If you read no further please at least listen to this:
and watch this:
My blood is boiling and I would really like to let rip on this page giving you a full blown rant about the big pharmaceutical companies and the dangers they pedal in the name of improving the health of the world, but that’s likely to illicit exactly the sort of criticism I’m trying to get away from, and only attract those who already think similarly to me.
No, my intention is to encourage you to read a little further, to investigate, to be open to something that may make you feel uncomfortable, may challenge your thinking and perhaps even the decisions you have already made.
It’s ok, none of us has done anything wrong by vaccinating our children or ourselves, by taking medications we thought would help us. We have been doing our best with the information we had at the time.
The problem I have is that the information we get seems to be biased and skewed to one outcome, the mass vaccination of the planet, that’s all of us, young, old, whoever you are, wherever you are. That would be fine if we were all going to benefit but we are not. Some of us will suffer greatly because we are not questioning what is going on. It is not just the potential health risk within a short time period after taking these pharmaceuticals, it’s the life long effects, which concern me too.
I urge you to listen to this podcast and then to watch the film, not because I am anti-vaccine, my internal jury is still out on that, but because I am concerned about their safety for overall human health. It is entirely possible that they are the amazing breakthrough they are heralded to be, but not for everyone, and maybe not in the quantities now given and planned.
We live in societies dominated by the corporate culture. The political lobby is often monopolised by these global companies trying to influence politicians to act in their favour. As with advertising, this is done because it works, because we humans, try as we might, are easily influenced especially by fear.
The advertising revenue dictates to a large extent the content of much of our media, so unless we dig a little deeper and question, how can we decide things for ourselves?
I know some of you don’t want to because when we question we may come across things that challenge our thinking, our decisions, our beliefs, it might mean we have to change something, stop something or worst of all find ourselves not knowing.
When we discover that what we thought was the truth may not be, what can we do?
Answer: take responsibility.
And there in lies the nub of the problem. If we avoid taking responsibility for our own actions and place them at the door of others we can never be wrong, but we also can never be truly free.
For those of you who wish to wake up, claim back your own lives and decide for yourself, watch the film, listen to the podcast. Use them as a stepping stone to questioning what you are told about your health and wellbeing and how to treat it. There are so many new approaches, new fields opening up which allow us to take control of our own health and happieness, go seek them out.
Yes it’s scary to go against the mainstream, to try swim against the dominate culture but we must if we are to make the changes we and our planet so desperately need. Fear can trap us especially when we don’t know what to do, but you are not alone, we are not alone, there are many now on the planet who are waking up and questioning things. Together we can find a way.
“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”
Begin your journey to better health and happiness by coming along to my series of free events; Health and Happiness Talks, Oban, beginning on 4th January 2017.