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Dr. Thomas Cowan on Natural Detoxification & the New Biology of Water


Thomas Cowan, MD

[Editor's Note: Enjoy this update from Thomas Cowan, one of the world’s most cutting-edge holistic medical doctors. Dr. Cowan’s fascinating research, culminating in Dr. Cowan’s Garden, “nutritionally powerful and playful vegetable powders,” serves as a tremendous inspiration to aspire to more natural and effective ways to heal and fortify ourselves.]

As I describe in my new book on cancer, Cancer and the New Biology of Water, virtually ALL natural cancer remedies work directly on the watery environment in our bodies and in our cells. One of the most prominent and well-researched natural substances for cancer is the turmeric rhizome.

Hundreds of studies show how turmeric and its main flavonoid, curcumin, protect us against cancer. Most of them miss the simple fact that one of the main things that distorts our intracellular gels and therefore produces a distorted intracellular and intranuclear environment is the introduction of toxins into our tissues and cells.

Turmeric has the well-documented ability to detoxify our cells because of its ability to stimulate the flow of bile out of the body. Bile is the carrier of these toxins to be excreted, so more bile flow means fewer toxins in the body. This is why turmeric is such a foundational medicine for all of the disease conditions that result from cellular toxicity—basically, almost all diseases.

As I have repeatedly stated, the best way to use turmeric is to eat it as a food. This means using the best quality turmeric, such as our Turmeric Powder, which is grown on small, beyond-organic farms on the island of Maui and stored in Miron jars to protect its energetic qualities.

Dissolve in ghee or coconut oil as the base for cooking meats and vegetables. A small pinch of black pepper added at the end also improves absorption. Turmeric is most effective when used daily and in significant amounts, at least 1 teaspoon a day.

Copyright © Thomas Cowan. All Rights Reserved.

DISCLAIMER: This article is not intended to provide medical or nutritional advice, diagnosis, treatment, promises, or guarantees. Consult your healthcare provider before taking action regarding any medical or nutritional information presented.


Thomas Cowan, MD, is the author of Human Heart, Cosmic Heart: A Doctor’s Quest to Understand, Treat & Prevent Cardiovascular Disease.

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FEATURED IN THE SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 2019 ISSUE OF DNA MONTHLY

1. Dr. Joe Dispenza Demystifies the Science of Pineal Gland Activation” by Dylan Charles

2.
Working with Your Hands Does Wonders for Your Brain” by Susan Biali

3. How to Defeat the Empire” by Caitlin Johnstone


4.
How You Feel Determines Who Can Influence You” by John Richardson

5.
The Revolution of the Individual by Jon Rappoport

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1. Dr. Joe Dispenza Demystifies the Science of Pineal Gland Activation

Dylan Charles, Waking Times


At the intersection of science and spirituality is the pineal gland, a small ductless gland in the center of the human brain. Hundreds of years ago it was dubbed the “Seat of the Soul” by  French philosopher, mathematician and scientist René Descartes, who observed that spiritual, visionary or transcendental experiences seemed to be collocated with the physical anatomy of this region of the head.

Mystical experiences do seem to emanate from this part of the mind, and in deep meditative states, a clear internal vision can open up, creating a full sensory experience which takes place wholly inside of the mind without the eyes. Yogis, shamans, and psychedelic adventurers have long known this to be true, and in moments of full activation there is an overwhelming sense that a door of sorts opens, expanding human perception and allowing the mind to connect with vast, unbelievable realms which exist outside of the mind but are only available to us within the mind. A paradox.

Is there a bridge between the world of multiple dimensions and the world we live in?

This is the question asked by Dr. Joe Dispenza, international lecturer, researcher and author of Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon. His work on spiritual science and unlocking human potential compliments our rigid scientific study of the body by allowing for the possibility of not yet understood links between mind and spirit.

For example, neuroscience has already established that the human brain operates at different resonant frequencies, or brain waves, which naturally cycle throughout the day and night. We don’t yet understand, however, how these frequencies work to create consciousness, or precisely how they relate to mystical experiences. We know that we can induce flow-like states of consciousness with tools such as brain wave entrainment audio recordings, but we get lost on our way toward spiritual experience.

Dispenza looks at the pineal gland as a kind of radio receiver which when tuned to different frequencies brings different programming to the observer. When tuned to the mystical or spiritual frequencies, we experience ego dissolution and a connection to the cosmos. He notes:

“My interest in explaining this mystical science of the pineal gland is really thinking of the pineal gland as the brain’s radio receiver, and it can only be activated through a certain process. When this latent system switches on, the arousal that’s created is energy moving from the body right up into the brain.”

