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Why Back Surgery Fails So Often

Researchers from Duke University show that back pain is usually caused by a person’s immunity attacking the disc in the same way that it attacks invading germs, not by a broken disc pressing on a nerve. They found that people with back pain associated with damaged discs have high levels of Interleukin-17, produced by your immune lymphocytes and known to cause asthma, rheumatoid arthritis and other autoimmune diseases.

The natural history of back pain from "disc disease" usually starts after you hurt your back. You often appear to recover after several weeks or months of pain.  However, the back pain can recur any time later, even many years after your original back problem.


The bones of your spine are separated by pads called discs. When you hurt your back, you can crack the outer layers of a disc, so the softer inner layers protrude through the cracks into the spinal canal. The softer inner layers of a disc normally are not exposed to the immune system. So the human immune system does not recognize it as self and attacks it in the same way that it attacks invading bacteria and viruses. The protruding inner portions of the disc then swell to press against nearby nerves to cause pain. This research implies that the immune reaction that attacks the protruding broken inner portion of the disc causes the disc to swell and press on nerves. The authors
feel that the pain is not caused primarily by broken pieces of a disc pressing on nerves so it is incorrect to use the common term "slipped disc".

If this is true, future treatment for disc disease would be to inhibit the lymphocytes that make interleukin-17. This would allow the treatment to reduce pain without blocking the body’s ability to prevent infections and tumors.  Either way, surgery for "disc disease of the back" has among the highest failure rates of any surgery today.

A Great Yogic Back Pain Stretch

Almost all cases of back pain are caused by muscle imbalances. The only effective method for relieving the pain that muscle imbalances cause is stretching the stiff muscles. In this article about back pain relief stretches you will find out about a very powerful yogic stretching exercise. This exercise is popularly named "the Kundalini Chiropractor" because of its ability to correct all types of back problems.

This exercises is thousands of years old and our ancestors used it to develop strong and flexible backs.

What is the exercise?
The exercise is called cat-cow because of its alternating poses which resembles the poses of a cat and a cow. This is a exercise that both stretches the stiff and strong muscles of the back and at the same time strengthen the weak and undeveloped back muscles. The best thing is that everybody can do it, no need to be a flexible Yogi.

How to do it?
Begin the exercise by standing on all four. Your palms are on the ground about shoulder width apart with the fingers pointing forward. Your knees are directly in line under your hips. Then inhale and tilt your head back and at the same time flex your spine downwards the floor. This is the cow posture. Then exhale and lower the head to the chest and at the same time flex the spine upwards, like a cat. The exercise is done in sync with the breath as it is deciding the tempo. Start doing it slowly and as you get warmer speed up the tempo. Begin practicing it for 3 minutes a day and increase the time as you get the hang of it.

This is a exercise that stretches and strengthens the entire back. It’s very powerful and don’t be surprised if your back pain is gone after you have tried it.

More back pain exercises and reliefs can be found at this url: http://www.myNaturalBackPainRelief.com.

What we do for Others; Comes back to Us

What we do for Others; Comes back to Us

Actions; Whether Passive or Active; Whether Thoughts; Intentions or Wishes

What we do for others; give to others, comes back to us



What goes around, comes around



What we give to this day; this day will give back to us



Either today, tomorrow or later;



But the day will give back to us at one time or another; for sure



And how it arrives;when it arrives; no one knows exactly?



In which form;shape; disguise; garb; attire; opportunity; instance; happening or occurrence it arrives, we might never come to know exactly



Hence, it has been always repeated time and again



To think well



To speak well


Perform Meaningful; Purposeful & Responsible Actions Always

To perform good actions always


Repeat Good Actions

Good actions that are always; Meaningful; Purposeful and Responsible always



Since what we do for others truly comes back to us always; God Bless


Universal Happiness

When the World is Happy, We are all Happy; In one another’s Happiness is our true Prosperity, Development and Greatest Happiness


What we do for others; comes back to us; As we sow; so shall we reap

Repeat Time & Again

Repeat time and again; this is very True


What we give others; comes back to us;


What we seek for others; eventually returns back to us;


