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Foot Reflex Charts and Remedy Points

May 15th, 2006


Chart I (Refer to Key below)


Chart 2 (Refer to Key below)

Chart Key

  1. Top of Head
  2. Sinuses
  3. Pituitary Gland
  4. Temporal Area
  5. Neck, Cervical
  6. Upper Lymph Area
  7. Parathyroid Gland
  8. Ears
  9. Eyes
  10. Thyroid Glands
  11. Shoulder
  12. Lungs and Bronchi
  13. Heart Area
  14. Heart
  15. Spine, Vertebra
  16. Pancreas
  17. Solar Plexus
  18. Stomach & Duodenum
  19. Liver
  20. Spleen
  21. Spleenic Fixture
  22. Gall Bladder
  23. Adrenal Glands
  24. Hepatic Flexure
  25. Kidneys
  26. Transverse Colon
  27. Waist
  28. Ureters
  29. Ascending Colon
  30. Descending Colon
  31. Lumbar
  32. Small Intestines
  33. Sacral
  34. Bladder
  35. Ileo-Caecal Valve
  36. Appendix
  37. Sigmoid Flexure
  38. Hip & Lower Back
  39. Coccyx
  40. Sciatic Area
  41. Rectum
  42. Uterus
  43. Prostate
  44. Breast
  45. Lymph Drainage
  46. Fallopian Tubes
  47. Lymph Nodes (Arm Pit)
  48. Sacro Iliac Joint
  49. Ovary or Testicle
  50. Lymph Nodes (Groin)
  51. Maxilla/Submaxilla (Jaw)
  52. Tonsils

Remedy Points:

Skin

Acne : Liver(19), gall bladder(22), Adrenal Glands(23), ureters(28), bladder(34), kidneys(25).

Eczema or HERPESZOSTER : Parathyroid glands(7), Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34).

PSORAISIS or DERMATITS : Parathyroid glands(7), Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34)

Digestive System

ANOREXIA : Thyroid glands(10), stomach & duodenum(18), small intestines(32), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), rectum(41).

FOOD-POISONING : (induce Vomiting)Stomach & duodenum(18), lymph glands(6).

GINGIVITIS : Maxilla & submaxilla(51).

Indigestion : Solar Plexus(17).

Halitosis : Stomach(18).

TOOTHACHE : Stomach & duodenum(18), small intestines(32), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), liver(19), pancreas(16), maxilla & submaxilla(51).

STOMACHACHE : Stomach(18).

Ulcer : Stomach & Duodenum(18).

FLATULANCE : Stomach & duodenum(18), appendix(36).

Diabetes : Stomach & duodenum(18), pancreas(16).

APPENDICITIS : Appendix(36), lymph areas(6).

DIARRHEA, Nausea : Stomach & duodenum(18), small intestine(32), ascending colon(29), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), rectum(41), lymph areas(6).

Constipation : Stomach & duodenum(18), small intestine(32), ascending colon(29), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), rectum(41).

HEMORRHOIDS : Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), rectum(41).

HERNIA : Stomach & duodenum(18), liver(19), pancreas(16), small intestines(32), ascending colon(29), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), rectum(41).

Circulatory System

ANEMIA :

Stomach & duodenum(18), liver(19), pancreas(16), small intestines(32), ascending colon(29), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), spleen(20).

Hypertension : Head(1), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), ear(8).

SWOLLEN LYMPH GLANDS : Lymph areas(6,47,50).

HEART PROBLEMS : Heart(14), stomach & duodenum(18), small intestine(32), ascending colon(29).

IRON DEFICIENCY : Spleen(20).

BLOOD CIRCULATION PROBLEMS : Parathyroid glands(7), Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), heart(14).

Nervous System

Anxiety : Head(1), Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), duodenum(18), small intestines(32), transverse colon(26), descending colon(30), rectum(41).

EPILEPSY : Head(1), lymph areas(6).

MIGRANE : Head(1), frontal and temporal areas(4).

Insomnia : Head(1), liver(19).

Backache : Hip and lower back(38), spine(15).

NECK PAIN : Neck(5), sacral(33), spine(15).

Immune System

Allergy :

Parathyroid glands(7), Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34).

HAY Fever : Nose (front & temporal region)(5), lungs and bronchi(12), parathyroid glands(7), Adrenal Glands(23), ureters(28), kidneys(25), bladder(34).

TUMOR (CANCER) : Spleen(20), lymph areas(6), tonsil(52) (also reflex areas relating to the cancerous regions).

INFLAMMATION : Parathyroid glands(7), lymph areas(6) (also reflex areas relating to the inflamed regions).

Respiratory System

Sore Throat : Lymph areas(6), Tonsils(52), thyroid area(10).

DRY NOSE : Nose (front and temporal region)(4), parathyroid glands(7).

ASTHMA : Parathyroid(7), lungs and bronchi(12), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), lymph areas(6).

BRONCHITIS : Parathyroid(7), lungs and bronchi(12), Adrenal Glands(23), lymph areas(6).

