Our Detox Manifesto



Why & how we intoxicate

  • Everything that is bio-created/built, generates debris and that debris is then removed/dissolved.
  • Hydrogen builds & Oxygen dissolves.
  • Intoxication & Detoxification are constant.
  • This is a natural universal process of creation & dissolution.
  • The issue arises when the equilibrium between them, is compromised and malfunctions by excessive unutilized built-up accumulated, without adequate & prompt dissolution.
  • This is when we need to intervene by active detoxification, in order to reestablish equilibrium.

We cannot exorcise toxicity

  • We cannot exorcise toxicity because is undesirable & inconvenient.
  • This is a denial of something it has been invited, chosen and serves a codified purpose.
  • We may have forgotten but we have invited it on a deeper level for a reason – no matter how irrelevant may appear now. It is part of our inner being’s deeper needs and we need to acknowledge it.
  • Toxicity’s purpose is to serve the organism from disequilibrium that can be detrimental and cause a systemic collapse of the organism it serves.
  • Perceiving toxicity as a foreign, threatening enemy, is a lack of recognition of its serving purpose.
  • Toxicity ‘s screaming is a clear indication of what no longer serves us – and is asking our consent to be let go.
  • It is a letting go process that we should be focusing upon – not getting rid of something uncomfortable.
  • Toxicity should be viewed as an internal ally to sensitize us on what’s really going on, in terms of chronic resistance that caused disequilibrium – rather than an external enemy to battle with.
  • If we try to mechanically remove it – as long as the underlying emotional & mental belief causes, stay intact – it will always come back stronger & louder, till we pay attention.
  • Toxicity does not want to stay, it wants to be released, because it has served its temporary purpose.
  • It actually suffers from its overabundance & proliferation.
  • It was supposed to be a temporary helping measure, not a chronic one.
  • So it patiently awaits for the consent of the organism, to allow it to be released by the recognition that it can attain equilibrium more optimally.
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