There is no physical ailment w out a thought/emotional disturbtion first. -me lol ***”what exists physically, exists in thought/feeling first. There is no other rule” – idk who said it first. 🙃
Each organ is attached to an emotion (s) … [[you have thought/emotional patterns of Love, your brain will release chemicals to match how you think/feel. You have thought/emotional patterns of fear, your brain releases #those chemicals into the body just the same.]] 👀
Kidney/ears/bladder are connected to thought/emotional patterns of #FEAR [negative] *** #gentleness, #calmness, #silence *** [positive] … Physical symptoms when thought/emotional patterns of fear can manifest as •loss of sexual energy
•loss of life force energy
•nervous system disorder
•body can become acidic [disease cannot exist in an more alkaline based vs acidic body. [Food/emotions contribute to alkalinity/acidity]]
•and/or knots in abdomen
For God has not given us a spirit of fear and timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline 2Timothy [[..youve been #conditioned to have a spirit of fear, whether about money, health, relationships etc.. a spirit needs somewhere to live or it dies. #LetItDie]]
Forget about the messenger… take heed to the message.
#WhatsOnYourMind ? #LupieNoMore #LupusResearch #LupusEducation #vibratehigher #spiritualawakening #positiveaffirmations #enlightenment #HealthEducation #metaphysical #kidneyhealth #kidneys
Love on Your Kidneys
- Fluid intake—Kidneys require at least 8 glasses of pure water per day to help them flush waste from your body. Make it your rule of thumb that fluids equal water, and nothing else—not coffee, not beer, not soda, not even juice. You certainly can drink other beverages, but they do not count toward your daily intake of 8 glasses of fluids. “Water” is the watchword.
- Sodium—Excess levels of sodium (salt) cause fluid retention and are counterproductive to kidney health. You don’t have to avoid it entirely but try not to shake salt onto anything.
- Protein—Meat and cheese not only create an acidic environment that is hard on the kidneys, they cause the body to excrete calcium, causing excessive amounts of it to pass through the kidneys, and this increases the potential for stones. Limit your consumption of protein from meat and cheese, giving preference to fish and vegetable sources of protein (soy or a combination of beans & rice). Actually, whey powder is the perfect way to consume protein.
- Sugar—Limit or avoid refined sugar and products that contain it. Sugar stimulates the pancreas to release insulin, which in turn causes extra calcium to be excreted in the urine.
- Aloe Vera Juice—Aloe is very cleansing to the body, and the kidneys love it! Mix up a health cocktail from the juice of one squeezed lemon, an ounce of aloe vera juice, 6 ounces of bottled water and a teaspoon of honey (for sweetening) to keep the kidneys performing at their very best. Lemon juice and aloe vera provide noteworthy levels of citric acid or citrate. When citrate binds to calcium, it prevents this mineral from massing together to form stones.
- Vitamin B-6—Helps prevent the formation of calcium oxalate.
- Magnesium—Lowers urinary oxalate, which is a mineral salt.
- Uva Ursi— Herbal support that benefits the entire urinary tract including the kidneys, bladder and urethra.
- Parsley—Increases the flow of urine, thereby assisting the kidneys to flush the body of wastes.
- Chlorella—Helps maintain an alkaline environment in which the kidneys thrive.