Some Thoughts on Addressing Emotional Oscillators

Some thoughts on addressing emotional oscillators with a bioenergetic approach.

AN ARTICLE PUBLISHED BY PETER FRASER & NES HEALTH.

When dealing with the bioenergetic correlates of disease, the first process is to address the emotional oscillators. As a reminder, in NES theory, emotional oscillators can be thought of as information flows that eventually can affect four key organelles of the cell. An emotion is also an energetic structure that forms a standing wave. It can come into conflict with another emotion’s standing wave, and the resulting energetic disruption can affect cells. There are both bioenergetic and physical ways to address such problems, and here I will roam over the field of ideas about this topic.

The Spleen-Omentum Driver (ED-14)

This Driver field is an important one because it is correlated to our long-term memories and so to emotional oscillators. Long-term memories that are charged with emotion can become overly dynamic and oscillate, turning into obsessions and contributing detrimentally to behavior. In traditional Chinese medicine, the spleen is associated with emotional memory, and one of the evidences of distortion may be that those with bioenergetically distorted spleen fields can crave sweet foods. The dietary corrective is to introduce salty foods, especially in highly mineralized form, as in barley grass. In some circles of traditional Chinese medicine beetroot juice also is said to help the spleen field.

However, the concept of “spleen” in our more modern view includes the part of the pancreas that makes enzymes, so when the pancreas field is damaged by emotional oscillators (and this happens a great deal) then it is useful to help the digestion by taking digestive enzymes. Alkalization is considered by many to assist the body when it is very, very ill, so barley grass may help here, as will fresh green vegetable juices.

Stress and Mal-absorption

NES research in 2007 found that stress (as represented by emotional oscillators) may impede the absorption of key nutrients needed by the brain to manufacture enzymes, hormones and neurotransmitters. Other researchers who were looking at the vitamin B17 found that zinc plays a role in its absorption, so an easily absorbed form of zinc is recommended as well as sources of B17 (see below). However, some research suggests that B17 itself may be poorly absorbed in people experiencing high stress. Most people also recommend vitamin C in one form or another for stress, but I could find no bioenergetic link in my matching testing for vitamin C, or for selenium and vitamins A and E. Of course antioxidants are useful to the body, but only in the last recovery stage of regaining health. In the earlier stages, it is a good idea to try to keep things simple!

Good Sources of B17:

  • Ginger
  • Galangal
  • Turmeric
  • Sesame Seeds
  • Figs: fresh and dried
  • Lentils: all types
  • Poppy Seeds
  • Macadamia Nuts
  • Walnuts
  • Brazil Nuts
  • Fresh Berry Juice
  • Raspberries
  • Blackberries
  • Blueberries
  • Humous
  • Grape Seed Oil
  • Pine Nuts
  • Chick Peas
  • Sesame Oil
  • Baked Beans
  • Apricot Kernels
  • Broccoli Juice
  • Beetroot Juice
  • Fennel Juice
  • Papaya Juice
  • Avocado Oil
  • Avocado Flesh
  • Strawberries: Organic only
  • Tahini
  • Lychees

Energy and Nutrition

Emotional oscillators deplete energy, and we each may have twenty or thirty of them at once! Thus, clients will need to increase or improve their energy input. You may have been told that sugar/fat is an energy food. Yes, five percent of the body’s energy is from this source. But we also get energy from oxygen. And we know that heavy metals impede oxygen absorption. When dealing even bioenergetically with heavy metal detoxification, we don’t want to move too quickly—have patience and go slowly! The process can take months, and good nutritional supplementation includes increasing sources of vitamin C, spirulina, and all antioxidants.

Of course, according to NES theory, our main source of energy is Source energy. So getting out in the fresh air, walking, and breathing deeply will not only alleviate stress but will increase Source energy. Use the Source Driver Infoceutical. And consider adding in the Cell Driver Infoceutical often during protocols. Big Field Aligner is also important to keeping the body-field’s energy alignment and use of energy in good shape.

The whole idea of Source energy has been revolutionized yet again with the recent discovery that the cell organelles can respond to photons, electrons, magnetic particles (those left over from chemical reactions) and even something related to the field set up by the proton (a phase-altered electron). We live off this energy, and also, of course, from the bonding energies of glucose, as you were probably taught in a chemistry or biology course. If indeed we live off these bond energies, then this is what we in NES call 'magnetic confetti'.

Geopathic Stress

Your location and environment, of course, can make you sick. So it is important to look at possible sources of geopathic stress. They can exacerbate emotional oscillations. Infoceuticals that might help include Cell Driver and EI-8. But we want to follow the body-field scan results first and then look to this options. Of course, whenever client's travel, they should use Polarity or BFA.

The Heart Field

One of the most important aspects of addressing emotional oscillators is correcting integration issues with the heart field. It’s a mistake to think that your consciousness lives in the brain only, for the heart and brain are intimately connected bioenergetically and, as recent research shows, even physically. (See the HeartMath Institutes’ work as a starting point for the heart-brain link).

If a client tends to be depressive or negative, there is probably a heart field issue. We want to attend to this field using ED-2. We really can use ED-2 at any time, especially as the client is recovering, because heart integration comes later in the stages of healing. But it can also bioenergetically stimulate the healing process as well.

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