While this may not seem related to “governmental corporations”, Living without these corporations (self-sufficiency) is a relatively important topic.
Over the last few days, I have been wrapping up a Liver Gallbladder Flush Protocol. There have been truly amazing results, and the effects are non-linear and holographic as well.
Due to my results from performing the flush twice, It is shared and I highly recommend the flush for anyone and everyone interested in natural health, consciousness, and rising vibrations.
To summarize, the Liver performs over 500 functions. Liver and gallbladder “stones” inhibit the liver and its functions. They are like oyster pearls… something irritates the liver and gallbladder, then the irritant is covered with proteins and cholesterol. They block the liver passageways. It also affectively stops The Higher Spiritual Functions of the liver.
After clearing dozens of these stones, it feels like “natural surgery.” Passing the larger stones has the feel of a sharp pinch. After clearing, the deeper stones come forward for flushing. The deeper liver and gall bladder stones might need a several rounds to clear out. Liver and gall bladder stones pass through the intestines, fyi.
It’s a very interesting and odd feeling when the deeper stones move forward.
My body feels like its functioning differently and in unknown ways. My food and appetite has shifted and there is a general lack of impending hunger.
The Spiritual Causes of Disease says this about the Liver:
Liver: Seat of anger and primitive emotions. Chronic complaining. Justifying fault-finding to deceive yourself. Feeling bad.
From The Liver’s Higher Spiritual Function:
Wood: the Liver and Gall Bladder
The Su Wen, in chapter 8, states:
The Liver holds the office of General of the Armed Forces. Assessment of circumstances and conception of plans springs from it.
The General is for the defence of life; the nature of the Liver is an active springing up, a kind of assertive power. It is the capacity to make plans and put them into action, to exert one’s volition. This requires vision, always estimating and evaluating the current situation for the proper conduct of physical, emotional and social life. If the General acts the same in peace as in war, there will be disaster!
Thus we can see why the Liver governs the muscles and tendons in their function of contraction and extension. It is responsible for the voluntary movement of the muscles, tensing and relaxing them as appropriate. The muscular capacity to extend and contract does not refer to the substance of the muscles or tendons, but to the dynamic, functional connections between the flesh and the bones.
The Liver is also responsible for the voluntary movements of the social being, modulating engagement and self-restraint as appropriate to the circumstances.
The Liver is said to store the Blood, releasing it for use in movement, and gathering it back to itself when the body is at rest. This is the General deploying his forces, adjusting and regulating the activities of the army as appropriate in peace and at war, in activity and at rest.
The Liver houses the hun, the spirits which bestow on a person the quality of individuality. The hun represent the ‘giving of images’: they have everything to do with creativity, speculation, and vision. At death, they move upward from the body, following the natural movement of Wood, and persist in existence for some time.
The hun represent that aspect of the individual which is self-aware and concerned with boundaries between self and others, and with assessing situations so as to make possible harmonious and socially appropriate action..
The hun might be considered to be deputies to the shen, in the same way that the Lung is a deputy to the Heart. The hun are a sort of personalized expression of the shen in you as an individual.
The Ling Shu at chapter 8 tells us that the hun actually reside in the blood, and this is related both to the Liver’s function of storing the blood, and to the close relationship between the shen and the hun.
The Liver ensures the smooth flow of qi, being responsible for the harmonious movement of substances within the body and of the body as a whole, by removing obstacles so as to allow qi to penetrate easily and spread everywhere. Liver pathology manifests as obstruction or stagnation in the flow of qi, which may include uneven, irregular emotions and awkward social behaviour.
Just as the Liver regulates qi, it regulates the emotions in a general way. What is important is not which emotion is experienced — emotions are nothing more than expressions of qi, and there will be moments when anger, joy, fear, or grief are appropriate — but rather that the emotions should be in ‘free circulation’, and not blocked or repressed. The essence of the Liver is flexibility and the capacity to change and adapt.
The Liver rules the eyes, and the capacity for vision, both physical and imaginative — another aspect of the capacity to assess situations by accurate perception, and to create novelty through the destruction of fixed patterns and the imagination of possibilities. The Ling Shu at chapter 17 tells us that when the Liver is present “you can correctly grasp all the aspects presented on the outside of things”.
The emotion of the Liver is often translated as Anger, but might more appropriately be considered in a general way as the self-assertive, explosive impulse connected with beginnings, or with the defense of boundaries. If this impulse is blocked, it can easily turn to resentment or rage.
