.
So yeah so one thing I always find interesting too is cause you know a lot of people who are dehydrated, the first symptom or sign are like on a cellular level first happens on the body then it goes cellular. It’s inflammation and when the inflammation starts blood pressure goes up and then they go to the doctor and then the doctors gives them the pill and the pill which is toxic goes into the cells and the cells have to decide like what we’re talking about. The cells have to say hey how do I take care of you, do I get rid of the toxins, do I get rid of the water and then that turns to a another battle…
Yeah so what you have to understand is that the pharmaceutical industry doesn’t know how to help the body, that’s not his job, and I’m not saying that’s an evil plan from someone who’s throwing some moustache. I’m saying that it’s not the strategy of a pharmaceutical industry. As a scientist when I work in a pharmaceutical industry, the strategy was to inhibit things, it was block things, it would have target In terms of proteins and enzymes. We have targets to block their action so when you block a protein, you block the body. Plants work in a totally different strategy you know if you could argue that plants have energy but when you give something an essential oil not inhibiting anything…
Your stimulating like gene expressions.
Exactly… so you’re helping the body. When you give someone a plant you’re helping a body, you’re not preventing anything from happening, that’s a very new paradigm you know… mindset when someone is sick to prevent something from happening that’s starting from the 50s. People got sick and they were healed in living cities, they live in countryside, they’re healed with plants, kind of like the grandmother type of remedy. The mindset was always to help the body. And that has completely changed instead we block the body from doing something, we even block bacteria from doing their work and that’s their job to clean up when your immune system can’t.
And that’s led us down a dangerous path now because we’re created the super bugs… Cool, so here’s a question for you. So I have a client that has a certain type of breast cancer and I can’t remember what it was called but it’s went to a stomach and she was having a stomach issue and she is a… she’s looking at you know the normal medical process and she going down to Jacksonville here in Florida. And I said hey, you know I was always putting doubt there, have you ever looked into alternative methods and she was like well I’m looking at a lot of things, there’s a ton of different options. Is that something that just by giving those healing steps or process that could be healed through the plants, through the breathing, through elimination?
So somebody who develops cancer. Number 1 we need to define what cancer is. And I’m not saying that I’m going to do that, I’m saying that when you get a biopsy and looking that on a microscope, even that we have ways to determine the samples of these cancer or not, it’s not that easy. And nowadays doctors because of the pressure for diagnosis, they would rather declare something cancerous just in case they missed something especially in the United States, where you could be sued for missing a diagnosis. We don’t have that problem in friends just yet, it might happen well…
So to bring it back actually… a good way of putting it is cancer is the body’s way of protecting itself right? Would you say it?
Well… my definition of disease has that a disease is only 3 things… only 3 things. Disease is the blockage, the slowing down or the hindrance of elimination process. So if the body is trying to eliminate something and it’s blocked, it’s slow down or if it’s prevented in any reason for example put to medication then you get, you could have a problem, you create disease. So basically a disease is a manifestation of the body trying to cleanse itself but not being able to finish the job, it stuck somewhere so anytime you’re fighting disease, you’re fighting the body and when people tell me that oh you need to fight cancer, walk against cancer walk against this or that… I’m like you’re walking against your body…
Yeah and when you go there to have donuts, and a bunch of crap for you to eat while walking for cancer…
Exactly that’s always put a smile to my face. So because that’s the way your body is stuck there, usually your body is stuck there because of vaccination, because of constant bombarding of people’s body with anti-inflammatory, compounds with antibiotics…
So you say like Advil…
Yeah so all these things that stop the body from doing something then the body can’t… think of your body as a kid and actually your body is your inner child in a way. Your body whenever you give it, let’s say you have a kid who’s have a rough life right? Any time the kid wanted to do something an adult would just slap him across the face. Every single time the body is trying to speak, you know, he’d would get a slap in his face. At some point the kid is now going to stop talking, and the kid is going to start being very sneaky, like a smart kid will know well, if I talk I get beat up so I’d rather not talk and do whatever I want but I just want to make sure that I’m not going to get caught. And that sort of what, how the body is. So the body has been… ever since the kid is you know was born and people give them anti-inflammatory drugs when there’s a fever or whatever. Then the kid just stops, the body stops responding or it responds less and less it starts finding back doors, way of doing things. And whenever you try to get the connection back to your body, it’s kind of a silly thing for a kid that has had or a teenager that had passed to beat them up again when they can’t solve a long division points, you’re not going to stop to cross their face again, you’re going to help them and it’s the same thing when your body can’t finish the work they want to because it has not been able to do that their entire life, then instead of stopping it and slapping it again, you’re going to try and help it. So if disease is blockage slowing down, or hindering things or elimination process when you’re talking health. What are you going to do is unblock what is blocked, speed up what is slowed down and you kind of resume what is stopped or hindered. So without plants, and without cleanses what happens… when you give the body what it really needs is you might resume the old diseases that you had before. So it kind of like, it looks backwards like oh I’m doing great, great…great! And then all of a sudden you going…
Basically Herx reaction. Herxheimer, so it’s basically like you feel the same problem you had when you got the disease, it’s just reverse in the reversed.
Yeah so the idea is that when you used plants and when you use cleanses you help the body out, so you finish the job and sometimes if you use cleanses the right way you won’t even see the manifestation of disease starting up again because you’re going to keep clearing the lymph, the circulating lymph, it’s going to clear it as it gets loaded by the body regularly to be expelled later. So plants do that especially in particular they will trigger gene expression they will reactivate organ function. What essential oils do on gene expression is just astounding. They will also… so people talk about certain essential oils like tea tree or cinnamon or oregano like antibiotics than anti-anything… ortho biotics. The suffix Ortho in greek means right angle, makes something right. So it puts the balance back in the microbiome, in the diversity of the microbes you have. So it’s going to prevent by helping the body eliminate faster, it’s going to be prevent the accumulation of the bacteria, pathogens and that we’ll talk about maybe later and it’s going to prevent them from proliferating too much and help the good ones establish some sort of a barrier against them. So it’s never going to kill everything. If you give somebody antibiotic, it can kill everybody. And they’re just as effective. In the end, no more infection but one of them killed everybody and the other one… so the difference between having a global war everybody dies and then theres no more war or having be able to declare peace treaty. At the end no more war but you have 2 different scenarios there…
And one is a win-win and the other is like lose-win.
Yeah in a way…lose-lose
There’s a way… if you look at both ways I guess.
Yeah you’re right. So you’re body need to be able to eliminate residues and we focus a lot… a lot on acids and you know alkaline diet and acidic diet and stuff, that’s half of the story, that’s actually not very interesting story. Well if I say so myself. I think acids are a great story to tell because it’s fairly easy to get rid of acids… fairly easy so you can alkalise your diets, breath works is an amazing way to get rid off acids. When people want more information on that they can listen to what Wim Hof has to say about it.
