THE HEALTHY ANIMAL UPDATE
The purpose of this newsletter is to empower you to keep your animals healthy – and yourselves healthy, too.
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A few people have been upset that I am sending notices of my husband’s books when they are available for FREE. Often I find that animals are healthier when their guardians are healthier. Stress (my husband’s expertise) is very common, especially for people shifting to more holistic animal care. “Have I made the right decision? My conventional veterinarian tells me I am harming my companion.” etc. Some people are blessed to live near a veterinarian who is also a trained human healer (Jody inTexasis a DVM and an ND, for instance). Most of us need one group of people to help our animals and another group to help our health. Mort Orman’s books can help you become healthier so your animals can be healthier. I will work with aWeber so you can receive both emails (newsletter and other great information like my husband’s books) or merely the Healthy Animal Update. Hang in there for another month and I will get the RSS feed and this worked out.
April 2013 index
- 1. Classes
- 2. Holistic Perspectives
- 3. News
- 4. Monthly case
Finally I am teaching a completely series of homeopathy for animals classes – In Calgary. Mark your calendar, even though the details are not yet in place.
June – Carroll County Kennel Club Summer Expo – Saturday, June 15 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at 706 Agriculture Center Shipley Arena, Westminster, MD 21157 There will be holistic lectures all day sponsored by the Animal Reiki Alliance. For more information contact Helen Dagilis at 410-857-7869 or firstname.lastname@example.org
June – Baltimore area holistic classes – June 22, Hamden in Baltimore – Treating your animals holistically – 7 Keys to great health. http://animalreikialliance.com/ara_training_events?eventId=653274&EventViewMode=EventDetails
Future: Homeopathy classes to be hosted in the DC area and inBritish Columbia sometime in the future. Email me if you have an interest in studying homeopathy for your animals.
2. HOLISTIC PERSPECTIVES –
– potential for really deep healing
My passion is homeopathy. I learned how to understand how we become ill and how we heal through the principles of homeopathy. However, each animal, person and animal may need a variety of different treatment modalities, including sometimes drugs. This month you will learn a bit about homeopathy.
Although formally conceived by Samuel Hahnemann, MD, a brilliant German physician in 1800, the roots of homeopathy go back to Hippocrates, Paracelsus, the Mayans, Chinese, Greeks, Indians (Asian & American), and Egyptians. All used the philosophy of like cures like. All older medicinal systems that have persisted through the ages share recognition of an underlying energy component to the individual describes as Pranna, Chi, Spirit & other names.
Hahnemann was the first to combine the spirit like principle and the principle of like cures like to create a well organized system of medicine capable of treating most ailments, even treating the underlying tendency to become ill. The Organon, his book explaining the principles and philosophy of homeopathic practice, is still the primary text for homeopathic students today.
The basic principles of homeopathic practice are based on the philosophy that each individual has a quantum field/vibrational pattern that is uniquely sensitive to certain triggers (some animals can be vaccinated and show no harm, others become very ill). When this field is triggered, it creates symptoms, often in the same system repeatedly (ie. a cat keeps getting bladder problems). To deeply cure we need to heal the energy pattern so there are fewer or no triggers and to remove any obstacles to this process. To do this we need to have:
1. Knowledge of disease: The sum total of all the symptoms, past and present represents the underlying imbalance that needs to be corrected.
2. Knowledge of medicines: Homeopathic preparations of herbs, minerals and body substances are tested on humans who report all changes occurring as a result of taking the homeopathic remedy.
3. Ability to match the remedy to the individual in the right strength (potency), amount and frequency.
4. Knowledge of obstacles to recovery: For each individual, learning what practices are detrimental to continued health. The major obstacles in animals include poor nutrition, over-vaccination, environmental toxins, other drugs, changes in life style or people in their life, etc.
5. Knowledge of the possible outcomes of treatment
The basic tools we use in homeopathic practice are:
1. Materia Medicas – books reporting the symptoms from the provings and from clinicians’ clinical experience.
2. Repertories – indexes of the Materia Medicas. These are lists of symptoms with the remedies known to impact on those symptoms.
3. Remedies – purchased from reliable pharmacies.
4. Clinical judgment – from veterinary training, or by working with a veterinarian, from many years experience with a particular species.
