Breaking the Cycle 

Breaking the Cycle 

By Hon Priest Kailash

How do we now break this cycle of pain, disease and death? We need to return to “THE BIBLICAL DIET” and begin to consume the “BIBLICAL MEDICINE”; the fruits, nuts, grains and vegetables for food and the leaves of the tree for medicine. Some people find it hard to believe that just eating pineapple and papaya will rid them of fibroids, yet still it is a known fact that vitamin C deficiency (scurvy) will destroy 75% of all those affected however this same dreadful disease can be cured by drinking a cup of orange juice or by eating a couple of guavas. The majority of the drugs utilized in the pharmaceutical industry are isolated from plant sources. Digitalis, a drug prepared from digitalin, a glycoside obtained from the common foxglove, is used in medicine. With techniques of modern pharmacology, about a dozen steroid glycosides have been isolated from the leaves. These medicines strengthen the force of contraction and, at the same time, slow the heart beat so that the period of relaxation between beats is lengthened. The heart muscle thus obtains more rest even though it is working harder.

Aspirin, a synthetic chemical compound, scientifically known as acetylsalicylic acid, is made from salicylic acid, found in the bark of the willow tree.

It is not unlikely then that we can heal diabetes naturally with herbs and food. We should thus concentrate on building up the system, naturally in- creasing the cells’ sensitivity to insulin and insulin production by the pancreas. The cure is a day at a time process that must be followed loyally.

Fasting and Praying 

When we feast we naturally indulge in the foods that were created by our creator for our consumption. When the letter “e” is taken from the word feast we have fast. Fasting is the voluntary abstention from food allowing the digestive system to rest and the system to naturally go through a cleansing process. When we feast the majority of the blood in our system is diverted to our digestive system to provide energy for the breaking down of the food.

When dead animals are consumed or when the food is not chewed properly we increase the workload of the digestive system. Hence more energy has to be expended to break down and liquefy the food, leaving the system tired and the individual often feels sleepy.

Fasting will cause a gentle contraction of the stomach and intestines increasing the peristaltic movement of the food in the digestive tract. Fasting also promotes the secretion of enzymes along the alimentary tract; these enzymes will break down the waste in the alimentary tract and enhance their elimination. The blood flow will not be concentrated in the digestive system thus the other organ systems will be operating more efficiently.

Fasting will starve the physical nature of man and will feed the spiritual nature making these times ideal for prayer and meditation. One will then be able to meditate on their condition and harness the strength to do what it takes to eradicate their disease. Prayer and meditation comes hand in hand, and one must be able to meditate in order to pray. Fasting allows one to focus on the God in him facilitating communication and soliciting the strength of the entire universe to aid him on his journey to well being.

One should fast at least three times each strong (week); Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. For example if fasting on Monday, no food must be consumed from 6:00pm Sunday until 12:00pm Monday. The day before each fast aloe should be drank one hour after last meal; Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays. Drinking Aloe Vera will ensure a bowel movement first thing in the morning. The aloes must be chopped finely with skin on and soaked with ginger in a glass of water for three hours. The juice of half of a lemon can be added to the aloes just before consumption.


When you are faced with a demanding or life threatening circumstance your nervous system responds by releasing a flood of stress hormones, including adrenaline and cortisol, which rouse the body for emergency action. Your heart pounds faster, muscles tighten, blood pressure rises, breath quickens, and your senses become sharper. These physical changes increase your strength and stamina, speed your reaction time, and enhance your focus. This is known as the “fight or flight” or mobilization stress response and is your body’s way of protecting you.  This is vital for our survival as it significantly improve spiritual, emotional and physical strengths.  Spiritually we are more inclined to turn to our creator in times of distress and both our emotional and physical strength is almost doubled.

‘Stress’ may be defined as any situation which tends to disturb the equilibrium between a living organism and its environment. In day-to-day life there are many stressful situations such as stress of work pressure, examinations, psychosocial stress and physical stresses due to trauma, surgery and various medical disorders.

