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posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 03:55 PM
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Very good information. It is nice to hear a real success story. Not a testimonial and not something fake.

I also feel like sharing some.

I too have completely altered my diet during the last few months. I have taken out all soda and junk food including any and all kinds of candy.

For breakfast I eat some carrots and a apple. For lunch I have a can of tuna and some greens or a subway 6" sandwich. For dinner, well I'm still working on that since I usually never eat dinner.

I am working on making meditation a daily habit and have looked into some detox things like phsyllium husks and bentonite clay along with other similar colon cleanse options to help detox. Your sauna idea has probably inspired me to do the same. Thank you!

I workout every night after work and lift weights and run for about an hour, every single day.

But with your inspiration I am going to add more to the list and am going to start filtering my water and avoiding, if possible, "all" processed foods.

I have not had a T.V. now for 2 years after I found out what it did to the minds of man. Now I read and write, which is really a amazing feat for me.

I drink occasionally, only on the weekend and only every so often.
However, my main problem is smoking. Any tips for that other than cold turkey? lol because I've quit many times.

S&F!




posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:02 PM
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thanks for answering my question!!

...i was beginning to think you forgot about me!


yeah so far, i've gone 10 days on this "Daniel Fast", and i haven't had meat. i also haven't had the desire to eat it either! i'm highly considering using this as a smooth transition to vegetarianism - i'm also trying to meditate more...

by the way, i'm going to watch that Peaceful Warrior movie, and as i'm researching it right now, i notice that Nolte's name is Socrates - i was just watching a video about Socrates not 4 hours ago!!!


...story of my life



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:06 PM
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seriousd question for you: though first ,that diet sounds awesome. i will give it a shot. i once did the master cleanse/lemonade diet, like the drink you mentioned. though with maple syrup and cayenne pepper. 10 days without food. just those drinks. and when it was over i felt fantastic. i know what you mean about cleansing. and calorie restriction. you remind me of a writer that calls himself elixxir. i just read a book by him which talks about a lot of what you are saying. it's called the immortalist manifesto. someone on ats actually turned me on to it. forget who. one question though, do you really believe that symptoms of add/adhd could be remedied through a complete cleanse? my adhd is something i've written about in one of the threads here. i won't go all into it again. what's your impression? would cleansing relieve the adhd symptoms? i'm willing to believe so. just want to know if you believe that yourself.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:07 PM
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Good Post, Starred and flagged.

Posts like this keep me going and give me the drive to complete what I started some 60 days ago. A total detox of pain and anti-anxiety meds(at very high doses).

I've cut the pain pills from 10 a day to 2. Over the last 45-55 days or so

Although to accomplish this unfortunately I havent been able to start cutting the anti-anxiety pills yet, and even have had to take an extra one on REALLY bad days.

I'm missing my leg above the knee, thats basically when I started with all these meds as I did need them at the time. but now.. they have me behaving like a recluse, and not takeing care of myself, and rarely going out, just doing nothing basically. Takeing up space is what I've done for the last 7 or so years I've been on these meds.

It's time NOW to make a positive Change!

Once I'm off the pain meds completely....Which shouldnt be much longer, I'll then start cutting down the anti-anxiety pills. A small piece every week or so as I hear it can be rough, and really terrible feeling comeing off the high dose I'm on.

But I MUST do this. I WILL do this!

Although I feel sick and nauseous, and have terrible back pains, trouble sleeping IF I sleep at all, hot and cold sweats, terrible flu like symptoms, sometimes I wonder why I'm doibng this? But I'm in my early 30's and I don't want to die a recluse at 50 years old from some disease of my liver or something.

But since I can't eat I take a good amount of vitamins, and I drink Ensures (when I can afford them), or just make ice cream shakes with milk and a banana. Solid food right now just makes me throw up, and since my stomach is nearly always empty, I'm dry heaving stomach bile, and it hurts REALLY bad.

Thanks for the inspirational post.

Even though I feel terrible now, I know there a light at the end of the tunnel, and thats what keeps me going. Plus family that are counting on me.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:12 PM
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No it's absolutely NOT good for you to masturbate

I had started going off on this the other day...

and got the SLAP from the mods lol, so I don't want to get to detailed nor derail this thread...

1: From a psychological perspective... your mind does NOT know the difference between fantasy and reality, if your using fantasy instead of reality to get off you creating a fatigue of arousal... at 19 or 21 or even 25 or 28 you might not notice this...

but try 10 years into marriage when your brain thinks you have spent the last 20 years doing it in 3 somes with super models... just ain't good... in the long run...

arousal will take more and more... sounds great when your still experimental... but what comes next? I would directly relate a rise in serious crimes like pedophilia and bestiality to over use of porn and over use of masturbation

2: I would add to that

Tantra teaches a very different thing and my life experience confirms it

A man can have only so many orgasms even in your prime, you can never go O for O with a woman that is relaxed enough to achieve orgasm readily

If you wish to be a good lover, maintain a strong erection and make HER happy, you don't want to waste it, you want to retain Orgasm as long as possible

I wont even get into what women go through from men via premature ejaculation...

