Hey warriors. Hope you are all making the best of this season of being home. It’s definitely a weird season to say the least. If you’ve been following along my social media, i’ve been trying to bring real truth of what’s happening, and just hoping the hype will decrease and we can get back to our economy!
Needless to say, this season and all season we should always try and keep our immune system strong as much as we can! We really are surrounded all the time from different infections, and now with the increase in radiation from 5G and so many chemtrails, our best bet is to boost our immune system as much as possible.
Even though we are talking about the spleen today (it’s an organ), what’s also important to mention is that no system and no organ act alone. So, even though we will focus on the spleen I’m going to add in information of other systems that can be affected as well.
Mantak Chia says ” unless an organ problem is truly serious, it will usually show up first within a muscle”
How true! This could build up for many years, soreness or buildup in muscles, tightness protection or guarding with an organ with underlying inflammation, then the body recruits the muscular system to tighten up and protect you. Usually we treat this as a muscle problem when it is an organ problem.
The spleen is on the left hand side of our rib cage, next the the stomach and pancreas.
The spleen does many many things and is the largest organ in our lymphatic system (our sewage system/detoxification system).
-It also filters the blood removing old dead red blood cells from the body
-It creates White blood cells, very important for removing infections (ALL INFECTIONS)
–Lymphocytes and macrophages to fight infections all the time (currently fighting infections right now you probably don’t know that you have).
-saves iron so it can be used by other red blood cells (does this by removing dead ones). A lot of people have iron deficiency, and instead of taking supplementation, it could be because of a spleen issue not working well.
– part of the vagal splenic pathway (cranial nerve 10), puts you into relaxation so that you can heal, decreases cytokines (inflammatory markers) in the entire body.
–sympathetic vagus nerve connection, which is helpful for people that have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. You can get someone into parasympathetic (calm) just by working with the spleen!
Most people have GI issues from stress and toxic load which creates leaky gut. The spleen is a big part of the lymphatic system and when it can’t keep up with all the excess stress and toxins we are under it starts to tighten and has dysfunction…
Here are some signs of possible spleen and stomach issues:
- recurrent candida infections tied to low stomach acid (could be genetic!) and low spleen function. Chronic UTI’s are common here (most UTI can be from fungal, which antibiotics will make it worse).
- allergies from making antibodies to fight underlying antigens (TH2 immune system response) Puffy and Bloated.
- high blood pressure from too many old RBC’s and not enough WBC’s makes for thicker viscosity and harder to move. (hard time delivering oxygen to the tissues)
- decreased range of motion in the shoulder, neck, hip and thoracic spine- WHAT? YES.
- oblique muscle dysfunction– usually both work together
- tiredness, fatigue, lethargy, poor oxygenation from too many old red blood cells
- poor lymphatic drainage– gain a lot of excess body fat, you become more toxic
- Swollen tongue, with teeth ridges on the sides (can also be from tiny mouth) scalloping
- lines, ridges and marks on outside corners of your eyes
- jaundice from increased bilirubin
- chronic tightness/aching from left side ribcage
- easy bruising/bleeding
- overload of the liver because of insufficient spleen, more toxins because the liver is already sluggish
- EMOTION– excessive worry/anxiety. THIS IS WHY WE SHOULDN’T STRESS ABOUT VIRUSES.
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If all those above are not able to get out of your body, it stays in your body, and makes your musculoskeletal system more vulnerable because now you are in a state of chronic inflammation, which will manifest as pain. It will also settle in the area where you’ve had a problem for a long time. Inflammation always goes to your weakest link.
When oxygen is available for every unit of fatty acids(lymphatic system/spleen shuttles them) through our energy cycle in our body, we create 38 molecules of ATP, without oxygen we make 2. ATP=ENERGY. If you’ve been following me awhile I talk about energy ALOT, it’s so important. Not only do we want to look at genetics of how your energy pathway is working, but also look at organ motion.
If you want all your toxin strategies in your body to work, you want to take care of the center which is the blood/lymph. Which organ plays to most part in this? Spleen.
You can live without your spleen, but all the surrounding organs and systems have to work about 10X harder to make up for not having one.
Anytime you move, your organs SHOULD move as well. The organs in general are pretty jammed packed into the abdominal cavity, but are really reliant on the diaphragm moving.
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So, one of the first things you can do for your spleen and organs is to get efficient at diaphragmatic breathing, which is used the most through nasal breathing. It helps pain everywhere because all the organs are getting movement! They like that:)
Check out this video for proper diaphragm breathing.
The spleen attaches to your diaphragm, large intestine, pancreas and left kidney. If we move the spleen we can affect all these organs. They all move together. But look up again at the location of all those organs we are talking about under the rib cage. IF those organs don’t move, guess what else won’t move effectively? The middle back (or thoracic spine) and your hips with rotation. Most people have a problem with rotation that I see, because of the tension in the abdominal cavity.
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All these planes of motion, even just bending down touching toes, those organs have to glide meaning lifting and lowering for you to do that! If you can’t, maybe it’s that those organs aren’t moving well, or the blood flow into your muscles isn’t adequate because of not enough oxygen? We know that sitting definitely causes tight muscles, causing lack of blood flow and oxygen, but these are other options.
Since the spleen is on the left side of the body, and it is restricted it can actually cause restriction on the entire side of the body!. There’s something called fascial lines that all these systems connect together (see below). I’ve seen organ restriction causing left sided neck/shoulder pain, or left hip pain/weakness. Usually the Oblique muscles are weak.
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You have to think in bigger terms here. The body when it compensates definitely doesn’t always makes “sense” to us. Why are you treating here, when I have pain here? Is a common question.
You have to get out of your head making “sense”. All these connections make your body compensate however it wants in that weakest link!
If someone comes in with some of those symptoms listed above, we look at possible spleen involvement. You can have injuries on the inside (organs) and outside.
Of course we would deal with the actual sites and make sure they are good, but we want to actually start to reset the spleen as well.
1. The first I mentioned is that diaphragmatic breathing
2. Go to your big toe on each side, on the corner nail bed and rub with a finger- 30 seconds to a minute
3. Underneath the armpits, about halfway down your arm (to find the spot), there’s another spleen point, you will want to rub that. It can be extremely tender here, a lot of lymph is there! 30 seconds to a minute
4. Put your fingers underneath your left ribcage and scoop your hand down about 5 times toward the opposite hip (you’ll need someone to help you).
5. Pump the spleen, I will have to help you with this one, but it’s a vibration that gets the spleen moving.
6. NASAL BREATHING! If you can’t nasal breathe, you need to, LET’S talk. You will probably need cranial care!! When you breathe through your nose, you breathe through your diaphragm, and into the lower part of your lungs (create platelets). You need nitric oxide to vasodilate your blood vessels, less stress on your heart and more oxygen for you! It’s important!
7. If the spleen is a constant issue for someone, we need to look into genetic factors, detoxification issues and hidden pathogens. Movement helps tremendously, but other things clog it up as well, so we must also look at the entirety of the picture. GOOD NEWS as well! I’m able to do virtual online genetic testing sessions!! I created a youtube video about how that process works, so you can take a look here:
That is all for now.