In grade 6 it all changed Jessy was up in the mornings. I saw progress in his work at school. Jessy’s interest perked in sports Jessy wasn’t a talker, now you couldn’t get him to shut up. Questions about everything, and anything. What he didn’t get at school he asked at home. What was happening with Jessy and Skinny Fiber?
Why this? why that.? You know what it was like talking to a child about 2 to 4 years old constant jibber jabber. That was Jessy, and he was 10 years old know he was wanted to learn everything around him.
It was like he was waking from a great sleep. His interaction with other kids kicked in, his interaction in sports, he ran his first Marathon and came in at a 101st place, but he finished and he was proud of it. He said “I just kept going” he wanted to finish. It was heartwarming watching him I knew that he had a long way to go yet. And I was there for him, we talked about everything.
He started to remember about his accident and the time spent in the Hospital. We talked about that. One day he asked me………”Nana, you remember the day you left me at that Lady’s house” ya “why did you do that?” Wow, I had to swallow and take a breath I didn’t what portray my feelings because they were pretty raw. Jess, I said, “it wasn’t me, I never wanted you to go anywhere but home with me.” “I got you out of there as quickly as I could” “it was the Child Protection Institution” “They thought you were being abused.” “but I had to show them that it wasn’ t good for you to be there and I did” We talked a bit more and I thought it was great that it came up, because he could get it out of his system, and we could move ahead, and leave that behind us.
I knew that it was the Skinny Fiber, but how, what was it doing?
I Found My Common “Denominator” Inflammation
Working with Muscle testing it takes time and practice to find and pinpoint the cause.
Questions: Is it in the organs NO. Around the organs YES Is it in tissues YES. What organs and you do from on to another until you find where. Common denominators can mean different parts of the body for different people. Depending on circumstances and health problems.
Melissa, I found it in and around the Pancreas, Liver, mostly in and around her abdomen. This all starting to make sense, Melissa was Open Heart Surgery at the age of 12. and a C-section at birth. Why is there a learning condition going on in Melissa? More on this in Melissa’s Journey.
Jessy, I found it to be in his Brain tissues and surgery in the tissues damage and inflammation. Hence his slow learning ability.
For me it is mostly in my legs twice I broke my right foot causing nerve damage and muscle damage. The other is my bladder that has been out of control for a very long time. Surgical intervention of posable cancer cells found in the uterus, that turned out to be benign. Here we have damage done to the tissues of the uterus and inflammation affecting the bladder over time. And high blood pressure through bad circulation in the legs.
An infection from Dengi a mosquito bite that happened in Costa Rica. When this infection leaves the body it leaves in different parts of the body. It pushes out through the skin. In it can be the chest, back upper arms and lower legs. In me, it was the lower legs between the knees and the ankles. This caused muscle damage and tissue damage. Causing bad inflammation over time in the blood vessels from knees to the feet. Hence cramping in the feet and legs. Pain moving up and into my back causing chronic back pain.
Moving Forward and Back Tracking
Why has the inflammation stayed in the body? Why doesn’t the Medical know about this? Finding the root reason doesn’t mean you have the cure. Why because everybody is different. But pinpointing the reason will permit you to look for the cure and in doing so help the body work its miracles.
Moving forward is the meaning that I found the root cause and backtracking is to find the reason. We are looking at three generations, myself my daughter and my grandson.
Neither one of us have the same affliction but each of us has a common denominator, neither one of us are in the same age group. Mine traces back to 1979 and Melissas traces back to 1980 to when she was born and 1992 heart surgery. Jessy traces back to 2003 and 2007 four years after birth. 2003 because he was also a C-section at birth.
The most important lesson from 83,000 brain scans | Daniel Amen | TEDxOrangeCoast
It has taken a long time to get to this point 2007 to 2017 in a 10- year span that is when I started on this quest. Today being June the 3rd 2017 I didn’t know then that this was going to lead me to so many diverse health issues. My main focus was on Jessy because I didn’t want him to go through an obese cycle leading to diabetes as his mother.
I did not know then that this was going to lead to getting all our health problems neither did I know that along with this research would lead me to share all this information to the public. I am opening up doors that could lead to a lot of tribulations for myself and my family or it could start a revolution within the Medical world.
But is this already taking place? I came across a video by Daniel Amen which confirms my findings to be of true nature and all this I have done through Kinesiology ( Muscle testing) I am only a concerned Grandmother mother and work a day person. Just like anyone of you that might be lead to finding this web page. What can this mean there is always a better way. sending blessings your way.
There is so much more to Jessy’s Journey I still have grade 7 and 8 to cover and know it is at the closing of grade 8 going into grade 9 in September.
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