Ways to waste your life. (This landed in my mail box, so I would like to share it with you)
Waste your life. Is this what we do on purpose? Scary stuff indeed! I have underlined the ones that particularly affect your state of health. some of these will help to explain why some people use our products and free health advice to great effect, whilst others do not. No product actually heals you because the body heals itself. The right product at the right time for the right reason will facilitate this process. It is actually the mind that keeps the body sick, as you will see!
Regards, Sue Visser
Ways to waste your life. (Anonymous)
If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never get it. If you don’t ask the right questions, you’ll always get the wrong answers. If you don’t take a step forward, you’re always going to be in the same place. Life is a journey full of choices. Here are some wasteful choices to avoid. (They could be affecting your health. – Sue)
Spend time regretting the past and feeling sorry for yourself.
Complain about problems and do nothing to solve them.
Follow the path of least resistance and quit when the going gets tough. (Pop pills – don’t eat what suits you)
Ignore your passion and follow the money.
Setup your lifestyle so it’s dependant on your next pay check.
Spend more than you earn and rack up lots of financial debt. (Expensive medications work better than a good diet?)
Try to control everything and then worry about the things you can’t control.
Focus on what you don’t want to happen.(Think sick, become sick)
Fear the things you don’t fully understand. (Fear cancer, fear the treatment. Believe you will die from it.)
Let everyone else make decisions for you. Don’t decide on anything, ever. (Don’t work out a health programme)
Let small issues snowball into big problems. ( Keep harping on a tiny lump till it grows into a huge one)
Be jealous of everyone else. (Stress and bad vibes make you acidic. Keep it that way.)
Hold onto anger. Never forgive anyone. (Excellent for diabetes and cancer and to knock the immune system)
Always be right. Never let anyone be more right than you. (Convince people you are really sick. Create evidence!)
Seek external validation before you consider yourself good enough. (Consult with self opinionated medical thieves)
Make sure everything you do impresses someone else.
Lie to yourself and those around you and put up with others who lie to you. (Get more and more drug prescriptions)
Keep doing the same thing over and over again until the day you die. (Ignore good nutrition, exercise , self control.)
Never finish what you start. (Buy lots of supplements, get lots of pills. Collect them! Believe they don’t work)
Stay in the same place forever. Never travel. (Stick with the old doctor, opinions, harmful prescriptions, side effects.)
Compare yourself unfavourably to those who you feel are more successful. ( Keep reminding them how ill you are.)
Belittle yourself and hang out with other people who belittle you. (Fatigued, weak, and full of woe and pain. Share it!)
Never learn anything new. (Ignore the blood type diet, parasites, acidity, gluten free, heavy metal protocols, etc.)
Never take responsibility for your own actions. Blame everyone around you. (Ask for advice you refuse to take)
Don’t let anyone help you. (Don’t! You could become healthy and responsible for your own actions.)
Be suspicious. Trust no one. (Have a negative mindset. If the medication works, make sure it isn’t a placebo!)
Multitask, multitask, and multitask! Do everything at once. (Visit alternative therapists, as many as you can.)
Fill every waking moment of your life with commitments. (But don’t ever commit to cutting out gluten and sugar.)
Don’t help others unless you have to. Do only the things that benefit you directly. (Don’t expect to get better.)
Think about all the things you don’t have and frown. (Not enough surgery, drugs, prostheses or respirators.)
Never exercise. Only eat junk food and fried food. Let your health rot.
Don’t say what you mean. Don’t mean what you say. (Do you really want to be healthy and not get sympathy?)
Never tell anyone how you feel or what you’re thinking. (Don’t give up all the benefits of being self-sick!)
Never say, “I’m sorry.” Never say, “I love you.” (When people give up their time for you – never say thank you!)
Get involved in other people’s problems and make them your own. (For new ailments – just copy from people)
Always put your own needs on the back burner. (But keep reminding people you are a victim. Poor me!)
Make others feel bad about themselves. (Hate and belittle people who show off how good they feel and look.)
Watch TV for several hours every day.
Do lots of drugs. Drink lots of alcohol. (Prescription drugs have severe if not fatal side effects.)
Don’t play, just work.
Let your hobbies go. (Constantly reminding yourself how sick and fat and disabled you are takes up all your time)
Let your close relationships go.
Take everyone seriously and everything personally.
Remember the insults, forget the compliments. (Take offence at these 50 points – they apply to all of us in truth.)
Fail to plan. Always wait until the last minute. (Never take medications as directed. Manifest all the side effects.)
Let it all bottle up inside. (But spew it out on innocent and unsuspecting individuals.)
Always disregard other people’s opinions and suggestions. (So too, if help is freely given and it may be the truth.)
Dream about your future goals and never take action to achieve them. (Losing all that weight - eat more instead.)
Fear change and resist it. (Fear getting well, resist being energetic, free of pain. You are in a sick “comfort zone”.)
Work hard, do your best, and then condemn yourself for not achieving perfection.
If you’re guilty of some of the bullet points above, remember, no matter how long you have travelled in the wrong direction you always have the choice to turn around.
I serve people as a health advisor. I do so free of charge and willingly. The 50 points that were sent to me are often the cause of why people find themselves in poor health. I receive many requests for products that they can take. It is not so simple. Often a special approach is required and it takes a lot of time and effort to do so. Regards, Sue Visser. This is what happens most of the time:
1A positive response. Appreciation and alleviation. People read all the material I provide. They diligently do the protocols and are thrilled with the results. They admit to error, overturn bad habits and negative mindsets. They search for recommended products – or therapists. They always respond, reply and thank me. They are prepared to eat according to their blood type. They share with their friends and help to empower them as well. Thank you. Thank you!
2 The demanders. List medications or supplements. They take them but they do not work. They ask me for more products to take. They ignore advice and protocols and refuse to address their unhealthy/causative habits. They love to dramatise, gripe and nit pick. (Even in placebo trials, it is known that 30-80% of people can be cured by sugar tablets.) But not in what we call the “no-cebo “group. They do not read all the literature that I give them, explaining the cause of the problem. Do they really want a cure, or do they want the attention? They seldom if ever thank me for my effort.
3 The slammers. Some people love to have everything spelled out to them, especially on cell phones. They get the free advice, the research and articles I patiently write and quote from the references, the suggested products and a list of resources and therapists. I spend a lot of time and attention to really help them. And? No reply, no nothing. No thank you.
The best advice I can give is very simple. Get to the cause and treat the cause. The body heals itself once it is pointed in the right direction. You can be healthy and happy – right now! Think healthy, act healthy, be healthy. It is your choice.