5. Study, courses, reading, and learning, learning, learning.
To summarize: We use questioning to elicit a list of symptoms current and past, Materia Medicas and repertories, to select a homeopathic remedy that is similar to the energy imbalance in the animal, in a potency that matches the level of energy (vital force), avoid obstacles to cure and know how to evaluate the response of the animal to your treatment to know what to do next.
Eliciting the symptoms that make up the disease is a skill anyone can learn. Hahnemann says it takes nothing more than an open mind, free of prejudice. For every symptom (and look at the list of Early Warning Signs of Internal Imbalance on my site) we want to know what is unique about this individual with the symptom. Fifi scratches at 2-4 AM in warm weather; Spot after every walk in any weather; Fido drinks, then scratches; Gigi scratches when excited or upset. Thousands of remedies scratch (therefore cure scratching) but these differences can help narrow down the remedy choice.
Provings – remedy testing
Knowledge of remedies comes from testing the potentized (diluted and succussed) medicines on healthy people, then recording the details about the symptoms produced in Materia Medicas.
This testing started with Hahnemann who proved 106 and continues to this day. Current provings often follow FDA new drug guidelines. Tests are not done on animals as they cannot give us sensations (the early evidence of a symptom).
Indexes of the symptoms in the Materia Medica are called repertories. After taking the case, one looks up the symptoms in the repertories and chooses several remedies that have symptoms matching the ill animal. Then one reads in detail about those remedies in the Materia Medicas (more than one is often needed) to choose the best match. The correct potency is chosen and given. After waiting an appropriate time, the response of the vital force is evaluated and further treatment is given. Obstacles to cure such as poor nutrition or concurrent medication must be eliminated, as well.
How are homeopathic medicines prepared, stored and administered? When Dr. Hahnemann first started prescribing according to the law of similars and giving crude medicines, people would become much more ill before recovering. He experimentally diluted and agitated the medicines and found them to be as efficacious with only slight aggravations. The United States Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia gives exact directions for the preparation of the tinctures (different for every remedy) and the subsequent potentization (the same for every remedy), that are followed by the homeopathic pharmaceutical companies. Around 4,000 remedies are manufactured from herbs, minerals & body substances. A few examples include sand, oyster shell, snake venoms, club moss, saliva from a rabid dog, poison ivy, lava, bee, wind flower, trees, spiders, sand, nutmeg and dog’s milk.
There are 3 dilution forms – centesimal or c, decimal or x, and LM. The centesimal potencies are made as follows. One drop of the tincture is diluted in 99 drops of diluent (water or alcohol) and shaken (succussed). This makes 1c potency. One drop of this is diluted in 99 drops of diluent and shaken to make a 2c. One drop of the 2c is diluted in 99 drops of diluent and shaken to make a 3c, etc. Commonly available potencies are 6c, 12c, 30c, 200c, 1M (1,000c), 10M, 50M, CM. A 1M potency of a remedy has a very strong energetic effect on the body compared to the milder potency of 6c. The decimal dilutions are produced by diluting one drop of the tincture with 9 drops of diluent (instead of 99) and shaking to make 1x potency. The process continues, producing common potencies of 3x, 6x, 12x, 30x & 200x. The LM (Q) are made by diluting a 3c with 50,000 parts diluent.
By the time the dilution is at 12c there are no molecules of the original substance remaining. Research in the last few years does demonstrate that nanoparticles are present that can be measured to distinguish different remedies. This dilution is 10 to the minus 24th, which is more than Avogadro’s #, beyond which there are no molecules from the original substance. The amount of potential energy (strength) of the solution is dependent on the number of dilutions and succussions, and the direction of the therapeutic effect is determined by the energy pattern of the original substance. In this way, we can make inert substances very potent medicines and can make toxic substance safe and effective medicines. The remedies keep getting stronger and more powerful with subsequent dilutions. The potency must match the energetic level of the ill animal to be most effective and least likely to cause stressful aggravations.
All remedies, in all the potencies, are dispensed in only a few forms: alcoholic dilutions of 20%, 40% & 87%, and milk sugar globules #10, #12, #20, & #35 (poppy seed sized to BB sized) & triturate or compressed tablets. The Boiron company has the “Blue Tubes” in many health food stores, grocery stores and pharmacies. They are the # 35 granules. If ordering from a homeopathic pharmacy or purchasing a kit, I prefer the #10s or #12s for ease of administration to animals.
