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Re: Do you use water afterwards or just urine? n/m
 
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Re: Do you use water afterwards or just urine? n/m


No animal in the animal kingdom transmits knowledge through books, radio waves, internet, etc.

No animal (that I know of at least) knows about fermenting foods to produce helpful enzymes and such.

No animal that I know of does enemas!

No animal uses birth control.

No animal knows about juice fasts, or mixing herbal remedies, or liver flushes, or how to deal with cancer or other ailments.

These probably aren't the best examples at all, but there are many things that we know about and do -- even very beneficial things -- that animals are completely unaware of. We are not animals, and we shouldn't use everything animals do or don't do as a rulebook for what we should or shouldn't do. Yes there are many useful clues available from animals, but they shouldn't be relied on as an ultimate, fully authoritive source.

Of course, there are also many things we do that are harmful that an animal would never even think of doing. But that's because we have "free will" and have to actually make our choices for ourselves and find what works and what doesn't. Animals (for the most part) "know" what's right for themselves, but they have no choice in the matter. They are unaware, with no possibility of free will or self-awareness. They are slaves to their coded nature. We have free will, and thus can move in either direction. With free will comes the risk of moving into much suffering, but there is also the opportunity for moving into awareness and understanding far surpassing what any animal is capable of. And by awareness and understanding I don't just mean technilogical understanding or understanding of things in the "external" world, but also internal understanding ... self-awareness, self-knowledge, self-understanding.

It's all about evolution of consciousness and awareness. As consciousness evolves, new discoveries and understandings arise. Yes, we can learn a lot about "how to live" in general from animals, but we also have to remain open to new discoveries as our awareness and understanding expands. Monkeys don't instinctively know to use long thin sticks to get ants or termites out of mounds. Some discover it, and then teach it to others, and then before you know it a whole colony of monkeys is using sticks to get ants and termites. OTHER animals may not do this, even other MONKEYS may not do this ... does it mean that these monkeys shouldn't?

Here's something else to think about:

http://www.lightshift.com/Inspiration/monkey.html


And for your viewing pleasure, check out this post... a chimp drinking his own urine straight up. :)

//www.curezone.org/forums/m.asp?f=109&i=122


--James
 

 
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