and masturbation does not teach you how to hold back...

further, I am quite sure it shrinks the penis, an erection is blood flow, so longer, prolonging keeps it filled with blood and expands the veins system making for a larger erection over time

another point I would add... is damage to those same veins, the grasp of a powerful mans hand is not the gentle vaginal wall, it can't in time help anything

I would simply say... believe the 104 year old tantra expert, or the gym teacher with a state sponsored education


as I see it encouraging masturbation was a trick... it makes you sleepy, less motivated, keeps you at home and docile...

exactly as TPTB like you to be... without masturbation, surely men would be...far more aggressive than we are in daily life, and seeking REAL encounters with REAL women more often


Obviously, population control is the real reason it is encourage

Kinsey knowing let people know Masturbation was okay... not a Sin, he did not however say to make it your life's work



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by N3krostatic
I workout every night after work and lift weights and run for about an hour, every single day.


Can i just say that lifting weights every day is not a good idea. I could give you a long lecture about growth hormones, low testosterone, overtraining and microscopic muscle tears but i won't bother. Just maybe read more about weightlifting. Lifting everyday is something only pro bodybuilders do and they then are only able to do this with steroids.

If you are lifting every day without suffering any pain or aches i can only assume you're lifting very light weights and in all truth light weights are pointless for healthy individuals.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:14 PM
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Originally posted by mopusvindictus
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I have read allot about farming techniques and what may b happening to our food as a result of how we deal with our soil... it would be hard for me to explain myself as I am no expert...

But I highly recommend doing some reading on the subject to others... there is a reason I am excited that a small greenhouse is in my very near future



Check out the book "Dead Doctors Don't Lie"

the man who wrote that was trained as an Animal Doctor. He realized that most livestock don't visit doctors and are treated through supplements.

I'm sure that with agro farming, and the boxed-in, hormone fed animals we have now that don't have to live very long, "Health" is limited to "healthy enough to get fat."

His number one supplement was Calcium.

But he pointed out in his book, that we have to supplement to some extent, because due to our non-organic farming practices, a head of spinach today has about 1/25th as much vitamins as that same spinach had when our parents grew up. While the fertilizer is a great boon to growing lots of food, it doesn't put back into the soil all the nutrients in the soil, the way composting and natural practices do.

Hopefully with the "green energy" movement, we will go back to local farming and smaller farms. The agro business reaps lots of profits in distribution -- but not much for farmers. It's not much on our attention, but it's a huge waste of energy to ship it around the world.

If we ate better, less, and local, everybody benefits. It shouldn't always be about doing the most for the least because in the long run, all these things are going to bite us in ways we can't define.

We just won't feel well, or happy, and we won't really know why. It's death by a thousand cuts and as others point out -- you can't do a study on Vitamin C, or Avoiding Mercury and get the one solution to your life. You might live downstream of a coal mining operation, or you might have been drinking wine made from pesticide laden grapes.

Most people just tune out the "hippy herbal talk" because it is overwhelming all the sources of junk we have to deal with. That's why I am for more government oversight -- because I can't test the water, the hormones in the milk, and the quality of every sip of air.

But more than that -- we can't all do it alone. Of course -- I'm not saying that government needs to build our communities -- but we need to get people to feel (as we tend to move in herds), that it's OK to have your parents live in your house. It's OK to borrow the lawnmower.

>> And I need to start getting veggies from one of these local farm co-ops as well.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:15 PM
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Thanks and if I missed anyone who also affirmed this ty for the positive input...

it's simply true, it's a negative road on multiple levels



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:19 PM
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You should never go to fast... I don't at all recommend moving too fast, basically if you read through there are places where I desribe the 2 first simple things

Sweating and Breathing as the place to start

don't Ever... ever go on a fast right out of the blue,

Stretching comes before weight lifting, slowing down red meat comes before drastically reducing food...

everything being said... but baby steps



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:20 PM
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Yeah, I came back from liver cancer. Been teaching people how to do the same for eight years now.
Developed the Natural Healing Paradigm which unknowingly you did.
Natural Healing works. The medical paradigm doesn't and can't because it breaks the rules of Natural Healing. Docsutter.com
Healthlaws



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:23 PM
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I filled this in a post or two back and it does get deeper but another thread perhaps

take it seriously

even on a level of pheromone production after a couple of weeks I find I get more attention from real women, the smell...the pheromones are present and they are not when satisfied...

people will think i'm fulla bulla... but I swear, I swear... when not masterbating I can walk into a crowded room and make women turn around from 20-30 feet away

some would cite Tantra and say it's a body energy thing...

But I am sure it's a Pheromone issue and those pheromones are unconsciously picked up from quite a distance

look your either after real love or imaginary and... human contact is healthy, sitting by your keyboard is not



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:33 PM
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Thanks so much for the support... i'm loving that people in here can confirm these results on their own... that im not alone in this process...



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:37 PM
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Twice a day, on average.

No problems with reality.

My wife has had some time where she "just wasn't feeling right." But as soon as she was ready, I was back in action.

I could be "more" and I could be in better shape. But, of all the things I'm not good at -- S.E.X. is not one of them.

