The nature of structured water is an ongoing exploration. Since meeting Clayton Nolte, developer of the now re-branded PHOTONIC™ Water structuring device (the site is presently under construction), my appreciation of the significance of this subject and product has continued to grow. While there are many ways to structure water, from technological to spiritual, Clayton’s technological method unifies both worlds into one. Using no electricity, magnets, or any other outside force, they are catalysts for an inner transformation within each water molecule, as evidenced by a major increase in the presence of light, scientifically referred to as bio-photons.
In the same way that I wanted to do something to help the public to understand more about magnesium’s importance in the body’s health matrix which led to publishing Mark Sircus’ book, Transdermal Magnesium Therapy, and Jim Humble’s discovery of MMS which led to producing the documentary Understanding MMS: Conversations with Jim Humble, this is my way of helping wrap our mind around a subject that, in many respects, has remained beyond lay understanding, since all the water that we consume looks similar. The difference is in energetics, and the essence of energetics, is light.
My education in “structure aquanomics” really took off when I was invited to take a road trip with Clayton to Santa Fe, New Mexico in March 2009 to attend a workshop presented by Dr. Konstantin Korotkov (www.korotkov.org), developer of technology that is so new and revolutionary that it defined a new field of study; electro-photonics. Generally dubbed an electro-photonic imaging system, and technically referred to as a gas discharge visualization (GDV) system, I had the honor and privilege of interacting with some of the brightest minds in subtle energy research on the planet.
Dr. Korotkov has appeared in a number of documentaries, including Water: The Great Mystery, along with his friend Masaru Emoto. I highly recommend this movie.
So water is nothing to sneeze at. And yet, that might be one of the most charitable ways of describing our relationship to it, and the quality of the results that we get from it. Truth is, we’re getting far less value from our water than what we might, i.e., if we knew better. Knowing better. Not knowing it all, but knowing better than I knew. That’s the significance of this past year for me, and the ongoing relationship I’ve built with Clayton Nolte. There’s much more for all of us to learn, but it’s time that each of us turned on our own antenna, to gain the understanding that we’ve waited for others to get on our behalf. We don’t have to wait for someone to tell us what’s beneficial if we’re truly willing to know for ourselves, and are willing to hold new understandings and perspectives, and let go of those that no longer serve us.
At First, It Was ‘No Big Deal’
I wasn’t that impressed with Clayton’s water structuring “green machine” when he first described it to me. After all, it didn’t really do anything to the water like other devices we’ve grown accustomed to. It didn’t give you an entire range of pH levels, much less the higher alkaline settings that could accelerate one’s return to balance, and hence, to health… or so I thought. It wasn’t even electric for chrissake!
Clayton wasn’t phased by my underwhelm. He stated the device’s characteristics with neither embellishment nor apology. There was no attempt to justify or rationalize its shortcomings because no shortcomings were perceived. Indeed, on further research, it appears that our unquestioned reliance of forceful methods has made suboptimal, meaning unbalanced, the rule rather than the exception. In other words, the water that we generally rely on has shortcomings that contribute to our health problems. When the problems crop up, drug based treatment practices simply continue the downward spiral away from health, and into habitual pathology.
This process is not limited to personal consumption of water. It happens with water used in agricultural, commercial, and industrial applications. Where water sources are out of balance costs of production, manufacturing, or growth will always be higher. More water will also be used than necessary. Since most bureaucrats do not question their methods, much like the health care reform initiative that tries to get more people covered in a system that is failing the millions that are already in it, we’re in a perpetual state of reaction, whereas a proactive exploration into new areas could change everything.
We’ve grown so accustomed to imposing our will on Nature that we have little clue as to what Nature would normally give us naturally and abundantly, by design. Water is one of Nature’s most important gifts. It makes life as we know it, possible. But life isn’t necessarily health. Optimal, balanced, structured water makes health, as we all desire it, possible.
Structured water is health in liquid form, because it is optimized life in liquid form, now in season to deliver its gifts to us according to its Original Intention. The light, and therefore, the life in processed and treated water is greatly diminished energetically speaking, in part because it is out of balance. It will therefore produce a dimmer “biophotonic signature” than that of a structured water cluster. The cluster sizes are also smaller for structured water, and in this case, smaller cluster sizes and lower surface tension means easier cellular access and communication, and hence, more effective hydration.
Breaking Down Ionization
Before meeting Clayton I interviewed a man on my radio show who sells water ionizing systems. These devices sit on a counter top and connect to your tap, and by a process of electrolysis — feeding an electrical current into the water to “shock” oxygen ions loose — will give you water in a pH range of anywhere from 2.5 to 11. Water at a pH below 7 is not intended for human consumption, as they are thought to contribute to a generally acidic internal ecology. I was surprised to learn that many brands of bottled water are sold with pH values below 7. Even for the benefit that they might have delivered, they did not address the fact that our water intake is not limited to drinking. Showering or bathing in processed or treated water opens the body to all of the information that said water contains. The faint light that is generated via the structuring event clears the water of its prior bias or polarity. The biophotonic light release contains the full spectrum, which would include any counterbalancing frequencies that would discharge any information that is not part of life’s natural hydration design and protocol or script.
At one time, drinking high alkaline water sounded like a viable way to raise the overall pH of the body. This was especially important when I learned that the vast majority of chronic and acute disease pathologies are accompanied by an inner ecological imbalance that is biased to the side of acidity. Interesting that most allopathic treatment methods and protocols bias the body toward acidity, as they rely on blockers, inhibitors, suppressors, and synthetic chemicals, which have no instructional corollaries in the human DNA. In addition, the intention behind these products influences the cells’ interpretation. The body naturally will take what it needs of any informational signatures in the water, to sustain life, or the individual’s perception of what is possible and probable for that individual. In other words, we are very important influencing factors as to what works in the body (or not), and how it works (or not). This factor is rarely taken seriously, if ever, in most discussions about healing because we’re not yet clear on why we might create and maintain our diseases, and most people don’t even want to hear it.
Nonetheless, it doesn’t take people who truly want to restore their health long to learn that cancer cells, for example, thrive in acidic, meaning oxygen deficient, environments. The same applies to a myriad of other chronic pathologies, since an out of balanced state, to one degree or another, is common to all disease pathologies. The act of naming and categorizing these states has led to independent lines of research, each thought to be unrelated to others, all at profound expense to humanity, not only in dollars, but in lives.
An ionizing system can be an easy sale for someone choosing to get off the allopathic bus, on the justification that it’ll help raise the body’s pH, thereby helping the healing process. What they don’t tell you is that while the body’s overall pH should indeed be in the range of 7.2-7.4 for one to be considered in health and homeostasis, the gastrointestinal tract — where food is broken down and processed for nutrient extraction and deployment — is highly acidic by design. Dumping a steady stream of high pH water for an extended period of time into the GI tract could and would have a highly detrimental effect on one’s health because I can’t imagine anyone paying $900, $1,500, or $5,000 for a water ionizer system and not want to drink the highest octane possible. Plus, due to the use of electrification, ionization is a disruptive, not a cohering event, so the water produced in such systems is not structured.
I was at first underwhelmed when Clayton told me that his device restores optimal pH balance to the water. A person with a low pH that has a water ionizer can drink some 10 pH water. It seemed reasonable that balance would come sooner. That is, if you didn’t understand about the normally acidic nature of the GI tract. With Clayton’s structuring method, which uses flow forms oriented in a very specific way, the beauty of taking the middle road, the way of balance, became clear. Balanced water is alkaline enough to deliver a coherent, oxygen rich supply into the body, but not so alkaline as to undermine the acidic strength of the gastrointestinal tract.
Eventually, I started to understand why Clayton offered no apologies or excuses for making the water optimal for what the body actually needs for health. If your water is balanced, you don’t have to guess when it’s time to not take the high octane blend. Then too, all your $900, $1,500, or $5,000 for a water ionizer device would get you drinking water, which would need to be consumed fairly quickly. You’d still shower, bathe, cook, and wash your clothes with the same old chlorine, fluoride, and chemical rich water that your body was already coping with.
As it was with the spreading of information about Jim Humble’s discovery, MMS (the “miracle mineral supplement”), word is getting out about water in general, and structured water in particular. To appreciate what’s out there and the potential value, it really behooves us to look at all water, a task I’m not going to undertake here, but important insights await the inquisitive, open mind that chooses to walk this path.
Water: It’s Alive!
One of the fundamental perceptual changes that we need to make is to acknowledge that water is a living substance, not the inert “wet stuff” that we’ve dismissed as unimportant and treated it as. I know this may be hard for some, but I can assure you that life will be harder for those who do not accept water’s living, intelligent nature as truth, than for those who do. This is not because water will get pissed off or angry at us, but because we — meaning those who can’t get themselves to form a healthy relationship with water based on mutual respect — will have cut ourselves off from its most sublime gifts. And here’s a clue. If you are unwilling to establish a healthy relationship with water, you can’t establish one with anyone else, including yourself.
We can continue drinking water that has been forced to go through various “short cut” processes in order to “protect” us from harm, but what we’ve been getting is sicker, earlier in life, and therefore, for longer periods of time. Because we often continue to function day-to-day for quite some time in spite of chlorine and fluoride baths, which combine with countless chemicals that are in the processed foods that we eat and the simulated dairy products that we drink (“milk” as it is presently known, is definitely not milk), we believe that we’re putting our best nutritional foot forward. But this is not so.
Genetically modified (GMO) products look natural, taste natural, and even appear to act naturally when ingested. But they are not, cannot, and will not be metabolized by the body, because they do not contain the vibrational signatures — which take the form of specific frequencies of light — that are naturally read by, and responded to by our cells, protein, and enzyme populations, from our DNA. Time and distance from the moment of ingestion of these products provide great deniability for farmers and food processors, as well as hospitals and other health care institutions that are ambivalent to, or even “pro” GMO. They’ll look you in the eye and tell you that their way is the way, mainly because it’s the only way that the FDA, AMA, USDA, and regulatory agencies, in cooperation with lobbyists and detail representatives for the pharmaceutical industry, what us to play. However, when the evidence that our fall from nature has taken us away from health, and that our return to nature will usher health’s rebirth becomes so overwhelming to become self-evident, the administrators and bureaucrats of the old way will, with appropriate innocence, say that they didn’t know.
Water is fundamental, not only to health, but to life, and the quality thereof. Structured water is essential for health; its maintenance, or its restoration, because it is water in an optimal, balanced state. If a person has any chronic disease pathology, the water inside their body is either (a) inadequate, (be) unbalanced, or (c) some combination of the first two. It certainly is not in an optimal state. Structured water should be one of the first “prescriptions” suggested to an individual who is seeking to mitigate a chronic condition. I refuse to use the excuse that goes “but they don’t want you to get well.” It doesn’t matter what “they” want. What matters, is that you want.
One other thing that impressed me about Clayton, is that he makes it clear that we can structure water without his device. One needs only be in a joyful state. If we’re in chronic pain, fear, skepticism or doubt, we’re not likely living in joy. Yet, we could benefit from a device that structures water, for as water is cleared of memory, the molecular bonds to much that had been accumulated (often in the form of calcium deposits), is released. One man noticed that a dermatological condition called “skin tags,” that he had carried for many years, disappeared after drinking and showering in structured water for just two weeks.
So shifts of many kinds, in health and in consciousness are very real possibilities when we’re taking in structured water. If we truly wish to experience well-being once again, then the journey starts by improving one’s inner ecology, which won’t be done by mounting a “search and destroy” mission to “kill the bad guys,” and creating a battle zone in the process. It’s almost funny how long we’ve bought that “good guy/bad guy” strategy as a medical treatment principle. Yet, all parties in the war lose.
With the recent announcement that he has been diagnosed with throat cancer, George Karl, coach of the Denver Nuggets in the National Basketball Association, has stepped up to be the next high profile standard bearer for current cancer treatment orthodoxy. High profile people are a Godsend to the shapers of public perception, far more than those incessant ads that encourage you to take obscure drugs and ask your doctor if you’re healthy enough for sex. High profile cancer cases give the impression to millions of people that radiation and chemotherapy are the only viable ways to “combat” cancer, and that drugs are the only sane “combattants” in the battle to get well again. They actually foster the idea that a battle is necessary. It is not. Balance is. And medical treatment strategies that don’t have balance as the goal — as opposed to killing an “enemy” — will not restore the precious gift of health.
This is first-hand evidence that earning a high income is no guarantor of receiving the best, most informed, and most effective care. My heart reaches out to him, as people plan the radiation therapy that he will take, six times weekly. If his body had a radiation deficiency, or if he lived on chemotherapy, I’d be fully supportive of the outlined plan. But too many people around him still think that there is a place for chemical and radiation poisoning, and that a “fight” is required to abate his disease. Too many people still have a cultivated distrust in anything they find unfamiliar, that is, unless it was presented by their doctor, after being advised countless of times by a paid actor, to “ask your doctor.”
As important as light is to human existence, not simply well-being, only forty institutions are presently doing research in this shift causing area, according to the International Institute of Biophysics. Biophotons are very weak pulses of light, but their “weakness” should not be construed as the “wimpiness” variety. Their presence signifies the availability of a new order of life, and hence, power.
“We know today that man, essentially, is a being of light. And the modern science of photobiology … is presently proving this. In terms of healing the implications are immense. We now know, for example, that quanta of light can initiate, or arrest, cascade-like reactions in the cells, and that genetic cellular damage can be virtually repaired, within hours, by faint beams of light. We are still on the threshold of fully understanding the complex relationship between light and life, but we can now say emphatically, that the function of our entire metabolism is dependent on light.” — Dr. Fritz Albert Popp
It’s now time to make your heart your first and last counselor. This doesn’t mean to stop talking to your doctor if you believe you need one. It does mean that we must become conversant in true causes and consequences. It’s time to put balance back into our lives; to admire it when we see it, and to re-instate it where it’s missing.
In the video link, Roger Daggett describes some of his experiences with Clayton’s water structuring technology.
February 19, 2010 | Categories: 2012, Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Existence, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, magnesium, MMS, Morgellons, News and politics, Philosophy, Pornography, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, structured water, Tuberculosis | Tags: Biophotons, Clayton Nolte, GMO products, homeostasis, Hydration, structured water | 6 Comments »
The first time I learned about channeled information was in the early 1980′s, when I stumbled upon a book titled, Seth Speaks. Although Jane Roberts was the physical author, the originator of the ideas was a “non-physical entity” known as Seth.
