Chronic Disease - Processing Protocols

Though not necessarily a cure for chronic disease the Neuro-Genix approach to any disease and dysfunction focuses on its emotional/mental roots. Such may also include NG Brain Integration as well as identifying and releasing the key emotional states that often give rise or contribute to the particular disease conditions. Many of these root mental/emotional state conditions can be related to or contribute to autoimmune behavior generally stemming from or triggered by: 1) anti-self programs running at some level in the subconscious and/or 2) exogenous materials that have invaded the body through diet, environment, blood transfusions and injectants and/or 3) energetic field forces that may also include those associated with any of the above vectors (or any combination). Our approach also includes attention to specific neurological circuit dysfunctions associated with each of these conditions. Certain precursory emotional states common for each of the following chronic diseases as listed below. Individual differences and generational, genetic and epigenetic factors are also taken into account as well as new structural and functional restoration wherever possible. [1]

 

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Multiple Sclerosis

The most common root emotions related to MS have to do with control, despair, helplessness, fear of loss of love/intimacy, fear of rejection by God, inflexibility and self-judgment. Besides addressing these fears and negative emotional states and any others specifically indicated by the client mind/body the MS related processing also necessarily gives energetic therapeutic attention to optimizing, protecting and restoring synaptic myelination as well as monitoring and modulating  (normalizing) the blood/brain barrier to protect the brain and its proper neurological environment.

Complex glial cell behavior must be modulated and optimized with respect to both causative and restorative functions and properties including brain Integration, tissue repair and potential neurogenesis.

Autism

The most common root emotions related to Autism have to do with lack of a clear personal identity, shame, hurt/offended, mental rigidity and obsessive mental looping. Also various neurological circuits have become corrupted and disordered.

 

Causative emotional and chemical trauma experienced during early developmental periods must be identified, released and, where possible extinguished and associated circuits reprogrammed and rewired. Brain Integration will also be accompanied where indicated by some Brain Gym, visual/ auditory/sensory and Yoga type exercises.

Cancer

The most common root emotions related to Cancer have to do with anger, revenge, anxiety, lack of forgiveness (self and others), feeling unloved/loss of love/intimacy, and being emotionally and/or physically driven or a subconscious death wish.
 

Cancer is caused by a failure of the body's innate immune defense. This can be caused by a variety of stress sources such as the emitional states listed above, microbes, toxins, environmental factors, radiation, etc as well as generational components and various genetic predisposition markers and mutations.  The complex epigenetic expression of the DNA may actually be the most important factor in a cancer disease equation.

Parkinson's  Disease

The most common root emotions related to Parkinson's have to do with wanting to live in the past, internal/mental turmoil, fear of separation from self (not being who I really am), a need to control and fear of loss of control. Besides addressing these and any other emotional states specifically indicated by the client mind/body the Parkinson's Process also necessarily gives energetic attention to optimizing, protecting and restoring the structure and function of the brain's substantia nigra and its functional neural partners as well as monitoring and modulating  (normalizing) the associated brain and neurological environment.

 

Th Protocol will necessarily include Brain Integration, neurological re-patterning and likely some degree of tissue repair and potential neurogenesis.

Chronic Fatigue

The most common root emotion related to Chronic Fatigue have to do with confusion, despair, hopeless, low self-worth, low will to live and feelings of “can’t win.” Since CFS is actually a neurological disorder the treatment regimen, besides the release of causative negative emotional states, necessarily includes Brain Integration as well as mitochondrial protection and intestinal rehabilitation. Modulation of the microbiome is essential to both healthy immunity and mood. Autoimmunity issues and neurological re-patterning must address such things as improper white and grey brain matter distribution and optimization of the "gut brain's" neurotrasmission functions.

Alzheimer’s

The most common root emotions related to Alzheimer’s have to do with being unable to cope, co-dependency, mental poisons/negative thoughts, a belief that “I deserve punishment,” feelings of inferiority, refusal to deal with reality, withdrawal into own little (protected) world.