Yeah you know what I did yesterday? Which I’ve done a few times cause I do a Wim Hof breathing in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber.
Oh God how was that?…
It takes to the next level and I did it actually yesterday while microdosing on mushroom
Good for you…
Yeah so I was experimenting for the book kind of like seeing what works but…
I’m actually experimenting with essential oils but that’s another thing…
Okay yeah I could do that… yeah, cool… so getting rid of acids…
Acids is fairly easy, if our body only had to deal with acids it would take its toll on the gene pool on the individual life, it would definitely take its toll but the body could sort of cope and the body would still have ways to tell the mind to stop. People used to still get gout when they ate too much meat. They don’t anymore before of anti-inflammatory drugs the body is taking so the body doesn’t better response anymore even though we eat 5-10x more meat product than we used to. So the body, you just cut down that particular red flag for the body and then you don’t know anymore when you eat too much animal product. So I’ll give you an example, I’ll try to make it as short as possible is the inuits. Inuits are renowned meat eaters, that’s pretty much all they eat, all they use to eat…
They live off fat right?
Yeah and that’s what actually gave people the idea of keto diet. First of all they ate… they didn’t eat everyday. Most Inuit they would eat once a week, or once in every 10 days or something. They would eat the animals, the meat was raw. I think some of the animal parts would be cooked but I don’t think, I don’t remember exactly… but anyway most of the meat they ate was raw number 1. And number 2 they are not sedentary, they’re actually are used to be a people that are actually travelled around so in the summer and in the spring and summer time, the The Shamans would have access to plants that would grow and these people would have cleanses. They would cleanse their body off of the things they’re eating for the entire winter and the entire fall. They have cleanses, they have fasting, there’s a whole ritual around carrying their body after the cold season. The minute that colonisation take over basically they started being more sedentary. And doing so, they started cooking their food, meat. But what’s more important they started eating to cook starches…
…and that’s when you know the crappy hit the fan because the minute you add cooked starches to your diet, you clog your body. You threw wrench into the body’s mechanism of cleanses.
So give us some of the worst offenders of cooked starches… I know we talk about rice right?
Yeah so the one that a lot of people talk about is gluten so they think about wheat and they’re like oh I’m gluten free… great but then they eat rice instead. So gluten is interesting because it;’s a very… so whenever you cooked a starch, so anybody chemist will tell you the same thing, anybody who’s ever worked in the lab will tell you the one thing that you never ever want to do… is heated up…
Because it changes the molecular structure right?
“Absolutely. And the only time you will heat up your sample is because you put a compound in it like the urea you use usually or soap that will prevent the molecule from reacting with one another. But if you don’t have these we call them denaturing agents if you don’t have denaturing agents the macromolecules, the bigger molecules are very reactive and it’s going to, they’re gonna start cross-thinking and bind to one another and start reacting and become things that your body doesn’t know what to do with. So that happens…”
Yeah the body… that’s the UFO for the body. Something you doesn’t recognise, you’re going to have enzymatic tool to deal with it. And so that happens with proteins, also happens with starches and it actually happens even more with starches because starches… anything that is in the sugar family is super reactive. Aldehydes and alcohol, and these are reactive molecules. So they’re going to cross thinkvery very easily and from weird stuff and it’s going to start gelling so whenever you want to make a sauce thicker what do you do? You add a spoonful of…
We use arrowroot.
Yeah you could use arrowroot or you could use a… something like a you know… corn flour… and makes it thicker, that’s exactly what happens to your lymph.
That makes sense now. That’s a great analogy. That’s perfect. So here’s a question for you. So your family is from Martinique?
So being from the West Indies, so I know my wife is from the West Indies as well and they have cassava, and that’s like a staple like, they have the provisions… so that’s what they lived off. Is that not a good starch? Is that affecting them?
Any starch… it was never…Okay, so that’s the point I’m trying to make because I think people sometimes tell me well we’ve been eating cooked food forever. And I’m like no… we haven’t been eating cook food forever number 1 and number 2 this were very different conditions. Before the 50s, before the industrial revolution ifs you think about it… it really spread up in the 50s… people would eat simple staple foods. So for lunch and for dinner usually what do you have? Some sort of a soup. Something that was boiled in water…
Vegetables… even with meat or fish but it was a soup of some sort with bread. Some sort of bread it could be cassava bread, it could be pretty much anything, some sort of a bread. But the main dish was something boiled in water… that’s number 1. So we all eat like Louis the 14th right now. We all have an appetiser, an entrée and a dessert. That’s new, that is the first time ever in people’s life that everybody is eating on that.
Yeah even the poor people of today are eating better than the people in the hundred and 20 years ago.
Exactly… well “better”.
More I should say.
Well more… yeah so the people used to have very simple diet number 1, the food is very simple. Obviously everything is organic.
Not to worry about pesticides… blocking.
Exactly… and people ate a lot of fruits because it was cheap. So they ate a lot of fruit and vegetable because it was a cheap stuff. Meat was super expensive. So they did eat starches because that was cheap as well but again there was water in what they ate… and they ate… so they had simple food, they had access to fruits and vegetables mostly because these were good fillers they knew that, everything was organic and when you live in the countryside which was back before the 50s most people live in the countryside… very few people live in the cities. People live in the countryside didn’t have the meansto see a doctor. So when they get sick what do they do? They fasted, and they took plants. So at no point even though they ate cooked food at no point in their lives they would go against their body’s need to cleanse. Whenever their body needed to cleanse, they would sit that one out, rest, fast and take plant medicines. So even if they did the staple food but not right for them, they did have the body cleanse the way they needed to and they did most indigenous people actually had cleansing practices that they did especially for kids that 2, 3, 4x a year the kids will cleanse. Sometimes with a sea water. There were different types with oils, with sea water, with plants, there were cleanses that was important. And that makes a world different because nowadays people have very complex types of food, very processed, everybody is able to process food. You can boil, you have an oven, you can do a lot of stuff, everybody can bake and everything. We have recipe books and everything. So everybody has a very easy access to very processed food even if it’s home made by the way. So food that is very processed, very in water, most of what they eat is not organic and it’s very processed so very denature from its original form. When people get sick they have access to medicine that actually stops the body from doing to what it’s doing. So they stop eating, taking plants and people never fast ever. When people get sick, what does the medical community tell them? You need to eat more.
