Now and then at the sulfur baths, I meet a perfect specimen of health and vitality who was given up by the doctors years ago. They all tell the same story; they forgot their ailments, they ignored them, they found something to do - something of a serviceable nature - which made them forget themselves.
If you have never heard of Adam, the Dream Healer, now is a good time. He is conducting an experiment of healing intentions and you can participate if you want!
Adam is one of the many visionaries of today bridging science with spirituality. He is a healer of the highest degree, and, he is attending university to study traditional medical science.
Here is a short Youtube video and description of the experiment.
In the Global Intention Heals Project
a volunteer with a medical issue will be wired to an
electroencephalographam (EEG). This involves the recording of
electrical activity along the scalp produced by firing of neurons
within the brain. Neurons are responsible for carrying out all of the
brains functions. In the presence of trained clinicians and
specialists, the EEG output will be recorded before, during and after
specific healing intentions are sent by thousands of people to the
While the volunteer is hooked up to the EEG monitor there will be thousands of people from around the world who will be using DreamHealer techniques to focus healing intentions on the volunteer’s brain. The DreamHealer visualizations
which they want everyone to use has been placed on their website. These
visualizations are designed to focus intention and awareness in the
brain of the volunteer at a distance, with the intention of creating
activity in the brain which is measureable on the EEG equipment.
The volunteer will be unaware of the exact time when the healing
intentions will be sent to him by thousands of participants around the
globe. The participants will be shown the volunteer’s photograph just
before the healing intentions are sent.
Mentally burn the person's picture in your mind. (You can click on the picture to make it larger)
Familiarize yourself with the visualization in the above video.
At exactly 01:15pm pst (Vancouver BC) find yourself a quiet location where you will be undisturbed for 10 minutes. (World Time Clock)
Us the above visualization or one of your own to stimulate activity in the person's brain.
Hold your intention and focus for exactly 10 minutes. Stop at exactly 01:25 pm pst
Now do something that helps you take your mind off of this person.
This article is being reprinted with permission from the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, October 27, 2009
Shots or Not?
The Plague, the Flu, and You
(OMNS, October 27, 2009) Swine flu. Bird flu. The media has everyone
worrying about epidemics and pandemics. Yet there is nothing said about
one of the great communicable diseases of all time: the plague. The
Black Death. No, it is not extinct. There are new cases of plague in
the United States every year, totaling over 400 cases since 1950.
Why isn't your doctor urging you to get one? Do you know anyone who has
had a plague vaccination? Then why is there no plague epidemic? And why
is vaccination supposedly the only way to stop a flu epidemic?
One proffered explanation is that the diseases are dissimilar, because
influenza is viral, and plague is bacterial. But tetanus is bacterial,
and we aggressively vaccinate against that. Indeed, the CDC http://www.cdc.gov/ncird/dbd.html specifies a considerable number of Vaccine Preventable Diseases http://www.cdc.gov/ncird/dbd.html#meningvpd
which are bacterial. These include, among others: anthrax, bacterial
meningitis, diphtheria, Haemophilus influenzae serotype b, and, of
course, pertussis (whooping cough).
Plague is not even on the CDC's list. Wait a minute! The Black Death,
the disease that killed at least a quarter of Europe, hasn't even made
the list of Vaccine Preventable Diseases?
Worldwide, there are over 2,000 cases, and hundreds of deaths, every
year from the plague. In the United States, human plague cases average
about 10 to 15 per year. http://www.dhpe.org/infect/plague.html Most cases are in the Southwest. http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/plague/plagwest.htm
CDC states that "persons who have regular contact with wild rodents or
their fleas" in areas in which plague has occurred should be
vaccinated. That's right, it isn't just rats that carry the fleas that
carry the plague. Squirrels, mice, rabbits, coyotes, woodchucks, cats
and dogs all carry fleas. Fleas are found everywhere. Then why isn't
One explanation is that plague is climate related. This map shows plague distribution in the US: http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/plague/plagwest.htm
If incidence were related merely to the heat of the day, we might
expect a fair share of plague cases in Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and
Alabama. But there aren't. If plague is temperature-dependent, it is a
confusing illness to say the least: how come almost all USA cases are
in the warm, dry Southwest and yet plague decimated Europe in the
1300s? Most of Europe is a lot cooler than the American southwest.
Indeed, too warm a climate may actually stop the spread of plague. http://www.reuters.com/article/environmentNews/idUSL24636220080902
Modern Homo sapiens
is still evolving. Despite the long-held view that natural selection
has ceased to affect humans because almost everybody now lives long
enough to have children, a new study of a contemporary Massachusetts
population offers evidence of evolution still in action.
The phraselong held is interesting to me. Long held by whom? And by how long? Of course we are still evolving. Any reasonable enlightened human just has to know this by instinct, right?
He went home ill just hours after my October 8th appointment. Which means my exposure to the virus was about as high as it could be at that time.
I was too polite to ask when I saw him today if he had taken the shot.