The book came into my life at a very critical time, as I grappled with this idea called death, as the unknown and for me, feared, part of mortality. The mere thought of my death could make my heart palpitate. It loomed as the loneliest of doors to pass through, with virtually no sense of how the journey would transpire, nor what, if anything would await me on the other side, if there was indeed “an other side.”
Yet, I eventually experienced what I’d call an “intellectual death experience.” I surmised, incorrectly I might add, that my day of reckoning had come. My conclusion was influenced more so by the marijuana joint that I was smoking against my own conscience, than by any jeopardy that was actually present. Nonetheless, the thought of dying scared me to no end, enough for me to actively seek understanding.
Before discovering Seth Speaks, I revisited a book that I had about seven years earlier, Your Erroneous Zones, by Wayne Dyer. What was good for me the first time proved great for me the second time around. We are often unaware of just how profoundly our fears affect us, all with our tacit approval.
I gobbled up the Seth material like a cell absorbs and processes oxygen. Each stream of information providing me potent reason to release one fear or misconception after another. No one knows just how deep they are in dark, fearful doo doo, or on the other hand, just how high they can go into love’s light. However, from wherever we are right now, we can chart a direction. Choosing love will always take us on another course if fear has been our captain.
Many teachers, both in body and out, have followed since the Seth Material. All have contributed to a healthy respect that has evolved within me, not only for them, but for myself, as my mind continues to appreciate the oneness that defines all existence. This appreciation was in place the night I met Linda Deir and Ray Holley, an intuitive couple who have teamed their gifts to run the web site channeledreadings.com.
Dubbed, The Nostradamus of the News, they have evolved a novel use of their gifts, creating what is, in essence, an intuitive news service. I almost used the term psychic for “intuitive,” but the term has been stigmatized by a dimensionally challenged orthodoxy of linear thinking, that has trouble conceptualizing a timeless, formless reality where the terms “beginning,” and “end” have no meaning. We have even further difficulty wrapping our minds around the fact that we come from, and return to such a place, and that present within each of us is the power to access this great ocean of energy and information.
So the prospect of having Linda and Ray as guests on Talk For Food was an attractive one from the start. I wasn’t looking for anything profound, nor any prognostications. I simply wanted to talk to two people about how they discovered and then cultivated a gift, and how said gift is affecting life. I was pleased to receive a message for my Talk For Food audience and Thought For Food readers, received through a Ouija board-like instrument developed by Linda, called “Ask the Universal Channel.” You can watch it in action in the video:
You can listen to my conversation with Linda Deir and Ray Holley by visiting this link.
January 11, 2010 | Categories: 2012, Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Death, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Imagination, Meditation, mediumship, News and politics, oneness, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, radio, Random Thoughts, Spirituality | Tags: Belief, consciousness, divination, Education, mediumship, Nostradamus, Seth, Spirituality, Wayne Dyer | Leave A Comment »
For many reasons, some obvious and some not, 2010 marks an important step forward in the story that humanity is writing for and about itself. Increasingly, we are learning to permit ourselves the possibility that there may be some truth to the idea that we are sentient, intelligent beings possessing heretofore unimaginable powers of creation. So fully and consistently has the wool been pulled over our eyes (and consciousness), that we’ve bought the idea of powerlessness, difference, and inequity, hook, line, and sinker.
Yet, I believe we are waking up from the malaise; that is, a sleep so deep, that we are mostly in it even when we are awake. The sleep I speak of is the one wherein we walk a dream of our own creation, totally unaware that the dream is ours, and that we can change it according to our desire and will. Believing we are powerless, we don’t realize that the dream is unfolding as a perfect reflection of our state of mind and heart, a state we often deny and disown, or assign to others. We have made that dream our truth. And yet, there are some amongst us who, knowing the truth, and content with the status quo, will gently and “innocently” encourage us to remain captains of our own dark nightmares for their own perceived gain. The light of day dawns, for we will one day see that both our “loss” and their “gain,” are illusions, as are our powerlessness and their power.
While celebrity soothsayers predict dire events and calamities this year, and times to come leading up to and including 2012, the ride need not be traumatic. We always have options. We can be fearful, or we can choose love.
Choosing fearlessness when fear might appear to be the most logical or reasonable response, is the same as choosing love when most are calling for vengeance or retribution. Love is the great transformer of individual and collective lives, and realities. I’m not referring to selective, transitory love, but love that is as consistent as gravity, as reliable as the tide. There will sometimes be shifts and changes in how love presents itself, but it is always present, love makes the moment transformable always. Love doesn’t make magic possible. It allows us to see, feel, and experience the magical side of life, which is always ever-present. In fear, we are deaf, dumb, and blind to life’s natural, loving magic.
No matter what the challenge, I look forward to each and every day. Each presents an opportunity to love in the best way that I know how, beginning with my self. To admit to loving one’s self was, at one time, the height of selfishness. We had to love others in order to prove that we were loving, putting self last, if on the list at all. If you don’t love yourself, then what will anyone else resonate with? At best, they will resonate with your invisibility, to the extent that you don’t include yourself among recipients of your love.
When you fill your own cup with love, and keep filling, you can then give to others, and not be depleted yourself.
Each moment presents the opportunity to love even higher and deeper. To put our “hurts” away, taking the shield from around our hearts. Little did we know that erecting shields of fear, anger, and resentment around the heart imprisons our power, and keeps us where most say they don’t want to be; i.e., in pain, depression, poverty, feeling lonely, resentful, abused, and powerless. We use much more power maintaining this illusion, this untruth about ourselves, staying out of balance while believing that something or someone outside of ourselves is going to “save” us. The Saviour is within, and we will connect as soon as we love. That’s because the Saviour is love.
We have much to learn about ourselves. Yet, all we need to know, is to love ourselves, and each other, without condition, ulterior motivation, or strings. Some will say that’s easier said than done, but if you look at each time you feel less than loving toward some one, recognize that moment as an opportunity to heal your self. It’s a place to improve your health, to hurt just a little less. The first step is to forgive.
To forgive doesn’t mean to forget. True forgiveness means that we enter a kind, harmless, non-judgmental place with full knowledge, and in full remembrance of what the individual may have done. In so doing, we reclaim the power that we had given away, oftentimes to fear, wariness, or over protectiveness.
We are learning that there are many ways to heal; in essence, to maintain or return to a state of dynamic, perpetual balance called health. We are waking up from the idea that the pain life is to be expected and endured, and that injustice is the rule. We are cautiously stepping into the concept that our experience is our creation. Owning one’s own experience is the first step in changing it. Forgiving is the next step. Opening the heart and embracing and being love solidifies the foundation that these two steps must stand on.
Let it be.
January 5, 2010 | Categories: 2012, Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Equality, Existence, Fear, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Love, Meditation, oneness, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, Wisdom | Tags: 2012, empowerment, Healing, health, Love | 2 Comments »
I received one of those email broadcasts yesterday about Johns Hopkins finally issuing a statement on the real causes of, and ways to prevent cancer. Given what I’ve learned of late, I was pleased to see this. You may have received one. In my opinion, it’s very good information. But upon further investigation, according to Snopes.com and by Johns Hopkins itself, it’s apparently a hoax.
This is an interesting situation, when the information is sound, but is invalidated by the authority. Well, it’s not really invalidated. The alleged source denies the sourcing, and disavows the information contained therein, yet, on the whole, the information rings truer to me than that of the authority. See how you feel about this.
I’m going to publish the entire letter, and then comment at the end.
Here is the email:
AFTER YEARS OF TELLING PEOPLE CHEMOTHERAPY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TRY (‘TRY’, BEING THE KEY WORD) TO ELIMINATE CANCER, JOHNS HOPKINS IS FINALLY STARTING TO TELL YOU THERE IS AN ALTERNATIVE WAY.
Cancer Update from Johns Hopkins :
1. Every person has cancer cells in the body. These cancer cells do not show up in the standard tests until they have multiplied to a few billion. When doctors tell cancer patients that there are no more cancer cells in their bodies after treatment, it just means the tests are unable to detect the cancer cells because they have not reached the detectable size.
2. Cancer cells occur between 6 to more than 10 times in a person’s lifetime.
3 When the person’s immune system is strong the cancer cells will be destroyed and prevented from multiplying and forming tumors.
4. When a person has cancer it indicates the person has multiple nutritional deficiencies.. These could be due to genetic, environmental, food and lifestyle factors.
5. To overcome the multiple nutritional deficiencies, changing dietand including supplements will strengthen the immune system.
6. Chemotherapy involves poisoning the rapidly-growing cancer cells and also destroys rapidly-growing healthy cells in the bone marrow, gastrointestinal tract etc, and can cause organ damage, like liver, kidneys, heart, lungs etc.
7. Radiation while destroying cancer cells also burns, scars and damages healthy cells, tissues and organs.
8. Initial treatment with chemotherapy and radiation will often reduce tumor size. However prolonged use of chemotherapy and radiation do not result in more tumor destruction.
9. When the body has too much toxic burden from chemotherapy and radiation the immune system is either compromised or destroyed, hence the person can succumb to various kinds of infections and complications.
10. Chemotherapy and radiation can cause cancer cells to mutate and become resistant and difficult to destroy. Surgery can also cause cancer cells to spread to other sites.
11. An effective way to battle cancer is to starve the cancer cells by not feeding it with the foods it needs to multiply..
*CANCER CELLS FEED ON:
a. Sugar is a cancer-feeder. By cutting off sugar it cuts off one important food supply to the cancer cells. Sugar substitutes like NutraSweet, Equal, Spoonful, etc are made with Aspartame and it is harmful. A better natural substitute would be Manuka honey or molasses, but only in very small amounts. Table salt has a chemical added to make it white in color. Better alternative is Bragg’s aminos or sea salt.
b. Milk causes the body to produce mucus, especially in the gastro-intestinal tract. Cancer feeds on mucus. By cutting off milk and substituting with unsweetened soy milk, cancer cells are being starved.
c. Cancer cells thrive in an acid environment. A meat-based diet is acidic and it is best to eat fish, and a little chicken rather than beef or pork. Meat also contains livestock antibiotics, growth hormones and parasites, which are all harmful, especially to people with cancer.
d. A diet made of 80% fresh vegetables and juice, whole grains, seeds, nuts and a little fruits help put the body into an alkaline environment. About 20% can be from cooked food including beans. Fresh vegetable juices provide live enzymes that are easily absorbed and reach down to cellular levels within 15 minutes to nourish and enhance growth of healthy cells. To obtain live enzymes for building healthy cells try and drink fresh vegetable juice (most vegetables including bean sprouts) and eat some raw vegetables 2 or 3 times a day. Enzymes are destroyed at temperatures of 104 degrees F (40 degrees C).
e. Avoid coffee, tea, and chocolate, which have high caffeine. Green tea is a better alternative and has cancer fighting properties. Water – best to drink purified water, or filtered, to avoid known toxins and heavy metals in tap water. Distilled water is acidic, avoid it.
12. Meat protein is difficult to digest and requires a lot of digestive enzymes. Undigested meat remaining in the intestines becomes putrefied and leads to more toxic buildup.
13. Cancer cell walls have a tough protein covering. By refraining from or eating less meat it frees more enzymes to attack the protein walls of cancer cells and allows the body’s killer cells to destroy the cancer cells.
14. Some supplements build up the immune system (IP6, Floressence, Essiac, anti-oxidants, vitamins, minerals, EFAs etc.) to enable the bodies own killer cells to destroy cancer cells.. Other supplements like vitamin E and Apricot Kernels are known to cause apoptosis, or programmed cell death, the body’s normal method of disposing of damaged, unwanted, or unneeded cells.
15. Cancer is a disease of the mind, body, and spirit. A proactive and positive spirit will help the cancer warrior be a survivor. Anger, un-forgiveness and bitterness put the body into a stressful and acidic environment. Learn to have a loving and forgiving spirit. Learn to relax and enjoy life.
16. Cancer cells cannot thrive in an oxygenated environment. Exercising daily, and deep breathing help to get more oxygen down to the cellular level. Oxygen therapy is another means employed to destroy cancer cells.
1. No plastic containers in microwave.
2. No water bottles in freezer.
3. No plastic wrap in microwave.
Johns Hopkins has recently sent this out in its newsletters. This information is being circulated at Walter Reed Army Medical Center as well. Dioxin chemicals cause cancer, especially breast cancer. Dioxins are highly poisonous to the cells of our bodies. Don’t freeze your plastic bottles with water in them as this releases dioxins from the plastic. Recently, Dr. Edward Fujimoto, Wellness Program Manager at Cast le Hospital, was on a TV program to explain this health hazard. He talked about dioxins and how bad they are for us. He said that we should not be heating our food in the microwave using plastic containers. This especially applies to foods that contain fat. He said that the combination of fat, high heat, and plastics releases dioxin into the food and ultimately into the cells of the body. Instead, he recommends using glass, such as Corning Ware, Pyrex or ceramic containers for h eating food You get the same results, only without the dioxin. So such things as TV dinners, instant ramen and soups, etc., should be removed from the container and heated in something else. Pa per isn’t bad but you don’t know what is in the paper. It’s just safer to use tempered glass, Corning Ware, etc. He reminded us that a while ago some of the fast food restaurants moved away from the foam containers to paper.
The dioxin problem is one of the reasons.
Also, he pointed out that plastic wrap, such as Saran, is just as dangerous when placed over foods to be cooked in the microwave. As the food is nuked, the high heat causes poisonous toxins to actually melt out of the plastic wrap and drip into the food. Cover food with a paper towel instead.
————— END OF EMAIL
There you have it. Do you detect any gross inaccuracies to this information? Does anything shout out at you as being mis-stated? I’m not saying that it’s all iron-clad, because nothing is. What cancer cells feed on may be subject to some interpretation, but there are no harm causing approaches suggested. Whereas, chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery, are all rife with extreme harm potential.
Well, Johns Hopkins disavows any and everything presented above. They make specific reference to the email hoax, and flatly states that they have nothing to do with it, and don’t support anything contained therein.
