How could you not laugh at people revering the word of medical doctors as if there is the tiniest difference in their opinion over yours, as if they're opinion is more well-informed than yours. Whatever is bothering your body is almost certainly something that will not have more than one hundred to one thousand pertinent facts. Not one iota more.
Once you realize you have a challenge with a particular body part or system, your job is to learn the one hundred most salient facts, starting with the ten most important facts about your personal and particular challenge. Your job over the next one hundred days of your life is to collect the one hundred or two hundred or three hundred or four hundred or five hundred more important facts about that health challenge or body part. Can you count to a thousand to save your live? Will you even bother to count to one hundred.
If you remove from a medical doctor's training all the time spent on training to sell products of drug companies,
what remains is equal to or less than what you or most grandmas have stored in the back of their heads, and not a thousand textbooks can make a difference. I've read more than a thousand textbooks, have you? Do you even know anyone or have ever heard of someone who's read a thousand textbooks virtually cover to cover, including copyrights, dedications, forewards, dedications, postcripts, and indexes? Please, be quiet and pay attention. The reason that most of my utterances are so indisputably brilliant is that they are thefts and decoctions of minds and people better than you and I put together, and you can be sure that at least one of us believes I come to the table with a bit of something.
Whatever is ailing you, go look it up. If your eyes are suddenly nose-diving, ninety-nine of one hundred naturopaths in two hundred nations nod and tell you that your liver is now and dangerously malfunctioning. They don't kneed to see you aor examine you or know your history to make that first educated guess. Obviously, details do fill in the picture and increase the likelihood of a happy resolution. It's that first educated guesstimate that you're being pointed to.
Did you know that of one hundred and fifty-six medical doctors who were asked about short-term vision challenges, not even one of them mentioned the liver? How blatantly stupid can humans be? In almost every case of an adult suddenly seeing a reduction in focus factor, a competent examination will reveal reduced liver function most of the time. It doesn't mean or state that it's the only cause; offering it as such is why grownups use terms like "wastefully specious debate."
There's no way you can convince me that all 156 M.D.'s are greedy purveyors of patent medicines. Statistically, there's just no way that so many could be thinking from purely selfish or financial means. The next possibility is that all of them would have to be stupid, which is insulting and silly. They all can't possibly be stupid, although fifty percent of all doctors do graduate in the bottom half of their classes, numerically speaking, a full tenth of them graduate in the bottom tenth of their class. That means it is statistically proven to be unlikely they will ever improve much more than they did during eight years containing thirty-two separate terms, each an opportunity to be better than their previous term. So if a third of all medical doctors graduating in the bottom third of their class does not mean they are not one iota more reliable than you are, then all this extra horsepower under the mental hood is laid waste, with twelve thousand days of searching every day for the best in human performance and effort.
Taste that again, if you please: for the best in human performance and effort.
When you or I or any other human adds the instant power of repetition,
the forces of nature instantaneously tilt in your favor. Instant!
Don't believe it? Try it one hundred times yourself and see.
In terms of your health challenge? Guess what, stupid! There are one 100 important facts about your health challenge.
In fact, there are only, at most, a thousand facts known by the best of the best in the world. Do you understand that? Is there any way we can penetrate the foggy veil? As thin and delicate as it is, it is all that stands between where and what you are now, and where and what you will be in ten seconds of personal development. Your entire future as a thinker doubles, many times, in a single second when you learn and master just one trick, one magical secret of success that as close to one hundred percent of the time as any human effort or trick or secret or magical shortcut has ever worked.
Between now and the day you die you will encounter many subjects. Some you are familiar with, some you are not. In every single case there are only one hundred facts known and accepted as fact by the masters of that subject; the world's masters of that subject, the Shortcut Method of Life is based on the daily thoughts and words of masters and champions, those who repeatedly lead. The one in every hundred who are in the top one percent are always and without any known exceptions thus far not necessarily smarter. Their only perfect commonality is that they ask for what they want more than anyone else around them, but that's entirely a different PowerGem, possibly too huge for your as-yet under-deverloped brain is likely to process at one time. Let's stick with the power of that tiny one percent.
Start with .
So if it's not pure greed nor pure stupidity, that only leaves poor training.
When you consider the number of dollars being spent by the drug companies on what we view as higher schools of learning, it's easier to understand the enormity of financial pressure. Few humans have the self-development to resist the lure of lucre and power.
Sure enough, look to the training at Harvard and other major medical training schools for doctors. Dr. Weil's influence is far greater on the hoi polloi and thinking public than in the halls draped with aging ivy, where few attentions are given to the clearly more successful but much cheaper electronic medicine, particlarly biofeedback. Day after day after day of grueling study in applying symptoms to specific products, learning how to sell for the five or six companies that largely underwrite many big tabs.
Based on the provable fact that up to sixteen of every seventeen people who visit a doctor get sicker or die either from the problem they presented with or the prescribed medication and treatment prescribed, the smartest thing any human can do is to learn the one hundred most salient, the most pertinent facts pertaining to their specific challenge.
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