Coming out of a rationalistic world view is often enabled through emotional distress created by events beyond one's control, bringing a person into a less exalted relationship with them self as mighty and impervious.

Listening to the interview today with Steve Kirsch, discussion of the potential plan of covid is such a view in need of disruption. Please see this video of Dr David Martin presenting at the European Parliament, detailing the beginning of the covid virus development as a bio weapon beginning in 1966. He continues the timeline from there adding significant dates and actions to build to covid19 and the manufactured and planned pandemic ... https://www.brighteon.com/8d87993f-caa5-4dad-a375-fbee2d12edb8

thank you for your time and best to you in continuing your stand for returning to an ethical compass for today's human.

Dennis Battler

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Can anyone recommend further literature about hypnosis and selfhypnosis?


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An Open Letter To Dr. Malone:


Our society and global populations owe a debt to Dr. Malone. Thank you. Would you kindly consider a posted thread on the proven but yet 99% unrecognized inclusions of foreign man-made materials, scientifically identified and readily identifiable (reproducible/verifiable) within C19 inoculation vials?

How can we demand U.S. congress produce more work product including and not limited to sustainable contempt citations, charges of fraud with malice of forethought resulting in indictments, arraignments and criminal trials when information we now have is not thrust into alt.media en masse to such degree as plausible deniability of knowledge, among hundreds of Federal lawmakers and among one million licensed medical doctors (U.S.) and one hundred thousand licensed docs (Canada), is no longer even a remote go-to possibility?

Dr. Malone, these reports are either true or not. Would you Kindly and Swiftly investigate and weigh-in? You have one million circulation (direct) and likely two to ten times that amount (indirect) who are influenced by your readers. Is it not time to place the elephant in the room, and if not when? Respectfully, jeff sweet.


(1) https://www.bitchute.com/video/6UB3lU8beMYw/ [expert panel incl. Dr. Michael Yeadon]

(2) https://www.bitchute.com/search/?query=reiner%20&kind=video&sort=new [overview of scope]

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Thank you Tineke and Mattias.

What you are writing here is actually quite extraordinary to read in terms of its breadth and vision; that is, by pointing to the fundamental and ground-moving recogntion that consciousness has reality separate from the corporeal-- in fact, that it precedes its more recognisable manifestations.

May I suggest that it is limiting to equate 'mind' with consciousness (as you seem to do), when you have quite clearly identified that mind is one manifestation of consciousness. All of the many known and oft-reported experiences where consciousness expands beyond the mind as we generally know it (somewhat rational, conceptualising - even of our feeling life) makes it abundantly clear to us that the mind is just one station of human consciousness. I'll simply add here as an example, that imagination is already moving outside mind as a state of consciousness - at least until it enters the mind in a mind-recognisable way.

May I also suggest that what we are moving towards here might be more fully captured by the words 'attention' or 'attentiveness', than mind.

On the medical side of things, I know from my wife's own experiences that consciousness can very directly participate in therapy; including in her case in relation to a serious and very conventional heart condition, and also an immunological disorder - both which were considered to be largely untreatable. She in fact demonstrated on the operating table to her cardiologist/electrophysiologist that she could, with only her attention, alter her heart's beating when the surgeon manipulated it with electrical impulses. This is not considered medically possible.

My wife has over the past 2 decades shown a number of leading heart and immunological specialists, that therapy and healing is not mechanical at all, and that consciousness (with assistance from plant and homeopathic remedies) can replace the need for pharmacological intervention in many, many respects.

Thank you for your incredibly significant work and effort.

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Mattias, I was struck by one particular Substack post by a German scientist who writes under the pseudonym "Eugyppius." I subscribe to his blog. He wrote at length on the sad state of academia. I could not read it without immediately thinking of your trials and tribulations, not to mention related issues concerning research in The Psychology of Totalitarianism. You may be already familiar with Eugyppius, but if not, here's a link to that one Substack post. From my own remote remove, the two of you seem to be kindred spirits.


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If you read about Tantrics, with breath, focus and yoga you’ll uncover quite a history of mastering pain and pleasure receptors. Sometimes going way beyond comprehension. Georg Feuerstein...Douglas Brooks..Fred Alan Wolf...Swami Rama etc. As w/Rx meds the profiteering won’t allow for recognition of Nodes, Nadi’s and the subtle body.

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I see you have been silenced by the ad hominem attack. Sad . Do-not back down mattias

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Neurolinguistic programming that everyone missed...Here


I also address this in my question to doctors article. Please check it out Thanks for your work.

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Many years ago, in the 1980s, I attended family dinner hosted by a well-known (at the time) thoracic surgeon (my sister-in-law's father). He and his wife had just returned from a trip to China, where he observed open-hear surgery in which the only "anesthesia" was acupuncture. He was astounded at what he observe. Reading this article, I wonder if hypnosis was used in conjunction with the needles.

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I asked my friend, who is allergic to novocaine, and who uses self-hypnosis for dental work, if she used self-hypnosis for her other surgeries, which I had assumed she did. She replied that for her eye surgery she had no anaesthesia, but used a technique called Logo-synthesis (which she also uses for everyday aches and pains). For her femur replacement she accepted a local anaesthetic, but refused the general anaesthetic and again used Logo-synthesis for pain. She learned Logo-synthesis from the psychiatrist Dr. Willem Lammers of Switzerland, who developed the technique in 2005 while working with a patient who had a mental block.

It is a very simple mental technique and I have her permission to share how she uses it for pain. It requires saying a few simple phrases: I retrieve all of my own energy bound up in this pain (identify the exact location) and return that energy into the right place in myself; I remove all my not-me energy contributing to and bound up in this pain (mention location) from all of my cells, all of my body and all of my personal space and send it to wherever it belongs; I retrieve all of my own energy bound up in all of my reactions to this pain (wherever it is), and return that energy to the right place in myself; I tune all of my systems to a state completely free of pain (in this place in the body) for the benefit of myself and others.

That's the long form. The short form is: I re-organize the energies in and around this pain (say where the pain is)so that this pain disappears.

The ultra-short form is to say (only once): From now on, when I indicate a problem in my body/mind, and indicate the outcome that I want, that will be the same as if I had said all of the Logo-synthesis sentences about that problem.

Then say: (The location of the pain), no pain. Example: My right knee, no pain.

She says that in her experience, she will get pain relief instantly, sometimes for a longer period of time and sometimes for a shorter period of time, in which case she repeats the ultra-short phrase.

There are a lot more uses for Logo-synthesis, but hopefully people will benefit from this brief introduction and contribution to knowledge about the amazing human mind.

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My friend, who studied psych at U Detroit long ago, said he'd watched a self-hypnosis technique stop terrible debilitating migraines. One imagines one hand in ice cold water, and the other near a barely tolerable source of heat, like a fire. Hypnosis has been ridiculed for a long time in culture. I think of "Curse of the Jade Scorpion," a Woody Allen comedy in which crimes are initiated by post-hypnotic cue.

I have recently wondered if some words that are being pulsed through the media ecosystems are operating as hypnotic induction cues, e.g. "safe".

I have thought for a long time that there is a class of phenomena, the evidence for which is scattered throughout many disciplines and research methodologies, that if studied in a meta fashion, inter-disciplinarily, there might be a paradigmatic shift away from the mechanistic-materialist-reductionist model and worldview, but the evidence is repressed and savaged when it arises in any one particular discipline. Thank you for this---it is fascinating!

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This is https://youtu.be/tlTzVB6TGT0 a good example of hypnosis from two great scientists.

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I witnessed an elective abdominal aneurysm repair under hypnosis in the mid-70’s in a Philadelphia hospital. It’s real.

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