Scio Sessions Continued....
I began to read a bit more about scio and how exactly it worked. After reading some articles and websites I began to get to grips with it. I understood the basics but that was about it. I wasn’t ready to give up on it because I knew it had given some pretty alarming information which seemed to show that something wasn’t right with regards to my health.
I decided I’d give it a few months before I’d call it a day. Maybe 2 or 3 appointments per month over a period of time might get to the bottom of things, in time. On each visit I was rigged up to the machine wearing the headband, wrist straps and ankle straps. Each time I was given the energy readings, the stress balance (based on that day), and the mineral/vitamin deficiences. The figures were always very similar, the volts, amps/sleep/brain function always being the lowest. It wasn’t until my 3rd visit that something appeared to show up. It was Toxicaris! (Remember my earlier blog re: where I thought I’d picked up a possible worm from a dog!). I just hoped that the scio could zap and kill them all, including the eggs. She did zap me that day but I didn’t feel any differently. My symptoms still persisted. I hadn’t noticed any change whatsoever. :’(
I had other visits after this but toxicaris never showed up again. Had they all been zapped? I wasn’t convinced. Were we even zapping at the correct frequency? We zapped. She talked of the ‘top 5′ worms. Was toxicaris in the top 5? What were the frequencies for these? I had so many unanswered questions. I felt myself holding back from asking questions, I don’t know why. I remember asking about the tapeworm that she mentioned. Her response was to the effect, it may not be that, it just comes up with the closest thing. I did wonder if it wasn’t that, then how could we zap the exact parasite. It did confuse me. It also re-affirmed my opinion that perhaps my worms weren’t in the ‘top 5′ that we were zapping. I wanted the scio to dig deeper. I just wasn’t sure how chronic conditions showed up. She did say I could be right, that they can hide. I was convinced this was happening to me. Anyhow, there was no change in my symptoms. At the beginning, I thought it made me feel better but I think it was my positive thinking that was perhaps playing a part here.
I was advised to parasite cleanse and to purchase a zapper. I told her previous to scio I had done parasite cleansing and had purchased a zapper but that my symptoms still persisted, and just as bad. That’s why I turned to scio for exact frequency zapping. Either way, she recommended I do another parasite cleanse. Perhaps this was a chronic condition and I’d read that chronic conditions can take time to show up using scio and that it can be difficult to treat. Ok, toxicaris showed up (3rd visit) but it never showed up again. She often mentioned “pathogens” and I presumed I was being treated for them also. She never went into any detail what these ‘pathogens’ were. Were these other pathogens causing my symptoms? I remember on one visit, she mentioned the pathogens and said “well, we know about that"…. and skipped over it. I wanted to say, “I’ve been seeing you for all this time, how come we’re still dealing with them"… but I held back.
As time wore on, I felt I was just being asked to parasite cleanse and supplement with vitamins and minerals. But I wasn’t happy doing this. Yes, I did need to do this but I felt it was just masking the problem. If I could eradicate the problem I felt I wouldn’t need to supplement as much as I was. I felt the parasites were bleeding me dry from all the nourishment I was taking.
On other visits she’d say, have you ate bacon? Have you had red wine? I don’t eat bacon and I don’t even drink I told her. (When I say I don’t drink, I only drink on very special occasions, very rarely in fact). I certaily don’t drink red wine, I’ve never liked it. She said some sort of tapeworm or something similar had showed up but not to worry because “we zap them anyway". I’d question her with regards to this but I didn’t feel I got answers. I also felt if I asked anything, I was perhaps made out to be worrying too much about what she had said yet I knew I had a serious problem and had every right to be concerned because my symptoms were so bad. To this day, I don’t think she realised how ill I felt.
Time after time, it was the same results, figures etc. Liver was toxic, digestion problems, stress, hormones, respiratory, oxygenation, sinuses, sensory, trauma, fungus. All very similar on each visit. I understood all this to a degree but I asked her why nothing came up as to what was causing it all. Anaemia showed up too. Some visits showed up ‘weight loss’, vitamin b’s deficiencies, mineral deficiencies.
I KNEW all of this was due to parasites.
I must highlight one interesting thing that showed up on a later visit. “Excessive entry of FFA. Triglycerides into cells". :?: I had no clue what this meant and I asked her. She wasn’t sure. So I did a bit of research on it at home. I still wasn’t sure what it meant so I went to a forum and posted a message. I got a response and it worried me greatly. It had to do with diabetes OR heart trouble. The ‘heart trouble’ (and those were the words used) worried me most because I’d only recently been rushed to hospital with chest pains!
I was very worried also with the reports I was receiving. A lot of the ‘figures’ I was given with regards to ‘ideal’, ‘weak’ and chronic, the figures were sometimes worse than when I first visited. I had scio sessions where my cell vitality was 3. On my first visit it was 6. My sleep/amps/brain function was always the lowest. Sometimes it was in the 20’s. I was deficient in so many vitamins and minerals. It was very stressful. ‘Trauma’ showed up EVERY week. It was high. I didn’t know how to deal with this. I seemingly had some deep-rooted issues that needed dealing with.
I did like the scio machine. I felt it was a good diagnostic tool, really I did. I just felt that something wasn’t showing up. Something chronic. I just felt we weren’t zapping the correct parasites or that ’something’ was still hiding.
I had heard of people using the ’search box’ where you can type in an organ of the body into the scio and sometimes it comes up with something. I mentioned this a few times but it never really amounted to much. I felt I wasn’t in a position to tell my practitioner how to use the machine. I was no expert, but I don’t think she was either. I believe, and this is my opinion, it’s down to the practitioner on how best to use the scio.
I was beginning to lose faith…. not in scio entirely but in my practitioner. I just didn’t feel she was probing the machine enough and trying to look more into the information it was providing her with.
I felt that I had to teach my SCIO practioner about parasites after a while. She was very nice but I never felt that she realised how serious my issue was. She only said that everybody has parasites and she had a hard time believe my case when I explained my symtoms. It's a shame since the SCIO maybe could be a good help. But my hope is that the body can heal itself given the right buidling blocks, meaning that we ingest lots of nutrients and help it the best way we can. Only the body can heal itself. My hope is that it can heal without a SCIO practitioner.
Glad to hear your report on it, because I've never actually heard what all they can test for. I live too far away from anyplace to do it, and it sounds pretty expensive?
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