We have made numerous original discoveries, over the years, at the Balancing Center. This new section of our website will reveal some of the unique connections between allergy and amino acid utilization disorders that we have observed, and the fascinating word-associations that can produce an allergy, as well as some of the strange reasons why a person might reject one or two specific vitamins or minerals, yet receive and utilize all the others. This section has been written for health pracitioners, so it is not directed to "you" as the client, but to "you" as the practitioner.
Nothing in the following list of observations offers solutions for any health effects that we will be discussing. This is simply an arena for exploring what's happening. We are suggesting these ideas so that the reader may understand some of the processes that we have observed. Health practitioners reading this are welcome to adapt this information into whatever form of body-work or vibrational healing work they are currently doing.
1. Unique Biochemical Misinformation:
The following conditions that we have observed, at the Balancing Center, have been associated with specific biochemical errors that clients have made by a subconscious decision. under duress. These negative associations may either be the cause of a health problem, or simply a contributing factor. We believe that making corrections in the inacccurate transmitters can be an additional tool for arriving at a resolution of some of the problems your client may be presenting. Once you can clear the emotional basis for these errors, it may give your client a better chance to minimize health effects that might be surfacing.
We are assuming that the severity of any neurological condition varies in proportion to the percentage of molecular errors that are occurring, so this is why we observe such a broad spectrum of dysfunction. The difficulty can range from emotional disconnection with high intellectual functioning, to severe disability.
We have found that this correlates with the substitution of a few aldehyde radicals for the methyls on the acetylcholine molecule, sometimes a change in the glycine molecule or the serontonin and dopmaine molecules as well. These errors, in any substantial percentage, create havoc in the neurological connections within the brain, as well as in the digestive system, and all over the body. This could account for the diverse areas of dysfunction that accompany autism, OCD, learning disabilities, Asperger's. etc.
The indications are that these substitutions are often initiated by methyl mercury, other toxic adjuvents in vaccines, or from the injection of simultaneous multiple vaccines. However this is not the only source. Neurotransmitter inaccuracies, as well as serious fetal deformities, can also come from genetically modified foods, specifically those contaminated by glyphosate, chlorpyrifos, Bt Toxin, and others. There are other contributing sources as well, such as radioactive exposure, and prenatal exposures to toxins of various kinds.
As mentioned in the Articles to Discuss, we have observed consistently that a methyl at #2 on the estrogens is associated with estrogen-dependent breast cancers. We have made a few inquiries of people who have been identified as having the gene "BRCA-1" that is associated with breast cancer, and so far we have found that the methyl on #2 correlates with it. Since this error can be changed quite easily, perhaps the expression of that gene can also be changed.
This is the Fischer diagram, showing the numbering of the positions in the hormone molecules in the cholesterol cascade. The methyl on position #2 is usually initiated in early adolescence as a way to differentiate from Mom, or some one in Mom-position, who suddenly has become identified as a role model to reject. And it can be initated later for other reasons, often related to other issues of nurturing.
The molecular change might not surface as an overt illness until many years later, and it might never. It is not a breast-cancer marker in the sense that it identifies breast cancer, it simply indicates the potential of a susceptability. Many other factors are required to initiate the development of cancer, even when that marker is present.
To minimize the possibility of susceptibility becoming a reality, whenever we spot a methyl on #2, we ask the body to show us the age when it occurred, find out what happened, and release the emotional charges that produced it. And we never tell the client that this is an indicator of breast cancer susceptibilty. We just change it and say nothing. .
When Cholesterol is too high:
Contrary to the current consensus belief, we have not found that high cholesterol is inherited. Very high cholesterol readings are usually due to a large percentage of inaccurate cholesterol molecules. The molecules that are inaccurate can't be used, so more will be synthesized until there are sufficient useful ones. Then the total of both accurate and inaccurate cholesterol molecules is measured, and the readings will appear to be too high, while the workable amount might be exactly right, or possibly less than optimal.
