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  Biomagnetic Fields Pathway

In 1988, Dr. Isaac Goiz Duran, of Mexico, introduced biomagnetic therapy, in which pairs of magnets are used to neutralize disease-causing pathogens in the body.  The therapy identifies dysfunctions of organs, glands and tissue and seeks to alter their pH to establish healing.  
Dr. Goiz, first discovered the principles behind this therapy when treating an AIDS patient. After putting two magnets, one on the rectum and the other on the thymus gland, the patient recovered shortly. Dr. Goiz proposed that this pair of points have a relationship to each other for harboring the pathogens that cause AIDS: the HIV virus in the rectum and Escherichia coli in the thymus gland. What makes it possible for these two pathogens to survive in these niches is the alteration of the local pH values: the virus relishes an acid environment while the bacteria an alkaline one. Furthermore, according to Dr. Goiz, these two pathogens resonate with each other and cause the collapse of the immune system. By placing simple magnets on these two places, the local pH is neutralized, causing the pathogens to be immediately eliminated. In the case of AIDS, one would place the positive end of the magnet on the thymus and the negative end on the rectum. Dr. Goiz calls this bi-focal relation between these two disease-causing points of the body the "biomagnetic-pair." In the years that followed, Dr. Goiz and his adepts discovered hundreds of such pairs relating to most diseases inflicting humankind, including cancer and hepatitis. By presenting this catalogue of pairs, Dr. Goiz claims that most of these diseases can be cured by this simple method of placing these magnets in pairs.

NMT application
At the 2010 NMT annual symposium, Les Feinberg introduced the Bio-Magnetic Fields Pathway, adapting the findings of Dr. Duran.  In the NMT protocol, as always, muscle testing and response is used to communicate with the body’s Autonomic Control System (ACF).  The ACF is asked to “identify informational faults compromising awareness of, or contributing to the existence of reciprocally related regions of adverse PH+/-ve polarity, with or without related infection, and their patterns of energetic resonance, or compromising neutralization of adverse polarity, elimination of pathogens, and the referenced transformation”.  Once identified, the body is asked to correct, balance or eliminate the adverse polarities.  

The adverse polarities have been shown to influence allergies, pain, auto-immune issues and more.  Biomagnetism has provided a new context or lens through which to see disease producing conditions of infection in the body.  By providing this new perspective, the concepts of Biomagnetism may greatly enhance our understanding of disease processes and give us a new and more effective way to observe and thereby influence healing in the body.  


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