Physical Health and Power

We become healthy, as well as wealthy, by being wise. But what is wisdom? According to our research, it is the result of alignment with high-power attractor patterns. Although in the average life we find a mixture of energy fields, the pattern with the highest power dominates. We have now explored sufficient material to be able to introduce a basic dictum of nonlinear dynamics and attractor research: attractors create context. In essence, this means that one’s motive, which arises from the principles to which one is committed, determines one’s capacity to understand and, thereby, gives significance to one’s actions. The effect of alignment with principle is nowhere more striking than in its physiologic consequences. Alignment with high-energy attractor patterns results in health; alignment with weak ones results in disease. This syndrome is specific and predictable. That high energy patterns can be proven to strengthen and low energy patterns to weaken through a demonstration meeting the scientific criterion of one-hundred-percent replicability is a fact with which the reader by now is thoroughly familiar. The human central nervous system clearly has an exquisitely sensitive capacity to differentiate between life-supportive and life-destructive patterns. High-power attractor energy fields, which make the body go strong, release brain endorphins and have a tonic effect on all of the organs, whereas adverse stimuli release adrenaline, which suppresses immune response and instantaneously causes both weakness and enervation of specific organs, depending on the nature of the stimulus. It is this type of phenomenon upon which treatment modalities such as chiropractic, acupuncture, reflexology, and many others are based. All of these treatments, however, are designed to correct the results of an energy imbalance, but unless the basic attitude that is causing the energy imbalance is corrected, the illness tends to return. People by the millions in self-help groups have demonstrated that health and recovery from the whole gamut of human behavioral problems and illnesses come as a consequence of adopting attitudes correlated with high-energy attractor patterns. Generally speaking, physical and mental health are attendant upon positive attitudes, whereas ill health, both physical and mental, is associated with such negative attitudes as resentment, jealousy, hostility, self-pity, fear, anxiety, etc. In the field of psychoanalysis, positive attitudes are called welfare emotions, and the negative ones are called emergency emotions. Chronic immersion in emergency emotions results in physical or mental ill health and a gross weakening of one’s personal power. How does one overcome negative attitudes so as to avoid this atrophy of power and health? Clinical observation indicates that the patient must reach a decision point. A sincere desire for change allows one to seek higher attractor energy patterns in their various expressions. One does not get over pessimism by associating with cynics; the popular idea that you are defined by the company you keep has some clinical basis. Attractor patterns tend to dominate any field in which they are received; thus, all that is really necessary is to expose oneself to a high-energy field and one’s inner attitudes will spontaneously begin to change. This is a well-known phenomenon among self-help groups — as reflected in the saying, “Just bring the body to the meeting.” If you merely expose yourself to the influence of higher patterns, they begin to “rub off”; as it is said, “You get it by osmosis.” It is generally held by traditional medicine that stress is the cause of many human disorders and illnesses. The problem with this diagnosis is that it does not accurately address the source of the stress. It looks to blame external circumstances, without realizing that all stress is internally generated by one’s attitudes. It is not life’s events, but one’s reaction to them, that activates the symptoms of stress. A divorce, as we have said, can bring agony or relief. Challenges on the job can result in stimulation or anxiety, depending on whether one’s supervisor is seen as a teacher or an ogre. Our attitudes stem from our positions, and our positionality has to do with motive and therefore context. According to the overall way that we interpret the meaning of events, the same situation may be tragic or comic. Physiologically speaking, in the choice of attitude, one chooses between anabolic endorphins or catabolic adrenaline and stress hormones. It would be foolish to claim that the only impacts on our health are those originating internally. Impersonal elements of the physical world can also increase or decrease our strength. Here, too, kinesiologic testing is valuable. It will clearly show that synthetics, plastics, artificial coloring, preservatives, insecticides, and artificial sweetener (just to mention a few) make the body go weak; whereas substances that are pure, organic, or made by human hands tend to make us go strong. If we experiment with vitamin C, for example, we find that organic vitamin C is superior to chemically produced ascorbic acid; the former makes you go strong and the latter does not. Eggs from organically fed free-range chickens have much more intrinsic power than eggs from caged and chemically fed chickens. The health-food movement seems to have been right all along. Unfortunately, neither the American Medical Association nor the National Council on Food and Nutrition has a history of being enlightened in the field of nutrition. The scientific community now finally recognizes that nutrition is related to behavior and health, but this simple observation caused a controversy when Linus Pauling and I claimed, twenty years ago, in the book Orthomolecular Psychiatry, that nutrition affects the chemical environment of the brain and blood-stream, and thereby influences various behaviors, emotions, mental disorders, and brain chemistry.1 More recently, this author published a series of papers, the last in 1991, on a twenty-year study showing that a regimen of certain vitamins prevented the development of a neurological disorder called tardive dyskinesia, a frequently irreversible disorder that occurs in a high percentage of patients on long-term treatment with major anti-psychotics.2 In a study of 61,000 patients, treated by 100 different doctors over a twenty-year period, the introduction of vitamins B3, C, E, and B6 decreased the expected rate of this terrible neurologic disorder from 25 percent to .04 percent.3 (Among 61,000 patients protected by high-dosage vitamin therapy, only 37, rather than the predicted nearly 20,000, developed the disorder.)4 The paper was largely ignored in the United States because there was still no paradigm to give it credibility. The medical profession has simply been uninterested in nutrition, and organized medicine has traditionally been less than kind to innovators. It is helpful to remember that it is a foible of human nature to stoutly defend an established position despite overwhelming evidence against it; the only healthy way to deal with such lack of recognition is acceptance. Once we really understand the human condition, we will feel compassion where we once might have felt condemnation. Compassion is one of the highest of all of the energy attractor power patterns. As we shall see, our capacity to understand, forgive, and accept is directly linked to our personal health.

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