A gloomy looking day outside so maybe a good time to write. I know I share some fairly personal stuff here and sometimes wonder why I do that. Probably the biggest reason is that the problems I face are not unique really, and the human condition is where we are all at, in one way or another. I remember reading years ago a chapter in one of Alan Watts many books (I think it was The Book On The Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are) about how to be a genuine fake. The confusion about this seems to be growing rather than the opposite, for many.
So I try to be real, as best I can. Which means everything isn't always peaches and cream. Nor is it really that way for anyone who is real, because all life on earth is now experiencing a struggle for survival in one way or another, and more so for some than others. Those of us here in America tend to live life in a bubble and not realize we are part of something much bigger, and somewhat insidious, if I may say. And, I do say that because of some of what I have come to see about the bigger picture and those who deem themselves in a position to steer the rest of us.
As I have recently shared I have been experiencing some health issues, and made some changes in my diet, which should have set things to right. Alas, it wasn't so. There has been an epidemic of people with diarrhea lately that just doesn't want to go away, and, since I have had several bouts of this in the last three years I didn't wast time when I woke up a few days ago with myself having this experience. I have my suspicions and intuitive hunches and decided to go with the lemon juice, maple syrup and cayenne in water diet rather than run to my local physician (which I don't really have, LOL - they would think I was nuts anyway and try to prescribe some kind of medication for being whacked). I am on my third day and it has been interesting.
One thing I noticed is the constant nasal congestion seems to be abating, and yesterday woke up and had more energy than I have had in some time. I have also experienced some rather intense headaches, but rather than take anything for them, as that would be counterproductive, I have just waited it out and they pass. It's a common experience when cleansing as toxins are being released. I've also noticed some of my brain fog has been lifting as well. Even though I eat better than most I discovered that this problem (can you say Monsanto?) of glysophate on so much of our food puts us all at risk. After having done a bit more research on what is known through actual studies that have been done, I admit I was a bit shocked at just how pervasive and severe it is as a contributor to chronic illness that doctors will almost never even consider. No, they'd rather give you medication to cover up symptoms and do expensive and sometimes harmful tests only to give you a label that for some reason makes people feel better, in their mind anyway. Because I rarely see anyone actually get better once they start on that bandwagon.
And this all concerns me because I have also been looking into farming practices and how that impacts my animals health as well. We don't immunize our animals either, and so was also shocked when I looked at our last veterinary receipt and see that there are now 6 different immunizations for dogs! I only remember rabies and parvo, so what happened? It's become big business, is what has happened. And the glysophate issue affects the dry dog food, commercial goat feed, and, I found out, even oats are sprayed.
To change gears again, as the brain fog is beginning to clear and I can actually put more than a few thoughts together, I want to mention that I asked spirit about what I should do a few days ago when I wasn't seeing an improvement in my overall health and then did a reading. The first card I drew was water spirit. This was maybe a day or two before the other problem set in. Then I, you know, being kind of stubborn and dense (my first thought was to do this fast that I'm doing), I had the most wonderful homemade burritos ever, made by me of course : ) I know I sound like I'm bragging, but seriously, they were that good, and I was looking forward to leftovers the next couple of days. Instead, I've watched my husband eat them. It's all right though, because it's worth it to feel better. Anyway, two days ago when I started the fast I did another reading and I thought, wouldn't it be funny if I got the water card first again. You guessed it! I was like, thump on the forehead, I just don't listen sometimes.
I've had pretty severe fatigue for some time now and you'd think I'd be bed ridden not eating for three days but I feel like something vital is coming back to me. I'm not telling anyone not to seek medical advice, I'm just saying don't discount your intuition either. And for me, well, I figure our so called modern medicine has been experimenting on the population for some long time now, and I reserve the right to do so as well. Personally I think I'd be dead if I had followed everything I'd been told by the so called experts. Do I sound a little pissed? Actually, I am. I know people that are dying and people who have died who didn't even realize they had any other choices available to them.
