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Everyone knows about the placebo effect. It creates positive changes in your body because of your thoughts alone.

But almost nobody knows about the nocebo effect, which haunts our society like a vampire. The nocebo effect is the opposite of the placebo effect: It creates negative changes in your body with only your thoughts.

Your mind is more powerful than you realize. And in this episode, you’ll discover how it can create both disease and health.

Listen now and tap into the full power of your mind.

Show Highlights Include

  • How your attitude alone can either riddle you with disease or bless you with health (and how to have more control over it) (1:39)
  • The “Biology of Belief” secret for using your mind to unlock anything you want out of life (8:54)
  • The insidious “Nocebo Effect” which can make diseases appear out of thin air (11:22)
  • Why concepts like religion and education drown you with misery instead of setting you free (20:05)

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It's time to rip the cover off what really works to ditch addiction, depression, anger, anxiety, and all other kinds of human suffering. No, not sobriety. We're talking the F word here. Freedom. We'll share straight from the trenches. What we've learned from leaving our own addictions behind and coaching hundreds of others to do the same. And since it's such a heavy topic, we might as well have a good time while we're at it.

(00:35): And welcome back. We're gonna continue this week with the same stuff we started with last week, we're gonna continue with the story of, uh, Dr. Club for, as he returns to this hospital, because there's a certain event in it that I want to bring to the surface. Last week, we talked about other people's opinion and living up to other people's opinion and what that might do to deteriorate the system and how, and a simple we method of starting to do that. Now, obviously, if you want some help with that, I promise this is over a thousand people. We've helped learn these skills so that they can go into their life and cease to be controlled by not just the opinion of people in the present, but also people in the past, something that happened that they just can't get over, whether that's decades of trauma or anything else, those things can be let go of and you can live free of it.

(01:25): Well, in the course of his studies, there was one case that, uh, um, that Dr club fir was, was really, really confused about. And, um, he relayed the entire thing in his, his publication on this, on the topic in 1957, there was a man by the name of Mr. Wright, w R I G H T. He was clearly a wealthy man because he owned a, uh, an airplane, uh, private plane and whatnot, and used to take rides in this plane. But he had been in the hospital for quite a time, dealing with the, some of the end stages of lympho sarcoma, cancer, like massive grapefru size tumors inside of his, inside of his thoracic cavity and all of these other things going on, the doctors were looking at him thinking, okay, cool. He has some, you know, just a couple years to live. Um, I mean, not a couple years, but a couple weeks to live at best.

(02:16): You know, he's really at the end of his game, he's just limp in bed. He hasn't been there for a while. He's just taking, they've tried every kind of possible medication and treatment and everything else, and nothing is working well. This Mr. Wright live is sit, is sitting there in bed. His doctor's name was Dr. Phillip west and he's laying there in his bed. And he overheard some of the staff talking about some medical trials that were gonna be happening at that particular hospital chosen from among many of a new drug that he, that this patient Mr. Wright had read about or heard about called Cresin. Now this drug was purportedly one that would eradicate cancer, that they had high hopes for this. And he had done all the research. He could, he had read up as much as he could while he was lying there in bed.

(03:03): He'd found out what a, all the things that he could about it. Obviously it was little, it was minimal, but the man was a man of means and had access to some sorts of information. And when he heard that this hospital was gonna be doing the testing for 12 patients, only he begged and pleaded his doctor, Dr. Philip West to include him in the trials. Now he did qualify for a lot of the trials, but there was one, one qualification that Mr. Wright lacked and that is he needed to have a prognosis or a, um, you know, a, an estimate of life of over three months, meaning he needed to be able to survive long enough for them to look back at the tests. And so if any of them had a prognosis of less than three months than they were to be disqualified from the test, but this didn't deter Mr.

(03:48): Wright, he kept begging and pleading the doctor to please and include him in this study. And he was so persuasive that finally, the doctor somewhat relented, he said against his better judgment. And he thought, you know, this guy's gonna die anyway. And then we'll just use the rest of the injections for another person that they'll select. And so this was on a Friday and they did their first injections on a Friday, and the doctor went home. And when he came back on Monday, instead of seeing Mr. Wright laying their Guily in bed, Mr. Wright was actually up out of bed and he hadn't been outta bed for a long time. He was wandering around the hospital. He was spreading good cheer among the patients, you know, and the doctor was absolutely flabbergasted. He thought, wow, maybe this is a really incredible drug. So he ran around to all the other 11 patients to check them and not a single one of them had shown any sign of improvement.

