Multiple sclerosis diagnosis

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in February 2011, which put me in hospital for a full week as I was pumped with steroids to help get the left side of me working again. A few weeks earlier I had started suffering from balance problems, dizziness, numbness and a large lack of co-ordination with the left side of my body — similar to the effects of a stroke.

My partner thought I was just being silly, walking (stumbling) around looking like I was drunk. A short MRI scan later revealed lesions in my brain and I was quickly escalated to a hospital visit, where they took me through a number of tests until they finally diagnosed me with Multiple Sclerosis.

I gradually recovered and slowly built up my left-side co-ordination again. However, for many years, I continued to suffer from fatigue, especially during the summer months and whenever I was stressed or upset. It got so bad that even starting a disagreement with my partner would knock me out for the whole afternoon.

Forcing myself to get up and move felt like I had to lift a dead-weight (my body). One that seemed to have gotten much heavier, so much so, that even walking a few steps would result in haggard breaths as my body struggled to move.

Multiple sclerosis and coping with depression

Luckily, my partner had referred me over to Tony Robbins and his material about 6 months prior to me being diagnosed with MS. This was greatly beneficial for me as I had started a downward spiral a few months before that time and she recommended it as something that had helped pick her up before.

It was (in large part) thanks to the Tony Robbins material I had been listening to that I was able to keep a positive attitude throughout the MS diagnosis experience. Unfortunately, it was great when the positive attitude could be ‘there’, but it wasn’t always there. Like, for example: whenever I got into an argument with my partner or was stressed about finances.

I eventually hit my limit and didn’t want to be tired and passed out any more. It was then that I started testing MFM techniques on myself whenever I was passed out. The result was instantaneous and remarkable, by re-tuning my mental frequency and drawing upon energy I could quickly revitalize my body and walk around without a problem.

Curing fatigue and depression with MFM

We can use MFM (Mental Focused Mindfulness) to instantly cure any fatigue we are experiencing. Please note that the results will vary depending on the amount of energy you are able to draw upon and how long you can remain focused on the higher mental frequency range (MFR).

We call this Mental Focused Mindfulness, similar to what we do when meditating but we simply do it at a higher frequency — allowing us to keep our eyes open and do other tasks at the same time. We have a dedicated lesson shared as part of episode 4 of our podcast that covers how to do this.

The steps to draw energy into your body are:

Step 1 (Go Within)

Go within your mind and become the inner version of your self (please note: our mind is a higher frequency version of our body, not just part of our brain).

Step 2 (Step out)

Step back/out from that version and imagine yourself becoming a watcher of the inner version of yourself

Step 3 (Continuously repeat step 2)

Keep repeating step 2, pushing to higher mental frequency ranges, until you reach your limit.

Step 4 (Validate your experience)

Validate that you are actually moving up frequencies (think higher dimension/wavelength) and are not simply stuck in the same mental frequency range. View episode 4 for details of ‘competitive’ and ‘yes/no’ validations.

Step 5 (Push past your highest frequency)

You will eventually reach a frequency with a ‘soft’ barrier that prevents you going higher. This can be used as validation that you are at your highest frequency but as mentioned, is just a ‘soft’ barrier. Make a small hole in the barrier and push past to the next highest frequency until the energy gets to be too much.

Step 6 (Imagine drawing energy from within)

Pushing past to new highest level frequency ranges will already bring a surge of energy, but to draw more — imagine yourself drawing energy down from your highest frequency into your body (passing through every frequency on the way down, until it reaches MFR 0). To augment this, visualise a spiral stream of energy as small/tight as you can get — the smaller the better as this will transfer more energy (similar to swirling around a water bottle when emptying it to let water out faster).

As a bonus, because we are shifting to a higher frequency, we are also stepping out of our depression cycle which will counter the debilitating weakness/fatigue effects that the depression was causing.

Of course, you don’t need to have MS to be able to apply this and it can be used at any time — no matter what you are doing.

Next lessons

I was planning on covering Zero Self in this lesson but will do so in a future podcast episode. For now, I spend a good amount of time covering this aspect of our selves in episode 4 — so please check that one out to learn more.

We’ll cover depression and stress in further detail in the next few lessons and will swing back past Zero Self when we visit our lessons on discovering your passions.