Besides Brain Integration and a cleaning, clearing and tissue repair (as much as the progressive state allows) of neurological circuits there is a good deal of emotional release and replacement required. And epigenetics processing will likely also be a major component of the healing protocol.

1) The NG approach to chronic disease has had to evolve in order to address changing conditions in the nation and the world. Our original focus which was mainly on the emotional, mental and informational roots of disease and dysfunction have had to be enlarged to accommodate the growing threats to human health posed by more recent and modern factors that often (and increasingly) complicate the individual personal health profile. Emotional states of mind, including the critical unconscious realm, and perceptions and personal interpretations of the outer and inner world as well as associated belief systems are still, in our estimation, the primary keys to client optimum health (both physically and behaviorally), but there are now and will be even more in the future an added spectrum of challenges to stable and optimum health. Though this growing set of potentially negative health vectors may be the cause of disease they are, as often as not, simply triggers that take advantage of more basic vulnerability at the mental/emotional (and, dare we say, spiritual?) level. Our human genome in its entirety constitutes an amazing design with many fail-safe and support systems to defeat disease, even under the onslaught of the increasing challenges presented to it by the modern lifestyle, technology and the many nuances in which greed (in product and service providers) outweighs other considerations. However, our generationally inherited stresses and traumas experienced from the womb onwards have generally left us handicapped and vulnerable to certain assaults upon our optimum homeostasis.

One of the areas that we have, unfortunately, had to address is the growing knowledge of the the both immediate and lingering effects of pernicious vaccine components. Thanks to Dr. Judy Mikovits (and now a host of others) we now know that we have already several generations with a host of potentially toxic or even mortally toxic elements lodged in our cells, blood streams, synapses and circuits introduced to our bodies via vaccines. We are not necessarily anti-vaccine. They have done much good, but through a combination of ignorance and later, opportunism, the health/vaccine relationships have been exploited to an alarming degree. Since we have almost all been exposed or subjected to these incursions and violations of our mind/body systems it should dictate that we do all in our power to maintain the integrity of our and our children's immune systems, so that they remain in control of the functional state of our health. And our emotional/mental/spiritual well-being is still hold the keys to this objective. Also see footnotes #'s 2-7,

 

NG Neurological Autoimmune Chronic Disease Process (NACDP)

  

If testing so indicates the NACDP Process may also be administered in conjunction with other NG Processes, such as Epigenome Modulation (EMP), and Anti-Aging (AAP). The numbers at the end of each line are the associated page numbers in the original full process instructions.

Contents:

  1. Multiple Sclerosis Notation & Definition. 3

  2. Other Autoimmune Details & Considerations

  3. Pre-Process Steps and Instructions. 3

  4. Entities Step. 4

  5. Fragment Reconnection Step. 4

  6. Grounding. 4

  7. Parental Imbalance Step. 5

  8. Optimum Process Flow Application Intelligence Request. 5

  9. Clearing and Process Flow Instructions of Roots and Permissive Mind/Body States. 5

  10. Linkage Audits Addressed. 6

  11. UIF Database Storage & Separate Program/Process/Pathway Calls Addressed. 7

  12. Initial Session Scan for Indexing & Registration of Clinical Signs. 7

  13. MS Patterns of Pathology. 7

  14. Session Scan for Inappropriate Proteins, Infectious Agents & Altered DNA Sequences. 8

  15. Pathogen Related Cellular Autoimmunity Scan & Prevention Addressed. 8

  16. Possible Progressive Autoimmunity Addressed. 8

  17. Session Scan for Related Permissive Low Frequency Emotional States. 9

  18. Complete Pathogen and Inflammation Scan. 9

  19. Immune System Exhaustion Addressed. 9

  20. Session Scan for Infectious Agent Permissions. 9

  21. Scan for Infectious Agent Cascade Effects & Permissions. 10

  22. Toll-like Receptors (TLR’s) Immune Related Functions Addressed. 10

  23. TLR Superfamily and TIR Subgroups Addressed. 11

  24. TLR2 Function Specifically Addressed. 11

  25. Maintenance of TRP Ion Channels Addressed. 12

  26. Specific Dysregulation of TRP’s and Ion Channels Addressed. 12

  27. Allergic Component Addressed. 12

  28. Role of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP’s) 13

  29. Infiltration Activation & Reactivation of T Cells Addressed. 13

  30. Myelin Basic Protein (MBP) Specific T Cell Effects Addressed. 14

  31. CNS Myelin Antigens & T Cell Activation Addressed. 14

  32. Modulation of Endothelial Cells Addressed. 14

  33. Subarachnoid Space (SAS) Monitoring & Modulation Addressed. 15

  34. Role of Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) Signaling Addressed. 15

  35. Lesions & Adherence of CD8+ T Cells to Client Venules Addressed. 16

  36. Role of Central Tolerance in T Cell Avidity Addressed. 16

  37. T Cell Avidity & Self-Antigen Addressed. 16

  38. CD4+ T Cells & Interferon Secretion Addressed. 17

  39. TH17, Interleukin (IL17,22) & Transforming Growth Factor-β (TGFβ) Addressed. 17

  40. Antigen Recognition & Behavior Addressed. 19

  41. Immunity Function Balance Re: Regular T Cells and Th17 (Thelper17) Addressed. 20

  42. SNP Anomalies Addressed. 21

  43. TRPC Neuronal Dysregulation Addressed. 22

  44. Neuronal Deficits Addressed. 22

  45. Intestinal Dysfunction Addressed. 22

  46. Possible Role of TPRA1 and GPCR’s Addressed. 22

  47. TRPM Channel & Metabolic Disturbance Addressed. 23

  48. CNS Impairments Addressed. 23

  49. TRP Ion Channels Further Addressed. 24

  50. Viral/Bacterial Onset & Residual Effects Addressed. 24

  51. VDR Function and Altered Genome (incl. Cancer) Addressed. 24

  52. General Microbiome DNA Transcription Effects & Chronic Disease Addressed. 25

  53. VDR Transcription Blockages Addressed. 25

  54. Reverse Transcription Associated with Vaccines & Injectants Addressed. 25

  55. Pay-Off and Conscious/Unconscious Psychological Games Addressed. 26

  56. B-Cell and T-Cell Regulation and Related Antibody Levels Addressed. 26

  57. MS & Primarily Neural Chronic Disease Dysfunctions Addressed. 27

  58. Ca2+ Ion Function and Protective Homeostasis Addressed. 27

  59. Enteroviruses Effects Addressed. 28

  60. Electron Transport Chain and Viral Oxidative Stress Addressed. 28

  61. Mitochondrial Membrane Electrical Potential Factors Addressed. 29

  62. Viral Effects upon Mitochondrial Apoptosis Addressed. 30

  63. Mitochondrial Antiviral Immunity Addressed. 30

  64. Viral Altering of Intracellular Distribution of Mitochondria Addressed. 31

  65. Viral Role in Molecular Mimicry of Host Mitochondrial Proteins Addressed. 31

  66. General Molecular Mimicry Scan of Immune Cells Identified & Addressed. 32

  67. Virus Induced Host Mitochondrial DNA Depletion Addressed. 32

  68. Session Scan for Contributory Energetic/Informational Emotional States. 32

  69. Intestinal Flora Balance & Optimum Neurotransmitter Production Addressed. 33

  70. Low Frequency Entity & Pathogen Awareness Intelligence Infusion Download. 34

  71. Family Field Imbalance Session Scan Issues Addressed. 34

  72. Generational Epigenetic Lineage Upstream Factors Addressed. 34

  73. Release of Microbe/Toxin/Stress Downstream Generational/Epigenetic Susceptibility. 35

  74. Final Process Objectives Prep. 35

  75. Call to Celestial Field Orientation Attunement Utility. 35

  76. Final Clearing. 35