"Robin Williams: What Nobody Will Talk About!"
11% of Americans Today Are Using Anti-Depressants a 400% Increase Since the 1980s $11.3B Are Spent on Anti-Depressants Annually in the USA
Date: 8/22/2014 6:05:48 AM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 928 times
When I first heard the "news" of Robin's crossing-over I got silent and offered my loving thoughts. That remains in my spirit. Now with this presentation (at forbiddenknowledgetv) I'm more saddened about the challenge of anti-depressant pharmacuetical use and dependency. I'm surprised that so many talented, intelligent individuals apparently don't have (or use) non-drug options or aren't interested (at least initially when they probably most want immediate relief). I do not claim to be an expert on "pain" management (whether that pain is physical, mental, emotional, etc.) however I am personally familar with a number of different kinds of pain and that there are alternatives that have been effective. I wish more and more to inform others of those alternatives. Possibly the most effective relief is the direct facing and (as much as humanly possible) embracing the pain.
Although my blogs have not fully addressed pain "head on" I have written on some of the aspects. I am trained as a co-counselor and I have expanded on that with several additional modalites. I have worked with otherm practitioners using a number of non-pharma approaches. I have witnessed others experience reduction and complete elimination of pain. I often use an approcah to physical pain that eliminates the acute pain of most minor injuries within minutes. The longest it took me to eliminate pain from having a case of milk fall on my leg was about one hour. After a couple days the location on my leg barely indicated that there had been an injury.
In cases where the pain is not caused by a direct physical disorder I most often find that the pain is the mind's creation to distract from confronting issues in the psyche. (See the works of Dr. John Sarno)
September 17th -
Robin Williams’ Human Design:
"In investigating Robin Williams’ life—his gifts and challenges—his Human Design reveals volumes about him.":
"One of the strongest transits that Williams was receiving upon his death was Neptune conjunct his Moon. Although this could be one of the greatest spiritual transits of our lives, for an uncentered being, this transit could make us feel as if we are flailing in the middle of the ocean, dissolving away with no anchor to ground us. Neptune can bring the most profound states of meditation and unitive consciousness, or make us yearn so deeply for heaven’s promise that embodiment is a burden we no longer wish to bear."
I wonder where Neptune & the moon were in the charts of my sisters and father when they crossed over!
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