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How to use magnets to treat illness

Using magnet therapy to treat illness is often a relatively simple and direct process. Mild ailments like the common cold, a non-migraine headache, aches and pains in the muscles, etc, all respond relatively quickly when the patient is exposed to what healers call the “bio-north” pole of a magnet. (Physicists incidentally call this the south pole of the magnet. The difference in terminology is due to historic reasons that I won’t go into here.)

This early response can often be followed by a reversal of the magnet, exposing the area to the bio-south pole. This should only be done once any inflammation has subsided. The reason for this is that whereas bio-north soothes and relaxes, bio-south stimulates and excites. When one is trying to counteract a disorder such as a headache or an inflammation, one obviously once to calm and soothe it, not agitate it and stir it up. However, once the debilitating symptoms of the ailment have disappeared or been greatly reduced, one wants to stimulate regeneration. Hence the two-stage process.

When the problem is glandular, only one or the other solution is indicated. But the question of which is determined by the specific nature of the problem. Human glands such as the adrenal, thyroid, pineal and pituitary can be either over-active or under-active. The rule is: use bio-north to treat an over-active gland and bio-south to treat an under-active gland.

The same principle applies when dealing with injuries using magnets therapy. If it is a new or recent injury, use bio-north, switching to bio-south only when it has substantially healed or if it is an old, lingering injury. In all cases of old injuries one can also use something like magnetic bracelets of silicone with a hologram to restore the i balance.

When dealing with psychological conditions such as anxiety, depression or a general lack of mental energy one can draw upon the stimulating effect of the bio-south pole. This can be placed over the thorax, the top and front of the head or the throat. However this should only be for a limited time. Think of it like trying to wake a person up: you would rouse them gently, not shake them violently.

These then are the general rules and guidelines for the majority of cases. Much of this treatment can be self-applied and many of the products useful for such self-treatment are available from mps. However there are some occasions when the part of the body showing the symptom is not the same as the part of the body causing the ailment. When this is the case, one must resort to more a more elaborate approach. This however lies beyond the scope of this article.