Although silicon is one of the most common elements on Earth, most of us suffer from a shortage of it. How is this possible and what are the consequences? What can we do to reduce this deficit?
Many years of research on the biochemistry of trace elements have led the author to the conclusion about the key role of silicon in intercellular communication. According to the author, when we lack this element, the coherence of energy processes taking place in the body is disturbed. Silicon enables the correct flow of information between the brain and the rest of the body, as well as between individual systems, organs and cells.
Since efficient communication is essential in the processes of growth, repair and regeneration, silicon deficiency gradually deprives us of our vitality and accelerates the aging processes, contributing to the development of diseases and ailments. It impairs our cognitive abilities and reduces our resistance to stress.
Factors such as the industrialization of agriculture, environmental pollution, poor drinking water quality or an improper diet make it increasingly difficult for our bodies to accumulate the necessary resources of silicon. The author offers a number of helpful solutions – from appropriately selected oral preparations and silicon water, through herbal baths, to light therapy. It also describes diagnostic methods that allow to assess the content of silicon in the body of a specific human.
In-depth analysis of the problem and practical tips will help readers use the potential of silicon as a source of vitality, youth and health.
Stress affects all of us, but not everyone copes with it equally well. Can we improve our resistance to stressful situations? How does physical, emotional and mental stress affect our body? How does it shape our attitudes, health and well-being?
Stress reactions are an integral part of life – they allow us to respond to challenges posed by our surroundings, stimulate us to be active and change. However, when the stimuli from the environment are too strong for our resources, we become overburdened with stress. Then we go beyond the limits of our adaptation possibilities and we are heading towards disease states. However, this border can be moved. It depends on our daily habits, lifestyle, attitude to the world and relations with the environment.
Krzysztof Krupka’s book summarizes a quarter of a century of his interest in the phenomenon of stress. It shows in many aspects, but also practically, what stress is and how you can release it from your body, emotions and thoughts in order to stay healthy longer and live in harmony with yourself.
The author describes a number of ways to increase your energy resources. It recommends, among other things, proper nutrition, plant adaptogens, light and water therapy. It approximates exercises that help protect the body from the effects of stress. It also advises on how to search for the optimal life path, i.e. the state of balance between “I want” and “I must”. He advises that instead of desires and responsibilities, focus on opportunities and an attentive presence “here and now.”
Why silicon is the element of life (from the afterword)
In these few pages I will try to summarize everything I know about silicon. Entering into a multitude of chemical reactions, in which it is second only to carbon, it is a very “ubiquitous” element. I could list its beneficial properties for many pages, but in this book I would like to show, first of all, what is the uniqueness of the role of silicon in the human body.
So why is silicon an element of life?
Its connection with physical life, and in particular with birth, renewal, rehabilitation, regeneration and healing processes seems indisputable. However, to understand more deeply what silicon really is for us, we need to delve into the world of symbols and philosophy.
About 96% of our body consists of four basic elements: hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. The remaining elements account for about 4%.
These four elements are also a symbolic reflection of the philosophical four elements of which the universe and man are made. They are fire, water, air and earth, and the symbolically corresponding elements are respectively oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and carbon.
If we reject hydrogen and oxygen, i.e. de facto water, which makes up about 70% of our body, we will be left with nitrogen and carbon. Nitrogen is an element that serves the respiratory processes. In turn carbon and its compounds actually build our physical bodies, therefore they are presented in the form of the earth element as a purely physical aspect of the human body.
Let us recall from the previous chapters how much the chemistry of carbon has in common with the chemistry of silicon: firstly, the incredible tendency of these elements to enter into all possible chemical reactions, and secondly, building compounds about the nature and structure of a crystal. Finally, silicon is the next element after carbon in the Mendeleev table, which may symbolize the next step in development – the evolution of our physical body.
