As far as our group, we invert chemicals such as these a daily basis. (however it would help if we also stopped consuming them on a daily basis) We're working today on stress related to the nervous system and body salts. We asked for the dispenser (nutrition) and qigong. But along with this energetic work comes knowledge. The more you incorporate this knowledge, the more you may decide to make some changes in lifestyle.
And a possible synonym for change? REFUSAL
DO YOU REFUSE... by Cathy D. Slaght
...to get sick, live in pain, suffer from depression or even have a bad attitude?
If your answer is YES, then there's hope. After all, we're creators of our reality. We're electrical beings, although that concept still isn't widely acknowledged. The skeptics can always just say we're "mechanical", or "chemical". (actually we're a combination but it all boils down to electricity). Anyway, whatever the system, it needs to be balanced, in a state of homeostasis. Experts agree on that.
So, hold that thought. How have we gotten so "off balance"? Obviously that's what's happened, just look around at the suffering! 1 in 50 children are born with autism. 1 in 3 get cancer. Depression is an epidemic. Being slender is now the exception- many rank as "obese". (As far as diabetes, if things continue on the present pace, by the year 2026 there won't be any money in our health care system for anything else!) There's much more, but we don't need to focus on that. Instead, we just need some awareness of what could be going on so we can make our own lifestyle changes.
Yesterday I brought all this up to a friend and she said "Tell people what's happening because of Monsanto's Round-Up!" So that's how all this started. I went online last night to gather facts for a post. The information was shocking. In simple terms, it looks like the chemicals in Round-Up have played a major role in screwing up our digestion. These chemicals have made their way into the cells of the plants we consume. They even soak our wheat, rice, and beans in its primary chemical, glyphosate, before processing. Of course it's sprayed on the grass in our lawns and parks. And the studies that might have protected us? Skewed. For example, they might do a study for 90 days, which is simply not long enough, or study glyphosate on it's own, without combining it with the other chemicals in the herbicide.
The information was technical, and it's going to take some time to process. But what I kept hearing as a common thread was "sulfur deficiency". Since my brain was getting overwhelmed with info on bowel flora and amino acids I decided to google that.
Found this interview at http://www.GotSulfur.com Hope you have time to listen, and to share.
Cathy D. Slaght