“Highly toxic chemotherapeutic drugs developed in the 1950’s kill ALL rapidly dividing cells in the body, which means not only cancer cells but many kinds of healthy cells as well” p.153
Chemotherapy, as a treatment for cancer, is counterintuitive then. Is it legal for me to say that? The above quote is from a Ph.D. neuroscientist who worked at the National Institutes of Health.
“I intuitively knew my father wasn’t going to make it.”-Candace Pert, p.158
“It was at this juncture in the episode that I found myself at an NIH lunch table, sitting opposite my onetime collaborator, verbally wrestling with him over control of the research. As the power boy sat across from me making demands, I was in no position to mount an effective defense, nor did I want to. In tough tones, he told me that he’d prefer to cut me out altogether, and deal only with Terry. This was his arena, he told me, in no uncertain terms, and I needed to understand that. After all, he was the chief, and if I was a good girl, maybe I would be considered for the position of research associate on future projects.”-p.157
I’ve encountered this in male chiropractors offices as well in the last five years. It’s outlined in my book “Healer”. Sometimes it seems as though we haven’t gotten much past Tudor England in the times of King Henry the VIII! It’s 2017 but the White House is still run like the Palace of the King and Queen.
“Whenever something doesn’t fit the reigning paradigm, the initial response in the mainstream is to deny the facts“-p.162
The thing about that is, that’s how all humans tend to react to information they don’t personally like. Our egos and feelings come first. The facts of the matter come second. IF….IF…we’d all pay attention to synchronicity and our intuition, that would not be the case. The fact is, intuition is rational and helps us feel secure because its basis is found in the body. It is no wonder that all of our institutions, (Church and State) and our health care system train us to ignore our own intuition about our body or tell us that we’re supposed to sacrifice them for the greater good. No, it’s for THEIR good they want our money, energy, time, and body. You can take it back.
We’ve evolved to pay attention to our feelings, instincts, and intuitions and all the great scientists and artists know that. I make a good living now that I’ve empowered myself and have my own business. You can too. But you have to love and honor yourself above what your parents and society tell you is acceptable.