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How Does It Work: Simple Explanation of DISH

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The Simplest Explanation...

For some reason, I had to retrain my body to do what it should have been doing automatically. 

It was both missing information
& acting on mis-information. 

How did I retrain my body?

I needed to clear two main hurdles.

  1. Get the detox organs to remember how to do their jobs. 
  2. Correct the information. 
    • Fill in the missing information.
    • Reprogram the mis-information.

A Bike Analogy

I guess the best way to describe it is to look at the body like it’s a bicycle.

It doesn’t matter if the tires are aired up, the rims are not bent, the seat height is good, the pedals are not broken, etc.

If the chain is broken, you aren’t going anywhere. 

I think this might be why so many tests came back negative for me. 

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The bike is fine... 

...the chain is broken. 

What Is The Chain?

I think the chain is a “sorting system” the body is suppose to automatically be doing. 

I figured out how to get the chain back on! I figured out how to get my body to start sorting again. In the beginning, the chain still fell off a lot. But as I understood it more, I was able to fine tune the gears. 

The more fine tuning I did, the less often the chain fell off the gears. 

Now my sorting system is working more often than not. bike, cycle, gear

My chain is on the gears more than off the gears now. 

With the chain staying on the gears, I have high hopes of being able to some day bike across the finish line! 

How did I make this “sorting system” work?

I focused on the chain, not the bike?

Be Brave Enough to Take One More Try

I know it sometimes hurts when hoping for something to finally work when struggling with health challenges.  But I want to give you hope anyway.  

Three Step Process

I focused on three things.

A) The chain was broken: Something broke "my chain." 

Something caused my body to stop ‘sorting’ and clearing toxins efficiently.

There was probably a physical reason for this. But because it stayed that way for so long, something else happened as well. 

I suspected that it was a type of “disconnect”. Because of this disconnect, I needed to retrain my brain to remind my body what to do.

We know that involuntary actions like blinking can also be voluntary.

What about other functions of the body? 

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It was worth a shot, 

and it worked!

B) Fix the chain: This was putting missing information back into my brain. 

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I noticed my brain didn’t like missing data. 

My brain needed to know how things I encountered in my environment on a regular basis connected to similar objects in my past.  It could not remember on its own.  It was like the road was blocked and it was looking for a detour to take to get where it needed to be.  

Helping the brain to remember these connections was fixing the chain.

I would need to consciously think about how things were associated with each other.  Doing this somehow would “kick start” the subconscious mind to know how to process whatever it was that it needed to process.

Was this Neuroplasticity taking place?  Neuroplasticity generally speaking is when one part of the brain takes over the job of an injured part of the brain. 

Or…was I re-creating pathways in the brain?  Or both?

I didn’t know.

I do know it was working. 

So, I kept doing it. 

Remember though, fixing the chain wasn’t enough.

Be Brave Enough to Take One More Try

I know it sometimes hurts when hoping for something to finally work when struggling with health challenges.  But I want to give you hope anyway.  

C) Put the chain back on the gears: I manually did the sorting system's job. 

I did this by getting to know my body through muscle testing.  I wanted to understand what my body was trying to tell me. I started altering my surroundings deliberately in what I call batches. I made my allergies work for me and not against me.

If you have had any chronic illness for any period of time, you probably already know what it is like to need certain routines or schedules in order to make it through the day. 

It is similar to this but with progress forward! With lasting change!

Hope

Will I always have to manually do this sorting? 

I don’t know.  It doesn’t look like I will have to.  (Hope.)

How  much longer do I think I’ll have to do this manual sorting?

I don’t know.  But, the feeling of helplessness is gone. (Hope.)

Do I think it was/is worth the trouble to do it? 

Definitely!

This sorting is a simple concept, but it isn’t easy.  This is just the very, very tip of the iceberg. 

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If you are intrigued, I break this idea down more. Check out Tell me More.

Be Brave Enough to Take One More Try

I know it sometimes hurts when hoping for something to finally work when struggling with health challenges.  But I want to give you hope anyway.  

Cyndi Whatif
Cyndi Whatif

I am a patient turned author and guide. I share my hypothesis of an overlooked complementary body system which I believe determines whether or not a person has the opportunity to be well.

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