*Continuance of “My Story” starting with Blog #1: When your life flashes before your eyes in a flood gate of memories…
The first few days of the Pathogen Purge we learned how to implement many new ways of healing into our lives, many of which I hadn’t done before. For example, doing a Salt Water Flush. The first time I did a Salt Water Flush I had been constipated for a few days. I felt like I needed to have a bowel movement but I couldn’t. I was VERY miserable. My abdomen and back were in severe pain because of extra pressure in my gut. I was bloated, which only made the situation worse.
A Salt Water Flush consisted of drinking a 32oz. Mason jar filled with pure water and two tablespoons of Himilayan Sea Salt mixed. I chugged the mixture down and waited for the “whoosh” effect. The “whoosh” was supposed to take toxins out of my body, and in turn clean my intestines, aiding in the detoxification process. Within 15 minutes – 1/2 an hour, I was supposed to feel the “whoosh” effect, and proceed to the bathroom to detoxify. I waited two hours, never getting the “whoosh”! This made my bloating, abdominal pain and back pain even worse! My gut felt like it was going to explode! I couldn’t touch my abdomen it hurt so bad, let alone put any kind of pressure on it. My head was pounding with an explosive headache. I felt absolutely miserable and sick, not to mention super constipated! Since the Salt Water Flush didn’t work I needed to try something else. What’s next? I thought.
At my age then, of 23 years old, I learned how to do a coffee enema. Mom taught me how, along with instructions from the GTin5 information. When I first started doing coffee enemas I had no idea that I would end up doing enemas as often as I did. Coffee enemas were my best friend throughout the whole GTin5 program! As the program got more intense, I was doing coffee enemas daily. I ended up constipated through the entire GTin5 Program. (Now remember, prior to this program I had diarrhea 5 – 15 times daily.) What’s going on? I thought. Enemas helped to eliminate and detoxify my body. They cleansed and hydrated my colon (depending on the type of enema), and killed bad bacteria’s such as fungus, bad pathogens, parasites, bacteria overgrowths, and who knows what else!
Enemas were a good idea for all people in this program to detoxify. Why? Because when a person’s body builds up with toxicity, their organs become stressed. When their organs are stressed, they can’t function optimally. Over time the organs grow weaker and can’t maintain their function. This is very hard on not only their organs, but their entire body.
Depending on a person’s state of health, the detoxification process can be easy or hard. For me, it was rough. My body was so built up with toxins that I needed to do detoxify more than “the normal person”. I was doing daily enemas because I was constipated. Since I was constipated that meant that the toxins weren’t getting out of my body. In turn, I had more abdominal and back pain, and many other increased symptoms. There were times throughout the GTin5 program that I needed to do a second, or even a third, enema in a single day. Yes, that was a lot! So how did I know that I needed to do another enema? By the signs/symptoms my body was giving me. I had learned to listen and become in-tune with my body over the past few years.
When I knew that I needed to do a second enema, my symptoms were exacerbated. The low back, which was normally a dull ache, was painful. It hurt to bend over or move. I could only stand or lay down flat on the floor when my low back hurt. It felt like my back was going to burst at these times. My entire abdomen would bloat and hurt. I was no longer gassy, which was awesome! The left side in my upper abdomen, directly underneath the ribs, just to the left of center of my body, felt like it was on fire deep inside my body. The heat would penetrate outward throughout my entire left abdomen. The heat extended from under the ribs to just below my belly button. At times it felt like a knife was puncturing through my abdomen going straight through into my back. That searing hot, electrifying, painful spot in my abdomen was the same spot that went into my back, just to the left of the spine…It was that deep inside my body.
Other symptoms that I had when I needed to do an enema included; feeling like I needed to have a bowel movement, but couldn’t. I would get abdominal cramps along with searing, red hot fiery pain under my ribs. Headaches would make my head feel like it was going to explode. I was nauseated and dizzy. I felt like vomiting. Hot and cold sweats were intense, often leaving me feeling weak. Overall I felt very ill, plain sick and tired. By listening and being in-tune with my body I was able to learn these signs/symptoms in order to help my detoxification process. All the things that I had learned while working with my other health professionals the last few years, were still being applied. I especially thought of all the important aspects Dr. R had taught me, which I was continually reminded of in this program. Everything had happened for a reason and I had been prepared the last few years to be where I was at today.
There was a specific routine that I needed to accomplish each day. I was determined to execute that routine daily, to give my best offering to regain my health. As Mom said, “Kelly is devoted to clean living. She’s totally 100% on this.” And I was. I wasn’t able to travel, staying overnight anywhere; I had daily coffee enemas to do each morning! In addition, I wanted to help make all our meals. I was eating ALL Organic, whole, nourishing foods that would aid in the healing of my body. For the past five years I had made the decision that I would feed my body what it needed to bring healing. I continue to do that. I wasn’t going to cheat just because it was inconvenient or I was traveling.
There’s a quote by Benjamin Franklin that says, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.”
I wasn’t going to put myself in a position to fail. If failure came, it wasn’t going to be on my part. I’d have NO REGRETS with my choice because my health and life were at stake. I couldn’t afford that risk.