(04:41): In fact, a couple of them had gotten worse. And so he comes back very, very confused, not sure why it's the case that, uh, Mr. Wright is doing so well. And he looks at all his charts. They, they take another thing. And what he noticed is not only is he doing well on the outside, but the cancerous tumors had started to melt as he called it like snowballs on a hot stove. So he's not talking about, oh, they're slowly degrading. He's using the metaphor of snowballs on a hot stove, whatever imaging he's using to see these tumors, it's showing that they're rapidly disappearing to the point where within a short time, maybe it was another week or two, Mr. Wright was able to be fully discharged with zero symptoms at all, that he had been in the hospital with for so long of his disease and was able to be sent home.

(05:30): He had subsequently gone about his regular life, had joined his normal activities, was flying around in his private plane and, uh, really thoroughly enjoying himself with absolutely zero problems flying up to 12,000 feet, not an issue. Then a couple months later, uh, there's a news brief that says that the clinical trials of CIN have failed. It is not a drug. It doesn't, it doesn't look good. Like it will actually help with cancer EV um, like the researchers have thought it would. And within a, a day or two, Mr. Wright checks himself back into the hospital with all the same symptoms that he had the first time, all the same symptoms, the tumors were back, everything was back, uh, the fluids exchanges, all, all of the, all, all of the medical symptoms were back. And he had checked himself back into the hospital and with the same symptoms.

(06:21): And Dr. West was a little bit kind of confused about this, but he had his suspicions. He's like, Hmm, what is going on here? And he wanted to, he wanted to figure out if he was right. His suspicion was that this was the placebo effect in operation right now. I don't know that it was named the placebo effect at the time that might have come about later, but he suspected there was something going on with this man's attitude toward things. And so this doctor in good faith, absolutely. And AB objectively lied, that to his patient, he decided he was gonna perform a little bit of crack medicine also because there had been a lot of crack medicine about, as you may recall, Dr. Keeley, who was the one that spread the, the notion that addiction was a disease in the first place. So well in with such propaganda, particularly alcoholism, but then other addictions as well because of his propaganda.

(07:15): He had really gotten that idea into the public mind, even though there's still no conclusive evidence about that. And in fact, most evidence points the opposite direction, but of course, all research is, can be proven false. All research findings can be proven false, both mathematically and in just practice, because they just tend to be reflections of the current bias of the time, both how the research is made, the, the constraints on it, what people are looking for, the kinds of things they control for all that stuff is a reflection of the current way of thinking at the time. And I've seen, uh, a pretty prominent article by somebody inside of the health industry, where he detailed this in a paper and his paper, the whole point of his research and his analysis of all of these things was to show that a hundred percent of research findings are actually false, that they might be good indicators of places to look that they're very useful in spreading information sometimes.

(08:08): But that in, in reality, all of them are false findings. So, uh, we come back to this situation, Dr. West is looking at this and he knows about these crack medicines, Dr. Keeley, the one with the addiction stuff he had been using by chloride of gold in his stuff. But when they looked at his tinctures, they found no gold in it. So perhaps he had used it in, in the beginning and it had proved very toxic to the human system. And so they stopped using it. These were things he got from alchemical techs and things from the Renaissance, from Parel, the father of toxicology and whatnot. And so he had been testing about on his own, and he used this claim about total cure. When in fact that wasn't happening, though, there are some bits of the therapy that may have actually been very, very helpful, depending on how you wanted to look at it, but he, it was all propaganda.

(08:54): And so Dr. West was like, how are these QuAC medicine doctors making so much money off of this stuff and getting people to, and having it work cuz they, you, it can't be doubted that people are getting better with QuAC medicine doctors because they hadn't understood the placebo effect. They hadn't understood the biology of belief. They hadn't understood how your thoughts are directly linked to the tissues of your body. And this is something I go deeply into in the retreats. And I'm trying to help people, not just learn it like book style or learn from a podcast, but their body suddenly graphs the connection. And all of a sudden their ability to change enhances many fold. I mentioned the guy who's who's even his egg, uh, allergy had started to go away within just a couple of days of being at the retreat. It's not because I, he was even talking about allergies, but suddenly his body starts getting better because his mind starts getting better.