The Virtue of the Liver is Benevolence and Human Kindness. The biggest obstacle to Benevolence is Anger. It requires a higher quality of vision to be able to see both sides of a question and to set aside your instinct for individual self-preservation in favour of another person or the greater good. This quality of vision goes beyond the immediate moment and demands that you act from a place outside time and space, i.e. that you bring the shen into the picture.
You can have too much anger, or too little.An inability to get angry and defend yourself when it is appropriate is just as bad as wanting to have your own way all the time. One is a lack of kindness to self, the other a lack of kindness to others.
So the spiritual path of the Liver is to transcend selfishness and cultivate Benevolence toward everything and everyone, including yourself.
As the Liver is the yin aspect of Wood, the Gall Bladder is the yang aspect. The Su Wen, chapter 8, tells us that “The Gall Bladder is responsible for what is just and exact. Determination and decision stem from it.” The phrase translated as ‘just and exact’ is zhong zheng, literally ‘centre’ (as in hitting the centre of a target), ‘correct’, or ‘as it should be’. The nature of the Gall Bladder is to be hard and exact, just and decisive. The Liver analyzes, assesses circumstances, conceives ideas, plans and strategies; the Gall Bladder has the firmness to bring fantasy and invention to a clearcut decision and see it through. The Su Wenchapter 11 says “The eleven organs come to the Gall Bladder for decisions”, and the Zhangshi leijing tells us that
The Gall Bladder is appended to the liver and they help one another. Even if the Liver qi is strong, without the Gall Bladder there is no decision. If the Liver and Gall Bladder mutually assist, bravery and courage are then created. (cited in Mann [1964:96)
As a manifestation of Wood, the Gall Bladder is related to beginnings, even more than the Liver. It gives one the initial push along one’s direction in life, and with its power of decisiveness maintains one in that direction. This ability not to be deviated or put off is said to protect one from influences such as sudden shocks; a strong Gall Bladder ensures a quick return to normal after physical or emotional shocks such as serious illness or bereavement.
The Amazing Liver Gallbladder Flush Protocol (And My SHOCKING Results)
By Gillian B
This flush is one of the most powerful ways to cleanse the body, improve energy levels and regain long-lost wellbeing and vitality. This protocol can be found in the pages of Andreas Mortiz’ book The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush. If you are serious about doing this cleanse, I HIGHLY recommend reading it as it will help you to understand not just what to do but WHY you are doing it. It is also a wonderful resource for when you have questions mid-cleanse.
Everybody has them, but nobody knows!
Gallstones severely disrupt the performance of the liver, which has over 500 functions —which is why doing a flush is one of the most important things you could ever do for your health. Cleaning your liver can add years to your life, reverse or slow down the aging process and heal your body on a deeper level than you ever thought possible. Many people who have done a series of these flushes see remarkable changes in all areas of their health, some even being healed of stubborn illnesses that they lived with for years!
During a liver flush, we can safely remove hundreds of stones at a time. However, it is highly recommended that you keep going and plan to do a series. With about 1 month between flushes, it may take up to 8 – 12 flushes, until the liver is completely free from gallstones. You will know you have effectively restored the liver once you have done two consecutive flushes with no stones. However, as a preventative measure and for maintenance, it is recommended that you do a liver flush every 6 months or so.
Here are the supplies you will need:
- Apple juice – Six 1 L (32oz) containers OR 6 tsp of Malic Acid (Food Grade) in 6 L of pure water * (1 L/day for the 6 days of prep)
- Epsom Salts (Food Grade) – 4 tablespoons dissolved in 710 ml water (divided into 4 equal portions)
- Olive Oil (Extra Virgin, cold-pressed, Organic) – 4 oz (120 ml)
- Fresh grapefruits (my favorite) or lemons – 6 oz (180 ml)
- Enema Kit (Stainless Steel Bucket is best!)
The liver gallbladder flush requires 6 days of preparation, during which your daily routine can remain the same for the most part, with the exception of drinking the apple juice or malic acid/ water mixture.
For 6 days drink either 1 L of apple juice or 1 L of malic acid/water. You may drink more than that if you want to.
The malic acid that is naturally present in apples softens the gallstones and makes them easier to pass. The apple juice has a strong cleansing effect so drink it slowly throughout the day rather than all at once. Feel free to eat as many apples as you like during the cleanse, too.