When I was at the hospital my intestines was twisted they gave me at the hospital – bacon, coffee, pancakes, and I think there was a gelatin like jello thing and at that time I was like laughing… Are they trying to kill me? Like what are they doing and obviously yeah…
The only thing they do right I think at the hospital, I don’t think they do it in the United States but I know what they do in France is that after 6pm you don’t eat anymore. Your last meal is at 5. That’s the only right thing they do. And the only time they tell you to fast is because you’re headed to surgery and they don’t want you vomit on the table… The reasons why you can’t compare the cooking habits, the food habits of our grandparents with the food habits that we have now. We eat the food but in a very very different conditions and we never cleanse our bodies, we never let the body (50:38m) needs to and whenever it’s trying we’d stop it so obviously we’re going to have much much much more problems than they do.
Yeah… totally makes sense. So back to the question I had… Someone has cancer and basically they’re replicating these cells and is that something that can be reversed, stopped at its tracks by just giving the body what it needs?
Yes… so that’s half of the story. First, we need to give the body what it needs. It’s like having a car like a regular car and having put in your engine a diesel gas. So the first thing you need to do is stop and put in a regular gas in your car, that is the first thing you need to do. You’re not going to keep putting diesel in your engine. But second thing you need to do is cleanse your engine. So it’s one thing to give the body what it needs to start regenerate but you need to cleanse the body. And you won’t cleanse the body until the body has enough energy to do so. The first thing that’s going to happen is to give and stop eating crap and give the body what it needs and that’s going to give the body energy and the energy is going to rise and rise… And whenever the body hits an excess energy, that’s when the body starts cleansing. 2 cases when your body cleanses…
It’s going to start cleansing?
Yeah… it’s going to start the process. At least it’s going to start and resume something. So the first thing that the body does… The 2 cases when your body start to cleansing mechanism on its own, the first one is when you have excess energy. You’ve eating a lot of fruits, you’re on vacation you’re going to the sun it’s summer, taking time you are resting. So all the pillars are getting better and better, you toggle above a certain thresholds that is variable between one person and another and then all of a sudden your body cleanses. Second case when your body does that, and that’s one of the reasons people you know they’re like – oh you know I went to vacation and now I’m sick. Yeah you had access…
Processing out all the crap.
And now you’re body is able to get rid of whatever t6hey get rid off. It looks like a disease because the process slows down, incomplete or it’s blocked and so it’s disease. The second case when the body is going to do that is when your body has to deal with a shock. It could be emotional shock, physical shock, it could be trauma, it could be thermal shock. That’s the interesting part of the Wim Hof method. The body is going to try and cleanse because it’s in a way you’re going to trigger the fight or flight response. You’re going to trigger an impulse of internal energy to expel something. And the body is going to do that, it’s going to try to cleanse and the cleansing mechanism is very important to understand normally so you have 3 exhaust pipes.You have your colon for solids, you have your bladder for fluids and things that are soluble in water, and the colon is for things that are solid and non soluble in water and then you have your lungs for gases. When your body is trying to expel mucus and I guess it’s a good segue way to talk about mucus, when your body is going to expel mucus, you’re going to try expel a solid through your gas pipe, that can’t go right when you’re having bronchitis that’s exactly what happens. You’re body is trying to expel mucus through your lungs and your lungs are just made for you to expel gases so this is going to be long and painful, this is going to be slow, that is disease because that is the only way out your body was able to find. Because usually, either the person has been denied of having diarrhea as a kid several times every time the kid had diarrhea you stopped it… that’s at some point the body to stop doing that or sometimes genetically it has degenerated so much that the body doesn’t even consider that option. And Chinese medicine also teaches you that if your colon is blocked, the lungs are going to take over.
Hmmm… so that’s what’s going on with my son actually.
Yeah if your son has a lot of a lung problems or even sneezing and stuff, that’s mucus coming out of the lung pipe and what you want to do is make sure that the body goes back to use the right one. So you should have the mucus type of diarrhea when you’re body is trying to expel mucus. It’s much faster, it’s complicated for your body when you have “food poisoning” for an instance. Usually that’s your body expelling by the right outlet but it’s too slow.
Yeah he got salmonella.
Yeah so then the salmonella finds a perfect playground because it’s staying to eat mucus, bacteria eats complex carbohydrates.
That’s why he would always crave carbohydrates. So he would constantly crave it so he could feed…
Yeah and on the biosphere, the organisms that are specialised and degrading. Complex carbohydrates are actually mushrooms or fungus so that’s a speciality. Actually if you see a tree trunkthat is dead in the forest you’ll find mushrooms… that’s their job. But mushroom only only operate with oxygen. If there’s no oxygen there’s no mushrooms, there’s no fungus. So when there’s no oxygen who takes over? Bacteria because they can live without. So people who have issues candida albicans than people who tend to not to have issues with oxygen intake in their bloodstream, most people don’t and they will have a bacterial infectioninstead… So you have 2 poisons, 2 real poisons or humans. First one is animal product – proteins and the second one is cooked starches and cooked starches make mucus so it doesn’t matter if its rice or whatever it’s going to make mucus. Some mucus is lighter than other for example – gluten is very heavy. It’s going to stay around the lower part of the body, it’s going to stay around then digestive tract kind of hinder a lot of exchanges with the legs, the genitals, the leg area, the colon. It’s going to stay down there…
It kind of kicks on there right?
You have other type for example rice, potatoes, make very light type of mucus and that travels more around the body. It looks like rice has a tendency the lingo if gonna be using jargon for a minute probably call it a tropism. It’s going to preferably stay in a certain part of your body, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t go to the others but likes that area a lot, and rice loves the upper body area. It’s going to love the head area so people who have sinus infection, rhinites ear infection, people who are shy, people who are very scared of everything, autism is another one. Rice is a bad news. Rice is going to make it worse… so many people gluten freeAt first it’s going to feel better because all of a sudden the digestive tract is sort of liberated in a way, you stop poisoning the digestive system so you have more nutrients coming through, you have a different type of intestinal flora, of microbiome growing. Usually the parents because they think that’s the way we’ve been brought up, the parents think that they need some sort of a starch, they’re going to start eating rice instead…
Plus they go through withdrawals if they don’t have the starches right? Then they start screaming and crying and the parents will like… alright! Take it.
Exactly… and rice is horrible for that. Rice is bad. So obviously if you take whole starches it’s not as bad but it’s still bad. So I’m never going to tell someone to except of you, people who have really bad asthma, people who are autistic or something, or people who have like mental issues.
So, do you help people with autism as well with some of these protocols?
Yeah… schizophrenia, autism, bipolar disorder…
Oh wow okay. Because I considered myself like I was going to write a book about… one of the book I’m writing now was about healing hackers but I was deciding whether I make it two. And the other one was going to be autistic at 27 because I felt after researching and researching forever I felt essentially that I became… I had the symptoms of what an autistic kid did except I got them all after I was fully neurologically developed and I was able to like cognitively put the pieces together and I started treating myself as autistic kids did and I started healing. And so I don’t know if that’s connected. And this is another question I had for you is people who had the MTHFR gene mutation have a harder time detoxification or detoxing…
So is that something that you guys work with too? Because a lot of autistic kids have the gene mutations a lot of times.
