Colon Crunch 2

These Colon Crunch movements exercise my intestines & colon to get things moving.  They also serve to massage my troubled back & spine. 

 

I have to start with this.  Now that I’ve seen this video, and my friend, Aubrey’s dog, Poppy, do the same thing, I’m now thinking these movements are Universal! 

 

My video (to follow) emphasizes the colon, intestines, back. Strong core orientation. I believe these movements help digestion, bowel movements, toxic expulsion, plus massages & strenghtens back.

I’m a dancer. This is how I deal with my pain & toxin removal—all at once!  For me, it’s another avenue to the soul & healing.  Movement is so important.  Why not infuse it with wonderful music?

It may not be readily apparent, but there is a part where I am moving on my fists (like tennis balls, but handier 😎 ) to massage deep my periformis region, which tends to get tight.

 

colon on my fists

 

To view the trailer or to download my full length video, please click here

 

Helpful internet forums:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/bottomsupgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ropeworm/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotEndorphins/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/186621013035/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/375646122538840/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/634390866627015/

 

 

 

 

My Enema–The Musical (Moon Night)

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.

Basic enema instructions suggest massaging belly in a counter-clockwise direction to get the fluid further into the colon and perhaps dislodge debris & parasites from the walls of the colon.  It is also suggested to elevate the hips somewhat to again get the fluid up into the colon.

 

What I think I’m doing with these movements is dislodging & moving fluid.  But also, lifting my vibrational level through music.  It turns into an exercise for core muscles, and a back massage. I often stretch & support my neck.  As my aged spine is collapsing, I view this as stimulating blood flow, in general, as well as  encouraging fluid to flow into my spinal disks & hopefully elongating my spine. We lose 2-3 inches of height during a lifetime due to spinal collapse.  Building muscle in the core helps support a compromised spine.

I also believe these varied movements move the small intestine (15-33 feet long) to further dislodge plaque, parasites, worms. il_340x270.395383884_ivva

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a video in my tub.  The music is “Moon Night” by

Karen Marie Garrett.

 

Click here to view trailer or to purchase on Vimeo. 

If you want more information on enemas, parasites, etc. View other posts in the right-sided column.

 

Recommended forums:

 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/bottomsupgroup/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/ropeworm/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotEndorphins/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/186621013035/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/375646122538840/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/634390866627015/

 

My Enema–The Musical, in Living Room

My formal diagnosis is Fibromyalgia, herniated disks, spinal stenosis and osteoarthritis.  My intuitive diagnosis is Lyme.  I need to move to not hurt.  But then, when I move, it still hurts, but it is more like a massage.  I believe I am disrupting the comfortable abodes of my pet spirochetes & parasites.  Every health practitioner  I’ve read recommends movement.  I was built to respond to music.  Philip Wesley 2

Enemas have opened up another world to me.  The world of worms.  I fish for worms daily.  I had no idea I had these residents inside me until I started regular coffee enemas.  I am not a coffee drinker, but it seems to agree with me when taken this alternative way.

 

I only have a name for the big ones right now.  Ropeworms.  People are claiming these are the result of our “fake food” diet.  Their appearance seems to have coincided with the processed, pesticide ridden food supply of the past several years. It makes sense that if we don’t have the proper nutrients to support our systems & continue to consume poisons, that we are asking for problems like this.  So many illnesses today are related to a compromised immune system.

 

One of my pets:  skinny parasite

 

The following video, one of many, shows movements that can be done to dislodge worms and clean out the colon.

Click below for a “how-to” video: 

 Living Room Demonstration:

Music from “Dark Night of the Soul” by Philip Wesley

For more information & support, here are a few forums to consider:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bottomsupgroup/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/Parasitesupportgroup/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/GotEndorphins/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/108424385861883/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/375646122538840/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/186621013035/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/263709223729311/

Self Massage

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.

 

Much of what I do is self-massage:  It eases the pain.  Massaging, stretching, building muscle, all to music that inspires & relieves stress.

The touch transfers energy.  We are electrical creatures.

Thought is another form of energy.  Music is another.  We are capable of consciously directing our unconscious to self -heal by transferring energy to our cells.

Musical vibrations are a little higher vibration than we, as matter.  But not so much higher to be harmful to tissues –unlike x-rays, microwaves, MRI’s.

When massaging to music the notes pass thru me to me.

I become a conduit for the music, using my consciously directed thoughts & touch, and invite my unconscious to participate in the healing.

The following is a You-Tube video by a massage therapist on self-massage, and the dangers of over-stretching.

Titled “Hidden Yoga Dangers.”

 

I have sciatica, which starts in my spine, moves through my buttocks, down the back of my leg, to my feet.  This first short shows me attending to my calf.  

I play it like a piano to Einaudi’s music. 

This next one minute video shows a little of me on my yellow, grooved roller.  

It Hurts. But in a Good Way.

 

 Moving & stretching& rolling around on the floor are forms of massage. 

 

 

I Invented Sweatpants

 

I’m not just someone with a good idea.  I’m an innovator.   I invented sweatpants.

I'm Marvella.   Back Pain Survivor.

I’m Marvella.
Back Pain Survivor.

 

Living in the dorms at Northern Michigan U in Marquette, Mich, on Lake Superior (are you thinking “cold”?) my sophmore year, I started wearing sweatshirts as pants.  You may be too young to know, or may not remember that sweatshirts were available a while before sweatpants.

I put my legs in the sleeves and belted the waist. Granted, it helped to have skinny legs, and there was a crew-necked crotch, but it worked. Yes, the manufactured variety was an improvement, but I had the idea first.

I have another new invention. My old sweatpants are now losing elasticity around the waist. I cut off a leg of a pair of old panty hose and tied it around my waist. Better than a belt—flexible, adjustable, versitile, soft support.  

You too can come up with some great ideas while moving with me to inspiring music.

Help Your Back, Change Your World

  I will define myself and my goals today. Being diagnosed with multiple back glitches has inspired me to be here. I'm Marvella.

I’m Marvella,

 

My qualifications:

  • Bad back
  • Natural researcher
  • Many years studying human mind/spirit potential
  • Student of Nutrition
  • Naturalist (no surgery please)

 

My method:

  • Roll around on the floor and think
  • Or not think, and roll around on the floor
  • Or just open and receive, while rolling around on the floor :)

 

Everyone has a back. These are core movements mostly. Young and old can benefit. Your back muscles support your spine. 

 I’ve always related to music by moving. I don’t know a measure, but my body knows the movement. I’m thinking I can suggest or demonstrate movements to music that others can follow, and maybe we can avoid the knife, laser, whatever that has become so prevalent these days.

 Music and movement go beyond logic and language. They stimulate more parts of our brain. Parts where creative ideas and self-healing come from. There is music therapy, dance therapy, so why not world movement therapy?  I’m not a physical therapist, but have been advised by several.  

 Moving to meditative, but inspirational, motivational instrumentals can heal your body and your soul. Listen for it. We need some soulful awakenings. This world is only going to improve through a growth in human awareness. We cannot spend our way to a better world. We need less emphasis on $$$ and more emphasis on ^^^.

 

 

No Surgery Please.