Liver Flush

One Evening Meeting For a Deep Cleanse of the Liver

Who should do a liver flush? As a matter of fact, all of us! In the western society, people load their liver way more than what was intended by nature. High-fat industrial food and sugar, alcohol and medication are just part of our “abuse” of the liver. The result is a tired liver and a tired body.
Symptoms of congested liver: fatigue and heaviness, weak immune system, high cholesterol, gallstones, headaches and more.
The liver flush technique is based on ancient secrets and knowledge, from the Indian Ayurveda. The liver flush is safe, does not harm and is recommended for every adult.

What happens in the workshop?

Opening lecture

Why do we need to cleanse our liver? How does it get dirty and how are the liver and the emotional state connected?

cleanse

We drink a drink that washes and cleans the toxins that have accumulated in our liver over the years and learn how to balance the body in order to maintain ourselves in an energetic form during the day.

meditation

We experience a motionless meditation in a total state of calmness, so the process we are going through will be more effective

energetic work

We do energetic work, focusing on opening and releasing emotional charges from the liver.

tips

we learn about the proper use of nutritional supplements, herbs, spices and juices that help to cleanse the liver.

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Second session onwards

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It’s not mandatory to register for the entire series. The registration is for one session 

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The liver weighs 2 pounds and is the largest organ after the skin. Among its other duties, it breaks down fats, releases platelets, and takes care of blood plotting and more.
Another function of the liver is hoarding, and so when we pass food through the esophagus, after going through the stomach, it reaches the duodenum. The duodenum has two canals, one going from the pancreas, responsible for transmitting enzymes to the liver, and the other going from the gall bladder, taking care of conveying digestive fluids, and so the digestive process is completed.
Every time we eat, the nutrients pass into the blood, and the liver pulls out the minerals and vitamins and stores them inside of it. So it becomes some sort of giant hangar for them. When we eat valueless meals – the liver releases bile containing supplemental materials (102 different minerals) and injects them into the duodenum. Without conversion, no fats and proteins can be broken down. That is – the liver loads the food we eat with the minerals and nutrients that are missing for a full spectrum. Therefore we need full attention for meals that fill and nourish us, contrary to meals that empty our reservoirs.

Each hour, 1 liter of blood passes through it. Within 5 hours, all of our blood passes through the liver. Other than pulling nutrients for storage, it also pulls toxins. Free radicals – “hungry” molecules that lost a vital part, become a “radioactive” molecule, killing any cell it encounters. Since the liver stores so many possibilities of minerals – if a free radical notices it’s missing, for example, copper, he throws this molecule the copper so that it neutralizes its toxin. A magician.
We don’t want to get the liver to a state of exhaustion. In the gall bladder, gallstones are collected because the liver produces them.
Most people in the world, who do not carry out liver cleansing, function on 25% of the liver, meaning 75% of the liver is clogged with gallstones. Every organ of the body is made out of many pipes, and so is the liver. It has thousands of pipes – a huge storage of food – and has many paths to get anywhere.

The gallbladder contains gallstones, they’re like the intestines’ plaque. Gallstones are chemicals and cholesterol accumulated, and contain bacteria and germs. Gallstones are a product of bad eating habits and bad food entering the system.

Gallstones may cause inflammation of the gallbladder. The gallbladder is the one that’s hoarding bile, allowing control over the body with doses of bile injections when digesting. Bile is produced in the liver and its role is to break down fats. Without the gallbladder, bile flows through the body without storing whatever’s capable of damaging the body.

The first meeting of the liver flush seminar series is the gallbladder cleansing. The gallbladder doesn’t produce stones, they’re commonly known as gallstones but they are formed in the liver and then roll down to the liver.

The blood contains all food color, preservatives – sticky chemicals that stick to the cholesterol. During years, microgram by microgram, they stick, thicken and become gallstones. These stone accumulate slowly until the pipeline is clogged. Hence, no access for materials that have to get out of storage.

In the past, the food was not processed or engineered. The food was fresh, varied and wild (gatherers-hunters). Following the agricultural revolution, about a 1,000 years ago, all habits have changed. Our system isn’t fit for the chemical richness in today’s food. With time, since the liver connects to a system rich in blood vessels, when the food we eat isn’t good for the body, the toxins enter the body and explosions occur in the blood vessels. The Antioxidants help to tie up the free radicals, the molecules of acidity and remove them through the urine.

After the digestion and blood explosions, the blood works itself through the liver, the liver identifies what the free radical is missing and nourishes it. A lot of blood goes through the liver and it neutralizes whatever it can, the heavy molecules, nutrients and all of the toxins we provide, it can’t wipe out, and with the fatty liver, these materials stick to cholesterol and with time a stone is formed.

Shlomo Dharma

International expert in healthy nutrition and understanding of true health.

Shlomo Dharma is the developer of a new cleansing methods that combine ancient knowledge with many years of current experience. With 27 years of experience as a natural healer, iridologists’ diagnostician (retinal reading) reiki Master and specializing in Tibetan pulse medicine. 

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