This is most notably similar to the experience of a kundalini awakening which can be triggered by rigorous cultivation in kundalini yoga. Described by many as serpent energy rising from the lower chakras up the spine and into the brain, the experience of a kundalini awakening is often life-changing, forever altering the perception of those who have experienced it and commonly offering a glimpse into the divine.

Relating this process to gamma brain wave patterns and the awakening of our internal, third eye vision, Dispenza continues:

“The moment that happens the brain goes into what’s called gamma brain wave patterns. They’re having a full on sensory experience without their senses and whatever is going on between their ears, the vision that they’re having, they’re not visualizing, it’s happening to them. And the person now is literally in a whole other world. They’re in another dimension. That’s why the pineal gland is called the third eye, because it’s a profound vision.”

He continues, linking this to physiological processes already understood by science:

“Once the autonomic nervous system switches on and it goes into gamma brain wave patterns, that radio receiver has tiny little calcite crystals, stacked rhombohedrons that are on top of each other, and those crystals begin to shimmer. They begin to oscillate, and now the radio receiver is activated and when the brain latches on to a frequency the pineal gland acts as a transducer, and the pineal gland begins to release upgraded versions of melatonin.”

It is already well-known among scientists that melatonin is produced by the pineal gland, but here, Dispenza takes it a step further to suggest that this is the precursor to the production and release of DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine, a hallucinogenic compound) by the pineal into the brain, which would account for the extraordinary visionary states that science has validated by studying DMT.

“Melatonin already causes us to dream … It already causes us to relax … Melatonin is already an antioxidant … And then you make that one amazing chemical called dimethyltryptamine and that begins to switch on, and what happens is you no longer move through space to experience time. You move through times and you experience dimensions or spaces.”

As far as a scientific explanation of this type of mystical experience, it may be as close as we have for now, because there is some contention as to whether or not DMT is produced by the pineal gland. Melatonin and serotonin are undoubtedly produced in this gland, but DMT is so far only known to be in cerebrospinal fluid and other body parts.

We do not yet know where it is produced, but we do know that when you consume DMT containing compounds like ayahuasca and 5-MeO-DMT, you will experience exceptionally hallucinogenic, visionary and spiritual experiences, similar to what can be experienced through sincere meditation and kundalini yoga. In his groundbreaking research of the effects of DMT, Dr. Rick Strassman coined the term Spirit Molecule, introducing the world to the mystical nature of DMT.

Final Thoughts

Looking beyond the current cultural paradigms of fear, instability and scarcity, we are wise to recall that as human beings we are spiritual in nature and that we all have extraordinary potential to feel and to create our own experiences.

These aspects of our nature are suppressed by cultural indoctrination and rigid scientific materialism, but right before our very eyes, we are watching a unification of rational thought and our spiritual inquiry. It’s up to each of us to make the choice to become explorers in this cosmic experiment, and often all we need is the introduction of an idea in order to inspire us to pursue our individual spiritual development.

I find that information and commentary from those like Dr. Dispenza is highly nutritional food for thought in this quest, and Dr. Dispenza shares a similar sentiment in the following comment:

“The biggest lie that we’ve ever been told is that we’re linear beings living a linear life. We are dimensional beings living a dimensional life and when the doors of dimension open to you and you get a glimpse of how big this really is, you are going to care less about politics. You’re going to care less about who’s famous and who isn’t because you’re going to realize you’re all of that and more. We have people that have switched this latent system on and they have a greater understanding of who they really are.”

This article (Dr. Joe Dispenza Demystifies the Science of Pineal Gland Activation) was originally created and published by Waking Times and is published here under a Creative Commons license with attribution to Dylan Charles and WakingTimes.com. It may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.

Dylan Charles is the editor of Waking Times, dedicated to ideas of personal transformation, societal awakening, and planetary renewal. His personal journey is deeply inspired by shamanic plant medicines and the arts of Kung Fu, Qi Gong and Yoga. After many years of living in Costa Rica, he now lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains, where he practices Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and enjoys spending time with family. He has written hundreds of articles, reaching and inspiring millions of people around the world.

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2. Working with Your Hands Does Wonders for Your Brain

Susan Biali, PreventDisease.com


Using our hands may actually be key to maintaining a healthy mood, and the lack of this type of activity may contribute to feelings of irritability, apathy, and depression.

When we use our hands on a task that doesn’t demand much cognitively, it gives the mind a chance to relax and rest. Knowledge workers constantly use their brain and it rarely catches a break.

There is a huge sense of relief and pleasure from doing something with our hands that doesn’t require us to think much about anything. It’s magnificent. When the brain is “offline,” it gives it a chance to work on problems behind the scenes.

