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A man develops in mind, soul, and body by making use of things, and society is so organized that man must have money in order to become the possessor of things; therefore, the basis of all advancement for man must be the science of getting rich.

The object of all life is development; and everything that lives has an inalienable right to all the development it is capable of attaining.

Man’s right to life means his right to have the free and unrestricted use of all the things which may be necessary to his fullest mental, spiritual, and physical unfoldment; or, in other words, his right to be rich.

In this book, I shall not speak of riches in a figurative way; to be really rich does not mean to be satisfied or contented with a little. No man ought to be satisfied with a little if he is capable of using and enjoying more. The purpose of Nature is the advancement and unfoldment of life; and every man should have all that can contribute to the power; elegance, beauty, and richness of life; to be content with less is sinful.

The man who owns all he wants for the living of all the life he is capable of living is rich; and no man who has not plenty of money can have all he wants. Life has advanced so far, and become so complex, that even the most ordinary man or woman requires a great amount of wealth in order to live in a manner that even approaches completeness.

Every person naturally wants to become all that they are capable of becoming; this desire to realize innate possibilities is inherent in human nature; we cannot help wanting to be all that we can be. Success in life is becoming what you want to be; you can become what you want to be only by making use of things, and you can have the free use of things only as you become rich enough to buy them. To understand the science of getting rich is therefore the most essential of all knowledge.

There is nothing wrong in wanting to get rich. The desire for riches is really the desire for a richer, fuller, and more abundant life; and that desire is praise worthy. The man who does not desire to live more abundantly is abnormal, and so the man who does not desire to have money enough to buy all he wants is abnormal.

How Vulnerability Can Save Your Life

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Books

Vulnerable

by Dr. Lissa Rankin

This week, I was blessed to be able to spend an hour on the phone with my shero and mentor Brené Brown, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Daring Greatly. We had so much giddy fun on our teleclass about the intersection of vulnerability and health, how shame is lethal, and how daring greatly and practicing mind over medicine helps you heal. (If you missed the live call, you can get the free download here).

I had a big epiphany during our call that I want to share with you, so pull our your big highlighter. Brené says the most terrifying emotion we experience as humans is joy. We’re so frightened of loss that we can’t even allow ourselves to lean into those moments when we’re standing over our children watching them sleep or when we’re falling in love and it feels like our hearts will burst. The second most of us start to feel joy, instead of relishing the blessings, we tend to get swallowed by the fear that the other shoe is about to drop.

Foreboding Joy

Brené said, “When we lose our tolerance for vulnerability, joy becomes foreboding.” Instead of allowing ourselves to feel the vulnerability of how much joy we feel and how much hurt we would experience if we lost what we have, we dress rehearse tragedy so we can beat vulnerability to the punch. We look at our kids with so much love and then imagine them dying. We feel such tenderness for the person we’re falling in love with that we fast forward straight to the day when we get our heart broken. If things are going well in our professional life, we imagine the day we get fired or lose all our money, power, and status. It’s like, by trying to imagine the worst case scenario, we somehow think we’re protecting ourselves from what we fear most.
But guess what? It doesn’t work. If your child dies or the love of your life abandons you or you lose your job or you declare bankruptcy—or whatever tragedy you imagine might befall you happens—no dress rehearsal will protect you from loss and pain. And in the interim, you’ve missed your chance for effervescent joy, radical presence, true bliss- and the health benefits that accompany joy.

Dress Rehearsing Tragedy

Here’s the a-ha with where Brené’s work overlaps with what I write about in Mind Over Medicine. Our nervous systems can’t tell the difference between dress rehearsing tragedy and real tragedy. As far as your amygdala is concerned, whether your child dies or whether you just imagine that your child dies, your “fight-or-flight” responses get triggered and your nervous system goes on red alert. Your stress responses flip on, your body is filled with cortisol and epinephrine, and your body reacts as if your child really did just die.
And here’s the kicker. Your body is brilliantly equipped with natural self-repair mechanisms that can kill cancer cells, fight infection and repair what breaks. But those self-repair mechanisms only operate when you’re not in “fight-or-flight.” So every time you dress rehearse tragedy, you put your body at risk of disease, disabling its ability to heal itself. Then BINGO.

