The Shift Back Into "Self-Healing”: Are You Game?

All many people know is they often don't feel well and nothing seems to make it better.

Of course, this confusion isn’t a shock to me as I have watched the world plummet into the pharmaceutical abyss for quite a few years now.

But It's time we stop relying on this system wholly, and I'll tell you why.

Self-Healing Is Learning to Heal Simply and Naturally

From my perspective, the medical system is revealing its true colors, and its failure the put patients above profits is right in our faces in the last couple of years. If you can't see it or refuse to, maybe this article isn't for you.

But I think it's time for the rest of us to have an open and honest conversation about what has really been going on.

Some of the information that I will reveal in this article will be shocking and somewhat taboo, but it's verifiable nonetheless. Hopefully, by the end of it, you will have enough information to decide if it is time to shift back into self-healing yourself.

Self-healing and natural healing aren't new concepts by any means. Although some may see natural healing as dated, many self-healing and natural healing systems are centuries old.

One of the oldest systems to have proven itself repeatedly is Ayurveda which comes from ancient Sanskrit text in India. The core belief is that you should treat the body holistically by addressing the root cause.

Traditional Chinese medicine is full of natural therapies and encompasses a variety of long-standing practices including herbs, energy healing, and spiritual teachings as well.

America and European cultures were also buzzing with all-natural and self-healing therapies not long ago.

With a bit of research, you can find that these healing practices took place worldwide and they only became demoded in the last hundred years or so.

The common denominator of all these therapies is a sort of "bio-hacking," which I teach and have used in my own healing.

People in the not-so-distant past had extensive knowledge of the body and were able to heal themselves with nutrition, herbs, and most importantly by understanding the human body.

So, it's not as impossible as you may initially think.

Healing yourself does require self-discipline and detachment from addictions... especially things like toxic foods and chemicals. Yet, it comes with rewards of longevity and good health, while not doing so comes with negative consequences such as disease, weight gain and emotional struggles.

A Brief History of the Western Medical System

The Rockefellers are a family many of us are familiar with today. We can easily see they play a massive role in the financial backing of many of today's industries like big pharma, oil, media, and politics.

But many don't know that one of the wealthiest Rockefellers is almost solely responsible for what we call modernized medicine.

In the late 1800’s John D. Rockefeller was knee-deep in the oil industry. By the turn of the 20th century, he controlled 90% of all oil refineries in the U.S. through his oil company, Standard Oil, which later became Chevron, Exxon, Mobil etc.

At the same time, around 1900, scientists discovered "petrochemicals" and the capacity to develop all kinds of chemicals from oil. For example, scientists were working on extracting vitamins from natural sources such as herbs.

They thought they could use oil to develop many concentrated and synthetic forms of these chemicals— pharmaceutical drugs from oil.

Of course, this was an excellent chance for Rockefeller, "the monopolizer," to grab hold of the oil, chemical, and medical industries simultaneously.

Natural/herbal medicines were prevalent in America at that time. Almost half the doctors and medical colleges in the U.S. practiced holistic medicine, using knowledge from Europe and Native Americans.

Rockefeller, the monopolist, had to figure out a way to eliminate his competition. So he used the strategy of "problem-reaction-solution." First, create a problem, scare people, and then offer a (pre-planned) solution. (sound familiar?)

He approached a man named Andrew Carnegie, who created a plan. They sent a man named Abraham Flexner to travel around the country and report on the status of medical colleges and hospitals around the country.

This led to the Flexner Report and the inception of modern medicine.

The report talked about the need for revamping and centralizing our medical institutions, and based on this report, more than half of all medical colleges were shut down.

In addition, natural medicines came under severe scrutiny, and doctors were stripped of their ability to treat patients naturally. Many were even incarcerated.

Of course, To help with the transition and change the minds of other doctors and scientists, Rockefeller gave more than $100 million to colleges, hospitals and founded the "General Education Board".

It wasn't long before medical colleges were all streamlined, and all the students were learning the same thing, and medicine was all about using patented drugs.

We can see this is still going strong today and has even begun to take over all other aspects of life. Almost like some strange "cult" has taken over the world.

How Does Biohacking Work?

The concept is simple, really. It’s a perception and lifestyle shift that has to become permanent and trust me, once you do it, you will never want to go back to relying on "the system" for your health ever again.

You won’t even be tempted. It’s not like a diet or something you try for a little while. It’s a true awakening to the true healing power of the human body that is so incredible; you’ll probably be a tad cracked for not knowing it sooner.

Some of the main differences are:

  1. You are fully responsible for your health—you should fully understand what the foods and chemicals you are putting in and, on your body, will and won't do.

  2. You become the focal point in your life—without self-love, you can't truly love and care for others.

  3. We learn that we can't treat either the mind or the body individually—through epigenetics, we understand that the mind and the body operate as a whole mind-body unit thus should be treated as a whole.

  4. We use whole ingredients (not chemical-based)—including foods, soaps, cleaning products, perfumes, lotions, shampoos, and deodorants. Chemicals aren't necessary to be clean, put together, and beautiful.

  5. We ALWAYS use natural means before considering more invasive therapies—more often than not, there is a way of treating an issue naturally. You don't need expensive and dangerous prescriptions, surgeries, or injections.

  6. We understand the body's ability to heal itself—your body came equipped with everything it needs to heal.

  7. If the solution is not already attached to you, it can be found close by in most cases.

  8. We detox more chemicals than we consume—coming into contact and even consuming toxic substances and chemicals may be challenging to address but not unattainable. You can keep your body on point and perform optimally with regular detox. This is incredibly important!

  9. We maintain proper macronutrients and avoid processed foods, including sugar, grains, and saturated fats.

If you are interested in learning more about how to make changes more copasetic to a “self-healing” lifestyle, hit me up!

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