Note: If you cannot tolerate apple juice because of the high sugar content, apple cider vinegar works well, too. 4oz of apple cider vinegar per day has the equivalent malic acid content to 1 liter of apple juice per day.
Because we are priming the body to do deep healing work, we want to take it easy. The better you prepare, the more efficient the flush will be, and you will produce better results. It is best to avoid fat as best as possible during the preparation for this cleanse, as this will build up more pressure in the liver.
Here are some recommendations for the 6 days of prep:
- Eat lightly: no fried, packaged or processed foods.
- Be very mindful not to overeat. I cannot stress this enough!
- Try your best to eat at regular times everyday and not eat late at night.
- Significantly cut back or entirely avoid animal protein such as meat, eggs and dairy.
- Easy on high-fat foods
- Drink lots of water
- Get full nights of sleep leading up to the flush.
- Avoid taking any unnecessary vitamins, supplements or medications.
- It is suggested that you do the actual flush on the Saturday night so that you can have the following day to rest and recover. You will not feel like doing much, clear your schedule.
- I recommend getting a colonic on the Saturday of the cleanse. You may notice stones coming out due to the softening effect of the malic acid.
The Importance of Colon Cleansing
It is essential that you make sure that you cleanse your colon before and after you do a liver cleanse, doing so clears the way for the stones to be released from your body. Cleaning your colon afterwards is also critical to remove any remaining stones or toxicity that may still be present. Cleaning your colon either with a colonic or 3 back-to-back home enemas will help you to avoid or minimize any discomfort or nausea that may arise.
This is the day of the actual flush. Remember that what you eat today is VERY IMPORTANT. Eat a light breakfast and lunch that is free from fat and protein. Here are some ideas:
- A juice or smoothie
- Salad (with no dressing or oil-free dressing)
- Quinoa, millet, rice with steamed veggies.
Do NOT eat: nuts, seeds, butter, oils, avocado, meat, eggs, cheese or the like.
You’ll want to eat lunch no later than 1:30 PM, this is vital to ensure that you do not get sick later on.
6:00 PM: Add four tablespoons of Epsom Salts (magnesium sulfate) to three 8oz. glasses of filtered water in a jar. This makes four servings, ¾ glass each. Drink your first portion now. You may take a few sips of water afterwards to get rid of the bitter taste in the mouth or add a little lemon juice to improve the taste. Some people drink it with a large plastic straw to bypass the taste buds on the tongue. It is also helpful to brush your teeth afterwards or rinse out the mouth with baking soda. One of the main actions of Epsom salt is to dilate (widen) the bile ducts, making it easy for the stones to pass. Moreover, it clears out waste that may obstruct the release of the stones.
8:00 PM: Drink your second serving (¾ glass) of Epsom Salts.
9:30 PM: If you have not had a bowel movement until now and have not done a colon cleanse within 24 hours, take a water enema; this will trigger a series of bowel movements.
9:45 PM: Thoroughly wash the grapefruits (or lemons and oranges). Squeeze them by hand and remove the pulp. You will need ¾ glass of juice. Pour the juice and ½ glass of olive oil into the pint jar. Close the jar tightly and shake hard, about 20 times or until the solution is watery. Ideally, you should drink this mixture at 10:00 PM, but if you feel you still need to visit the bathroom a few more times, you may delay this step for up to 10 minutes.
10:00 PM: Stand next to your bed (do not sit down) and drink the concoction, if possible, straight. Some people prefer to drink it through a large plastic straw. If necessary, take a little honey between sips, which helps chase down the mixture. Most people, though, have no problem drinking it straight. Do not take more than 5 minutes for this. LIE DOWN IMMEDIATELY!
This is essential for helping to release the gallstones! Turn off the lights and lie flat on your back with 1-2 pillows propping you up. Your head should be higher than the abdomen. If this is uncomfortable lie on your right side with your knees pulled towards your head. Lie perfectly still for at least 20 minutes and try not to speak! Send healing energy to your liver with your hands and your imagination.
You may even feel the stones traveling along the bile ducts like marbles. There won’t be any pain because the magnesium in the Epsom salts keeps the bile duct valves wide open and relaxed, and the bile that is excreted along with the stones keeps the bile ducts well lubricated (this is very different in the case of a gallbladder attack where magnesium and bile are not present). Go to sleep if you can.
