Genetics

http://www.drfranklipman.com/busting-the-myth-on-genes-and-family-history/

Although Gene Expression tends to be a bit more complex than this article makes it. This is good base information about the subject of Epigenetics. Some other factors that can contribute to gene expression are: socioeconomic status, the level of stress of your job, the amount of central nervous system insults that you have incurred, and whether you were able to heal / integrate them before the next one happened, what generation you are in (the young people under the age of 25 are experiencing much more familial gene expression for a variety of reasons including stress and their parents’ perception of stress), whether you were affected by the huge amount of societal changes that America has had (i.e. housing crisis, stock market crashes…overall corporate white collar criminals trying to steal your money…), your availability of emergency financial support in difficult times, how much change you have gone through and how quickly, your experience, exposure and the effect of natural disasters and earth /climate change on you, your family, your stability and your body, where you grew up and the enviromental toxins associated with that, how fast paced your lifestyle is, what industry you are in, how secure your livelihood is, how many vacations you take, how high the expectations on you are and whether you can meet them, your relationship status, your family’s belief systems about emotional expression, the communication and conflict skills of your family, whether your family and support system drinks or uses drugs, your race and whether you are experiencing discrimination, whether you are a vegetarian and how your body responds to that (contrary to what much of the medical industry is proposing, large amounts of people experience negative gene expression merely BECAUSE they are a vegetarian), gender, geographic location, whether and how much the gene expression of a characteristic was expressed WHEN you were conceived and during prenatal development, how many generations had experienced the gene expression prior to you and the amount of information that they had about appropriately caring for their bodies, and whether they let that gene expression contribute to other malformations before you were conceived…

…For many, the amount of factors that they would NEED to have control of are not * in* their control, and the information is not available to them about how to protect themselves. So as much as the generations who are 60 years old and older would want everyone to believe that everything is their control, they are oftentimes out of touch with the challenges faced by the younger generations and those who come from cultural groups that are different then theirs.

This is why one of the reasons that cancer rates are SOOOOO high.

However, the Belief that we have control over our gene expression and the desire to live a life that supports our health is absolutely primary for staying healthy and acquiring the guidance that we need to protect ourselves.  Traditional Chinese Medicine suggests that we
should never operate at more than 70% capacity. That way we can be prepared for the
unexpected events. Reduced stress is essential for limiting unhealthy (family illness) gene
expression (like cancer, diabetes or heart problems…)

http://www.drfranklipman.com/busting-the-myth-on-genes-and…/

Most of us were raised to believe that the genes we were born with are our destiny and the diseases that run in the family are most likely coming for us too
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I am tired of the belief that people have that

having more drugs available to the population makes a culture better. That is like saying
“How do you heal an alcoholic? Give him alcohol”. Addictive behavior is very complex, and
unless one is drug-free, they don’t even begin to understand the issues and what is involved in healing – physical, mental, emotional, psychological, biochemical, socially, financial and nutrigenetical. The idea that “Say ‘No’ to drugs, didn’t work. Well then, let’s say ‘Yes’ to drugs”. Is incredibly simplistic, unskilled, uneducated and immature thinking. And it is part  of the addictive thinking structure. Addictive thinking is very black and white, on or off. People are not! They are complex and have the full spectrum of human emotion…Whether they express it overtly or not. Addictive behavior, whether it is low level, like a little alcohol every day, or high level – full blown addition, is not resolved by taking more drugs. It is resolved by addressing the CORE issues underneath why someone is using some drug to deal with life. A healthy person does not have the belief that they NEED some form of drug to make it through life. Health begins with our beliefs about drugs. (I am talking about alcohol and caffeine too. They are as much a drug as any other). To heal completely means that we believe that we can get our human needs met without some drugs and we have the repertoire of behavior to do so. (This of coarse happens after  we address that core issues of why we can’t make it through the day without alcohol and caffeine …)

…I think that if someone has an idea of how to deal with addiction problems, they should spend 5 years without ANY drugs, including alcohol, marijuana, and even sugar (which destroys our immune system). Then they will get a view of whether their ideas really work.

Drugged out, and healed / healing are two COMPLETELY different things. At this point most people (in US) have some form of trauma or ptsd. And most want to run away and not address the core issues underneath their avoidance patterns. People spend so much time, energy and money on their denial patterns that they don’t have anything left to address the core issues.

