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Is Fluoride "Calcifying your Pineal Gland" a myth?

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1 hour ago, Free Mind said:

Uhh....😳

I think we're treading neurotic territory here lol

I just bought filters for my whole house.


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Until a year or three ago, I used fluoride toothpaste and ate/drank quite unhealthy. Every year I had carries, even with brushing multiple times a day.

You don't need fluoride to have good teeth. You don't even need to brush them everyday if you watch what you eat. I eat and drink barely sugars or acids and brush my teeth every 2 days with fluoride free toothpaste and one time a week with salt. No carries in years.

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12 hours ago, Leo Gura said:

I imagine it does accumulate in the brain over long periods of time. Better safe than sorry. There is no reason to be drinking cheap unfiltered water. High quality water only costs $28/month in the US.

Luckily brains are imaginary. Consciousness is not produced in the brain. How can the little material blob that is the pineal gland prevent Consciousness from realizing itself?

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@Chris365 this is true, but also your body is deeply intertwined with your consciousness and energy, at least on one level it is.

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@Leo Gura working on this. It’s certainly does make a difference, seeing how your body absorbs a lot of the water in the shower, but you probably already know. It’s definitely worth the money.

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31 minutes ago, Chris365 said:

Luckily brains are imaginary. Consciousness is not produced in the brain. How can the little material blob that is the pineal gland prevent Consciousness from realizing itself?

Unfortunately toxic chemicals are also imaginary, so they are perfectly capable of clogging up your imaginary brain.


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1 hour ago, Chris365 said:

Luckily brains are imaginary. Consciousness is not produced in the brain. How can the little material blob that is the pineal gland prevent Consciousness from realizing itself?

Cute. Try doing consciousness work with a toxic brain. 


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Sh it, there is so much stuff. It's probably worthwhile to start collecting the list of all the toxic items around us


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Stressing yourself out over toxins and making intelligent positive choices to improve your health are two different things. It's important to know the difference for yourself. 


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46 minutes ago, Leo Gura said:

Unfortunately toxic chemicals are also imaginary, so they are perfectly capable of clogging up your imaginary brain.

Not if I'm not imagining them B|

There's a fine line between common sense 'de-toxifying' and obsessing over every little 'sign' toxins might be on the attack. I'd say more people pursuing spirituality are prone to the latter, they will put the lack of progress on the path to anything perceived as an outside cause.

It couldn't be that the meditation practice is not up to scratch, or contemplation, or responsible use of psychedelics, or any other spiritual work... it's them bad toxins that are out to get you...

Sure, don't lick heavy metal pipes... but also fixating on the other side is only a small step away from chemtrails, 'them' trying to get 'us' etc.

Balance in everything  ...

 

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6 hours ago, Chris365 said:

Not if I'm not imagining them B|

There's a fine line between common sense 'de-toxifying' and obsessing over every little 'sign' toxins might be on the attack. I'd say more people pursuing spirituality are prone to the latter, they will put the lack of progress on the path to anything perceived as an outside cause.

It couldn't be that the meditation practice is not up to scratch, or contemplation, or responsible use of psychedelics, or any other spiritual work... it's them bad toxins that are out to get you...

Sure, don't lick heavy metal pipes... but also fixating on the other side is only a small step away from chemtrails, 'them' trying to get 'us' etc.

Balance in everything  ...

 

Placing blind trust into public health systems is almost as bad as being balls-deep in conspiracies. Human error, randomness and even greed can be a factor. It's better to take your health into your own hands before someone messes up and you're drinking lead.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/30/us/brain-eating-amoeba-texas-water-supply-trnd/index.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flint_water_crisis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drinking_water_quality_in_the_United_States#Substances_for_which_there_are_no_federal_standards

Now I'm not saying a filtration system is going to make you enlightened, but one thing it will do is make you healthier and happier, with more energy and mental clarity that carries over into your practice.

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All my hygiene products are the mainstream popular brands that I buy at Giant, are cheap, and smell good (old spice, Gillett, Crest, etc...).

How about this, when exhaust my current supply then I will transition.

Fun fact, Alex Jones sells water filters and fluoride free toothpaste on his website.

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10 hours ago, Chris365 said:

There's a fine line between common sense 'de-toxifying' and obsessing over every little 'sign' toxins might be on the attack.

I don't propose obessing over it. Many of these are one-time fixes.

Buying a good filtration system for your house is a one-time fix. Easy.

Changing your shampoo, soap, toothpaste, etc. are also easy one-time fixes.

Changing your Teflon pans to stainless steel is a one-time fix.

The only cost here is a bit of time and money.

I will shoot a video in the future about how to detoxify your entire lifestyle.


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15 minutes ago, Leo Gura said:

I will shoot a video in the future about how to detoxify your entire lifestyle.

Your videos are super advanced now, I think this topic is more appropriate as a blog video

P.S. I found the Alex Jones water filter supply, it's hilarious because I'm wondering ''why would he sell this''?

 

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1 hour ago, Husseinisdoingfine said:

P.S. I found the Alex Jones water filter supply, it's hilarious because I'm wondering ''why would he sell this''?

Because it makes him million of dollars.

Alex Jones is a product salesman first, conspiracy theorist second.

Obviously don't buy his overpriced and overhyped products.


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Final question, why should I as a young person (18) care about how organic my soap is? Can’t I worry about that later?


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Albert Camus

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@Leo Gura  

 

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On 8/29/2019 at 8:44 PM, Leo Gura said:

If you drink tap water, you're a fool. You think it's free of heavy metals & other junk? Ha!

Imagine filling your brain with trace heavy metals for 40 years. Don't be surprised when your health goes to hell.

Just to push back on this, I had a professor in school who was deeply involved with water treatment in civil engineering for a number of years.  She said she would NEVER drink bottled water, as it contains far more impurities than tap water, and that tap water is some of the cleanest water you can drink.  Whether or not that is true, I think it is specious to ascribe poor American health to things like tap water; the number of other possible culprits is too vast and nuanced.

While of course it doesn't hurt to filter your water and use organic toothpaste, I also think that is a personal choice that is closer to superstition than undeniable fact.

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