Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The three hour documentary: JFK to 911 Everything is a Rich Man's Trick

Truth and health go hand in hand. For example, if we are incapable of acknowledging the abuse of cows in factory farms then we can not treat other humans with the kind of love they require. It's a spiritual impossibility few people face in a world of lies, self-deception, rationalization, spiritual strife, and suppression. In a world where humanity is only sixty years away from a world war that killed over sixty million people, we linger in delusion and we lie like there is not tomorrow. Facing the truth about the past, about ourselves and the motives of other people is a beginning to the end of the tyranny of internalized and external mind-control. Delusion is a precursor to clinical depression, unexplained anxiety and a host of illnesses that stem from the absence of honesty and integrity within our human experience. The absence of which is counter to the Soul and the progress that is supposed to be taking place within the human experience.

This film is a fascinating documentary. It is as sleuthing of sorts, as good as any murder mystery and a true intellectual journey. Like any provocative documentary film, this is a historic deconstructed. , the facts altered and repackaged to repair decades of lies found in educational textbooks as well as major media reports.

This film is a successful attempt to unite volumes of similar stories and other information that reveals facts that uncover serious crimes perpetrated in some of the most significant political events of the twentieth-century. The producers report new facts that have been buried denied and covered up for a very long time. The evidence in this film merges a confluence of data that has been developed over the years by many authors, researchers and truth seekers. This film is a painstaking production and makes every effort to piece together a multitude of unearthed evidence that leads to truths many of us would rather not see. Much like the work of John Taylor Gatto who wrote the Underground History of American Education or Howard Zinn's masterpiece A People's History of The United States. As we watch we are told the sad story of human catastrophic corruption, human failing, cover-ups and deceit. But now with the shift in the knowledge base, we can view the results of years of inquiry as this exhaustive exercise in fact-finding reveals a masterpiece of journalistic sleuthing that it is. Enjoy watching JFK to 911 Everything is a Rich Man's Trick.  Please enjoy the film it in its entirety here.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Wim Hof Groundbreaking Breathing Method - An Important Immune and Healing Protocol

See additional video's added since publication. They are located at the bottom of the blog entry.

It's never easy.

Let's be honest and look at it this way. Nothing worthwhile is ever easy. Painkillers that increase post-medication arthritis are easy to take and I suppose it's a choice, an option people have who do not have the intestinal fortitude to do something as extreme as the Wim Hof method. God Speed, and good luck. No judgment because EVERYONE falls somewhere on the line of apathy → greatness but everyone can breathe and anyone can begin the Win Hof method. The more I research this method the more excited I get that I can begin to enjoy my sixty one year old body again. (click "more" to expand the entire article)

Saturday, November 19, 2016

The Invitation By Oriah Mountain Dreamer



The Invitation 
By Oriah Mountain Dreamer

It doesn't interest me what you do for a living
I want to know what you ache for
and if you dare to dream of meeting your heart's longing.

It doesn't interest me how old you are
I want to know if you will risk looking like a fool
for love
for your dreams
for the adventure of being alive.

It doesn't interest me what planets are squaring your moon...
I want to know if you have touched the center of your own sorrow
if you have been opened by life's betrayals
or have become shrivelled and closed
from fear of further pain.

I want to know if you can sit with pain
mine or your own
without moving to hide it
or fade it
or fix it.

I want to know if you can be with joy
mine or your own
if you can dance with wildness
and let the ecstasy fill you to the tips of your
fingers and toes
without cautioning us to
be careful
be realistic
to remember the limitations of being human.

It doesn't interest me if the story you are telling me
is true.
I want to know if you can
disappoint another
to be true to yourself. 
If you can bear the accusation of betrayal
and not betray your own soul.
If you can be faithless
and therefore trustworthy.

I want to know if you can see Beauty
even when it is not pretty
every day.
And if you can source your own life
from its presence.

I want to know if you can live with failure
yours and mine
and still stand on the edge of the lake
and shout to the silver of the full moon,
"Yes."

It doesn't interest me
to know where you live or how much money you have.
I want to know if you can get up
after a night of grief and despair
weary and bruised to the bone
and do what needs to be done
to feed the children.

It doesn't interest me who you know
or how you came to be here.
I want to know if you will stand
in the center of the fire
with me
and not shrink back.

It doesn't interest me where or what or with whom
you have studied.
I want to know what sustains you
from the inside
when all else falls away.

I want to know if you can be alone
with yourself
and if you truly like the company you keep
in the empty moments.

Oriah Mountain Dreamer
From her book, "The Invitation"

Sunday, October 30, 2016

The Wisdom of George Carlin - Deconstructed



We are all guilty of some of the things George mentions here, fortunately many of us suffer from fewer of these maladies than others. As we watch the shocking absence of wisdom and the continued unraveling of personal ethics within the collective American psyche we can not help but love and appreciate George Carlin for his simple but deep intellectual insight here. He nails American culture right to the cross. Notwithstanding the religious overtones, I have to say that criticism and political correctness should be non-exclusive, but they aren't. As that non sequitur reels through your head-it is exactly what George is telling us here. If we can't take constructive criticism, take it as a compliment from those who care enough to criticize us perhaps then it's time for a personal reexamination of our values. Perhaps a cultural paradigm shift or an attitude adjustment are in order? Why is it that people end friendships when their criticized by their peers in our culture. I see this all the time. Very few Americans are willing to grow or evolve with the help of friendly criticism. Even welcome criticism is considered politically incorrect on an interpersonal level. This could lead a person to a feeling of abandonment which then moves into the psychological realm of cognitive dissonance and personal confusion. Ultimately landing the culture squarely in a state of clinical depression. And that is precisely what has occurred. The culture seems to support an unspoken gag order meme which is further indication that the culture is unhealthy. We are not only divided by glaring political differences but also by interpersonal A.D.D.. A condition that who's the country into a kind of a indifference never seen before. Indifference is simply a nice word for hate. So the next time I refrain from warning a friend who is blind to the machinations of a con artist or refrain from discussing the sad reality that parents face when grown children elect to adopt an extreme religion. What we are actually doing is fearfully withholding wisdom, love, and kindness from people who are then exposed to dangerous people and ideologies.

Apathy is an emotional convenience and also it is a strong indication that American values are fatigued to the point of clinical depression. We simply do not have the energy to care about each other as our emotional gas tanks are drained by confusing and largely irrelevant political drama, negative messages in media, music, and on the many screens we worship, we find we are undeniably in the midst of a culture that is not our friend. 

______________________________________________________

Afterthoughts:

When you look at the newest discoveries beyond metaphysics we start to understand the nature of evil in our culture. I'll go into this in another post or will pursue it here in this post later. But for now please examine your own capacity for criticism and look at your personal need to invite people into your world by asking them for their thoughts.   Bill Zimmermann 10/30/2016