What is Paralysis

If a danger is too much, too soon or too often, when spirit and soul leaves the body, a deep cellular conciousness comes to the conclusion, that there is no hope, whence it pushes the final button and the curtain closes.

This state of total black out is called Paralysis. It is initiated by a drop in blood pressure, which diminishes the bloodstream to the brain, disabling the human and animal consciousness. It can therefore rather be compared to the plant consciousness. The fainted person can no more react to anything, than can a plant. If some tiger comes by, the fainted body can be eaten as easily as grass by a sheep. The Paralysis is complete. It addresses every single cell in the body.

All the benefits of a Paralysis solution is ideally embedded in one and the same position, which the embryo has throughout most of the nine months of pregnancy. The big difference being, that the embryo in mothers womb – see picture below to the1 left – is totally relaxed, whereas the paralysed body is not.

The fetal position during Paralysis serves two distinct different approaches. One is for the outside of the body and one is for the inside. The approach towards the outside world is to protect against any dangerous influence. Thus the circumference of the body in fetal position is mostly bones and muscles.

We will look into some of the consequences of a Paralysis Hangover; the mere consequences that eventually pop up as chronic diseases, when they are not appropriately addressed in the aftermath of a Paralysis. Normally in nature a trauma lasts seconds or minutes, not weeks or months. Trauma does seldom occur during conception, pregnancy or birth in nature, because our animal friends are embedded in the spirit of their species, mediated by their instincts. The nature of our body does not know how to deal with these man made unnatural dangers and their related traumas; disconnectedness that is. Hence often times the body will not know, when the danger is over and when to deactivate the Paralysis. We will call this state, when the danger is over and yet the body is paralysed to some degree, a Paralysis Hangover. Often times, but not always, will dorsal vagus stay activated.

It is close to impossible to cover every aspect of a Paralysis Hangover, because it involves every muscle, every organ, even every cell in the body. We will cover some of the major areas, where the health may be inflicted by a long term Paralysis Hangover. If you are confronted with any kind of trouble, that constitute over time, stay assured that there most certainly are some connection to a Paralysis, that needs to be addressed.

With the removal of residual strains and subsequently adrenal stress from the fight or flight mode, the body will try to self regulate and become healthy and life sustaining.

The inside approach is about conserving life. All life supporting processes are choked to a degree, where they will survive as long as possible with the least consumption of the resources available in the body.

We will now try to cover the physiology of a Paralysis Hangover, first by describing the encapsulation of the inner organs through the fetal position.

Here we will distinguish between the muscular and the organ level. We will expose some of the common problems, that are increased by these circumstances, though a complete description is impossible. Not only because of the limits of this book, but mainly because a Paralysis involves pretty much everything in the body.

For the outside of the body the fetal position offers an almost closed circumference of muscles and bones, that encircles the inner organs, sexual organs and the face.

All affected muscles are tensioned and stiffened, to keep the body immobilized. This secures, that no limb leaves its crucial place, should the body be whirled around.

Bowing the head and tensing the neck muscles is, together with reduction of circulation in general, an important means to shut down the conscious mind. It simply denies the brain the needed supply of blood, oxygen and nutritions.

This makes it possible for the body to survive extreme situations like bumbling down a hillside, being submerged with the lungs full of water, with body temperature way below normal, without eating, without even experiencing pain, should we become eaten by the previously mentioned tiger. All these outside and potential dangerous influences are indicated with the black filled arrows at picture 8, where as the inner organs are preserved within the darker grey area indicated by the grey filled arrows.

Obviously the most vulnerable part of this all en-circulation is the skull. But at this point we should not forget, that we humans, within our capacity of rational thinking, estimate the head and our thinking capabilities way higher, than does the most primitive plantlike, vegetative consciousness of the body. From the concept of the fetal position we can learn, how exactly it validates different parts of the body: Without the vital inner organs, no life. Without sexual organs, no future life, and without the face, no senses by which to orientate in the outer world. Adversely, the thinking capability in itself means nothing to biological life.

Would we ask the average person on the street though, if he would chose to live without a thinking head rather than sexual organs, I think you know the answer: Most people would prefer to live without having their own children, but living without a head will by no means be considered a life!

Actually, common problems after a Paralysis, due to natural circumstances, affect abilities controlled by the mammal or human brain. These parts of the brain are more vulnerable to diminished blood supplies than are the more primitive parts, supporting the idea suggested above, that the subconscious would keep sexual organs intact rather than secure the human frontal lobe.