Barriers to Healing: Interference Fields
In this video, we're going to talk about the importance of scar therapy. Scars can interfere with the flow of energy in our body, changing the structure of the skin and the way energy flows through the meridians. That's why it's crucial to liberate scars, whether they're from trauma, surgery, cuts, mole removal, or any other cause.
When the body gets injured, or sympathetic nerve fibers get damaged, it may cause disruptions in the autonomic nervous system. Signals may be transmitted improperly, causing chaotic and noisy nerve activity in the scar. Scars are like an island of turbulence in the area. So, finding a doctor that recognizes scars is essential, as disease is an energy blockage that can be affected by scars.
Scars harbor emotions, and when you release them, it liberates negative energy that is trapped. One way to help soften scars is by using Wheat Germ Oil or Vitamin E Oil topically. Another method is through injections, also known as neural therapy. It's the best way to work on scars and liberate trapped energy. It makes the nerve hyperpolarize, depolarize, and depolarize, causing a "lightning reaction."
Scars are not as healthy as regular tissue because they're dense fibrous connective tissue. That's why scars can restrict motion and cause nerves, blood, lymphatic vessels, meridians, skin, fascia, and other tissues to cease to connect or communicate normally across the scar barrier.
Scars can be a direct pain trigger and refer pain to other areas of the body. Even scars on other parts of the body can send pain signals from other parts of the body. They can cause friction because of the tightened tissues. You can have a back scar that causes issues in your feet or a back scar that causes severe headaches.
Tonsil removal scars can cause pain on one side of the body, causing an interference field and shifting energy from one side to the other. When these scars are treated, the pain may go away. Other recommendations for scar therapy include acupuncture, myofascial techniques, DMSO & Glutathione infusions, neural therapy, softening oils such as Wheat Germ, EDAP, USF, Chlorophyll, red light laser, topical DMSO, and cold-pressed castor oil.
In conclusion, scar therapy is essential for our overall well-being. Finding a doctor who recognizes the importance of scars and knows how to treat them is crucial. By liberating scars, we can release negative energy and improve our overall energy flow, leading to a healthier body and mind.