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January 26, 2013

[video] Pharmacist Ben Fuchs Exposes Deadly Antidepressants — “Clearly, the modern medical model has failed us”

“Clearly, the modern medical model has failed us.”

Antidepressants are an LSD-like substance.

If you’re on an SSRI drug, please consider the alternatives

The sun is not a demon in the sky hellbent on our destruction!
And many are low in salt.

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Really good rant at minute-46!Pharmacist Exposes Deadly Antidepressants

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Published on Jan 26, 2013

When I find myself in fear mode, or angry, resentful, bitter or thinking/feeling crappy in any way, (and these days it seems easier and easier to enter into these less than empowering states) I use these negative feelings as a cue to step back into a watching, observer state. And what is usually being observed is that all feelings are linked to the endless, non-stop churning of the mental machinery, the robotic, automatic spewing of this mysterious “thing” called thought/feeling. Now, I understand the power and importance of thought/feeling. And I am not trying to marginalize it’s power for construction and fulfillment. But thought/feeling can be like an unruly beast of burden. Sure it can do some good work, but when it goes into its habitual and automatic mode, (which is a function of its primary survival imperative; a good thing!) it is not operating in its owner’s interest.

Thus it is critical that when negative thoughts/feelings kick in, that we take a pause, and observe carefully the movement of thought/feeling as it arises and (as it inevitably must) falls. Separate yourself from this movement by watching. Observe closely its activity and realize that this robotic process has enthralled and enslaved you for your entire life. As you make this realization, a sense of power will come over you. You will, for at least a moment, feel a sense of a potential freedom and power, that has heretofore been completely unsuspected.

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