How to Cure Hearing Loss

I have had hearing loss in both ears since I was in my early 20s; I was a Morse Code intercept operator in the Vietnam Conflict.  When using High Frequency, the dits and dahs would sometimes be turned into sound explosions going off directly into my ears through the headset. Sometimes, it was painful and gave me permanent hearing loss; or so I thought.

I have recently been tested by an Audiologist, who told me that I needed to have two behind-the-ear hearing aids. She ordered them and I am waiting to have them configured and installed. The hearing aids are wonderful new technology that incorporates Blue Tooth from a powerful microphone that I wear around my neck.

I have an old book that has been out-of-print since the 1950s; it is a Chinese Medicine Book with drawings on where to apply pressure to specific points on the body for various ailments.

I already was using the four points around the eye  sockets and temple to keep my focus sharp and thought, why not check for pressure points to treat other ailments that I have.

Lo and behold, there was a treatment for cataracts which I have in my right eye.  It involves tapping lightly on the outside of the right eye socket. When I did that, I found a tender spot right in the middle that I knew was related to my cataract. I tapped it about 50 or 60 times before bed and when I woke up for three days. This approach is very similar to my eBook on How to Cure Toothaches.

These was also a couple of places to tap to restore hearing loss. Fold the ear flap over and tap in the center of the back of the ear; do it at least 50 or 60 times lightly on both ears morning and night.

Then, tap the place just above and behind the ear, where your inner ear is located.  Again, tap it lightly for about 50 or 60 times on both ears.

What you are doing is stimulating the cilia hairs in your cochlea to regrow. I know, this is supposed to be impossible; there is no know way to regain hearing loss after it occurs? Try it, what have you got to lose?

One other, similar approach to using our body as a tool to get better, is wiggling your toes to re-activate your memory cells in your brain. This technique may take a few weeks, but can be used to stimulate the re-activation of lost memories in people with Dementia and Alzheimer’s. How wonderful is that?

Guess what? These are all free, use no drugs, and you can do them in the privacy of your home or on the go. I wiggle my toes all of the time now to keep my memories very sharp.

I do not say that these will work for you; I am not saying that these will “cure” you. I am saying that they are working for me and that, maybe, you should try them out.

Love, Light and Laughter,

Merln

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