We also tried this therapy for other things and found it doesnt work if one is too near electronic equipment , including cell or mobile phone so she put those a few feet from where she slept, and made sure her tv, radio, (computer equipment) were off in her bedroom during her sleep. It doesnt work if one has a hearing aid in the other ear so she always made sure she took her hearing aids out during sleep. It works less well if one is taking immune suppressing drugs. She took only blood pressure medicine. I found that smoking makes it work considerably less well.
We found that the organic cotton ball piece had to be substantial enough to mimic the mild pressure of touching that inner wall with ones finger, so definitely larger than a pea, close to but slightly less size when rolled into a ball as a marble. We didnt want it so big as to be uncomfortable,or couldnt be placed all the way in to touch the inner wall. She slept on her back so she didnt roll over on that ear in the night and cause the cotton ball piece to work itself away from touching the inner ear and if she woke up in the night, she would check it to make sure it was in all the way .One last thing I found was that having nylon on, especially over the area that was the target of treatment , reduces the effect, and so I had sent her some night gowns made from organic cotton, and she didnt wear nylon underwear. and she didnt use nylon sheets
I ihaive found that a similar overall healing effect can be achieved by placing one or both hands upper chest high,which the fetus most often does, and holding the hand or hands reasonably still with nothing held in the hand, or if lying down on the back, by resting one or both hands on the upper chest but its necessary I found to curl the fingers into a loose fist so that the entire open palm doesnt rest on the chest. which reduces the effect. I didnt want the covers to touch my hand either with this hand method, I was trying to as closely as possible recreate the fetal hand position. I also had to train myself not to move my hand away from there during the night. SHe didnt place the hand past her sternum to the opposite side either , something the fetus rarely does. and something that happens when one lays on their side.
I should add that I have found that this therapy seemingly improves all functions of the body and one of those things is circulation, and I proved to myself that therefore it increases the effect of any drug one takes by a small amount, but although that may be a problem it would be less of one since she was only using the cotton less than a third of her day. . So thats her story.
How my mother regrew the bone in her failed hip implant. It will have to be in two posts because I went over the allowed characters.
My mothers story is interesting. SHe is 96 and had a hip implant in 1985. the implant in those days was supposed to last ten years, then be replaced. because they would fail due to bone resorbtion. Right at the ten year mark the bone had resorbed away from the implant and she was getting crippled, needed a wheelchair if she had to walk any distance, it needed replacement. We started treating it with a natural method I discovered that appears to work by stimulating osteoblast activity. she started to improve almost immediately.
In two months her hip was perfect and she was playing golf and needed no replacement. She kept up the therapy, switching to a similar natural therapy based on the same principle but was even stronger in effect. It was to duplicate one of the hand positions the fetus adopts in the womb which over millions of years has evolved into a gene for overall thriving, growing, healing, helping the fetus to grow and survive. All off these common positions work, I found, but this one was the easiest to do 24 hours a day. One thing the fetus does is to explore his ear. with his finger and this can be duplicated I found by gently tapping a piece a cotton ball into the ear the size of a small marble, , until it stops going in any further, so is touching the inner wall where ear plug for noise goes, next to the ear canal. That must be where the fetus placed his finger in his ear most often . It must be touching that innermost wall in order to work , I found. She mostly just used it at night during sleep when I had read 90 percent of all bone growth occurred.
. Her hip remained fine until 2004 I think it was, when it deteriorated again, the bone had resorbed again, and she said she was again very crippled. I couldnt understand what had gone wrong.
Then I heard on the radio that cotton farmers had switched to genetically modified cotton and a Professor at the University of Arizona told me that every cotton ball then would have some GMO cotton it it. He said it had a fish gene in it. Bingo, it was no longer fooling the body into thinking it was a finger. We switched to organic cotton balls , we bought Oraganic Essentials which are available at Health Food markets, CVS Pharmacy or on line, and her hip bone regrew again and she has been fine through today., the 28the year since her implant that was supposed to last 10 years according to what she was told. Continued in nenxt post.
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