Childhood Injuries and Lymph Glands

A quick update on my lymphatic issue – I went to my doctor’s appointment last week and as I hoped, she couldn’t find the small, hard lump that was in my armpit a few weeks before. It was already gone. But she did find a larger painful, hardened area behind it and wants to check it again in 6 weeks.

“It could be anything,” she said, “It could even be a sore muscle.”

Well, it’s been sore for years. But OK, it could be a sore muscle, I suppose, thinking that was far fetched. But it got me thinking – and sometimes our subconscious mind brings old memories back up once we start wondering.

This morning I woke up to the memory that I did, indeed, have an injury in that area during my childhood. It makes sense that an area already injured would be more susceptible when exposed to agricultural chemicals and pesticides.

It made me realize again that even the seemingly small injuries we get as children can harden and develop into more serious issues over a long period of time.

It’s well known that injuries to any part of the body can turn into blood clots – and injuries to the breast area can turn into tumors later.

Injuries to the head can have even longer and more far-reaching effects. Dr. Amen is doing excellent research in that area. If you see any of his specials on public TV in your area, don’t miss them – they’re fascinating.

I’m currently going through a treatment that involves the cranial bones and dura mater and that allows the brain to go back an heal old injuries. But more about that later.

In the meantime, I’m going to continue my yellow light therapy tonations. Yesterday, I set the light at my feet and aimed the light up my whole body, since my feet up to the knees stood in the chemical-soaked mud (I wonder if that’s why my ankles have been so stiff for years. It felt great and my ankles were not as stiff afterwards or today. So I think I’ll do the tonations from the bottom up for a while.

Hopefully, in 6 weeks time when I return to the doctor, all will be cleared up.

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