I must note one flat out lie on their site:
Email hoax contention #3: A Strong Immune System Destroys Cancer
When it comes to cancer and the immune system, it is not a matter of strong or weak as the fictional report contends, but rather an issue of recognition. The immune system simply does not recognize cancer. In its complexity, the cancer cell has learned to disguise itself to the immune system as a normal cell. Infected cells send out danger signals setting the immune system in action. Cancer cells do not, explains Elizabeth Jaffee, co-director of cancer immunology and leading expert on cancer and the immune system. By deciphering the methods cancer cells use to make them invisible to the immune system, Jaffee and team have developed cancer vaccines that have successfully triggered immune reactions against prostate cancer, pancreatic cancer, leukemia, and multiple myeloma.
The contention that the immune system doesn’t recognize cancer is as big a fantasy as asking us to believe in Santa Claus. If the immune system doesn’t recognize cancer, then what do pain signals indicate? Are they not a call for our attention? The body is a whole system. There are no foreign invaders. There are no enemies of the state. Cancer cells are the outgrowth of a prolonged state of imbalance in the form of water insufficiency, nutrient deficiency, and over toxicity. Researchers need only address these three simple factors and see how the body responds. They are so enmeshed in their way of thinking that they have no appreciation for the wondrous vehicle we have been given, and its restorative powers.
Email hoax contentions #6, 7, 8, 9, and 10: Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy Harms Normal Cells. Surgery Causes Cancer to Spread
Chemotherapy and radiation therapy kills cancer cells with remarkable selectivity, says Nelson. There are some temporary and reversible side effects common to cancer therapies, including hair loss and low blood counts. Limiting and managing these side effects is an integral part of treatment.
Surgery is the first line of treatment for many types of cancer. It does not cause cancer to spread. Cancers spread to other tissues and organs as a tumor progresses and cancer cells break away from the original tumor and travel through the bloodstream to other body sites.
This is molecular thinking in the flesh.
Wayman Tisdale, the basketball player turned jazz guitarist who died in 2009 at age 44 from treatment of bone cancer, was listed as having acute esophagitis. This is an antiseptic way of saying that the chemotherapy – the acid – that he took orally burned his throat as it went down and was caustic to the point of death.
Furthermore, the two rounds of the chemotherapy that were given to him, are considered to have had NO effect beyond their ineffectiveness against the cancer itself. It is not considered that these caustic chemicals, which while useless against the tumor, had to be distributed and stored by the body in order to prolong his life. In other words, the two rounds of chemotherapy that didn’t kill him are not even looked at as contributory to (1) the eventual need for amputation, and (2) a third (and final) round of chemotherapy. Nowhere is ANY attention given to the ecological imbalance that each one of those rounds of chemotherapy caused, to an already energetically traumatized location in his body.
Nowhere is the energetics, or even the biological ecology that cancer tumors thrive in (that require some steps at mitigation), considered. In other words, they are thinking as though cancer cells are distinct entities that are differentiated from the rest of the tissue topography in the body. They are not. Cancer tumors are assumed not to be influenced by the ecological terrain of the body. They are very much influenced by these factors, as 1931 Nobel Laureate, Dr. Otto Warburg (1883-1970) demonstrated in his studies on pH and carcinogenesis.
If there is a disturbance in one’s energy field (non-molecular), which can happen when a blow or trauma is sustained, then an effect will manifest at the molecular level. Surgically removing the tumor has no healing effect on one’s energy field. In fact, it creates a greater trauma. Johns Hopkins statement that surgery doesn’t cause cancers to spread is erroneous at best. By that logic you’d expect pain to stop when a limb is amputated, but it doesn’t because we don’t feel in the molecular. We feel via the energetic. Since medically, we don’t acknowledge the energy field, there are no procedures that address it first in order to see what happens. After a limb is removed many people are surprised to discover that their pain hasn’t abated one bit. And yet, some very simple procedures are available that can quell the energetic disturbance, causing pain to end. So here’s the question: what might have happened if they had incorporated an energetic assessment and treatment first? How many limbs and lives might be saved? And how about health restored?
The implications of the current state are sobering. Yet, with a fresh look, they are exciting.
For Wayman Tisdale, Dr. Bjorn Nordenstrom’s electro-stimulation treatment might have been very effective here, effectively bringing white blood cells to the area to address a perceived greater threat than the tumor, meaning the probe itself, which would then be removed once the tumor has been eliminated. Yet again, the tumor is not the culprit. It’s the ecology of the area, plus the flow of energy, that must be attended to. Currently, modern medicine, as evidenced by Johns Hopkins’ take on the “Update” hoax, doesn’t see these factors as meaningful.
If energy (oxygen) flow is obstructed to a given area in the body, cell death will occur, which will attract microorganisms that do not require oxygen (anaerobic), to congregate. Their purpose is to stem the death, limiting it until balance is restored. How is balance restored? By restoring the flow of energy (oxygen) to the affected area. Various enzymes and minerals are also required in sufficient amounts, to conduct the electrical charge and to perform the actual reconstruct (also known as healing) of the body part in question.
Surgery may be the first line of treatment according to Johns Hopkins, but it does nothing to change the state of the tissue ecology. If pollution hasn’t been cleared up and mineral balance restored (helps electrical conductivity), then the environment is doing to remain conducive to carcinogenesis.
Email hoax contention #15: Cancer is a Disease of Mind, Body, and Spirit
Cancer is a disease caused by genetic alterations. Many times, these alterations occur through our own behaviors—cigarette smoking, a poor and unbalanced diet, virus exposures, and sunburns, says cancer prevention and control expert John Groopman.
How stress, faith, and other factors influence this is largely unknown. We would like people to be happy, loving, and stress free, simply because it is a nice way to live and can contribute to an overall feeling of well being, says Platz. There is no evidence, however, that a person prevents or causes cancer based on his or her state of mind.
Still, we understand that a cancer diagnosis can make patients and families feel stressed and anxious, and these are not pleasant feelings. So, we offer extensive patient and family services, including a cancer counseling center, pain and palliative care program, chaplain services and a meditation chapel, an image recovery center, and the Art of Healing art and music program.
Blame it on the genes! This is the same as saying we were born in sin. I am grateful to Dr. Bruce Lipton who disproved the notion that genes control biology. They do not. And by saying that how stress, faith, and other factors influence cancer is largely unknown, they cannot dismiss their influence. The problem is that they are content to not know the effects of belief, attitude and behavior, when that is where both the problems and solutions begin.
The cancer diagnosis is not what creates stress. It’s cancer treatment. It’s the big sell to take poison when every thread of innate common sense within us KNOWS that that’s not the best way to deal with it. I even bought the notion to cut it out when an ameloblastoma developed on my jaw over a decade ago.
A cancer diagnosis presents a wonderful opportunity for one to get acquainted with one’s self; to take stock of all attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors, along with life aspirations, assessing which ones are beneficial, and which ones no longer serve a beneficial purpose.
There are some people who are ready to transition out of this world, and that’s okay. We don’t presently offer them the respect of their choice. So we make it very difficult to leave under anything but high pain, or high drama (collisions and catastrophes) conditions. Perhaps there’s a deeper message here, but I found this example of current cancer treatment thinking worth a closer look.
December 25, 2009 | Categories: Alphabiotics, Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Death, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Tuberculosis | Tags: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Cancer, cancer treatment, chemotherapy, Healing, Johns Hopkins, Wayman Tisdale | 3 Comments »
In this gift giving and receiving season, thoughts of what constitutes the greatest of gifts comes to mind. For an individual racked in pain, limited in mobility, with the hope realizing the life of his or her dreams waning, simply being pain free and able to once again associate with the word “health” might be better than anything from one might get from Wal-Mart, Saks, or Macy’s.
After some years of research and many interviews, it has become very evident that cures to virtually any disease state are possible for anyone and everyone, when some fundamental changes are made.
- Choose to love and live
- Choose to forgive and remember
- Learn the importance of balance and then become it
A few words about balance.
Balance is the confluence of many factors, some of which are molecular, and some are not. The most fundamental aspects associated with balance are informational and energetic. Being invisible, they are easily overlooked, if not dismissed altogether. Yet, an appreciation for the fundamental importance of balance is critical to our health status because the more balanced we are — in body (molecular), mind (energy), and spirit (consciousness) — the healthier.
Balance facilitates and delivers coherence. While it is not the absence of highs or lows, balance could be referred to as the proclivity to stay in or near the “sweet spot” of the moment. Joyfulness, kindness, tolerance, and thoughtful attentiveness all have a balancing, relaxing, and hence, a cohering effect on one’s thoughts, and energies, with a resulting enhancing effect on the immune system. Peace of mind born of a clear conscience brings balance. Being true to one’s self, aligning action, word, and deed with intention, brings balance. The body produces life enhancing and sustaining chemistry when these traits become the rule rather than the exception.
Where there is coherence, there is electrical charge in abundant supply. It is non-destructively compressible due, as I imagine Dan Winter would say, to our being in a fractal state. Coherence is not only the ability to attract electrical charge, but to conduct it, to be a conduit for energy (life) that would naturally course through our body when we’re healthy, but would burn it up if we are not.
That is, in part, why chronically ill people have low energy. Being out of balance (and mis-aligned in one or more of the earlier noted factors), they are “high” in energetic stressers, “low” in harmonizers. They are also high in vibrational noise (excitotoxins, miasms, pathogens, etc.), and low in light (bio-photons), and therefore low in energy, and health. Such dynamics are rarely discussed or considered when one goes to their doctor that has been taught to look for a “bad guy” that is responsible for one’s disease, and kill it chemically or with toxic radiation.
It’s time we wake up from this very grim fairy tale.
In some of the long talks we had together, Jim Humble, who introduced the world to MMS, often commented about the many fantasies and outright lies we were taught to accept in childhood. Such practices set the stage for our current malaise in health, crime, relationships, our ability to attract money, mates, and virtually every aspect of the human experience. We’re encouraged to believe in the harmless concepts of Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, and the not so harmless concepts of “original sin” and to look for a Savior. In so doing we lose touch with the very powerful nature that resides within each of us.
We’ve been encouraged to believe that drugs can help “cure” diseases, and that diseases are even real. Neither is true. An unhealthy distrust in all things natural has also been cultivated, to the extent that patented genetically modified seeds (GMO) are actually predominant in some crops such as corn, in spite of the fact that it breaks every anti-trust law ever written.
We’ve bought, and are still buying some real stinkers, hook and line… or perhaps we were too distracted with our PlayStations, Blackberries, and iPhones, or our pain due to chronic sickness to notice or care.
The efforts to find “the cure” for cancer is certainly a big scam. There’s no nicer way to put it. It must be a scam if billions are being raised each year as though diseases such as cancer, heart disease, strokes, etc. are not understood. This is especially true when you understand that cures for various permutations of cancer were developed well over 100 years ago.
Many people are familiar with the story of Royal Raymond Rife and the microscope and frequency generator that he developed and cured cancer in California in the 1930′s. Some of the most prestigious doctors and institutions were connected to his effort before Morris Fishbien, head of the AMA decided to make Rife wish he hadn’t crossed him. A more recent, but possibly lesser known story is of Dr. Bjorn Nordenstrom MD (1919-2006). Author of Biologically Closed Electrical Circuits, Professor Emeritus of Radiology at Sweden’s esteemed Karolinska Institute, and former president of the Nobel Laureate Nominating Committee for Physiology and Medicine, Dr. Nordenstrom developed a way to bring white blood cells to a cancer tumor by use of a probe placed into the tumor and running an electrical current. Seeking to get to the probe, the white blood cells devoured the tumor as if it wasn’t there. But then, soon it wasn’t. His work was particularly effective in lung and breast cancer treatment.
An article about Dr. Nordenstrom’s procedure appeared in the April 1986 edition of Discovery Magazine. When he was invited to speak at the World Research Foundation (WRF) that year, Dr. Nordenstrom was interviewed by the television program 20/20. However, in spite of his success and his lofty position on the committee that actually chose Nobel laureates in medicine, it would be another two years before the story was broadcast. More importantly, when the story did air, his procedure was cast in doubt as perhaps too radical and was eventually dismissed among western medicine. However, it was embraced in China, and is widely used in that country today.
Success was not deemed good enough reason if convention (clinical trials) and orthodoxy (papers published) had not been observed and followed.
According to Steven Ross, director of the World Research Foundation (www.wrf.org), when Dr. Nordenstrom presented an autographed copy of his book in the “electricity” section of their library, he noticed a little black book next to his. It was titled, The Application of Electricity as a Therapeutic Agent. Glancing through the book, Dr. Nordenstrom noted that a medical doctor had used electricity to shrink a patient’s breast and lung cancer tumors. For all his brilliance, it was sobering to note that the publication date of this book was 1877.
You see, there are many ways to address and mitigate disease, and it has been going on for a long time. Being energetic and electric by our very nature, our health is being profoundly affected by chaotic (incoherent) energy (e.g., cell phones, microwaves, etc.), and yet there is no national acknowledgment or discussion among the medical community on how to use energy to mitigate these disturbances. Yet there are many ways to do so.
There is even less discussion on how each individual contributes to his or her own medical and physical condition — by way of attitude, thinking, and belief — and the power that each has to consciously initiate changes. We are led to believe that the answer can only come from a research center at a major university or lab, and that it must be expensive. All of these are lies… big lies.
The truth will set us free, and it begins with taking ownership of our “stuff,” individually and collectively.
The search for the pill or spray that will simply make all our troubles and pain go away (and make a profitable “killing” for the patent-holding company that introduces it) is most likely to fall short of its objective. Why? Because as living organisms, the ability to heal is an innate and inalienable part of the human state, as is the ability to gain and expand our awareness, otherwise known as learning. In other words, when we learn the factors and choices that went into the creation of the experience, we are presented with the means to change; our choices, and therefore, our experience. We don’t have to know “how” to heal. We simply have to learn what constitutes destructive versus constructive attitude, choices, and behaviors, and choose the latter course. The healing will happen in accordance with our dedication to embracing health once again.
There can be no “cure” for cancer, or any other chronic condition using artificial and synthetic methods because said solutions don’t place or return the body in the only state where cancer cannot exist or flourish; and that is, in balance, also referred to as homeostasis.Yes, we could believe strongly enough in a synthetic and be healed, but the actual healing would still be the result of the individual choosing to be well again.
There are many products and natural materials that can be availed that have a balancing effect by design. The importance of their being natural is that their informational signatures are written in human DNA, and are read by the cells, which know what to do when they are encountered. Magnesium, iodine, selenium and zinc are just four examples. Vitamin A and D are two more. There are no vibrational substitutes for these elements. They attract charge, energy, or life force, and they introduce natural vibrational harmonics or frequencies that various parts of the body will relate with and respond to.