So autism doesn’t just dropped like that from the sky. Usually it’s a result of damage done by medication.
Right… blocking the pathways.
Yeah it could be a vaccine. Actually, it usually started in the vaccine. I’ve seen consequences of vaccine being other than autism. I have seen more diabetes, the juvenile diabetes coming from vaccination than autism but maybe because in France people eat different types of starches because that’s also something to consider, what types of starches people eat, what there diet. Because to me you really have to understand this are the 2 poisons – Animal proteins because they’re rich in glutamate among other things and for other reasons…
Which is a poison.
And cooked starches. And these are the two types of bullet in your magazine . Everything else is just a trigger. So of course if the magazine is loaded and you pull the trigger then it going to shot. If you take the bullets out of the gun then you can pull the trigger all you want, nothing is going to happen. So pesticides, heavy metals, this and that…pollens, whatever… it doesn’t matter. If your body is clean it won’t affect you. So why does it affect you and not somebody else it’s another issue because basically you know when you look at your screen right now you have 3 diodes in your screen – you have a red one, a blue one and green one, tiny deluted ones and mixing the colours of the three things makes 16 million colors that you can have on the screen. So same for health you have the crystals or the precipitated acids, you have the mucus and then you have the genetics which is a mixture between your personal history which is epigenetic and your ancestry; which is like your hardcore genetics. So with these 3 things you’ll do every single disease on earth. And it’s going to look different like colors are different but we do it with these 3 things. So a kid… usually kid who develop autism are kids that were… not always but a lot of the times, these kids have very powerful bodies as a matter of fact somebody who is always sick is not somebody weak. It’s the total opposite, somebody who’s sick is somebody who’s body is still able to say I need to cleanse, I need to get this out of me and of coursethere’s other people that are the most medicated. My point was that… when a kid has had a mucus type of diarrhea, it’s more and more difficult to find kids who are ableto be able to do that… like these green diarrhea, very mucousy diarrhea…
My son had that…
A kid who has that is a kid who has a very powerful body.
My son has a very powerful body. He was born like head up like he held his head up on the first day he was born.
There you go. And somebody who has a very powerful body are able to eject, to get rid of mucus through that route very early on because the first thing that the kid’s going to do after being born if he’s inherited a lot of the crap basically that was hanging around his mothers lymph because a kid develops in his mothers lymph after all. The first thing it’s going to try and do is so basically the kid’s going to take part of the mother’s load actually…
The toxic load…
It’s going to try to get rid of it because it’s a small surface area with the same power and it’s going to be easier for the kid and the kid has starting to have diarrhea and of course diarrhea scares everybody. And it’s probably the scariest thing that could happen to modern medicine anytime somebody who has a diarrhea you know you just stop it, it’s horrible…
Yeah because everyone talks about that it’s one of the number 1 causes of death in the world.
Yes. And it is if you don’t support the body it will kill you. Yeah… true. But if you support the body so you keep it hydrated, you let the thing and you don’t try to stop it, you help it with plants and you help the body cleanse then all these mucus comes out regularly. And kids who develops autism a lot of the times are kids that were stabbed dead in there tracts trying to expel mucus. Either mucus coming out of their digestive system or usually coming out of their respiratory system. And there were stabbed dead on their tracts like a really strong medication and that stunned the body, the mucus did not come out. It could be from the intestines, it could be an ear infection, and what happens the mucus stays in and you have mucus in your head and your body goes… it just shuts down. You get glues, you get mucus in your head, all of a sudden you get that veil on your brain basically and you start going into yourself and because you’re intoxicated you will only ask for, you basically ask for the type of food that favours the lymph.
Feeds the beast as they say…
Right so if the lymph is loaded with mucus, you’re going to love mucus. Mucousy type of food so you’re going to be eating tons of starches. It’s going to be your kryptonite. So the bad news is that if you are lymph is loaded with acids, you’re going to love acid generating foods. So dairy products, meats, processed food, very processed food in general… so all that is going to feed into your intoxication so that’s the bad news you’re going to be attracted to your kryptonite. The good news is that you’re going to be attracted to your best medicine as well. The medicine being in the world of plants when they’re unprocessed and raw. So you’re going to be attracted to foods , fruits and vegetables. Raw fruits and vegetables are the best for you. For example, somebody who is very acidic like type 1 diabetics. They love kiwis, they live pineapple, they love acidic fruits because the acid in these fruits are acids that are very soluble number 1 and they have the body displays the insoluble ones that are problem for the body. So it’s not the question of acids or base or alkaline or acidity. It’s the question is this acid soluble in vivo or not.
Okay, so that’s actually good that they’re eating kiwis and…
Yes, it helps them cleanse that out.
So they’re gonna be attracted to the medicine and it’s not the question of acid and base so basically vinegar for instance, you know like a vinegar is an acid. It’s very soluble outside of the body, different story in the body. It tends to precipitate with calcium, with magnesium, because of the nature of the soupthat is your body. It will precipitate and make crystals that your body cannot get rid off.
So even apple cider vinegar?
So that’s an interesting one because apple cider vinegar has ethanoic acid which is same as regular vinegar, or wine vinegar but it has another acid which is another very interesting one which is malic acid. And malic acid is excellent to solubilise and break down any type of stones.
Yeah… So gallbladder stones especially. It’s a great great way of making these gallbladder stones more soluble and start making them break apart. So apple cider vinegar is kind of like 2 head things so it’s interesting for people who have a very toxic type of diet, people who eat pasta and ham every night or every day. Of course when they get apple cider vinegar it’s going to be better for them so it always depends on where you start from. Same thing if these people who eat only pasta and ham every night with butter or ketchup whatever or with cheese… all of a sudden if you give them yogurt, it’s going to be better because it’s alive food, it’s going to be better for them that what they’re used to.But this is still acid generating food so you’re going to plateau at some point and for people who are already eating rough foods already pass that you know doing a good job of making their lives better by changing their diet, apple cider vinegars are bad idea. You’re better off actually making green apple juices to cleanse your liver. So you probably familiar with Andreas Moritz protocol for the liver cleanse. The clock cleanse, I encourage everybody to read that book, it’s an amazing book.
So what’s the name of the book it’s called the Moritz cleanse?