Remedies are purchased from the pharmacies in brown glass bottles or plastic tubes. They should be stored in dark, medium temperature places, such as desks or linen closets. They are very stable and it is difficult to inactivate the remedies. High temperatures, very smelly substances such as perfumes, DMSO, eucalyptus, and electromagnetic forces can inactivate remedies in the bottle, but never throw out a remedy before testing it or using it in a non-critical animal.
Remedies never expire (so ignore that on the label) as I have seen remedies made by Dr.Kentin 1900 that people are successfully using today. Friends of mine have seen Dr. Hahnemann’s kit (from early 1800s) and those remedies still work.
The labels also say what the remedies are good for (not true as they are good for every condition) and how much to give (not accurate as you will see below). Sometimes clients who purchase a remedy I prescribed will call me back. “Dr. Chambreau, you said to get Natrum muriaticum for my cat with digestive issues, but Nux vomica is right beside it and is labeled for digestive upsets. Did you make a mistake?”
The most important part of choosing potency is to evaluate the vital force, or energy level of your ill companion. Just because they can perform (run a long time, track all day, produce milk) does not mean their vital force is strong. They need to be alert, curious, interactive, and not showing too many of the previously mentioned subtle signs of illness to need the higher potencies. An equally important evaluation is risk of death or severe debility from reaction to the remedy. If there is tissue damage such as a kidney that is not functioning, or diabetes, asthma where inflammation could cause serious problems, more care must be given. Much reading and practice is needed to become skilled at this part of the homeopathic prescription, so the following are merely brief guidelines. As a beginner it is best to stay at 30c or lower, except for seizures or very acute conditions. The following will help you understand why your homeopath may be prescribing a particular potency.
The lower potencies (6x, 6c, 12c etc.) are more material, less energized and less powerful. They have a “broad spectrum” effect, and can improve the health of an animal even when not the correct remedy. As you go higher, the improvement may cease and you need the more appropriate remedy. The higher potencies (200c, 1M, 10M, etc.) work at a much deeper level. They are more like a laser and need to be more accurately prescribed to be effective. When accurate, the response of the vital to the remedy can be very long lasting to permanent. 30c is the most midrange potency.
– LOWER potency – Give more frequently.
– HIGHER potency – Give less frequently.
– OLDER animal – Give lower potency less frequently.
– YOUNGER animal – Give higher potency.
– HEALTHIER animal with more vitality even with a serious symptom) – higher.
– DEBILITATED animal, especially with severe tissue changes – lower potency.
RULE OF THUMB: start low. You can always go higher.
REMEDIES ARE NOT TO BE GIVEN CONTINUOUSLY, FOREVER. The goal is to stimulate the vital force/energy field to become less sensitive and more balanced so it will no longer produce symptoms.
If you have to repeat 30c every 7 days, or 200c more than every 3 weeks, or 1M more than every 6 weeks, and give more than a few times, you are probably palliating or suppressing.
The liquid dosing methods will repeat remedies more frequently, still observing the effect of each dose. This can be the 30c added to water or the LM potencies. Even they will not be given forever and will only be repeated if there has been good effect.
Administration of remedies:
Hahnemann’s instructions as to dosing changed over his years in practice. The first method used was giving dry doses. This is the method that most people have used until the last 10 years and many still dose this way. Then he began diluting a pellet in water and shaking before each dose. In the final edition of his teachings (not published for decades after his death) he created a new form of dilution that was both powerful and gentle, the LM form. It is also shaken, and then diluted before each repetition.
While many feel that dry dosing is barbaric and old, many practitioners for people and animals are still having great success with all three methods. In a google search on “homeopathic dosing” the first page was all dry dosing.
1. Measure out the dose:
The tiniest granules, #10s, are the easiest to give to animals because they stick to the tongue. Pour 5 to 10 of the #10 onto a folded piece of paper.
Any larger size, tablets or bigger globules, need to be crushed to a powder. Cut the corner off an old envelope (using an old envelope is to have a sturdy paper without cutting down more trees – it does not affect the benefit of the homeopathic remedy), put in 2 pellets, fold the corner over to make a pouch, and crush with something hard on a hard surface (beware of doing this on an expensive wood table as it may dent.).
