ENSLAVED BY ADRENALINE DOMINANCE? by Cathy D. Slaght
To interface with higher levels of information that surround us, in order to create a life of joy, and abundance...
... which is our birthright...
...an open mind, pure heart, and clean body is necessary.
But 20% of the population here in America suffers from diagnosed anxiety disorder. No telling how many suffer but never get a formal diagnosis.
This disorder may be caused by sugary processed foods. And, typically, it makes a person crave MORE sugary foods, and/or feel the need to smoke and/or drink, which then further fog the mind, heart, and body,
This may lead to additional physical and/or mental problems, bringing on the need for medication- which can further disable the creation process.
So, yesterday a book I'd ordered came in-, ADRENALINE DOMINANCE by Michael E. Platt, M.D.
(and, adrenal dominance is not the same as adrenal fatigue.)
He had discovered that many dis-eases termed incurable were NOT- when adrenaline dominance was corrected.
AND- apparently it's not all that difficult to correct with natural methods.
Dr. Platt wanted to open clinics to address this, but instead lost his license to practice medicine.
Still, we have the information-
For starters, and there's a long list of physical dis-eases, too, which will be covered
- but the #1 cause of depression and/or anger may be adrenaline dominance.
Dr. Platt's protocol not only corrected this in most cases- in under 24 hours- but there was also significant success with panic disorder, which 6 million Americans suffer from-
-and bipolar disorder*.
* as of 2014, which is when this book was published, over 1 million children had been diagnosed as bipolar.
But what causes adrenaline dominance? Primarily a diet of sugary processed food- which depletes the brain of energy.
Hold that thought about brains possibly being depleted - and let's look,at what the Declaration of Independence REALLY said:
First, the only reason for government was to protect the people
ALL were to have the rights of Natural Law.
“Liberty” was seen as the right to self-determination, and “ the pursuit of happiness” meant no person was to be enslaved* by a government that didn't allow them to live their lives according to their capabilities and interests.
*Thomas Jefferson was against slavery, even though he had inherited slaves from his family- wanted to outlaw it in the constitution, but was overruled.
He probably couldn't imagine that many Americans would eventually be enslaved by what they ate.
So, we continue to balance stress related to the thymus and heart chakra - etheric, not physical
Then we'll be ready to address stress related to adrenaline dominance.
Cathy D. Slaght