Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Self Understanding, Philosophy and Health

Here are links and basic information that I think points to some very important things. I normally email this to people that are interested. Decided to post it for everyone.      

I think Alan Watts is possibly one of the best to shine some understanding on our western existence, our egos and our roles within society... Alan has set me on the path and I am forever grateful.
Seth is possibly the only entity that actually (correctly) unbiasedly explains: life, death, the soul, consciousness and many other things. I strongly believe all Seth books are essential reading for anyone. Extra so for someone who is seeking answers or deeper understanding of the universe and our existence within it.

Philosophy and Self Understanding

I feel that Seth may have been the most recent hyper intelligence that has visited earth. I think that Seth's words/wisdom has already influenced all of humanity. Very powerful and illuminating, if not life changing! 
this may be the best place to start... suggest to actually get the Seth books       
this is one of my favorites of this book  

Alan Watts 
Alan payed and still plays a very important part in my life. He is (much) better in recording/live (talks/presentations) than in his writings.   

Terence McKenna
Terence was a futurist and explained a lot of important and interesting things. I do not have any Terence talks anymore, so if you come across any let me know as I like to have them again.       

Drunvalo Melchizedek
I suggest to watch this video first (I think it is wonderful). Drunvalo has done extraordinary services for humanity and planet earth.  

The Urantia Book
An interesting but maybe not essential information. Still possibly an accurate descriptions of earth/humanity and its place and functionality in the universe.

Dr. Terry Wahls
Interesting and important researcher and pioneer of functional medicine.
Her presentation is probably the best place to start

Dr. Steven Gundry
Has an astonishing understanding of diet and I can not recommend his book The Plant Paradox enough. I use two of his supplements (Vital Reds and Primal Plants) and diet suggestions regularly.
I think the intro to his book is a good place to start

Don Tolman
Don is amazing but he get some things wrong, but still very worth while. If interested I suggest to get his books and maybe some of the products. I strongly suggest to never go to any of his or related live presentations/seminars!

Health Maven
Paul Fassa's blog well worth reading and regular visits.

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