250. Treating Viruses, Finding Your Tribe, Brain Mapping, & Neuroplasticity

Luke Storey

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This is our last Q&A episode of 2019, but don’t worry — I have a ton more planned for 2020! I can’t believe the amount of support that you all have given me in 2019, and I don’t know if it’s possible for me to express the gratitude I feel in words. 

It’s still astonishing to I’m able to do what I love most — talking to some of the smartest people in the world — and that it’s having a positive impact on people all around the world. That’s so meaningful to me, and I have a lot of plans to give you even more of the good stuff in 2020.

If you want to ask a question for a future episode, come join The Life Stylist Podcast Facebook Group. You can watch the next episode live, ask questions to both me and the group, and as you’ll learn in this episode, build a tribe of like-minded biohackers in your community.

Margesella asks: How do you create a community in real life who biohack and do these things? [20:50]

  • I find events and meetups where like-minded people hang: yoga classes, meditation classes, sound baths, breathwork classes, etc.
  • I go to all the health seminars and meet people
  • I go on yoga and health retreats
  • I’ve recently fallen in love with plant medicine ceremonies 
  • I search for people on geotags at biohacking spots where you live, like cryotherapy spas, sauna spas, etc 
  • Reach out to people in our Facebook group to find locals

Lisa asks: What is the Brain mapping treatment you have done and has it helped? [31:40]

  • Lisa is probably referring to something called neurofeedback, which is clinically proven to treat PTSD, insomnia, trauma, anxiety, depression, ADD, and ADHD
  • I go to Peak Brain with Dr. Andrew Hill
  • I also recently had a SPECT brain scan at Dr. Daniel Amen's clinic in Orange County, and he found that my brain is not in great shape. The scan showed an overactive amygdala, an underachieving cerebellum, and a fairly sizable area of my left frontal lobe that is getting very little blood flow. The protocol I’m doing to fix it involves many of the following modalities, as well as buying my own hyperbaric oxygen chamber for myself for Christmas, and taking a lot more fish oil. I hear so many conflicting messages from the health gurus on fish oil that, frankly, I’m super confused. But based on Dr. Amen's recommendations and experience, I’m going to be taking a lot more of that, at least until I heal my brain.
  • Some of the other work I’m getting into is the Joe Dispenza books and meditations. You use breath and harmonizing your energy centers or chakras to change your brain. 
  • I’m also doing his week-long intensive in February in Indian Wells, CA, to do further work on my dome.
  • I use an app called Mind Movies to retrain my brain with the goals and dreams I want to manifest, per Joe Dispenza
  • I did something called PSYCH-K therapy, which rewires subconscious trauma, as does EMDR 
  • I’ve also been experimenting with micro-dosing LSD and psilocybin mushrooms and working on deep meditations those days. Ben Greenfield talked a lot about this on this week’s podcast, episode 250.
  • There is an incredible device called the Lucia Light that alters your brain chemistry and ability to access deep learning and creativity. I have an episode all about this light coming soon as well. 
  • I’ve also done DNRS to heal my amygdala and remove negative stimuli. I'll be taking Annie Hopper’s DNRS course in 2020, and I’m also doing the online version very soon. 
  • I’ve also been training my cerebellum using the Zing Performance software, as covered in episode 246.
  • The thing I'm most excited about is working with Dr. Lana Bach-Morrow, a Ph.D. neuroscientist that has developed a very powerful brain training software program called THINK Interfaces.
  • So there is a lot of work to be done on the brain. Not only your thinking, from a metaphysical standpoint, but also on the physical brain itself.

Sarah asks: I want to hear your thoughts on Epstein-Barr Virus. [54:20]

  • I admittedly don't know a lot about viruses, but I do know that they are quite rampant and need to be dealt with.
  • My first move would be getting very thorough blood work done, then work with a solid functional medicine doctor to begin to treat them.
  • Medical Medium celery protocol seems weird to me since commercial celery (even if organic) is grown with NPK fertilizers and poisonous irrigation water, in some cases, which are incredibly toxic and throw all of your minerals into chaos.
  • That said, the Medical Medium’s theory on Epstein-Barr being at the root of so many other co-infections makes a lot of sense, and his EBV protocol has apparently healed tons of people, as whacky as it seems to me.
  • Ozone: I would get a medical-grade ozone generator and do sessions many times per day rectally, vaginally, and in your ear canals. Ozone kills all viruses on contact.
  • You can also find a clinic that does 10-pass ozone treatments, which I was doing for a while. This can be expensive, but also insanely effective for viruses.
  • Study Frank Shallenberger’s work on ozone
  • Also, there are many frequency-based technologies that can be effective in getting rid of viruses. I use Ampcoil and Biocharger
  • On the supplement side, you can try Lauricidin, which is the brand name for Monolaurin, a derivative of the lauric found in coconut oil. It's great for your gut and is also a powerful antiviral. I take this all the time for gut and immune system support.

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