I read your paper on the Corona at Corona (http://qdl.scs-inc.us/?top=4741-4752-5653-5660-6031-5237-6042) last week I think. And here's my comment.
It sounds like you're saying that positive ions are going both inward and outward from the corona, some entering the Sun from the corona and some speeding away from the corona toward the heliosphere. How can there be a steady supply of positive ions there that move both inward and outward? Do you still figure that CMEs send out positive ions from the Sun?
If positive ions are known to fall into the Sun, my guess is that they're heavy ions that are too heavy for the solar wind to lift.