Vaccine development and vaccinations for covid-19 continue, as the pandemic massively affects India. Hopefully intranasal vaccines, as explained in episode 150, will come to market sooner rather than later. The coronavirus spike protein has been shown to damage tissues, and scientists note that covid-19 is primarily a vascular disease. Apparently, despite some controversy (see in links below), only SARS CoV-2 (not the vaccines) significantly damages tissues. Meanwhile, various top-down systems continue to thwart sensible solutions to the pandemic. It’s vital to integrate healthy nutrition too, which entails developing a healthy relationship with various parts of oneself, via self-acceptance, self-empathy, and self-compassion. The methodology of Nonviolent Communication can assist a lot in this process.
Bret and Heather 79th DarkHorse Podcast Livestream: #NotAllMice
Will Vaccine Generated Spike Proteins Bind To Our Cells?
You Will Love This Vaccine (Novavax Vaccine)
Josh Rogin on Anthony Fauci’s Influence
JRE #1640 – Josh Rogin
Did we evolve as carnivores? With Miki Ben-Dor
Ethan Suplee on Diet Culture and Learning Moderation
Is Food Addiction Just a Willpower Issue? No. (UCSD tv)
Open-hearted practice group
upcoming online – https://www.nvcrising.org
The Nutritional, Environmental and Ethical Case for Better Meat
Kosheen – All in my head (Planet Funk Remix)
Welcome to a site that can help you deal with the conflicts within yourself, and maybe even in the world. :) For a basic understanding, feel free to explore the 3 Essentials Interactive Guide to make breakthroughs, overcome plateaus, and facilitate greater mind-body connection. We designed the ebook and podcast around self-empowerment, after all, in order to help you achieve your optimal self.
From the second reboot of the podcast in 2019, the focus has expanded to include much more social and political aspects of our lives—our broader cultural environment. Oftentimes, we find ourselves trying to attain an optimal self amidst confusing ideas, dysfunctional behaviors, and distorted psychological mirrors of others. Ultimately, everyone can suffer from the seemingly intractable—and commonly normalized—problems of our culture, so it’s important to get the essential information by which to flourish, both psychologically and interpersonally. Enjoy the journey!