In Chapter 2 of the Master Key System I find the following quote in Chapter 17.
The conscious mind can suggest either truth or error. If the latter, it is at the cost of wide-reaching peril to the whole being.
Twenty year ago, I accepted a truth that a certain condition in the body, particularly bone loss was due to a calcium deficiency. In the past couple of years, I began to question the logic behind this “truth”. In October of 2020, my father passed away from heart disease. He had always been a believer in nutrition and supplements. He was constantly supplementing.
When he was in the hospital, his cardiologist told me that there was no hope for his heart because of the calcification.
I had also been supplementing with calcium because in my mother’s health record, she had two knee replacements in her 50s. Osteoporosis was to blame. I could avoid that with supplementation. I started taking a lot of minerals including extra calcium. In 2006, when I was 44 years old, I had my knee give out and a cyst burst in my leg. Subsequently, I dealt with blood clots. I was already supplementing. This shouldn’t be happening. I still never questioned the logic.
Recently, I began to challenge these beliefs when I stumbled on to a book. The book talked about the epidemic of disease that seemed to come about in the 1980s. I began high dose Vitamin D3 and some of its co factors and eliminated the calcium. The results have been very encouraging.
I also suffered a broken arm in November and at the age of 60, I expected that it would take a while to heal fully if at all. The doctor insisted on Calcium supplementation. I did not refuse to his face but I took no calcium. I was fully healed in about 6 weeks. A ganglion cyst that I had that resisted aspiration in July disappeared in 4 weeks. A dry patch of my skin on my arm that caused me concern enough to see a dermatologist is now healing and returning to normal.
I am happy that I have discovered this one thing about my health but I am happier still that I know how important it is not to allow something to become so automatic that you never ever challenge its accuracy.