Something like that but I know that in France it’s called I’ll do the wonderful or fabulous Liver and Gallbladder Cleanse…
But it’s an American doctor so it won’t be difficult to find his work. And I think he has a few videos…
And you were saying he’s the one that work with Hulda Clark you think? The belief…
So you can use apple cider vinegar. It’s going to be better for some people but you still adding so much of that ethanoic acid that is precipitating mineral in your body. Some are very good food like a lot of stuff in medicine, it’s question of doses. There’s a dosage and the vinegar has its function. It can be used for certain purposes as medication but its not a staple food. If you’re going a need to acidify any type of food you’re better off using something that is actually alkaline generating like lemon. Lemon is acidic when you taste it but it doesn’t displays these bad acid and citric acid is part of the krebs cycle so it’s recycled easily by the system and you’re able to recycle ketonesmore because you have these citric acids in the body so it always depends on where you start, and this is one of the reasons I’ll never tell a nutritionist that who tells people to eat dairy product it’s a good thing for them. I’m never going to tell that and if that person tells me oh I have great result, I’m never going to tell them they’re wrong because it depends on what the person…
And where these people start and who that person is actually helping out.
Right like if someone needs a certain bacteria for their gut then maybe raw goats milk will help them.
Maybe… and who am I to say the opposite you know that’s probably what the person needs. But we need to stop thinking of health as a path and it’s something that you… it’s a path where you cleanse your body, you go to wheres the most adequate food which is for the primates that we are… Fruits.
So as primates and as great apes basically, we’re not just primates but we are great apes. It’s a different category of primates. A diet consists mainly of 80% fruit, 89% fruit and 10-20% vegetable. So vegetable are leaves, they are tender roots, they are bulbs, so leeks, onions and garlic and there are flowers so cauliflowers, artichoke, broccoli. So these are vegetables. Everything else is a fruit. A fruit is the part of the plant, the organ of the plant that contains the seeds so you have the sweet fruit that everybody knows- mangoes, bananas and all that. We have the tart fruits so you know berries, and stuffer like that and kiwis and pineapple. Pineapple is a little weird because… it’s a weird fruit, it doesn’t really come from…
I drank a lot of pineapple juice and it destroyed my gut one time like I might scared to do it now.
We’ll talk about it a little later… so pineapple is great for your prostate by the way… so sweet fruits, tart ones or acidic ones, non sweet fruits so bell pepper, cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplants, zucchini, pumpkin… all these are fruits.
Yeah. Now what about people that have issue like for whatever reason I start to have an issue with the nightshades and so what I’ve been told is that can cause production of uric acid so like the eggplants, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers…
Okay so what you need to understand is that when people have start making things like kidney stones and stuff like that it’s not because of what they’re eating. Im talking about raw plants right now right… Im not talking about cooked food, thats different story. Talking about raw plants, they will trigger the release of stones from your kidneys. Stones that were already there. If you go to juice cleanse like if you’re going to drink a lot of… wheatgrass. If you drink a lot of wheat grass and your kidneys are littered with kidney stones… you’ll go to a gigantic crisis where everything its released all at once and you’ll go through like the worst nightmare of your life. And people will tell you oh you have all that raw vegetable juices that’s what cause because of the oxalic acid it cause the kidney stone happening. This is not the case… Oxalic acid of course precipitates outside of the body does precipitate certain minerals that’s true but it’s not what caused the kidney stones from happening. They were already there. What happened is that taking that green juice got rid of all the mucus that was actually holding these stones together and then it released. That’s one of the reasons when people very acidified I tend to tell them that they’re going to drink juices and stuff but I didn’t tell them that they need to alkalise, that they need to put a lot of alkaline matter in their bodies, they’re going to start cleansing with magnesium salts like magnesium hydroxide and start getting rid of the stones enough that when the mucus comes out it doesn’t…
Yeah it does not… they just don’t break in half.
So it’s like a slow deetox because people can really die from…
Oh yeah yeah… if it’s blocked, if the explosion of residues is too quick, the body is blocking the process and if you can’t help the body then yeah you can die.
It doesn’t happen very often but at least it’s going to be ridiculously painful and then that’s going to stop prevent the person from doing that ever again
Right…headaches, fevers, like aches, pains…okay.
So my point is that I’m not against modern medicine. I’m just saying that modern medicine is an emergency medicine that is taking way too far and I think it got its destroying medicine, It’s not, it’s just not… and when somebody goes for detox, somebody has like a bad case of bronchitis or bad case of diarrhea or something…eczema or boils or whatever it is. If they don’t know how to help the body, I’d rather have them stop it. I’d rather have them go to the emergency room, go to your doctors, take antibiotics, try this and try that… because to me this is emergency to give you, to buy you time until you’re able to help the body do what it needs to do. So I’m totally okay with that… and some of my patients when they said if they go through crisis for some reason… you know retreat somewhere there’s no phone connection and they’re going through a crisis although they have a crisis, a protocol they need to go through. Sometimes it’s a protocol that’s going to be tailor-made for thembut it’s not going to be applicable in every single situation and usually when they go through crisis because they did not cleanse. If you cleanse properly you never see the shade of a crisis.
Because you help the body cleanse very slowly…
Yeah just like training like when people come in if I just like killed them they would never want to come back, they’d never want to train it’s like little steps.
Exactly so when I tell people look you can… if for some reasons I’m not available, go to the doctors, go to the emergency room. Stop it, stop the crisis that you are not able to get rid off and then first thing in the morning try to get in touch with me. And if you get in touch with me that’s okay. Now you’re in touch with me… You stop being on antibiotics, you’re going to take this, this and that instead. And that’s totally okay right? For me there’s a role for modern medicine and it’s emergency role sometimes you have no other choice but to do something, to stop something because you don’t have the energy, you don’t have the knowledge, you don’t have the resources to do what needs to be done and I’d rather use to have a process because you don’t know what to do… and so you find someone who can help you.
Yeah and that’s like western medicine is the best, it’s like if you’re in emergency situation here you go. You know I appreciate that my intestine twisted, I almost died but the inverse of that is I ended up in the situation I was in because of western medicine so it’s like, this catch 22…
Because you went in the first time because the modern medicine instead of treating the cause was just treating the symptoms when it actually was not an emergency in the first place, they treating the symptoms so you went in a situation where your body was like no I still want to cleanse and then it came to a really bad crisis because of your job and because of your own genetic constitution and it makeup you had the strength to keep trying to cleanse yourself and then modern medicine came in and disrupted it once more and that was the end of it for you… and so that’s what happens.
I think it’s important to mention just on here where talking about like the epigenetic and genetics. So you’re talking about like your ancestral genetics and essentially you can be passed on this genetic kind of profile and in that profile there might be the latent gene for certain disease expression and if you eat bad food and you’re exposed to toxins, that gene expression will be turned on whereas if you’re healthy and eating the right food, that gene expression will be triggered off.
Right or it’s not gonna be factoring in a way. Not that it’s going to turned off but it’s going to be offset by something else.