That gets back to the glysophate issue. I'll put some links at the end that I thought were helpful, and admit, I was shocked to learn there is even a connection with Lou Gehrig's disease (which my mother and several other cousins of hers died from, and all were born/raised in the same general area in California), and Multiple Sclerosis (the rate for Spokane, WA area is one of the highest there is). I do realize some people have made choices to go a certain way even before they incarnated, so I have no problem that there will always people be leaving this plane for a variety of reasons. But I also know some who really didn't have to check out, and didn't know there was any other choice.
And I was told way back thirty years ago that because of the heart issue I had I could apply for vocational rehabilitation (which had an incredibly long waiting list) and that I shouldn't really carry in more than a ten pound bag of groceries. My husband had his neck broken (was shot through both the knees and crawled around through agent orange - there's that Monsanto again) and was told he could never jump out of an airplane again. Anybody reading this thread knows it didn't slow him down at all. We do bump up against limitations, and sometimes they are things that challenge us, but it never hurts to question and explore. Thankfully!
It does seem as though they are making a rather concerted effort to take away the people's ability to think for themselves, and so far have actually been quite successful. They can never be fully successful though, because they really aren't the top dog, they just appear so. Truly, all we have to do is wake up.
Anyway, back to the farm. I made an appointment to take Arrow to the vet because I was so worried about her not kidding yet. Her udder isn't full, and she actually doesn't seem to be in discomfort but I think I'm a bit paranoid from my experiences last year. Since I don't know when she is due that makes it hard. Then I talked to a goat lady who doesn't live far from me, who has been in it for 12 years. I feel better and cancelled the appointment after talking to her.
The handful of women I have met that keep and raise goats are some of the most interesting and informational people I've ever met! And they don't hold back, they are happy to share what they know due to their love of goats. And they have all become their own vet, living out in rural areas like they do. I guess we have to. I got some more good leads on better grain too. I used to get a dairy goat grain from a local feed store that was ok at least until I can get a line on something better. The other commercial place I tried in years past sold me three bags in a row that were moldy. Now this company did a switcheroo and got supposedly the same stuff they had before in their own brand name with a new look and cheaper price. Sounds good, doesn't it? Not! It had so much molasses in it that the smell almost knocked us out when we opened the bag and stuck together like glue. And the next day after I gave some to Arrow her poop wasn't as solid as it should be. That's not a good sign and one of the reasons I became paranoid. Even though she's friendlied up a lot she still wouldn't take the worm medicine balls I give to the rest, so I shoved it down her throat. Got myself bit good in the process. The next day I broke it up with a small amount of grain and she ate it right up. Live and learn. For now I'm just going to keep a good eye on her and got some more pointers on what to look for.
And one last thing of interest. I have mentioned in another private thread a couple or so years ago about Bigfoot sightings in this area and my personal experiences. I haven't really had anymore other than an occasional knowing about their presence. But, just recently I had the sense of one again that was pretty strong. It was a male and he seemed to be really angry about something. I wasn't sure what, but I do have a sense about it. I just send pictures in my mind as that is how they communicate from what I have experienced. But anyway, I found out the next day that he actually might have been angry about something else. My neighbor still can't get rid of his...I'm not sure what to call him. The guy is still there and just pretty adeptly avoids any contact with him. My neighbor won't confront him directly and so has chosen a different route. Not sure this would be my choice, but besides walking around with a machete strapped to his belt he moved his big speakers to the old cabin we lived in and borrowed a rap CD that skips from the guys thirds cousin (who without permission gave the guy the gate key in the first place). He knows he hates rap music and so has been playing the same CD over and over at different times hoping to drive him nuts. Yes, I'm doing a face palm.
So I let the fire go out. I feel strangely well, for not eating. Only problem I really have with fasting after the third day is food starts to smell better than it ever has. At least the lemon, maple syrup and cayenne actually don't taste that bad. We'll see how it goes...https://biofoundations.org/how-to-detox ... -exposure/http://janeshealthykitchen.com/avoid-th ... lyphosate/https://www.ecowatch.com/15-health-prob ... 02128.html
And here's one more good easy to read article on the subject:http://realfarmacy.com/reason-toxic-wheat/