The past year or two have been difficult for many people, with a range of emotions including frustration, anxiety, depression, confusion, and panic. These negative experiences can take a toll on both the mind and body.
How have the events of the world affected your own mind and body? If you are anything like the average American, it was probably fraught with just about every odd and perplexing emotion, peppered with a good helping of frustration with how this country has lost sight of it’s whole purpose.
As a physician, I have seen a significant increase in the number of patients experiencing significant problems in the past three years. These problems include such conditions as:
- Suicidal ideations soaring
- Suspicious feeling and mistrust in general
- Loss of sense of self and stability in life
- Heart dysrhythmias and heart disease in all ages
- Blood clotting leading to heart, lung, limb, and brain dysfunction
- An upsurge in cancer in all ages
- High rates of autoimmune diseases
- An uptick in memory loss and dementia
- Weight gain of 20 plus pounds in many with dietary indiscretion
- Death in very high numbers
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The Causes of Our Emotional and Physical Imbalances
The events of 2019-2020, including the global panic and hysteria caused by the pandemic, have had a destabilizing effect on the world. This all came from mass panic and hysteria, fear, quarantining, lockdowns, deaths, mass injectables causing an enormous amount of injury, disability, hatred, oppression, coverups, depression, anxiety, division, pain from every direction and total confusion that all led to global imbalances.
Lessons 1 to 10: Manipulating nature’s order, simplicity, and intelligence can lead to devastating consequences.
It is important to recognize that manipulating nature can have devastating consequences, and we must learn from this experience in order to make better decisions in the future. There is evidence to suggest that gain-of-function bioweapon research was being conducted in China with the involvement of the US, and the handling of the crisis by global leaders has led to a decline in public health and a lack of trust in governing and regulatory organizations.
Thankfully, many leading physicians, scientists, and other professionals have stepped up to help reverse the damage caused by the events of the past few years. These individuals have worked tirelessly to save lives and promote overall health, often in the face of inadequate leadership and support. It is important to support and uplift these heroes, as they are crucial in helping to rebuild and improve the health of our communities.
According to my research and information from trusted sources who have uncovered fraud and crimes at the highest levels, our country and many others have been led down a path that is not in our best interests.
Lessons 11 to 21: It is important to verify and validate information from highly trusted sources with a history of integrity before accepting it as true.
The following factors have contributed to our vulnerabilities in terms of weakened immune strength and increased susceptibility to severe illness, particularly in the presence of viral agents (or weapons):
- Environmental toxins with a barrage of chemicals and radiation in food, water, homes, personal care items, agriculture, vehicles, workplaces, hospitals, military sites, schools, etc.
- Cellular and WiFi systems are given additional mention due to their negative effects on the body in general
- Refined carbohydrates and most vegetable oils with highly inflammatory omega-6 fatty acids
- Processed meats, poultry, and farmed fish
- Poor or inadequate sleep
- Hormonal imbalances from multiple disruptors mentioned above, as well as plastics, flame retardants, fuel with petroleum, metals, and solvents
Research has shown that individuals in the US who were most vulnerable to the “V” (presumably referring to the pandemic or a specific virus) were heavy consumers of the previously mentioned unhealthy items, had low levels of vitamins D, zinc, minerals, and antioxidants such as vitamin C and glutathione, were sedentary or relatively inactive, highly stressed, or taking multiple pharmaceuticals. Furthermore, those who had received one or more injections from any pharmaceutical company were at an increased risk for illness or injury.
It is important to note that philanthropy and humanitarianism are not motivated by profit, but rather by a genuine desire to help and support others. There is currently a lot of clean up in progress being done to address the issues and challenges facing our society, and individuals can play a role in this process by taking steps to improve their own health and well-being.
Clean Up Takes Time & Patience
At WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center, we are guided by a universal energy that pushes us to act in ways that are authentic, right, and promote life. Our team is dedicated to living healthy lifestyles, and I am committed to helping others do the same.
When I encounter someone who is seeking guidance and direction to improve their health, my plan is to support them in reaching their goals through the use of their own natural abilities and the aid of helpful, life-supporting items.
- Organic, whole, non-genetically altered foods – mainly plants, some fish, and minimal animal muscle
- Quality beverages including fresh water and low or non-caffeinated types
- Quality supplements – oral, infusions, topicals
- Homeopathic compounds
- Powerful antioxidants like glutathione (found to reduce spike proteins from “V” or the jab)
- Powerful chelators such as EDTA and vitamin C (as above)
- Salt therapy
- Sauna – near infrared excellent for inducing heat shock proteins to help with pain and inflammation, tissue renewal, and detoxification
- Massage of varying types for specific needs
- Life coaching
- Pure bioenergy with Dr. Maria
- Gentle frequencies from BEMER/KLOUD
- Crystals and stone energies
- Meditation/breath work
- Tai Chi
- Aerobic (isotonic) and isometric exercise – daily for 30 minutes
- Pharmaceuticals that are least harmful and preferably compounded to enhance function and protect against harmful exposures
Improving Your Eating Habits
In order to improve gut health, boost immunity, facilitate weight loss, improve diabetes management, lower blood pressure, reduce pain, and enhance brain function, it is essential to:
- Take time for your meals every day
- Choose whole grains and soak them before a final cook
- Sit without looking at your phone, watching TV, or working for optimal health outcomes
- Eat slowly and chew well
- Stop eating 3 hours before bedtime
- Eat less or time-restrict the intake of all solid foods through daily intermittent fasting or weekly fasts
- Consider doing a prolonged liquid fast for 3 or more days with proper guidance to promote autophagy and stimulate stem cell activity
- For clean-up of poor food intake, add 1-2 activated charcoal capsules in the morning and don’t eat a meal until close to noon; repeat for as long as needed
- Get sunlight between 10 AM and 2 PM for at least 15 minutes daily for lighter skin and 30-60 minutes for darkly pigmented skin; use supplemental vitamin D3 for sun-lacking periods of at least 5000 IU (125 mcg) per day; have your vitamin D levels measured every 6-12 months
Additionally, consider consuming more prebiotic foods at mealtime, such as:
- Jerusalem artichokes
- Kidney beans
- Most other beans
Cultured foods can also be beneficial, including:
- Miso soup
- Pickled vegetables
- Water kefir
- Sourdough bread (in small amounts if desired)
I, personally, do not promote dairy due to the hormones, poorly digestible proteins, and diet of dairy farm cattle.
