If It Hurts Don't Do It

December 7, 2014

The human experiment is laced with pain and suffering, followed by hope and the ability to overcome obstacles and find happiness, whatever that means in today's world, or any reality.

The lesson is to put the "fun" in functional and that life can be meaningful without drama.

Everyday at home and around the world ^ people are rising up ^ tired of oppression, crime, poverty, and systems that are broken and don't serve humanity. We see it, we understand it, but we can only change when the hologram is programmed for it. And so we continue on ...

I have never quite understood why people have to go through pain to overcome anything. Take exercise for example. Why do people have to put their body through abuse, and its long term affects, to either lose weight, which is simply done by proper diet and a reasonable amount of exercise, or to feel better.

What is your response to pain - tolerate it or run like hell? You know what I would do. If I hurt myself, I might take a moment to see what area of my body was injured, and what it corresponds to emotionally, then resolve the situation. Most injuries happen because people are simply worn out and need a break ... so they break.

Humans often create pain to feel alive or just to feel, then share their experiences to help others on a healing journey, which is most of humanity.

When someone is programmed to heal a pattern in their lives, the soul will guide that person in any number of directions though they may think it's their own free will.

Since the beginning of time ... humans have been programed to go into nature to find answers and heal. Reality is projected illusion in a film strip through which souls experience vicariously based on grid connections and its need to emote. Let's go to a film which opened Friday called Wild. It's another journey film about healing to find yourself.

Wild is a 2014 American biographical drama film. Driven to the edge by the loss of her beloved mother (Laura Dern), the dissolution of her marriage and a headlong dive into self-destructive behavior, Cheryl Strayed (Reese Witherspoon) makes a decision to halt her downward spiral and put her life back together again. With no outdoor experience, a heavy backpack and little else to go on but her own will, Cheryl sets out alone to hike the Pacific Crest Trail -- one of the country's longest and toughest through-trails.

How Much Should Someone Exercise?

If you had asked me what the word meniscus meant this past summer, I wouldn't have had a clue. Suddenly everyone is telling me that they've torn their meniscus and it's very painful. This is not just about seniors but people in all age groups who overdo it when it comes to exercise. If it's not the meniscus it's something else that results in knee or other injuries due to over straining the body without consideration of one's age or weight. I know that many people exercise to get rid of pent-up energies especially if they are are ADHD. Others play sports though not often physically equipped and there goes their meniscus. If you overwork any part of the body long enough, even the emotions, they will crash. I decided to post this blog after my friend Lorraine hurt her meniscus after she decided to go on a diet and exercised too hard - like a boot camp thing for 20 days. To lose weight, find a diet you can stick to and stay with it. As soon as you feel pain ... STOP ...your body is trying to tell you something.

One week later ...

Meniscus regenerated with 3-D printed implant   PhysOrg - December 10, 2014
Columbia University Medical Center researchers have devised a way to replace the knee's protective lining, called the meniscus, using a personalized 3D-printed implant, or scaffold, infused with human growth factors that prompt the body to regenerate the lining on its own. The therapy, successfully tested in sheep, could provide the first effective and long-lasting repair of damaged menisci, which occur in millions of Americans each year and can lead to debilitating arthritis.

Why Running Hurts Every Part of Your Body   Wired - December 9, 2014

1. The seven-step itch
2. Burning muscles
3. Side stitches/cramps
4. Gasping for air
5. Bubbleguts