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Notes from the Stillness

It is sheer barbarism to vaccinate newborn babies, period. Having said that, it’s simply inane to vaccinate anyone else. Nothing that is included in a vaccine’s list of ingredients is of benefit to the recipient. No-thing whatsoever. “Benefit” only extends to the corporations that arranged sweetheart deals with politicians and/or government agencies to provide product (complete with preservatives to maintain shelf life)…

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Reflections on "I Am My Body, NOT!"

As this holiday season progresses, I’d like to be signing and shipping hundreds of copies of I Am My Body, NOT! Each day I see, regretfully, the effects of the thoughts that it presents not being part of our social psyche. We may be what we eat, but even more so, we are what we think. And what we think about ourselves,…

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Notes From Outside the ‘Autism’ Box

April is Autism Awareness month in America. What does that mean? It means that this is the time for Americans to be “educated” on how bad Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is, how complicated the cure must be, and are encouraged to be more tacitly accepting of (1) the disorder, (2) the CURRENT explanations as to why it happens, and (3)…

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The ABC's of Structured Water

We continue turning our attention to water in general, and structured water in particular, as a factor in the human health matrix. Water is central to any detox program, with structured water being key. This factor is often overlooked, since all water looks alike, and we often tell ourselves that drinking other liquids, from teas, to bottled water, to “energy…

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Premiere: The Meek's Prayer

del.icio.us tags: God, Spirituality, Religion, Healing, Alternative health, Awareness, Self-Help, Affirmation Well, my foray into musical revisionism is now fully realized, with a video rendition of The Meek’s Prayer, complete with a prelude and words. It is patterned after, and sung to The Lord’s Prayer, and yet offers a very clear and distinctly different view of one’s relationship to Divinity,…

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The Power of 'Us' is Love

Divine Energy and the Wisdom of Practice I just finished reading Gregg Braden’s The Spontaneous Healing of Belief. This is the second of his books that I’ve read, The Divine Matrix being the first. Both are excellent; each one delivering it’s own quanta of light, which is transformed into energy and power, where it counts… to you and me. It…

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Obama and 'Old School' Policies: Sanity at Last?

President-Elect Barack Obama Congratulations are in order to everyone for selecting Barack Obama as the next president of the United States. For me, this is the only outcome that would have felt as though a real, positive, change had occurred, and it has absolutely nothing to do with the color of his skin. Refreshingly, Barack Obama’s ascendancy to the presidency…

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The Magnificent YOU: 'Missing in Plain Sight'

The Truth About Placebos The ongoing campaign by proponents and opponents of the MMS protocol to get their word out (my own included) often miss a very important point; that is, that the individual is the final word on whether any modality “works” or does not “work” on said individual. The individual is the most overlooked and discounted aspect in…

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The Illusion of Death; The Power of Forgiveness

Let’s take a divergent trip from the sometimes contentious subject of MMS and take a look at something we can all feel good about… death. Oh? You say we can’t feel good about that? Well, I won’t argue the point. Suffice it to say that death often comes with strong feelings, like the pain of disease which makes you no…

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MMS: 'Shift' is Happening

Many of you knew, or perhaps feared that this moment was coming. David Dartez, managing director of Global Light Network, of San Antonio, Texas, will announce a drastic change in his policies for selling MMS that will impact the entire community, and hence, the world. He received a letter today from his sodium chlorite supplier who told Dartez that they…

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MMS and Pepsi: Just My Opinion

Ah… the passionate pursuit of understanding. There’s nothing like it, except perhaps when kindred spirits don’t all agree. The Pepsi and MMS matter is proving itself to have legs, for this reader has fired back the following retort to my last post: Adam, I am deeply disappointed in your response. You’ve now misquoted yourself. Or, rather what you previously posted.…

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On Being Aware: The Lesson of the Stop Sign

I’m going to tell you a story, about a lesson, my lesson of the stop sign.  Twenty-something years ago, I was still a twenty-something myself living in Culver City, California, being freshly transplanted from my home town of Chicago. I don’t recall my destination, but I drove somewhere on the west side, either in Culver City or West Los Angeles. As…

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Magnesium Replenishment: Spreading the Word and Getting ‘the Point’

When I wrote and published this article in 2007, the word was spreading about magnesium. I called it the biggest, most important mineral component to human health ever to be so profoundly ignored by modern medicine. Much has changed in the intervening years, but magnesium’s importance and value is till largely unknown. Yet, people are learning, and in many cases,…

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No Miracle, Just Wonderful Chemistry

MMS De-Mystified del.icio.us tags: alternative health, chlorine dioxide, detox, chelation, healing, heavy metals It was in August of 2007 that I had my first experience with something wonderful; that has implications for every one of us. It’s known as “MMS” or the “miracle mineral supplement.” But it’s no miracle, it’s just the wonderful use of chemistry. I call it wonderful…

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Jeff Lorber and Brian Bromberg at the Buttes, Pt. III

The last of this series. Here, the duo perform the title tune from Lorber’s CD, “He Had a Hat.” [googlevideo=”http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5715575071379701782″] Before they start, I included some comments that Bromberg shared with the audience, that everyone should hear. Children are naturally creative (as are adults). The difference is that children do not naturally stifle their creativity. Our education system does that…

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Thoughts on Forgiveness: a Preamble

I just finished reading, and highly recommend, a wonderful book; The Disappearance of the Universe, by Gary R. Renard. For me, it brought forth what is both a practical, and practicable approach to positive change. We understand that the term “love conquers all,” but how do we apply it day-by-day, moment-by-moment. It is through forgiveness… forgiving those who appear to have…

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Thoughts on Positive Change: Endogenesis

Who to Look To, and Where to Start Our racial, ethnic, religious, political, or cultural affiliations may change over the course of our lives. Yet we will always be human beings. As such, it behooves us to embrace this truth early and often. Human relations, not race relations, are and forever will be both the greatest challenge and opportunity that…

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Video: Zen and the Art of Skateboarding

Talk about ships crossing in the night… and in broad daylight no less! The deadline for submissions to Panasonic Corporation’s Share the Air video contest was January 16 (yesterday), and mine is on its way. A week ago I went out to the local skate park in Chandler, where I had met Kevin Cornwell, a veteran skateboarder for 23 years,…

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Thoughts on Love: Wisdom for Children, Part VI

[NOTE: This is the last of a 6-part essay titled, On Loving With Love, Not Fear. To view part 5, click here.] Ultimate Question is Still a Question I Am My Body, NOT! ends with a summary page which states that where we go after the body dies is any one’s guess. No one knows for sure, but everyone believes…

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Thoughts on Love: Wisdom for Children, Part V

[NOTE: This is the fifth of a 6-part essay titled, On Loving With Love, Not Fear. To read the fourth part, click here.] ‘Missing Link’ Still Missing Racial thinking is insidious because the idea itself has been proven to be founded in intellectual quicksand. Human beings come in a wide range of colors, languages, traditions, physiological characteristics, and even genetic…

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