A belief is not a truth
A belief can become a trap in your mind and cause you to suffer or be a victim, possibly even for your whole life. It can make you ill or well. It can have an effect on so much of your life, both body and mind. Affect you in either positive and enhancing ways or negative and damaging ways, that choice is already ours to make. The “Placebo Effect” has been shown in tests and experiments to reveal how something perceived as good for you can enable you to cure yourself of illness without having to take a real medication—unknowingly taking a placebo (dummy nonmedication) that has no effect at all on your health.
The tiniest amount of truth can allow a much bigger deception to become convincing in its larger scope by the power of the component of truth that is embedded within. Much like the sugar on a bitter pill we use to swallow the underlying unpleasantness of the pill. It becomes evident when we understand the use and power of words, listen carefully to what is spoken, and the language used to convey messages and information via media and other sources. A small but truthful comment can be added to a text to create a sense of believability, especially when it is used at the start of dialogue or text. It builds a foundation for the rest to sit upon in a credible way.
A belief can be forced upon us through certain ways that encourage us to fit in with society and not stand alone in the world in what we eventually believe. We may not naturally choose or agree with something that appears in our daily life. To illustrate that, take a person or organisation who uses an element of truth to create a belief and perception, which contradicts their actions in other areas of their activity. Saying one thing while doing the opposite. With current ecological issues, this is described as ‘Greenwashing’ and something that large corporations are being accused of – a degree of truth implanted in a pledge, while they actively pursue another direction, one that is in direct conflict with the statement.
The information that follows may inform you of things that you might not be familiar with, and as such, a degree of license can be employed to create a false impression or acceptance of additional misleading information. It allows a salesperson to be free with the use of words and bend the truth to seek and secure a sale, or in other situations where the desired outcome is one created by another, not ourselves. I’m sure you can look back and see times in your life when you had this type of experience.
Knowing the truth
When you are empowered with Truth, it has the power to set you free. It is an instinct that I believe is inherent in us from birth but like so much else in our ability to conceptualize it has been lost or more accurately, we have become disconnected from it making it more difficult to know what the truth is. To be even more exasperated by media of all kinds as a result of decay into regurgitating information in misinformed ways. Thus, creating a greater separation from the basic and essential part of our natural state. It has come to the point where it creates a state of misbelief in our own thinking and perception. If allowed to become a repeated experience, it can turn into that misconception of truth.
We have a choice. Receptor cells within our body are important in deciding what we’ll accept or reject. They will allow only what a body can already create into our cells and in changing our health and biological condition. It does this on a non-stop basis throughout our lives. In terms of modern medicine, I believe it can be so much more. Over the counter and prescribed medication come with information in tiny print on the product or packaging. The small leaflet that often accompanies them mentions the correct use and dosage, along with a range of possible side-effects, which may be encountered by taking said medication. This has become the acceptable standard in modern medicine, creating medicines that may help you but come with a known risk attached. In some cases, taking the medication will not provide the result or effect desired, thus rendering it useless. In these situations, there may be a very simple reason for that outcome. If a medicine contains any chemicals that our body does not create itself, how likely is it to absorbed and used by our biology? If it is not used within us, where does it go? While in us, could they create undesired ‘side effects’ by their presence?
It is important to mention, that I am not advising anyone not to take prescribed mediation they have or will be given. Especially, if they have suffered a condition that has required surgery or some such intervention with their physical body or for psychological reasons. As a result of an accident or to prolong life and, or to remove infection, disease, or parts of the anatomy that need treatment in that way.
Medical science is astonishing in the manner at which it has developed and continues to do so. But it should not exclude thinking outside of conventional approaches and the historic success of other natural remedies that have been shown to treat many things. I do not understand why homoeopathy is being excluded from medicine today and banned in France—and likely other countries, too. Is this an example of the power of corporations taking control of the world of medicine and treatments? Surely natural treatments that use nature as their suppliers must be more in alignment with our bodies than chemical concoctions?
Within each and every one of us, is the ability for our biology to produce a huge range of chemicals. These range from being produced in various physical, biological, and psychological states that we find ourselves in at any given moment. In the case of fear or anxiety, for example, the brain detects our state and acts in an automatic manner. It will produce the chemicals our body needs to support whichever state we are in and it knows what we require. The downside to this is that the process is also responsible for potential addictions to be created for anything. If we get a high from gambling, the chemicals are produced to support that. In the regrowth of the receptor cells, they are more resilient to that stimulus and require a higher level of stimuli. This is how addiction is created and its requirement to satisfy a desire, and thereby to create the chemistry within us to pacify that demand.
The human body is a system more advanced than any computer that exists today. We are the most incredible and complex system that can consciously self-regulate and heal itself. The process that goes on internally from the moment we are born to our death is nothing less than sheer wonder in its intricate and mind-blowing way, how it all works and connects on a subatomic level. Our cells produce photons of light to communicate with each other, Each cell has the equivalent of an antenna and a transmitter. Each cell generates 0.7 volts, a very small charge, but when you understand that we have 50 trillion of them, that equates to a total potential of 3.5 trillion volts from our cells. This is just a very small part of what we are.
I hope this begins to make you realise how we are so much more than we imagine.
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