the Shapetalking Psychology is the pursuit of natural means of fixing things.
With respect to internal parasites, getting busy sooner is a good idea.
Internal parasites are nasty, and drain your system of resources.
Unfortunately, every one who eats food has internal parasites.
When we eat, we sometimes take in other life forms that are still alive. Most of them are far too small for the human eye to see, or nose to smell; really tiny critters. From first breath to last, free radicals (whose primary function is to eat human flesh) are the least of our
multi-legged non-friends to impact our lives. There are in fact many thousands
of life forms we ingest and keep.
As the years go by, they nestle comfortably throughout your digestive
system. Health food fanatic or
couch-fried potato, the inner lining of
your not-so-small small intestine has years of undigested red meats and
thousands of bacteria and multi-celled little bastards that are designed to do
you poorly all crammed up against the walls of that very long tube of wet
Some Russian scientists, in the course of unrelated study, saw that minor
electrical impulses literally stimulate parasites in every living human
body. We are not talking about the
healthy level of immune-boosting foreign presence/particles in the human body.
You are hosting very real parasites, as are all of us. Some are good, the vast majority are not.
The scientists established photographically-documented results wherein small
capsules with specific electric impulses empty your body of the vast majority
of as many as hundreds of millions of unnecessary – or at least excessive –
parasites living off of the undigested animal proteins and natural decay called
fecal matter… in your lower intestine.
If you think that any of this is an exaggeration you are invited to look into
an encyclopedia or call your family doctor. Ask how many parasites live in the
typical human intestine, particularly in adults.
Dr. Cohen is a strong arbiter and proponent of the device, using it himself
several times in a month, every few months.
When you study consistent results with a substance, to a degree that you
use it yourself, it’s as definitive a statement as any of us can make.
Expelling parasites gets to be addictive when you get to see the microscopic
you see what’s leaving your body and you realize how much of your natural
strength, balance, and well-being are affected by influences we’re not always
consciously aware of. To watch the
little nasties wiggling around, and knowing they’re thriving and multiplying in
an environment that we ourselves provide and enhance, is an experience worth
going through for those who are committed to living a bit longer, a bit better.
The US government proclaimed that by year 2010, half of all Americans would be
over the age of 65. We’re close enough to that point to realize that some
people live longer, and some don’t. When we examine those who do live longer,
it’s silly not to pay careful attention to what they’re doing and saying. If we’re not getting it from the horse’s
mouth, well then, at which end of the horse are we getting caught at?
The pest-zapper is currently exclusive in America under one major
licensee. As the zapper continues to
grow in popularity, it’s expected that copycats, hopefully as good as the
original, are inevitable. For those
interested, call Dr. Cohen’s office about the zapper.
In the meantime, you’re reminded that the so-called “KISS”
of success is still acronymic for Keep It Simple, Stupid. So many of the turn-of-the-century corporate
successes are in no small way attributable to the narrow and precise goals of
most CEO’s of the day.
If it grows in the ground and is sold for human
consumption, you can fairly rely upon it being better for both the quality and
quantity of your life; better than just about anything that’s man made or
animal-based. It doesn’t mean becoming
a certified tree-hugger, just a reminder that people who eat celery tend to
outlive the French fry champions.
Of course we’re meant to enjoy those French-fried treats or a dozen other
temptations; provided we do so occasionally, and not as a habit.
If it comes from another animal, whether it tastes
delicious or not is, so sorry to say, secondary to how your immune system feels
about it. In fact, every item that
comes into the human body from another animal depresses and literally assaults
your immune system. Indulging here and
there is wonderful, whether it’s ice cream, maybe a fattening soup, or whatever
it is that floats your boat. As long as you remember that animal-based products and body parts are just not designed as part of your digestive system. If it’s
now a habit for you to eat poorly, don’t bother trying to change instantly or
overnight. Pendulums tend to swing
consistently, along the lines of what a fellow named Isaac Newton would call “equal
and opposite reaction,” so we wouldn’t want to go too far in one direction.
What Dr. Cohen specifically recommends is the once-in-awhile trade of something
crappy you’re about to eat for something more nutritious, whether it’s fresh
carrots or just a glass of water.
Breathe more. It
just makes sense. Your brain requires
tiny amounts of glucose and enormous amounts of oxygen. That’s the bulk of it.
Take the time, MAKE them time to breathe just a bit deeper, both in and out.
You might surprise yourself, with more energy, clearer thinking,
especially when you’re asked a question that requires thought/analysis, and other specific physical and emotional benefits.
With so many people enjoying this particular extra fringe benefit of breathing, there
can be no coincidence:
breathing more fully not just in, but as well breathing out fully and then
inhaling fully brings fast, powerful results that are tough to ignore.
Simplify your life. Get rid of
Just like most of us, you possess but one go-round on
this carnival ride we call “My Life.” If you’re one of the lucky few, you might
even get a second chance. You’ve heard
that phrase “second chance” many times.
In case you’re wondering, it means “second chance to live life with
excitement, health, passion, extended youth, and great sleep.
Welcome to the Shapetalking Psychology.