Infant Dies after “Craniosacral” Therapy? Silly

5 08 2009

Silly, isn’t it?

So here is yet another article that sounds true.  Remember that  the point of Suggestaion or Sugar Station (because every suggestion carries its hit of sugar) is not to announce that something is right or wrong, good or bad, the point is to observe the suggestions and their affect.

And in this online blog, all these good people seem to be bent out of shape over something that no one has any idea about.  The only fact is, it seems, that there was a casualty, but even this is unclear.  Yes, it would be amusing, if not such a tragic and a dark subject, especially considering the current health care debate and that medical errors and hospital visits are the 8th and 11th leading causes of death in the USA, by recent conservative count.  Who would post this stuff?  What would be that private corporation’s private motivation? if not to plant a simple suggestation:   “Infant Dies After ‘Craniosacral’ Therapy” (Whatever that is!)

First of all, after a brief examination, you will find that no one can sift out the facts, or even if this unpronouncable “cranio-sounds-like-cranial” was involved at all, or if the alleged event ever even happened the way it was claimed to happen. First of all, what’s ‘cranio-sacral’?  Amazing the ways folks seek attention, isn’t it?  And all based on the power of suggestion. Of course, no one seems to notice that the infant died while in intensive care in…a hospital! (naturally)

Who knows?  This craniosacral might have been just the thing to actually save the infant, if we examine the many comments to the blog, WHILE in the intensive care unit. Alas, it’s the Elephant in the dark room.

(Remember, a suggestation is something that “sounds true”)

On the other hand, here is an article where the facts are quite clear.  Anyone can quickly get the rock bottom of this article if you can make it past the blue lights and red lights and the doctor’s confusion.  We all know that events such as this are truly tragic and unfortunate, and no matter the expertise of the medical community, or credential, or branch of medicine, such events carry on:  “Infant Dies When Heart Machine Accidentally Switched Off By Doctor.” What could have possibly saved this infant under the care of a .. hospital?  11th leading cause, ring a bell?  The point is that here there is no speculation or opinion, hearsay, about this very sad event and that nothing is vague, covered up, or obscured.  The fact of what happened in this other article here is clear as a bell.  And that you can trust your medical team without question.  (Without question?)

One would like to say we are having fun here, but these are dark subjects, even so, the point of this Blog has always been Sugar Station , suggestation, or fact?  What suggestions will you let feed on your energy today?

Experiment — Take a plain piece of paper.  Draw a line down the middle.  On one side, write down all the suggestions you hear in a day, anything that sounds true.  And on the other side, write down all the facts you hear.  You might find the side with suggestions considerably larger than the side with the facts!

There are countless examples but to post more here would be, well, depressing — if we keep buying into the suggestation.  We will leave you to sort this through on your own.  The moral? Shit happens.

One last suggestation? It’s Indpendence Day!  Of course, this is only a  suggestion…

Happy July 4th America!

Thank you.

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Shock Talk Radio and TV — Passionate but “Souless”

25 07 2009

These men just don’t get it, they don’t get the power of suggestion. The Becks, the OReillys, the Savages, and so on, don’t get the words of Socrates either, that, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”

They think they do, however, and perhaps this is why some find them so entertaining. But this is not a joke.

Thankfully, at Suggestation, we can begin to begin to observe even these forms of suggestation at work.

Meanwhile, it’s a tough but a well rounded report.  Who else could pull it off but the terrible liberal (whatever a “liberal” is) Bill Moyers?  Perhaps one might visit this report, Fear and Loathing in Political Discourse to enhance the sense of the context of this blog post.

One can only exercise the discipline of compassion for them.  And compassion is a discipline to be practiced each and every day. It’s the way of Love. On the other hand, what we have here on the “Shock Talk” airwaves, like it or not, are a bunch of souless, organic, opinion making machines.

These are men who have no souls. Again, what makes them entertaining is that they “think” they do. Often the truth is more obvious to others than to ourselves, for again, if one might add, What profit a man if he gain the whole world (or a wide listenership) and lose his own soul?

