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What if All Dogs do go to Heaven?

It might be lonely for the dogs because humans are supporting apartheid here on Earth.

People in the Middle East are being abducted and tortured for no cause. People are being gunned down for no cause other than that they approached a checkpoint without an ability to understand Hebrew:[https://www.sott.net/article/317433-Israel-outraged-that-people-are-catching-on-to-their-pathology] and [http://www.mintpressnews.com/israeli-soldiers-kill-pregnant-woman-brother-qalandia-terminal/215974/]

I believe that heaven and hell are here on Earth and throughout the cosmos as a combined energy field that may be similar to the theory of the collective unconscious by Carl Jung. What if all of our great spiritual leaders do exist but they exist in a combined energy field that we will all be joining eventually? Some of us may not recognize it as the spiritual afterlife though, if we are set on the expectation that only certain groups all sharing the same belief system will be allowed in through Heaven’s Gates. It is said that all dogs go to heaven and I think all humans do to but without love for all kinds in their hearts they may not recognize that heaven is already here on Earth and throughout the cosmos. We are one, one people, one Earth, one cosmos — even the mosquitos have their place.

Carl Jung’s theory didn’t include mosquitos. His theory suggested that the same species share similar symbols across cultures but as we learn more about other species of mammals we have learned that some symbols and behaviors occur in other species also.

Without mosquitos the animals and birds farther up the food chain would starve. The circle of life requires all of us to participate within sustainable limits. Overharvest this year and next year’s crops may be less abundant. The Golden Rule is a symbol of sustainability that crosses cultures — roughly: Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Raining Hellfire Missiles down on civilian neighborhoods is not something that I would want done to my neighborhood so I would rather not have my country do it to other people’s neighborhoods.

The Inuit understood that the Golden Rule crosses species. An ancient type of fishing hook is specially designed to only hook fish of the best size to support a sustainable harvest. Small fish too young for this season’s catch can’t fit the hook in their mouths and it is too small to hook onto the mouths of larger fish that might be so large that capturing them would capsize the boat, which would likely cause all of the fisherman to drown in the icy waters of the Arctic Ocean. Read more about the Halibut Hook: [ http://www.core77.com/posts/41403/Brilliantly-Designed-Inuit-Fish-Hook-That-Allows-the-Halibut-Population-to-Replenish-Itself ]

All halibut probably go to heaven too, at least in my version of the holy place. In my version, we already are there but just in our physical forms — and it’s a Melting Pot of all types, a mixture of creation and chaos, organization and entropy. Without up we wouldn’t have down, without white we wouldn’t have black, and without black we wouldn’t have any shade in between.

  • All Dogs Go To Heaven” is an animated movie by Don Bluth released November 17, 1989: [http://donbluth.wikia.com/wiki/All_Dogs_go_to_Heaven]
  • The Universality of the Golden Rule in World Religions, *Examples of the Golden Rule from the writings of eight world religions or philosophies. The phrase “wisdom traditions of your culture” is an inclusive term that fits within my own view of a Heaven that includes us all, even the mosquitos. [http://www.teachingvalues.com/goldenrule.html]

6-14-2009, from my journal:

I must not forget to

connect to myself

to others

to the world.

