Here is the root and the answer to all our health issues. Pee in a jar today!
You eat “too much”. That’s the phrase often used for people that are overweight. It comes from the commonly accepted theory, based on calories, that one needs a certain number of calories depending on lifestyle and gender.
“Experts” have told us that if we exceed the food that we need, then the body turns it to fat. It apparently
“stores” our excess intake. This suggests that it can be used later, perhaps when there is less food around. And hey, when people go on a “calorie controlled diet”, they lose that fat. So, it all makes sense? No.
I’d like to tell you that people get overweight by eating the wrong foods, not too much food. Try getting fat on fruits and raw salads. You won’t. And you’ll have more energy that you’ve ever had before. You don’t have to weigh anything, nor count any calories. Eat yourself silly. You won’t get fat.
“Ahhhh but no… cooked foods like pies and pizza contain more calories than salads, that’s why!”
I am not against all types of cooking, especially steaming vegetables. Processed foods, however, should not be eaten. Period. They are not natural, not normal and they do your body harm. Perhaps you’re thinking that a little bit won’t hurt? Well, if it’s bad for you, it’s bad for you. A small amount just means that the harm is more difficult to measure. Or perhaps not so according to this article.
And fat, what about the idea that the body “stores” these extra calories? I think this is nonsense too. When people eat a diet of primarily processed foods then switch to a plan of mostly raw foods they notice that they lose a lot of water. You’ve probably heard people say that it’s just water that you’re holding. Hang on, I thought it was “fat”? Useful deposits of yummy goodness that your body has standing by for a rainy day? It can’t be both. Well, it is water as anybody that has gone from a SAD diet to mostly raw diet can tell you.
Why water? Because processed food is acidic or mucus forming. The latter creates an acidic environment in that it prevents cell waste from being eliminated. (Check your first pee of the day, if it’s crystal clear, your cell waste is not being eliminated from your body. Your pee should be like a snow globe, full of sediment and even contain stringy mucus). Holding water is the body’s way of buffering/diluting this acidity to keep the PH that the body needs to function, stable. Switch to an alkaline diet and the water is no longer needed.
Further evidence that fat is not stored for future use is that of fasting. Anybody experienced in fasting will know that overweight people cannot (and should not) undertake any high level fasting. This is contradictory to what we are told. Going without food (or surviving on little food) is fasting. If your body had lots of tasty fat then an obese person should be able to fast for much longer than someone that has no or very little body fat. Yet, the opposite is true.
Processed food is generally orange in colour, especially fried foods. It harms you. Real food is colourful and looks naturally beautiful because it attracts us to it in the wild.
Eat the colours!
The media is not there to help or inform us in any way.
On one hand, this may seem obvious, yet on the other hand its very existence appears to represent the opposite, that the news outlets and newspapers are there to keep us up-to-date with current events, latest health discoveries etc.
All media outlets have one purpose and one purpose only and that is to make money. They have to? Yes, they do in order to survive, but it’s the primary goal. This is why we consistently see stories and articles that are often adverts. These are disguised news stories such as when, say, people refer to branded goods rather than using generic terms. This is not to mention how governments use the media to create and change opinions.
I think I have mentioned before but the one piece of advice I give you is, read a headline, then before you get drawn into the story, ask yourself why this story is even being told. What goal will be achieved by its publication? The moment you allow yourself to be drawn into the drama itself, it’s virtually impossible to be as objective about why it’s being told.
Journalists, in my opinion, have a responsibility to ask questions. Yet as time passes in my life I see this less and less and now I hardly see it at all. The media seems to just regurgitate whatever story the highest bidder wants told. How many times do we hear and read contradicting stories such as a certain food is good for you, then it seems the following week it is bad for you? The obvious answer to that question is that the media are merely reporting what so-called experts are saying. No, this needs to stop. When a source contradicts itself a responsible journalist should ask, on our behalf, what is going on.
This isn’t a rant, it’s a reminder to firstly switch off the television as much as possible and do something more enjoyable, and secondly, when you do watch it, be aware of what they are feeding you.
What’s the difference between believing something, and knowing it? Is there a difference?
Most of us have our lives run by beliefs, some people believe they need meat, or dairy. Some people believe the opposite. How are these set and how can we distinguish between believing something from knowing?
In my opinion, belief is replacing knowingness in much of our society. Individuals and sources of perceived authority feed us information that, because of the nature of that source, we believe it to be true. I’m not just referring to the mainstream media, or medical Doctors, I’m also including education. We believe that everything in our textbooks to be true. It must be? Right?
Well if you want to work in an industry the degree or qualification you will study is designed so, with that qualification, you will be useful in that field. I argue whether the information is true or not, really is irrelevant. Not to mention that in just about every area of life fashions in how we do things change so however we do them today, will change over time.
I try and instil a knowingness in the people I help. I don’t want them to believe what I say, I try to awaken the truth that I feel is deep in every one of us. Because with that truth, once you discover it, you are no longer weak, nor confused. You have such an unwavering strength so strong that it will seep in every area in your life. If you merely believe in something, that belief can be questioned or replaced. This is not the same with knowing.
If someone knocked on your door, told you your name was Frank and that you’re a girl, (unless you are a girl named Frank!) how are you going to react? Are you going to argue with them and find your Birth Certificate to prove them wrong? No, you don’t even engage in the notion, it’s so absurd to you it naturally is not worth even discussing. You may even wonder about the person’s state of mental health. That is knowing! You aren’t stressed, you certainly aren’t worried, your core in unshakable.
