The energy psychology revolution is upon us, turning the standard Western healing model on its head, putting the patient back in the driver’s seat, and moving beyond the band-aid solutions that pervade mainstream psychiatry and psychology. This is the revolution that Big Pharma and institutional psychiatry hope you never hear about.
Unfortunately, the medical culture of significant parts of the Western world, particularly including Australia and the US, is ruled instead by the Hypocritic Oath, which states: “First, ram whatever treatment/intervention Big Pharma is selling into the patient as hard and fast as possible (even if you wouldn’t use it yourself), and if something goes wrong, deny all responsibility. Above all, no one, but NO ONE is to question vaccination, let alone dodge a single jab.”
In-doctor-ination, mandatory vaccination, and the logic of trusting medical “experts” Is it just me or are “free countries” like the US and Australia increasingly suffering from epidemics of human complacency, gullibility, and laziness? These are the traits that breed tyranny in all its “glory.” In the realm of medicine, placing inordinate amounts of trust in […]
There has been some research done into the impact of medical training on undergraduates. The results are not flattering. In White Coat, Mood Indigo, an investigative piece by fourth year medical student Julie Rosenthal and her co-author Dr Susan Okie, we find that medical students are more prone to “depression” than their peers, with around 25% reportedly having it. Psychiatrist Laurie Raymond believes that students’ coping strategies and health worsen as they linger through medical school. They are overworked, stressed, socially isolated, and sleep deprived.
This week an angry rant in social media caught our attention and we felt that due to its factually threadbare nature and hysterical fear-mongering, it warranted a response and to be placed in a larger context. The post has since been published by at least one mainstream media source,1 presumably in an effort to increase mass […]