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Best of Our Blogs: November 5, 2013

By Brandi-Ann Uyemura, M.A.
Associate Editor

You’re so stupid. Why did you do that? No wonder no one likes you. You’re weak. Crazy. Unlovable. What’s wrong with you?

These are the words that wreak havoc on our soul. Sometimes they’re from external sources, but a lot of times they come from within. When allowed to take residence in our minds, they end up spoiling our relationships, unique talents, and what’s good in our lives.

While we can’t completely wade out the negative voices, we can make an attempt to draw in more positive ones. Turning love inward requires self-acceptance, which we can find from supportive people, by sharing our challenges and by making a conscious effort to speak kindly to ourselves.  It’s a process and a life-long journey, but the benefits have a ripple effect on our lives.

This week our bloggers are putting a magnifying glass over things like anger, love, panic attacks, trauma and chronic pain. As these posts show, it’s vulnerability and sharing difficult experiences in an open and honest way that starts the process of self-healing. Read it and you’ll feel understood. Share it and you’ll promote positive feelings of acceptance and compassion.

{photo credit: Flickr photo by Loving Earth}

{photo credit: Flickr photo by Loving Earth}

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Best of Our Blogs: November 5, 2013

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  1. Read “A Note on Uberveillance” by M. D. Michael. Newport News Police and Virginia State Police had Dr. Lawrence Chang implant me w/o my knowledge and consent with a biochip. It enables torture. They use it as a sensor and pulse energy projectiles at you. I had a heart attack. It enables voice to skull communication. See LRAD white papers or audio spotlight by Holosonics. See Safeguards in a World of Ambient Intelligence by Springer page 9. See Mental Health and Terrorism by Amin Gadit. See Bio Initiative Report 2012. See Forbescom and search Brandon Raub. Law enforcement tases citizens into “excited delirium” (see at nijorg) to make them act in ways they normally would not. There are 3 reasons to have it implanted 1) mental health, 2) criminal record, and 3) infectious disease. If you don’t meet any of those requirements like me, they’ll falsify your records. All the mass shootings are the work of law enforcement. They want to take away your right to bear arms and make America a police state. They torture people into a state of what the national institute of justice calls “excited delirium.” People aren’t suddenly going crazy, they’re being tortured. I also believe the biochip to be responsible for PTSD. Read Brian Castner’s book “A Long Walk”. I have the same ambiguous pains, twitches, heart attack, night mares, day mares, gurgling, etc. I never served in the war. What do we have in common? The biochip.

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