The Subconscious Brain is a little understood part of our being, yet it is responsible for controlling practically every aspect of our lives. Using the subconscious brain we live, emote, reproduce, digest, protect ourselves, heal and regulate all our bodily functions. We also react to external stimuli, sleep, wake, make love, coordinate, stand, carry out skills, eat, maintain homoeostasis (constant body temperature, maintenance and blood parameters). All of these, and more, use the subconscious brain. This book reveals my discovery and hypothesis, that the uncontrollable part of the involuntary brain can be controlled and influenced to function more efficiently by improving the blood supply to it. The more nutrition, oxygen, glucose, micro elements etc. you supply to it through blood and brain fluid, the better those functions will be carried out.
MY FACINATION FOR THE NECK CONNECTION
How did my fascination for the neck arise? After completion of my medical studies and post graduation in 1982 in Moscow, I worked in Delhi for six years and built-up a very successful practice in Integrated Medicine. I combined my medical knowledge and experience with what I had learnt in Traditional and Complementary Medicine. In those days I used conventional or allopathic medicine to treat acute conditions, such as flu, severe migraine, high blood pressure, diarrhoea etc. For treatment of chronic backache, fatigue, IBS, asthma etc, I used acupuncture, herbal remedies (both Ayurveda and Unani), homeopathy, yoga and some massage. Initially, people were sceptical about this combination of different types of medicine, but as stories and success began to spread, my practice grew. Then, something happened and my attitude towards medicine changed completely – you could almost say a ‘EUREKA’ moment – when I found the secret of spontaneous and innate healing.
I was invited to Bangkok at short notice to see someone who had mysteriously slipped into a coma. My flight left Delhi at 2AM and I landed just under four hours later. I was totally exhausted. The man who came to meet me wanted me to go directly to the hospital as the patient was in a critical condition. However, I needed a few hours sleep and time to prepare to treat him. He then offered to take me somewhere where I could have quick treatment myself.
I was taken to someone’s home near a temple. I was shown into a basement room and asked to lie down. He gently grabbed my neck, but what followed was unbelievably painful. He began to press hard and found some sore spots in the neck, occiput and shoulders. He stretched my neck, twisted it sideways and gave it a sudden jerk to crack my displaced joints. It was a form of manipulation used, I knew, by chiropractors and osteopaths. I then felt a ‘gush’ of blood into the head and I had a tingling sensation in my brain. The dimly lit room seemed brighter and there wasn’t a slightest hint of exhaustion left in my body; I felt instantly ‘rejuvenated’. ‘What a strange experience!’, I thought.
I then went straight to the hospital, feeling fresh, to give the patient some acupuncture. I also decided to massage his neck and shoulders, as I was convinced that the neck treatment could stimulate the brain – I was already aware of some acupuncture points in the neck, which help to combat headaches and dizziness. However, as he was on a ventilator, it was difficult to stretch and manipulate the area.
As I carried out my treatment, the patient’s eyelids flickered and there was some movement in his toes. I continued to use this therapy, three times a day – it was total guesswork at this point, as I had never used this technique before. I had also brought some powder of pearl and drops containing musk which are traditional remedies for weakened patients and are known to stimulate the nervous system and increase the chance of revival? On the third day, success came when the patient opened his eyes and the ventilator was removed. Further treatment followed and the patient recovered. The doctors believed it was a case of spontaneous recovery, whilst I was totally convinced that the acupressure, neck massage and stimulation of the nervous system did the trick.
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