If your gut is contaminated so too is your mind. In other words, when you’re not digesting the positive attributes of life, you’re disrupting the gut-brain connection with toxic energy. With a foggy mind and an achy body, it is very easy to fall into a slippery slope of self-sabotage, destroying what matters most to you, all the while believing you’re addressing the issues to your life’s problems.
Therefore, shining a light on what is really happening inside your mind and body is about looking at your inner saboteur from a different perspective. This is all about listening to the inner voice of your gut and not the VIRAL VOICE, which reflects the collective energy and symptoms of fungus, yeast, bacteria, and parasites, each of which disrupts and damages your gut-brain connection.
What is known today in the medical community about the Viral Voice and the gut-brain connection to our emotional and psychological state is far beyond what it used to be. This, however, is something I’ve been working on with my clients for a number of years.
Called the Enteric Nervous System (ENS) scientists have determined that your ENS, which is hidden in the walls of your digestive system, are more than 100 million nerve cells lining your gastrointestinal tract from the esophagus to rectum. This ‘second brain’ is an intuitive intelligence system.
The Viral Voice overrides the intuitive intelligence of your gut (which is medically referred to as your second brain). As a result, it collectively makes up a large part of your inner saboteur. The Viral Voice can come from a myriad of places or living things, but the solution to starving it out of your system is not nearly as complicated as some make it seem.
The first step in getting rid of this intrusive voice is by accurately identifying the root cause of its various symptoms and causes behind your ailment. From there, we clear them out through entity clearing (if needed) along with quick, healthy, and effective changes to your diet. I’ll be writing some upcoming articles about entity clearing and your gut-brain connection, as well as providing tips and techniques for maintaining a healthy gut. In the meantime, if you have any questions about your healthy gut please email or call me.
Medical Disclaimer: What I’ve shared with you here is not intended to be a substitute for a medical diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding your own medical conditions.