> I realised I misused the word 'gurgling'.
> What I meant is a powerful stream of something
> coming out rapidly of my liver area shooting
> across my belly towards my intestine.
It sounds like you're a sensitive person
It is possible that,
if you take it more seriously,
and instead of thinking about
something else that is totally unrelated,
if you mentally concentrate on your
liver and gall bladder,
then your body will respond faster and better.
> I imagine that was the
> liver purging itself.
> I feel the same thing but
> slower usually while
> laying down still during
> the flush, and feel
> little marbles going down
> from my liver in the
> bottom middle of my rib cage.
The Clark Liver Flush includes many
small steps that she has never fully
explained. How about the part where
it says "lie down"?
If you start thinking about it,
who knows there may be advantages
if one remains in the upright
> Sometimes it is a slightly
> bigger object moving
> slowly from gallbladder
> towards small intestine.
> I can feel it slowly moving,
> feel the tension in
> there and feeling of tightness
> and can feel it
> under my fingers.
There might be benefits,
if we pay more attention
during the flush.
Maybe there are benefits,
if we mentally concentrate on the flush,
instead of allowing ourselves to think
about something totally unrelated.
> When I did my first flush 2
> months ago, it was the
> same thing, powerful jet stream,
> it almost felt as if
> somebody connected a vacuum
> cleaner to my intestine
> at the bottom of my stomach and
> kept on switching it
> on every 2 minutes and it kept
> on sucking all the gross
> stuff from under my bottom right
> rib. Very powerful
> suction sensation in the intestines
> following by jet
> stream from liver :)
It sounds like:
A) you're in full control of your flush.
B) you're able to do a better flush than many of us.
C) You've never ever abused your liver; and it has
always been been relatively clean.
> Basically last night the same
> thing started when I
> had the first sip of the
> mixture and stopped when
> I laid down.
If we mofified the Clark liver flush, and if
we remained in the upright position,
the gravity may help us more effectively.
Because, as long as we remain relatively
motionless for at least 30 minutes (in a
standing or sitting position) who knows
we may expel more stones.
> Will use more olive oil next time.
I'm planning to do the same.
The additional advantage of using more olive
oil is not only the larger number of stones,
but the larger calorie power on the day when
you need it most... the day after the flush.
> My most powerful flush was the
> first one ever, when I
> started sweating upon laying
> down, my hands and feet were
> suddenly freezing cold, and had
> those vacuum hoover
> sensations across my abdomen.
> They kept on going on every
> 30 seconds and if I breathe
> quietly trying to be
> super still
> they do not happen but when I
> take a big breath then the
> vacuum sensation starts!
Breathing is normal and natural.
Breathing can and should help,
if we really think about it.
This would be another part of the
Clark Liver Flush protocol that
we might want to re-evaluate and modify.
So far I've done some 20 flushes,
but none of the last ten
flushes have been able to
outperform the very first one.
I vaguely recall one occasion when
I was sweating and feeling cold,
but that was 15 years ago.
In the last few weeks I've been
experimenting with daily mini-flushes,
with lemon juice and egg yolks,
however there have been few stones; The Clark Flush was so much better;
I should go back to what works the best.
I will use a lot more olive oil
during my next flush, preceded
with 1 or 2 weeks of apple juice.