In my last post, we talked about seeing in a new way, imagining time as an iceberg where what we see is the flat image where it interfaces with the surface of the water—but beyond this image, there is a peak and a base that we don’t see.
I am arguing that what is important for health is that we understand the proper width of light. The past (the tip of the iceberg) is too narrow. The future (the base of the iceberg) is too wide.
In my body, I can feel my cells trying to define a peak and a trough for time so as to establish a pH range.
When time is very wide (alkaline), I can create a sodium image by condensing. To do this, I use vitamin K1 in the context of high potassium. In a sense, this is like deriving “moon” from “sun.”
When time is very narrow (acidic), I can create a sodium image by expanding. To do this, I use vitamin K2 in the context of high sodium. In a sense, this is like deriving “sun” from “moon.”
Once I have defined both a floor and a ceiling for time—a moon and a sun, so to speak—I lock these values in place, and the scale shifts. The sun and moon image can be superimposed to create a new flat—a new definition of zero, if you will. My understanding of the pH scale has widened.
When this happens, I have created a new scale for time.
When this happens locally, I believe we call it cancer. The basal cells in my shoulder are working off values for “sun” and “moon” that are closer in range than the rest of me. I can have them excised via Moh’s surgery, but if their perception of the curvature of time remains more acute, they will again re-establish a floor and ceiling that are too close together, and will again over-replicate.
I need to widen their perception of time. To do this, I could use melatonin. However, they have crossed a threshold, and each time I apply melatonin locally to widen their perception of time, they collapse the floor and ceiling to define a new flat. Each time this happens, the scale shifts (see below). In a sense, although they are thirsty for melatonin—as is the case with ME/CFS “Chronic Fatigue Syndrome”—excess melatonin only feeds the dysfunction.