N.A.E.T. Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique
What is an allergy?
An allergy is a condition of unusual sensitivity to one or more substances which may be harmless to the majority of other individuals. The allergic substance, known as an allergen, is viewed by the brain as a threat to the body’s well-being. Therefore, for our purposes, an allergy is defined in terms of what a substance does to the energy flow in the body. When contact is made with an allergen, it disrupts the normal flow of energy through the body’s electrical circuits which are called meridians. Interference in communication between the brain and body, via the nervous system, occurs when the energy flow in a meridian becomes blocked. This blocked energy flow is the first step in a chain of events which can develop into an allergic response.
Subconscious & Conscious Mind
Our brains have a natural, built-in, subconscious function controlling the immune system which has the potential of keeping us allergy free. What Dr. Devi S. Nambudripad has developed is a technique that consciously focuses the brain on a single allergen while clearing the blocked energy formerly associated with that allergen. This technique can successfully desensitize the body in order to achieve an allergy free state. Dr. Nambudripad’s research has shown that when major allergies are eliminated and the immune system is strengthened, the body resumes normal healing and homeostasis.
What is N.A.E.T.?
Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique, also known as N.A.E.T., is a safe, effective, natural approach to detecting and eliminating all types of allergies. N.A.E.T. combines techniques from Kinesiology (muscle strength testing), Chiropractic, and Oriental Medicine, to clear allergic reactions through a “reprogramming” of the brain. The actual technique used involves light acupressure applied along both sides of the spinal column in an area where the energy flow of a meridian intersects with the nerve roots.
How do you test for allergies?
A N.A.E.T. Specialist uses applied kinesiology techniques to perform a simple muscle response test confirming a suspected allergen. In the case of animals, infants, very young children, the elderly and infirm, a surrogate test subject is used. The principle is the same, however, in determining if the body in question has developed allergic responses to the environment around it.
The brain recognizes whatever substance comes close to the body, especially what comes in direct contact with it. When an allergen is discovered it is because the brain has perceived that substance to be a threat to the body. Consequently, the energy flow in a meridian is disrupted, and the resulting interference in communication between the brain and the body, evokes a weakness in the tester muscle. In this way it is possible to communicate with the brain of the patient by triggering a mild response to the allergen when the substance is placed in contact with the body. Lastly, reflexology may be used to pinpoint the blocked areas within a meridian while the allergen is in contact with the patient.
What can be tested?
Any substance brought into the bio-electromagnetic field of the patient, can elicit a response via the central nervous system. Actually, any mineral, vegetable, animal substance, chemical compound, or physical agent in contact with the body, even a homeopathic remedy, can trigger this response. So in fact, anything in the environment can be easily tested without the use of invasive measures.
How many sessions will be needed?
A comprehensive N.A.E.T. program is tailored to the needs of the individual patient, and varies according to the overall severity of the allergic condition, the number of allergens involved, and the strength of the patient’s response to treatment. Obviously, this is a highly variable situation. For the patient who has only recently become allergic and whose immune system responds quickly, the number of sessions will be far less than the patient who has had severe allergic reactions for many years.
Method for Clearing – What to expect
After an initial time of gathering information on the patient’s medical history, and sometimes their dental history, a survey testing is done through applied kinesiology. Muscle response testing is a standard kinesiological procedure using the musculo-skeletal system controlled by cerebral cortex centers. This simple, practical test confirms the presence and severity of allergic reactions quickly and easily. The indications of an allergic response, the levels involved, and the severity of the reaction, are then recorded for each item tested.
Once allergens are identified and prioritized, acupressure is administered according to Dr. Devi Nambudripad’s protocol, which re-programs the body’s response to future contacts and relieves the allergic symptoms. The technique itself is non-invasive and involves stimulating the nerve roots along the spine at acupuncture points. This, in turn, over-energizes the meridians, creating a state of free-energy flow.
What happens after the N.A.E.T.?
Following the clearing of energy blockages, the allergen can be rechecked to see if the body has accepted the clearing process. After stimulation of specific acupressure points and a period of observation along with continued contact with the allergen in a free-flowing energy state, the patient is sent home to finish the clearing cycle.
Since bio-electromagnetic energy flow is governed by the body’s biological time clock, the patient AVOIDS ALL CONTACT with the treated allergen for a 25 hour period immediately following the N.A.E.T. This allows the newly reprogrammed energy to be exposed to the 12 major meridians as the body cycles through its time clock. At the end of 25 hours the patient is rechecked to verify that all allergic responses to the allergen are eliminated, or whether some complexity needs to be reevaluated. In some situations further clearings may be needed to completely eliminate an allergy. When the clearing process is completed, it appears that the allergy is eliminated from the body’s cellular memory.