- Beliefs: Origin of Modalities
- Beliefs About Beliefs
Beliefs About Beliefs
"I don't believe that God would allow this to happen," is a belief about beliefs. Front and center, this has nothing to do with God and everything to do with what one believes. Generic beliefs about God are common and relatively harmless compared to beliefs about health.
It's amazing how little people know about health. Your doctors don't know much about it either because they are not trained. Plus, insurance companies dictate what doctors can and cannot do; they place a much higher priority on profit than they do health.
38 years ago this April I was disabled by a nearly lethal combination of vaccines and western medicine. In all that time there's not been a single doctor who could tell me a) what happened; and b) what to do about it. It took me 2 years to feel like I was going to be able to not die. I got no support from my parents, I saw no money whatsoever. I was on my own, at age 21, deaf, and unable to walk, talk, nor read. Over 2 years I regained most of my body functions, but my hearing never came back to where it was.
The following is hard-earned knowledge that is contradicted by mainstream media and medical professionals. I don't know why anyone would believe poison pushers over my 38 years experience except that people believe what they want to believe. Also, people have beliefs about so-called 'disabled' people that says everything about their inability or unwillingness to develop their knowledge about how uniquely enabled each of us are regardless of perceived human limitations.
Eat organic plants.
Why: for the beneficial microbes. Your body is more microbe than human, and it came from the soil. Healthy soil is alive with soil-based microbes that do most of the work of keeping you healthy. In fact, you would die without microbes in your gut, especially E. coli. WHAT!? That's correct. Without the beneficial strains of E. coli in your gut you would be dead in 24 hours. When you hear about E. coli outbreaks, you are reading about people who have consumed the bad, lab-grown E. coli used to "genetically engineer" seeds. The good E. coli helps digest food and produce vitamin K.
Microbes are crucial for their immune functions. Your gut is the largest part of your immune system. When you vomited, you weren't sick, you were having an acute immune response. When you sneezed, you weren't about to be sick, it was just another immune response. Acute immune responses are a very good thing because it means your immune functions are in great working order. Chronic immune responses, on the other hand, is a sign that your gut is in poor health.
If it's not organic, then it's lacking nutrients and microbes. As Michael Pollan says, eat mostly plants. If it's in a box or a can, avoid those with 6 or more ingreidents as they are heavily processed and thus devoid of nutrients. These are 'dead foods' that have none of the nutrients and microbes that keep your immune system functioning.
Be a germaphobe.
When you're out in public consider that every thing your hands touch is contaminated because it is. Humans touch their faces on average of 3,000 times per day. Your eyes, nose, and mouth are infection pathways due to the fact they are connected by mucus membranes down to your gut. Your best bet is to keep your hands clean.
Here's how I do that. I carry a thick, washable paper towel with me. I use it to open doors. In bathrooms I use toilet paper to touch whatever surfaces I need to. I use my feet to push toilet seats up or down. If there's only a blow dryer to dry my hands, I use my paper towel to dry my hands and to open the door. If I need to touch my face, I use my non-dominant (left) hand. I use my left hand to use my phone.
Additionally, I have a rag soaked in rubbing alcohol in a plastic baggie. I wipe my phone and hands with that and swap it out with a clean one each week. I also take it with me when I bike or hike and need to use public bathrooms or port-a-potties. In either, breathe through your nose as it's lined with hairs that can filter out some of the pathogens. Those are what you smell.
Be a bad host.
Replace every single household and personal care products you have with eco-friendly products.
There's no chlorine, bleach, ammonia, nor any product with in our house. There's no liquid that can accidentally spill and cause harm except for ethyl alcohol and that is in a childproof/seniorproof spray bottle that's always in an off position. Our cleaning soap is plant-based and contains citrus which is known to destroy the lipid (think grease and fats) membrane of virus. I always squeeze a bit of it into our dishwasher so they come out squeaky clean as if I had hand-washed them.
If it's not eco-friendly, it causes cancer, which is a round-about way of saying it suppresses your immune system. When your immune system is suppressed it can't create the healing response in which your body creates anti-inflammatories so you can get on with life.
The same goes for personal care products and makeup. For soap, I highly recommend Dr. Bronner's, which I've been using for over 45 years. I use their toothpaste as well. I recommend their hand sanitizer if you are an essential worker.
I don't use makeup but I suggest that you don't wear any. I know of a few women who used makeup well into their 50s and 60s who developed squamous and basal cell cancer who reported positive outcomes after stopping makeup altogether. Ladies, you are far more beautiful without them!