Being Good vs. Being Great

A while ago, I read a story about an obviously famous Baseball player, that I never heard of before, as I have never been specifically interested in Baseball. His name is Babe Ruth. And his story illustrates perfectly the transition from being good to being great.

When Babe Ruth was 19, Jack Dunn, owner and manager of the Baltimore Orioles (a Boston Red Sox minor league team at the time), recognized his talent and signed him to a contract. After only five months with that team, the Boston Red Sox purchased Babe

There is no cure for disease, but there is a solution, the end of disease

There is no cure for disease, but there is a solution, the end of disease

There is no cure for disease, but there is something better, a solution that could mean the end of disease. When we correct conditions and imbalances we find associated with disease or body malfunction the problem often goes away. Not all the conditions and imbalances exist in the body some exist outside of the body in our environment and societal systems.

There is in general, no specific single cause of a disease because a multitude of factors or sub system failures, or data corruption can give rise to a condition we label with a disease name. There is no specific single factor associated with a disease but a multitude of factors. There may be some higher level subsystem failures directly attributable to a specific disease label. A number of chemicals are needed for a chemical reaction or process, if any are missing from the point of reaction within a process the entire process fails, and if this failure occurs repeatedly it causes failures of higher level system processes and even entire organs and finally the body.

A cure would require altering the bodies? physiology, physics, and manipulating natural chemical pathways and molecular processing. Some drugs may be able to do this and eliminate or alleviate the symptoms, they may create an artificial correction of an imbalance however they are not native compounds in the natural systems and there are no natural controls to maintain the dynamic balance between other processes and the supporting chemical compounds as well as the complex chemical reactions they may affect of disrupt.

Read: Five Stages of Nutrient Deficiency Leading to Disease

Drugs could never be a cure

Some drugs may cause irreversible damage or interference with other subsystems. This is not to say that in some special situations or in a life threatening emergency that certain drugs cannot prevent or circumvent complete system failure and as such should always be taken into consideration with a detail understanding of how they function at the molecular level, as well as the other compounds and systems they may interact or interfere with.
Anyone that has ever watched drug commercials or read the material that comes with their prescriptions has seen the numerous side effects that sometimes are worse or more damaging in the long term than the condition that is being treated. A side effect is a nice word for damage and disruption to various systems in the body and the chemical processing associated with them. Quite often the ‘side effects’ are feedback and signals from the body that that normal processing is being disrupted and causing the body to malfunction.

Gaining my health with The Seven Spiritual Laws

During my Seven Spiritual Laws of Yoga training I started to realize how I could use these daily actions or spiritual laws to gain my health back when it goes down hill again. Actually it is mainly the first 3 that make the difference in gaining my health. When things start to get chronically wrong with my health I start by looking at the spiritual law of Pure Potential. This tells me to cultivate stillness, or calm my mind down. I can

Is “Ghizz” the New Super-food?

A trip to a Whole Foods market is always a pleasant adventure if not an education in wellness. From the delicious olives to the fine wines and exotic cheeses to the organic goat milk ice cream, who doesn’t love Whole Foods?! Needless to say, the samples are always my highlight. A few months ago, I was venturing through the aisles when I came across a sampling of an odd product called Ghizz.