Friday, July 8, 2011

Tiredness Has Me in Its Grip

Yesterday was a tiring day for me. I spent most of my time resting. My friend Yeong called me and upon hearing my voice said I sounded different and wondered if I am all right. He called to tell me that he has two books on Vibrational Medicine and wondered if I want to borrow it for reading. My coughing has almost stopped after taking the TCM pills. It was a relief because I was not able to sleep because of the constant coughing. My legs are still giving me problems. When I lie down, I feel that my legs are "floating", devoid of energy. The feet is cold and I think the blood flow could not reach my feet. Even in a sitting position, my feet now feels cold. This coming week, I will be going for another blood test.

This morning, I woke up to a little headache. My chest still feels congested. My voice is still a little coarse and the throat gets irritated easily. Although there is no pain in my coughs, but I am finding it a little difficult to cough, there not enough energy to push. When I try to do deep breathing, there is a little pain in my chest. My energy levels are still low and I am tired. I have not taken my weight for quite sometime but from feedback of two of my friends that I have not seen for last six months, I have grown thinner. It's not that I have not been eating but I just could not put on weight. There are so many "stills".

I have a few areas that I want to work with my hypnotherapist and she has suggested an alternative place where I can do the therapy nearer to my home. That's really nice of her and it would help very much because I would be meeting her more regularly. I will also discuss with her about my anemic problem, such as treatment options as she is also a qualified medical doctor. I am losing a small of blood everyday because of my kidney tumor.

I was wondering what underlying principles are vibrational medicine based on, and as I started reading the book Vibrational Medicine, The #1 Handbook of Subtle-Energy Therapies by Richard Gerber, M.D., I was pleasantly surprise to learn that it has its roots in Einsteinnian paradigm. The Einsteinnian paradigm as applied to vibrational medicine sees human beings as networks of complex energy fields that interface with physical/cellular systems.


  1. Hi,

    I was trying to find out more about the XP-180 that was mentioned in one of your articles. However, the distributor site appears to be dormant for a few years. It it's just lactobacillus, perhaps Yakult may work the same.

    Since you are exploring TCM, have you heard of Rhus verniciflua Stokes? I was not able to find the Chinese name. I got to know about the extract because one of the components, butein is an inhibitor of STAT3. Go to to read a couple of cases on successes in using Rhus verniciflua Stokes to cure metastatic RCC.

    Stay strong and get well soon.


  2. I know of an existing user of XP-180 and according to him, his mother has shown some improvement. He was the one that introduced this product to me.

    Tomorrow, I will be introducing another cancer therapy that holds good promises for lung cancer patients.

    Thanks for the information on Rhus verniciflua Stokes. I will check it out. According to a few contemporary TCM books that I read, TCM has made many advances in anti-cancer treatment. In China for example, over 10,000 TCM drugs, over 50,000 TCM compound formulas, over 3,000 TCM drugs and nearly 3,000 formulas were screen and validated in anti-cancer activities (source: Alternative Treatment for Cancer, Annals of TCM volume 1). All those successful drugs and formulas have been identified.

    There is more hope.