Think about what you know, discover more of it. Remember that despite needing some beliefs in life, try to convert them to knowingness. Most of the time, we only really know through experience. Don’t be afraid. Try something new rather than reading about it.
We recently went to the International School of Detoxification Level 2 class in Florida. An incredible experience, especially meeting so many wonderful people.
Matt was one of those people. Here he explains brilliantly what detoxification is:
Make sure you follow his YouTube channel! Thanks Matt!
I recently made an analogy about what cancer is on a Facebook group and received a few messages saying it helped understanding so here it is:
Cancer occurs when a cell is damaged by acid and then this damaged cell mutates. That is cancer. Remember, the bottom line is that nothing else can damage a cell, it can only be acid.
The allopathic medical community tell us that cancer “spreads”. A cell cannot damage another cell to cause cancer. It does not “spread”. But, this is how cancer occurs in different areas of the body.
To get cancer to begin with your body must be at a high level of acidity (genetic factors aside but even then, acids still have to be involved. Genetics passed down are weaknesses). If you are acidic, the area of your body that is the most weak is likely to be the first place you get cancer. BUT remember, the rest of your body is already acidic or “hot”.
Many conditions such as fibromyalgia or arthritis are essentially acidosis. It’s acidity that causes inflammation, sure you can lose yourself in the complexities that obviously exist in this discussion, but the bottom line is acidity, there is nothing else that exists that can cause this. When you have something like fibromyalgia your body will be so acidic or toxic that you will notice that you perhaps have a bad reaction to citrus fruits, because your body cannot tolerate any more acidity. In addition you may react to medications that you used to be OK with. Essentially, your glass is full and you cannot take any more.
Cancer treatment is often chemotherapy which has a PH of about 3, highly acidic. Sure it may kill cancer cells, but it kills everything else too. They may as well throw you on a fire, burn you to death, and say that they killed the cancer.
So you have a highly acidic body to begin with, then add chemo, it’s a cocktail of disaster and frankly death. This is why people say that their cancer has “come back”. Either they didn’t change their acidic lifestyle, or the chemo caused the cancer. Don’t take my word for it, even the allopathic community admits it’s cancer causing. The cancer did not come back, the conditions that promote its creation either remained or were made worse. So, of course, it has to “come back”.
A useful analogy is a house fire. You may have seen those safety videos where they leave a cigarette burning on a sofa, the sofa soon is engulfed in flames which go up and cover the ceiling. The room obviously gets extremely hot. Things around the room NOT touched by any fire burst into flames on their own. The first to go are usually small coffee tables or paper, these are the “weakest”. This process is called the “autoignition point”. This is where an item spontaneously ignites. You see, the entire room got hot. The table did not “catch fire” FROM the sofa, it caught alight because the room was already so hot.
It is the same as an acidic body and why cancer appears in one place, then another and so on. So there is no “spreading” involved. It’s in a state where the weakest go first and the strongest go last.
Regarding why cancer cells are found in the lymph nodes. Given the role of the lymph nodes in the body, this is where you’d expect cancer cells to be! But that’s a different discussion. Again, the stress is that it did not spread.
The ego. So much has been written about it. I’m not going to try and re-iterate what the likes of Freud and others talked about. It’s all there online and in books. I just want to make a couple of points for those who haven’t yet reflected on it.
Our ego is that part of us that, simply put, won’t accept. It’s the little voice that makes you say, ‘yes but… ‘ with a need to be right. In an argument it’s so strong that you often lose all sense of reason and logic. If you see something you disagree with, the ego forces you to put that person right to give you a sense of superiority.
Another issue with the ego and for me the most important issue is the identification of self, it tricks you into thinking that it, is you. It isn’t. It’s merely a function of the human mind. I specifically say human because in terms of vanity, greed and the incessant need to be right and feel superior to others, I really don’t feel animals possess such a thing.
The last thing your ego wants is to be found out, by you. I’m sure it will hate you reading this and will put up a lot of reasons in your mind as to why this post may be nonsense. Once you recognise that the ego is a function of your mind you will appreciate that it is not part of the self, it isn’t you. If your ego really was you, you would have immediately noticed that my referring to “your” ego as being an error. It can’t belong to you and be you. If you lost a limb, you’d still be you, no part of your identity would have gone.
Your ego is the cause of so much of your unhappiness because it doesn’t allow you to accept situations as they are. So what if somebody says something you believe to be “wrong”? You may see somebody on an online forum make a statement that you just have to “correct”. Well, why? Because you’ll be better than them? Are you going to spend the rest of your life correcting others?
Don’t confuse what I am saying with never needing to take action. If you’re a Paramedic you do what you do to save lives. It’s your training that makes decisions, not your ego. For other roles where you have authority over others be very aware of your ego as in such roles the ego is fed so much you can and probably will lose perspective. You may have heard of the often repeated Prison Experiment by Dr. Zimbardo where random people are given authority over others. The results were and are horrific.
Probably the best book I’ve read on the ego is Eckhart Tolle’s, The Power of Now. If you’re interested in increasing your self-awareness and recognising the root cause of much of your unhappiness I totally recommend it. You know I’m right *wink*