Cayce recommended regular exercise in the 1920’s until his death in 1945 as important to creating health.
At that time, people could not imagine the sedentary lifestyle we live today.
For invalids, Cayce said 20 minutes of massage was the equivalent of 10 minutes of exercise, so that even really sick people were given a path to improvement by Cayce.
None of this is shocking to us today.
The book Your Key To Good Health: Unlocking the Power of Your Lymphatic System by Elaine Hruska and the Cayce readings helped to explain to me why I personally should make the effort to walk daily.
Our cells take in nutrients and push out waste. The cells sit in that waste until it is removed. What removes the waste is the lymphatic system.
The lymphatic system has no heart to pump it or move the lymphatic fluid. Our bodies rely on muscle movements to move the lymph containing the cellular-waste products to the bloodstream and other eliminatory organs.
If you don’t move your lymph around, your cells sit in more and more of their own waste products like homeowners during a garbage strike in a huge city.
So the massage of an invalid moves the lymph around to help move cellular waste away from the cells, which is why it is helpful to the infirm.
I can say that as long as the exercise is not too taxing, it does build health as Cayce said so long ago—before the medical community researched the issue.
Cayce also states that if the exercise is over-taxing that it is detrimental to the body (at least temporarily).
Let’s celebrate by taking a moderate walk in the open air, which Cayce recommended as a very beneficial exercise.
Blessings to all of you!
About the Author:
Jamey Kaplan joined the Association For Research and Enlightenment and Search For God Group in 2009. She founded the Memphis Glad Helper’s Prayer Group in 2011. She became a member of Core Team for the Southeast Region in 2012. She is an avid lover of books and animals.