Friday, March 8, 2013
Skeptic debates Believer
Believer: I got benefits from frequency things in the past. I tried Bach Flower Essences and other remedies but never felt a shift, yet when I studied color healing with Jacob Lieberman, I was able to sense changes in response to different colors. My roommate at that training told me about an Australian company that made color essences, which I ordered and used with success. I even gave some to a Veterinarian, who reported that she had wonderful results with horses.
Skeptic: I was getting better anyway. Before I saw Lieberman I was able to take hour walks and sprint 5x across a soccer field. Working with the Sota Instruments electromedicine pulser seemed to make a difference by forcing nutrients into the cells. These subtle potions did nothing after I crashed from the fast, which proves they were useless.
Believer: I went to Sound Healing in
where they tested my voice and gave me tones to listen to. These definitely made a difference—and they
picked up my known cortisol and B12
issues. I got such great results that I
wrote a testimonial for them. Albany, OH
Skeptic: Don’t we usually get results when we want something to work? I read on ProHealth and Phoenix Rising about all kinds of fabulous progress from people, and three months later they were back online looking for something else. The tones didn’t bring me to wellness and I relapsed again. After the relapse, I tried to use them but the technology was challenging. This CFS-ME is a relapsing illness. You probably could’ve improved by eating potato chips!
Believer: Well even if I don’t completely recover this time—but I might, because in the past I was trying things while living in a moldy house—I’ll welcome anything that improves my quality of life.
Skeptic: I never got anywhere with Willard’s Water, nor with the water imbedded with personalized frequencies from any of those Biotron and QXCI machines, nor the stuff from the Psychotronics Conference, nor any other drops added to water to make it alkaline, absorbent, structured, vibrating, happy….
Believer: Cut it out! I did get amazing results from Yuri Kronn’s Quantum waters, even before I knew anything about them. There was one that made me relax better than any pill; another that worked like magic against constipation. I wish he’d stayed in business.
Skeptic: I opened my first bottle of drops from Altwater Technologies, and made myself a half quart of structured water designed to clear electrical energy. I don’t expect anything much to happen right away. Carol told me to dissolve one drop in a quart or more of water—the normal dose is to start with a half dropperful, e.g. 10 drops, but she said I’m too sensitive for that dose. Then I found the packet of salt I was supposed to mix up in the water, so I mixed up another half-quart.
Meanwhile, I’m grumping because she wants me to eat a vegetarian diet, forgo coffee, tea and alcohol, and I’m just not going to do it! I went without caffeine and alcohol for 15 years and now I can tolerate them and …. What’s the point of getting well if you can’t enjoy these things?
Believer: Is there a connection between the water and this weird feeling in my body? I lie on my yoga mat waiting for a Pilates fusion class and every cell in my body feels like it’s vibrating…Okay, the teacher’s a hunk, but too young.
And then there’s this tightness in my neck and shoulders, like I used to feel from sitting at the computer for hours on end. I’ll work it out in class.
After class, the tightness is still here. Ugh! All the lymph spots on my clavicles are tender. So are the spots on the mastoid and the temples and the knees.
Soaking in the hot mineral pools isn’t enough to relieve my discomfort. This feels like congested lymph. Is the water causing this? It could be mobilizing toxins faster than my body can eliminate them?
Skeptic: Maybe I'm just stiff because I did two backbends Tuesday and took a hike Wednesday and I'm not taking all my supplements.