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Reset Off-line Neurons -- a new look at how your memory may function:


Even though I have two rates this week that support our Dementia project, neither one addresses the cause behind the cause. But, both help us to better understand some of the memory functions of the brain.

It is my belief that only a portion of memory is stored in the brain itself. The vast majority of memory is stored in the information field, and the brain then acts as a remote terminal to the morphogenic field (internet).

When the brain needs to access that information, it forms a holographic picture that tunes into a specific portion of the information field where the memory is located. If the brain is unable to form the picture, the memory cannot be retrieved.

With that idea in mind, it struck me that when the hard drive on my computer begins to fail I am unable to access certain files and pictures. The diagnostic tools on my computer then tell me that my hard drive has "bad sectors" and the drive needs re-formatting (or replaced).

Perhaps that same thing can be going on in the brain, so I found a rate for Bad Brain Sectors (84.4 - 20.4) An analysis of the subjects in out project showed what I expected to see. The healthier the brain, the fewer bad sectors.

A further analysis showed that when the "bad sectors" are widely scattered, there seems to be only a little impairment, but when the sectors are close together or deep in the brain there seems to be more dysfunction. (I don't have enough test subjects to verify that entirely.)

At this time I have not worked to restore these bad sectors since we do not have permission to balance on these subjects and we need more information before we start making changes. The bad sectors led me further into how the brain is producing the memory holograms and I found that if the associated neurons were dead the memory would be fuzzier. But, since many of these neurons are alive (just not functioning), the memory hologram ends up with holes in it.

This made sense to me since we often purposely forget traumatic events and have lapses in memory when we have been severely injured.

So, I pictured these thousands upon thousands of neurons as electrical circuits with their own individual breakers. The malfunctioning neurons were simply off-line; not unlike a circuit where the fuse has been tripped.

At this point I have not examined WHY the fuse was tripped. It could be because of damage to the myelin sheath, it could be toxins, physical damage or even poor nutrition. All I am looking for NOW is to see if these neurons can be brought back on line.

So when a neuron goes off-line that portion of the memory hologram goes dark. Reset Off-line Neurons [(70.8-95.3)(34.4-19.5)(73-94)].

When I balanced an individual (not in our project) the indicators for brain activity improved. HOWEVER, since I did not work to eliminate the cause of WHY the neurons were off-line in the first place, I am sure that resetting them was only temporary.

Our dementia research is showing us that heavy metal deposits in the brain affect the magnetic and electrical qualities of the brain. As the magnetic and electrical qualities degrade, brain function degrades as well. We also see that prion infections in the brain are associated with dementia.

In any case, as long as the brain neurons are alive there is the possibility they can be restored to functionality.

Work with these rates and give me some feedback!

Keep smiling and dialing!

Marty
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