Other microbiome-friendly foods include:
- Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, kale, collards, turnips
- Bitter greens
- Acorn squash
- Butternut squash
- Pumpkin seeds
Workshop Presentation by Dr. Maria Scunziano-Singh, MD, NMD
Live a Healthier Lifestyle
Living a healthy lifestyle is important for a variety of reasons. It can help you feel your best both physically and mentally, and can also reduce your risk of developing chronic conditions such as obesity, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes.
A healthy lifestyle may include regular physical activity, a balanced diet, and sufficient sleep, as well as managing stress and engaging in activities that bring joy and fulfillment. By taking care of your overall well-being, you can improve your quality of life and potentially live a longer, happier life.
A healthier lifestyle includes:
- A 30-minute exercise routine daily with strength/weight training at least 2x weekly
- Slow, deep, conscious breathing daily for at least 5 minutes; stop, look, listen, and breathe
- Daily body self-massage or rebounding
- Natural environment around you – add more plants and trees within and surrounding your home and workplace/space
- Cultivate good habits; avoid criticism and confrontation
- Perform random acts of kindness to self and others to bring joy to you and your planetary siblings
- Aim for at least 2 healthy bowel movements daily
- Have your lighting dimmer in the evening and go to bed before midnight in a very dark room that is not too hot
- Use natural personal care products that you make at home or purchase at a conscious market
- Grow vegetables with organic techniques
- Learn new things that are worthwhile – language, instrument, art, sport, hobby
- Meet up with people who are positive, truthseekers, and kind
A healthier lifestyle does not include:
- Highly processed foods with fillers, additives, artificial flavoring, coloring, and sweetening
- Microwaveable butter-flavored popcorn – contains a compound called diacetyl that is dangerous to the gut and can increase beta-amyloid protein (which is responsible for harming the brain and reducing cognition)
- Microwaving – lowers the nutritional value of food due to radiation wave bombardment; transfer of this energy to the human gut is not recommended
- Aspartame, sucralose
- Aluminum cooking pans, coated pans – toxic!
- Plastics, styrofoam, and other petroleum products that are not recyclable or biodegradable
- Fluoride toothpaste or other dental products
- Amalgam fillings – ask to have white resin for any cavities and replace amalgams with resin as soon as possible
- Constant exposure to radiation from cellular systems including phones, watches, servants, appliances, alarms, smart meters, baby monitors, Bluetooth (especially 5G) – keep your time limited and a wide distance most of the time; do not have a cell phone on in your bedroom
- Microchips in the body
- Any further injections from a pharmaceutical company that has been sued for millions of dollars and offers empty or false promises
A New Attitude for a New You
My suggestions for this new year with a new outlook on the health of the mind and body, which will translate to the health of the world, are as follows:
- Believe in your own healing abilities
- Pay attention to the details that have been described and reinforced
- Stick to a schedule and don’t break it
- Devote time to yourself every day without an excuse
- Be your own advocate and don’t be forced into anything
- Set SMART goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and on a Timely basis
As an example, if you want to lose weight:
- S = 20 pounds in 6 months
- M = check weight every Sunday and log it in a journal
- A = Can I get to this goal in this time frame? Know your abilities and do your best to at least try for 50% of the total
- R = The is important for my health
- T = Aiming for 6 months to have lost this amount
Set simple, uncomplicated goals like exercising every day for 10-30 minutes. Appreciate the benefits in both the short and long term. When you keep your goals simple, you will generally be happier and more motivated to achieve them. If you need help reaching your goals, you can seek guidance from us here at WellCome OM.
May you find peace within yourself and let the energy you generate take you to new heights. You can accomplish this with a positive attitude for the new year.
For more information on the offerings at the Wellcome OM Center, please contact our team in the Heal Building (the blue-colored building) at (352) 600-4242. For specific appointments with Dr. Maria, Diane Friedberg, or Jayne Arrington, please contact Mary Taclik at (352) 584-9080.
References and Recommended Reading
- Kushi, M. (1986). The book of macrobiotics. Tokyo, New York: Japan Publications.
- Leake, J., & McCullough, P., M.D. (2022). The courage to face COVID-19. Texas: Counterplay Books.
- Mercola, J., DO, & Cummins, R. (2021). The truth about COVID-19. Florida Health Publishing. USA, Canada.
- Ornish, D., M.D. (2007). The spectrum: A scientifically proven program to feel better, live longer, lose weight, gain health. New York: Ballantine Books.
- Pirello, C. (2018). Back to the cutting board. Texas: BenBella Books.
- Scunziano-Singh, M. (2018). Be consciously healthy: Awaken to your best life. USA: NOW SC Press.
- Watson, B. (2008). The detox strategy. New York: Free Press.