Right that will be no disease.
Yeah exactly so when I hear… Angelina Jolie getting her double mastectomy just because she felt like she had the BRCA 1 and BRCA 2genes I’m like just change your diet and keep your breast. Well…
To me that’s more like a stunt to tell the world… I don’t want to get into that but thats like…but so I want to be respectful of your time I could sit here and talk to you all day honestly but so real quick kind of theme of this is healing hackers and so how is it that you give the body what it needs. What is the body needs. So real quick kind of synopsis. How do you get people to express the right genes and feel good and heal the body?
Breath work number 1, food… So I talk about nourishment, I don’t talk about nutrition. I don’t care about nutrition. It’s very important to look at that word – Nourishment. If you dissect the word it’s nourish so you have to do with making something grow. M-e-n-t that suffix…
Is the mind?
Yeah it’s the mind… so in French actually all our adverbs finish by m-e-n-t. All our adverbs so whenever you use an adverb for example Kindly would be gentiment, it’s putting kindness in the mind. In France that’s how it works. So it means a lot in a way that in our culture everything has been put in the mind by the way so… nourishment is making the mind grow. It’s not about making your body grow. The body is going to grow anyway, it’s making your mind grow, your soul so your mind and your body obviously. So it’s a holistic thing… so I don’t care about the nutrition, I care about nourishment. So nourishment is about going towards the food that actually going to make your body grow, your emotions healthy, and your mind grow second thing. Third thing – rest. I teach people to rest, gives them kind of… I don’t tell them to go to bed at 10 every night because it’s not most of the time it’s not something that they can do. But I give them the tricks to do something I called a sleeping cure so one day of the week they go to bed super early and what I mean super early is like 6PM. The one day of the week they can do that, they’re gonna use essential oils so that their mind is just triggered and is able to let go and the body can rest and they might wake up maybe at 10 and then take the essential oils again to have the body relax again, and they’re finish their night. Chinese medicines teaches you that, actually the ancients used to say that every hour you sleep before midnight counts double and Chinese medicine…
I heard that yeah…
Yeah Chinese medicines tells you why… your adrenal glands recharge according to the Chinese medicine. Your adrenal glands recharge between 9pm and 11pm. Your thyroids recharges between 7pm and 9pm. So you got to be recharged as you sleep in these hours, you’re going to be recharging 2 glands, well 3 glands – 2 sets of glands that are really important in the management of your energy. So in terms of access to energy and a release of energy. It’s a very, subtledifference. Both of these sets of glands are able to do that so you recharge these glands. So when somebody does that sleep cure, so the essential oils involved are important because it’s difficult to do it without to be very frank because it’s kind of like artificial type of thing. But because they are able to do that even if they go to bed and they sleep like 4 hours a night then the following week they’ll be fine in the morning. So I don’t encourage them to do that of course but I’ll tell them just do that so that you consolidate the third pillar – the rest one. It’s a sleep but it’s not just a sleep, resting. Take time off to do other things, not take time off to workout necessarily. Take time off to do nothing and you’re okay doing nothing. And something you’re just in bed and just like look at your ceiling and that’s what meditation helps you to be okay with not doing anything. And it could be just have a walk in the park. I tell people actually to practice grounding and then resting. So I tell them go if you have a park next to you or woods or something, take your shoes off, go walk for half an hour that’s the best antidepressant.
Yeah well that’s one thing actually I wanted to touch on to when you’re talking about you know we eat fruits and vegetables and we are electrical beings and so we need electrical food that’s alive right and so connective with the live food, connecting with the ground doing the grounding. You can actually see in the background that I have the electrical machine.
Yeah… yup I saw that… you can’t pretend being and keep a healthy life and being a living human being if you only eat dead food. At some point something is going to… it’s not going to computeand that’s the reason why… for example in terms of… I mean you’ve learned that I’m sure. A normal healthy male, adult male should eat about 2400 calories per day. If you workout it might go up to 3500.
But that’s the equivalent calories you need to be able to keep yourself a living human being with cooked food. When you eat raw food you eat much less than that.
And it gets absorbing.
Yeah after you’ve cleansed of course because at first your body is just going to start compensating for all the deficiencies it’s been carrying along. So you’re going to eat like a ton, first 3-4 months it’s going to be oh my god! Mynut budget goes crazy… especially if you cleanse regularly. Your body is going to be like okay I have all I need and I just eat and that and it’ll be fine. My brother is a crossfitter and he eats raw food all the time. And (his wife 1:34:14) actually both of them are crossfitters, they go to crossfit 5x a week and they’re fine. So because of cleanse and now the body is on autopilot and they can… I run everyday, less now but I used to run much more than I do and I workout and I get goodbye with 1500 calories a day. And if I do workout a little more or something or then I might be a little more but then when I stopped working out I just stop eating. So you’re very much into your body. So the third pillar is the rest that’s going to be important and the 4th is eliminating and this is where cleanses are important. And I know in America that are very popular. I love Dr. Morse’swork, he does — he’s anti purges and cleanses. The reality is that if you have a very solid body, you’ll be okay without cleansing because your body… you’re going to go through crisis but with the help of plants you’ll be fine. When your body is weaker it’s going to be really tough for your body to expel whatever needs to expel and you needed to help it. And all of these purges, all of these cleanses they’ve been used for ages and they are… this is how we get people other crisis. Instead of going through a crisis that is going to last for like a week or two, within a few hours it’s over.
And your body’s expelled everything and I’m the first one who experienced that. When I tell people to take castor oil stuff like that, I know why I’m telling that because I’ve been through it, I was going through like a crisis where I had bronchitis and I was told by Irenemy mentor, She told me at her place I met her I was doing one of our workshops I’ve been coughing non stop I don’t know if you’ve ever had that but…
This just happened to me this last week. It was the first time.
Non stop cough for four days to the point where it hurts and every time I was coughing I felt like somebody was stabbing me and it was super painful and I cough like all the time and I talked to her during the workshop and she said well you know now that you understand the mucus, and the acids… what is it I would think that your lungs are trying to expel mucus but it’s a dry cough and she said you’re probably too tired. Your body is even not being able to form the mucus. It’s irritating by the way that it happened after 3 week juice cleanse and every time I did this 3 week juice cleanse, the day after the first thing it happened was a fever. I never understood that, it took me time to understand once I understood why Irene was trying to say, once I went to her workshop I understood it. But it started with a fever at 4 o’clock in the morning like clockwork I did how many of this juice cleanse and likeclockworkfirst thing that happened – big fever 4 in the morning drenching the sheets… you’re expelling a lot of stuff so you are expelling acids so you’re going to have fever and then dealing with the fever all day and then the next day I was start taking essential oils and I would start coughing mucus and stuff would come out either on nose or lungs or something and because I use essential oils within a matter of 24-48 hours over…done, finished because you help the body expel really fast. But this time was different it was just before I went to a workshop and it was a dry cough and I didn’t get it and she said well you’re probably too tired, maybe you didn’t sleep enough that week or something and then your body was not able to form the mucus so now it stuck there and it feels like you know you’re coughing and you wheezing and everything. And I say “what should I do”you’ve heard what I said this afternoon, you can take castor oil instead… that’s a whole protocol with castor oil. You’d never encourage somebody who’s never taken it to just take it all willy-nilly. You’d have to understand how it work… she told me well instead of having dinner just take that… I did. Within… mind you I was coughing all the time. By the time I went to the bathroom the first time it was maybe an hour later, the minute I went to the bathroom my coughstopped and all mucus was in the toilet.
