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  • Writer's pictureJames DeMile

Quality of life

For those interested in the quality of life

I look at my eighties as entering a mid-life phase and a need to refocus to have the next eighty as best I can make them. I say "best I can make them", because I am assuming complete responsibility for my life. The first eighty have been very interesting, with lots of adventures and memories, but I need to reflect on what I have learned, so the next eighty will be more fulfilling. I can write a few books on the mental and emotional things I have learned, but I will leave that for later, maybe when I reach 100. The thing that stands out as my first area of focus is my body. I have this vast library of life information, and yet find the building is falling apart. As the body disintegrates, the utilities that support the daily function of the library begin to malfunction. The wiring becomes frayed and causes short circuits of invaluable memories, or slices of life may begin to fade under the cloud of dementia or darker cloud of Alzheimer's. What should I attack first, the building structure or work on the utilities? I think working on the building will act to reduce down a problem with the utilities. Medicine tends to work on maintenance of a problem rather than cure it, drugs for every problem. Although drugs can benefit in many ways, they also can create problems. Since I take no medication of any type, I do not want to start now. I feel my current program is working well. However, my physical structure has a few problems. I have had five major surgeries, that resolved a number of major problems, yet created a few new ones. While fusing C1 thru C7, they clipped a nerve in my neck, causing heart problems, had to put in a pacemaker, and caused some weakness in my arms. Also have problems with fluid flow to my lower back, excessive calcium buildup, some exposed nerves, and because of pressure on those nerves, my legs are slowly becoming paralyzed. On top of that I have advanced degenerative arthritis in L 4&5 and some nuts and bolts holding L1 and 2 together. Other than that I am doing great. I control the pain with my Dynamic Internalization techniques, as well as use it for starting a regeneration program for Cell tissue in the damaged areas. That is the reason for this post, regeneration of any damaged organs or tissue to the body. Amazing recent discovers about stem cells have caused the medical field to recognize it as the Miracle Cell. Drug companies are terrified of its potential and are spending millions on stopping, or at the very least, slowing down any research. It is the body healing itself, rather than using drugs. The verified case histories are a bright light at the end of a dark tunnel for those with Cancer, diabetes, heart conditions, lime disease, chemical depression, lung or kidney disease and the list goes on and on. I have been fascinated with stem cell research for the last few years, but only recently, because of new discoveries, started to refocus all my efforts to tying in Dynamic Internalization techniques to access and stimulate specific stem cells to create new tissue. I am very encouraged with recent results in my working with a few individuals that have glaucoma, hearing problem as well as two with Parkinson's, one with vascular brain degeneration and severe Eczema.

A few years back, there was an uproar over using embryonic stem cells, for ethical reasons, since these were cells that would create the fetus. The sperm and egg had created the zygote, which brought the male/female genes together and created the embryonic cells which had the blueprint for the unborn child. However, it turned out that embryonic cells were not practical to use since they were already differentiated or predesigned for a specific purpose. Science needed an undifferentiated stem cell for more general applications. But there was still a problem, unless the stem cell was from the patient, it was quickly rejected as a foreign invader. So, they needed to find a stem cell that was undifferentiated and would not be rejected by the patient. .............and they found is the fetal stem cell of the placenta. What's great, is it is not only "the cell", it is not challenged from a religious or political source. I will not go into detail of how this cell is the "God cell" and how they get them, let me just say I believe it is the medical discovery of all times. It is the key element in the brains triggering "spontaneous remission". My current efforts are to use my 50 years of teaching internalization techniques for personal development and develop my Dynamic Internalization applications, which is a step above hypnosis and meditation, , so they can access, stimulate the various stem cells. Although I am working with others, I am also working overtime on myself. I have special techniques to ask questions and get answers from my sub-conscious relative to stem cells and my potential response. I also make recordings for others and myself to reinforce any progress and to simplify the program. There are hundreds of videos and printed info on stem cells, If you want to see an interesting stem cell video, contact me at and I will send a link. I find this fun and exciting and look forward to a healthy and more productive second half of my life. Any questions????? Aloha, from Hilo Hawaii

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