Check out the video for a brief update of how I’m feeling and what’s going on for today – basically still pumped and feeling great.
The Sun – just use your brain.
Is the sun bad for you … yeah, not likely! The sun is one of the highest sources of complete nutrition. Don’t take my word for it, just think about it. Plants which provide almost everything we need (wood for houses, fires, food, dyes, materials etc) come from the nutrients from the soil, water and the sun.
How could it possibly be that the sun is therefore bad for us? It has also been shown that skin cancer is actually caused by sunscreens. Again, think about it logically – if you were a fish and you smeared a toxic substance full of metals and chemicals all over the outside of your body, don’t you think that would have an effect on your health. Here’s an article I found about skin cancer and sunscreens which was written for the Daily Mail in the UK 6 years ago and covers information about a 13 year study on this concept: Suntan lotion ‘raises risk of cancer’. You won’t hear too much about this though as sunscreen is multi-million dollar industry, so to say that it’s bad for us just wouldn’t be a financially viable thing to do
Now I’m not saying go out and get fried in the sun, what I’m saying is be careful in the sun, but make sure you get it on your body every day if you can. A recommended amount is 20 mins each side. Also, when the sun is within 10 degrees of the horizon (i.e. just risen or just setting), it is apparently actually good to look directly at it as it stimulates parts of our being which absolutely loves it. A simple way to determine how far this is, is one fist from the horizon if you hold your hand at arms length – above all though, use your common sense – if it looks to bright, don’t look at it. If you want to know more about this, just let me know. Burning obviously isn’t good, and the more toxic your system, the easier you will burn.
Also be careful of Sunglasses
Although wearing sunglasses can be really cool, it’s important to make sure that sunlight makes it directly through your eyes. This allows the healing benefits to affect instead of getting filtered out. Obviously if you’re driving and the sun is in your eyes, then wear them, but as a general guide, let your eyes feel the sun and not get tricked in to opening the pupils too wide and exposing your eyes to too much sun radiation.
This may shock, but sunlight can apparently prevent and completely put some extreme illnesses into remission.
Quoting Don Toman’s Farmacist Desk Reference: “On the Vitamin D issue, deficiencies in this vitamin are widespread. As a result, perhaps tens of millions of men each year are killed by a completely avoidable disease, prostate cancer. With sufficient Vitamin D from natural sunlight, very few men ever experience prostate cancer. With women, its breast cancer and osteoporosis both diseases are entirely preventable, and sunlight is one of the major and most critical keys to its prevention. Whether you believe this or not, I’m sure you can’t deny that getting 20 mins of sun per day (especially if you live in Australia) is not a big ask, and just remember how good you feel when you’ve been in the sun.
A note for the women – Breast Cancer prevention
Other than sunlight, one of the most simple ways to avoid breast cancer is to ensure that the breasts get to move. Breasts are naturally slightly lumpy and were designed to move around to stimulate the lymph like you see the Africans in National Geographic. Now I’m not recommending not wearing bras at all (around the house in the evening would be a great time), however if a bra is too tight on the top straps, this can cause tumors around the top of the breast and if it is too tight round the side, then this can cause tumors around the sides. Again, just think about it – if you wear really tight socks for even one day, notice the indentations on your legs – it makes sense that over time that would cause a problem as a block in the flow of blood and lymph has to have an effect just like in a river which has been trees and debris in it. The same happens for breasts. I’m sure if you looked up figures of breast cancer after the bra was introduced, you’ll see a stark rise from that time.
This is also a very good excuse for your partners to massage them for you on a regular basis – now that I am recommending!
All these ideas I have gathered since going along to Don Tolman’s events and books, so make sure you do your own research, but before believing studies and documentation which is often paid for by pharmaceutical companies and the medical industry, ask yourself what makes sense to you as a human being. Ask questions like:
- Is it really logical that the sun is good for all plants and living things, but bad for humans (you don’t see many animals with skin cancer!)
- Do you think our bodies were designed imperfectly so that we could create clothing to ‘fix’ ourselves?
- Our skin is our largest organ and a primary method of getting toxins out of our bodies – does it make sense to suffocate it with chemicals, toxins and other poisons which we can’t even pronounce? (By the way, as a rule of thumb, if you wouldn’t feel safe eating it, don’t put it on your skin.)
That’s enough from me today, high horse dismounted – I’m off to bed.