Trauma

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Trauma: refers to physical and sometimes emotional disruption and injury to the body creating a negative energy state and formation of scar tissue and negative tissue memory.

Trauma occurs in mental, spiritual and physical venues.  Trauma’s effect can be seen and/or measured by the body’s response.  Infection is such a response; as is pain, swelling and edema on the physical level.

Emotional response to trauma can be mild to severe, depending on the individual’s terrain and state of being at the time the trauma occurs.

On the physical level, trauma often precedes infection by bacteria, viruses, yeast and fungus.  Trauma does not necessarily involve introduction of pathogenic organisms, but it most certainly does provide the negative energy needed for otherwise benign organisms to turn virulent.

Toxicity levels of body tissues provides the substrate and breeding ground for growth of infectious organisms; hence, tissue waste is a critical element as to why some people infect and die and others do not under exact same circumstances.

Read Special Insights, Cell Phones & Tissue Memory by clicking hyperlink.

Also, see Germ Theory of Disease by clicking hyperlink or using Glossary link below.

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