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Where all the snot comes from

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Every cold or flu you have had that you cleared up with antibiotics

or pharmaceutical remedies will reappear once you start cleansing and

detoxing your body. And thus explains the mucus. I learned this

from watching the lectures of Dr Bernard Jensen at the Spa in

September 2005; a venue of rest and good food after the massive

healings I had experienced at The Sanctuary, Koh Phan Gan that summer.

You can understand it better with a diagram. This is my rendition of

what I remember from one of Dr Jensen's lectures I watched at The

Spa. Health, or lack of it, is on the vertical axis and time is on

the horizontal.


So, as a model, the diagram assumes that we all start off in a state

of perfect health when we are children. Then we get a cold and

perhaps take an antibiotic for it. Snot is immediately suppressed.

Snot, mucus, bogies, whatever you call it; this stuff is a sign your

body is eliminating the bad guys. Cold and flu medicines work on

stopping the production of mucus, thus giving us a false confidence

that the disease has been dealt with.

But Oh No, not at all. Because the next step is chest, sinus and

skin infections where the body is desperately trying to eliminate all

the repressed snot from a previous point in time. But this time it's

far more serious because your immune system has to deal with whatever

bug you caught at the time, as well as the growing accumulation of


And so the story goes on. Until, God forbid, cancer or worse. But

even at that point, it is not too late. The body is an incredible

machine and will heal itself given half a chance.

The point on the timeline where you stop the process of descent and

begin to heal yourself is a measure of what you can expect in terms

of healing reactions whilst you are getting well. So for me, I

stopped this process at around about the blue box, sometime in 2003.

Since then I have had a heap of healing reactions in the form of

sinus and chest infections, coughs and colds. Including major snot

production each time. Each time I have experienced this ill health I

have meditated through the process and only taken an aspirin maybe if

the headaches got really unbearable. I have taken no snot

suppressing medicines at all - apart from one serious hayfever

allergy I had in 2006 where I was left little choice but to buy an

inhaler because I couldn't breathe.

I am not saying do not use the chemist if you really need to. Not at

all. Don't get me wrong, modern medicine is fabulous stuff. BUT.

Be discerning. Ask yourself, do I really need this Sudafed,

Salbutomol, antibiotic, or whatever? Is there another way?

A quick story from the past. I used to suffer with tonsillitis every

October from about the age of 8 to 17. Of course, I would be given

antibiotics for the problem which would then go away. My local

doctor was a horrible man and he frightened me. At the age of 17 the

annual throat disease came on and I went as usual to the doc. The

antibiotics he gave me didn't work, so I went back for more. He gave

me exactly the same antibiotics again and they also didn't work. So

I went back for more. He gave me a different brand, stronger I

think, and finally they worked immediately.

I was sick of taking antibiotics, so when these more powerful drugs

started to work I stopped taking them. The metallic taste in my

mouth from them was disgusting. And, as I didn't complete the

course, the infection came back.

Well, I was too scared to go back to the doc and tell him that I

hadn't completed the course, because he would have told me off and

made me feel an inch high, which was an extra emotional battering I

couldn't endure at the time. So I just sat through the infection.

It was the worst throat infection I ever had. It lasted around two

weeks and there were sizable white golf balls at the back of my

throat for the duration.

Eventually it disappeared. AND.


I have NEVER had tonsillitis again in my life. I'm 33 now.

Interestingly, and not so unusually I expect, there wasn't a year of

my life until I was 30 where I didn't take at least one course of

antibiotics. That's fucked and it's no wonder I got so bloody sick.

However, we shouldn't forget that illness has an emotional aspect

which cannot be ignored, and will reveal itself once the healing has

got going in earnest. This needs to be supported too.

Dr Jensen places the root of all illness in the bowels and advises

nutritional changes for health. I saw him on the TV, a 77 year old

man, leaping around the stage like a young mountain goat explaining

his expertise in layman's terms to the audience. If you get a chance

to read anything by him or see his lectures you will not be


He explained to me why I produce excessive amounts of snot when I get

a healing reaction. Which makes it all OK in a way. And sometimes,

I even get a feeling for when the original illness was. I've

reported one of those feelings previously in my story, an illness

that harked back to when I was a teenager.

Very recently, I had a horrific chest infection during which I

started having uncanny thoughts about being in school when I was

seven. I remembered the classes - we were learning about the bones

and the skeleton. I remembered our teacher, Mrs Knight, and the

smell of the place. I was a very sickly child and was out of school

a lot as a kid, usually with bronchitis.

This is all very good news for me. Because it means I don't have too

far to go now in terms of mucus backlog. And I'm very happy about

that indeed.

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