Dr. Herbert Benson wrote about this phenomenon (and strategy) in his book The Breakout Principle. When we engage in a repetitive task, completely taking our minds off whatever problem or issue we have been struggling with, the solution will often magically appear.

Working productively with our hands is profoundly pleasurable. There is something primal about this. We are made to be active, and have actively used our hands as part of our daily survival for thousands of years. With the advent of so much technology, many of us move through our days with minimal physical effort. We push a button instead of scrubbing dishes or laundry. Overall, we get far less physical activity than would be optimal for our bodies and minds.

Kelly Lambert wrote about this in her book Lifting Depression: A Neuroscientist’s Hands-on Approach to Activating Your Brain’s Healing Power:

“What revs up the crucial effort-driven rewards circuit—the fuel, if you will—is generated by doing certain types of physical activities, especially ones that involve your hands. It’s important that these actions produce a result you can see, feel, and touch, such as knitting a sweater or tending a garden. Such actions and their associated thoughts, plans and ultimate results change the physiology and chemical makeup of the effort-driven rewards circuit, activating it in an energized way. I call the emotional sense of well-being that results effort-driven rewards.”

She also links a lack of hands-on physical activity to the onset of depression, perhaps contributing to the unusually high rates of mood disorders that we see in today’s world:

“Effort-driven rewards and other real-world interactive experiences generate much more intense and pervasive reactions in your brain than the neurochemical alterations produced by a single pill. The result? You begin to feel more control over your environment and more connected to the world around you. This reduces stress and anxiety and, most important, builds resilience against the onset of depression.”

Wonderful, isn’t it?

What do you normally do when you’re feeling stuck or stressed? For a lot of us, we default to eating comfort food, watching Netflix, scrolling through social media feeds, and so on. These things may be relaxing, sure, but we may often feel regret afterward without much brain relief.

What works for you? It could be anything from painting, to washing dishes, to fiddling with a motor.

The next time you are feeling stressed or stuck, try doing something with your hands. It may be exactly what your brain and body need.

Copyright © PreventDisease.com. All Rights Reserved.

This article, republished with permission, originally appeared here.

Susan Biali is a writer for PreventDisease.com.


3. How to Defeat the Empire

Caitlin Johnstone


One of the biggest and most consistent challenges of my young career so far has been finding ways to talk about solutions to our predicament in a way that people will truly hear. I talk about these solutions constantly, and some readers definitely get it, but others will see me going on and on about a grassroots revolution against the establishment narrative control machine and then say: “Okay, but what do we do?” or “You talk about problems but never offer any solutions!”

Part of the difficulty is that I don’t talk much about the old attempts at solutions we’ve already tried that people have been conditioned to listen for. I don’t endorse politicians, I don’t advocate starting a new political party, I don’t support violent revolution, I don’t say that capitalism contains the seeds of its own destruction and the proletariat will inevitably rise up against the bourgeoisie, and in general I don’t put much stock in the idea that our political systems are in and of themselves sufficient for addressing our biggest problems in any meaningful way.

What I do advocate, over and over and over again in as many different ways as I can come up with, is a decentralized guerrilla psywar against the institutions which enable the powerful to manipulate the way ordinary people think, act and vote.

I talk about narrative and propaganda all the time because they are the root of all our problems. As long as the plutocrat-controlled media are able to manufacture consent for the status quo upon which those plutocrats built their respective empires, there will never be the possibility of a successful revolution. People will never rebel against a system while they’re being successfully propagandized not to. It will never, ever happen.

Most people who want drastic systematic changes to the way power operates in our society utterly fail to take this into account. Most of them are aware to some extent that establishment propaganda is happening, but they fail to fully appreciate its effects, its power, and the fact that it’s continually getting more and more sophisticated. They continue to talk about the need for a particular political movement, for this or that new government policy, or even for a full-fledged revolution, without ever turning and squarely focusing on the elephant in the room that none of these things will ever happen as long as most people are successfully propagandized into being uninterested in making them happen.

It’s like trying to light a fire without first finding a solution to the problem that you’re standing under pouring rain. Certainly we can all agree that a fire is sorely needed because it’s cold and wet and miserable out here, but we’re never going to get one going while the kindling is getting soaked and we can’t even get a match lit. The first order of business must necessarily be to find a way to protect our fire-starting area from the downpour of establishment propaganda.

A decentralized guerrilla psywar against the propaganda machine is the best solution to this problem.