If the total number is reduced artifically, or prevented from being synthesized by a statin, then not only the inaccurate cholesterol molecules will be reduced, but the useable ones also will. The body will be forced to deal with cholesterol that is much too low, while the official readings would read as "normal."
Low cholesterol introduces health hazards that are not usually recognized as being due to that, i.e. mental confusion, cellular susceptibility to microorganism invasion, and significant hormone shortages, i.e.progesterone shortage causing miscarriages, osteoporosis, PMS, etc. and testosterone shortage causing erection difficulty and low energy, estrogen shortage causing hot flashes, as well as adrenal depletion, etc.
The way we suggest regulating cholesterol is to find out why the inaccurate ones are being made, and resolve the emotional decision that occurred at the moment when that started. Then the level of acurately synthesized cholesterol can be maintained appropriately by the action of the B-vitamins and fatty acids.
This has consistently shown to accompany a methyl at #8 on the cholesterol, which then is passed on to methyl at #8 of the testosterone. Along with this, the second factor we have noticed is that some of the vitamin D molecules are lacking a hydroxyl at position #25. The third factor is a sun sensitivity, where "sun" is usually about the "son" in some awkward emotional context.
Given the combination of all three of these conditions together, our belief is that a toxic compound is then synthesized within the body that the kidneys can't release, and it comes out through the skin.
There are a couple of reasons for diabetes that we have observed here that I believe have not been considered by the mainstream.
The first one: When glyphosate enters the beta cell, it prevents the release of insulin. Detoxifying that contaminant, staying with organic food, and avoidng weed-killer around the yard, allows the insulin to be released. Then glucose can be maintained at the right level. We recommend suggesting to your clients that maintaining a supply of the detoxifier is important in order to protect them after eating at a restaurant. They can take a small dose when they get home, so they won't absorb the toxin.
The second one: When insulin is released, sometimes the peptide chains separate and fall apart because the di-sulfide bonds break, and obviously glucose can't be picked up. The way to repair the bonds is to add rubidium. Rubidium is needed to construct the enzyme that will maintain the integrity of the bonds in the new insulin that is being synthesized. Then the glucose can be transported to the target cells without a problem.
These two reasons for diabetes are different from the classic etiology we ordinarily expect, when insulin is withheld due to met-enkephalin. Then we ask the body-conscousness to show us how it can release the wheat/meat allergy. Met-enkephalin can be removed from the beta cells with vitamin C.
The other reason happens when high insulin and high glucose occur both at once, which means that the insulin can't put glucose into the target cells due to shortage of chromium and/or vanadium. Then we suggest chromium and/or vanadium.
It is also true that sometimes there are emotional issues surrounding the pancreas. Diabetes is sometimes more complicated than the brief solutions suggested here, but these possibilities would be a good place to start.
2. Allergy Puns
We have come across some unexpected word-associations that have produced allergies. These are all symbolic of disconnection, and the target of disconnection is translated in the limbic thesaurus as associated with a similar sounding word in a different context, and will show up as a food allergy, or an animal allergy that has no connection to the food or the animal, except by the sound of the word.
B-1, thiamin: I don't like being single. (I like B-2 better.).....I don't want to be one of those people......I didn't like being one year old---being one month old, etc.
B-2, riboflavin: I don't like being in a couple's relationship, I'd rather B-1.
B-3, niacin: I don't want to be three years old, it was too scary......I was involved in a love-triangle, and it hurt......I didn't want Mom to bring home that third baby.....Three's a crowd.....I don't like the Christian Trinity concept.
B-12, cyanocobolamine: Twelve people are on the jury, I'm afraid of being judged......The twelve step program is a drag......The twelve disciples are scary......Cheaper by the dozen is not true, it's just a trick.
