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I am writing this post, basically passing along a story I heard.  I have not tried this yet, so don’t know if it actually works.  However, I am thinking about getting my paints out and doing some artwork.  Maybe I will also do a few pieces along these lines.

A friend sent me a story about a woman in Germany who was in poor shape health-wise due to a chronic Lyme’s infection (and maybe some other co-infections).  She had tried antibiotics and did not have much success with that route.  Then she tried several herbs and I think her infection was too far along, so she was in right bad shape…

So, maybe out of desperation, one day she did some research and looked up what a Lyme’s spirochete looks like.  Then she started doing some sketches and then she did some paintings.  She painted the Lyme’s spirochetes in her body and she painted herself in the spirochetes – showing that she fundamentally did not wish them harm.  She just needed the bacteria to know how much pain and suffering they were causing her.

She sat with these paintings for a few weeks and then one night she had a dream.  In the dream, it was basically evident that the bacteria spirochetes had decided that they would leave her body or turn themselves in to her immune cells (white blood cells).

She claims that a few weeks later, she was complete symptom free.  I kind of believe her.  [end of story]

Actually, when I read Buhner’s book about how complex a pathogen borrelia burdorferi is, it is mind boggling to think of a way for the body to overcome a bad infection.  The Lyme’s bacteria are exceedingly good at mutate and literally mixing up their surface proteins and even altering their genetic code!  The relationship these bacteria have with ticks is incredible (and a bit scary).  So why not try communicating with them in ways we have never conceived of before?  Either get along with them or continue to fight them – even though these bacteria have millions of years on us – in terms of evolving to adapt in dozens of different hosts!

Thanks for reading yet again,

KM

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