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There is an ancient spiritual adage, "When the student is ready, the teacher appears." I teach Law of Attraction from a spiritual perspective. Without the connection to Consciousness - Source - AllThatIs, it just doesn't make any sense. There is no fluffy bunny - "just feel good" thinking here; everything I give you is grounded in science or the oldest spiritual wisdom, or both. Information here is practical, usable and will deepen your understanding, and consequently, give you better and better results.

Monsanto Won! Game over, Give UP!


Angelina Jolie cut off both her breasts so she doesn’t get cancer. When I heardpink ribbon - not the news, my first thought was that the Medical Industrial Complex has won! And that includes Monsanto and GMO foods – a.k.a frankenfoods –and the FDA and Big Pharma. Then I started hearing women interviews say, “She’s my hero – she is so strong – she is such a role model.” I had to look around for somebody to scream at. Are they F’ing crazy??? We now think it’s OK to CUT OFF PARTS OF OUR BODY IN ORDER TO STAY HEALTHY?! Is this sick or what?? This is not OK! Particularly for women who have been discriminated against and subjugated since history began. Can you imagine a man cutting off his favorite part so as not to get ill? Of course not! Such an absurd idea wouldn’t even be considered. Let’s remember that all these companies named above are run by men. Women have more fat tissue than men – we carry these toxins in our fat and are more susceptible to their poisons than they are. But that’s another rant for another time.

Where we used to drug ourselves into illness with physician prescribed meds that slowly erode our organs and kill us while temporarily suppressing our symptoms, now we just cut the part off. I’ve been saying for years that all these “wars on whatever illness” don’t work. You can’t put all your attention on a thing and expect it to go away. It defies the laws of nature. It defies the laws of nature, folks!

When I teach law of attraction, I counsel my clients to be careful about the messages they accept into their consciousness. One of my clients wanted to do a Walk for the Cure. My advice to her was that she will be surrounded by folks focusing on disease, telling their sad stories, and in constant discussion about being a person with a disease. Did she really want to be immersed in that environment? Those “walks” come with all kinds of unconscious messages. There is also the implication that you can walk to be healthy but you are going to end up sick anyway. There is the confusing message of fun being tied with tragic illness. There is the mixed message that to be a strong and capable woman, you have to have overcome some big adversity – like cancer. And there is the despairing “hope” for a cure that never comes. I told her there are many, many ways to help in more positive, more energetically supportive ways.

Have we eradicated ANY illnesses lately with all our expensive, sophisticated, ‘controlled – by – the – self-proclaimed – experts’ medicine? Other than vaccines, which bring their own problems later, and other than bacterial borne illnesses, which, we all know, if you kill too many they come back with a vengeance as unkillable super bacteria; have we really eradicated any disease lately? Think about that for a minute. The vast amounts of dollars raised by the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association haven’t cured ANYTHING yet! Isn’t there something wrong with this picture? And let’s all realize that neither those charities or any other are focused on putting themselves, with their high salaries, out of business. They talk about “Breast Cancer Awareness;” they don’t talk about a breast cancer cure. Their aim is always to “treat,” “manage,” or “control” the disease. Yo, folks, what happened to finding a CURE???

Yet there is a vast body of literature that discusses cures for cancer. And because these cures are mostly natural, herbal and based on real foods, no one is motivated to run expensive, government-approved studies. The literature is mostly anecdotal – which only means that no one has had the multiple millions of dollars to do double blind tests on natural plants and foods. And also implies that the stories cannot be trusted. Which is patently untrue. Those who know they work just quietly keep taking care of themselves. They don’t need government approval.

To name just a few cures that have worked for many people for many years in cultures other than ours: O. Carl Simonton got remarkable results using visualization in curing cancer. The literature on Essiac is voluminous, as well as the literature on a macrobiotic diet as a cure. Red rice, another historical cure, is now coming into the news and I’ve heard (I don’t know if it’s true) the government is trying to suppress it. Chelation works for heart disease. As a spiritual process, forgiveness often works. Yes, really. Of self and of others. And there are many more. And let’s not forget the basics. How about real, natural, minimally processed food? How about easy and cheap access to real, whole foods for everyone? Then we can step out of the twilight zone of thinking it is heroic for a woman to cut off her breasts in fear!

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3 comments to Monsanto Won! Game over, Give UP!

  • “The law of attraction is the name given to the belief that “like attracts like” and that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results.[1][2][3][4] This belief is based upon the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from pure energy, and the belief that like energy attracts like energy.[citation needed] One example used by a proponent of the law of attraction is that if a person opened an envelope expecting to see a bill, then the law of attraction would “confirm” those thoughts and contain a bill when opened. A person who decided to instead expect a check might, under the same law, find a check instead of a bill.[5]

    Although there are some cases where positive or negative attitudes can produce corresponding results (principally the placebo and nocebo effects), there is no scientific basis to the law of attraction.[6]“

  • lorna1239

    Emily, I’m sorry, but you are wrong. This is leading edge science, consequently not all scientists agree but there is lots of proof. It just takes an open mind to see the bigger implications. The observer effect in quantum physics is proof; although there are still some old guard physicists who deny quantum mechanics – even Einstein had difficulty with it. The placebo and nocebo effects you mentioned are proofs that have been widely seen, and widely denied by the medical establishment who give no credence to consciousness and continue to think we have poison ourselves or cut out or off parts of our bodies to get well. They have been looking at, and ignoring, the placebo effect and spontaneous remission forever. That hasn’t stopped people from using their consciousness to get well. And physics now is finding that consciousness, and nothing else, is the ground of all being. The law of cause and effect is fundamental in how the universe works. Intention and observation create our world.

  • Clare Goldsberry

    Emily – scientists have done many studies about the Law of Attraction and the power of the mind to create what we experience. Rupert Sheldrake, for one, has done some amazing studies on morphic resonance and non-locality and the power of thought to attract and repel negative energies. He is a scientist and his studies are truly amazing! Check it out.

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