The recovery of heart and family health

What is the difference between a family and society as a whole? It was once thought that members of a family had similar blood quality. Hence expressions such as “bloodline” and “blood relatives” arose. These expressions symbolize the fact that the biological quality of the members of a family is unique and different from that of other families and people in society.

What is the origin of the blood quality and the biological quality? Daily eating and drinking primarily affects the production of blood, body fluids and cells. Families are united because their members share food of the same or similar quality.

When members of a family eat differently, their underlying harmony is lost even if they share the same living space. The consequences are division, isolation and a breakdown in communication and understanding. The members of a family begin to think and act without a common ideal and without mutual understanding. If the wishes of individual family members are incompatible, disagreements, quarrels, and arguments will mark family relationships.

The first step in restoring family harmony is to eat together again. Eating together is not enough. If people eat poor quality food, or if their diet is inadequate or inadequate, they run the risk of eventually breaking up the family to cancer, heart disease, or some other degenerative disease.

Disharmony in the family often begins with the disharmony between a man and his wife. Sexual disharmony, disappointment, and dissatisfaction are the common causes of conflict between spouses and therefore underlie many family problems. Love and sexuality are the natural means of producing offspring. Love and sexual attraction arise from the complementary nature of men and women. The male reproductive organs, for example, complement the female ones. The ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterus are located deep inside the body in an upward position. The testicles, scrotum and penis are directed more downwards and lie outside the body.

These differences are mirrors of the two complementary energies that create and animate all things on earth. Although the man’s body, like that of the woman, is charged by these two energies, there is still a difference between the sexes in their degree of intensity. In the male body, the descending centripetal forces that come from space predominate. These include stellar, solar and galactic radiation, cosmic particles, solar and galactic winds and a multitude of high frequency waves. In the female body, the ascending centrifugal forces generated by the rotation of the earth are stronger. Hence the classic connection of fatherly or masculine energy with heaven and of maternal or feminine power with earth.

The celestial and earth forces continuously supply the body with life energy and enliven all of its functions. The rhythms of the body – sleeping and wakefulness, hunger and satiety, sexual desire and sexual satisfaction, movement and rest, and the expansion and contraction of the heart, lungs, stomach, and digestive organs – reflect the alternating pulse of these main energies.

A man and a woman exchange these energies during intercourse. The orgasm is similar to the spark of lightning that moves from the atmosphere to the earth during a thunderstorm. The accumulation of excess energy is neutralized by a lightning bolt. Similarly, the excess charge of celestial energy in the man and the excess charge of earth energy in the woman instantly cancel out when the couple unites during intercourse. If the energy exchange takes place smoothly, both partners enjoy a happy sexual life and a mutually satisfactory relationship. They are then naturally more loving and adaptable in their behavior towards one another and towards their children. However, for a relationship to be harmonious, the couple’s physical nature must be compatible. When partners eat separately and their eating habits are chaotic, their physical and mental natures become different. Indeed, a man and his wife can become so different that they may feel like they are living with a stranger. In such a case, the energy quality and the biological quality of the couple no longer match.

Diet also affects sex life in other significant ways. When a man or woman ingests excessive amounts of cheese, milk, butter, eggs, meat, poultry, and other foods that contain difficult-to-digest saturated fats, their body begins to lose its natural conductivity for the energies in the environment. Hard fat gradually builds up in the arteries, blood vessels and inside and outside the organs. The tissues themselves become stiffer and lose their elasticity, and the skin becomes hard, tense and insensitive. Nine out of ten adults have such a condition to some extent. You can easily tell if you are affected by lying on your back with your knees up and your feet flat on the floor. Exhale slowly and use the outstretched fingers of both hands to press deeply, but gently, on the abdomen. If you feel a hardening or tension here or feel pain, the tissues in this area are already tight and hardened. A hardening or stiffness in the abdominal area is present in almost all adults. This condition impairs the normal flow of the energies around us through the whole body, but especially in the area of the sexual organs.