In my practice I have been using mostly the dry dosing approach since 1982. I have some clients giving 1 of the #10 granules, and some giving ½ teaspoon without it making a difference. For the last 5 years, I have been using the following liquid dosing or LM for most of my cases, and am still very comfortable with using the dry dosing.
2. Administer it:
BEST: Gently open the animal’s mouth a tiny bit and pour the remedy onto the tongue or any place in the mouth. Hold the mouth shut for a few seconds. They may spit out some of the remedy, but enough will have been dissolved already. It can also be put into the pouch in the corner of the mouth. The remedy dissolves on mucus membranes.
a. The remedy can be diluted in good water and given with an eyedropper.
b. The crushed remedy can be put into a tiny amount of milk or cream.
c. Food is least preferable. If you have the correct remedy, little will inactivate it, but may make evaluation more difficult if a single dose were given a month before and there has been little response. Wrong remedy? Inactivated? I have treated feral cats to good effect putting the remedy in the food, so it can be done. When remedies are being given daily, you can try food and if there is no response, put directly in the mouth. Rule of thumb – put in a clean mouth.
d. For very fractious animals, like the cats hunkered at the back of the cage ready to attack, the remedy can be diluted and put in a syringe and squirted onto their face/open mouth.
To dilute: put one dose in a small amount of water (1T to 1C) and stir or shake a few minutes. Even if not dissolved, the water has the remedy characteristics.
Split dosing – 5th edition of the Organon:
Hahnemann felt that giving the same potency repeatedly caused problems, so he recommended the following: Put one pellet of the #10 granules (I have used the bigger ones as well) into water. I use 1/4C to 1C at this time, he used from 4-10 ounces of water. Add a small amount of alcohol to preserve it (not needed if it will be used up in a few weeks). Write a label with the name and potency of the remedy, date made and “Thank you water for healing ___ (name of animal).” Each time you give a dose you will shake the bottle anywhere from 1-100 times. Then you can directly administer the remedy, or further dilute it as needed for sensitive animals. Each shaking of the stock bottle slightly increases the potency, so if it is the right remedy, the new potency will more accurately represent the level of the vital force, decreasing the chance of aggravation.
LM dosing – 6th edition:
Purchase an already diluted stock bottle of the LM potency from the homeopathic pharmacy. Shake the stock bottle a specific # of times, take a specific # of drops and put them into a specific amount of water in a glass, stir and give a specific amount to the animal. You can change the previous parameters depending on the vital force level and degree of pathology of the animal.
MOST IMPORTANT PART:
Evaluation of Response to a remedy
The goal is to see a deep improvement in energy and emotional levels with a slow resolution of symptoms. If symptoms go away without an overall improvement (as often happens with drugs) then a cure has not happened and future illnesses will probably occur.
Much reading is necessary to be able to fully understand the reaction of an animal, which applies to any treatment, not just homeopathy. Recording the quantified list of original and past symptoms, then how they have changed with the treatment is key to evaluation. Healthy Animal’s Journal makes tracking symptoms very easy.
The 4 main responses are:
- No apparent change and you waited an appropriate length of time.
- Palliation – temporary improvement.
- Suppression – current symptoms resolve quickly and the animal becomes more seriously ill.
- Cure – the symptoms slowly resolve and the animal becomes healthier. The symptoms never return unless obstacles to cure happen, although there may be temporary illnesses from which they recover easily.
Remedies for First Aid Problems
Rescue remedy (or another company’s emergency trauma flower essence combination) can be used along with the homeopathic treatments. Give the diluted rescue remedy (2 – 4 drops in a 1 oz bottle of spring water, kept in the refrigerator) or straight. Give this as soon as you realize there is a problem and, if it seems to relax or ease your companion animal, continue giving it as often as you feel necessary. You may need it, too!
Frequency for giving homeopathic remedies depends on the potencies you have available and the severity of the injury. If life threatening, or very severe, give the indicated remedy every 5 to 10 minutes until there is a response or for 4 doses (3x to 30x or 3c to 12c). If you have 30c, 200x or higher, give every 15 minutes for 2 doses. The liquid split dosing is excellent here. If no change at all, re‑evaluate your choice. If the problem needs veterinary care, give the rescue remedy and the indicated remedy while driving to the hospital. There are many cases where the animal is cured, or significantly better on arrival. If less critical, give the remedies less frequently.