Balance at the molecular level isn’t the only criteria for health. We are energetic beings with largely unseen electromagnetic fields. Molecular behavior is greatly influenced by the energetic field that surrounds each of us. The state of that field influences the function and/or dysfunction of our body. It also influences our perception, bringing creative clarity or repressive distortion.
Restoring balance will eliminate cancer, stroke, heart disease, arthritis, asthma, psoriasis, or any of the many other chronic conditions that billions and trillions are being spent on each year. But the solutions that most funded medical research is focused on, and are being run through clinical trials at the cost of millions each year to the “watch dog” agencies for certification, generally don’t take the body toward balance. They do even less for the mind and spirit. Major evidence of this truth is that the numbers of people entering into chronic conditions continues to rise, with onset occurring earlier than ever.
It was a pleasure to learn recently about a procedure that helps bring about a fundamental form of balance, simply and without medication. It is called Alphabiotics. Developed by Dr. Virgil Chrane, out of Dallas, TX, it is a series of movements that can be likened to rebooting the brain which, when placed constantly in a low grade stressed state, assumes a “fight or flight,”or “freeze or faint” position, wherein one hemisphere or the other is dominant. This condition not only affects perception, it affects physiology, beginning with the alignment of the spine. If the spine is not in alignment, information pathways to various parts of the body will be affected, as will energy. When energy flow is disrupted, then life is affected.
I had an opportunity to speak with Dr. Chrane for an episode of Talk For Food, which you can listen to in full by clicking here. But I recorded my opening monologue on camera, and thought you might enjoy this too.
December 25, 2009 | Categories: Alphabiotics, Alternative Medicines, autism, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Philosophy, Psoriasis, radio, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Video | Tags: Alphabiotics, Alternative Health, cancer treatment, consciousness, Education, energy medicine, Healing, health care, natural remedies, Spirituality, Talk for Food, Video | 1 Comment »
SOMEWHERE in WASHINGTON — I feel a bit like Jim Humble in not wanting to divulge my exact whereabouts, yet still wanting to share. I will say that I am in the state of Washington (not the District, which technically isn’t in the United States). Of course, being mum on a subject only increases curiosity, right? I’m doing so, not for any concern about my safety, but for the identity of the people that I’ll be meeting in person for the first time later today, relative to the subject matter, products that they produce, and information that they may share.
The subject and product is “M-State” or mono-atomic elements. In various forms, they are attributed with some amazing healing properties, and profound spiritual/perceptual openings in others. Our mission is to learn how it’s made, interviewing the producer on-camera, as well as showing the process. Much has been said about M-State (also referred to as ORMUS) product use, going back 3,000 years and more. I won’t wax profusely here about something I know so little about. I do want to learn to what extent these products can be of assistance, and under what circumstances.
Then my “investigative crew” and I will head to Salt Spring Island in British Columbia, to a workshop with Dan Winter titled, Sacred Geometry & Breakthru FRACTAL Science of Spirit. I’ve just recently been introduced to Winter, and this two-day gathering (December 12-13) just so happened to appear, in a perfect location and timing that couldn’t be passed up. Furthermore, when I called the organizers to see if it would be possible to interview the speaker for Talk For Food, I was given the opportunity to video record the entire presentation too!
If you haven’t seen or listened Dan Winter and are interested in not only the nature and process of transformation, but the experience, then you’ll want to be there too. Here’s a link to a flier. If you can’t attend, check out some of the many videos that are available online. Many are full-length (2-hours or more) and available on veoh.com. Otherwise, stay tuned here for updates, because yours truly will have one of the best seats “in da house!”
December 8, 2009 | Categories: 2012, Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, Imagination, MMS, oneness, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality | Tags: 2012, Alternative Health, Alternative Medicines, consciousness, Dan Winter, Fractals, Fractility, Healing, health care, M-State, ORMUS, Spirituality | 16 Comments »
Cynthia Williams was a reluctant medium, which was not hard to imagine when you realize that the catalyst for what was eventually to become her life’s work was the unusual attention she received from, of all things, a dolphin.
I met Cynthia Williams at a small conference that was held at Angel Valley, a beautiful retreat located just west of Sedona, Arizona. This is the same Angel Valley that, one week later, got caught in the headlights of public attention when three people died at the end of a sweat lodge vision quest experience that was promoted and led by motivational speaker, James Arthur Ray.
Cynthia was one of the “speakers,” in this case she made herself available as a channel for celestial beings who do not have physical forms, a concept that could quickly gain one a place in the lunatic fringe a few years ago, but command much wider acceptance today.
The energies that she channels include The Universal Heart of Oneness, Dr. James M. Peebles (who serves as her gatekeeper), and The Dolphin Pod of One, which she describes as 13 Dolphin Masters who serve humanity with great wisdom, and other guides.
On the day that she presented, an amazing talk was given by Archangel Michael. I’d say it was amazing if it were done by her, but questions were asked about which Cynthia herself would not be expected to be familiar with, yet each was handled with ease, grace, love, and profundity.
The snippet below is a small part, in response to questions about structured water. Needless to say, I had to share.
I will say here that this video was rejected by YouTube, Yahoo Video, MySpace, MetaCafe, DailyMotion, and BlipTV.
This small snippet doesn’t even begin to convey the depth of the wisdom shared that day, but I couldn’t pass up the reference, and the inference that a celestial contribution to structured water in general, and Clayton Nolte’s device for creating a structuring event on in-home tap water, in particular.
The next day I sat down with Cynthia as a guest on Talk For Food. You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the link.
Cynthia William’s web site is www.heardolphin.com.
To get the Utopic Water structuring device, click the link above.
December 4, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Existence, existentialism, Extra-terrestrials, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, radio, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, structured water, Water | Leave A Comment »
Agarthans, Humanity’s Mentors
I have had Sheldan Nidle as a guest on Talk For Food on several occasions. The first time was in April 2008, as one of the stops on my first seven-day “road trip” to Northern California.
At the time hadn’t realized that I had actually read one of his early books, You Are Becoming a Galactic Human. He’s written and produced other books and videos since, and publishes regular updates to email subscribers (www.paoweb.com). I found the subject matter so compelling at the time, and his command of the information so sincere, that after finishing our interview, I asked if he had the energy to do another!
Fortunately, he did. It was quite a gesture that he and his partner, Colleen Marshall, welcomed me into their home on the strength of a couple phone calls, but that’s what happened. And as we witness the passage of time, ending 2009 and the beginning of 2010, many of the concepts that Sheldan speaks so passionately on, are becoming headlines.
This video is part of just one hour of a workship that panned 1.5 days held in Montgomery, Alabama, titled, “Making Galactic Sense Out of Chaos.”
I have produced five or six Talk For Food programs from this workshop, but due to the production effort involved, this is the first video that I’ve released thus far.
However, the visual experience provides its own information that sometimes doesn’t come through via audio alone.
I hope you find it useful.
November 28, 2009 | Categories: 2012, Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Existence, existentialism, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Love, Meditation, News and politics, oneness, Peace, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Social Documentary, Spirituality, Truth, UFOs, Uncategorized, Video, webofbelief, Wisdom | Tags: 2012, Alternative Health, Ascension, Belief, documentary, Education, energy medicine, God, Healing, Spirituality, Talk for Food, Video | Leave A Comment »
In many ways, energy medicine can be a more effective way to address a wide variety of ills than current methods of medical treatment. While all molecular treatments are energy — for example, pharmaceutical drugs — all that is energy is not molecular. Energy includes both the molecular and non-molecular, the particle and the wave. Every human condition, of health as well as disease, is energetic and can be viewed in that light. However, applying molecular solutions to situations that exist due to non-molecular energetic factors, only amplifies our molecular problems.
We are beginning to learn that not only can we read the energetics of a given condition, we can also use this knowledge and, with available technology, help people change the condition themselves. When an actual change in consciousness has occurred, it too can be measured, as it shows up in one’s energetic readings, and is both observable and measurable.
The time to wean ourselves from considering only molecular solutions to situations that are beyond molecular energy’s range is clearly past due.
At the Enhancement Institute in Houston, Texas, energetic awareness is the rule, rather than the exception. Several “energy-conscious” diagnostic and “conditioning” systems are used to help clients, both adults and children, who wish to affect meaningful changes in relationship and behavior patterns. An example of a behavior that has been turned into a treatable disease pathology is “attention deficit disorder” (ADD) and ADD with hyperactivity (ADHD). Methylphenidate, marketed under the brand name of Ritalin, has become the “go to” drug prescribed by clinical psychiatrists on behalf of exasperated teachers and guidance counselors.
Never mind that these children routinely exist on sugar highs, aspartame lows, and the effects of dehydration and nutritional deficiencies, combined with untold numbers of chemicals, artificial preservatives, not to mention electro-pollution. Their body chemistry already out of balance, the doctors simply give them a “sedative” for the “condition,” further dimming their energetic light.
It was a pleasure to visit a place that does things differently. And yet, in some ways, the Enhancement Institute was a stranger in its own home. Practicing “alternative” methods that don’t go by “The Book” is not for the feint of heart. But when you want to truly help people and “The Book” needs an update, what do you do? If you truly care, you place results over orthodoxy. You give your preference to higher understandings even if they obsolete the traditional. That’s what Nancy White, PhD, director of the Enhancement Institute, has done.
On very short notice, Dr. White adjusted her schedule opened her facility, setting up an impromptu video studio in the Energy Enhancement room, which houses an Energy Enhancement System (www.eesystem.com) that produces scalar (5th dimensional) waves. The podcasts that follow are the two Talk For Food shows that resulted from this visit.
Show #: 070
Title: The Enhancement Institute Leads Path into ‘Energy Conscious’ Therapies
Using Neurofeedback, Quantitative EEG, and other non-pharmaceutical modalities, the Enhancement Institute is helping individuals with such conditions as ADD, ADHD, depression and more, to heal themselves. To learn more, Adam travels to Houston, Texas to meet Dr. Nancy White, Ph.D., Clinical Director and recognized leader in the field of Neurotherapy. He also speaks with Karen White, who explains some of the remarkable results obtained using Alpha-Theta therapy. This is the first part of two shows from the Enhancement Institute, which was also videotaped.
Title: Ego Sequestering and Scalar Wave Therapies at the Enhancement Institute
This is a continuation interviews from the Enhancement Institute in Houston, Texas. Adam continues his discussion with Karen White on Alpha Theta therapy, where the ego is temporarily set aside to allow a client to see with higher insight. Then he discusses the nuts and bolts of the Energy Enhancement System, a technology that, if you didn’t understand the principles that it works under, would appear to create miraculous results, with Leonard Richards.
Enhancement Institute Web Site: www.enhancementinstitute.com
November 15, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Blogroll, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, energy medicine, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, News and politics, radio, Random Thoughts, Spirituality | Tags: Alternative Health, consciousness, Education, energy medicine, Healing, modern medicine, natural remedies, Talk for Food, webcasting | 1 Comment »
In the same way that, on surface appearances, it’s hard to tell the difference between a sunrise and sunset, we are at the threshold of a great awakening, or a greater sleep. What is your view? There is increasing evidence that homo sapiens, also known as humans, are very powerful beings, able to cure themselves of diseases and other life challenges, and help others to be well once again. At the same time, more and more people are sicker, anxious, and more desperate than ever. There many who are convinced that they are at risk, and that someone(s) far greater or more powerful are really pulling the strings and running the show.
If you listen to mass media, and to what the people who bring you these messages think is true, then you may indeed be at risk, because there is far more power in suggestion than most people realize, especially when we are led to think that our thoughts and words have little or no power, but someone else’s does. It doesn’t matter who that “someone else” is to dis-empower you, just that you don’t think you have any power to bring about meaningful change.
One interesting thing to note is that people who have ushered in meaningful changes to humanity knew that the power was within them, irrespective of what anyone may have told them to the contrary.
As long as we think that our thoughts and words have little or no power, powerlessness will be our predominant perceived experience. In truth, a great deal of power is being used — unwittingly and unconsciously — to create our experience when we could as easily and far more joyfully know the converse. One key way to change this pattern is to become less quick to get serious about what we observe and think, and permit ourselves to have fun, be joyful, share life’s pleasures with each other, both simple and profound.
We use virtually everything in the book to justify being serious, to get offended, and ill-at-ease with the moment. We are “on alert” to the slightest “sin” that we, (or someone else) may be “guilty” of, or that others may judge us for. We “bitch and moan” about this injustice and that, this “dangerous” group and that (even though we’ve had no personal experience with them). This pattern of behavior darkens our perspective on life, because it encourages us to stay in a perpetual “Amber Alert” mode of thinking.
If we’re seeing calamity and danger around every corner, and looking at innocent people — neighbors and strangers too — as criminals in hiding, then our mind is over active but the heart is closed. We are in a state of other-induced, but self-maintained powerlessness. An active mind with a closed heart is a recipe for lonely, dangerous and joyless experiences.
Energy follows our attention. Said energy organizes itself according to our take on what we see and feel. We are feeling beings. We can feel with a closed heart, or with an open one. If our heart is closed, fear will be our partner in the feeling. If the heart is open, then courage is, passion is, love is, strength is, conscious power is. We become paradigm shifters. In fear, we simply perpetuate an unsatisfactory status quo.
Healing ourselves is a matter of opening our heart and choosing to love in spite of all the reasons we’ve given ourselves to “protect” it or ration it out conditionally. In so doing, we simply limit the Bounty that Life would naturally return to us. We question why God has forsaken us, when we have closed off our greatest power. No matter what tonic we search for to heal, it begins through, and with the heart.
Healing is not simply a matter of body; it is more so a matter of emotion, mind, and spirit. This is something that pharmaceuticals have no effect on. It is a realm in which you rule. That is, unless you think that you don’t.
When true healing happens, everything changes. We often consider the state of the body to determine whether we’re healthy or not, popular or not, worthy or not, or whether life is “treating us well.” We also look at our bank accounts for largely the same form of validation. However, the Great Validator lives within, and is always present and ready to work on our behalf. Some would refer to this Force as God. Some refer to It by other names, including the Higher Self. We are always one with this Presence.