If this were bad for people, why would they be so compelled to want to engage in it?


Primitive healthy man, probably engaged in groups. Often. There was no cable TV 200 years ago.

Our society is stultified, Puritan and messed up cultures built on power and war.

>> All the happy people around the world, not anxious to be blown up or blow up someone else, are NOT playing with one, two, or more at the table.

Our brains are all about fantasy -- we are good at it.

>> I just have to strongly disagree with the whole "saving up" concept. You get more testosterone "exercising."

Do some research on Bonobo's sometime. That's the closest mammal to humans. they make you want to head back to the trees.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:38 PM
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Originally posted by ImaginaryReality1984

Originally posted by N3krostatic
I workout every night after work and lift weights and run for about an hour, every single day.


Can i just say that lifting weights every day is not a good idea. I could give you a long lecture about growth hormones, low testosterone, overtraining and microscopic muscle tears but i won't bother. Just maybe read more about weightlifting. Lifting everyday is something only pro bodybuilders do and they then are only able to do this with steroids.

If you are lifting every day without suffering any pain or aches i can only assume you're lifting very light weights and in all truth light weights are pointless for healthy individuals.


I think I can share some on this point. I too work out every single day. A good long walk before breakfast, then an hour or so cardio before lunch and lifting wheights in the evening (and relative to myself those wheights are certainly not light). And the thing is, I don't feel any pain, aches or whatever - I'm rarley even sore. Only impact I get is when dieting down as my focus is not that strong as when my energy consumption is in a slight surplus.

Our body is incredible and can withstand more than we think as long as we nourish it correctly. It will adapt to whatever training regime you have made for yourself. That's what the body does, adapt to your needs.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:38 PM
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The Pranayama done right actually will put me down ... when I combine it with Tibetan chanting, I have to do it very rarely because it can put me out for as much as a day



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by mopusvindictus
reply to post by Dorfdad
 


You should never go to fast... I don't at all recommend moving too fast, basically if you read through there are places where I desribe the 2 first simple things

Sweating and Breathing as the place to start

don't Ever... ever go on a fast right out of the blue,

Stretching comes before weight lifting, slowing down red meat comes before drastically reducing food...

everything being said... but baby steps


Yeah, that's good advice.

People Fasting need to cut out a few things and eat as much fruit and veggies as they can before getting intense. Best to get to know people who've done it.

If you are feeling really bad -- it's likely detox, but feeling light headed means you need to back off.

>> And I'll second that; Stretching to where it hurts, can end up making you less limber. Yoga should never hurt. Unless of course you are doing the really advanced stuff where you break tree limbs between your thighs -- but I'm sworn to secrecy on this secret sect.



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:43 PM
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Interesting that you would say that.

I actually have the basics of a plan in my head at this time for the purchase of some acreage and something that not far removed, including not just health aspects but working digital while not living in the city and natural power etc, etc

I am fortunate to be moving shortly to a place that is quite close to a small town where there is a University and a very upwards thinking culture, but my place itself is alongside a few million acres of woods give or take a few million

creation of a community around me would be a nice thing as my resources allow



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by ImaginaryReality1984

Originally posted by N3krostatic
I workout every night after work and lift weights and run for about an hour, every single day.


Can i just say that lifting weights every day is not a good idea. I could give you a long lecture about growth hormones, low testosterone, overtraining and microscopic muscle tears but i won't bother. Just maybe read more about weightlifting. Lifting everyday is something only pro bodybuilders do and they then are only able to do this with steroids.

If you are lifting every day without suffering any pain or aches i can only assume you're lifting very light weights and in all truth light weights are pointless for healthy individuals.



Point taken. Although I am building. I switch between muscle groups every day. First day is arms, shoulder, pects and stomach. Second day is back, and legs. I run every day though.

I also take regular and appropriate doses of protein shakes after working out which include glutamine, whey, and all the other essentials. I don't use steroids and have significantly went up in the amount of weight I lift, press, curl and such. I also sleep quite a bit, about 9 to 10 hours a day for rest. The main reason I do it every day is because I have a jello cubicle job and refuse to turn into, well, jello. lol

I don't lift lightly. I lift heavily and after a few weeks move up my weight in what exercise I feel appropriate, without being sore for more than a few hours after the workout. I have lost weight and gained definition and bulk from running and from lifting. The only time I am sore is right after lifting and it only lasted for a few days when I first began.

[edit on 17-6-2009 by N3krostatic]



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:47 PM
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I feel quite certain, if I had gone the route of using medication I'd look like Janet Reno right now...

and no one wants that

i'd probably scare my avatar

ty...



posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 04:48 PM
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Mopusvindictus,

You really inspired me here, I have always hated doctors in a way because I know they are poisoning and killing off society. The food companies and fast food restaurants also doesn't really have our health in mind.

I haven't eaten red meat or chicken in a year, but I can't keep myself from eating sweet and chocolates and all those yummy stuff! Also I'm always hungry!

Can you please propose a diet for me, or refer me to a book or website that can help me with a nice diet, because I'm confused in that area of expertise.

Thanks






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