It’s no wonder you’re not at the top of your health game.

Joy Is Preventive Medicine

Fully experiencing joy is essential to living a long, happy, healthy life, especially if you’re battling a chronic illness and hope to experience the kind of spontaneous remission I write about in Mind Over Medicine — and the scientific evidence clearly proves this to be true.
To determine how much joy affects longevity, researchers investigated a group of nuns who lived in the same convent. The study design was genius. Many potentially confounding variables that might influence the data were controlled because of their living situation. They ate the same food, breathed the same air, received the same medical care, shared the same lifestyles. Pretty much the only thing that differed between these nuns was their thoughts, beliefs, and feelings.
When researchers investigated the lives of these nuns, they found that 90% of the most joyful nuns — those who frequently described their lives using words like “very happy” and “eager joy” — were still alive at age 84, compared to only 34% of the least joyful nuns. In fact, 54% of the most joy-filled nuns were still alive and kicking at age 94, compared to 11% of the least cheerful. In general, joyful nuns were found to live 7.5 years longer than their unhappy counterparts. Other studies show that happy people live up to 10 years longer than unhappy people. As it turns out, joy is preventive medicine, and yet we try to protect ourselves against it because it makes us feel vulnerable, and if we can’t tolerate the discomfort of the vulnerability, joy becomes foreboding.

The Prescription For Foreboding Joy

What’s the prescription? Brené says the solution is to lean into the vulnerability of those moments of joy — to feel the flutter in your belly when you’re feeling deep love or worried that the other shoe might be about to drop — and to use that flutter of fear of loss as a reminder to practice gratitude. Look at that sleeping child and feel grateful. Stare into the eyes of your beloved and count your blessings. Feel grateful for the fact that you’ve found your calling and are in full service to your mission. Acknowledge how much you have to lose, and just revel in it. Give those you love permission to break your heart, and lean into how lucky you are.
When you do, you calm the scaredy-cat amygdala in your limbic brain, you shut off “fight-or-flight,” you decrease levels of potentially poisonous cortisol and epinephrine, you flip on relaxation responses, you fill your body with healing hormones like oxytocin, dopamine, nitric oxide, and endorphins, and your body’s self-repair mechanisms can come to the rescue.

The Epiphany

Do you get it? The willingness to make yourself emotionally vulnerable to pain and loss, to lean into joy, even when it feels foreboding, to practice gratitude when you fear how much you have to lose, it isn’t just the gateway to intimacy. It doesn’t just improve your relationships, allow you to savor your blessings, and optimize your mental health. It’s preventive medicine for your body, and it just might save your life.

LisaLissa Rankin, MD is a mind-body medicine physician, founder of the Whole Health Medicine Institute training program for physicians and other health care providers, and the New York Times bestselling author of Mind Over Medicine: Scientific Proof You Can Heal Yourself.

She is on a grass roots mission to heal health care, while empowering you to heal yourself.  Lissa blogs at LissaRankin.com and also created two online communities – HealHealthCareNow.com and OwningPink.com. She is also the author of two other books, a professional artist, an amateur ski bum, and an avid hiker. Lissa lives in the San Francisco Bay area with her husband and daughter.

Suffering From Chronic Fatigue? Here Are 10 Foods You Can Eat

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Books

cilantroby Shirley Plant

For years I battled with illness and fatigue, not knowing what was wrong with me. I finally found out I had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and multiple food allergies.

