Speaking of health and healing, let me ask you a question…
Speaking of health and healing, let me ask you a question…
Announcing: the new and improved (all 12!) meditations from the classic book, Three Magic Words by US Andersen,
re-voiced by your favorite neighborhood vegan with professional feedback from friend and music producer, DJ4K (“Are you late for work or something??! Slow it down, man!”).
Check out the tenth meditation on Health for some metaphysical ideas to help live a natural life in an unnatural world as you continue your quest for perfect health, long life and the fountain of youth!
I’m not sure if it’ll catch on, but here’s my version of the old ASSUME acronym as it pertains to food and health!
Arbitrary as these delineations often are, the new year, new month, new week, etc., can provide effective psychological motivation to start fresh, turn a new page, begin a new chapter, welcome the new and ring out the old. With that said, here are 4 suggestions of some actions and habits you may want to make a part of your new you!
Is Nature perfect or flawed? Well, I can tell whether you really believe Nature is perfect or flawed based on certain traits, habits, practices and even fleeting statements you make. Why is that important? Well, your real answer to that question will determine your success in your pursuit of perfect health, long life and the fountain of youth as you endeavor to live a natural life in our unnatural world!
“This man was jailed for curing cancer with herbs” was the title of a video I came across on Youtube in August of this year. Today, when I searched through my history to find it again to share with you, I received this message:
Fortunately, however, thanks to the magic of the “Wayback Machine” (archive.org), we can go back in time and view it again! (If you know how, you may wish to download a copy. I’ve heard–and know by fact–that if you have the right connections, even an archived copy can be scrubbed from history!) Click on the link or image:
From a recent customer:
Hey Walt! I posted this review on Amazon for A Clean Cell Never Dies. It might take a few days to appear.–Mike
[BEGIN] You’ve heard the expression, “Physician heal thyself.” It means if a doctor is so smart and so correct in his approach to illness then he should certainly be healthy himself, and he should certainly be able to heal himself of any ailment that his patients are experiencing. Of course, we know that’s not true. Doctors have an almost 100% fail rate when it comes to healing disease and more doctors die of cancer than people in any other profession.
That’s a necessary introduction to this book, because the author has absolutely, without question, “healed himself” in his quest to reverse the aging process. He looks 28 or 29, yet his real age is … Psst, he’s not telling! However, the wisdom conveyed in this book was not written by someone in their twenties.
There’s no magic pill here. The advice contained within this book is not for the foolish or faint of heart. But if you’re on a quest to maintain or reclaim your youth, then dig in.
Inside you’ll find over 200 pages with tips on everything from liver cleansing to waste removal (better out of your body than in your body), along with information on diet, supplements, shopping tips, recipes, recommended resources, and more.
I don’t agree with the author’s vegan diet, preferring a Weston Price approach to nutrition for myself. Nor some of his other beliefs (I’m a traditional Catholic). But I do agree with many of his approaches to health. You don’t have to agree with everything in this book either. As Bruce Lee said, “Take what is useful and discard the rest.” But if you want to live longer and look younger, what do you have to lose? You’re certain to find at least one good tip, and probably many more, inside this book. [END]
As an author, it’s always great to know my ideas are reaching people! Thanks, Mike!
One of my favorite quotes from tut.com (The Universe Talks) is:
“Some of the greatest dreams that ever came true, aren’t dreams at all but standards that weren’t compromised.”
Here are two of my mine:
What do “health,” “healing” and “treatment” look like? When you think about the processes involved in “getting better,” what images come to mind? Here’s an excerpt from my book, A Clean Cell Never Dies, for you to consider.
I’d like to challenge you to a little mental exercise. What do you think about when you think about healing a disease? In other words, what do health, healing and cure look like to you? If you’re like many people, the images that come to mind include: orange bottles with white labels, multi-colored pills, white lab coats, masks, high-tech machines in sterile rooms, chemotherapy, intravenous drips and the hair loss it often causes, hypodermic needles, patent-infringement cases and thousands of dollars in cost.
Is this the way it has to be? Is Nature that flawed and imperfect? Is that the best our society can do as a solution? Or, is there another way?
Is there a way to heal and cure, reverse and rejuvenate an individual’s body from deterioration and illness, without the use of harmful chemicals, radiation, invasive surgery, bodily dismemberment, mutilation, side effects and hair loss?
Following is a collage of the images most people call to mind when thinking of healing:
I suggest to you, however, that in the search for a better belief system, and in the quest to reverse aging, become fit to breed or simply live a healthy, long life using these practices, that you re-imagine what healing and cure—in reality—look like.
Perhaps healing and cure really look like this:
Sunshine, clean air, clean water, direct contact with the earth and soil and access to real organic food without fear of patent infringement, all achieved for pennies.
Something to think about, perhaps, as the new year approaches.
Have you ever read an article or heard a health advisor say “listen to your body?” What does that even mean? What if I don’t speak my body’s language? What if my body is lying to me? What if my body is speaking gibberish? What if my body is trying to get me killed?! Here are my thoughts on that oft-used, but potentially faulty advice, AND how to actually understand what your body is trying to tell you: