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Title: Health and all that stuff
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(09-27-2019, 05:33 PM)Shannon Wrote:
(09-27-2019, 04:43 PM)Paul1131 Wrote:
(09-27-2019, 07:05 AM)Shannon Wrote:
(09-27-2019, 05:50 AM)Paul1131 Wrote:
(09-26-2019, 07:23 PM)Shannon Wrote: I find it very interesting that you have shame resulting from fear.  Interesting how these negative, limiting emotional responses seem to grow like a cactus does... a cactus sprouts, and then sprouts a new part, which sprouts a new part, which sprouts a new part... I find it fascinating.  This is definitely a display of the FRM doing it's thing.  Thank you for the insight.  Much appreciated.

What I find interesting is that I actually hadn’t given that incident a conscious thought in like, twenty years.  But it was in the background making me think of myself as a coward even though I’ve done things like run into burning buildings and run toward knife wielding felons since then.  And without feeling afraid in the moment.

Based on what I am seeing of TID from the MHS program, and what I know, the new power levels have pushed TID significantly further into the past, and I have never seen TID have any physical effect before this "my lungs are suddenly iimproving for no apparent reason other than TID".  So it is possible that you are seeing TID from DMSI 3.3.2 or some program using that skeleton script that you haven't yet used, such as UMS2.  

That said, it is a definite sign that the FRM is doing it's thing, because having this brought to your conscious awareness gives you a chance to consider that indeed you have done things since those experiences that invalidate the "shameful coward" point of view that seems to have imparted you with.  In other words, it allows you to see that you have grown since those experiences, and they do not represent what you are now.  This is helpful in overcoming those beliefs.


I don’t think I’d have even been aware of this if I hadn’t woken up suddenly.  I’ve “caught” FRM in action like that a couple of times.  It’s always when my sleep gets disrupted, which happens frequently because I sleep during the day in a house with vocal dogs and a two year old.  

Would you recommend that we try MHS for my wife’s MS?  We were going to wait for Universal healing to come out, but it sounds like this might do something.  According to her last scan, there has been no further damage done to her brain since last year, so it would be a matter of healing the current dead spots.  I know that is considered impossible, but sometimes does happen.

If it sometimes does happen, how can it be considered impossible?  Modern medical science likes to think it has the definitive say on what is and isn't possible, while it routinely does things like giving up on my uncle and letting him die because they didn't know how to help him, all the while claiming there was "nothing that could be done", and refusing to let me do what was left to try.  

MHS is going to precede Universal Healing, and I think if you're going for trying to help MS, it will be a better choice because it is focused on physical healing only.  I think it's worth a shot.

My heart dictates I post this here (Admins please move/remove if you feel its not appropriate):

Search for 'GCMAF Multiple Sclerosis' and/or 'GCMAF cancer' (The key word is GCMAF)
and visit mhracorrupt.st

(Note, I moved this post here as per Shannon's post. I made the post to bring this info to the awareness of Paul and Shannon. Admins please feel free to remove at any time. I get that its not the direction you'd like to take the forum)

I have the greatest respect for the work being done here.
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Omni,

I'd like to chime in, for I looked up GCMAF, found some sites, some true stories, and I repeatedly saw one thing: it's directly linked to Vitamin D, meaning with adequate or greater consumption of Vitamin D, GCMAF increases.  Thank you for bringing this up, as it takes courage in our society.

So, I went and looked up a kindle Vitamin D book I borrowed from Amazon 2 months back.  It is called "The Miraculous Results Of Extremely High Doses Of The Sunshine Hormone Vitamin D3".  I looked for "MS", and found the YT video below.  I've been taking 20,000 IU's of Vitamin D daily for these last months, along with Vitamin K.  

This is a video made in Brazil, it's in Portuguese, but it pulled up English subtitles for me.  Basically, it shows people who have greatly benefited from using Vitamin D to treat their MS. What I truly value is that it sells nothing at all. These are all people's experiences, both before and after Vitamin D treatment.

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(09-28-2019, 09:05 AM)findingme Wrote: Omni,

I'd like to chime in, for I looked up GCMAF, found some sites, some true stories, and I repeatedly saw one thing: it's directly linked to Vitamin D, meaning with adequate or greater consumption of Vitamin D, GCMAF increases.  Thank you for bringing this up, as it takes courage in our society.

So, I went and looked up a kindle Vitamin D book I borrowed from Amazon 2 months back.  It is called "The Miraculous Results Of Extremely High Doses Of The Sunshine Hormone Vitamin D3".  I looked for "MS", and found the YT video below.  I've been taking 20,000 IU's of Vitamin D daily for these last months, along with Vitamin K.  

This is a video made in Brazil, it's in Portuguese, but it pulled up English subtitles for me.  Basically, it shows people who have greatly benefited from using Vitamin D to treat their MS.  What I truly value is that it sells nothing at all.  These are all people's experiences, both before and after Vitamin D treatment.


