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Setting Fire to Misconceptions: The Real Deal on Inflammation

The Inflammation Inferno: Shattering Established Beliefs
1. Setting Fire to Misconceptions: The Real Deal on Inflammation
2. Inflammation and the Body’s Cry: Decoding the Cellular Primal Scream
3. Emotional Inflammation: Exploring the Unseen Influence on Our Body’s Reaction
4. Revitalize Your Health: Cleansing and Resetting DNA to Alleviate Allergies
5. The Battle of Minds: Artificial Intelligence Versus the Power of Human Intuition
Do You Struggle with Inflammation?

While conversing with a 14-year-old middle-schooler today, I noticed her gently rubbing her hands. Upon inquiry, she recounted a persistent palm pain which appeared to be linked to inflamed connective tissue. Not only that, but she also has fibromyalgia – an inflammation of nerve clusters in her back. It begged the question – how is it that a person so young is already dealing with inflammation in various parts of her body?

Unlocking the Secrets of Cellular Inflammation

Over the course of the 11-Part Series we’ll delve into the world of inflammation from numerous perspectives, aiming to provide resources to enhance “good” inflammation and quell “bad” inflammation.

My journey in writing these articles was enlightening, making me realize that addressing your inflammation concerns is pivotal to our mission here at the Chi Institute. We hope to clarify your understanding of inflammation, assist in your quest for peak health, and pinpoint areas where additional support from CHI might be required. Throughout my research, I became increasingly aware of the wonders of the immune system and how our technologically advanced world has compromised it with pollutants and misinformation.

The Many Forms of Inflammation

We kick off with an overview of inflammation – its purpose, and its benefits. In the second part, we’ll explore why inflammation sometimes spirals out of control. In part three, we dive into CHI Equine research, devoted to focusing on understanding and alleviating cellular inflammation. The fourth installment will dissect the role of inflammation in allergies, distinguishing it from autoimmune conditions that we’ll discuss later in Part 11.

For Part 5, we shift our focus from cellular inflammation to environmental triggers of Oxidative Stress. As these two are fundamentally different, we’ve separated them into distinct categories. Misconception between these concepts is a significant reason our healthcare system isn’t as efficient as it could be. Part 6 delves into the prevailing medical theory that “environmental causes” are actually internal processes, such as rogue mitochondria, generating what’s termed (ROS) reactive oxygen species. Following that, Part 7 introduces ionizing plasma, painting a picture of how our body’s ionizing energy enters and circulates within us.

In Part 8, we tackle the ongoing debate about whether saturated or unsaturated fats are the culprits behind inflammation. Part 9 sheds light on why sugars trigger oxidative stress, while Part 10 investigates the potential role of oxidative stress in inducing stress and anxiety. Interestingly, young individuals rarely seek to reduce inflammation, often dismissing it as stress-related. We round off the series with Part 11, where we discuss chronic autoimmune conditions in detail.

Understanding inflammation is riddled with conflicting opinions. To successfully manage inflammation, we first need a grounded understanding of what it truly is. We begin with the established medical viewpoint, move to the commonly held perspective, and finally delve into a unique interpretation from a clairvoyant DNA communicator. This unconventional viewpoint, though it may initially seem less credible, often provides insightful explanations.

What is Inflammation from a Medical Perspective?

According to…

Inflammation is a process where your body’s white blood cells and their byproducts shield you from external threats like bacteria and viruses. However, in autoimmune diseases like arthritis, your immune system incorrectly triggers inflammation in the absence of any external threats, causing self-inflicted damage.

Inflammation can be temporary (acute) or long-term (chronic). Acute inflammation subsides within hours or days, while chronic inflammation persists for months or even years, even after the initial trigger is gone. Chronic inflammation is associated with several conditions, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes, asthma, and Alzheimer’s disease.

Disgruntled with the Medical System?

What is Common Inflammation?

Per Wikipedia…

Inflammation (from Latin: inflammatio) is part of the complex biological response of body tissues to harmful stimuli, such as pathogens, damaged cells, or irritants, and is a protective response involving immune cells, blood vessels, and molecular mediators. The function of inflammation is to eliminate the initial cause of cell injury, clear out necrotic cells and tissues damaged from the original insult and the inflammatory process, and initiate tissue repair. The five cardinal signs are heat, pain, redness, swelling, and loss of function.

Chronic Inflammation is persistent acute inflammation due to non-degradable pathogens, viral infection, persistent foreign bodies, or autoimmune reactions.  Outcomes: Tissue destruction, fibrosis, necrosis.

Note that Wikipedia presents inflammation as quite different from chronic inflammation.

What is inflammation according to a clairvoyant DNA communicator?

From consulting with Joel Bruce Wallach…

I have been consulting with Joel Bruce Wallach over the years about many of CHI’s products because he provides valuable insights from the standpoint of Nature. We have discussed what is truly harmonious between our products and our bodies and what can be done to improve our products to make them more effective and, at the same time, completely harmless. I have found his perspective, or perhaps the perspective of Nature, to be quite challenging at times because so often, his observations are way different from what a scientist or doctor would claim is true. In any case, please feel free to take what you find useful and discard the rest. You might enjoy watching my entire sessions with Joel below.

Acute inflammation is intelligent cellular response to harmful stimuli.

Chronic Inflammation? (This includes excess inflammation to common injuries and illnesses): This is confused cellular response either because cells have lost attunement with Source or because harmful stimuli are man-made (unfamiliar to ancient cellular wisdom).

Nature as channeled through Joel…
Freedom from Inflammation

What is needed to eliminate chronic inflammation?

  1. DNA needs to establish oneness with source to remove cellular misinformation and confusion. Source is the Divine intelligence beyond all of life.
  2. DNA needs cleansing of heavy metals, toxins, pesticides, free radicals
    • Fresh produce
    • Intestinal cleansing diets and additives
    • Moderate exercise, relaxation
I expected to have just a few parts to this series, but as I went further I found that inflammation is not only the major cause of pain and suffering, physical/emotional/mental but that it is misrepresented by those whom I considered authoritative experts. We start with Part 2, The Primal Scream which looks at traumatized cells which, rather than simply pursuing the healing of common injuries and surgeries, take all their resources and devote them to producing excess inflammatory chemicals. They are screaming for help rather than proceeding with the healing that needs to be done.
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A systems engineer by training, he moved early in his career from efficient use of fossil fuel energy to efficient use of human energy. Human consciousness is severely crippled in most all of us compared to the full potentials of consciousness so Richard has made studying and optimizing human consciousness into a 30 year career choice.

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