Ischaemic Heart Disease - the #1 Killer Worldwide
Despite amazing medical technology to help repair your body after a heart attack ...the medical profession is still pretty much stumbling around on the subject of how to prevent or overcome it.
In fact, even recognizing that ischaemic heart disease is happening at all is out of the question for over half of those who have the disease ...because when it's a serious case, the first symptom is dropping dead.
A coronary attack comes when you least expect it, usually when you're feeling fine.
This kind of heart disease is so difficult to spot with conventional means because most health models see the heart as a mechanical pump. In this context, coronary artery disease results from cholesterol accumulating in the coronary arteries, gumming them up, then blocking one or more artery, causing deprivation of oxygen and nutrients to the area of heart muscle supplied by that artery.
It seems like this kind of heart "attack" is a result of death or damage to that area of heart tissue, and this stops the heart, which stops blood flow to the brain ...causing death.
There are serious flaws in this theory of how the heart works and why ischaemic heart disease happens.
For example, why does the patient "drop dead" of a heart attack? Why doesn't the coronary artery slowly close off, slowly causing the heart to slow down, and then slowly decrease blood to the brain ...all of which would give strong warning signs and allow the person to get help?
And why are there people who've had a coronary heart attack but show no damage to the heart muscle?
When we understand the 5 Natural Laws of Healing, ischaemic heart disease makes perfect sense.
As we observe the condition scientifically, we discover that cholesterol and artheriosclerosis are components of a natural process which occurs in the healing phase after resolving a very specific type of biological conflict or traumatic stress.
And that particular conflict has a clear cause, clear symptoms, and a clear resolution.
So what's in the way of figuring this out and using it to prevent (and even cure) coronary artery disease?
The only thing in the way is society telling us it's not "nice" to resolve this type of problem. It's "selfish" to heal our problem.
But the body is 100% selfish.
The Truth About WHY This Happens to the Coronary Arteries
Coronary arteries accumulate cholesterol in the healing phase after solving a territorial loss conflict. It's actually a repair mechanism.
A territorial loss conflict is a traumatic experience in which we lose all or part of what we feel is our "territory." This can be a partner, a job, a trust fund, a company we've built. Whether our claim to what we feel to be the "territory" is literal or just in our own mind, the body will respond the same way.
During an active territorial loss conflict, we suffer depression and angina (pain) in the left side of the chest. The depression is far more obvious than the angina. It involves obsessively thinking about what we've lost and fantasizing about how to win it back. During biological depression, we're unable to act. We just plot and plan.
Meanwhile, the coronary artery or arteries are microscopically widening.
The artery expands its capacity by tiny ulcers on the inside linings of the artery. This is an emergency biological response that makes the artery temporarily able to carry a significantly greater blood flow to the heart. (Ulcerative widening of the coronary arteries is called "ischaemic necrosis")
The biological reason for both the depression and the ulcerative widening of the coronary artery is to prepare you to fight and win back your territory.
If and when we successfully resolve this territorial loss conflict (either by getting back what we've lost, or making complete peace with the fact that it is gone), we experience a sense of well-being for 6-8 weeks in the healing phase as the depression lifts and the coronary arteries begin to repair themselves.
This is when cholesterol begins to accumulate in the arteries.
The heart attack is a healing crisis. It occurs simultaneously in the body, in the brain, and in the psyche. It occurs 6-8 weeks after resolution of the territorial loss conflict, as long as there is no relapse of the conflict!
If the territorial loss was a short-lived experience (as it is for most of us early in life, say, when we lose our first crush or get fired from a job we didn't like that much), the heart attack is mild and can be mistaken for indigestion. It often happens in our sleep.
This is if the depression was minor or if it lasted only a few days, weeks, or months.
But when the depression and territorial loss have been sustained or chronically relapsing over several months or years, the healing crisis can be fatal.
Unfortunately, as we reach midlife we have usually learned to "accept" loss ...or at least keep our mouths shut about it. But if we haven't really accepted the loss ...the body will know. The coronary arteries will undergo the process for as long as we are depressed about what we have lost.
If you are concerned about ischaemic heart disease, it is important to:
1. recognize depression when it occurs (coronary arteries will be widening during the entire time that you are depressed);
2. treat the depression by resolving the territorial loss that has caused the depression (rather than just masking the depression with medications or quick-fix hypnosis and other techniques);
3. get medical supervision for 3-6 months after resolving a major depression and territorial loss conflict. This is the time period in which your coronary artery or arteries will be repairing themselves. After 6-8 weeks, when the healing is substantially complete, the coronary artery will "spasm" in a heart attack.
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