Owning Our Own Stuff
Specifically, what is the overall cause of disease?
Is it toxicity? Is it inflammation? Is it dietary?
Specifically, the cause of disease is not specific — it’s universal.
The cause of disease is BEING SICK.
According to Marshall McLuhan …
“To have a disease without its symptoms is to be immune.”
“Man, know thyself, and you are going to know the gods,” is the Delphic maxim.
Narcissus didn’t fall in love with himself. He fell in love with his reflection …
Andrew Moreno (Jung, Gods, & Modern Man, 1970) wrote …
“The unconscious does the projection and the projection changes the world into a replica of one’s own unknown face, which isolates the subject from his environment.”
So who provides the cure when you have an incurable disease?
Carl Jung (The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious, Second Edition, 1959, 1968) wrote …
“When one is dogmatic oneself, it is notoriously easy to take other people for prophets and founders of religions.”
Ivan Illich (Medical Nemesis: The Expropriation of Health, 1976) wrote …
“The study of the evolution of disease patterns provides evidence that during the last century doctors have affected epidemics no more profoundly than did priests during earlier times. Epidemics came and went, imprecated by both but touched by neither. They are not modified any more decisively by the rituals performed in medical clinics than by those customary at religious shrines. Discussion of the future of health care might usefully begin with the recognition of this fact.”
According to the same source …
“Neither the proportion of doctors in a population nor the clinical tools at their disposal nor the number of hospital beds is a causal factor in the striking changes in overall patterns of disease. The new techniques for recognizing and treating such conditions as pernicious anemia and hypertension, or of correcting congenital malformations by surgical intervention, redefine but do not reduce morbidity. The fact that the doctor population is higher where certain diseases have become rare has little to do with the doctors ability to control and eliminate them. It simply means that doctors deploy themselves as they like, more so than other professionals, and that they tend to gather where the climate is healthy, where the water is clean, and where people are employed and can pay for their services.”
Marshall McLuhan (Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, 1964, 1994) wrote …
“There have been cynics who insisted that men fall deepest in love with women who give them back their own image. Be that as it may, the wisdom of the Narcissus myth does not convey any idea that Narcissus fell in love with anything he regarded as himself. Obviously he would have had very different feelings about the image had he known it was an extension or repetition of himself. It is, perhaps, indicative of the bias of our particularly intensive technological and, therefore, narcotic culture that we have long interpreted the Narcissus story to mean that he fell in love with himself, that he imagined the reflection to be Narcissus!
“Physiologically there are abundant reasons for an extension of ourselves involving us in a state of numbness. Medical researchers like Hans Selye and Adolphe Jonas hold that all extensions of ourselves, in sickness or in health, are attempts to maintain equilibrium. Any extension of ourselves they regard as ‘autoamputation,’ and they find that the autoamputative power or strategy is resorted to by the body when the perceptual power cannot locate or avoid the cause of irritation.”
Body Dowsing (Mind Reading For the Millions) is for those of us intent on “the cause of the cause of the cause.”
I’ve never found a psychological or physiological disease unrelated to a Cognitive Shock.
Surely there is such a thing, but after interacting with thousands of clients, I’ve never found anything that wasn’t “self-amputation forbidding self-recognition.”
Narcosis is no longer acceptable to the person who “owns his own stuff.”
November 19, 2017 @ 4:18 pm Atom
Rotating the feet in a figure 8 pattern is the Cornerstone Technique of Body Dowsing.
All you need to remember is …
1) Motor movements in the left foot always indicate a man.
2) Motor movements in the right foot always indicate a woman.
November 20, 2017 @ 3:38 pm Atom
Re: what do you think of taking boron from borax?
Borax is a “substance of very high concern” (SVHC), implicated in cancer, infertility, spontaneous abortion, etc.
Until the “experts” get borax toxicity or lack thereof sussed out, I’ll continue getting my boron from food.
November 20, 2017 @ 3:41 pm Atom
Food allergies and low thyroid are involved in Crohn’s and other intestinal inflammation.
Healthy healing doesn’t involve inflammation.
MINIMIZE (avoidance is impossible) as much of the following as practical (listed from A to Z) …
agar / algal oil / alginate (alginic acid) / alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) / arginine amino acid / bisphenol-A / bromide / calcium pyrophosphate / cannabis / carrageenan / chloride / citrulline / cod liver oil / cortisol / cysteine amino acid / cystine amino acid / docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) / docosapentaenoic acid (DPA) / eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) / endogenous opioids (endorphins, enkephalins, dynorphins, etc.) / estrogen (protein deficiency and low thyroid favor its accumulation) / fermented foods / fish oil / flaxseed oil (linseed oil) / fluorine (calcium fluoride, sodium fluoride, stannous fluoride) / glucosamine sulfate / goitrogens / hemp oil / histidine amino acid / horsetail silica / iodine / iron (and other heavy metals) / konjac / krill oil / lactic acid / lard (fed polyunsaturated &/or highly unsaturated fatty acids) / leafy green vegetables (when RAW) / lectins (carbohydrate-binding proteins) / leptin (satiety hormone) / lignin / lithium / margarine / melatonin / methionine amino acid / monosodium glutamate / niacin (but not niacinamide) / nitrate / nitric oxide (stimulated by blue and UV light) / nitrite / oat bran (whole oats are OK) / omega-3 eggs / oxalic acid / pectin / phytic acid (IP6) / potassium bromate / potassium iodate / pullulan / raw green vegetables (except for most fruit-vegetables like cucumbers, peppers, zucchini, etc.) / serotonin / silica (silicon dioxide) / sorbitol / soy (and most of its products, including soy lecithin) / squid oil / starch (unless thoroughly cooked) / stearidonic acid (SDA) / sulfite / sulfur dioxide / titanium dioxide / trans fatty acids / tryptophan amino acid / vegetable gums (acacia, carrageenan, cellulose, guar gum, locust bean gum, xanthan gum, etc. Carrageenan is by far the most toxic of the vegetable gums. The others are mostly “nuisances.”) / xylitol / yogurt (except for Greek yogurt)
November 20, 2017 @ 3:45 pm Atom
John E. Sarno, M.D. (The Divided Mind: The Epidemic of Mindbody Disorders, 2006) wrote …
“Perhaps the most heinous manifestation of this scientific medievalism has been the elimination of the term psychosomatic from recent editions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), the official publication of the American Psychiatric Association. One might as well eliminate the word infection from medical dictionaries.”
November 24, 2017 @ 6:21 pm RadioGuGu
”Narcissus didn’t fall in love with himself. He fell in love with his reflection” !
November 24, 2017 @ 10:17 pm Atom
Narcissus thought there is a “there” out “there.”
Neo (Thomas Anderson) thought the same thing in the 1999 movie, The Matrix.
So did Douglas Hall in the 1999 movie, The Thirteenth Floor.
So did John Murdoch in the 1998 movie, Dark City.
Scientists think they can see electrons through an electron microscope, but all they can see is where the electrons have been.
People think they can see colors, but all they can see are the effects of colors.
Marshall McLuhan (Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man, 1964, 1994) wrote …
“The youth Narcissus mistook his own reflection in the water for another person. This extension of himself by mirror numbed his perceptions until he became the servomechanism of his own extended or repeated image. The nymph Echo tried to win his love with fragments of his own speech, but in vain. He was numb. He had adapted to his extension of himself and had become a closed system.”