Our best case about B-12 was this: I don't want to be twelve, because Mom rented out my room and made me move to the basement in a small area that felt like a cell. This client let B-12 into her blood, but wouldn't let it go into the cells, which was called "pernicious anemia" and when we cleared that decision at 83, her B-12 was able to enter the cells again, and her life-long anemia was resolved. The doctor said that over these70 years it must have been a consistantly incorrect diagnosis, because she couldn't have gotten over it, nobody does. We all had a great laugh. She was fine.
Cats: Terror of being sent, as a small child, to the Cats-kill mountains.....Very sad to see big animals in a truck, Dad said they are Cattle, and are going to be killed and eaten......Catty girls ruined my reputation.....I'm afraid of Cool Cats.
Cheese: Mom followed us all around with a camera and kept making us say "cheese."
Corn: The Grandmother that I didn't like was named Mrs. Cobb.....Dad was a Colonel in the Army......My dad drove the Frito-Lay truck.....My Mom told a lot of corny jokes, trying to be funny, and she embarassed me......My brother used to corner me, and I couldn't get away.
Vitamin D: D is a bad grade....D is the first letter of someone I don't like....it stands for a word that is scary, could be death, danger, devil, disaster, devastation, etc.
Dogs: Dog allergies can be about an emotional charge around Top Dog/Under Dog. or being in the dog-house.
Gluten: Before I was born, I felt compelled to split out and let go of my incarnation, so I went against the grain. Later I found out that I was really in the world after all, but I still can't digest gluten.
Lysine: Lysine utilization needs vitamin K and vitamin B-2, but even when these are abundant some people refuse to absorb or utilize it, because it reminds them of a confusing time when people were lying to each other and lying to them. Lysine brings up the "lie scene," until that negative association can be changed.
Meat: I'm always afraid to meet new people.....I could never meet the expectations of my perfectionist parents.....If I can't meet the mortgage I will lose my house. Eating meat means you are not spiritual.
Minerals: We have often observed that people who are low in minerals sometimes are literally refusing to allow them to be absorbed. Often this is a decision based on a subconscious belief that Men Are All---(cranky, mean, scary, indifferent, cruel, whatever the negative generalization is)---and therefore I'm not letting them in. Most of these mineral rejections are made by women who have had difficult experiences with men.
But one man, who had been in the Air Force, made the decision to block his trace minerals when he recognized, with fear and despair, that in war Men Are All expendable.
Mushrooms: I didn't have much room in the house where I had to live, at that time.
Oats: Sowing wild oats. Feeling your oats.
Rice: Rice is often interpreted as Rights. Human rights, Civil rights, Rites of Spring. Last Rites. Or it can be a symbollic rejection of one's country, or their experience with the Asian culture, as a way to become free from the expected constrictions.
Salt: I have felt assaulted most of my life.
Soy: Often it ceoms from Spanicsh culture, or past life, but not always. I would never dare say "YO SOY!" I was never allowed to speak up for myself. That can be the emotional content of a soy rejection, even without a South American component.
Steak: I invested, with high stakes at risk, and I lost......I had a stake in the outcome of that action, and was overruled.
Sugar: I saw through all the sweet-talk, it was fake. Sugar can be an allergy when there is mistrust in sweetness, and in that case the enzyme sucrase, that is supposed to divide sucrose, is not being synthesized.
Taurine: When someone is torn between two alternatives, or two loyalties, taurine can't be utilized or synthesized. Otherwise, all it takes to synthesize it is vanadium and cysteine.
Tyrosine: Converted folic and phosphorylated B-6 are the vitamins that are needed in order to hydroxylate phenylalanine and create tyrosine. It can go on from there to synthesize dopamine, and given a little iodine, it can synthesize thyroxine. Even when these vitamins are available, we have found that some people refuse to sythesize tyrosine because it brings up old fears of a "tyrant scene," or perhaps the "tired scene." Once that is handled, the tyrosine can be fully available.