Hormonal Changes During Stress

In response to stress, the level of various hormones changes. Reactions to stress are associated with enhanced secretion of a number of hormones including glucocorticoids, catecholamines, growth hormone and prolactin, the effect of which is to increase mobilization of energy sources and adapt the individual to its new circumstance.

When stress is within your comfort zone, it can help you to stay focused, energetic, and alert. In emergency situations, stress can save your life—giving you extra strength to defend yourself, for example, fight off an attacker or jump from a burning building. Stress can also help you rise to meet challenges. Stress is what keeps you on your toes during a presentation at work, sharpens your concentration when you’re attempting the game-winning free throw, or drives you to study for an exam when you’d rather be watching TV. But beyond your comfort zone, stress stops being helpful and can start causing major damage to your mind and body.  We were not created to be stressed for a prolonged period of time,  in the moment of need respond and should then return to normal bodily functions.  Being stressed constantly is a disease “chronic stress”.  The body’s nervous system often does not clearly distinguish between daily stressors and life-threatening events. If you’re stressed over an argument with a friend, a traffic jam on your commute, or a mountain of bills, for example, your body can still react as if you’re facing a life-or-death situation, thus endangering your very well-being. When you repeatedly experience the mobilization or fight-or-flight stress response in your daily life, it can lead to serious health problems. Chronic stress disrupts nearly every system in your body. It can shut down your immune system, upset your digestive and reproductive systems, raise blood pressure, increase the risk of heart attack and stroke, speed up the aging process and leave you vulnerable to many mental and physical health problems.  Many women grow fibroids, cyst and eventually develop hormone dependent cancers (breast cancr) because of chronic stress.  High levelsof the stress hormone cortisol can also contribute to changes in a woman’s libido and her menstrualcycle.  Anxiety and depression is alsolinked to high cortisol levels leading to further hormonal imbalances that can compromise the womans abilty to conceive.

7 Seconds Resolution of Relationship Stress

Many times we go through difficulties in our relationships and it costs us days of happiness because we focus on the ills of our relationships.  Irregardless the life experience our reaction to it comes as a conscious or sub conscious decision.  We decide whether we are going to be happy or sad, angry or at peace; our decisions determine our quality of life.

If your wife or husband has done something wrong based upon the gravity of it you have a choice to leave or stay in the relationship.  What ever decision you make, you then have a choice to either be happy or sad with your decision and accept all the consequences.  For instance, if you find that your wife has been cheating, you can either choose to stay or get a divorce.  If you stay then you can choose to be happy or sad.  It makes no sense and it’s irresponsible to choose to stay and continually expound upon your wife’s shortcomings on a day to day basis and seek every opportunity to throw it back in her face.  You should have left.  If you stay, be happy.  Why? Because you chose to stay.  It is bad for your health to be upset all the time. In so doing you are wasting precious moments whereby you could have been enjoying each others’ company and the time you have in this realm.

It is way better that you share love than be upset and angry with each other.  The most precious thing we have to offer is our time and it’s much more valuable when this time is happy time, fullfilling time, fun time, love time. Remember this is your decision to make.

If you are in an argument with a love one it could last for weeks and you dwell on the issue daily, living in the same house and not even greeting each other.  Something might then happen that initiates a make up and next day you are good and smiling again. BUT YOU WERE UPSET FOR TWO WEEKS, poisoning your body with bad chemicals that suppress your immune system and increases the risk of developing cancer and auto immune diseases.  So, you spent days upset and in confusion wasting our most important asset  -“time”- and then you eventually work it out.  The time you waste is what you will need on your dying bed!!!

In any situation since we know we will resolve the issues in time, why wait……..COUNT TO 7 AND SAY HONEY I LOVE YOU, PARDON ME, KISS AND MAKE UP……..  This will save you days of pain and anguish and will add years of happines to your relationship and to your life.


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