By psywar I mean a grassroots psychological war against the establishment propaganda machine with the goal of weakening public trust in pro-empire narratives. People only believe sources of information that they trust, and propaganda cannot operate without belief. Right now trust in the mass media is at an all-time low while our ability to network and share information is at an all-time high. Our psywar is fought with the goal of using our unprecedented ability to circulate information to continue to kill public trust in the mass media, not with lies and propaganda, but with truth. If we can expose journalistic malpractice and the glaring plot holes in establishment narratives about things like war, Julian Assange, Russia, etc., we will make the mass media look less trustworthy.

By decentralized I mean we should each take responsibility for weakening public trust in the propaganda machine in our own way, rather than depending on centralized groups and organizations. The more centralized an operation is, the easier it is for establishment manipulators to infiltrate and undermine it. This doesn’t mean that organizing is bad, it just means a successful grassroots psywar won’t depend on it. If we’re each watching for opportunities to weaken public trust in the official narrative makers on our own personal time and in our own unique way using videos, blogs, tweets, art, paper literature, conversations and demonstrations, we’ll be far more effective.

By guerrilla I mean constantly attacking different fronts in different ways, never staying with the same line of attack for long enough to allow the propagandists to develop a counter-narrative. If they build up particularly strong armor around one area, put it aside and expose their lies on an entirely different front. The propagandists are lying constantly, so there is never any shortage of soft targets. The only consistency should be in attacking the propaganda machine as visibly as possible.

As far as how to go about that attack, my best answer is that I’m leading by example here. I’m only ever doing the thing that I advocate, so if you want to know what I think we should all do, just watch what I do. I’m only ever using my own unique set of skills, knowledge and assets to attack the narrative control engine at whatever points I perceive to be the most vulnerable on a given day.

So do what I do, but keep in mind that each individual must sort out the particulars for themselves. We’ve each got our own strengths and abilities that we bring to the psywar: some of us are funny, some are artistic, some are really good at putting together information and presenting it in a particular format, some are good at finding and boosting other people’s high-quality attacks. Everyone brings something to the table. The important thing is to do whatever will draw the most public interest and attention to what you’re doing. Don’t shy away from speaking loud and shining bright.

It isn’t necessary to come up with your own complete How It Is narrative of exactly what is happening in our world right now; with the current degree of disinformation and government opacity that’s too difficult to do with any degree of completion anyway. All you need to do is wake people up in as many ways as possible to the fact that they’re being manipulated and deceived. Every newly opened pair of eyes makes a difference, and anything you can do to help facilitate that is energy well spent.

Without an effective propaganda machine, the empire cannot rule. Once we’ve crippled public trust in that machine, we’ll exist in a very different world already, and the next step will present itself from there. Until then, the attack on establishment propaganda should be our foremost priority.

This article, republished under a creative commons license, originally appeared here.

Caitlin Johnstone is a rogue journalist, bogan socialist, anarcho-psychonaut and guerrilla poet.


4. How You Feel Determines Who Can Influence You

Josh Richardson, PreventDisease.com


In a new study, Stanford psychologists examined why some people respond differently to an upsetting situation and learned that people’s motivations play an important role in how they react.

Being aware of which environments you flourish in can help you improve your relationships with others. There are countless forms of emotional toxins which you can learn to recognize as typical patterns of behavior

The Stanford study found that when a person wanted to stay calm, they remained relatively unfazed by angry people, but if they wanted to feel angry, then they were highly influenced by angry people. The researchers also discovered that people who wanted to feel angry also got more emotional when they learned that other people were just as upset as they were, according to the results from a series of laboratory experiments the researchers conducted.

Their findings, published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, reveal that people have more control over how their emotions get influenced than previously realized, the researchers said.

“We have long known that people often try to regulate their emotions when they believe that they are unhelpful,”  said James Gross, a professor of psychology at Stanford’s School of Humanities and Sciences. “This set of studies extends this insight by showing that people can also regulate the way they are influenced by others’ emotions.”

How Do Other People Influence Emotions?

To learn how people react to upsetting situations and respond to others around them, the researchers examined people’s anger toward politically charged events in a series of laboratory studies with 107 participants. The team also analyzed almost 19 million tweets in response to the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014.

In the laboratory studies, the researchers showed participants images that could trigger upsetting emotions: for example, people burning the American flag and American soldiers abusing prisoners in Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq. The researchers also told participants how other people felt about these images.

The researchers found that participants who wanted to feel less angry were three times more likely to be more influenced by people expressing calm emotions than by angry people. But participants who wanted to feel angry were also three times more likely to be influenced by other people angrier than them, as opposed to people with calmer emotions. The researchers also found that these participants got more emotional when they learned that others also felt similar emotions to them.

