Wound Too Tight – Adrenal Dominance As a Consequence of Bypassing Mother Nature

Man has longought to conquer Mother Nature and bind her to his whim. One of the largest fiascoes was the attempt to mechanize childbirth and feeding. In his ultimate folly man determined that processes which have evolved over millennium could have swept away with the slash of a scalpel and the substitution of mass produced milk alternatives. The vast majority of those of us born during the twenty century bear many unforeseen burdens as a result. The latest one to come to my attention is the body / mind's program of adrenal dominance.

When the body is stressed, the adrenals are fired up, releasing adrenalin and cortisol which kicks us into overdrive in order to handle an emergency situation. It is nature's way of assuring our survival. This rush consumes extra resources in order to fuel the stimulation, which is then replenished, after the emergency is deal with. When we do not have the ability to release stress, life becomes a string of emergencies forcing the adrenals into constant production which historically leads to collapse.

The hypothalamus is designed to be the regulatory gland in the body. When the adrenals are constantly pumping out emergency hormones, the whole body is stressed creating a feedback cycle. This turns on the sympathetic (emergency) nervous system which keeps us in a state of high alert, making it nearly impossible to get quiet inside. The impact on the entire system is premature aging, even to the point of shorting the telomeres of the DNA, which protect the cells from deterioration during their periodic reproduction. A past study from the Mayo Clinic estimated that 85% of all disease is stress related.

Normally, when a baby experiences a traumatic event two things happen. The baby is picked up and taken to his / her mother's breast, at which point the mouth opens, releasing tension in the TMJ. As the baby nurses, they are both flooded with endorphins, along with all those other chemicals, the nature and importance of which, we are still discovering. The endorphins are what create the beatific radiance we associate with motherhood. They also have the effect of releasing the emotional impact of the event, teaching the baby on a deep core level that he is loved and how to let go of stress. Breast feeding also plays a big part in the maturation process. It jump starts the digestive system, passing on vital bacteria which line the intestines. It also plays a crucial role in the development of the chakra system.

Barbara Brenan, a NASA scientist turned healer, used to teach in her four year healing school, that the second chakra could not fully form without breastfeeding. So where does that leave those of us who were not breastfed? Are we condemned to a life of worry fear and anxiety? Are we forever to be plagued with difficulty in bonding with our chosen partners and children? Can we find peace only on a beach in Maui or during a deep hypnotic meditation tape? Can we ever unwind the layers of emotional hurt and trauma, piled up like a garbage heap waiting for some future anthropologist to sort through? The answer is yes although it's not in a pill, it is possible to find daylight and walk out of the nightmare. The rewards are awesome and may take months to unfold. As your system unwinds everything comes with it and you will find yourself uncovering layers of pain and suffering, coming up and releasing sometimes slowly and then sometimes in a big rush.

For the past twenty years I have been helping people release their trapped stress and emotions on a cellular level, and this information just recently came from a very unusual source for me; it came with a piece of equipment. A friend sent me a scalar wave laser to play with after I surprisingly got an affirmative muscle test. This device works with nonlinear light waves and its primary program is to clear cellular memory and trapped emotions. What's more its primary protocol is to unwind adrenal and sympathetic nervous system dominance. This is all the more surprising because I do not usually like devices for healing, but Leela (the play of the Gods) had its laugh with me and I am grateful for it.

Now we have the question as to what to do with the information? We have the adrenals which are stuck on high; the spine and skull are structurally jammed by decades of compression; the TMJ is locked and the sympathetic nervous system is on full speed ahead, all of which needs to be released and unwound. This is something which can be accomplished by a scalar wave laser, self hypnosis if you can stay present for the whole thing and Cellular Memory Therapy. A slow mindful yoga maybe of additional help. The biggest rewards will come though Love, Intention and Surrender. AKA Prayer! If you're successful you will notice your breathing shift to your sacrum and a sense of deep relaxation. The largest determinant to your success is your ability to get out of the way and your commitment to continue the process through enough layers to make the shift permanent.

Copyright (c) 2010 David Lowell