Our presence in this world is the soul corroborating evidence that a God or Higher Self empowers us, endowing us with free will, which includes the freedom to transcend our challenges, or be victims thereof. However, we rarely think, much less feel Oneness with that Great Power, much less know what that means. Oftentimes, we think we’re alone… in our thoughts, in our drama, in our pain, or in our misery, not knowing that it is we who have permitted, created, or allowed it, or that we possess the power to transform it.
Yet, if, when, and as we come to that place of acceptance of our Creatorhood and Oneness with the God Power that is within us, masquerading as it were, as each of us the hurdles that we placed before us — whether they are physical, financial, relationship, or otherwise — will give us wonderful, confirming feedback as they fall away, one by one. It is great validation that you are indeed a changed being, when you become a Being of conscious, powerful, and wonderful change.
Where you stand on this subject sets the tone for the experiences that unfold for you. In the worst of times for the masses there will be those who prosper, as there will be those who suffer in the best of times. The challenge is getting the masses to understand how its reality is created by the preponderance of thinking and believing. The key point to consider is that the process happens one mind and heart at a time, beginning with one’s self.
I can’t simply change mass consciousness, but I can change my own. On the other hand, if I change my consciousness, I change my being. My vibrational signature changes, in therefore, my reality. And in so doing, I influence the mass consciousness. As the resonance increases, the mass consciousness will eventually change.
August 14, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Imagination, Love, oneness, Peace, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Social Documentary, Spirituality, Wisdom | 5 Comments »
I can’t say that I fully appreciate the impact of blogging in general, or my blog in particular, but I do understand that it is part of a shift in behavior patterns (such as the shift away from radio and television over the airwaves to the internet) that is currently in progress. However, I consider it significant when a blogging peer recognizes, acknowledges and even covers my work, as happened recently when Jan Turner, who publishes Smoking Choices (and Other Musings), paid a visit to this site and wrote a great article about some of what she found here titled, “Panaceas“.
Jan left a very nice note telling me about her post on my “About this blog.” page, writing:
You reference making our own “structured water,” is there a hint about where to discover how to do that? I would welcome your response.
The actual answer may be too simple for some, but here goes.
Water is a living substance. It is alive. I know it may be redundant to run those sentences one after the other, but it’s a point that can’t be pondered enough. Since water is alive, it is also intelligent. It is not only capable of responding intelligently and appropriately to stimuli, that is water’s actual function and purpose. Water is a carrier of information, a conduit that delivers signals or frequencies from one locale to another. As such, it is subject to the widest range and varieties of states known to man. In fact, water exists in states that are unknown, or shall I say, unacknowledged.
However, my specific point about the states of water refer to energy, for all information is energy, and all energy represents a very specific quantum of light. Water, therefore, is light. As we are made of water, then we are also beings of light (bio-photons). Water (light) is responsive to our states, and the energy that we emanate in any given moment, which in turn, is affected by the attitudes that we choose. Said attitudes determine whether we will have a structuring or de-structuring (hence, destructive) effect on water.
In the most basic sense, being kind, compassionate, joyful, loving, hopeful, optimistic, confident, and forgiving will have a structuring effect on water. Physiologically speaking, these states also have an alkalizing effect on our body chemistry. Said alkalizing effect is also a healing effect. Finally, it has a structuring effect on water, both inside the body, and outside.
Being angry, resentful, envious, jealous, ashamed, fearful, etc., acidifies the body, which in effect, brings imbalance and accelerates the onset of various diseases. This mood-set will also have a de-structuring effect on water, both inside the body and outside.
So the simple answer is to structure water, choose the first mood-set. This includes water that you’re about to drink, shower or bathe in. If you are joyful, you will structure the water, through the property of entrainment. Structuring the water will add life-force energy (light) to it. De-structuring water will take such energy (light) away. You can never been without energy, but you can be with little energy, relative to your potential. Our predominant emotional state is a great influencer of such matters.
Our predominant emotional state (let’s call it the PES) is more powerful and important a factor in our health or ill-health, than anything else. And when we are sick it is the key to recovery. Given how sick many people are, this truth hasn’t been self-evident. The key again, however, is seeing ourselves differently.
Jane probably figured I’d give a simple answer, and so did I, but it makes it delivers the insights that allow us to know the difference between going through the motions, and actually getting something done. We are powerful beings who, in general, don’t know that we are, and sometimes don’t even believe it.
We wonder why God allows us to be sick, or makes us sick, not knowing that we are expressions of God, and what we give ourselves, as in disease, we can also take away. Indeed, it will be us that takes away our dis-ease, when we decide we’re ready to be well, believe it’s possible, and allow it to happen. When this becomes our PES, or predominant emotional state, we will have a structuring effect on water.
To add even greater power to water before drinking or cooking:
- Be joyful and grateful for the Gift that you are receiving (the Gift is life, light, and love — all the same thing — which is Diving power)
- Holding your hands in front of you, palms facing each other, imagine a ball of light, life, and love forming between them. It is energy of the Highest Order.
- Next, bring your hands — with the imagined ball of light yet suspended in the spatial field between them — on either side of the water vessel.
The living water inside the cup, glass, container or pot, will respond as surely as the water in Dr. Masaru Emoto’s petry dishes formed beautiful hexagonal crystals when the thoughts love and gratitude were sent them. They will respond this way in resonance to you. Then, when you drink it, it will nourish you again. If you cook with it, it’ll nourish those who consume it. In a way of speaking it is the profound lack of love in our practices of food preparation and animal raising that has contributed to the Dark Age that we are emerging from.
Until you are able to believe in yourself enough to become a structuring force in your reality, you can purchase a bio-photon structuring device that will get the job done. Listen to my Talk For Food interviews with Clayton Nolte on how they work:
- Understanding Structured Water as Fundamental to Health
- Hydration, Balance, and the Consciousness of Structured Water
- More Structured Water Insights and ‘W’ Fun with Rising Stars — Guest interviewer and naturpathic doctor, Betty Sue O’Brian interviews Clayton on the nature of structured water.
While all water is alive, not all water is happy, and therefore high in life force energy. The structuring device will deliver happy water to every cell of your body, facilitating health, or its restoration.
Here’s to both, and best wishes to Jan Turner.
July 18, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, autism, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, Fear, God Stuff, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, Imagination, Love, oneness, Philosophy, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, Water | Tags: Alternative Health, cancer treatment, detox, Education, Existence, Healing, Love, natural remedies, structured water | 3 Comments »
Here are the rest of the excerpts from the conversation I had earlier this year (2009) with Sheldan Nidle. If you’re interested in purchasing this entire conversation on DVD, feel free to contact me.
Visualizing Our World After ‘First Contact’
If you’d like to attend Sheldan’s upcoming workshop July 18-19 in Montgomery, AL, reserve your space by following this link.
July 10, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Death, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Equality, Existence, existentialism, Extra-terrestrials, Fear, God Stuff, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Imagination, oneness, Peace, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Spirituality, Truth, UFOs, Video | Tags: Alternative Health, consciousness, Existence, Healing, Love, radio, Spirituality, Talk for Food, Video | 2 Comments »
Show #041 — Mark MacAfee
We’re a generation that has grown accustomed to warnings and cautions about drinking milk and dairy products, with good reason. However, what we didn’t know was that the milk we were being warned about, is an imposter, and that raw, unpasteurized milk, can throw anyone in ill-health a much needed natural lifeline to recovery.
Adam welcomes Mark McAfee, founder of Organic Pastures Dairy Company in Fresno, California, who gives us the real story about real milk.
Raw Milk Revealed: A Conversation with Mark MacAfee
Organic Pasture’s Web site is: www.organicpastures.com
July 7, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Equality, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Love, oneness, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, radio, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Swine Flu, Truth, Tuberculosis, Water, Wisdom | Tags: Alternative Health, Education, natural remedies, radio, Talk for Food | 3 Comments »
On the surface, the upcoming Sheldan Nidle (www.paoweb.com) workshop in Montgomery Alabama (July 18-19) would appear to be a study in contrasts. With a theme of “Making Galactic Sense Out of Chaos,” he comes to a place that has, for more than a generation, been attempting to create a community of cultural co-existence out of what had historically been a racial battleground.
Great social strides have been made in Alabama and the Deep South. And not a moment too soon, since we appear to be on the verge of even more dramatic changes, which appear to already be happening even now. If Nidle’s vision of tomorrow comes to pass, the subject of “diversity” will take on far different meaning than it does today, with cultural interactions and exchanges that involve individuals from cultures and societies that are literally light years away. Talk about Foreign Exchange students!
Before there can be ‘First Contact’ in any appreciable form, a whole lot of healing needs to happen in the human family. Embracing the concept of equality and making it one’s own is an important part of healing. People who once thought themselves to be superior are not lowered by seeing life and fellow human beings through equal eyes. In fact, they are exalted. Superiority was a delusion in the first place, and all that was created from that mind set was an abomination.
Inferiority is the passive corollary to superiority, and equally destructive. Whether we see others as inferior or ourselves, by whatever faulty logic, a fundamental wound to the spirit is revealed that, once touched by love, portends great change to all dimensions and aspects of our lives.
While some may once have been loathe to admit it, equality as a social practice benefits everyone. It’s not something that can be enforced by legislation, but it can be embraced and demonstrated through our day-to-day interactions. The more we see ourselves as walking among equals, the easier our First Contact transition will be, for we will be among equals at that time too.
The following is another piece of my conversation with Sheldan Nidle.
July 7, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Death, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Equality, Existence, existentialism, Extra-terrestrials, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Imagination, Love, Meditation, oneness, Peace, Race & Nation, Space, Spirituality, Truth, UFOs, Video, Wisdom | Leave A Comment »
To anyone who has become familiar with my point of view, it is no news flash when I declar that all is energy. This is neither “me” nor “my” opinion, it’s a simple fact. Some opinions are true because they are true. Some opinions are “true” because the persons expousing them think they’re true. That is, until greater truths become demonstrable.
It is quite possible to think that all is not energy too, and that would be an opinion and belief that is untrue. It takes energy to believe anything and everything, because even thoughts, even the ones that we don’t give energy to, are energy. They have their own characteristics and proclivities. However, they have no power in this world and reality that we live in, that is, unless we give it to them. Power is simply energy amplified.
We are amplifiers of energy. In fact, human beings are the energy amplifiers of this world. We do so by way of how we use our imagination, where we direct our attention, and the love (passion), or fear that we associate with each idea. We imagine persons, places, and things, and they become real, first in our mind, and eventually, in space and time.
Remember the Dick Tracy comic book character, and how the 2-way wrist radio that he used seemed far fetched, and believable only in a fictional story? Well today, we’ve not only matched, but surpassed, or at least, have conceptualized virtually every form of space-age technology that Chester Gould, Dick Tracy’s creator, introduced.
We’ve not been sitting still, nor are we ever. But it can seem that way. War, or the threat of war, is still a reality in many parts of the world, but so its peace. Consciousness has certainly not been sitting still. Our world is changing as we are, individually and collectively. We are at the threshhold of a new understanding of energy, and our connection to all.
These ideas were not present in my mind when I sat down to write this entry, but I’m glad they showed up when they did. They serve as a fitting introduction to why I did sit down to write, which was, to announce my interview with Konstantin Korotkov, a physicist from St. Petersberg, Russia, whom I met recently in Taos, and then Santa Fe, New Mexico when he was here as a presenter at the 2009 edition of the Conference on Science and Consciousness.
It was a rare occasion for me (becoming less so, but rare nonetheless) to have such quality time with Konstantin, as well as Krishna Madappa, of the Institute for Science, Spirituality, and Sustainability, and a prime supporter of, and spokeman for the GDV technology in the United States.
“GDV”, which stands for “Gas Discharge Visualization,” is the term given to a system and technology developed by Dr. Korotkov, for which he holds several international patents. The importance of the device is that it (1) measures subtle energy, and (2) generates data about the energy measured that makes findings reproducable and independent of purely conjectural interpretation. In other words, the GDV opens the doorway to the scientific study and understanding of subtle energy. I’m going to tell you right now that as this is done ever more fully, our world will change be the same. I mean this in a good way.
I had the pleasure of meeting and spending much more than a sound byte’s amount of time with Dr. Korotkov, and it was great to explore his mind, share what’s in mind, and let it all come out through our hearts. We had this experience after his presentation on the University of New Mexico’s campus in Taos, at Krishna’s home.
This was a shared experience along with Krishna, and Clayton Nolte, developer of the bio-photon water structuring device that can be installed on a house or commercial water line. Clayton has begun using the GDV to test (and verify) the effect of structuring on the life-force energy in the water that flows through his water structuring unit. The results are amazing, and another subject we’ll cover in time, but that is why we came together.
Dr. Korotkov has done extensive research on the energetic properties of water, by way of the new levels of energetic sensitivity offered by the GDV, which he refers to in broad terms as an “electro-photonic imaging” (EPI) system. The common desire to better understand, quantify, and then report the properties of water in general, and structured water in particular, brought us together. This too is one of the things that will bring about a significant change in the way we do things… for the better.
Over the following weekend we attended Dr. Korotkov’s two-day GDV workshop, which I had the honor of videotaping, and am preparing for public availability. The following Tuesday, before he left Santa Fe to return to St. Petersberg, I interviewed Konstantin for my Talk For Food radio show.
For the next 30 weeks or so you can listen to the entire interview by following this link. If the link is broken, please drop me a line.
With Clayton manning my camera, the interview was also captured for visual consumption. Given the bandwidth and file size disparities of video, I’ve prepared the clip below of the first 10 minutes.
Our world is changing, with many fearing the worse. However, what I’m feeling on the horizon is not reason for fear. It’s reason for joy and great anticipation. We create our futures through the predominant state in which we live the present. Those who live each moment in fear of the next, simply energize that experience for themselves. Fortunately, it doesn’t take 51% of the population to be in joy to counteract the effects of the fearful. More like 1%. That’s divine balance. That’s how much power is available to each of us energetically, all for the choice to embrace it.
Technology like the GDV are coming along to help even scientific disbelievers the truth. You don’t really need the GDV to know that joy and love are greater experiential and energetic positions than fear. But for those who are so into their left brain to think that joy and love are not meaningful, think again.
