This is based on a recent videoconference. In which Nina himself shared fundamental information about natural cycles, and the enormous relevance for us to be in harmony with these cycles.
What is the oxidation and reduction cycle
Nuno Nina explains that all people live in a continuous cycle of oxidation and reduction. Where oxidation refers to gaining energy, and reduction has to do with losing energy.
So, to be alive and stay healthy, we must have balance in this cycle of oxidation and reduction. An illness or depression are examples of reduction, and to overcome them we need to oxidize, i.e. gain energy to reestablish the balance.
Oxidation consists in the loss of electrons and reduction in the gain of electrons. But to understand a little more in depth what these processes of oxidation and reduction consist of, Nina points out that we can analyze them from different points of view.
From the magnetic point of view, the more oxidized a person is, the more magnetic force he has, because his magnetic field is stronger. In contrast, at the maximum point of reduction the magnetic field is weaker and the person is more relaxed.
From the chemical point of view, at the maximum point of reduction ATP is generated, that is, Adenosin Triphosphate, a molecule that has three phosphate atoms with a great power of energy, and that we need to live.
When we expend energy, ATP molecules lose a phosphate atom and are transformed into ADP, Adenosine diphosphate, until they reach the maximum oxidation point. At this point it will be necessary to recharge again.
What happens when we are out of phase with natural cycles
The natural daily cycles of the sun and the moon have a great influence on our life and our body. They directly affect our own energy cycle and the way our body functions.
Ideally, the energy in our body should oscillate in an optimal range of oxidation reduction that goes from – 1 to 1. However, when our potential is divided, the magnitude of the wave will not reach the maximum levels.
By not reaching the optimal energy level, our body does not perform all of its functions. The kidneys and liver may not have enough energy to do their job, for example.
When we are in phase with the solar, daily and moon cycles, our energy is charged and discharged to the ideal values of 1 and -1, and then the person is healthy.
If, on the contrary, we are not in phase with one of the cycles, the energy level does not reach the optimal level. Then we may wake up in the morning fatigued, with no desire to do the activities that correspond to us.
Likewise if we are not in phase with two of these cycles. In which case the energy level drops even more, and the person may manifest serious problems.
By disconnecting with all the cycles we will be in absolute disharmony with the universe, and life would not be possible.
Healy works to restore harmony in the oxidation and reduction cycle. With the goal that we have optimal energy and health.
Nina comments that in the solar cycle we have four dates that are very special: two that represent the solstices and two that represent the equinoxes.
On the solstice of June 21 is the maximum point of oxidation, and on December 22 we find the maximum point of reduction.
While the equinoxes of March 2 and September 23 are intermediate points where the acid and alkaline states are reached respectively.
When we reach the alkaline state, is when we can begin to reduce, and when we reach the more acidic state is when we can begin to oxidize.
Recall that the equinoxes are days when the hours of day and night are equal. While the summer solstice is when the day has more hours than the night, and the winter solstice is when the night has more hours than the day.
Another important point to keep in mind is that the summer and winter solstices are different in the northern and southern hemispheres of the planet. When the winter solstice occurs in the north, the summer solstice occurs in the south and vice versa.
Healy also considers four other dates important. They represent the four seasons: May 11 (spring), August 10 (summer), February 10 (winter) and November 11 (autumn).
The eight dates are important because they are points of change. That is, they are those in which the Universe calls you to change, so they are ideal to begin to align our energy with the natural cycles.
About the lunar cycle, Nina points out that we have lost connection with it. Mainly because when we switched to the Gregorian calendar, we left out the moon cycle, ignoring the moon’s influence on the way we live.
However, it is necessary to reconnect with this cycle. For the moon has a great influence on the tides, and since human beings are composed of a large part of water, by analogy, we too are under the influence of the lunar phases.
- At the new moon, we start a new cycle, at this point our body is ready to begin an incredible journey. It is therefore advisable to support it with supplements or with the frequencies of the Pure program of the golden cycle.
- This in order to prepare the kidneys for the next phase, which is the ascending phase. A very dynamic phase, since the reduction is over, we have more energy to start new projects.
- At this time it is convenient to use the Gold Cycle Energy program to increase vitality. In this phase you are ready to do everything, because you have a great reserve of energy.
- At the full moon, it is the ideal time for full manifestation. For you have the energy to express your intentions. Since the journey has been demanding, it is advisable to support the liver with the Pure golden cycle program or supplements.