Wasp allergy: We had a black lady who was OK with bee stings and other bites but had a very strong reaction to wasps. Very funny, we all laughed together about that, and released her fear of white anglo-saxon protestants.
Wheat: Dough is money.....Dad is the bread-winner.
3. Amino Acid Disorders Associated with Specific Allergies
Alanine (potato) is part of the Tryptophan cascade, a metabolite that occurs when niacin interacts with tryptophan in order to create NAD. If this part of the cascade is deflected, then Alanine will not be available to take part in the dehydration synthesis of glucose, to make glycogen in the liver. This phase of the tryptophan pathway isn't about a milk allergy, it appears with potato allergy. It could also be about blocking the uptake of niacin. And it is possible that the biochemical deflection caused by a potato allergy could create this impact on the niacin.
Cysteine (wheat and soy) takes part in the forming of double sulfide bridges needed to link two polypeptide chains together. Two Cysteine molecules, occurring on each of parallel chains, join across the chains to make Cystine. This stabilizes the molecule, and it happens in the presence of rubidium. Cysteine is a metabolite of cystathionine, which is derived from homocysteine.
In an allergic process involving the disconnection from wheat or meat, methioninediminishes the amount of homocysteine that can be made. Once the methionine cascade is corrected, homocysteine will be present. Then, in order to proceed to cysthathionine, the enzyme needed requires the amino acid serine in combination with phosphorylated B6. In a soy allergy, serine can't be synthesized. This shortage, as you can see, is what really allows homocysteine to become excessive.
The result is that cysteine synthesis is at risk in the presence of both a wheat allergy and a soy allergy. Both cystine and cysteine are required for the growth of healthy hair, so hair can become flimsy and dry, and fall out, or grow too slowly, in the presence of these allergies.
Glycine (soy) is produced from Threonine by the enzyme Threonine aldolase. When soy is an allergy, held in a state of emotional disconnection, it diminishes the synthesis of this enzyme. Glycine is needed as a neuroinhibitor in the spinal column, to modulate the transmission of acetylcholine and prevent muscle spasms. It also is needed in the brain to guide and regulate synaptic action. There are alternative pathways that produce glycine, so a severe shortage is unlikely.
Glutamine (oats) has to convert to Glutamate. Glutamate interacts in the process of transaminating the amino acids, as part of the processing of protein constituents, and initiating the urea cycle.
Glutamate is an excitement-producing neurotransmitter in the brain, and in excess it contributes to hyperactive behavior. It is the source from which GABA is derived, with the help of the trace mineral Germanium. The synthesis of GABA regulates the production of wht would have otherwise been excessive Glutamate, and also serves as a neuroinhibitor by modulating the excessive release of acetylcholine in the brain.
Histidine (pollens, animals) is what creates Histamine, released from the Mast Cells upon stimulus by IgE, in response to helpless grief, or fear, or anger associated with pollens or animals. Often an allergy to grasses or tree pollens is initated by a frightening experience that occurred outdoors. Allergy to flowers could also be about a funeral, or a wedding. Animal allergy, even though it is also histamine-mediated, can be due to a negative experience with an animal, or due to a word association that has been translated in the limbic brain as a negative emotional disconnection from an animal.
Isoleucine and Valine (rice) together become disrupted when there is a rice allergy. Cold hands and feet are due to the Isoleucine part of it, as this constricts the peripheral circulation when the cascade is caught at α-methylbutyryl-CoA and can't go down to Tiglyl-CoA. We also found that a shortage of Tiglyl-CoA can diminish the synthesis of albumin.
Leucine (plastics) is associated with a plastic or petroleum allergy. As an allergy, it makes an opiate called Leu-Enkephalin, and this settles in the mid-brain, causing the pupils of the eyes to become noticably enlarged. Our client with a plastic allergy had rejected her parents that she perceived as "Plastic"and superficial, since she was a nature-loving natural foods person.