Tension or stiffness in the muscles and joints and hardening of the blood vessels go hand in hand with hardening in the abdominal area. They result from a diet rich in cholesterol and hard, saturated fats and, at the same time, from the consumption of foods such as refined sugar, tropical fruits and oily or fatty foods. Love and sexuality depend on our receptivity to the energies around us and thus also to the energy of our partner. When our body hardens and loses its elasticity, our sensitivity and thereby our sex life and our ability to love are impaired.

Diet imbalances can directly disrupt the normal functioning of the reproductive organs. In men, for example, the increased consumption of fatty, oily or greasy foods in connection with an excessive intake of protein (especially proteins of animal origin) causes excess to accumulate in the prostate. Often the first signs of accumulation are microscopic nodules called prostate stones that appear in the more alkaline fluid secreted by the gland. If you eat a lot of hard fats – especially those found in cheese, butter, ice cream and other dairy products – and if you eat ice-cold or chilled foods and drinks frequently, the lumps can harden and eventually calcify in a similar way to kidney stones . Prostate stones can accumulate in the tissue of the gland in the form of cysts.

In many cases, the accumulation of fats and other types of excess results in enlargement of the prostate. The enlargement increases with the intake of sugar, alcohol, tropical fruits, honey, fruit juice, coffee, spices, drugs and medicaments. Benign prostatic hypertrophy (enlargement of the prostate) is found in most men today: it is estimated that 10 percent of men in their forties and almost 100 percent of men in their sixty have some form of hypertrophy. Prostatic hypertrophy causes a number of symptoms, including discomfort when urinating, dribbling after urinating, and excessive urination, especially at night.

The prostate has a compact and tight structure and lies below the bladder. It surrounds the urethra, which carries sperm and urine to the outside via the penis. It also surrounds the seminal ducts through which the sperm migrate on their way to the urethra. During ejaculation, the prostate contracts and helps transport the semen. As we can see, the prostate is directly related to male sexual functions. When it becomes swollen, enlarged, and filled with calcified cysts, sexual power and sexual pleasure decrease. In many cases, impotence, unsatisfactory sexual relationships, or decreased vitality can be attributed to prostate problems.

Physical hardness and stiffness lead to a number of emotional problems, as well as feelings of isolation from the environment, friends and family. Children, and especially babies, do not usually have these feelings. Usually, they feel that they are entirely a part of what is going on around them. This is because their physical condition is soft and adaptable and the energy can flow freely through their bodies. This healthy conductivity in relation to the forces of the environment causes the relatively high level of physical and mental activity that can be observed in children. The flexibility of body and mind is related to positive attributes such as ingenuity, creativity, playfulness, open-mindedness, thirst for research, resilience, optimism and honesty.

The feelings of isolation from the social and material environment are mostly felt for the first time after childhood, when stagnation and hardening begin to appear in the body. When our physical state becomes more rigid, our thinking and worldview ultimately reflect this change. Imitation and a lack of imagination take the place of creativity and originality. Instead of being open-minded and inquisitive, we become narrow-minded in our views and close ourselves off to new ideas. Optimism and honesty can give way to a pessimistic attitude and a constant repressing of our thoughts and feelings. Too often cold and distance take the place of love and warmth.

The physical and mental immobility makes our expression increasingly strict and critical. When our physical state becomes hard and immobile, it is difficult to express ourselves more peacefully, kindly, or finer. In such cases, even when trying to show love or affection, we often express ourselves through criticism, scolding, or belittling others. Frustration arises when we lose the ability to express ourselves freely through words, actions, or creativity. Frustrations can only build up until they finally break out in a destructive way, especially if they are fueled by an unbalanced diet.

Abusive behavior between husband and wife and between parents and children can often be observed. Too often the dining table, which is traditionally a place of togetherness and love, becomes a battlefield, where intrusive and abusive behavior is served as the main course.

The problems facing families today – from divorce and child abuse to infertility and juvenile delinquency – can be directly traced back to individual imbalances in daily diet, mentality and lifestyle.

When we have healthy and happy family reasons, we sow the seeds of peace and prosperity for future generations.

The secrets of health

Whoever said that the mind is more powerful than the body… Which I also believe… the should also use this spiritual power to keep the body as healthy as possible.

Otherwise this wisdom remains ineffective.

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