Let us awaken our imagination for a moment. If carbon physically builds our bodies, what builds silicon? If we believe that we are just a “jumble” of elements that generate various physicochemical reactions, which we call life, then we can end our considerations at this stage. This model is simple and understandable enough to allow the use of the so-called scientific principles. Thanks to it, we can conduct research and control known processes on the chemical or physical level. On this basis, modern biochemistry, medicine and pharmacology, genetics and other biological sciences have been built, which allow us to comprehensively prove what we are and how we function. And this is also how I have presented what silicon is and what its functions are in the human body.
If, on the other hand, we want to go further, we must give up a purely rational approach and activate our intuition and imagination.
The silicon content in our body is similar to that of other so-called microelements. These include sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, zinc, copper and some others. These elements do not build our body, but rather are “building blocks” that are responsible for countless chemical reactions in our body. As we already know, silicon “binds” various chemical reactions and physical structures of the body.
At this point, it is worth making a digression and asking yourself how do we communicate?
The rational answer is simple: through our senses – sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste, and more precisely through receptors made of specific elements.
However, there is also something called intuition or so-called sixth sense. This form of communication is a kind of “feeling” which is a kind of compilation of all other senses without having a separate physical organ.
What enables such specific communication? I assume that humans communicate not only on a purely physical level. After all, learning anything is much faster if we engage in this process with our whole self. In this way, we both receive information and send it. The concept of aura is particularly well suited to this.
For the last five years I have been dealing with regulatory thermography according to the Heidelberg model. This method enables research in a scientifically repeatable and scientific way of the human thermal field along with its shape and variability. This field, I believe, reflects the very aura whose presence is felt by particularly sensitive people.
Perhaps the thermal aura is a reflection (or rather a hologram) of something even deeper, more subtle, but at this stage of the development of our cognitive abilities, its assessment is completely sufficient.
Many years of research on families and partners have shown more than once that our energy fields are heavily influenced by other people and somehow communicate with their fields bypassing the five basic senses. For example, it has been found that a child’s aura often resembles the “seal imprint” of the mother’s aura. The wife’s physical illness was evident in the husband’s energy field. There are many examples.
Every psychologist knows the concept of psychological induction, when the mental symptoms of a sick person are transferred to another – healthy person. Only their separation shows who is really sick. I think this evidence is sufficient to conclude that diseases, behaviors, and more are transmitted in some “intangible” way.
I guess we’re built like an antenna in a way, and our body is a receiver. I will leave the question of where the transmitter is for later.
The antenna works well when it is tuned to a certain wavelength. If you try to receive many different waves, reception is disturbed. If, on the other hand, we tune in well to a specific piece of information, the reception is perfect. This is what the term “we’re on the same wavelength” refers to.
I believe that with a high degree of probability this antenna in our body is the physical connective tissue that builds the crystalline matrix of the body, the main component of which is silicon. It is it that allows you to tune in to the reception of specific information. Silicon deficiency in this structure causes its malfunction. I think it only works well when it is tightly integrated into our physical body.
Such integration can cause all the particles in our body to behave as one. Physicists call this a Bose-Einstein condensation. It probably also has a place in our DNA.
It resembles the mental situation of HERE and NOW, i.e. maximum concentration on a given moment. Unfortunately, this happens very rarely because people tend to be upset. It’s as if their receivers are picking up the signal through some noise.
These disturbances can be physical (e.g. bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites, toxins), emotional (fear, anger, hatred, aggression, etc.) or mental (harmful beliefs, e.g. “cancer is incurable”, “there is no justice for world “,” the world is bad “,” people cheat “,” I can’t make it “, etc.).
Filtering the signal from the transmitter through all these disturbances causes our body to malfunction at all levels: physical, emotional and mental.
The lack of silicon prevents our matrix from working properly on a physical level. In such a situation, any therapy – for example cleansing the body, removing parasites, working with emotions and beliefs – is very difficult, because people do not fully “perceive” what the therapist or doctor talks about. We remember that there is always a lot of silicon where something new, different is happening, as if this element allowed the beginning of a fresh, more integrated stage. Old organisms lose silicon in favor of calcium and thus take away from themselves the possibility of better communication, and eventually also of physical life.
That is why I called silicon the element of life.