RESPIRATORY DISEASE : Head(1), nose (front and temporal region)(4), lungs and bronchi(12), heart(14).

Joints

PAIN IN THE HIP JOINT : Adrenal Glands(23), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), neck(5), hip(38).

INFLAMMATION OF THE HIP JOINT : stomach & duodenum(18), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), hip(38), waist(27), vertebra and spine(15).

PARKINSON’s DISEASE : Head(1), neck(5), parathyroid(7), Adrenal Glands(23), stomach & duodenum(18), pancreas(16), liver(19), small intestines(32), colon areas(26,29,30), kidneys(25), ureters(28), bladder(34), rectum(41).

A One Minute Meditation

May 15th, 2006

Maybe learning to Meditate intimidates you, and in any case it’s tough to find the time for daily Meditation. The solution to both problems is an easy Meditation you can learn right now, that will only take a minute to do each day.

An Easy Meditation Technique

Breathing through your mouth expands your chest, but if you breath through your nose you’ll notice how your abdomen extends. You see, nose-Breathing causes the diaphram to pull air to the bottom of your lungs. This delivers a good dose of oxygen into your bloodstream and brain. It also tends to Relax you.

Breathing through your nose is healthier, and it’s the basis of this one-minute Meditation. You simply close your eyes, let the Tension go out of your muscles, let go of your thoughts (to the extent possible), and take four slow, deep breaths through your nose, paying attention to your Breathing.

Is Meditation This Easy?

You’re not likey to get you into a deep meditative state with this simple Exercise. You will get benefits, though. These will almost certainly include a clearer mind and a reduction in Stress.

Try to develop a “trigger” for your Meditation. You can do your four breaths when you get into the car, for example, or right after lunch each day. A trigger is a place or time that reminds you, so your Meditation becomes a habit.

Some may say this isn’t “real” Meditation, but there’s nothing wrong with enjoying the Relaxation you’ll get from this technique. You can always pursue deeper Meditation later, if you wish. In the meantime, remember that not everything has to be difficult to be of value. Why not do an easy one-minute Meditation right now?

About the author

Steve Gillman writes on many self help topics including boosting brainpower, losing weight, Meditation, habits of mind, creative problem solving, learning gratitude, generating luck and anything related to self improvement. You’ll find more at http://www.SelfImprovementNow.com

Planetary Songs

May 15th, 2006

The old Greek concept of sympatheia asserts that all forms and processes in the universe are in sympathetic or resonate relationships. The Stoic Hellenistic philosopher Posidonius (1st century BC) is credited with the doctrine of “cosmic sympathy” which lead to the Phyatooregan concept of a “Music of the Spheres” The Phythoregans assigned musical values to the stars and planets, then related those values to all aspects of living. These doctrines are available today in the ancient art of astrology. Astrological birth charts are a musical notation of our personal Resonance with the universe at the moment of our birth.

The recent field of “harmonic astrology” is an example. In astrology the visual relationships between planets in the night sky are called aspects. Harmonic astrology gives each aspect a sonic value based on the musical overtone or harmonic series. Tones in the harmonic series follow the simple numerical sequence of 1/1, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5…………n. The relationships between these numbers can be assigned to tones in an auditory modality and planets in a visual-spatial modality. It would be appropriate to refer to the ratios as visual harmonics in the night sky. When the planets move into these ratios special energies are created. The closer these energies are to the source or fundamental tone ie: 1, than the more influential they are.

Lets say Venus and Saturn are within 3 deg. of each other at the time of birth. 3 deg. is the distance astrologers call an orb. An orb is another astro-sonic term for entrainment. It is the the distance at which the two planets will pull each other into a mutual oscillation. This forms the ratio of 1/1. In music this represents a fundamental tone. The fundamental is a generator of overtones and creates a strong Resonance. Therefore the qualities of Venus and Saturn are merged into one tone and this tone becomes dynamic in ones life.

If two planets, Jupiter and Mars are 180 degrees apart in the 360 degree circle of the zodiac, they form the visual ratio 180/360 = 1/2. 1/2 is the musical interval of an octave. In astrology the relationship of180 deg. is called an opposition. Viewed from an ancient harmonic perspective the octave was called diapason. Diapason, literally translated, means “through all” or “through the whole”. Viewed from a sonic perspective this relationship takes on a newer and more refreshing meaning than its traditional astrological terminology.

The next ratio 2/3 creates the musical interval of a fifth. Thie fifth traditionally represents the spirit of harmony in music. It is associated with the cosmic relationship of Yin and Yang and Shiva and Shakti. In astrology a planet at 120 deg. divided by a planet at 180 deg. is 120/180 which reduces to the ratio of 2/3. This relationship is called a trine in traditional astrology and represents harmony.