****Do not give homeopathic remedies if your animal is under the care of a homeopath. Have a conversation NOW to learn when it would be ok to use a first aid remedy.
ACONITE – PANIC, FEAR, EYE TRAUMA #1 EYE TRAUMA REMEDY
Use anytime there is panic, or a super fearful response to an event.
Use when there is a history of abuse, shock, fear. (i.e. Gate toppled over on puppy)
ARNICA‑ SOFT TISSUE INJURY # 1 TRAUMA REMEDY
Use it anytime there is trauma ‑ falls, hit by vehicles, stepped on, injured with blunt instruments, fractures, bruising from bite wounds. They do not want you to touch the injury, or even approach them.
CALENDULA ‑ topically or internally to promote healing of WOUNDS, and prevent infection. Good for torn or wide open wounds. Do not use on punctures, as they will heal too rapidly and seal in infection. Put 1/2 teaspoon in 1 cup water.
HYPERICUM ‑ NERVE INJURY
Arnica of the nerves. Crushed, mashed fingers or toes (i.e: stepped on or slammed in door), injuries from punctures, especially hands, feet, fingers, toes, nails, coccyx, gums (dentals)
Spine very sensitive to touch. Back injuries, disc protrusions.
LEDUM ‑ PUNCTURES #1 FOR INSECT BITES OR NEEDLE PUNCTURES
Another good remedy for sharp puncture wounds, especially when the skin around the injury seems bluish. Feels better from cold.
Bruises that are not completely healed with arnica.
Swelling, easily injured carpus or tarsus.
RHUS‑TOXICODENDRON ‑ RUSTY GATE
Muscle injuries from overexertion.
Sprains, strains, torn ligaments, and tendonitis.
Key is that there is pain and stiffness on initially moving and then as they gently move around and limber up, they move easily and freely. Often needed in older, arthritic animals.
RUTA GRAVEOLENS ‑ TORN LIGAMENTS
Torn or wrenched tendons or ligaments.
Use after the initial swelling and pain has decreased.
SILICEA – PAINLESS ABSCESS, SPLINTERS
Helps finally heal an abscess when less painful and inflamed.
Can help the body expel foreign bodies (splinters, plant awns, etc).
Often a shy, chilly, thirsty, nice animal.
These are only a few of the remedies used to injuries and abscesses. You will need to read more to be ready for the crises.
The Organon by Samuel Hahnemann
Homeopathic Treatment of Small Animals by Christopher Day
Homeopathic Care of Cats and Dogs by Don Hamilton
Textbook of Veterinary Homeopathy by Saxton and Gregory
Homeopathy: What to expect by De Beukelaer (with 101 brief case repRadical Healing by Rudolph Ballentine, Homeopathy: Beyond Flat Earth Medicine, by Tim Dooley, Science of Homeopathy by George Vithoulkas, tapes and notes from Dr. Richard Pitcairn anChristina Chambreau
Animal Treatment books: Day, Hamilton, Saxton, DeBeukelaer, MacLeod, Chapman.
Smart Meters – I have my first case where the illness seems caused by a smart meter. The cat lives in a town house. She had been healthy for 8 years, was on a fresh food diet, not vaccinated and homeopathically acutely treated for any minor problems. She suddenly developed severe heart problems 2 weeks after meters were installed in her town home complex. Go to www.MarylandSmartMeterAwareness.org and opt-out or get your analog replaced or to www.StopSmartMeters.org if not inMaryland.
Researchers in Californiahave found young great white sharks with staggeringly high levels of pesticides, most of which case cancer at low levels (bad news). These were sharks found dead for various reasons and post mortems showed no damage from the pesticides (good news). Since the report shows that the young sharks with high levels of contaminants are not weaker, nor do they have internal cancers. Studying them may help us learn to nullify the huge damage that contaminants seem to cause in our pets and ourselves. http://www.presstelegram.com/news/ci_23139242/csulb-study-baby-great-white-sharks-show-ddt?source=rss
Having veterinarians and human doctors working together (as they may do with the shark discovery) is actually a newly named field – Zoobiquity. An excellent book by that name is by Dr. Natterson-Horowitz. She encourages doctors to work with veterinarians to learn how to treat many human ailments.
The top 10 illness in Pets in 2012 according to Veterinary pet Insurance are:
Canine: Ear infections, skin allergies, Pyoderma, stomach upsets, Intestinal inflammation/diarrhea; bladder; eye; arthritis; hypothyroidism; sprains.