What we wish for others; manifests itself in our lives;


What we think for others; is attracted back to us;


What we do for others; comes back to us;


What we imagine – visualize for others; comes back to us;


What we intend for others; others intend for us;


What regard we accord to others; others likewise extend back to us – reciprocate accordingly;


What we plan and develop for others; others plan and develop for us as well;


So On & So Forth – The above analogies could be sought to refer to various aspects – instances and all would apparently echo their opinion unanimously that we are indeed interconnected;


It is matter to think and reflect upon wisely that indeed this theory does prevail in one form or another; When the World is Happy, we are all Happy; In one another’s Happiness is our true Prosperity, Development and Greatest Happiness

Equation ; Manifestation

At one time or another; but apparently the equation is not complete since the aspects – the instances seek to manifest despite our best intentions to restrict or prevent any aspects – instances;

Appreciate & Inspire

We should seek to appreciate and inspire one another meaningfully; purposefully and responsibly always; whilst of course attending to our agendas; assignments; duties; objectives; duties and responsibilities always


May One and All be Appreciative; Grateful and Thankful


May Happiness be showered on One and All; May One and All be Healthy;


May One and All be Loved & Respected; May One and All have Well-being


May One and All realize that their Happiness is linked to others Happiness;


May One and All recognize that when the World is Happy, they are Happier;


May One and All discover the true meaning of Life is that Life is Precious


May One and All be Resourceful & Talented; May One and All Achieve and Excel;


May One and All be Considerate; Creative; Meaningful; Purposeful and Responsible;


May One and All Love Nature; The Environment & Humanity;


May One and All Respect One Another; May One and All Inspire One Another;


May One and All realize that they each have a very meaningful and special purpose in Life;


May One and All believe that they are the precious Gems of this Universe;


May One and All realize that Life is Beautiful; Precious, Meaningful and Purposeful;


May One and All be a Symbol of God’s Loving Love and Light; Radiating Joy for others;


May One and All be Blessed with Happiness, Prosperity and Progress

Universal Happiness

When the World is Happy, we are all Happy; In one another’s Happiness is our true Prosperity, Development and Greatest Happiness


Universal Appreciation; Happiness; Consideration; Compassion; Respect; Peace; Love; Cooperation; Inspiration; Gratitude; Economic Development, Stability; Prosperity & Progress

Love & Light;

God Bless,


©2009 Vashi Ram Chandi


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The Truth About Back Pain Revealed: Defense Posture = Less Gratitude?


The Truth About Back Pain Revealed. The blog that explains how to apply quantum principles to end back pain is back (after a true holiday)! If you want to follow the thread, please check out my previous blogs on this subject.
There is an intriguing relationship between the physical posturing, pain and tension patterns of one’s spine, one’s perception/consciousness and one’s behaviors in the world.
Would you attempt to pet a dog if its tail was tucked, its ears were back and its shoulders were scrunched up with hair bristling? Probably not. Why? Because the animal is obviously in a defensive posture.
Reaching out to pet that dog is a risk because a posture like that means that the animal is perceiving your approach as a threat. The dog’s behavior is being guided by it’s fight or flight instincts. Even if you’re trying to help it out of danger or feed it…you’re likely to get bit because the animal is operating from the most primitive part of its brain for behavioral instructions at that moment.
Our own spinal posturing, perceptions and behaviors share similar principles. When we get overwhelmed, injured or stressed we’re apt to shift into the fight or fight mode. Our shoulders droop, our chests sink in or protrude out, our necks and jaws jut forward, our tailbones tuck.
Along with these postural changes comes a reduction in the flow of blood and oxygen to the highest most evolved parts of our brains — the cerebral cortex and neocortex. These regions are associated with an ability to form meaning, put things in context, be aware of and observe our own actions, experience gratitude, feel compassion and all “higher” states of being.
Defensive Posture = Less Gratitude and Less Conscious Awareness? Yes.
And what about back pain? What does all of this have to do with ruptured discs, torn ligaments, strains and sprains and sciatica? We’re on our way there. Stay tuned.
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