Some unaddressed factors that can contribute to bomb threats:

Some unaddressed factors that can contribute to bomb threats:
Isolation, rejection, emotional issues relating to not being understood or accepted for one’s biochemical or emotional individuality
Living in a society that is extremely addictive (books: When Society becomes an addict, Anatomy of an Epidemic…), where one is expected to be happy all of the time or not supported for their negative feelings, overwhelm, anger or pain…
A society that is extremely lack oriented where no one has anything extra to share with another (i.e. emotional energy)
Emotional unintelligence – using drugs to deal with issues – alcohol, marijuana, caffeine are all drugs…(Southern Oregon is one of the most addictive places in the country)
A culture’s lack of customer service skills
A culture where people are VERY selfish
A culture where people put money or physical things before others emotional and / or spiritual needs
Workaholic cultures that do not respect the emotional / and or physical health of people
Racism, discrimination, scapegoating, negative profiling, bullying…
Us and them thinking and projection onto another who is different that they are a “them” or “the bad guy”
A narcissistic culture where people do not own their emotional issues and they project them on to other targets – “you are the problem”
Having leaders who appear diplomatic and happy all of the time, but uses drugs or cigarettes to deal with his emotions behind the scenes
Economic injustice
The war between the rich and the poor thinking
Selfish people hurting others to get ahead
Beliefs that it is ok to harm others to get ahead
A culture that lacks ethics, integrity or social responsibility.
A culture or belief system that it is “ok to do harm” as long as you do not get caught
rather than having any sense of morality to do the right thing, regardless of who is looking.
A cultural belief system that if harm has come to you, it is because you deserved it.
Lack of ethics for a few to succeed, where honest people are disadvantaged
Poverty
Unemployment and the emotional overwhelm and crisis that come with that. (among young people coming out of college – 1 in 2 if not more are unemployed oftentimes carrying up to $80,000 in debt)
A culture where there are no calming, pharmaceutical grade nutritional support for those in crisis.
Homelessness or the fear of it
Insecure or unstable home situations
Unreasonable expectations of young people, their capacity to produce or to be emotionally stable
Unreasonable or impossible to meet standards being put on children in the education system
Go, Go, Go standards of society ignoring or disrespecting emotional or physical health and well being
Insecure housing situations
Narcistic parents who take drugs and judge their children for being “oversensitive” or “overreactive”
Parents who drink, smoke, use stimulants… and who judge their children for taking or being on other drugs. (Children learn from example / modeling)
Parents who are numb, shut down, emotionally blocked, addictive, who are adult survivors of physical, mental, emotional abuse or neglect, and who project their issues on to children
Parents who are “flat” in their emotions because they have low level depression and don’t know to go to a doctor to address their hormonal issues and judge their children for being emotional
Judgement of young people’s range of emotion and unreasonable beliefs about them “being” or “staying” even-keeled rather than loving them unconditionally for having the full spectrum of human emotion
Unhealed abuse issues
Hormonal imbalance
Adrenal exhaustion
Environmental Toxic Overload
Doctors who do not understand why the body of the child (any person) is anxious, overwhelmed, or depressed and medicating instead of healing them (Naturopathic doctors are on the right track)
Insomnia
The lack of wisdom about and availability of suitable pharmaceutical grade nutritional support for insomnia, depression and anxiety.
Medication that have suicidal or homicidal side effects
A culture where support for insomnia, depression and anxiety is only psychological and no one deals with the biochemistry, or where the biochemical support has extreme side effects that are way worse than the issue for which it is being prescribed (Ie “in some instances, this support can cause death…”)
Using a stimulant to treat anxiety (CALMANTS should be used)
Malnourishment
Generation differences between parent and children where the parents have NO understanding of the level of pressure that is on children (and young people) at this point or caring about their feelings and how overwhelmed they are
Transgenerational Epigenetic Influence – the passing on of ill health from parent to child because the parent did not address the health issues BEFORE the birth of the child. (Usually parents who drink or use caffeine are already in stage one or stage two illness. The child is then born with these same health issues)
The belief system that men are supposed to be calm all of the time (a pressure cooker ready to blow) and they do not get the emotional support that they need.

Sex

Hmmm. Funny. Don’t completely agree. But like what she said about self respect.

http://samuel-warde.com/2013/08/this-is-the-best-example-of-what-twerking-really-is

While I don’t think that you have to ‘wait til marriage to have sex’, I do believe everything that she said about self worth. I believe the “wait til you get married to have sex” thing is the reason so many people married the wrong person and got divorced later. It is also the reason that so many people get married too young. Studies show that young people who wait til at least 26 or 28 years old, to get married are much more successful with marriage than those who get married earlier. And they are also better equipped to be more patient, stable, loving parents. (Stability is absolutely essential for a child’s overall health). They also have a better sense of who they are, and what they want and need, have had time to work through some of their issues and tend to choose better matches. They have had time to develop some sense of autonomy, and some time to possibly think of their individual purpose (other than child-rearing). While there can be some exceptions to these comments, I think it is important for a person to know who they are, before they commit before God/dess and everyone to be with another person for the rest of their life.