May 30, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, autism, Belief, Blogroll, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, Imagination, Love, oneness, Peace, Philosophy, Philosophy & Religion, radio, Random Thoughts, Social Documentary, Spirituality, Truth, Uncategorized, Video, Water | Tags: Alternative Medicines, consciousness, Healing, Hydration, Love, media, modern medicine, natural remedies, oneness, radio, Talk for Food, Video, Water | 4 Comments »
Pasadena, CA — News stories reporting the outbreak and spread of swine flu in Mexico and the U.S. are breaking out like, well, a virus. The public is being “warned” and put “on alert” about what some feel may become a pandemic. The literal meaning of “pandemic,” from its original Greek, is all people. However, the alarm is more significant for what it overlooks and omits.
The news reports leave you knowing little about whether you have the swine flu, but believing that you may have it enough to take the only solution that they guide you to, an antiviral drug called Fluzone®.
The contagion associated with influenza, no matter what it’s called, is due to two things: (1) an already compromised immune system by some people, and (2) sufficient belief by others who may, but most likely will not have the same thing.
Yet, if they believe it enough to take the drug, then their chances of getting the real thing is actually increased, in large part because of their gross receptivity to the idea of having swine flu.
With a population of almost 110 million people, 100 deaths due to flu-like symptoms are most likely happening all the time. Why is it that this situation different? Why is it deemed appropriate to but a neighboring country (the U.S.) on alert?
Then, they don’t tell you other methods of addressing the condition. A body that is in balance, or homeostasis, will not be affected by flu, swine or otherwise. They don’t let the people they’ve alarmed know this. They don’t give us information on how to restore balance. Yet, Fluzone will not restore balance. Indeed, many of the side-effects of Fluzone are… well, flu like. Fluzone takes a body that is out of balance further out of balance. The only way to get back into balance by going further out, is via death.
April 26, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, autism, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, Education, Existence, Fear, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, News and politics, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Tuberculosis, Water | Leave A Comment »
While I have written two of the greatest books rarely to be read (I Am My Body, NOT! is one), the following quotation is as relevant today as it was when I first wrote it over 12 years ago.
The People of the United States are creativity and innovation standard setters of the world because freedoms of speech and trade have been the institutional underpinnings of our nation. The “system” works for all who choose to use it. Yet, we are faced with challenges, because while some people do exploit or abuse the system, the larger problem is that not enough people use it at all, except as “consumers.” While we are all consumers to some degree, we need to become producers in order to truly be freed. — from A Freed Man: An Emancipation Proclamation by Adam Abraham
Consumerism is not a bad thing, but it is oftentimes inherently passive. In matters where personal trust, reliance, and action is critical, “the consumer” waits for someone else to act, to come up with the solution for our problems or challenges. Consumers look to “experts” to take the risks, shoulder the responsibility of they take, ostensibly on our behalf, and also to reap the rewards (or the blame) for their apparent success or failure. Consumers do this without realizing the tremendous power that they are not only failing to use on their own behalf, but are giving to others who, by their actions, are not necessarily looking out for them.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is a great example of an organization thought to have great power, actually conferred by the People of the United States, but is being used to protect the financial interests of pharmaceutical manufacturers more so than the health of the People. They are not alone, and I’m not suggesting that this is intentional. They may believe that they are looking out for our interests. However, many of their policies promote practices that build drug dependencies that continue to have adverse on human health. Look at a typical oncologist’s tool box, and the success rate for cancer, versus the results of natural treatment approaches, to see what I mean.
The problem with consumerism is when we think that it’s all that we are, and that we don’t possess what it takes to produce the results that we seek. On the other hand, we’ve got to ask ourselves whether the strategy is working to our satisfaction, for if not, the creative and innovative producer must emerge from within.
Americans are standard setters only to the extent that the freedoms alluded to above, outlined in the Constitution, and elucidated in the Bill of Rights, are maintained. While we’re deployed in various spots around the world under the guise of “protecting freedom,” they are being siphoned away from within, and from our own. This is nothing new, but in the times that are currently before us, a reminder is more than timely. It is necessary.
No country on earth has demonstrated as much per capita productivity, wealth, and as high a standard of living as the United States, given the degree of its diversity.
American consumerism has evolved into its own self-obsession. We seldom have faith in our ability to stand tall on the strength and efficacy of our own intelligent vision, and instead, cling desperately to any ship that hasn’t sunk, even when its demise is inevitable.
Like the financial system that sustains it, the health care system’s demise is inevitable, simply because it has long been out of integrity with its own stated goals. If health is the goal of health care, then it should be the effect of interacting with it. Too often, this is no longer the case. For millions who have developed chronic life conditions, interacting with the health care industry and its predominant treatment modalities, has become a slow and painful fleecing of finances and life itself; a denial and insult to our true nature and potential.
I find it ironic that the American Dream is on life support among Americans and we’re still trying to treat it with, figuratively speaking, what amounts to radiation and chemotherapy.
Throwing dollars of decreasing value at a problem is very “old school,” and gets us more of what we say we don’t want. It happened with the War on Poverty and the War on Cancer. It’s happening with the War on Terror. The president has demonstrated wisdom not to declare “war” on uninsured health insurance coverage, but his strategy for addressing it is the same.
Truly addressing our health care concerns would mean providing support for, and giving preference to, methods and modalities that produce the intended results, especially when such approaches exist and are available.
Traditional allopathic medical practices that “attack” the invaders that have come to proliferate in the human body, are not producing the results that patients want. They don’t even ensure the economic viability of the system. Cost inflammation is just as rampant as inflammation, and balance is the solution for both.
You could say that president Obama’s initiative to get the 46 million uninsured Americans health care coverage is a “stimulus” for the health care industry. $634 billion over 10 years hasn’t yet become insignificant as the value of the U.S. dollar continues to plummet. It would mean new billings, new prescriptions, new tests, and procedures, all “paid for” by dollars created from thin air by the Federal Reserve (that would have to be repaid), and by the health that never gets adequately restored, as the health care system’s track record clearly shows.
So it’s not really a stretch to say Washington is trying to treat the American Dream with radiation and chemotherapy, because these two poisons are still considered legitimate “go to” options by the medical profession, even when death — more often of the patient, and not the disease — is the result. For too long, that has been an acceptable tradeoff, but no longer.
News commentators report that unemployment rates of 8 and 9 percent, and cast a heart numbing pall of despair into the airwaves. I see that same information and note a 91 or 92 percent rate of employment. Same information, but very different feeling when you look at it. Even in the state of Michigan, the employment rate is over 90%. This speaks well for the strength of the economy in spite of the challenges that the American people face. And for those that are unemployed? This time signals a time of opportunity, to take a fresh look at what you’ve done with your life, and what experiences you want to produce from here on out. This take on the current situation rarely comes from the talking heads. Yet, if it were presented this way, more people might not feel like things are going to hell in a hand basket.
It would also help to let people know that each is a producer, already. Some are active, but most are not. We produce ideas, thoughts, dreams, and beliefs. We use energy to bring life to these immeasurable underpinnings of reality, then we place ourselves within them.
If we’re seeing life as stressful, rife with difficulty, then that is how things will play out for us. Yet, we will be producing the stress, as well as the “drama” that surrounds it.
Presently, relatively few people have embraced the idea that we create our reality. Yet, this concept is at the fundamental core and center of quantum mechanics, which presents that reality literally forms and organizes itself according to the observer. In other words, the particles that we recognize as constituting our reality, organize and behave according to our sense of possibility (or impossibility).
This notion is supported by the groundbreaking work of Dr. Bruce Lipton, author of The Biology of Belief (you can listen to my interview with him by visiting his site and click the Talk For Food link). It appears that, whether we believe it or not, we are creating our reality. It also appears that reality forms and emerges according where we focus our attention, and how we interpret what we see (not knowing that what we see is our creation).
It is also evident that after getting over the initial shock that we have created our own mess (and even “the mess” is an interpretation and judgment), not “they,” we can actually have some fun creating life anew, but with awareness and intention.
Many Americans have succumb to “glass is half empty” syndrome. They focus on lack, often gently and “innocently” led there by advertisements and news stories that hint of ever-present vulnerability, and by toxins and chemicals that block and distort our sense of connection to each other, to the planet, and to our Source. Nonetheless, we remain connected to all of the above, and remain creators of our realities.
The question now before us is whether we’ll continue to blindly consume, and fearfully struggle for scarce resources, our expand our awareness, forgive ourselves and those we thought were our nemeses, and begin producing a new reality from a bountiful place of power that rests within the heart of each of us?
April 10, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Barack Obama, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, consciousness, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Iodine, Love, News and politics, oneness, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, radio, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, War on terror, Water, Wisdom | 2 Comments »
Since I started my radio show, Talk for Food, I’ve met many extraordinary people, whom we’ve recognized as kindred, and friends. We’re all extraordinary, and when I say “we,” I’m not referring to “me and my friends,” but all of humanity. You are extraordinary, as well as that man or woman down the street, or that group you think is a threat to your safety. They are extraordinary too. Yet, as extraordinary as we all are, it seems we’ve lost sight of the fundamental keys to health. Just about everything we’ve come to embrace and hold dear just makes us sicker, and when we go to the doctor, the medicines that he or she prescribes takes us further down the rabbit hole of disease, and oftentimes, out of the game of life altogether.
Extraordinary people are enduring extraordinary dis-ease for entirely too long, especially when effective methods to neutralize or nullify the causative factors are available. That these methods are not widely known and embraced is itself remarkable. We’ve become so familiar with synthetic, chemical, and pharmaceutical based walls we’ve created around ourselves, oblivious to the fact that they separate us from materials that naturally resonate with, maintain, and restore health. So familiar have the synthetic and toxic substances become, that we’ve come to think that the pathologies that they engender define our nature, and what we should expect from ourselves, and out of life itself. When we think that way, so shall it be.
Most people don’t see themselves as being particularly extraordinary, or important. Jim Humble, developer of the “miracle mineral solution” (MMS) protocol, resonates with many for the humility that he has maintained even while calling to the world’s attention a safe, simple, and economic chemical compound that can neutralize the millions of pathogens and toxins that we habitually, unwittingly consume and allow to accumulate inside the body. This process happens so slowly and insidiously that, like frogs in water that is now beginning to boil, we don’t see the link between this systematic poisoning process and the disease pathologies that we experience.
Modern medical science is not telling of this connection, nor is it asking itself why its practices are so ineffective. Instead, the public gets barraged with advertisements and press releases about “hopeful” new drugs. What they are not told is that said drugs also use “old school” methods, relying on synthetic, toxic chemicals as their foundation.
In the ultimate example of rationalization, we are encouraged to think that disease and physical dysfunctions that occur as we grow older, are simply the inevitable result of aging. They are not. However, this form of rationalizing preempts the greater and more meaningful questions from ever being formed.
A reasonable question would be, “Why have we strayed so far away from our understanding and appreciation of our own physiological makeup, including how health is sustained and restored by natural means?” Furthermore, why are we being inundated with synthetic, toxic substances, by so many organizations and industries that we trust? This includes, but is not limited to:
- food processors and growers (e.g., pesticides, irradiation, GMO),
- cattle growers (e.g., rBST, grain feeding),
- government agencies (e.g., vaccines that contain thimerosal (mercury), Gardasil (now they want to inject boys)
- health care providers — a list of thousands of pharmaceuticals ostensibly designed to “fight” disease, but in fact, exacerbate it.
- water treatment companies — that treat water with chlorine and fluoride
We know the answer is money, greed, power, etc., but those are not sufficient reasons to justify a continuation of the status quo. Doing so simply means more of what we’ve already come to expect.
Not only are toxicity levels already too high, and still on the rise, but within its list of treatment options, conventional medicine offers precious few methods for reducing toxicity levels within the body, and none are inexpensive.
Even though anyone who is demonstrating the symptomology of a chronic disease can be considered out of chemical balance, or not in homeostasis, and will mostly likely show evidence of dehydration, standard treatment practices do not include basic balancing regimens, as they would be nutritionally focused. Why is nutrition and medical health considered separate, with the exception of the FDA wanting to control any discussion of “cures” of disease pathologies to the realm of drugs (which “cure” nothing)?
Health care providers don’t provide these most basic and inexpensive forms of treatment. Health insurance companies neither encourage, nor pay for it. We have to ask ourselves, “Why not?”
Our belief that drugs will help make the alterations that pathological symptomologies call for, is the root of the problem of soaring disease. Nature provides numerous methods to bring about the alterations that a diseased — meaning out of balance –body needs. Some are vibrational or electromagnetic, others are medicinal. Simply walking along in a park barefoot will do more to discharge electrostatic energy and help bring balance than most people would ever dare to consider. Drugs cannot and do not restore balance, in spite of what all the actors in the barrage of drug advertisements tell us.
Instead, patients are generally left to live with the toxic substances that are pumped into their body as treatment for the chronic condition… to which they rarely recover from, and frequently die of, due to complications. In spite of the continuing rise in chronic diseases and death, predominant practices and modalities are rarely questioned by the industry, or investigated by the mainstream media.
The current discussion about overhauling the health care system is centered around getting more Americans covered — which will bloat an already dysfunctional medical organism in need of its own resuscitating paradigm shift — than on making its methods and practices more effective and less expensive.
Greater health, meaning more effective success at recovery from disease conditions, will automatically and significantly lower the cost of health care. Due to their unquestioning reliance on familiar medical orthodoxy, bureaucrats are only projecting more spending, but not more health.
We have grown to expect to be sick, and unable to fend off disease, and as long as we do things as we’ve done them, so shall it be. But when you give it some key fundamental components — sufficient structured water, full spectrum of minerals and amino acids, beneficial flora, and an open mind and joyful spirit — the human body is a perpetual self-healing machine, that hasn’t forgotten how to heal itself. Only we have forgotten these keys, somewhat conveniently for those who make a living treating illness.
March 26, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, autism, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Hydration, Iodine, Living Clay, magnesium, Meditation, MMS, Morgellons, News and politics, Psoriasis, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Tuberculosis, Water | 1 Comment »
Quietly, but resolutely, MMS awareness is growing and use is expanding. In spite of minor incursions and inconveniences here and there from various governmental agencies, including Health Canada and the FDA, more people are gathering available information about the protocol, and giving themselves new options with regard to restoring their health. My documentary, Understanding MMS: Conversations with Jim Humble, is playing a role in the information dissemination process, as viewers can quickly learn and share their understanding with others.
While English and Spanish audio tracks are on the DVD, French and German tracks are in the works.
This is a small sample of the opening scene of the documentary, first in English, and then in French. The finished product should be ready by May 2009.