In this world, they will have it all, and for their entertainment, and coffers, and they will leave here with nothing. They will end as blobs of energy. Blobs. Blogged, not forgotten, having asked others to give up their own souls…and for what? for What purpose?

What could they have otherwise done and contributed that is worthwhile had they decided to maintain the privilege of their souls?  Think of the goodness that they cashed in.  And to have a soul is a privilege, if nothing else, and not a right, as they themselves think and would have other believe.  (Recall, a right is something that cannot be taken away from you.)

One hasn’t left one’s url on this blog this evening, to see if it was easier to make unfounded statements about other through a glass darkly, rather than face to face. Yes, it’s easier, and is what one is saying true?

In any event, Yes, ye shall know them by their fruits, I think is the point of this really disturbing but great report on PBS tonight.

And the World rolls on — in the immortal words of John Gardner, a man who did depart with a soul — from his book, “In the Suicide Mountains”

Thank you





chomsky, carl sandburg, and the power of suggestation

22 07 2009

One might scroll through the noam chomsky talk while hearing carl sandburg’s delivery of the people, yes, in the background … only a suggestation people.

chomsky makes an appearance on suggestation, or Sugar Station (because every suggestion carries its sugar hit) and spills out his out guts without reserve in this really tortured and torturing talk on the gradual torture of democracy, not without hope.

crises and hope: theirs and ours

he traces the end of the electric streetcar in LA and other cities due to the rubber companies and oil, the rise of the interest-ate free-ways in the name of “defense,” and early history of the “manufacture of consent,” that followed after WW2 — ya know, if ya don’t want to tell the truth to the People, then go and make whatever you want to convince the People, Yes! of seem true.  logical, isn’t it?

enjoy!

(and remember to look for the suggestations — on all sides 🙂

And now, Carl Sandburg.

the people, yes!

(This is worthwhile hearing twice  —

if only an example of honesty —

what is the difference between a poem and a suggestion?  a tv commerical and a suggestion?)

… The people yes
The people will live on.
The learning and blundering people will live on. They will be tricked and sold and again sold
And go back to the nourishing earth for rootholds, The people so peculiar in renewal and comeback, You can’t laugh off their capacity to take it. ….

thanks.





the Rev Wright video

22 03 2008

Might we suggest a walk down memory lane?

You may be interested to see this video of the sermon Wright gave, not narrowed down to the soundbite fear mongering as was released to the media, and don’t bother pass it on to others, simply to see the sugar stations, within:

http://www.alternet.org/blogs/peek/80452/

Meet the man who inspired Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s now famous tirade about America’s foreign policy inciting the terrorist attacks of September 11.





President of IRAN embraced by ORTHODOX JEWS?

12 03 2008

President of IRAN embraced by ORTHODOX JEWS?

Power of Suggestion in the Media:

“I” still adore this video of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad being embraced, and praised, by so many Orthodox Jews. This video may be the favorite of this entire blog.  Well, they sure look like “orthodox jews” anyway.

(The Good Part is half 1/2 way through the video — keep watching to find out!)

It’s best viewed, for the most dramatic and fun effect, after viewing Bill Moyer’s “harrowing” report on Reverend Haggi and his very own, “Christians for Israel” movement (below). Haggi, the same good old boy who John McCain approached for endorsement? Uh Huh 🙂  Mind the mis-spell.  And mind the suggestion?

Watch Haggi and McCain, if you like.

(Not to agree or disagree with it-Watch the suggestion.)

And even this:

It’s now becoming quite fun to watch the power of suggestion at play, isn’t it?

And what of the suggestion that the Iraq War worked?

Thank you





Diebold lets slip election results

27 02 2008

One might observe the suggestions given in this video, accidentally leaking the results of the 2008 election months in advance!

http://www.theonion.com/content/video/diebold_accidentally_leaks





Notes from Friends 6–Ron Paul

5 02 2008

Ron Paul in Denver. Observe not only the words but the way the words are said. (Not just Ron Paul, anyone)

Question: What can be learned by looking at the man’s actions as he speaks? Of any candidate? Observe the jaw, the gestures. What is he saying here??

Thank you for your comment!