Why Energy Healing? – By Dr. Alex Loyd

November 14th, 2012


A recent study published in the Wall Street Journal stated that the money spent on health care in the United States has exceeded 15% of our gross national product. At the heart (literally!) of this epidemic of illness is unhealed stress caused by the false pictures and unhealed energy patterns stored in our body/mind. There is even evidence that genetic diseases originate somewhere in our family tree because stress damaged the genes of our ancestors. The wonderful news is that research from the Institute of

HeartMath indicates that if the stress can be removed, the genes will often heal.

According to Dr. Lipton, internal stress is caused by deeply held wrong beliefs. These beliefs cause us to interpret circumstances as threatening, when in actuality they aren’t. This wrong interpretation of our circumstances causes the unhealthy activation of what we have come to know as the “fight-or-flight” syndrome.

There are three components of the fight-or-flight syndrome:

1. The autonomic nervous system creates stress so that we can run faster or fight

harder, literally to survive the current event.

2. Resources, including blood flow, nutrients, waste removal, and oxygenation, are

shifted away from our internal organs, immune system, and higher intellectual

functioning and shifted to large muscle groups and the brain stem, where reactive

thinking occurs.

3. Individual cells receive an alarm message from the nervous system to shift out of

growth and into the self-protection mode. (Cells in growth mode are impervious to

illness and disease; cells in self-protection mode are susceptible to illness and


Dr. Lipton explains that if the body stays in this state long enough, illness and disease

are likely to follow. This is the process that creates disease 95% of the time. Dr. Lipton

goes on to show that the reason we are getting sicker as a population, even though our

technology and research are improving, is because we are going into the fight-or-flight

mode daily. Innocuous events such as the phone ringing, driving our car, going to the

mailbox, or looking at our checkbook can trigger stress. The body was designed to go

into the fight-or-flight mode only when our lives are threatened, and then immediately go back into growth mode when the threat has ended.

We remain in the fight or flight mode so consistently throughout the day because of our

false and unhealed mental images and their associated wrong beliefs, which in turn

constantly create negative feelings and behavior.


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