RELEASE YOUR TOXIC METALS AND YOU WILL RELEASE YOUR PAST
By Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© April 2018, L.D. Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
This article discusses an unusual concept – that by eliminating toxic metals deeply, one will often release old memories and traumas.
There is something special about minerals that is different from the vitamins, the hormones, and the other chemicals. The minerals are a deeper level or more basic level of matter. Indeed, they are the basis for the other nutrients, meaning that the other nutrients and chemicals are all made of minerals.
HOW CAN RELEASING TOXIC MINERALS
Dr. Paul Eck noticed that minerals not only affect physical functioning of the body. They also have specific emotional and psychological effects. Some are also associated with spiritual qualities.
For example, German researchers found that beer brewed in iron kettles contained a lot of iron, and when people drank it they became angry. This resulted in many brawls in bars. Iron settles in the amygdala, a part of the brain that has to do with rage and anger.
In the mid-1800s, workers who made felt hats used mercury in the process of making them. After 5-10 years of so at this job, many of them developed mental problems. They were dubbed “the mad hatters”, a term used in the story, Alice In Wonderland.
Copper is associated with fear because it stimulates the biogenic amines, which are neurotransmitters. Other examples are given in the article Psychological Aspects of Minerals.
Because of the intimate connection between toxic metals and mental effects, we have observed that releasing the toxic metals at times can help release traumas and memories. The converse is also true – releasing feelings can help release some toxic metals.
POOR ELIMINATOR PATTERN IS A TYPE OF HOLDING ON TO THE PAST
A common pattern seen on hair mineral tests is called the poor eliminator pattern. This consists of very low levels of any of the toxic metals, and it also includes very low levels of any of the nutrient minerals, as well.
In the context of this article, any poor eliminator pattern represents a type of holding on to toxic metals or to toxic forms of nutrient minerals. This will slow one’s progress along the path of development. For details, read Poor Eliminator Pattern.