“Meditation is not just for new-agey folks sitting in the lotus position chanting “om.” Increasingly, mainstream medicine is waking up to the healing powers of daily meditation, with hospitals opening integrative medicine programs that use mindful and transcendental meditation and guided imagery, alongside traditional treatments. Research shows that meditation reduces stress, blood pressure and pain, improves attention span and the ability to focus and may even stimulate new brain cell growth. We checked with some local doctors to see why they’ve become big proponents of meditation…”
Beware of what people call “Hospitals” (along with “Hospice”).
Dorner was an advocate of gun-control, homosexuality, women in combat, and so-called liberal media. He also confessed to being severely depressed:
“If possible, I want my brain preserved for science/research to study the effects of severe depression on an individual’s brain.”
With his humanist views, it is reasonable to assume that he was being “treated” for his depression with SSRIs (dangerous psychiatric drugs). The total blackout in the mainstream media in regard to this issue of drugs in all of these violent murders (school shootings, etc.), is amazing. They are obviously funded by these big pharmaceutical companies, and the leaders in the media share the agenda to “medicate” everyone (i.e., Brave New World).
“…While the Dixons were away in August 2010 when the Missouri Milk Board (MMB) called to say there was potential Listeria contamination – the California Department of Food and Agriculture had gotten the cheese from the Rawesome Food raid some 55 days earlier. Inspector Don Falls said they should be back up in a couple days but his attitude turned cold when he talked to the FDA. Then the FDA leaked a nationwide recall - of all the cheese - which to this day has never been tested…The agencies ordered it all dumped and destroyed, but the Dixons refused and fought to the end – for freedom – for the rest of us…The FDA and Milk Board would not and will never allow them to resume – how is this able to happen?…
One author described it as a “Death by Bureaucracy” saying: Very few people realize the FDA has an armed and very military aspect. They showed up at Morningland in camouflage and made a lovely impression on those able to be at the unveiling of the future of food safety ‘FDA style’…Pete Kennedy, president of Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund wrote: ‘The Morningland case was about FDA’s agenda to restrict access to raw dairy products with the eventual goal of banning them. The agency doesn’t hesitate in sacrificing a business like the Dixons’ in order to move its agenda along’….”
“But especially eschew to be effeminate in your clothes, in perfuming, preening, or such like…and make not a fool of yourself in disguising or wearing long your hair or nails, which are but excrements of nature…”
(King James VI and I)
I noticed the word “alum” on my spray deodorant. Long ago, we stopped the general, store-bought deodorants due to the fact that they contain aluminium. This aluminium has been linked to Alzheimers and Dementia (and other problems such as breast cancer, etc.). Most store-bought deodorants also contain propylene glycol (anti-freeze), BHT (another hormone disrupter and nerve disrupter), etc.
“If medical errors were a disease, they would be the sixth leading cause of death in America, writes surgeon Dr. Marty Makary in the Wall Street Journal. By some estimates, they may actually be the leading cause… These errors kill the equivalent of four jumbo jets’ worth of passengers… every week, Dr. Makary says, and this is likely a conservative estimate. According to the 2011 Health Grades Hospital Quality in America Study, the incidence rate of medical harm occurring in the United States is estimated to be over 40,000 harmful and/or lethal errors each and EVERY day. What’s most shocking is that the harm often is preventable. Dr. Andrew Saul, co-author of Hospitals and Health: Your Orthomolecular Guide to a Shorter Hospital Stay (which is available on Amazon), recently explained thatthe lowest estimate makes hospitals one of the top 10 causes of deaths in the United States… and the highest estimate makes hospital and drugs the number one cause of death in the United States….”