Feline: bladder; stomach; kidneys; intestinal inflammation/diarrhea; skin allergies; diabetes; colitis/constipation; ear; upper respiratory; hyperthyroidism.
This list is quite different from aBanfieldHospitalstudy looking at the last decade. Their top ones included dental disease and obesity (which may not fit into the insurance model). Following holistic guidelines should prevent all of the above problems in most animals.
Finally a much needed bill passes the Louisiana House – dogs in the back of pick-up trucks must be in crates. Over the years I have seen so many dogs needlessly and severely injured from falls or jumps out of trucks. While this bill was only for the interstate, no dog should ever be allowed to be loose in the back of a pickup. http://www.nola.com/politics/index.ssf/2013/04/dogs_trucks_animal_welfare_bil.html
In the Baltimore Sun Newspaper May 3, 2013 is a very disturbing article about the increase in thefts of dogs – often right from the arms of a child. Let’s all be extra vigilant.
And an “awwww” story is about a stray puppy who had frostbitten all 4 limbs who now is running and playing on 4 prosthetic limbs. http://www.medicaldaily.com/articles/14966/20130429/nakio-prosthetic-bionic-dog-paw-frostbite-colorado-foreclosure.htm
March case answer: Judy has 5 large breed dogs. One of them, Joey, will begin to get tarter on his teeth even on a commercial raw food diet.
Does this mean Joey has a disease that needs veterinary care? Probably not. We are seeing a huge increase in dental disease, even in animals treated holistically. However, since it is just a matter of some plaque on the teeth his guardian can try a number of treatments before having the teeth and gums professionally examined.
What could Judy do to prevent or remove the tarter? Hint – we are speaking about diet this month. Many dogs and cats who are fed large enough chunks of meat or meaty bones that they have to actually gnaw and chew on the piece to make it small enough to swallow will have clean teeth. One student of mine had 4 big dogs with clean teeth. One dog would start to develop tarter and 3 days of feeding ¼ a chicken carcass, or some big turkey necks and the teeth would be clean.
There are also oral supplements you can put into the water, or food, or apply directly to the teeth that may decrease the amount of tarter.
A. Joey had been healthy for most of his 4 years. He was not under any treatment. One day there was a hurricane that set off all the alarms in the house, downed a tree that crashed into the sunroom – and he was home alone.
What homeopathic remedy could help the terror he experienced?
B. The only problem that 14 year old Susie seemed to have was a progressively worse stiffness. Now she could not jump onto the bed, much less the counters she loved to surf last year. She even seemed stiff every time she got up from a nap, though after a few minutes of walking the limping would stop.
What homeopathic remedy may help Susie?
C. Baby had been licking his belly raw since a young kitten. It would stop after a long acting steroid shot. At first they were given every year, but by 9 years of age he was getting them every 4 weeks. He had no other major illnesses, just some of the Early Warning Signs. Is this cure, palliation, or suppression?
D. After 6 months of homeopathic treatment and a change to a raw meat diet, he stopped licking his belly, had 2 minor illnesses that responded to vitamin C, and died at 17. Was the homeopathic treatment cure, palliation or suppression?
E. Dax, a terrier, became stiff at age 8. Different drugs were tried to help his pain, then he developed liver disease. Was this cure, palliation or suppression? After great nursing care by his granny, he recovered from the liver illness and was back to being stiff again. We gave Rhus tox and over a 4 week period he stopped limping, felt better overall, and had no major illnesses until death at age 15. Is this cure, palliation or suppression?
May: End of life – death can be a wonderful new door; hospice care
June: Parasites – benefits of them as a clue to health; Heartworm, fleas, ticks
July: Preventing future health issues by using the early warning signs
August: Vaccine update
September: Dental health – multiple approaches
October: Chinese Food therapy – individualizing your animal’s diet
November : New technologies – ozone, hyperbaric chambers, laser, stem cell therapy
December: Detoxification for horses, dogs, cats and people.
“The (energy) field is the sole governing agency of the particle.” That is, the atom and all its components are determined by the energetic, non-physical influences that come from the quantum vacuum — a dimension that physicists say is outside the time-space continuum.
I am still meditating on this for a few months. Think about its application to the health of your family and our planet.