DO YOU KNOW A MAD HATTER? by Cathy D. Slaght
Is it possible that a wide range of medical and behavioral abnormalities- depression- obesity - diabetes- autism- attention deficit – bipolar- the list is growing- could be related to heavy metal toxicity?
The poisoning is very subtle, often starting out as simply some episodes of irrational behavior.
And think about it. There’s no question that air, food, water- medicines, vaccines, even some supplements- are loaded with it. Then there’s cosmetics, building materials- you get the idea. We can solve this problem, but first must realize what we’re up against.
A few things mentioned yesterday- like drinking a glass of water with 1 t. of baking soda every day, eating an apple or two, taking a good mineral supplement- are a fine start. Also, discernment as to what’s brought into personal environment is necessary.
But, as you realize how SERIOUS this problem really is- and how it may be impacting our society- you also begin to realize that messing with it as a lay person, for example buying products over the counter, could be like poking a beehive.
You could STIR UP the toxicity, making it worse! Just think of the poor liver!
That’s why, yesterday, I didn’t mention cilantro and chlorophyll- there are even some issues THERE!
PLUS, if it turns out there’s a problem, the idea that we can do a detox for a few months and get the heavy metal out- is not true. It takes years to accumulate, and years to clear. Plus, experts say it must be PULSED- on and off.
In other words, with suspected heavy metal toxicity you should consult an expert. There are doctors and coaches specially trained.
Meanwhile, awareness is crucial. Plenty of information online. LEAD, for example- check out the correlation to cancer. Also, look up how much lead is in certain alcoholic beverages.
And, are you familiar with The Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland? It seems at one time those who made hats used LEAD- and, over time, went insane. Do you know that MAD HATTER’S DISEASE still exists? It can mimic borderline personality disorder. Some symptoms:
Instability in interpersonal relationships
Rapid mood change
Despair and hopelessness
Feelings of emptiness
Inappropriate anger that cannot be controlled
Today, as part of our scan, we’re going to see what stress we may have related to these symptoms. If we do exhibit some stress, remember it doesn’t necessarily mean heavy metal toxicity. Blood sugar or mold could be involved- or maybe not. Thing is, why don’t we at least CHECK before prescribing medications to mask symptoms?
Also, remember, we’re working with the etheric field-
Cathy D. Slaght