A plantet at 90º related to a planet at 120º produces the musical interval of a 4th or 3/4. In traditional astrology this is called a square and is considered a difficult aspect. The relationship between the fifth and fourth is the basis for much of the worlds music. The fifth and fourth work together like yin and yang. I imagine the negative connotation of traditional astrology concerning this aspect is based on its tendencies to be unstable and naturally wanting to seek the fifth. However it must be remembered that the fifth can easily go to the fourth. This makes for some interesting thoughts for astrologers.

Astrologers used to be occupied with observing the night sky. Charts and numbers were a method or notating their observations. One has to watch the planets every night and “feel” how they vibrate and pass through different harmonic relationships. Saturn, Jupiter, Moon, Mars, and Venus are easily observed on a clear night. I enjoy watching them from streets of Manhattan. I may be walking down Fifth Avenue (no pun intended) and look up, something New Yorkers have forgotten. And to my surprise at the end of Fifth avenue I see Jupiter in the night sky. I will stop and absorb Jupiter with my eyes. I hear Jupiter through my visual impressions. I believe my eyes are tuning into the light waves which are than being transposed inside myself to Sound Waves.

Sometimes when I come to Fifth Avenue and 33rd Street I look to my left and to my surprise I see Mars. I let my visual attention go to Mars. Than I gradually allow my awareness to encompass the feeling of Mars and Jupiter in relationship. Suddenly the concept of harmonic astrology is a real feeling inside of me. I am resonating with the source rather than a lot of lines on a chart. However on cloudy nights I can go back to the charts and get more excited because the lines suddenly take on a new meaning. They now resonate with my experience.

I believe this is what the ancient Chaldeans were able to achieve. Chaldean astronomers are said to have been keeping records on the movements of stars and planets for 490,000 years! Berosus, a Chaldean astronomer responsible for the birth of Greek astrology, settled on the island of Cos and taught there until he was a hundred and sixteen years old. The late first century B.C. Roman writer Vitruvius wrote of Berosus and the Chaldeans, “It must be allowed that we can know what effects the twelve signs, and the sun, moon and five planets, have on the course of human life, from astrology and the calculations of the Chaldeans.”

The Chaldeans did not separate themselves from the heavenly bodies in their observations. They felt the planets through sympatheia. This later lead to the hermetic axiom “as above, so below” which encapsulates the correspondence between the macrocosm and microcosm. Charles Muses believes the “crown jewel of Alexandrian through was the doctrine of the ordered interrelatedness of all things, by the power of what was then termed sympatheia. …..To render this far-reaching thought into our analytic, scientific terms requires the sophisticated concept of holistic systems governed principally by the affinities (or antipathies) generated by resonances (or anti-resonances) in waves of some sort, i.e., in time space periodicities”.

The world view at the peak of Chaldean civilization was a lot different than ours. To say they were primitive or superstitious is a great misunderstanding. Instead of expressing themselves in the calculus of numbers they choose the language of myth and symbols. What is left of their discoveries has been passed on to us through the archetypical symbols of astrology. The direct experience of being with and feeling the stars and planets, the source of so much knowledge, is reawaking today.

To experience Planetary frequencies first hand, check out BioSonic’s Planetary Tuners.

The Garlic Recipe

May 15th, 2006

This recipe, if taken 2 times per day, it will eventually kill all parasites in the body. It will kill bacteria and Viruses too. It makes one feel very good, and clear minded.

You juice approximately 2 fresh Garlic Cloves with a vegetable, like Carrot, cucumber, or tomato.

If you don’t have a juicer, you can grate the Garlic very small with a metal grater, then add yogurt and oat flakes to help hide the burning sensation.

Try 2 Garlic Cloves to one cup of vegetable juice. It depends on your weight and size as to how much “heat” you can take from the juiced Garlic. Some Garlic Cloves are small so use more. You want your nose to run and your head and chest to feel very warm!!!! This “hot” effect is very important. 2 times per day.

You will have severe diarrhea one time within 24 hours. Be near a toilet. You can start on the weekend for this reason. You will see worms (maybe you’ll see flukes too) come out of you after a day on this Recipe. Not all will die at once. They can take a long time to kill.

If you are ill with a Flu virus, take the Recipe every hour if you want to so you feel better. Then go back to 2 times per day. Afternoon and before bedtime are good times. You can take it to work with you.

You will smell like fresh Garlic for a little while, but then it goes away. Eat a mint. I would not want the odor to stop anyone. The benefits of the Garlic in this 2x a day high dose are amazing.

The Garlic Recipe is inexpensive and easy. Garlic tablets or capsules won’t have the same effect.

Recipe For Lice

May 15th, 2006

Rosemary Geranium Lemon Eucalyptus Lavender Tea Tree

27 Drops Equal Proportion of each Essential Oil.

Add to:

2 ounces of Castor Oil 1 ounce of White bees wax

Note: I have use it with grape seed oil to.

You can use this on people and Aniamls.

Lice, Fleas, & Ticks don’t like Lavender, Lemon, Tea Tree & Eucalyptus.

I bathe my dog in Lemon, Lavender, & Apple Vinger. You just put a couple drops of each in the water.



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