Sep 21 2013

Metabolic cholestatic pruritus

For the past year my girlfriend Adelle has been suffering from an unidentified ailment that caused extensive dry skin across the body and intense itching. No amount of moisturizing lotions or good fats in the diet such as coconut, omega 3s, fish oils, borage oil, primrose oil, olive oil, castor oil helped with the dry skin …

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Sep 16 2013

How to eliminate Candida & biofilms

  Old ways of trying to combat candida often involved a candida diet and a cleanse of some kind. However these strategies have largely proven to be ineffective. The science has evolved so that very specific strategies can now be used as part of a comprehensive plan to eliminate candida. Candida has been blamed for almost …

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Jul 23 2013

Anxiety, Ammonia & the NMDA receptor

  *Disclaimer: This article is my research in progress and is unfinished . It seems that using Resistant Starch and properly repopulating the gut with appropriate bacteria is the solution.    Excess ammonia production caused by: A  +/- CBS upregulation leads to 10-15x higher ammonia production. (some controversy around this however) SNS dominance leads a higher degree …

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Jun 23 2013

Global Crises as a kind of Therapy

“First of all, as a race, in the context of normal usage, you have considered yourselves as apart from the rest of nature and consciousness. Your own survival as a species was your main concern. You considered other species only in the light of their use to you. You did not have any true conception …

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Jun 23 2013

Affirmation

“Affirmation means acceptance of your own miraculous complexity. It means saying “yes” to your own being. It means acquiescing to YOUR reality as a spirit in flesh. Within the framework of your own complexity you have the right to say “no” to certain situations, to express your desires, to communicate your feelings. If you do …

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May 24 2013

Somatic Psychotherapy – a new paradigm

Cognitive behavioral therapy has been the most dominant form of psychotherapy for the last 100 years deriving from Freud.  Recent advances in neuropsychology however have come to question the very foundations of this understanding of human psychology. Somatic psychology takes nearly the opposite approach of cognitive behavioral psychology and rewrites many of our basic assumptions on how we think human beings work …

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May 24 2013

Emotional Mastery

Gaining Emotional Mastery To acquire emotional mastery requires first that you become aware of your emotions and the level of activation or intensity they have. You might say well isn’t everyone aware of their emotions, after all they are experiencing them….The answer is no and also a matter of degree. There is a high degree …

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May 22 2013

The Multidimensional Self

The next great leap in human evolution will come from a recognition and awareness of the many aspects of the self. The following is a visual road-map of the many different dimensions that encompass who we are as unique individuals. Most of these aspects are beneath everyday awareness and require journeying into the self as a …

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May 20 2013

The Ego

The following are select excerpts from The Seth Material on the ego. ——- “The ego, if you recall, is self’s attempt to set itself apart from action, and to see or perceive action as an object. The ego attempts to attain stability and dominance, and resents change. It seeks to limit certain perceptions, to block …

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May 14 2013

Are we defined by our insecurities?

Adelle from Authentista.com interviewed me about my thoughts on how we define ourselves based around insecurities. One of the most troubling questions I have come up against in my life is: Are we defined by our insecurities? One of the primary things that drives us and motivates us to do things in life is our own deepest personal …

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