Originally published October 6 2015
Healthy gut bacteria and the understanding of interconnectivity is the key to longevity
by L.J. Devon, Staff Writer
(NaturalNews) The prevailing belief portrayed in the world today is that people are separate from one another. Many people believe they are separate from the natural processes occurring here on Earth, such as how soil is replenished, how food is grown, and how proper nutrition creates well-being inside.
In these beliefs of separateness, their actions toward nature and their lack of interactions with nature do not matter to them. Their actions toward their fellow man do not matter either. Interactions with plants, animals, and even bacteria are viewed through a lens of isolation and fear. For example, man's role in preserving the health of the soil directly impacts his health. The depletion of nutrients and microbes in the soil via herbicide poisoning ultimately has negative repercussions for the entire community because a diverse array of bacteria is necessary for the people. Bacteria are necessary for establishing healthy human immunity, digestion, and nutrient absorption. These colonies of bacteria live symbiotically with people inside and outside of their bodies, communicating with cells and signaling when the immune system should prepare during stressful times.
The illusion of separateness creates an internal environment that welcomes chronic diseaseMany people believe that their internal organs, body systems, and organ functions are separate from the whole person, but everything is connected. Entire communities of bacteria are living among people in numbers that can exceed 100 trillion per individual. This intelligent community of single-celled organisms living in the body can weigh up to five pounds!
Likewise, no one should overlook the electrical and magnetic fields that emanate powerfully from the heart. The heart is not a separate organ that just pumps blood. The feelings bestowed in the heart have an impact on the entire person's well-being.
If the illusions of separation remain ingrained in a person's thinking, a belief system of judgment takes hold. This judgment not only expresses itself as disharmony between people, religions, and races; it can express itself in the chemical makeup of the body as a disharmony of cellular functions. The Western culture is more diseased that it has ever been, with cancerous cells showing up in nearly half the population.
What if we ceased viewing germs as evil purveyors of disease? What if we stopped viewing the byproducts of the human body as worthless wastes? What if we thanked the germs and the discarded matter for serving the body and being a part of a process that nourishes and sustains life inside?
Newly discovered bacteria strain proves to be an elixir of lifeThe individual's path in life is not about existing on Earth eternally. Even longevity must come to an end. The most important part of longevity is for the individual to find their most healing, regenerative state of existence. This power is in every person and it is activated by dissolving the illusion of separateness.
Now Russian scientists have discovered and are unlocking the DNA of one of the most powerful substances that could strengthen and sustain people's quality of life. It comes in the form of bacteria, something that is often feared or forgotten. The newly discovered specimen, uncovered from permafrost in the Siberian wilderness of Yakutia on Mammoth Mountain, is proving to be an elixir of life. The bacterium was discovered in 2009 by Dr. Anatoli Brouchkov from Moscow State University. It is supposedly 3.5 million years old. It is proving to have a positive impact on human blood cells, mice, fruit flies and crops. Called Bacillus F, this rare strain is showing promise for experiments on human erythrocytes and leucocytes.
Mysterious and resilient bacteria strains such as Bacillus F remind the people of the world that their most beautiful state of healing is found in the understanding that all life on Earth is connected. Beneficial bacteria are living among us and within us. They are a part of our digestive processes, they are a part of the communication that activates the immune system, and they take part in protecting the brain from neuro-toxic elements . Bacteria are an insight into our own health. These living communities are not something to fear and not something to destroy with antibiotics. They are a part of us and a part of everything that supports our natural, regenerative, and whole state of existence.
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