Vaccines, Energy and Freedom

If you were watching a TV series about the pandemic lockdown we are currently suffering through, you might look at it as a phantasmagorical kind of thing. “Oh, that could never happen,” you might think. “It’s too much.”

And, of course, they do magnify and dramatize events for dramatic purposes in those series. Real-life dystopia proceeds more glacially.

But we’re seeing the elements – neighbours peering through curtains, dissenting views being cancelled, and, most chillingly, dutiful acquiescence of the good people, something Martin Luther King warned us about.

Now this is not to denigrate in any way the “make the best of it” spirit that many display during these pandemic times, but it is perhaps an admonition to keep your eyes open while you’re preparing that soothing cup of tea.

Perhaps it’s never been more essential for Norberto Keppe‘s incisive science of psycho-socio pathology to be studied and understood, and we’ll certainly employ that disinverted scientific view to our topic today.

Vaccines, Energy and Freedom, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Behind the Great Reset

As we turn the page on what was surely one of the most unprecedented years in modern history, we look forward to better times in 2021. It’s natural to do that – greet the new with optimism. Hope, after all, springs eternal in the human breast as Alexander Pope noted almost 300 years ago.

But this New Year, there is trepidation present in the mix, and maybe even despair in some.

Fear not, however, the genius Board of Directors at the World Economic Forum are on the case.

That’s supposed to allay the angst of uncertainty, but in some of us, is even great cause for concern. Will the cure be worse than the sickness? That’s a great possibility, given that the way out they’ll be proposing later this month is being elaborated by the very brain trust that is responsible for leading us into the crisis in the first place. And maybe they’ll be interested only in protecting their assets.

Let’s consider What’s Behind the Great Reset, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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The Science of Freedom

It’s as old as philosophy itself. Freedom. Free will. Free choice. 

We’ve taken it for granted in our western world. “Of course we’re free,” we gloat when comparing ourselves to those in the world we consider unfree.

Until we’re not free. To get together in groups, or sit tight to another table at a restaurant, or even go to a basketball game.

Which should cause us to howl in protest. Except it doesn’t because we’re scared or mandated.

And then there are the definitions of what it is to be free anyway. Is it free to do whatever we want? Is this choice really mine or am I unknowingly following some external programming?

You can see why it’s been so much debated in schools of philosophy and religion. In our modern art of persuasion, the skill of the persuader lies in getting you to do what they want but thinking that it’s your choice.

What a tangled web! Is there any point in wading into those waters yet again?

I unhesitatingly say yes, for we have a science here that can begin to put it to rights.

The Science of Freedom, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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A True Spiritual Reset

It’s July, and we’re still in the middle of the pandemic. Actually, we’ve been in the middle of this for what, 4 months now? You ever seen anything like this? Of course not. Unless you’re a Highlander who lived through the Plague.

This crisis feels different, doesn’t it, from all the other global crises we’ve faced. The real ones I mean … not the big screen inventions. Different because it’s highlighting the dire situation we’re experiencing in all areas of human life. Environmental, economic, health … even the NBA … we’re all facing it. And as we work from home and avoid hugging our grandparents, the geniuses in Davos, who are largely responsible for leading us into this global mess in the first place, are now certain they can reset us out of it.

It’s an unprecedented window of opportunity that’s closing fast and may never open again, is how Prince Charles puts it, and those rounded Eton vowels hove in the air ominously.

I don’t buy it. And if you do, I hope we can give you a better perspective. Forget their reset; let’s talk about a True Spiritual Reset today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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The Inner Game of Virus Defense

It’s week 8 of the quarantine here in Brazil. Restaurants and shops are still closed, they’re taking temperatures before they let me in to the supermarket across the street, and no end in sight to the general Big Pharma orientation to lock down everyone, high risk or no.

It’s an entirely materialistic response to a health condition that is not only physically solved, showing the clearly limited science that we are following worldwide.
Which point to the desperate need for a more comprehensive science … one that can get to the real solutions for physical health problems, not just a face-mask-and-alcohol-gel-every-15-minutes solution like we’re being offered now.
Norberto Keppe has been a leading edge pioneer in the psychosomatic approach to all disease. The power of his energetic medicine is impressive and offers us hope beyond Bill Gates, the WHO and Big Pharma.
The Inner Game of Virus Defense, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

Calming Pandemic Hysteria

There must have been a “Eureka!” moment back in the late 1800s when, investigating an infection in the French wine industry, Louis Pasteur happened upon the discovery of micro-organisms. He must have felt the jolt of a thrill of realizing that he’d stumbled upon something really monumental.

