Your teeth are a part of your body that usually only get attention when something is wrong with them. Your teeth are, however, unbelievably important for your health. During the course, Basic Medical Knowledge, which I took, I learned that bacteria get into your circulatory system via bleeding gums, and can have serious consequences to your health. In addition, we know about a lot more problems with our teeth: bleeding gums, tartar, receding gums, periodontitis or infections that can lead to root canal surgery as an emergency measure. The nerves in your teeth are deadened so you no longer feel the pain, but it doesn’t deal with the real source of the problem: an immune system that is not functioning properly.
Not going to the dentist is maybe one of the worst choices you can make regarding your health. Your teeth are directly connected to the rest of your body. Taking bad care of your teeth will have direct consequences to your health. This is because your gums surround your teeth. If your gums bleed, bacteria have free access to your circulatory system and can end up anywhere in your body. A dentist (or sometimes the dental hygienist) can help to keep your teeth optimally clean, but can also detect infections at an early stage or when your gums are in poor condition.
Tartar and clogged arteries
Long ago, I heard a doctor say that there is a connection between congested veins and tartar. On the website of the American Heart Association, I came across research that confirms this and I suspect that there is a lot more which can be found about this. Undoubtedly, more research needs to be done, but the more aware you are of the importance of brushing 2 times a day, the better!
Chronic diseases, caused by dental treatment
What concerns me is that much research and dentists’ experience (often for more than 20 years) show that dental treatments can be the cause of chronic diseases. Sometimes electric impulses are formed in the mouth, for example when several amalgam fillings get stacked one upon the other. Or invisible bacteria growth develops after root canal treatment. These bacteria can easily hide in the hollows of a tooth or molar and are difficult to reach with antibiotics. There now seems to be a correlation between this bacterial growth and serious chronic illnesses. If you would like to learn more about this, take a look at TERF, the Toxic Element Research Foundation. Dentists, who have expanded their practices to bio-energy dentistry, are aware of this and look at your teeth as a part of your entire health.
MIR-Method and your teeth
Many problems surrender themselves by doing the MIR-Method. For your teeth problems, the MIR-Method can be a welcome addition, in addition to good dental hygiene and regular (bio-energetic) dental check-ups.
What can the MIR-Method do for you and your teeth? It works from various angles:
1. Increases self-love and care: the MIR-Method is a tool with which the love for yourself increases. This happens by stroking your hand, through which you make tender contact with your body. In addition, the following steps cooperate to increase your self-love: 3. “Detach father, detach Mother”, 7. “Fulfill basic needs” and 8. “Optimize Chakras and Auras”. By increasing self-love, you are naturally more aware of your personal hygiene and, among other things, take care of your teeth. Moreover, increasing self-love means that you will snack less and naturally choose healthier food and water.
2. Strengthen energy by cleansing meridians: via the MIR-Method, the meridians are encouraged to cleanse themselves (step 4: “Clear meridians”), so energy can freely flow again. These meridians are not only found in your body, but also in your teeth. If you fall on your front teeth, the kidney and bladder meridian can be disturbed, for example, because it flows through your front teeth. This can cause issues relating to fear and insecurity. The liver and gall bladder meridian flows through the incisors and it is “funny” to know that these meridians are related to anger and frustration (biting, grinding of the teeth). By stroking step 4 with the MIR-Method, “Clear meridians”, you restore the flowing of the meridians and these emotions disappear. This can cause grinding of the teeth to diminish.
3. Fear of the dentist. Step 4, “Clear meridians” helps to lessen the fear of going to the dentist. One of the meridians is the kidney meridian and when it can flow again freely, your fears diminish quickly. In addition, “Detach father” of step 3 helps if your dentist is a man. Old, unpleasant experiences with men can be remembered in the dentist’s chair, especially when he needs to be in your mouth. Your mouth is a vulnerable part of your body and letting someone in, is allowing someone inside your body. You slowly work out the old memories, giving you more trust in the dentist.
Abrupt toothache after doing the MIR-Method
Sometimes someone gets a toothache by doing the MIR-Method! It’s possible that you already had an infection in your mouth that wasn’t noticeable yet. The MIR-Method strengthens your immune system and your immune system makes the infection extra noticeable and visible. You should always go to the dentist to have it examined. The sooner you deal with an infection, the less your immune system has to work and that causes fatigue to disappear!
Always do all 9 steps
Note! You only do the MIR-Method properly when you do all 9 steps! Some people leave steps out of the list, but then you take the strength out of it. It is important that you do all 9 steps because they cooperate together and need each other to optimize your self-healing!
And what about you? What experiences have you had with your teeth since doing the MIR-Method? Brush more often? Gums stopped bleeding? Please let me know below!
I wish you healthy teeth and that, in the future, your dentist appointments are finished in 5 minutes. Success!
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