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I am reading the book Quantum Touch and the Power to Heal by Richard Gordon. Personally I do not have a perfect working body as well as a lot of my family members and friends. Energy healing has fascinated me since well I learned that Jesus could do it in Sunday School. I have always wanted to know why others cannot do this when he walked around with his disciples teaching others to do this. Jesus is not the only healer of the past he is just one of the most popular healers.

I went to the Reiki/health section of the library and found this book. It is definitely worth the read so far. (BTW healing like Jesus is not impossible…at least according to this book modern people do this every day)

I am going to give you a quote out of it and then go on from there…

The Indians living in a “primitive” community in the Brazilian Jungle, were held constantly when they were young. As the children grew up, they exhibited no violent behavior.  In her two and one half years with this tribe she realized that children WILLINGLY OBEYED their elders, and that toddlers played PEACEFULLY together WITHOUT arguing or FIGHTING. Consider that in our “modern” society  it is still a common practice for babies to be separated from their mothers at birth due to medical intervention in maternity wards. These isolated babies hear nothing but the crying of other newborns. Away from the arms of their mothers, they cry themselves to sleep.


Now do you see the issue with the feminist movement? This is not a movement in fact it is a slaughter of the mother/child relationship. When I was working full time I would see the stress lined all over the faces of the mothers I worked with. This was at a nursing home facility and I can tell you right now any parent working in the medical field does not have their brain 100 percent on the job. Their brain is back at home. “Who is this person taking care of my child?” “Is my kid having a good day at school?”” Is my child sleeping good tonight?”  “The flu is going around is my baby sick?”  What makes me even more sad is when a child is actually sick and the mom is not able to leave her job to take care of her life. Often mothers have to make the decision between putting food in the mouth of their babies or separation.

During the settlement period of the United States children were raised very close to their mothers. Usually the father would have to travel long distances to find work or hunt. Depending on the situation the father would be gone for a few days to a few years especially in the time of war. Today a woman can pump out a screaming 8 pound baby then 2 months later pick up a gun and go to combat….Isn’t that disguising? All in the name of the feminist movement. While the men were at war it was common for a female to leave their children at school or with a family member while the mother worked.  Women in the work industry has only gotten larger over time.

Can’t you see Reader that the feminist movement has created separation between you and your child? The Government has put a price tag on your child while he or she is in school and later ends up in the Prison system.  If your child does not end up in the prison system there is a bigger price in keeping your child’s brain locked down on ADD medication or anti depressants. Whatever the consequences you and your family receives because both parents work away from home and strangers are raising the child the government gains thousands of dollars.

Besides both parents working in todays society a lot of new parents believe that leaving the baby alone to cry is a good thing to do. Parents have a natural fear that the child will never want to separate and this will create a clingy adult. This is a very Freudian concept and one that is horribly outdated and needs to be thrown out. I am not saying baby your child but do not leave your child with strangers all day long. Do not leave your baby screaming in another room a way from you. That baby is screaming for a reason something is wrong. That baby cannot talk and tell you what is wrong. You are only breaking the trust bond with the child by NOT being their when that baby needs you.  Trust is one thing that is hard for anyone to earn back and also the easiest thing to lose.

What worked for the Native Americans can work for a Modern day society and we really need to go back to the Earthly way of raising our kids. They are not material objects who run by gold coins.



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