If at any time during the night you feel the urge to have a bowel movement, do so. Check if there are already small gallstones (pea-green or tan-colored ones) floating in the toilet. You may feel nauseous during the night and/or in the early morning hours. This is mostly due to a strong, sudden outpouring of gallstones and toxins from the liver and gallbladder, pushing the oil mixture back into the stomach. The nausea will pass as the morning progresses, but if it does not Mortiz suggests taking 1 HCL capsule.
The Following Morning
6:00-6:30 AM: Upon awakening, but not before 6 AM, drink your third ¾ glass of Epsom Salts (if you feel very thirsty drink a glass of warm water before taking the salts). Rest, read or meditate. If you are very sleepy, you may go back to bed although it is best if the body stays in the upright position. Most people feel absolutely fine and prefer to do some light exercises, such as yoga.
8:00-8:30 AM: Drink your fourth and last ¾ glass of Epsom Salts.
10:30 AM: You may drink freshly pressed fruit juice at this time. One half-hour later, you may eat one or two pieces of fresh fruit. One hour later you may eat regular (but light) food. By the evening or the next morning you should be back to normal, and feel the first signs of improvement.
Continue to eat light meals during the following days. Remember, your liver and gallbladder underwent major surgery, albeit without harmful side effects.
What you Can Expect During the Flush:
The results you can expect during the morning and, perhaps, afternoon hours after the cleanse, you will have a number of watery bowel movements. These initially consist of gallstones mixed with food residue, and then just stones mixed with water.
Examine Your Results!
Most of the gallstones are pea-green and float in the toilet because they contain bile compounds. The stones come in different shades of green and may be bright colored and shiny like gemstones. Only bile from the liver can cause the green color. Gallstones can come in all sizes, colors and shapes. The light-colored stones are the newest. Blackish stones are the oldest. Some are pea-sized or smaller, and others are as big as two or three centimeters in diameter (about 1 inch). There may be dozens and, sometimes, even hundreds of stones (of different sizes and colors) coming out at once. Also, watch out for tan-colored and white stones. Some of the larger tan-colored or white stones may sink to the bottom with the stool. They are calcified gallstones that were released from the gallbladder and contain heavier toxic substances with only small amounts of cholesterol. All the green and yellowish stones are as soft as putty, thanks to the action of the malic acid/ apple juice.
You may also find a layer of white or tan-colored chaff or ‘foam’ floating in the toilet. The foam consists of millions of tiny white, sharp-edged cholesterol crystals, which can easily rupture small bile ducts. They are equally important to release.
Try to make a rough estimate of how many stones you have eliminated.
Cleaning your liver completely may require at least six cleanses which can be performed at three-four week or monthly intervals (do not cleanse more frequently than that). If you cannot cleanse this often, you may take more time in between cleanses.
The important thing to remember is that once you have started cleansing the liver, keep cleansing it until no more stones come out. Leaving it half clean for a long period of time (three or more months) can cause greater discomfort than not cleansing it at all.
The liver, as a whole, will begin to function more efficiently soon after the first cleanse and you may notice sudden improvements, sometimes within a few hours. Pains will lessen, energy will increase, and clarity of mind will improve considerably.
However, within a few days, stones from the rear of the liver will have traveled ‘forward’ towards the two main bile ducts exiting the liver, which may cause some of the previous symptoms of discomfort to return. In fact, you might feel disappointed because the recovery seems so short-lived. However, all of this shows that there are still stones left behind, ready to be removed with the next round of cleansing.
Nevertheless, the liver’s self-repair and cleansing responses will have increased significantly, adding a great deal of effectiveness to this very important organ of the body. As long as there are still a few small stones moving from some of the thousands of small bile ducts towards the hundreds of larger bile ducts, they may combine to form larger stones and produce previously experienced symptoms. These symptoms can be a backache, headache, earache, digestive trouble, bloating, irritability, anger, etc., although these may be less severe than they were before. If a new cleanse no longer produces any stones, which usually happens after 6-8 cleanses (in severe cases it may take more than 10-12), your liver will be considered to be in excellent condition. Still, it is recommended to repeat the liver cleanse every six months. Each cleanse will give a further boost to the liver and take care of any toxins that may have accumulated in the meanwhile.
Note: Never cleanse when you are suffering an acute illness, even if it is just a simple cold. If you suffer from a chronic illness, however, cleansing your liver may be the best thing you can do for yourself.
The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush by Andres Mortiz