February 11, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Iodine, magnesium, MMS, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Tuberculosis, Video | 2 Comments »
Hand-in-hand with the idea that we are the creators of our experiences is being a master thereof. However, it’s neither an automatic, nor immediate perception. Since many people are reluctant to acknowledge that they create their experiences, meaning that an amount of responsibility might be assessed with the acceptance, they are even more unlikely believe that mastery is possible, at least initially. Nonetheless, after reflection, observation, and experiential confirmation of our creator position, mastery becomes the next relevant destination in our journey to self-awareness and realization.
Irrespective of our level of awareness, consciously or unconsciously, we are creators of our respective realities. Knowing is not necessary. The drama of Life will go on nonetheless. The many people seeking new partners who say they don’t want any “drama” in their life, fail to acknowledge The Dramatist within… that any “drama” they’ve experienced with another, was likewise their own. It’s all in how we see, and therefore experience, our reality.
The word “reality” refers to that which constitutes the totality of our perceptions, whether thought to be real or imagined. We both create and experience them. Two people may be in the same location, but there will be two realities present. In that respect, there are over 6 billion realities presently on earth. In fact, there are many times more than that, because a reality will have at least one, but will include all who experience the moment with the core individual.
Therefore, driving at any point along a freeway is an aggregation of realities created and experienced by each driver (and passengers) in each vehicle, and defined by their individual and collective attitudes, beliefs, hopes, dreams, fears, and intentions. Each one of those factors, depending on how they are “set,” can change our reality.
You may wonder how do you get from creating your experience to becoming a master thereof. It’s simple. Mastery of our experiences begin with mastery of self. Indeed, we will create experiences that give us an opportunity to nurture, demonstrate, and exercise self-mastery.
Self-mastery is not an unconscious process. Realizing our inherent, integral role in the formation of our experiences is an awakening of consciousness, and the first step in the self-mastery journey. The shift in consciousness is experienced as a transformed outlook, where situations that were previously seen as “problems” now register as opportunities to exercise and eventually demonstrate, mastery.
Here’s a self-mastery example: As though they wore watches and punched a time clock, your neighbors dogs start barking at full volume each evening just as you’re trying to slip off into a good night’s sleep. It’s not something you can easily ignore. What are your options? You can swear and curse. You can get irritated. You can go confront the owner (if they’re home). You can seethe. Or, you can calm yourself. You can relax. You can shift the focus of your attention away from the inconsiderate dogs, toward something that is joyful to you. You can remind yourself that the barking will subside, and prepare yourself for the good night’s sleep that you’re about to enjoy.
In the examples it is fairly evident where the focus of each response is directed. Try to control the dogs, and feel frustration. Shift one’s self focus, and experience an actual change in perception.
You may wonder why give such energy to mastery, a subject that some may feel represents only a marginal measure of possibility. Perhaps it is because the evidence seems so convincingly against one ever attaining mastery that its viability as a realistic and desirable experiential option should be called out and noted.
The desirability of, and quest for mastery is important for the expanded consciousness that it rewards us with along with an enhanced quality of life and well-being. It encompasses every aspect of life that we hold dear, including health and healing, and a safe, abundant and harmonious standard of living. The realization of mastery doesn’t mean that problems will end. On the contrary, it means that their positive or beneficial potential will revealed and maximized, while harmful or negative impact will be dispatched, minimized or limited. The master seeks not to dominate or control others, but to maintain the harmony within self under any and all circumstances. Judgment, condemnation, and fear gradually evaporates, and what remains is a connection, a link to everything and everyone.
Although it is not apparent, we are always connected to everything and everyone. I am connected to you and you are connected to me. We only appear to be separate. If you are taking in these thoughts, you are ready to master your moments.
Disease, adversity, and infirmity become gifts that we give ourselves to “practice” on and learn from. A person or family battling cancer or some other degenerative disease might disagree about the “gift” the condition represents, but if the idea holds even a hint of plausibility, enough to make one ease up on the accelerator that leads headlong into the allopathic abyss, then we have cause for celebration.
Before there were allopathic treatments, the human body corrected itself. Before “diseases” started being treated as complex pathological states instead of the simple descriptions of one’s degree of imbalance, the human body corrected itself. Corrections were made using material of Mother Earth. Why? Because the human body is made of the same material. The true art of medicine is in knowing how to use the living body of Earth to heal a human body, an art not practiced in the areas that need it most.
We dismiss natural approaches as “low tech” and “unscientific,” states that are only half true. Using natural approaches to healing may indeed be “low tech,” but they are steeped in solid science. The journey to self mastery takes one from the synthetic to natural, and from the outside, in, from the finger pointed outward, to a look into one’s own eyes, to discover where the solution to all meaningful “problems” can be found.
While doctors should not be “practicing” medicine on us if we have a chronic condition, their position will be safe as long as there are people who believe they are powerless to transform their life challenges. One thing a master is not, is powerless.
When you accept that your experiences — including the problems in your life — are your creation, and that you have the power to overcome your fear, anger, or resentment about them, you will have stepped forward toward mastery. Instead of fighting the problem, if you start adjusting yourself, the changes that result will benefit you.
Mastery begins in the heart… not the muscle that pumps blood through your system, but the center of energy that exists for each of us in the same general area. The first step is opening the heart, speaking from it, letting it be your point of motivation, your reason for being present, and doing whatever you’re doing. When your heart is open, your speech will reflect and emanate it. The energy of your Highest Aspect will come through.
The next step in mastery is keeping the heart open irrespective of what is happening in the moment… no matter how “bad” you feel, or what you think anyone has done to you. When the heart remains open, you are always being sustained and replenished by it. You are continually being balanced and centered. Dark moments won’t be so dark, and high moments will be sublime. Please note here that all of these steps are subtle and internal. No one will notice them — at first — but you.
Being a master of your experience doesn’t mean that you won’t feel… in fact, you’ll feel more. It doesn’t mean that you won’t feel bad emotionally, or physical pain. It means that you’ll realize it is your creation, you’ll bless the discomfort, as well as the one that appears to have brought it, and then imagine yourself free of it, complete with the feeling that only freedom brings. This is the practice that will pay you dividends, not only energetically and spiritually, but in your physical health and ability to heal.
Laughter, and the ability to laugh, is a great healer. Not only does doing so deliver more oxygen to the cells, laughing opens the heart, allowing our Infinite Energy to come through.
Disease is all about toxicity and inticity. Hey, that’s a new word, inticity. Never heard it before, but it feels applicable here. Inticity would represent discordancy which brews or festers inside. It’s immeasurable and generally undetectable, but very real. It energetically manifests as the measurable discordancy we call toxicity.
If we didn’t have some degree of active inticity, then toxicity would have little impact on our health. Inticity is the enabling or activating factor of toxicity. It varies from one person to the next, which is why susceptibility to environmental toxins and pathogens, including toxic thoughts, will also vary from one person to the next.
Inticity is the “chip” that we carry on our shoulder, the “issue” that we’re obsessed about. It’s the anger we feel and project toward another individual or group over perceived injustices. It’s the “cross” that we think we must bear, the “weight” we carry that we think is ours alone. We’re not happy about it either, so we blame others, or simply feel bad. It’s an unproductive habit thought to be ingrained, that goes unquestioned and unchallenged. Inticity is the sense that we are isolated and alone, powerless, and that the world is against us. It’s a dark hole of our own creation that we place ourselves in and then maintain. Self mastery is “the cure” for inticity.
Perhaps there has been a word for inticity from the beginning of time. That would be ego. Whatever you want to call it, discovering and exercising the master within will pay immediate dividends that only you will feel initially, eventually being reflected in the world around you, its center.
January 16, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Iodine, MMS, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, Wisdom | Tags: Belief, Cancer, Existence, Healing, mastery, well-being | Leave A Comment »
New Year’s Greetings to Everyone!
This is a great time to take a fresh look at life, how it’s going, and where you want it to go from here on. Many people who link to, or find this blog are moved to do so by a desire to be well, or to effectuate some form of change that will re-establish their state of physical health, or sustain it. It stems from a hope, belief, and/or growing understanding that, in spite of a general consensus to the contrary, the human body, and the human being who yet wants to live, can recover from virtually any disease condition.
For example, there isn’t “one” way to rid oneself of cancer in its many forms as in “finding the cure.” There isn’t “one” way to mitigate high blood pressure, inflammation, chronic pain or fatigue, or any number of other “popular” diseases that have become commonplace. There are a multitude. Most mainstream doctors aren’t telling because they don’t know either. The believe what they’ve been taught, that the knife and drug are king, and they are the princes and princesses who have bee ordained to use them on the helpless little people. This is a fundamental untruth, but one you won’t hear from Dr. House, because in all his brilliance, he doesn’t know it either. Therefore, it is incumbent upon each of us, not to “treat” ourselves, but to understand who we are, how our bodies, vibrational energies, intent and consciousness play roles in the very personal drama that we refer to as “life.”
Before moving on, let’s not overlook the stipulation made earlier, of yet wanting to live. Let’s face it, regaining or sustaining health is not about cheating, postponing, or avoiding the transition from physicality called “death.” Instead, it is about optimizing the life that we live; being able to enjoy it fully, and to function completely without chronic pain, body parts failing and needing replacement, and resorting to various toxic masking techniques to simply suppress the body’s natural notification system.
There are others who also yet want to live, meaning that they’re not ready to transition out of this reality, for whom being “diseased” and in chronic pain or discomfort serves a purpose known perhaps only to them, but a purpose nonetheless. Yet, this time of the year, and this moment, no matter what time of the year you’re reading this article, is a great time to re-assess the “benefit” we’re getting by being sick, tired, and in pain all the time. Even if the condition did serve a purpose at one time, it is reasonable to ask one’s self if said pain, discomfort, or dis-ease is doing so now.
The transition we call “death” is as essential to life on earth as life itself. While this may be a question to many, I will categorically state that said transition is not an end to existence. It is no more an end to life than going to sleep at the end of the day is “the end.”
When you go to sleep, only that day has “ended.” The only difference with the death transition, is that our dissociation from that body is permanent, and once its purpose has been served, that body is reclaimed by Mother Earth, as that is the gift She gave to us that allowed us to be here. Our physical body is made of Her. It is not “you” or “me.” It’s not even our only body. We have others that are unseen, but whose presence are measurable.
However, the material of Mother Earth will help maintain the physical body’s proper functionality, as well as repair it, better than anything else. This is a truth that traditional medicine is reluctant to embrace. Until we see the correlation between the effectiveness of natural methods, and the ineffective results of unnatural, not much will change. At stake is the quality of our life experiences while we’re here. No matter how sublime or ridiculous, when we’re done with it we’ll be done. At “death,” we’ll leave this reality, and the body will be transformed back into earthly matter.
We leave our body every day, through the experience of sleep. Sleep is important for the recuperative and regenerative opportunities that it affords. Once we are “asleep,” we temporarily dissociate from the body, a process that allows new, other worldly experiences begin, which often have nothing to do with the drama we’ve just disconnected from.
Our recollections of sleep experiences are oftentimes vague, but sometimes they are quite vivid, sometimes frightening, and sometimes profound. Yet, when we “leave” that place and awaken again with our physical body, we have not “died” in the sense of that other reality either. We’ve simply made a “shift.”
Whether we understand how they happen or not, the memories that we retain from our “sans physical” journeys can have a profound impact on our day-to-day lives. They have equal importance in the unfolding and expansion of our consciousness because they are equally real.
Consciousness is the energetic and spiritual encapsulation of our awareness, not only of ourselves, but our connection to everything and everyone else. A consciousness is considered “limited” when separateness is the predominant perception, and differentiation the main method. Consciousness “expands” as oneness is perceived and embraced ever so fully. Oneness includes one’s self, Source (God), and all others… in fact, all of existence.
One result of an expanding consciousness of oneness is power. Where a house divided against itself cannot stand, it can withstand all tests of time (and space) through its implicit coherence and harmony, born through its unity.
Humanity is disparate in appearance, customs, behaviors, and even beliefs, but we are one in the life that sustains us and its Source, and the power that is available to flow through us, as us. The determining factor is where we are in consciousness, in readiness to assume that which is already available for us to use consciously. I refer specifically to our attitudes, beliefs, choices, feelings, and intention. Every human being is using these tools to create experience now, either consciously or unconsciously.
While virtually all consciousness is, by definition “limited,” as a function of “existing” in some form of “form,” there are ways to discern “limited” versus “full” consciousness with respect to Earth-based human life. To those who experience “limited consciousness,” the words “chance,” “luck,” “accident,” and “mistake” have greater meaning. These words are used to explain how things work according to their world view.
You might notice here that quite learned people, with many kinds of initials after their names, can nonetheless be in limited consciousness at the present moment. Other words predominate the consciousness of one so steeped in materialism and duality; they are powerlessness and fear. Another word is “victim.”
Those who feel that the words above represent the truth about life and how it works, are presently experiencing limited consciousness. This is not a criticism, and it doesn’t make them “less” than those whose experience of consciousness is fuller. It simply describes where they are at this point. Another point to note, is that consciousness is not static. In fact, it is quite dynamic. And as new insights are gained, new perceptions will come that shall become new truths, which in turn will create new life experiences that reflect them.
The moment you can see some of the boundaries that describe limited consciousness without alarm or concern, your consciousness has already expanded.
One can know and embrace oneness and yet still be experiencing limited consciousness. I am an example. I don’t purport to “know it all.” I simply know what I know, which may be beyond what someone else presently knows about oneness. Yet, there are others beyond me. It’s all a single continuum that we all traverse experientially.
A greater awareness of Oneness, and hence, the experiences that flow from it, is achieved by demonstrating love, and love alone. The decision to love expands one’s consciousness. It does so by harmonizing and balancing our being, which also brings energies that promote and facilitate healing. A body and mind in balance will enjoy better circulation, a higher distribution of oxygen throughout, which accelerates healing and sustains health.
This is why, try as we might, we can’t truly assess the efficacy of any treatment modality without first considering the individual who is taking it. What’s going on in his life? How does she feel about herself and those around her? What issues are he clinging to? What traumas or resentments are festering within her?
These questions will never be solved with pills or pharmaceutical prescriptions. And if the individual isn’t willing to look at himself differently, he’ll realize no relief. People may come and go, as do places and things, but the underlying factor of consciousness, whether it is limited or full, shall remain. Quantum physics acknowledges the implicit and integral role of the Observer in the reality of what is observed. That Observer is consciousness.
