Change your Perspective – Change your Health

Nothing can open your mind and stretch your perspective more than learning about Quantum Physics. The more I learn, the more I realize that nothing in the world seems right. Our entire reality and existence are based on out-of-date science and it can be so frustrating. We have the knowledge to turn around our healthcare system to one that doesn’t violate the first rule of the Hippocratic oath (which is Do no harm). We can administer healthcare that doesn’t harm the patients! We can treat and cure chronic illness if we just opened our minds to the quantum possibilities that rule this Universe.

I want to share one of the most valuable lines out of one of the textbooks that I recently had to read for my courses. This book is titled “Quantum Doctor” by Amit Goswami. He is a Quantum Physicist that truly has the human body all figured out.

“Emotions are more contagious than bacteria and viruses.”

This really hit home and I know that, of all the things that I can share and impart to help you improve your health right now, this is the biggest one. I want to discuss the impact of the constant stream of “bad news” that is pumping into your system daily, hourly, and even by the minute. There is not a doctor alive that doesn’t understand the placebo and nocebo effect. This is the power of the mind to directly affect the body in either positive or negative ways. Everybody has heard stories about people unknowingly taking sugar pills and their pain or illness completely goes away. Or, on the flip side, getting a terrible diagnosis and dying within a month. it works both ways!

With an understanding of the basic concept that our minds control our bodies, what do you think the result will be of constant “bad news?” The people that claimed to have our health and best interests at heart know precisely how dangerous all the constant stress and fear-inducing news is, but that certainly isn’t stopping them. I can’t help but wonder what would happen to virus numbers if there was a sudden shift in perspective – if there was a sudden change in mindset. What would happen if there were messages of hope and some positive news? The eyes or filter through which you look out at the world will unquestionably dictate the state of your health.

I would like to take this opportunity to change your perspective. I promise you, taking the time to explore these links may just change your mind, change your attitude, and change your emotions . . . which can quite possibly change your health and your life.

Celebrate What’s Right in the World

This 18-minute video talk by a National Geographic photographer will teach you how your perspective is everything! I can’t think of anything more useful in this world right now. This particularly hits home for me given that I too am a photographer. The tagline here is “Change your lens – Change your life” which I love given the fact that my tagline is “Change your energy – Change your life.” This video is filled with beautiful photography. I hope you enjoy it.

Change Your Perspective Regarding the Pandemic

I personally have been planning to do this research myself at the end of the year. What I was most interested in looking at is total overall death statistics in the US in 2020 as compared with previous years. Seems not many people are interested in these stats, which boggles my mind. Somebody at John Hopkins University saved me a whole lot of time and did exactly that. This should certainly shed light on the C-19 situation and hopefully help to change your perspective just a little. Here are some highlights from the article to help you decide if you want to read or watch further. (These are not my words. I copied and pasted from the article.)

  • Not only has C19 had no effect on the percentage of deaths of older people, but it has also not increased the total number of deaths in this country.
  • Death rates due to just about everything other than C19 have all significantly dropped and the total decrease in deaths by other causes almost exactly equals the increase in deaths by C19.
  • There is no evidence that C19 created any excess deaths. Total death numbers are not above normal death numbers.
  • The over-exaggeration of the C-19 death number may be due to the constant emphasis on C-19 related deaths and the habitual overlooking of deaths by other natural causes in society.
  • Although C19 is a serious national and global problem, society should never lose focus of the bigger picture — death in general is inevitable.

At present the US is experiencing a 1.12% increase in overall mortality rates for 2020- not good- pandemicky numbers to be sure. However, last year, 2019, there was also a 1.12% increase. Did we miss a pandemic in 2019? 2018 saw a 1.22% increase in mortality rates, 2017 saw a 1.24% increase, 2016 1.27% increase, 2015 1.27% increase, 2014 1.29% increase- all exceeding 2020’s increase in mortality rate- so does this mean we have had pandemics for the last 7 years?

Does this indicate non-stop pandemics every year for the last 7 years and we just weren’t paying attention and didn’t have the media to keep us properly informed? It isn’t until we go back to the year 2008 that we see a decrease in overall mortality rates in the US. For 20 straight years there were decreases in mortality rates and then in 2009 this changed- since then we have had an increase in mortality rates. Why is that? Could this point to the 2008 economic recession as being the leading indicator rather than some supernatural viral entity?

Again, those were not my words and came directly from the article. Please note that the original article as posted by John Hopkins University was forced to be taken off the internet. Heaven forbid people know the truth and change their perspective away from one founded in fear. I’m guessing by the time you read this article this other link that reprinted it will also be mysteriously gone. Please let this sink in .  . .  research done by John Hopkins Univ based on public data from the CDC is not allowed to be online. If you would like to read the entire article (and are lucky to get there in time), just click here.

You “might be able to” view the entire hour-long webinar by John Hopkins University where they go over these stats by clicking here.

Be Extra Careful of Media

This last one is a bit scary but I feel it’s important to share. This is an article that I wrote last month after studying for my Ethics course. We were learning how to treat survivors of abuse and trauma and a few pages of my textbook left me speechless. I found this to be very timely for what’s happening in the world right now and I think bringing it up and raising awareness could only help. Click here to read my article on mind control.

I only hope that this blog post may have stretched your mind and that you have caught even a tiny glimpse of how perspective is truly everything. I’m not saying that it will be easy to change perspective on certain matters, but just realize that it is possible and it will have an impact on every vital aspect of your being.