Hepatitis C Virus

I have been diagnosed with Hepatitis C virus. There is nothing that my doctor can do short of considering a liver transplant. Do you have any suggestions?

I have only one experience with Hepatitis C virus, but we did get him over it. Here are some of the interventions that were helpful in that instance:

  • Working with liver meridian—twice daily—sedating and then strengthening the meridian using the acupressure points
  • Massaging the neurolymphatic reflex points all over the body
  • A liver cleanse (you can find good recipes at health food stores or book stores)
  • Energy testing for methionine and silymarin, available at health food stores, and if either or both test strong, taking them in the quantities that test strong for as long as indicated by periodic energy tests. To do this:
  • "Energy localize" liver (have someone do a general indicator test on you while you lay your whole hand over your liver)
  • Repeat, holding the bottle between your hand and your liver
  • If either or both test strong, you can use the same test to determine the quantities you need, which may change from day to day

It is important to understand that no organ exists on its own. The energy that vitalizes one organ depends on the health of the others, so at a minimum, use the "Daily Energy Routine" to keep all your energies in balance.

The liver can restore itself so it looks like a newborn baby's liver if you can find the right key. I hope these suggestions will help you find it.

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Low Platelets

Is there any way that energy techniques can help with thrombocytopenia [an abnormally small number of platelets in the blood]?

I have known energy work to increase platelet counts, but I would suggest you find a qualified practitioner to figure out what energy systems are involved in the problem. Here are some approaches that will be generally beneficial and while they in themselves may improve the condition, they will also support the more focused work:

  • The "Daily Energy Routine" (Chapter 3 of Energy Medicine)
  • Keeping the triple warmer and spleen meridians in balance (Chapter 8). Spleen meridian is always involved with this kind of occurrence in the blood, and it always needs to be strengthened.
  • Keeping your energies crossing over with the homolateral crossover (p. 233)

Also there is a cell salt that is renowned for its ability to raise platelet levels. It is called ferrum phosphate. It comes as a 6x potency and a typical dose would be 5 pellets, twice per day, away from food. You can energy check to see if this might be a good supplement for you.

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My 14-year-old daughter has diabetes. Are there any energy techniques that can help her? Although she has little self-discipline for daily exercises, I'll encourage her to practice whatever you recommend.

For the blood sugar to stay balanced, it is crucial that spleen meridian be kept strong. This is done primarily by sedating triple warmer—which drains energy from spleen—and then by directly strengthening spleen. In Energy Medicine, you'll note that there are several ways to do this, and I'd have your daughter use every way possible since what is required with this illness is to literally retrain a deeply held energy habit in her body. To strengthen spleen meridian:

  1. Hold the acupressure points for strengthening spleen (see p. 134). You can help her with this by holding them for her, but she may also be able to do it herself.
  2. Massage the spleen neurolymphatic points on the torso (p. 96).
  3. Hold the spleen neurovascular points on the head (p. 290).
  4. Tap the spleen points (part of the three thumps in Chapter 3) several times a day (p. 59).
  5. Flush spleen meridian by tracing it backwards one time and then forwards three times. You'll find a drawing on page 117.
  6. Liver meridian is also often involved in diabetes (as well as hypoglycemia). You can follow the same basic steps described here for spleen for balancing the liver meridian (p. 122).
  7. Do the "Daily Energy Routine" to maintain better harmony in her body (p. 72).

Changing the deep habit of a spleen/triple warmer imbalance will not only help keep her blood sugar in better balance, it can help create a new pattern of insulin production in her pancreas. The type of diabetes determines how much the illness can be turned around. If she was born without the ability to create insulin, she will probably always need to have it supplied externally, but even in that situation, the procedures described here will help her pancreas to function more optimally.

I know she's a teenager and that it is hard to implement this kind of discipline into her schedule, but encourage her to at least tap the spleen points several times each day and to flush her spleen meridian once or twice daily

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