Archive for May, 2010
Most of us are often not aware when or what we resist. Whatever uncomfortable things repeat themselves in your life show you where you are resisting desirable personal growth.
Are you still bothered by some family member’s behaviors/words? Still being bothered shows you are resisting.
Are you still bothered by situations in your past? You are resisting fully resolving that past.
You are resisting desirable growth if you often demonstrate at least one of the following: impatience, stubbornness, lateness, arrogance, procrastination or self-deprecation.
We need our resistances, every one of them, to protect ourselves at this moment in time.
Common resistances we think we “should” have.
1. Anger over certain societal difficulties (sexism, racism, homophobia)
2. Discomfort and worry about societal violence.
3. Specific large amounts of psychological pain when we are left by someone dying/leaving.
In summation, we need our resistances; but to maximize our happiness and our potentials we need to weed the neurotic ones out one by one by changing our emotions, thinking, and spirituality.
How do you stop resisting? Share your thoughts in the comments.
New research shows that research for cancer prevention is moving in a totally new direction. Evidence proves that certain foods prohibit cancer from taking hold or stop it coming back altogether.
Check out this video by Dr. William Li. He explains that drugs designed to cut off a cancerous tumor’s blood supply show promise, but diet can help keep the process from even starting in the first place.
According to Dr. William Li, we should eat the following foods in order to starve cancer: red grapes, strawberries, soy beans, parsley, and garlic. From my other research and readings, some foods like strawberries and grapes should be organically grown, if possible, because they carry a heavy pesticide load.
Check out the video to see amazing graphs of how these foods can help cancer to be starved of blood supply.
Dr. Li also cites research by the Harvard School of Public Health by Dr. Lorelei Mucci of 79,000 men:
“Men who consume 2-3 servings of cooked tomatoes per week have a reduced risk for developing prostrate cancer by 40-50%”
This is a new revolution in cancer prevention and treatment. Please share this post through Tweets and emails so that this information reaches as many people as possible.
Anticancer by David Servan-Schreiber