In the past few months, I’ve tried to figure out how to cover my whole body while coiling for Lyme and spend less time doing so. At present, I coil in two sessions (sometimes on the same day, sometimes on two consecutive days) using the frequency 432Hz. The main change from my previous Lyme protocol is that I coil between my legs rather than the front and the back separately.
IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This is not how to start coiling. I’ve been coiling for Lyme for over a year. My herxes are mild. If you want a summary of how I started and built up to this program, read my earlier posts. 100 Days of Coiling, and One Year of Lyme Coiling.
Total 42 minutes
- Between my legs in 3 locations: thighs, knees, shins, 3 minutes per location
- Feet through coil, 3 minutes
- Buttocks over my sit-bones, 3 minutes
- Each ilium front, 3 minutes
- Each ilium back, 3 minutes
- Each hip/outer thigh, 3 minutes
- Sacrum, 3 minutes
- Lower abdomen including pubic bone, 3 minutes
- Upper abdomen including bottom ribs, 3 minutes
Total 40 minutes (using earplugs)
- Each side of my head, over my ears, 3 minutes
- Top of my head, 3 minutes
- Back of my head, 3 minutes
- Each shoulder front, 2 minutes
- Each shoulder blade, 2 minutes
- Upper back, 3 minutes
- Middle back, 3 minutes
- Sacrum, 5 minutes
- Chest, 3 minutes
- Each side of my ribcage + arms, 3 minutes
I’m trying to cover my body so I can get every cubic inch of flesh that might have borrelia bacteria in it. The coil is effective for about 6 inches, so I can get to all of my body using this configuration of coiling locations. I do extra time on my sacrum because I still think that that’s where there is a colony of borrelia. When I get symptoms that are specific to any body part, they usually are in my lower back or stem from my lower back and follow the nerves from there down my legs.
Meanwhile, I can stop coiling for about 10 days without getting symptom creep (when the symptoms slowly start appearing and getting worse without an obvious moment of onset). I assume that the Lyme infection is active, as in the bacteria are in an active, vulnerable-to-the-coil state, but the load is small enough that it doesn’t knock me out. I’m not getting much in the way of Lyme herxes, mostly Lyme-smelling urine a few days later. So it doesn’t cost me anything to coil every 5-7 days. I’m hoping to keep killing off the bacteria this way as the summer progresses.
I coiled the lower half of my body earlier today and plan to do my upper body before bed.