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First of all, sorry guys everyone for my absence, I’m literally crawling on the floor craving, my lips chapped and extremely dehydrated after religiously following the detox diet for the past days (just leafy greens, avocado, spinach and some hemp seeds, soaked pumpkin seeds, you know, the usual – I’ll post some of my recipes on the food topic, hope they won’t repeat something already there since longer).
Also, I started my supplement regimen. i don’t know if it’s ok starting detox and supplements at the same time, my first impression is that they must be working hand in hand since the transformation was so visible. And judging from the kidney and lower back pains that I got in the 2nd day of detox + supplements, whatever’s happening with me now must be real.
Thank you all for the invaluable help that your postings brought – now I’d like to answer them punctually because I learned a lot from each and every, and even though I couldn’t find my words and a clear mind, I read them and they brought me solace in times of turmoil.
there are some malevolent spirits out there that are more powerful than you or I. Sometimes they masquerade as “light” but they are not. They’ll keep you in torment. I lived in Africa for a numbers of years and experienced spiritual things that I don’t talk about because people would not understand.
My advice is, only call upon one: the Lord Jesus Christ. You can trust him. And read the book of John in the Bible.
There, there. I think it’s not a coincidence that you said this, I’m also orienting myself towards that approach and prayer and I’ve been doing so lately. I’m a bit skeptical about the whole Ascension movement, although some meditation that I’ve done to invoke St Germain and visualize a purifying violet flame for instance, made me feel a bit better. Is this a trap also? Violet is a very calming color for me, and St Germain seems like an ok guy, there’s this controversy that he’s Francis Bacon if I got that right. Anyways, I’m still skeptical about the whole movement. I’ve been to some group meditations in the past and felt pretty drained and wretched all the weekend after, but it’s mostly because of the people participating there just for the energetic ripoff. It’s hard to tell good from evil, but I take your advice as a confirmation of the fact I must be on the right track. May it help with healing me and getting my job back because, did I mention, my epic incompetence accesses got me laid off. Unless I negotiate my job back on Monday, explain the problem to my boss and get on a medical vacation till I fix my diet & get my brain back (embarassing, I really think he won’t think I’m a hooker, since a lot of ppl in this primitive country often link this diagnosis with that :))
The books are pretty cheap. Orian Truss was the MD that discovered this syndrome, and wrote the book The Missing Diagnosis, and later The Missing Diagnosis II. The Yeast Syndrome by Dr. Trowbridge is only about $7 on amazon. The Yeast Connection by Dr. Crook is another.
Thanks to candida_sucks also, for recommending me the books. I’ll research the prices and the offers and maybe get to read them and gain broader knowledge of what’s going on inside me and all ppl dealing with this, so I can help.
That’s how I also found the tip about the MMS + activator enema – I also discovered I’m in luck, unexpectedly, there’s a company that imports this in the country at affordable prices.
Also, I explained the info gathered here or in sources linked from here to my general practitioner and my parents and at least they started taking me seriously and have their support now, not thinking I’m an hypochondriac. There was a lot of extra-burden added to the usual depression and crying out of nothing just by knowing that.
Thank you so much guys,
without you I would still be wandering into the dark.
I hope I’l be one day as informed, kind-hearted and helpful to people in need, as you are to me.