Clocking the Kidney Meridian (5:00-7:00 PM)

 

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

The Kidney Meridian is at Flood Tide between 5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Kidney Meridian is at Half Tide (on the way out) between 11:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m. (6 hours and 90 degrees later).

The Kidney Meridian is at Ebb Tide between 5:00-7:00 a.m. (12 hours and 180 degrees later).

The Kidney Meridian is at Half Tide (on the way in) between 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (18 hours and 270 degrees later).

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) said …

“Life starts as shells, like ears and kidneys. Shells amplify sonics.”

“Eat sardines and a pickle at Kidney Time. The calcium in the sardine and the silicon in the dill pickle are for inner vision.”

“Desire can only crave for things to come to you or go away from you. Nitrogen gives you the will to stick things out. The kidneys are the seat of the will power.”

“The perfect heart transplant dies from kidney failure. Heart transplant patients have usually already had other surgeries from gall bladder, colon, and kidney problems.”

“Cancer patients die from congestion in the lungs or kidney failure.”

“Basil contains platinum for the kidneys.”

“Thulium slows down the loss of fluid from the kidneys. Thulium is found in tamarind, millet, and barley. It’s also found in Body Toddy.”

“Take sugar for a slow kidney, and salt for a fast kidney.”

“Chickweed is good for the liver, kidneys, and digestion.”

“Maximum fluid distribution time is from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m.”

(Urinary Bladder Time is from 3:00-5:00 p.m., and Kidney Time is from 5:00-7:00 p.m.)
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'Clocking the Kidney Meridian (5:00-7:00 PM)' have 7 comments

  1. July 27, 2015 @ 9:52 pm Atom

    Re: How does one locate and clear engrams?

    Body Dowsing.

    When the Santa Barbara Sun Sync Science School of Self Healing finally opens, I’ll be able to pass the techniques on to the next generation.

    Example …

    A man came to see me with three problems.

    He explained, “I have a migraine headache. There’s a painful bump behind my knee, and my knuckles are swollen.”

    He grasped the ring finger of his right hand while complaining about his “knuckles” (plural).

    The body’s anterior right side and posterior left side register psychic (emotional) traumas with women, so it was obvious to me he had an emotional “charge” from an unresolved issue with a woman.

    The ring finger is the Triple Heater Meridian’s primary “commitment” reflex, which is why a wedding ring signifies, “I only have heat for you” or “I’m only in heat for you.”

    “Which specific knuckle is swollen?” I asked.

    “All of them,” he replied, still holding only his ring finger.

    “Which knuckle did the problem start on?” I indirectly persisted.

    He noticed he was grasping his ring finger, and responded, “Well, it started on this one.”

    “Did you recently get a divorce?” I pried.

    “Yes, I did,” he answered.

    I held his right knee while he sat in a chair, and extended his leg outward and inward a dozen or more times, fast and forcefully on the way out, and exaggeratedly slow on the return.

    The bump behind his knee disappeared, but I said nothing.

    Next came muscle response testing, and the only circuit “out” was his Stomach Meridian.

    “That’s interesting, because I recently had gastritis,” he commented.

    “Before or after your wife left you?” I asked.

    “After,” he replied.

    “Do you miss her cooking?” I continued.

    “Well, yes, I do. She was a really good cook.” he reminisced.

    He returned to his chair (I had muscle-tested him on the floor) and reached for the back of his knee while asking, “Now what about this?”

    But to his astonishment, the bump had completely disappeared.

    “Where did it go?” he exclaimed.

    “You know,” I laughed. “You were ready to let this go before you even came to see me.

    “You were like an apple on a tree you only have to touch and it falls into your hand.

    “That’s why your knee problem resolved so quickly.

    “All you wanted to do was kick your ex-wife one final boot out the door!

    “Goodbye. Adios. So long.

    “Time to move on to something new.

    “All it took was mimicking a swift kick by moving your knee back and forth, which is what I did.

    “If you hadn’t been so ready to let her go, you might have had to kick something a hundred or even a 100 thousand times — however long it takes to discharge the repressed anger.

    “And, if you were still living with her, it could be an ongoing stockpiling of hostility unless you both resolved your issues.

    “Health requires two things.

    “One, a hostility discharge, just like in Gestalt therapy, Alexander Lowen, etc., etc.

    “Two, it requires forgiveness — biological forgiveness, not psychological forgiveness — to deal with any residual guilt.

    “Once a hostility is discharged, the guilt problem must still be resolved.

    “And after forgiveness, the hostility often returns.

    “Discharge it repeatedly, however long it takes, but always follow a hostility discharge with forgiveness to end any guilt feedback.”

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  2. July 27, 2015 @ 9:54 pm Atom

    “There is always a little unfinished business or karma left over. We are organisms that live for tomorrow. You must live now or fifty years from now in another body.” — Swami Nitty-Gritty

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  3. July 27, 2015 @ 9:56 pm Atom

    “To myself I seem to have been as a child playing on the sea-shore while the immense ocean of Truth lay unexplored before me.” — Isaac Newton

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  4. August 5, 2015 @ 6:03 pm Gil

    Interesting how both 5-7 am and pm are geat exercise times. The kidney and large intestine must have something to do with strength…

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  5. August 6, 2015 @ 3:52 pm Atom

    Kidney is a sodium pump, and definitely has lots to do with strength (and Qi). Some people can’t even flex their biceps immediately after kidney dialysis. We’re strongest at Kidney Time, and what we do at Large Intestine Time and Heart Time largely determine strength utilized at that time.

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  6. August 7, 2015 @ 8:39 am gil

    Hmm, very interesting!!
    I bodybuild everyyday during large intestine (usually 6-6.55) and kidney (same, usually from six to about seven). Although most days i sleep through heart time. Am i messing up my strength gains?

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  7. August 7, 2015 @ 5:22 pm Atom

    It’s best to do light exercise during Large Intestine Time, esp. walking, since the fascia lata and the hamstrings of the legs are reflexes to the large intestines.

    Lung Time is the best time for focused exercise, e.g. Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Yoga, etc.

    Spleen-Pancreas Time is the best time to exercise with weights to get “ripped” (“shredded,” “cut,” etc.).

    Urinary Bladder Time is the best time for marathon exercises or power exercises (strength + speed).

    It’s also the best time to gain weight or pack on muscle mass.

    Kidney Time is the best time for strength exercises.

    Triple Heater Time is ideal for swimming or light exercise.

    https://www.sunsyncnutrition.com/exercise.php

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