My healing symptoms this morning are sore nose (left nostril done, right nostril is sore now), rash and itching of upper body, lymph gland behind left ear still sore but now is smaller (it's almost done), right lymph gland behind ear is getting a sore knot now, cramps down the front of the legs. Other than that, I feel GREAT!
I slept ten hours, woke up at 6:30 and did my exercises, dressed for work, and read until time to go to work.
I mowed some grass today with the push mower, and we fed four trees. The 30-year old water hose broke today, so I watched (and helped a little) as John repaired it.
I cracked the coconut and grated half of it for our lunch. The coconut water is very good. Lunch was papaya, black sapote, pineapple, avocado, banana and coconut.
We had a discussion on the color of body fluids. The color indicates the level of toxicity - clear, yellow, green, black. In some plague type diseases, such as smallpox, the urine can become black. The disease is considered to be incurable when there is that much toxicity, but John has seen people recover by natural methods even from that point. I asked about malaria, but the doctor says that malaria is way back up the chart in seriousness. Even though many die in Africa with malaria, most are actually dying from the treatment of malaria. Natural remedies are usually successful.
I got a wonderful sunbath. The sun felt nice and warm. Consultations were at 2:00. Today is Karen's sixth day of fasting. Starch poisoning is caused by eating more starch than the body requires. Starch poisoning causes skin conditions, colds, congestions, cold sores, and indentations on the side of the tongue. A person with excess starch should not eat grains or concentrated starches.
Protein poisoning is caused by eating more protein than the body requires. The indicators are pimples, bumps, carbuncles, ulcers, acne, etc. Fever is one way our body deals with both conditions.
I worked on the computer from 2:30 - 4:30. I got part of my pediatrics II lesson typed.
Supper was lettuces from the garden, tomato, avocado, sauerkraut, pecans and two dates. I practiced flute, studied my lesson and read. I could hear Tina playing her flute so beautifully across the way. I wanted to go over and play with her, but a 3:25 a.m. wake up call kept me from it. We leave for Cairns in the morning at 4:00.
I started reading a book today called The Restoration of the Peasantries by G. T. Wrench. It was published in 1939.