And of course I was like this is weird. This is nothing I learned in medical school and of course what do I find? This is amazing! As a former asthma patient I was like why didn’t anybody tell me this knowing that my mom grew up with castor oil, my grandparents grew up with castor oil. It was a regular thing to use in caribbean and I was the one who needed the most and my mom because she suffered from it so much, she felt like she didn’t want me to go through that but it would’ve been the best medicine for me…
So like my son kind of… so it’s interesting to hear all this up because my son had a lot of what you explained like he had a strep throat and we didn’t want to give a medication, and finally people like pressured us like hey all these crazy stuff can happen we gave him antibiotics it was like a shock to his system he kind of changed a little bit emotionally he had like… then he started like crying and having like tantrums, would cry for like bananas and like he’d freak out for the bananas and he had like a little change, I don’t wanna say he was autistic but he had like it’s not even close to it but he had like this little idiosyncrasies that went in that direction slightly and now he has every time he has a gut issue which is usually from the food, he starts to get the cough and he has inflammation in the gut and so… well one of the questions I have which I’ve already asked you and this is something that you can tell people who are going to listen to this. In that situation, how do you go about doing something, how can they work with you if they’re interested? Do you work wi9th people overseas and through Skype?
I do, through Skype I do yeah. I do Skype. Right now my material is through translations so Im still translating my material that I give people after a Skype session so right now it’s in French so it’s not going to help a lot of English speakers but I’m in the middle of doing that,It’s going to be ready by the end of the month…
But yeah that could be done through Skype. It is very important to understand the whole acids and mucus thing that people don’t freak out. Kids are… necessary you know unless they have a lot of medical issues like diabetes and stuff like that, that is more difficult because… when you have a kid, the problem is not the kid but the fear of the parents and there’s nothing wrong with that I’m just saying that could be the hindrance and the parents are going to start doing things that are kind of productive just because they’re ran by fear. And fear comes because you don’t know stuff. And this is one of the reasons I encourage, really encourage people to take classes like for essential oils, plant medications, stuff like that. Just take classes, there are classes everywhere and learn how to use plants to heal yourself, learn how to use essential oils to heal yourself and you can do a lot already even with kids and of course they’re going to tell you not to use essential oils with kids, not to use essential oils with pregnant women and I think it’s a big time joke. Of Course your should know what you’re doing… you’re not going to just give anyone any type of essential oils obviously. You need to understand the safety issues that come with it but thats like everything, same thing with using a knife right?
It’s funny because they say like don’t use this essential oil but when you inject your kids with poisons from vaccines, we’ll give them antibiotics.
And pregnant women who get chemo when they’re pregnant. And they have no problem with that. So I’m like are you kidding me?
Yeah I know it’s crazy.
Yeah no essential oil has never killed anybody.
So I’ve seen people like a kid, who like a toddler, who fell a tea tree bottle and then drank the whole thing and then the parents went to the emergency room and then oh he drank the whole thing and… again you see. You have to understand that except for certain essential oils, there are very very powerful and how to be use with caution like oregano as one…
And like wintergreen or something like that…
Wintergreen as one, oregano, cinnamon… so this you have to be… you have to know what you’re doing and they’re not very dangerous but you have to know what you’re doing . Most of the others are pretty cool like you know…you have to know that you never put them in the eye and you never put them in your genitals. Although some of them you can and it doesn’t even hurt and you know you don’t… there are certain things like all the citrus family you never put them on your skin and go in the sun, that’s going to burn your skin and you never gonna put a… something like a cinnamon on your skin, you’re not going to put in your bath… you know certain things you need to know, certain essential oils that are totally mild like lavender you can totally put that on your bath it’s fine. It’s going to be just fine. Never put mint or cinnamon in your bath, thats a bad idea… very bad idea. Mint, its… you might suffer from hypothermia with mint in your bath.
Just saying yeah…
Like in a warm bath or cold bath?
Yeah…it’s bath. So yeah you have to understand how to use them and then when you start… one of the best aromatherapist in France his name is Daniel Penoel, he goes…he travels a lot around America. He’s done amazing work on essential oils, he’d been talking about it all around the world. He developed a way of looking at essential oils thats called quantum aromatherapy and I’m pretty sure his book…(1:46:00) in English because he speaks in English so if you wanna learn more about this, read his books… another French guy because it’s a French speciality actually – aromatherapy. It’s a Baudoux Dominique and that’s his first name. Amazing books! If you wanna know anything about it just read his books and he gives recipes for this and that and try it and see like for little ailments of everyday it will work…
I’ve used essential oils on almost everything and I’ve found out how powerful they were and because I was poisoned by an antibiotic avelox, I’ve research and researched and found this formula for what they call flaux detox and I took the essential oil and as soon as I’ve took it, I basically passed out. And I woke up and felt like rested and better, I was like oh my God this things are real medicine and ever since then I’ve used them and researched and I’ve used them for my kids all the time now. So yeah powerful stuff.
Yeah once you know how to use them, it’s wonderful. I don’t think anything else you know… my parents have had some teeth removed because you know they started… even though they changed their diet but 60 years of eating like caribbeans eat, even though my parents are pretty careful about what you ate and not too much fried stuff that carribeans love that still, lots of starches and everything and so they had some teeth removed and stuff like in the back and normally you get antibiotics before and antibiotics after and you know we’ll just going to give you essential oils for same amount of time and that was it and no infection and even the dentist was like wow healing really quickly that’s weird.
It stimulates the healing process.
Cool. So… let’s wrap it up here cause I know we’ve been a… and I appreciate your time. So if someone want to work with you. How are they going to work with you?
So once I get the whole website and stuff put together, they can reach me by phone or Skype or WhatsApp or something. Right now it’s not with me ready yet. Well as soon as it is then I’ll let you know.