Taking the blinders off of our consciousness is the key to discovering the Master Within, getting acquainted, and developing a trusting relationship. To do so, one must be willing to let go of the limitations that go with limited awareness. If we become enmeshed with them because they have become our “story,” we simply continue recreating the experiences from the vibrational pattern that we’ve maintained. Forgiveness washes away that pattern energetically, paving the way for the awareness and understandings that become the foundation for our new experiences; the new life that awaits.
This is a glorious time to be open to a new, exciting, and wonderful world, whatever day of the year you happen to do so.
January 1, 2009 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, autism, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Imagination, Love, magnesium, Meditation, MMS, Morgellons, News and politics, oneness, Peace, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, Wisdom | Tags: Alternative Health, Belief, consciousness, Death, Existence, Fear, God, Healing, Love, oneness | Leave A Comment »
A two-fold feeling tends to permeate the holiday season which often gets masked or suppressed in the shopping hoopla. They can be exemplified in question form. Do I have someone in my life to love? Do I have someone in my life who loves me? Perhaps another question is, “are they the same person?”
Maybe these are not your questions, but they are mine. However, the answers to these questions that apply to you are no less important than the ones that apply to me. Love is the most important subject to every human being. Some might argue that “what’s right (or wrong)” or “truth (or lies),” are as important, if not more so than love, but only love encompasses all these things, and more. It encompasses and permeates both the relative and the absolute, the expressed, and the implicit. Love is the only “thing” that does this, because “no thing” exists without it, although it can appear to be absent, and all “things” come from it.
Therefore, love influences the perceived quality of every life being lived, the joy experienced (or not), the peace we feel inside (or not). How can we have Peace on Earth, if it’s not first active and present within one’s own heart? If you don’t feel at peace, safe, and in balance inside, your world definitely won’t be. And if your world isn’t at peace, then what’s happening anywhere else is meaningless.
The key to inner peace is love, as is the key to health, and to wealth. Love is the “alpha and the omega,” the first answer, as well as the last, as applied to and directed at one’s self.
When you love yourself, peace is possible, as is joy. Filling your own “cup” with love to overflowing, then makes it available to love others, for then, like the candle flame that can light an infinite number of others and yet remain whole itself, you have love to give and not be depleted, irrespective of whether the others give it back to you in the form you prefer.
We are quick to withhold love, and slow to give it. Yet, when we withhold love from another, we are depleted. Cut off the spigot of love, and you drain yourself. It’s so easy to do. Simply be fearful or resentful. Think that you are “right” and someone else is “wrong,” or did you wrong. Think that you are “worthy” or someone else is not. These are all ways to cut off love’s flow, and we are masters at it. We have the pain, depression, and anxiety to prove it.
Love is an elixir that generates its own alchemy in the human body, that allows great healing to occur, not only of the body itself, but in the mind, soul, and the life itself. Only love can improve a “bad” situation. It fosters a state of balance within one’s being, and within interactions, where step out of the hurricane, and become the eyes, places of peace in the maelstrom.
Now, more than ever, it’s important to be places of peace in the maelstrom. The key is love. Allowing yourself to feel it because you know it always exists, and allowing it to go wherever it is needed, as your Gift… and as you.
With all the toys and games that are bought… with all the trinkets and “bling bling” that are given, there is only One True Gift, and that is you when you are with love.
December 24, 2008 | Categories: Belief, Blogroll, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Love, Meditation, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, Wisdom | Leave A Comment »
We’re landlord and tenant of our own houses.
The dialogues that I’ve engaged in over the past year on “MMS,” the “miracle mineral supplement,” the protocol that isn’t a miracle or a mineral, have helped me to discern what the real healing agent is. I’ve written time and time again about the individual’s central role in both the creation of disease, as well as the healing thereof. Upon first encounter, “shocking” would not be an uncommon response description to those who firmly believe that “s%*t happens.” However, with acceptance that we are the creators of our life experiences, and deeper inspection, the question of “if it’s true” evolves into how it works.
Before we go any further, it’s prudent to point out that not everyone wants to return to health. Anyone considered to be in their right mind will say they want to live, even desperately, at all costs. Modern medicine plays on that desperation and fear, taking it to the limit of procedural absurdity and financial intrusion. Maintaining one’s health isn’t so costly; maintaining dis-ease while calling it “health care” is.
Modern medical practice involves the adversarial taking of life (of the bad intruders in the body) on the pretext of trying to save the patient’s life. Financial burdens are ladled on, “covered” by health insurance unless they succeed in finding ways to weasel out. Coverage is expensive, but doesn’t cover methods that help restore health and well-being.
With the efforts of all the kings surgeons and all the kings accountants, it is typical for patients to “lose their battle” with disease, to the tune of hundreds of thousands, and sometimes millions, paid for, not by insurance companies, but by you who pay the premiums.
The travesty of all this is that (1) the people who are among the statistical “fallen” did not have to make such an ignominious exit, and (2), effective treatments that could have restored health would not have cost so much.
Perhaps we don’t really want to be healthy? Or perhaps we don’t know how? Or just maybe the secret to health, well-being, and mastery over dis-ease is readily available, but no one is going to tell you unless you seek it, use it, and understand it yourself.
At some point, the bewitching hour and moment of readiness to leave this world through the transitional experience of “death” will come. While this is a detail that is not likely to change in the near future, it should not be feared. Therefore, helping people recover their health isn’t about achieving a 100% “cure rate,” or even a reduction in the overall human mortality rate. The death transition rate will most likely continue to happen with, or without medical indecency. However, my desire is that the exit shall typically commence after a far more fulfilling, abundant, and healthy life. Learning how we form said life places us on the road to discovering and exercising our own mastery.
At the very core and center of each human being that lives and breathes on earth, is an energetic nature, which in fact organizes energy to form the reality that we actually experience. All that we experience is energy formed. All change is simply energy that has re-formed itself. Said experiences are formed out of, and unfold as a function of one’s attitudes and beliefs that are held on both conscious and unconscious levels.
The vast majority of the actions we take, and our resultant experiences, are spawned from positions, memories, and events about which we are sometimes unaware. However, as we embrace positive, conscious, loving change, through such attributes as hope, faith, and enthusiastic optimism, we trigger a vibrational, and hence, an energetic shift that emanates from within our being. Only then do we experience a resonant shift “out there.”
Truth is, there is no “out there”. All important factors that we need to know about, or concentrate on, are inside… within our own being. This includes changes to what we perceive as “others”. The moment we change our energy about “others,” the moment we will perceive them differently. From that change of perception, which reduces the mental pathogens that we overlook due to their invisibility, emerges changes in interaction, which allows former rivals to become compatriots, and former enemies to become friends.
December 5, 2008 | Categories: Alternative Medicines, Belief, Blogroll, Cancer, Death, Education, Education & Thought Leadership, Existence, existentialism, Fear, God Stuff, God vs Evil, Healing, Health & Nutrition, Health related, Imagination, Love, MMS, Philosophy, philosophy & politics, Philosophy & Religion, Random Thoughts, Spirituality, Truth, Wisdom | 1 Comment »
Oneness to Everything is Key
Telling someone who is dealing with a chronic, debilitating or painful disease such as cancer, that it’s his or her creation would be considered by many as one of the most callous, insensitive, and even asinine things to say. Asinine or not, it’s a message that you’ll hear from this writer, one that can’t be expressed too many times.
The far more palatable and predominant context by which we view disease is that the individual caught a cold or the flu, or fell victim to a stroke, diabetes, heart attack, or cancer. As predominantly practiced today, medical protocol is founded on this approach. However, this is a fallacious position we have bought and paid for with our money, sacrificed health, and our lives.
Millions of Americans and people in countries around the world are “checking out” (meaning exiting this reality, otherwise known as dying) by way of “dis-ease” in its many permutations. Most will likely have subscribed to the belief that since science and medicine hasn’t found an answer for their disease, then nothing could be done.
None of them knew that answers are available to virtually all diseases, with the individual — through his or her beliefs, attitudes, and accustomed behaviors — playing the central role. We create and determine our own susceptibility to that which eventually “befalls” us. And once we have “fallen,” we have the power to rise once again, a point that is also not widely believed, but nonetheless true.
Every human possesses this power, and few are consciously practicing, but the numbers are growing. Weighing in the balance is the quality, circumstances, and conditions of our transition as well as the richness of the life that preceded the “death.”
No one “exits” from Earth before the time of their choosing, but the circumstances and conditions surrounding said passing hold possibilities of great range and latitude. In other words, our task and purpose is not about “cheating death,” but about gaining a quality of life that is dis-ease free and full of the abundant joys of life that only come from wisdom practiced and love demonstrated, and knowing that such achievement is possible. Said awareness begins with “the bad news” that we create all of our experiences, which is also “the good news” that we have the power to transform any situation that we have determined, is unfolding in a manner that is other than our heart’s true desire.
The heart does not to cause or bring harm to anyone, but does seek to resonate with, and be an instrument for harmony. The harmonizing quality of the heart, when activated by the individual, will “reorganize” the reality that is experienced in like manner and tone. Love emanated where fear is predominant will transform the fear. The one who loves will always be protected from harm, in reality, even if not in appearance. Their love will always be remembered by those who were “afraid,” for once truly touched thereby, it cannot be forgotten.
While the passive, powerless, innocent victim argument may be palatable to hear, and is supported by a certain plausibility, it often leaves the listener more fearful, wanting for more answers, and on the defensive.
Our “salvation,” on the other hand, comes through understanding, awareness, and taking responsible, positive steps toward vibrational remediation. When context is changed — i.e., shifting from seeing one’s self as a victim of his or her experience to the creator thereof — an even more profound degree of plausibility emerges in support of the “new truth.” The difference is that this truth can set us free, while the “truth” of being fearful victims only serves to keep the believer in “stasis,” thus appearing to fix the present reality, or even making it seem worse.
Please consider that each human being, you and me included, is his or her own walking reality, as expressed on this dimensional plane. This thesis begins to account for the wide range in variance in response that many individuals will experience when they encounter similar inputs. Picture a hurdle competition where all pass over barriers of the same size and distance, but not with the same level of agility or speed.
Each runner is, and is in his own reality. However, as we witness and experience their reality simultaneously, as a oneness, we conclude that they (and we) have little role in its unfolding. All will play the central role in each, having come from divergent places to meet and participate, to eventually disperse back to divergent places after the Finish Line has been crossed.
Each individual experiences his own hurdle “inputs” uniquely, through the “lens” of his reality, which includes beliefs, attitudes, hopes, and dreams, and what he believes he is one with, or separate from.
There is actually no separation, only the appearance thereof. There is no “end” to the individual, only the appearance thereof. We are all connected… to everyone else, as well as to everything. We are connected to every actuality and possibility. We draw to ourselves that which we either desire (in oneness), or fear (via a perception of separation from desire due to lack, inability or unworthiness).
Our dimensional plane always delivers experiences perfectly, as we are perceiving life, although our perception of our life experience is oftentimes faulty. Why? Because we deny that we are “the bringers” of our own experiences, which come as “requisitioned” and will change as our “requisitioning” skills and habits change. The Earth plane is the canvas upon which this particular drama plays itself out, with each of us being our own main character.
A plane, in this context, represents a certain level of reality, as defined by a range of frequency vibration and perception. The plane is made up of all that is perceivable therein, as well as all that is causal and effected by perception, most of which will be unperceived by consciousness, just like the spherical footprint of an atom is dominated by the apparent “nothingness” of space.
For example, oxygen has always been part of this vibrational plane, even before it was first “observed,” identified and measured. Atoms and the sub-abtomic particles that constitute them, have always been part of this vibrational plane, as well as the waveforms that they pulse back and forth out of, and into. They all have an effect upon the reality that we experience, and are generally unseen, so they are all part of this plane of existence.
With that in mind, the term “planet,” as we call Earth, gains a new context, as a “small or limited plane of existence” relative to the whole. While we can perceive a physical universe that is roughly 13 billion light years across, and constitutes the physical limits of our plane of perception, planet Earth provides a profoundly smaller “footprint” of experiential possibility, in the same way that a single cell represents a much smaller footprint versus the cellular and molecular totality of our physical body.
Yet, the cells are part of the “Earth Plane,” as our bodies are likewise “tuned” to, and part of its vibrational frequency. The limitations of the physical plane of existence (Earth) are not the limitations of consciousness. We cannot freely travel to other planets, constellations, or galaxies, without taking extreme measures (and gaining considerably more knowledge and understanding) to ensure our physical survival, yet, we can perceive them. As such, they are as much part of our experience, present and future, and hence, our creation, as is a flower pot, vase, or our next door neighbor.
What does all this have to do with being creators of our experience and being responsible for our actions?
The answer is, everything. Many, indeed most of the factors that contribute to, and influence well-being, out of which health is one component, are “set” by unseen triggers established by consciousness. What is consciousness? You and me. We’re consciousness. We’re life that is both creating physicality, and experiencing it.
We are energy, as is all of existence. And while our experience of existence is unique, the fundamental factors that contribute to human existence (and experience) are singular. They boil down to duality and the awareness of our oneness with God, which is done in part by recognizing and honoring our oneness with each other, as all is expression of All That Is.
I don’t know about you, but I find it interesting that the root of Allah, the Islamic word for God, is all. Allness would include believers and disbelievers, saints, and sinners, the profound and the profane, healthy, and the lame.
We are all swimming in a sea of infinite possibility, and yet free to see or feel profound limitation and separation. Consequently, when an individual feels he has no options, then options won’t be available to him. If he won’t believe he can heal, then he can’t. Another individual experiencing a similar hurdle in the same race, but with a different attitude and belief will see and experience his goal.
If we feel our disease, or losses in the race of life, was “caused” by another, then we won’t resonate with the frequency that would nullify or overcome them. As such, we will travel exactly as far as our fears allow, which will never be as far as hope, optimism, enthusiasm, and confidence will take us. When experience plays out, we’ll believe our beliefs were true, still not knowing it was us all along… that is, until we consider that it was.
We are electric and magnetic beings, pure energy. Yet, our Energy IQ is generally below the dunce level. Fortunately, that can change, and as we allow ourselves to appear in the center of our story as the stars that we are, then so shall we.
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