I was given a long list of foods that I could no longer eat, and I wondered what the heck I was going to eat. Hard rice crackers and rice cakes soon became the norm, and a treat was a piece of fruit. I thought to myself, There has to be more than this out there to eat. Will I ever eat a brownie again?
Since my energy level wasn’t great, I found cooking to be tiresome, and making allergy-free recipes rarely turned out well for me. I must have thrown away hundreds of dollars worth of food.
Just as I was getting really desperate, a woman entered my life who said she would help me. She talked to me about different flours and ingredients I could use for baking. These were foods I’d never heard of and was a little leery to try, but I figured I had nothing left to lose.
I was so grateful for her help that when I had energy I went to my favorite health food store and looked at all the different flours and baking items offered. I asked question after question on what they suggested for wheat alternatives, dairy-free options, and egg replacements.
I learned and experimented, and it reminded me of being back in school again in the chemistry lab. How do certain liquids react when one is added to the other? I soon found out that flaxseed or chia seeds, when boiled in water and refrigerated, congealed and could be used like an egg. That rice, almond, soy, hemp and coconut milk could all replace dairy milk. The options were endless and it was all so exciting.
Now, not every food has a substitute, but I figured out that much more was possible than I ever thought. I knew there were other people out there just like me, struggling with what to eat within the confines of food allergies. I wanted to help them all.
Fast forward to today and my cookbook, Finally Food I Can Eat, is now available worldwide. I actually get emails from people thanking me for saving their life. What a gift that is. Finding out I couldn’t eat certain foods has certainly been a blessing in disguise.

Here are my 10 favorite foods I can finally eat:

1. Kale

Kale is a powerhouse of nutrition, chock full of vitamins and fiber.

2. Flaxseed

Flaxseed is high in fiber and rich in omega-3 fatty acids which helps fight against inflammation.

3. Coconut milk

Coconuts are antiviral, anti-fungal, antibacterial, and anti-parasitic, meaning they kill harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites.

4. Hemp seed

Hemp seed contains all 21 amino acids, including the 9 essential amino acids (EAAs) our bodies cannot produce. It also boasts a perfect ratio of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids.

5. Chia seed

Chia has five times more calcium than milk, plus magnesium and boron, essential trace minerals used in the absorption of calcium and other vitamins.

6. Quinoa

This grain is a nutritious seed that is considered a complete protein because it contains all the essential amino acids.

7. Cacao

Cacao is full of antioxidants and flavonoids, which nourish the brain and heart.

8. Sweet potato

This root veggie is high in vitamin B6 and vitamin C.

9. Almond milk

Unsweetened almond milk contains no cholesterol and is blood sugar friendly.

10. Cilantro

One of the most fragrant herbs you can keep around your house, cilantro is also a great source of Vitamin K and is an excellent detoxifier.

Shirley Plant

Shirley is the author of Finally… Food I Can Eat, a dietary guide and cookbook for people with multiple food allergies. As a nutritionist she enjoys helping people to plan healthy menu plans within the confines of food allergies and dietary restrictions.

Addiction Nation – The epidemic of addiction in S.A. today

Written by Warren Whitfield. Posted in Articles, Books

Addict Nation The Epidemic Of Addiction In South Africa Today - W.H. Whitfield

Addict Nation The Epidemic Of Addiction In South Africa Today - W.H. Whitfield

Addict Nation is the first book from author W.H. Whitfield. Its a highly informative book detailing all the different types of addictions, drugs, recovery programs etc, and equips the reader with knowledge of statistics and the rights and standards in South Africa.

This 300 page A4 book is the first from author W.H. Whitfield. Whitfield is the founder and chief executive of  The Addiction Action Campaign which is an organisation which lobbies the issues South Africa faces with government and corporates. He is himself in recovery from addiction, an addiction counsellor and Auricular Detoxification Specialist. He has counselled over 1400 addicts and worked as a counsellor, lecturer and detox program manager in two centres in South Africa. He has also run his own support group called the Refinery Group in Johannesburg for about two years.

He is a graduate of Rhema Bible School Counselling and for at least two years handled all of the addiction enquiries for the counselling centre and the Rhema T.V. helpline.

After studying to become a specialist in the U.S.A. he returned to South Africa with a strong determination to see the problem of addiction here addressed properly.

He is currently challenging the constitutionality of profiting from addiction in the High Court and Constitutional Court.

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