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Leaky gut - treatment

Posted by
Ole Hagen on October 06, 1999 at 10:05:48:

Hello

I am currently doing diet and excerzise.
But It seems like I am missing out on the most important thing, according to this site, SR.

Is this method proved effective, and most of all
harmless ?

I noticed there are a few programs downloadble on the net
which offer these brainwave programs similar to
the SR tapes.

Will these computer work the same way? Be as effective ?
Or can they be dangerous ?

I read somewhere that some effects can be compared to
effects of narcotics. I find this a bit scary as I dont
want my brain to be subject to something like that.

I am thankful for any replies.

Ole



Re: Leaky gut - treatment - about narcotics

Posted by Robot Responder on October 06, 1999 at 10:32:09:

In Reply to: Leaky gut - treatment posted by Ole Hagen on October 06, 1999 at 10:05:48:

You expressed what sounds to me like a simple fear of the unknown. Perhaps I can allay (or magnify!) that Fear:

Dr. Stoll has said here many times to the effect that (I.E. these are NOT his exact words!) that the exact same effects of any drug can be achieved using the mind/brain only. I.E. with the right thoughts, you can get the effects of narcotics, insulin, hormones, whatever.

Hope that helps!



Re: Leaky gut - treatment + S-R

Posted by Mikael on October 06, 1999 at 14:23:25:

In Reply to: Leaky gut - treatment posted by Ole Hagen on October 06, 1999 at 10:05:48:

Hello, Ole. I'm also trying to cure LGS. I've tried the computer programs that generate a brainwave synchronization effect, so here's what I think. I'm not a doctor, scientist nor a drug user, but maybe my thoughts will help you to figure things out.

I think brainwave synchronization doesn't do much anything else than make you deeply relaxed. Actually they will make one so relaxed, that most people can't get that far without practising yoga for years. You are still in control. You can do amazing things when completely relaxed, and these are not directly caused by the synchronization noise, but actually created by your own creative consciousness. When "using" brainwave synchronization, you aren't tripping with a drug, but instead using your own powers of consciousness. That's the reason you are always in control. There are no bad trips or hangovers, and you can always stop everything when ever you want. In my experience the brain can jump from low delta waves back to beta waves in secods if needed. You never get caught in the altered state with BS, but can return when you wish to.

It's an easy way... but then - so are drugs? Well... First of all, drugs are poisonous, and BS is not. Alcohol for example is really poisonous, and that shows. No other drug produces such violent behavior as alcohol. Alcoholists don't have control over the drug. Psychedelic drugs are sometimes less poisonous for the body, but might be more poisonous to the mind. Taking LSD is like taking a taxi with a drunken driver. If one is lucky the taxi goes where it's supposed to go, but often it just flies to the river. I think people would benefit from drugs if three things were different. 1) Drugs would not be poisonous to the body, 2) Drugs would let the user keep full control over the experience, and 3) they would not cause addiction.

NOW: If there would be a pill (a drug) that had exactly the same effect as brainwave synchronization, these three conditions would test positive. So even if BS would be a drug, it would be a good one, and propably be accepted as a safe medicine which you could buy without a prescription. The person who invents this kind of pill, would become a rich man. Maybe it would be called "relaxotab" or something.

It's actually a shame to compare BS to narcotics. The drumming of a shaman is something much more similar. It works differently, because a drum doesn't produce binaural beats, but then again... drugs don't either. Drugs just manipulate your bodymind chemically. Drumming induces trance with a fast beat. The sound of a good drum is quite complicated and sounds interesting. The shamans sometimes took hallusinogenic plants too, but they didn't necessarily need them. Just drumming and/or dancing & singing was all they needed to enter magical worlds of animal spirits. I think the shaman's drum is the best thing to compare Brainwave Synchronization. Both work by sound and induce quite similar altered states + are free of toxins and don't take your mind anywhere you don't want to go.

Would this alleviate your fear?



Re: Leaky gut - treatment (What is SR? Is it dangerous?)

Posted by Walt Stoll on October 07, 1999 at 10:46:51:

In Reply to: Leaky gut - treatment posted by Ole Hagen on October 06, 1999 at 10:05:48:

Hi, Ole.

Sounds like you need a lot better understanding of what SR is. Get some of the references so frequently mentioned in my book and in the SR archives on this BB. THERE IS NO WAY THAT ANY FORM OF SR CAN HARM ANYONE!

THEN, if you still have questions, write again.

Walt



Re: Leaky gut - treatment + S-R (Archive under SR.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on October 07, 1999 at 11:33:09:

In Reply to: Re: Leaky gut - treatment + S-R posted by Mikael on October 06, 1999 at 14:23:25:

Thanks, Mikael.

Great stuff!

Walt



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