Hay Fever - Can it be Reversed?


Hay fever is described in wikipedia as “…caused by pollens of any plants, it is called pollinosis, and, if specifically caused by grass pollens, it is known as hay fever. While symptoms resembling a cold or flu can be produced by an allergic reaction to pollen from plants and grasses, including those used to make hay, it does not cause a fever.”

Is sounds so harmless doesn’t it? And yet hay fever is a very chronic condition that impacts so many on this planet. It has always baffled me as to why we create an immune attack on our environment and in this case pollen in our bodies. As I have a few people in my family who suffer from hay fever, it was something that I have continued to explore with The Body Code in order to help them overcome their reactions. I believe it is possible to be relieved of these symptoms. I want to share what my explorations have revealed and the importance of the source of my inspiration.

Today, as I was taking a walk in the fields, I was pondering the question about how to approach the subconscious mind in a way that would allow the immune system to relax and realize that the body is not being attacked but instead can relax. Because how do we go from not having hay fever to developing it? There has to be a trigger. I had explored this in many ways with my clients who had hay fever. Today it was interesting that this line of inquiry brought up a question in a way that I had never asked the subconscious mind. It was extremely simple - as amazing things and life tend to be.

First, I would like to explain how the immune system works and how it gets triggered.

HPA axis, the hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal glands
When we are exposed to any thing in our environment, the hypothalamus picks up the information and relays it to the pituitary and  adrenal glands. If it is perceived as safe, the body’s immune system doesn’t react, but if it isn’t then the body charges forward with an immune attack, and this is what happens with hay fever.

So what is it that creates this response to pollen?
When we are experiencing events in our lives that have a heightened emotional response the stress in the body becomes elevated,and triggers the HPA axis to create more stress hormones. My belief is that if this response happens when pollen is around it can be associated by the body as part of the trigger. When the next season comes the body responds in the same way but without the emotional trigger being present, as that is now a memory in the body.

How is it possible to remind the body that it is safe and to break this association?
Not only was this what I had been pondering on my walk but for also for many days as I had seen my family members experience these symptoms. 

Here is what came to me:
 “Is the hypothalamus feeling safe?”. 
As I have said, I had looked at this from many angles but never from this perspective, and the subconscious mind is really a strange place, as you have to be specific with your questioning in order to access the information. 
I began to play with this question with my family, and it was interesting what came up to be released using The Body Code. The triggers happened around the time that they had developed hay fever, which wasn’t surprising, but what I want to share is the way to ask the questions so it can be measured:

"Is the hypothalamus feeling safe
If you get a NO, then ask what % is it feeling safe
Once that is identified work on why it isn’t feeling safe, clearing whatever comes up.

Now ask, "At what % is the hypothalamus feeling safe?"
I look forward to playing with this further, but I felt it important to share this information as there are so many people that do suffer from hay fever, and knowing that it may be possible to move out of this immune response to the environment can change lives drastically.

- Written By: Charan Surdhar
, Epigeneticist

Here is a video that explains the body code system:
Meditation is also a great way to soothe the nervous system, here is one called DNA Blessing Mediation:

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9 Comments to "Hay Fever - Can it be Reversed?"

  1. PhyllisAnn Mains

    June 24, 2014

    Charan, another amazing article!!! Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and experiences, putting them into words as only you can do so very well. Blessings~ so glad we are on the same 'team'... EC/BC! Phyllis Ann

  2. Tasia Carroll

    June 26, 2014

    I continue to be amazed at how the BC continues to be further advanced! Thank you for sharing your insights!

  3. Marisa Franco

    June 26, 2014

    Wonderful article!!! Thank you sooo much Charan!

  4. Inken Schwarz

    June 27, 2014

    This is a great idea to ask the hypothalamus. I just worked on a different issue with myself. Nothing to do with hay-fever, but a health problem due to a stressful event. It worked!
    Tank you for sharing your ideas, Charan.

    • Silvia Vila

      June 27, 2014

      Dear Inken,
      can you explain how do you use the idea of asking the hypothalamus due to a stressful event? Did I get it right, you used the same question for another issue?

  5. Suz Speirs

    June 27, 2014

    I've three clients that I can think of right off the bat. Thank you....I'll give it a try. Suz

  6. Beryl Perry

    June 27, 2014

    As a homeopath I usually find that hay fever is caused by an inherited weakness (miasm) from TB in past generations, so a prescription from Tuberculinum Bovinum or Tuberculinu Koch is helpful and will lessen symptoms in future episodes. These remedies should be prescribed by a fully qualified homeopath. I have recently treated a family of mother, father, son and dog. There is also a very helpful remedy MIxed Pollen.

    The Emotion Code was helpful in treating the dog who had become very slow and lethargic as if it was unhappy. I found that it held the emotion of fear and my intuition told me correctly that the dog was afraid and irritated by pigeons in an adjoining wood, in particular the noise of their flapping wings when close to it. The dog quickly recovered after one treatment and is now lively and energetic.

  7. Carol Ann Haimbaugh

    June 28, 2014

    This concept has so many possibilities - but becoming aware of it, through your sharing, automatically increases our tools. While reading it, I laughed at the "A-HA"
    at the moment of integration. Thank you again, for your continuing guidance.

  8. Gary Ruther

    July 5, 2014

    Thanks for sharing this valuable insight Charan!

    I have read that allergies are caused by traumatic events being linked to the allergen in the body. So if it's a psychological trapped emotion causing the allergy we can ask the body if there is a trapped emotion that is weakening the hypothalamus. It's worth a try.

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