Multiple Sclerosis is a neurological disorder as the disease affects various parts of the central nervous system by way of destroying the myelin sheaths that cover the nerves. The destruction of the myelin sheaths leaves a form of scar tissues called plaque and this plaque destroys the nerves by hardening them, a process called “sclerosis.”
Now, as an autoimmune disorder, this would presuppose that the cells of the body, white blood cells to be exact, attack the myelin sheaths as if they were foreign invaders or substances. Anytime you have white blood cell activity, you have toxicity (of something foreign) on the scene. And when the cells begin to attack the body, you have dharma in the body whereby there is a separation – the cells see themselves as separate from the body and begin to attack the body.
Sclerosis means “hardening.” Is not arteriosclerosis a hardening of the arteries? Yes it is. And what makes the arteries harden up? Is it not arterial plaque and mucus? Of course it is! Well, it’s the exact thing with Multiple Sclerosis.
With Multiple Sclerosis, you have a hardening of the nerves in the brain due to excess plaque and mucus which dries up.
This plaque and mucus hardens up in the brain and on top of the myelin sheaths (protective nerve coverings) and because this plaque and mucus is acidic, it causes inflammation and the inflammation burns through the myelin sheaths and it is this activity that affects the nerves. It is the equivalent of removing the plastic coating from wire exposing the copper. If water gets on the copper of the wire, what happens, especially when what the wire is connected to is activated or turned on? Answer: It will affect the device that is activated by the wire and malfunction of the device will occur. With Multiple Sclerosis, there will be a malfunction with the human device (body).
In a nutshell, this is what Multiple Sclerosis is and now, this makes healing from Multiple Sclerosis much easier because now we have understanding of the particular problem or pathology. Multiple Sclerosis is a condition that can be healed. You just have to remain consistent with the therapy (remedy). (more…)