- In the waning phase, it is the end of the oxidation phase, where the body stops producing energy. Therefore, it is time to put the brakes on and prepare. In this phase it is normal to feel that the mood drops.
In the daily cycle we again find the cycle of oxidation and reduction. Where the maximum point of oxidation (Yang, according to traditional Chinese medicine) is at 12 noon, and the maximum point of reduction (Ying) is at 12 midnight.
According to Chinese medicine, organs are activated in a special way at certain times within the daily cycle:
Between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. we find the peak of the pericardium. This is believed to be the protective membrane of the heart. During this period it is advisable to engage in practices that help you relax, such as meditation or light reading. In addition, it is advisable to eat light meals during this time.
Between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m. it is the turn of the triple warmer, which refers to the organ system as a whole. It is believed that the greatest amount of heat is generated in this period and that we should be sleeping during this time.
From 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. we find the peak of the gallbladder. At this time sleep is very important because, if we do not sleep during this period, we can deplete the energy reserves of both the gallbladder and the liver, two organs that are closely related.
Between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. the liver is believed to cleanse the blood. The body prepares for chi to move out of the body again. It is important to give as little work as possible to the liver at this time, so that it can do its cleansing work. That is why it is best to eat the last meal of the day early and keep it light.
From 3 a.m. to 5 a.m. the lungs are at their peak of energy. According to Chinese medicine, these organs are the first to wake up. This is an ideal time to meditate, because the basis of meditation is slow, deep breathing.
Between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. is the peak of the large intestine. This is the best time to empty the bowels because it is working at optimum strength, if we go to the bathroom at that time frequently, it is an indication that we are in tune with the daily cycle.
Between 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. is the perfect time to eat because the stomach’s energy is at its peak. It is also the ideal time to go for a walk.
From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. it is believed that the spleen, which is connected to the stomach, is responsible for receiving food before processing it. So, if you have not eaten, the spleen cannot perform its functions properly and may suffer an energy collapse. In this period we have greater concentration, and it is ideal for work.
Between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. the energy of the heart is at its peak. Since the heart represents peace, it is essential not to undergo stress during this period. It is advisable to take a break, have lunch, relax and avoid intense exercise or staying in a very hot environment.
Between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. we have the small intestine. This phase is important because the digestion of lunch is taking place. So you should avoid heavy work, and it is the perfect time to take a short nap.
During the period between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. it is the turn of the bladder. This is the best time to do the most important or challenging tasks, such as studying and concentrating on work. It is important to be well nourished and hydrated.
Between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. it is believed that the kidneys are in charge of containing chi. The kidneys are connected to the bladder, and together they excrete waste materials. An extremely important process for electrolyte balance. In this period energy is reduced and fatigue sets in.
This is the way you should feel if you are in coherence with the daily cycle, and this information helps us to have a better control of what is happening in our body.
Why is it so important to respect our oxidation and reduction cycle?
It is important to be aware that when we reach the maximum point of reduction, the natural thing to do is to give it a chance to recharge again. Unfortunately, many people are not aware of this.
So, at this point they think that they can recover their energy in another way, without respecting the natural cycle. This can eventually lead the body to exceed its limits, and bring serious consequences such as the appearance of serious diseases such as cancer.
Application of the Natural Cycle
The application of the Natural Cycle program is very simple and is carried out through the blue dot app.
Healy knows the ideal dates for alignment with the natural cycles. But we must provide the location where we are. So that the software can calculate the exact day and time to start the application.
The program will take care of calculating the phase of the moon that will be in the indicated location, as well as the calculated date and time. Likewise, it will also determine which frequencies to apply according to the corresponding organ.
It is important to follow the instructions indicated by the application. It will indicate that we should drink a glass of water 30 minutes before the application, and another glass of water 15 minutes before the application.
Subsequently, we proceed to the application of the corresponding frequency program according to the parameters previously mentioned. Then drink another glass of water before applying the stabilization program.
It should be noted that drinking the indicated amount of water is very important, because it allows the body to better “understand” the frequencies. If we apply the frequencies to a body that is not hydrated, instead of benefiting, it will suffer stress.
It is also worth noting that the stabilization program is necessary because it allows to fix or anchor everything that has been done, that is to say, it acts as a kind of glue that helps to maintain the effects of the program.
Reconnect with the natural cycles with the help of Natural Cycle, so that you can begin to flow in harmony with everything around you, experiencing optimal energy, health and well-being.