Monday, July 27, 2015

Fertility (Are We Less Fertile?)

Q. This could be an interesting topic.  I read that the sperm potential on average is becoming much lower than before. Then I thought about the companies behind this: Pharma, Oil, Monsanto... What are your thoughts regarding this and the overall human reproductive system? 
A.  I see two paths presenting themselves to me representing two main reasons more developed countries are having more fertility challenges when compared to many years ago.  I get that the lesser developed countries don't have the same issues, and they reproduce at the same momentum (or very close to how) they have reproduced in past generations. 

The first path I see is very much related to all the things in our environment.  We are bombarded with electronic waves, chemtrails, fluoridated water, GMO food, immunizations, pharmaceuticals and preservatives in our food.  These things (that I previously listed) can create a toxic environment in our body that weakens us (physically, hormonally or emotionally) and can result in sexual challenges that can include healthy sperm.  Not every person exposed to those environmental factors has sexual challenges, but if some is weak due to another reason (illness or injury), sensitive to these elements, or has difficulty excreting the toxins, they can most definitely show signs of it effecting the body in the reproductive system.

The other path I see (labeled like a street sign) is age.  We as a society are waiting (on average) longer to have children.  From a biological standpoint, when girls begin having a regular menstrual cycle, they are the most fertile.  (This is referring to physical ability to conceive and not from the emotional effects of being a young mother).  Past generations (on average) starting having children when they were much younger (some great-great-grandparents were even in their teens).  I see each generation getting older and older when they begin. 

Q. Then I ask, What if the man and woman are healthy?  Why does the age really matter, especially for the man? 
A.  I get this is actually tied to the first path, as if the paths merge together in the end.  The longer a man and woman wait (or the older they are when they try), the more toxic environmental elements and outside stimuli there are built up inside their body.  This build up can have adverse effects on the man, and alter the health and quantity of his sperm. 

Q.  How do we detox or change this around? 
A.  Based on what I see, I get if you are having trouble conceiving, start with a detox.  Eat a healthy diet, stay away from preservatives.  Drink lots of filtered water.  Cut back on electronics (keep them out of your pants pockets).  And the last thing I get is to get ALL of the electronics out of your bedroom (that is where you spend a good amount of time so make it free of electronic waves to give your body a chance to purge and heal).  

And that is all I have for this reading.  Thank you.  Love and light-

17 comments:

A Man Called Da-da said...

Da-da needed to be less fertile several kids ago.

Certified Translation said...

I am very happy that Da-da is very fertile

michael smith said...

I fill the same way also. Lol

michael smith said...

I know any kids are a blessing but I heard twins are good luck or something. Is it truth to that and why, also is that the reason they will allow you to have more then 2 children in China if they are twins?

Bee E-lightened said...

Lol

Baku Matsumoto said...

Is there any recommended age limit for men to have children, in general???

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

@Dada: LOL. Kids are great. :-)

@Certified and Michael: LOL

@Michael: I do see it as luck. I hear the word "gemini." It feels rooted to that.

@Baku: In general...I get 22 to 25, BUT if you are healthy men can have children for a long time.

Alex said...

@Lynn

What is the maximum age limit for most men and most women to have children? Please give one for each sex.

Charlotte Bailey said...

Would a good orgone pyramid like the ones you sell be strong enough to negate the negative emf pollution? Like one pyramid for each nightstand?

AS said...

Question...teens were great, great grandparents? Did I understand that wrong, or did you mean great, great grandchildren are teens?

AS said...

Oh ok I think I got it, I reread the question, I think you meant OUR great great grandparents were in their teens when they had kids, ok that makes much more sense (smile).

A Man Called Da-da said...

You are all mad, MAD!

Sejanus said...

Don't forget sometimes you are not supposed to have kids. Its your own decision, either you are consciously aware of it or not.

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

@Alex: I first want to say I am not a doctor, and I am taking a psychic perspective (which is not the rule for everyone), but for women- ideal is 17 to 22 with a max of 43 and men- ideal is 23 to 27 with a max of 55.

@Charlotte: Yes, that would be hugely beneficial. Take the electronics out of the bedroom, incorporate some orgone, and you will also just overall feel better.

@AS: Yes, you figured it out. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear.

@Sejanus: Yes, it could be a part of a person's life path. That does happen. Then I hear that many great inventions would have never happened had the inventor had children. It was like the universe blocked them from kids in order to pursue something else.

Watchand Knock said...

Hi Lynn! There is an urban legend that women from the Baniwa Tribe who live in an area next to Colombia-Venezuela and Brazil borders have (had) knowledge of a contraceptive herb. I know it's sligthly off-topic but could you please find out if there is some truth to it? Thank you!

Psychic Focus (Lynn) said...

@watchand Knock: I get they do, and so have many other tribes. There is also (I get) and herb that can induce an abortion. There are many natural things out there, we have just forgotten how to find and trust them. :-)

:D said...

Same here!!!
What is your magic number?
Mine is SIX! 😉