Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Overview of Why Placebo Works, and Isn't Really Placebo After All

I’ve already said most everything regarding this, but I will put some of its parts into a single post, and a person can have fun with piecing it together for themselves, if they’re inclined:

- Considerations do not communicate with each other from a distance, but one detail flows seamlessly into the next

- The signals in a person’s brain are polar and subject to magnetism

- Belief is a ‘This Is’ declaration that pulls all considerations into a unified True evaluation

- The mechanisms of the metabolic pathway can be triggered in two ways: by decomposition of a molecule (which itself has a frequency that carries its meaning as a signal and equates to a ‘This Is’ declaration upon whatever it contacts), or by a reasoned thought-signal that contains the same declarative information

- A person’s perception is a reflection of their belief

Now here is one more:

The ability to consider is the power to create signals that can hold any information, and mean any intended thing to whatever receives it. But a person's existing consideration structure is always either working with them, or against them.

Observation sees only the interacting of the considerations which a person already knows within themselves, missing the truth of what actually is – and so taking direction based on a reflection of what is already known is self-reducing upon whatever accepts that direction as authority (an infinite negative loop).


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