Thanks for posting the video. It brought tears to my eyes and inspiration at the end.
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You're welcome Omni. Me watching it again had me seeing different things myself. I felt that tension to cry myself, but no. Part of me is resisting it, but I'm on DMSI though, the first day. I'm going to go share these emotions in my journal.
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Vitamin D of all kinds is pretty cool, usually 2,000 IUs/day is recommended. 20,000 IUs is a damn high dosage - then again, most people have a vitamin D deficiency (especially depending on the climate you're in - moderate to shitty climes would require you to run around butt-naked all the time the sun's out - *all* the time, really - to not have a deficiency in this area, lol). It's a good idea in general to supplement it for most people.

IIRC, there's a relatively straightforward way to tell whether you're overdoing it (which can have drastically bad consequences, TBH. It's why, f. in., endocrinologists are often wary of supplementing D): if you start getting an unpleasant, copper-metallic taste in your mouth for no apparent reason, that means you may have done a bit too much for yourself.
"A man who is doing his True Will has the inertia of the Universe to assist him." - A. Crowley
 
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Nope. None of those symptoms here. Not once. I do flush my kidneys with 100% cranberry juice at least once a week since I drink milk, and milk is highly advised to be avoided by Dr. Coimbra, the man in the video above doing the Vit. D therapy. A book was written about his protocol titled "How Not To Die With True High Dose Vitamin D Therapy", and I was interested in even the small amount I read there (a kindle read too). But kidney stones are the only side-effects I've ever heard of.

The intake recommendations of Vit. D were higher just decades ago. Coincidentally, when they were lowered, things like obesity, autism, diabetes (1 and 2), and RA skyrocketed. Mostly autoimmune or musculoskeletal disorders. They'd found an income source, and they then said it was bad, dangerous, and ludicrous to take more. Modern medicine is designed to keep people sick (or dependent on the system), and no doctor, nurse, or specialist is to be blamed for this mis-information. It points back to who is controlling the money. Just like when I was teaching, it was my job to parrot the information, even though it was sometimes completely wrong (US history, for example). I was doing it since it was my job.

Have you done any research on Vitamin D?
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Some, not much, consulted with my crazy mum, who - despite being crazy - is a very good MD. IIRC, she said there are people for whom high-dosage supplementation of vit D could be poisonous in the end (this might depend on, like you've mentioned, diet and other things, f. in. endocrine system health and liver health), but in general that people should really, really be taking much more of it. 2,000 IUs/day is the "play it safe" dosage that won't hurt nobody. Same with vit C. We actually have a gene that's capable of metabolizing your own vit C, it's just inactive for some reason, haha. With vit C there's very little in the way of side-effects if you overdose, you'll most probably just pee it out.

Around here (where healthcare is state-funded and "free" for most cases, which has quite a bit of pros as well as a lot of cons, f. in. red tape) as far as I can tell the MDs' opinions on vit D supplementation are divided, and dependent on their own experiences with it (f. in. if a doctor had to treat someone who overdosed on the thing, they'll be all like "aaah, no, DON'T") as well as what literature they used and/or whether they've been keeping up with the newest studies (technically, they're required to do so, but you know, people are people Big Grin).

Personally, I believe that the American healthcare system is an abomination that's designed as a money-making scheme. It's what you get when you pretend you have a "free market", lol.

One one hand, were my mum an MD with her specializations in the US, we'd have been mutli-millionaires by now. On the other hand, she got into the biz to, you know, *treat* people. Big Grin
"A man who is doing his True Will has the inertia of the Universe to assist him." - A. Crowley
 
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When it comes to nutrition and supplementation, most MDs know jack & shit (in America), unless they self-study.  My buddy is a cardiac anesthesiologist, and he had a total of 4 hours of nutrition courses.  Pathetic, really.  I don't know how much education universities give docs in Europe, but I certainly hope it's more.

Anyway, I've read studies using boluses of 250,000 iu or Vitamin D3.  Beyond that dose becomes problematic, but doses of 100,000-200,000 iu have been used w/out any side effects, and are very effective to bringing blood Vitamin D levels up to 40+ ng/mL.

Since I think it's a pain to take it daily, I throw down 50-70,000 iu every few weeks.  Works for me.  Had my blood tested recently, and it was 42 ng/mL.  I should probably take more, actually, as you're not getting into the toxic range until you're around 150 ng/mL.  Anything over 100 ng/ML is too high, and doesn't have a known benefit, to my knowledge.
 
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Me mum's used to be an anesthesiologist as well, but switched over to what's called in the US a "general practitioner", I believe, due to health issues (also - ridiculously enough - there being more money working as one than as an anesthesiologist at the hospital, heh, despite not having as much life-and-death responsibility, lol). I don't believe she's had much training as regards nutrition per se, apart from personal interest I believe, but she said that stuff like this is covered by entry-level classes at the Med-U (human anatomy and human physiology, heh).

Trouble is, as she once put it, "the fact that someone is an MD does not mean they're a good doctor. It simply means they passed all the required exams".

I remember her saying this in the context of seeing a colleague who was very deferential to her, yet whom she mad-dogged hard in response. Big Grin She went all: "For future reference: never go to this guy for treatment. We studied together. He flunked anatomy. Twice." Big Grin
"A man who is doing his True Will has the inertia of the Universe to assist him." - A. Crowley
 
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