He was perfectly aware of the concurrent research being conducted by rival French scientists, including the extraordinary Antoine Bechamp and even his good friend, Claude Bernard.

The separator of the waters between them, something that came to be as contentious as the War of the Currents between Tesla and Edison, was that his scientific rivals had reached the opposite conclusion: the body does not get sick as a consequence of an invasion of microbes from outside, but is instead sick in the internal system of the organism. Microbes appear as a consequence, not as the cause of disease.

Pasteur’s self-marketing won the day, however, and his discovery underlies all of the paranoia and fear around contagions.

Calming Pandemic Hysteria today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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The Censorship of Natural

One of the challenges in our modern philosophy lies in the difficulty of acknowledging right and wrong, good and bad. We’ve blurred the lines so much it’s almost impossible to clarify this in any absolute way. An artist puts a glass of water on a shelf and calls it an oak tree, and defends that it’s an oak tree because he says it is. And there’s no argument to be used against his declaration because that would be intolerant, politically incorrect. Hate speech even in extreme cases. The pendulum has swung so far in this liberal direction that you have 50 something gender choices when signing up for a new Facebook account.

Now I’m certainly not advocating the cleaning out of the society of anyone who doesn’t agree with the traditional view of things, but I also can’t really see my way to endorsing any opinion whatsoever as the new normal.

Some will certainly say I’m a dinosaur stuck in the 1950s for expressing that. And that, I suggest, is exactly the problem.

Dare we try to approach this in our program today? Of course we do.

The Censorship of Natural today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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The Chaos of Evil

I’m Richard Lloyd Jones, and this is Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

One of the things that’s happened to me over the 18 plus years I’ve been in Brazil working with the science of Analytical Trilogy elaborated by Brazilian psychoanalyst and social scientist, Norberto Keppe, has been a gradual opening of the door to my spirituality. I still consider myself pretty “feet on the floor”, which I guess is a nice way of saying materialistic, but there is a flicker of the flame of spiritual awareness that I can feel at times.

And that crack in the opening door has allowed some light of theology to enter my reluctant head, to the point where I now consider the catastrophic disaster awaiting us if we don’t make radical changes to be emblematic of a spiritual battle on the planet – not a political or economic or even religious one.

We are, in my evolving view, engaged in a battle between the forces of good and the forces of evil, and as I understand it, this is taking place at our earthly level fueled by thoughts and orientations from a transcendental level.

I hope we can bring some clarity to that today.

The Chaos of Evil, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Looking After Our Eternal Assets

I’m Richard Lloyd Jones, and this is Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

As we head into Christmas, we often take time to reflect on friends and family, on hopes and dreams, on plans and logistics. After all, we’ve got the trips to hometowns, the Christmas gift buying, the parking lot congestion to navigate. It’s a time to reflect on what’s happened, and how fast it’s all gone by.

And in those times, we need the wisdom and dedication to commit our efforts to doing what’s necessary, what we were put on this earth to do in this short time we’ve been granted on this planet.

But above all that, and widely forgotten in our modern, materialistic age, is the true reason for the celebration – the virgin birth that marks our western world. For believers or not, the undeniable fact remains that our civilization was, and is, formed by adherence to those Christian values that He brought a couple of millennia ago. Justice, tolerance, forgiveness, love for one’s neighbour … these are the true values that we all desire. And that’s what He came to remind us of.

Looking After Our Eternal Assets, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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Even Psychopaths Feel Guilt

I’m Richard Lloyd Jones, and this is Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

Back when I was a kid playing street hockey in my hometown, a couple of Dutch immigrant kids came out hoping to join us. They were carrying hockey sticks their father had made by nailing a piece of wood to long broom handles. These makeshift sticks were far from the sleek, black taped, store bought babies the rest of us were sporting, and my friends were lavish in the derision they heaped on the poor guys who retreated, humiliated, back to their rented house.

It was the shattered look on their faces that I remember even to this day. I felt so guilty, I stopped playing and walked down to their house to apologize.

It’s a powerful feeling, guilt. It can keep us up at nights. It can make us sick. A police detective here in Brazil told me he thinks guilt may be the reason criminals leave clues so they get caught.

Today, though, we’re counselled to mitigate our guilt. Not being able to manage our guilt feelings is actually considered detrimental to our mental health.

In fact, nothing could be further from the truth.

Even Psychopaths Feel Guilty, today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.

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