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Mind/Body Chemistry 201

A simple definition for chemistry is, substances produced by the planet or our universe. The etymological origin for the word “nature” is the word “physics,” which comes from the ancient Greek language; it means, “to grow.” Science investigates the two sides of matter; the physical of “who we are” and the ultimate mental question, “who am I?” Even synthetic chemicals, manufactured from the natural knowledge of organic chemistry, are variables in life, along with inorganic chemistry, which deals with the universe’s dust. God’s cosmology is about “change;” the transformation of inorganic dust into organic life is the ultimate example. Today’s surviving is a double-edged sword, held by one opponent. The rich with their manufactured products are cheap, telling us these “goods” are better than Earth’s wisdom. As long as society keeps supporting the “have’s” controlling the “have not’s,” materialism doesn’t change. Poverty is politically motivated, doing money exchanges by the lobbyists.

 

Someone once said, “Life is a struggle.” These sounds echo on one side of life, defined as our contemporary non-nutritive artificial lifestyle. The wild animals struggle in Nature’s garden. God’s “Garden of Eden” is for the planet’s life. Gravity is a struggle. A toddler’s body is a testament, bouncing off the floor to get up again. This struggle side of life is about “acidic” biochemistry. The body is genetically programmed to be “alkaline,” eliminating its acidic waste daily. Everything that gets on or in our bodies dissolves into our alkaline oceans, environmentally created from evolutionary genetics. For millions of years, Nature continues to evolve its “alkaline” side of life for healthy plants and animals, the Earth’s food chain. To be healthy is so simple; limit or eliminate synthetic substances from our internal and external environments. Artificial chemicals, exposed to continuously throughout life, are the body’s ultimate stressor. They cause physical frictions, then acidic diseases.

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The “natural state” is a gift from God and Nature

 

Above the body, our mind’s stress is the biggest acid producing generator of our existence. Each organism of evolution wakes up to a sunrise, metabolic chores are for everyday living. Life has always been about death; both are moments and parts of this soulful journey. Nothing has changed much, looking at our history. The natural side has evolved, adapting to the Earth. To stay or create health, resonate with being a planetary citizen, like the rest of the world’s wildlife. The “natural state” has two meanings; the body belongs to Mother Nature and our mind belongs to our Father God. Being humane is a natural choice. Start with the body, Nature cleanses us of materialism; eating planetary creations will detoxify any addiction. Then further work is on our mind, cleaning to dissolve and transcend our ego.

 

Life is a programmed board game. Living for the body is about getting on base. First base is about kissing and a home run creates children. Living for the mind, first base is the realization of “good.” Second base is an awareness of our ego attachments. Third base is fingers on a switch, turning our hearts on. The home run is sharing the planet’s healthy lifestyle with our fellow unaware travelers.

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Dr. T.K. Stone

Dr. T. K. Stone fell in love with the dental arts as a dental laboratory technician in the US Army. Working with dentists inspired him to become one. Finishing very high in his class, he joined the faculty and later specialized at the same dental school. In private practice, he focused on TMJ disorders and complicated restorative rehabilitation cases. He was also invited to teach at another dental school. As a professor in the 1980's and 1990's, he published articles in health magazines on the mind and body connections, relating to the dental health of the teeth, gums and jaw joints (TMJ). The 1960's were a very inspiring decade for Dr. Stone as a teenager. Not only his passion for the dental arts was born, his other passion in life, mind and body health, flourished throughout these years from his ninth to nineteenth birthdays. His book, "The Fertile Ground" published in 2011, summarizes an understanding about this life. Our planet Earth, and Mother Nature, intends a healthy existence for all its creatures, free of the diseases commonly seen in today's humanity. This unhealthy lifestyle doesn't exist in our evolutionary past. Tooth decay and all the other degenerative diseases are not seen in our world's wildlife, not now or in the past. We are all related within the genetics of Nature's "Tree of Life." We all live and survive with the same natural laws, under the same sun. We humans take an unnatural direction, which has consequences. Why? Purchase "The Fertile Ground" by Dr. T.K. Stone on Amazon Today.

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