“The degree to which people said they were motivated to feel or not feel certain emotions predicted how much they would be influenced when they were exposed to emotions from other group members,”  said Amit Goldenberg, the lead author on the study and a Stanford doctoral candidate in psychology.

Emotional Influence on Social Media

The researchers also looked at social media where they could see how emotions played out in real time. They focused on the unrest that emerged on Twitter following the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, in 2014.

After analyzing almost 19 million Twitter posts, the researchers found that Twitter users were more influenced by stronger emotions expressed by people in their social network compared to weaker and calmer reactions. They also found that when Twitter users responded to tweets that were similar in emotional intensity to their earlier reactions, the users amplified their emotions to express stronger outrage than others in their social network.

“The social dimension of emotions, particularly in response to socio-political events, is becoming increasingly important with the use of social media and people’s constant exposure to the emotions of others in online platforms,” wrote the study’s authors, who also included Jamil Zaki, assistant professor of psychology, in the paper.

Emotions as Tools

Researchers have largely assumed that people’s emotions get influenced automatically—in an unconscious, immediate response to other people’s emotions, said Goldenberg. His team’s new research challenges that perspective, he said.

“Our emotions are not passive nor automatic,” Goldenberg said. “They are a little bit of a tool. We have the ability to use our emotions to achieve certain goals. We express certain emotions to convince other people to join our collective cause. On social media, we use emotions to signal to other people that we care about the issues of a group to make sure people know we’re a part of it.”

Further research needs to be done in order to understand the relationship between people and their emotions. One of the next topics Goldenberg says he wants to examine further is whether the desire of people to want to see and experience certain emotions around them lies at the core of how they choose their network of friends and other people around them.

“It seems that the best way to regulate your emotions is to start with the selection of your environment,” Goldenberg said. “If you don’t want to be angry today, one way to do that is to avoid angry people. Do some people have an ingrained preference for stronger emotions than others? That’s one of my next questions.”

Copyright © PreventDisease.com. All Rights Reserved.

This article, republished with permission, originally appeared here.


Josh Richardson is a writer for PreventDisease.com.

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5. The Revolution of the Individual

Jon Rappoport


How long does this revolution last? Think about a nice round figure: the NEXT 10,000 years.

The revolution of the individual progresses from PROMOTER OF REALITY to CREATOR OF REALITY.

Through vast propaganda and “education” campaigns, the individual is urged and trained to favor and promote particular organizations and structures in society. But outside of this venue, there are individuals who are waking up to the fact that their real job and desire is creating new unprecedented realities.

Historically, this latter outlier trend is not the sole result of some external force; rather, it mainly comes from the individual exploring his own internal capability and power. The accompanying history consists of the formation and founding of nations based on some partial version of individual freedom—even though those liberating mandates have been suppressed and squashed in many ways.

Western philosophy reached a crossroad late in the 19th century: the focus shifted from attempts to describe and impose ultimate reality to attempts to understand how the individual perceives and gains basic knowledge—and this latter inquiry quite naturally evolved into: THE INDIVIDUAL INVENTS REALITIES.

That being the case, why should the individual accept the realities he has already been subconsciously shaping, when instead, he can create new preferable realities?

THAT is the “underground revolution” which has been underway for more than 100 years. It is far from smooth. The revolution experiences many stops and starts, many abandonments, many renewals. No one said it would be easy. It is not a collective group effort. How could it be? It takes place in the private reflections and decisions of individuals.

A formidable barrier to the revolution: societies are based on popular acceptance of what the individual does. Or popular rejection. The individual tends to believe he must create something that will gain group favor. Therefore, he scales down his own imagination and opts for “safe ideas” and safe inventions. He pretends he has less power than he actually has.

He subconsciously returns to the shaping of limited realities. In fact, he carves out metaphysical positions that justify and rationalize his “limited power.” This is called “maturity.”

What inner resources does the individual consult and sift through, in order to shift from passivity to active creation? In a nutshell, the answer is: all his experience, his values, and whatever imagination he can bring to the table. There is no set method or pattern. That is the key. He finds paths, and he follows them. He invents new paths, and he probes their outer reaches and implications. The longer he works, the more imagination comes to the foreground.

It seems that humankind has been committed to trying every conceivable unworkable solution possible. In the fullness of time, every individual will give up the ghost and embark on a new search—based on his answer to the question:

WHAT DO I WANT TO CREATE?

Then a new day dawns.

Copyright © Jon Rappoport. All Rights Reserved.

The author of three explosive collections, The Matrix Revealed, Exit from the Matrix and Power Outside the Matrix, Jon Rappoport was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for thirty years, writing articles on politics, medicine and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at www.nomorefakenews.com. To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit from the Matrix, click here.

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