I believe that sex is a special experience and that it is a way of expressing love.  Although in many circles of singles, they tell me that there is something wrong with me that I do not just have casual sex (or date people for the sole purpose of having sex) and that I am not as ‘evolved’ because I don’t participate in “Polyamory” (another word they use for multiple sex partners), I stick with my original beliefs that “sex is something special and it is about love”. I believe that sex is something beautiful to be cherished. I have received a lot of criticism for this idea, in a world that vascilates between puritanical abstention and lustful, greedy obsession with sexuality. And when I was younger, I was rejected many times for not “putting out”.

Many singles use sex as a ‘drug of choice’ and make others wrong for not participating. Also this thing of ‘serial monogamy’ i.e. relationship addiction where you use a person ’til you are bored with them, then move on to the next person (usually before your last relationship was even over), is in my opinion a way of not dealing with your issues or doing proper grief work. It is harmful to the person doing it, because they get stuck in patterns of insecure attachment that could potentially leave them single forever, and it is harmful to their love interest who feels used when they are dumped for the next interesting person. Women can have 300 times the oxytocin (bonding chemical) as men.  When it is a man “rebounding” and dumping his partner for someone else, it can leave a woman traumatized. The chemicals in a woman’s body (who has a healthy/secure attachment /bonding mechanism) can cause her to feel overwhelmed, as well as excruciating pain. Oxytocin withdrawal (in the words of a nurse friend of mine) is literally biochemically equivalent to cocaine withdrawal. Relationships need to be gently moved from, and issues need to be worked through, for both parties to be healthy at the end. The days of randomly using people and disposing of them when you are done, in a selfish way to get needs met, without regard for others, are over.

More older women are dating younger men because men their own age are ignorant, immature or disrespectful.  So those men, who are just randomly using women until their 30s or 40s (when they are ready to settle down), are often left behind when high quality women date younger men who are can be more caring, respectful, appreciative and attractive. Also studies show that rebound relationships are rarely successful. They rarely result in two healthy people coming together to have a healthy relationship.

The societal patterns are that people are waiting longer to get married (especially if they have divorced parents), with people waiting til their 30s, or even early 40s for their first marriage. To tell them they have til wait to they are 40 to have sex is not realistic (and literally can be harmful to their health). But even if they are waiting til they find a good match, to realize their dreams, or to have their career in order before they marry, they still need to be honest, open and responsible with how they have sex and who they have sex with. I hear all the time people say “I told him /her that I didn’t want a relationship, before I had sex with him/her. I dont know why she/he is so attached”. This is not how the body works for someone who is emotionally available. People bond, oxytocin creates a bond, and people can be attached when they have sex. It is the person who just wants “to play” who is responsibility to pick the right person with whom to “play”. And to be responsible. The day of “there are no victims; it is your fault if I hurt you” are over. If you are setting up someone to get hurt, and they feel traumatized when you are done with them. You are responsible. Or shall I say, “you have been irresponsible”.

Unconditional love and responsible people do not leave a trail of bodies, or people who feel traumatized.  If you are responsible, honest, open and choose the right people, there is no reason that people will feel traumatized from their experience with you. If you want to just “play” then do not choose people who want a commitment, even if they are naive (inexperienced) and think they can handle it. If someone hasn’t been burned before, by someone just wanting ‘fun’, when they want a serious, committed relationship, and they don’t know how much pain can be involved with that, it is OUR job to protect them from that type of harm. We are responsible to make sure that what we do, does not harm another. The days of take everything you can get, not caring about our impact on others, selfish greed, the ends justify the means and if you get hurt by me, it’s your fault for not protecting yourself better are over. Innocent people don’t know they need to protect themselves from others. It is OUR job to not harm the innocent or vulnerable, not THEIR job to walk around defensive so that they do not get hurt. The job of the inner male, and men in our society is to protect others, even if it is to protect them from themselves. The days of recklessly, selfishly using people and their bodies to get ahead are over. We all know that rape is not ok. Neither is just using people for sex and disposing them. The days of using people for their ideas and energy and not giving something in return are also over.
http://samuel-warde.com/2013/08/this-is-the-best-example-of-what-twerking-really-is/

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