The Self-Care Revolution
A Farmacist is a modern day sage.
A Farmacist is a person filled with wisdom and knowledge and intuition in the art, science and method of health. If you want to know about sickness, disease and death study those things.
To understand life, vitality and health, study those things.
A Farmacist understands that ascension and clarity of human knowledge through time comes as an idea, or: thesis.
That this, thesis, is almost always met along the way with an opposing view, or idea, it’s: anti-thesis, then, what happens is that over time, the best parts of each (thesis and antithesis) tend to join together or combine into something new: a syn-thesis.
In all of this the synthesis becomes the: new thesis.
Then it starts all over again.
Most of our greatest truths were first held as blasphemies.
Today there is a synthesis that has formed into an almost sinister cartel, (it seems), in and between pharmaceutical allopathic medicine and so called health-care and its insurance and education, organized religion and politics and the food industry and the industrial technical military complex over oil, and our courts, laws and police, etc.
Something is obviously wrong. Dead wrong.
I, for one, feel passionately that it’s time for the iconoclasts, twenty-first century Farmacists, to step up, to speak up and to act up.
Thomas Jefferson, Patrick Henry and a handful of others shattered the, “thesis of anarchies” of their day, which had dominated for thousands of years.
It can be done.
Thomas Jefferson declared to the “Sons and Daughters of Liberty” (after their victory) “there must be a revolution of our thoughts, beliefs and ideas here in America every two years or we risk falling backwards and losing the dream we have now made real.”
A particular ancient thesis was called the, “Wonders of Alchemy.”
Alchemy’s antithesis became today’s thesis of (academic/scientific) “chemistry.” I believe as do a lot of other Farmacists, it will prove out that today’s, “chemistry” approach to “pharmaceutical medicines” and “academic nutritional expertise” for the purposes of developing, “weapon’s of war” in their all out (money making) “fight against disease,” has utterly failed, except for making trillions for the Drug Industry.
Because it is the accepted thesis (orthodoxy of today), we ignorantly, fearfully, embrace a, “sacred cow” that is hurting, disabling and killing millions of us (2,000,000 a year as of 2005).
It’s time, not just for a synthesis of alchemy and chemistry, but it’s time for an anti-thesis!
We need to stop raging against disease!
The new antithesis is the idea of embracing the principles of life and of health in the brilliant complexities of nature, disguised for us and presented to us as “simplicities.”
May my teachings in my FDR lead you gently into a bloodless, non-violent revolution, of thought, deed, passion and magnified health.
May you stand as a twenty-first century Farmacist, a peaceful but firm iconoclast to, “disease fighting.”
May you be proud to proclaim yourself a twenty-first century Farmacist. Not a wizard of popular drugs, nutritional chemicals and supplements but rather a sage of the experience of whole foods and the principles of health.
When our numbers reach critical mass, we’ll colonize into the seventy-sixth state of the union.
This state will be a state without borders or boundaries; a global state; a state of tolerance; a state of kindness and of service to one another in a spirit of love and caring; a state of liberty through health and its natural economy.
It takes less of everything, in every way, to be healthy rather than sick.
For example, it takes less wholesome food to feel full and to stay satiated, than junk foodless food does, (whole foods don’t make you ill either).
It's about getting back to basics.
I hope you'll join me in this peaceful self-care revolutions.
You can read on and find out more in my Farmacist Desk Reference!