And yeah they can get in touch with me and we can set up a consults overo on Skype and… but at the meantime let’s not forget that you have already excellent healers in the United States I say and Im thinking about Dr. Morse and all the people he’s been training. You’ll get stellar, a help and service from people from the Morse consolation I should say.
So that I think proximity is king here I think you need to understand that, the grass is not necessarily greener elsewhere and there’s a very very… everybody that’s been training by Dr. Morse do amazing, amazing work. And the good thing is that they’re close to you, they speak your language, everything that you need to purchase or whatever is very accessible, they did great work, we can talk to them over the phone regularly if there’s an issue.
And what’s the full name? So Dr. Moritz.
And it’s M-o-r-i-s?
No. Moritz. So you have Andreas Moritz one guy with the liver cleanse – M-o-r-i-t-z Andreas, that’s the liver cleanse guy which I recommend you reading the book if you haven’t yet. And then Dr. Morse. M-o-r-s-e who’s in Florida as a matter of fact.
Okay so not too far.
And if you can train with him, on his website you can go on and can do either distance learning or you can go and learn where he is. I think he is in Jacksonville actually.
Oh okay, not so far.
I think it’s in Florida on Caribbean coast. Yeah proximity is I think is key there.
I mean Jacksonville is like 2 hours away from me so…
So yeah I think it’s a good thing to be close to your caregiver. So I’m not saying the people shouldn’t contact me, I’m just saying that…
There’s an options…
There are options that are very good options, excellent options in America and that I’m really talking about Dr. Morse specifically. You have all those but Dr. Morse and Dr. Moritz as well. And if you’re not sure about how to change your diet, you can look at… John Kohler’s videos. K-o-h-l-e-r. He has tons of videos on YouTube about health, nourishment, and not nutrition and pharma culture and stuff like that like he teaches you how to make and grow your ownfood. He has amazing, amazing work all across the boardSo this guy is worth itto check out. And he has good, very good videos about health and how you need to get nourishment from what you’re eating.
So yeah you have a very big options in America and you’re not left alone.
Yeah I mean yeah there’s a lot of people. You know I go down in the Costa Rica and theres like healers that are hiding up in the mountains and stuff and you can just… Im just amazed by them but umm… so any last closing words or healing hacks that people can do, that just can stimulate healing process?
I think first of all, if you wouldn’t put in your mouth, don’t put it on your skin.
Just saying… that’s number 1. Number 2 I would say if you’re trying to change… if you don’t plan on changing anything in your diet, at least cleanse your liver once a month. The Clark cleans or the Moritz cleanse, whatever you want to call it. – do that once a month, that’s only to do. And you’ll see, the funny part is that as you do that your diet will change.
Yeah you’ll crave different things.
Yup so it’s not going to be very… something that it comes from your body, it’s very natural, it’s not going to feel like you’re missing out or whatever. You kind of want to eat what you’re eating. You eat right? And from the outside it looks like well you’re starving yourself or you’re not enjoying whatever is that. I was like no no… Im totally enjoying what I was eating right now… I don’t wanna eat anything else – that’s number 2. Number 3 is I would say learn to nourish yourself before you feed yourself. Go from nourishment before you go to fulfilling. And so first thing you need to do without even telling yourself I need to eat raw food, I need to eat vegan food whatever. Just tell yourself I’m going to start my day by eating the fruits because that’s what I’m supposed to eat and before every single meal I’m going to be eating fruits even if it’s cooked food. Even if there’s meat in it and there’s no product or whatever, eat things that are good for you first. Reverse what you’ve been doing by eating fruit, you know if we think about it and at the end of the meal. Do it first and eat the fruit that you love the most because facing a plant based raw food item, your instinct is always right. Your instinct is going to flip and go wrong when what you’re presenting your body is non plant based, and it’s cooked. It’s going to be the other way around. So just give your body what it needs first and you’ll see what happens. It will change and you won’t have to think about it until your body is ready to cleanse so that’s probably another story if we talk about crisis and how that happen and everything and I’ll be more than happy to… I’ll talk about it more. But in the first… that’s what happens to all the people who goes through raw food, they go through raw food for like 1 years 2 years maybe and then the first crisis happens because they never cleanse and they don’t understand and they’ll feel like the raw food almost killed me, Kim probably had deficiencies, I almost lost my teeth or whatever like yeah because you didn’t cleanse, your body trying to find a way to expel the toxins and probably expelled through your teeth.
So you have to understand that. So do these 3 things and see where it leads to and again you have plenty of excellent healer in America so…
Awesome! Well thank you! I appreciate your time…
I appreciate you… trusting my input.
Oh yeah no you have a unique background so I love it because of where you come from and what you’re doing now. I think it brings a lot of information together that people need to hear so there’s like not many people have your experience and background on what you’re doing so it’s very powerful and yeah I appreciate it. I’ll be in touch with you anyways.
“Hey everyone! Cory from EarthFIT here. Today I’m going to talk about pull up progression and how to progress to be able to do a pull up without any assistance.
So if we are not on the bar yet with a band, we’ll be doing TRX pull ups and the most important thing we want to do here is we want to pull straight up, so we are not pulling from the the front like where we are with rows. So sometimes people will lead with their hips and pull up, and that’s not what we want to do. We want to keep our hips down below us so we are pulling straight up and we’re using our legs as little as possible so most tension is going to be in the upper body and the arms. And then the TRX is actually going to be as hard as you make it, we can actually make it even harder than normal pull up if we are pulling all the way with our upper body and then keeping our core engaged and this not even using our legs.
Now, once we progress we can be on a pull up bar and we usually start out with a band: we have the green, gray, orange, red and black, and they’re all in different resistances. So if you’re pulling with the band, wrap it around 1-2 feet, we are pulling all the way up and that’s giving us a little bit of help so we can build up to that bodyweight pull up but with the band we want to make sure that you’re not jumping off the boxes much. If you need a little help that’s fine but we want to progress to where you can do it from a dead hang. If we jump off the box too much we are getting all this range of motion with our arms locked out which we really need for the body weight pull up so even with the boxes, it’s just so we can get to the bar, you know you can grab onto the bar and then from here (please see the video) go to a dead hang and then from the dead hang you are going to pull all the way up, so even if I have an extra box here I don’t have to jump off of it. I can just you know let may legs go in front of it or to the side and then pull up like that.
So when we go to the bar and we are doing a bodyweight pull up, we have to do it with our arms locked out so that is why it’s important to build that range of motion, so once we progress to the lighter bands, we can eventually get to the bar and then pull straight up and all the way down, arms locked out. So that’s going to be the progression with that… big thing is we want to pull with our arms locked out, we are not jumping, cheating ourselves that first few inches making the pull up easier; we want to do what we can to make it as hard as possible so we can build it from there.
So I challenge you guys this year, try and get to the point where we are doing bodyweight pull ups.”