Methionine (wheat and/or meat) The classic methionine utilization disorder that is described by Dr William Philpott, in his book Brain Allergies, breaks at the first move in the cascade, between methionine and S-adenosyl methionine. When the break occurs there, as it does with a wheat or a meat allergy, instead of going forward to the adenosyl form it is deflected, and creates an addictive opiate compound called met-enkephalin.
Because it is an addictive compound, met-enkephalin creates an intense craving for wheat products, lowers the blood sugar and sets up a sugar craving. The reason for this is that it is drawn into the opiate receptors in the beta cells of the pancreas, disrupting the signals that govern the release of insulin, and causing a flood of excessive insulin. This produces hypoglycemia at first, and often turns into diabetes in later life. Resolving the basis for the wheat or meat allergy allows the cascade to correct itself.
Serine (soy) is the next amino acid down from glycine, the first metabolite of threonine. Soy allergy deflects the enzyme threonine aldolase, that otherwise would have allowed glycine to be formed. Following that, serine can usually be synthesized.
When there is no wheat or meat allergy, the methionine cascade is perfect. The perfect methionine pathway proceeds as far as homocysteine, but cannot go futher until it receives serine, needed to construct the enzyme that will take homocysteine over to cystathionine. Serine is synthesized from glycine, which in turn is synthesized from threonine. When serine joins with pyridoxal-5-phosphate, (the phosphorylated form of B6,) then the entire cascade can be completed, all the way down to cysteine, cystine and taurine.
Threonine (soy) We have discussed this in some of the entries above. Soy allergy prevents the synthesis of the enzyme Threonine aldolase, and reduces the amount of available glycine and serine.
Tryptophan (dairy) Milk allergy prevents the tryptophan pathway from going from 5-hydroxytryptophan to serotonin. To trace this cascade, first we need to back-track.
5-HTP is the first move in the cascade. It is light-dependent and rubidium-dependent, so if the cascade is broken there, the rest can't happen. When 5-HTP is present, however, the next thing is to find the decarboxylating enzyme that can remove the carboxyl, COOH, from 5HTP. This will generate the monoamine, serotonin, the neurotransmitter that makes people feel upbeat and energetic. The name of this wonderful enzyme is 5-hydroxytryptophan decarboxylase. SSRI pharmaeuticals block this enzyme, unless you give your client biotin.
Sunshine is essential for this process too. In the winter, people who experience seasonal depression can install a few UV lamps around the house, and this will help very much. Check the Internet for a source of Ott lamps. As an aside, give them extra vitamin D.
A compound made in the wake of a milk allergy prevents the construction of the enzyme that decarboxylates 5 HTP in order to make serotinon. Usually it revolves around a disconnection from what had been expected, or hoped for, regarding nurturing and loving acceptance. Often, (although not always,) Mom is the target. When it is happening with little kids, the Mom can choose to become more conscious of her impact, and learn to interact in a different way.
If adult kids are still holding old wounds about Mom from years ago, and if conflict resolution is an agreed-upon option, these can often be changed by a combination of exploring these feelings, talking about them, and meridian releases. Updating old stuff is a beautiful and very effective form of healing for families.
Valine (rice) When valine is not going down its preferred pathway, it affects the skin. We have mentioned Isoleucine as an important part of the disconnection from rice, and Valine is included in the biochemical errors that come down with a rice allergy, but the symptoms of a Valine utilization disorder are quite different from the effects that are generated by an Isoleucine utilization disorder. We would observe rashes, itching, crusty areas, areas of inflammation, and crawling sensations have been reported, as though something underneath the skin were creeping around.
These effects are usually not usually obvious in a rice allergy, but are likely to show up in the face of a shortage of the proper conversion of niacin or riboflavin to NAD or FAD. Either one would interrupt the pathway before it could reach full resolution. If the kidneys are less than optimal, this action is likely to set up imbalances of a few Valine metabolites, and create self-generated toxins that could come out through the skin.