I will go out and meet life

everyday with joy,

with respect,

with gratitude.

~~~

Thank you world for giving me mosquitos. I’m sorry about the Hellfire missiles that we are giving you and all of your creations.

/Disclaimer: Opinions are my own and  the information is provided for educational purposes within the guidelines of fair use. While I am a Registered Dietitian this information is not intended to provide individual health guidance. Please see a health professional for individual health care purposes./

Imagine children unable to speak up for themselves

My last post and all of my posts are really about all the children – and adults – who may not be able to speak up for themselves. A magnesium bath or foot soak can be life changing with almost immediate better mood and less muscle cramps and chronic pain.

I’ve only ever had one or two close friends at a time — and I’m okay with that, I like company but I like reading a lot too. My goal in sharing information is not for me or about me but is simply about sharing my experiences in case they might be helpful for others, and actually I do write for me too, future me, so that as I read I can add notes so that I can find the information again at some point in the future. I like the internet, it is a great invention, humans are really great in many ways.

Magnesium deficiency is a widespread problem for people on the autistic spectrum but also for many other people with a variety of common chronic illnesses or who have lifestyle habits that waste magnesium. Obesity can also be a problem of nutrient deficiency which might seem unlikely but being mal-nourished in some nutrients can make weight gain much more likely. Deficiencies in vitamin D, thiamin, folic acid, iron, B12, zinc, phosphorus, B6, and potassium have been found to be more common in obese individuals. [4] And levels of vitamins A, E, and C have also been found to be significantly lower in obese individuals than in non-obese individuals. [5] [information from references 4 and 5 is from a continuing education course: 6]

Magnesium deficiency has to be very severe before it typically shows up on lab tests because it is stored within the bones and within cells more than in the blood. Calcium is more prevalent within the fluid portion of blood while magnesium is more prevalent within the interior of blood cells and other cells. Both nutrients are electrically active and provide energy for cellular functions in addition to other roles. Gastrointestinal problems can make a deficiency in the nutrient more likely however because calcium can be preferentially absorbed and magnesium can become less well absorbed.  However an early symptom of magnesium deficiency is insulin resistance which would lead to increased fat storage and increased appetite. [https://www.sharecare.com/health/diabetes/how-brain-affected-by-insulin]

The DASH diet designed originally to help reduce high blood pressure has also been found helpful for weight management. It includes more beans, nuts and seeds than many other diet plans, foods which provide magnesium, vitamin E, B vitamins and trace minerals such as zinc. [http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/dash/]

The anti-psychotic medication olanzapine affects insulin and appetite [2] and causes significant weight gain in adults but even more so in children. Medicaid guidelines in some areas have it prescribed for children. Many children in foster care are being put on strong medications like olanzapine at great cost to their health and great cost to Medicaid. It is not inexpensive at over $300/month for the patent version Zyprexa.

“Between 1997 and 2004, Texas Medicaid spending on antipsychotics rose from $28 million to $175 million. In the months of July and August 2004, over 19,000 adolescents in Texas were given antipsychotics, even though pharmaceutical companies had not applied for licenses to market these drugs for use in minors. In 2003, Zyprexa pulled in $4.3 billion in sales in the United States, 70 percent of which came from state health insurance and other public health programs. …in 2009, research revealed that children being treated under Medicaid were four times more likely to get antipsychotics than children not covered by Medicaid.” [Pharmageddon, by David Healy, page 141, 1]

Pharmageddon,” by David Healy, (University of California Press, 2012, Berkeley). [1]

I keep mentioning Epsom Salt baths because they are inexpensive and very effective for people who are deficient in magnesium. And for those who are deficient in the essential nutrient, regular use of Epsom Salt baths might also be helping prevent chronic degenerative diseases like diabetes from developing or worsening. While the olanzapine/Zyprexa has been proven to be associated with a greatly increased risk for diabetes and significant weight gain [3] — and an increased risk for suicide and possibly for homicide particularly during withdrawal from the medication. The olanzapine may be causing long term changes in the brain by over-activating receptors involved in suicide. Do our foster children deserve to be experimented on just because they have Medicaid and Medicaid guidelines were set that cause doctors to feel that their job would be in jeopardy if they don’t follow the guideline?

Evidence based medicine can be very helpful and life-saving but it is better used as guidance to suggest a path to treatment rather than be a strict guideline that can be used to increase pharmaceutical company’s profits at the cost of children’s long term and short term health — and possibly that of people in their vicinity.

If our society really wants to stop suicide and mass killings than we need to address the underlying causes rather than worry only about controlling access to guns — guns don’t kill people anymore than knives or Hellfire missiles — people kill people.

4. Mechanick JI, Kushner RF, Sugerman HJ, et al. American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. The Obesity Society, and American Society for Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery Medical Guidelines for Clinical Practice for the perioperative nutritional, metabolic, and nonsurgical support of the bariatric surgery patient. Surg Obes Rel Dis. 2008;(5 Suppl):S109-S184.

5. Kaider-Person O, Person B, Szomstein S, Rosenthal RJ. Nutritional deficiencies in morbidly obese patients: a new form of malnutrition? Part B: minerals. Obes Surg. 2008;18(8):1028-1034.

6. Lillian Craggs, Obesity: Beyond Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes – Learn about Obesity’s Far Reach and Ill Effects in Lesser Described Conditions, ce.todaysdietitian.com.

/Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes within the guidelines of fair use. While I am a Registered Dietitian this information is not intended to provide individual health guidance. Please see a health professional for individual health care purposes./