WYSONG e-HEALTH LETTER
for Thinking People~
W.) I know my article
on pet psychics
left many with the impression I had gone off the deep end.
Not only did I dare discuss the subject, but I even suggested
it might have some validity.
But please remember that the theme
of the e-Health Letter and our company, and the whole reason I
stay with it, is thinking.
This is not the place for convention
for its sake alone. I want the e-Health Letter to
be a challenge for you, to provide food for thought outside the
Besides, should we all not be
worshipping at the same altar, embracing the best religion of
all-truth? The only important doctrine in this church
is an open mind. Without it, how can we ever get close to
Maybe we should preface all the
newsletters with: "Halt! Don't enter
if you are only looking for confirmation of preconceived untested
Sorry, but I will never understand
what people have to fear from the search for truth.
Moving on to more weird stuff.
Now, don't get me wrong. I don't claim to be a psychic,
remote viewer, clairvoyant or the like (although I wish I weren't ...
I think ... I'm not really sure about all the clutter in
the minds of those folks).
This will also tie in with my
on exercise... a little, anyway.
When I have opportunity, I play
beach two-on-two volleyball. I've been at it for 10-15 years
and enjoy it immensely. If your partners and opponents have
a nice attitude, it's great camaraderie. It's wonderful
exercise, gets me outside in the sun and gives me physical goals
to strive for and model my workouts toward. You know, so
I don't just work out to see how big my biceps can get.
That's one of the reasons I recommended in my article
on exercise that you, too, find a physically challenging sport
to participate in.
this last week I was playing in the evening and was in a close
match. As it was my turn to serve, an opponent yelled, "Now
don't serve it into the post!" I chuckled at the gamesmanship
and proceeded with my usual spectacular overhand jump serve.
In amazement, we all watched the ball careen off my usually deft
hand, right into the post! There is plenty of other room
– the court is 30 feet wide and the posts are another 3-4
feet outside of that. Of thousands of serves I have done
over the years, that is the first time I ever did that.
Then, in another game we were
playing, I had this feeling – premonition, if you will –
that we were going to lose 0-11. Even though that
has never happened to me before, and in spite of the fact that
we tried as hard as we could and have often beaten these same
opponents, that was exactly the end score. Aside from the
sick feeling of an embarrassing defeat (and a lesson in humility),
I was struck by how I knew the end before it ever occurred.
I can't explain such things.
They don't make "sense." But all of us experience
such events if we take notice. They are often beyond
the possibility of coincidence. There is déjà vu, near death experiences, therapeutic
regressions into "past" lives done by heads of departments
in university hospitals, out of body experiences, healing with
prayer, healing with touch, hauntings, changing the outcome of
scientific experiments in physics with thought, and so on.
These events are not all hogwash.
is never defeated by an argument.
"supernatural," "miraculous" and "weird"
are contrived words to help us put these phenomena safely away
in our insecurity cupboards. In fact, it is all natural.Such events just do not fit our myopic
view of reality yet. Just because something does not conform to our narrow materialistic
paradigm, just because we can't understand something (like infinity,
nobody understands it but it must exist), does not mean it is
not true or should be taboo to investigate.
The point is, there is far more
to reality than we can fathom. We puny humans likely know
about one quintillionth (or whatever) of what there is to be known.
This is why we, as a company,
proceed with humility when it comes to attempting to identify
with precision, say, how many milligrams of magnesium, or I.U.'s
of vitamin A should be in the diet, or the like. It's why
the notion of "100% complete" processed food concoctions
are so absurd and intellectually repugnant. It's why the
dogmatic and reductionistic approach in conventional allopathic
medicine is not only unwarranted,
but fails so often. It's why we must remain open to
all possibilities until the facts close them out.
Stay open, alert and ready to
change. That is the only hope for the betterment of the
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