(09:44): So the direct link is there and I'm giving people a physical experience with it. So Dr. West, what he does is he lies to Mr. Wright and he tells him no, that only happens because these people who had been performing that had left the Cresin out and when it's left standing for a long time, it deteriorates. But he says, I have a new double strength batch that's coming in. That's super refined. And we will just make sure that we're using it as it comes in without allowing it to stand. And so this gets Mr. Wright super excited, like, oh, okay. Maybe it was just one bad strain of it. And because he is excited, well, the doctor wanted to be sure that the excitement was raised to a certain pitch. So he said, it's coming in in a few days. Now there was no super refined formula.

(10:24): There was no extra addition. All the medical clinical trials had been cut off. Like they were done. There was nothing else that was going on. This was the doctor completely lying to him. So then in a couple of days, Mr. Wright comes back in and Dr. West makes a big show of giving him this injection and making sure he knows it's all great. All the injection was, was in, it was either saline, a saline solution with salt water, or it was just straight up distilled water or purified water. I don't remember which one it's injected into the system. And this time within two days, Mr. Rights system is completely clear of all the tumors. Now these were real tumors. They, you could touch them. They were, they were bulging from the kin. Like you could see them on, on x-rays. This wasn't like something that was made up by the person like a hypochondriac.

(11:10): This was a hundred percent, a very real situation. And again, within just a couple of days, they completely vanished, completely melted away. And Mr. Wright was checked out within a couple days more and he was sent home and again, went to live on an incredibly powerful life, you know, enjoying his later years, uh, enjoying all the things he had with no symptoms whatsoever, until , until that is a final article was released declaring that every single strain and batch and variety of CIN was found to be completely unhelpful in the fight against cancer within a short amount of time. Couple of days, Mr. Wright has checked back into the hospital with the same symptoms as before nothing can prevent him from believing that it's now terminal and what he died within a week. This is the placebo effect in reverse. It's called the nocebo effect. Meaning I will injure as opposed to I will please something that's noxious is related to that. So we have a situation here where the mind, in his case, both created health and created disease. We're not talking about personality anymore. We're not talking about whether you're trying to be a good person anymore. We're just talking about straight up the way that your mind thinks

(12:35): If you or someone you know, is looking to drop the FBO of freedom in their life, whether that's from past trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction, or any other host of emotional and personal struggles, but they just don't know how or want some help doing it. Head on over to the freedom specialist.com/feel better now and check out some of the things we've got in store for you, or book a call. So we can look at your unique situation and get you the help that you're looking for, The way that your mind thinks, what it believes to be. The truth about reality is creating your experience in your body. 100% of the time, there have been many men who I've worked with, who, you know, they've been struggling with pornography for years or something happened in their marriage. And, uh, you know, during their marriage or they, they had an affair or whatever, the wife or the husband of being oblivious, they might have picked up on different things about how the person was acting and might be weird about it, but being oblivious, they don't know about it. As soon as they know, I've heard so many of them then turn around and mentally recreate in their mind, the past, however many years of marriage as if it was all a sham and all a lie and everything else was a, was like horrible and miserable.

(13:54): And then they start to suffer as if that was the case. The reality is yes, there was plenty of lying happening, but there was also plenty of truth telling happening. There were plenty of genuine moments of love and joy and peace and enjoyment and hope and all the things. Yes. The person was lying to them. Yes. Politicians lie to you all the time. Yes. Like marketers are not a hundred percent truthful. They don't share everything with you all the time, because sometimes that's just not worth it. You don't need to know all the features of the vehicle and how it's put together in order to make a decision about whether or not you wanna buy the vehicle. So yes, there are things that have been held back and yes, I'm not saying that they should be held back. What I am saying is it's very often that I see a person who suddenly discovers something about their relationship.

(14:35): And then all of a sudden they turn that relationship in their own mind, all their memories get poisoned. And then they live inside this poison instead of recognizing that, okay, that was happening. And they still had all of those powerful, profound, amazing memories. Those all still happened. You can't take those away either, but instead when they believe that, then they start to experience it that way. So that's on a psychological level. This also happens with health as is the case with Mr. Wright. And his is a pretty extreme example, partially, I think because he was very susceptible and, and naive and able, and really willing to believe so many different things and without recognizing the power of his own belief. And so thanks to a, a doctor who is willing to go through and create quack medicine, we get this example of somebody who is in a very documented case, like really undergoes a massive physiological change, just because of his belief, what you believe to be true about your life is your experience of your life.

(15:33): And so in that sense, it can be called the truth. That doesn't mean it matches the actual reality as such, but as long as you believe it to be true, you'll experience it. That's why when you go to a movie and you sit in a movie and you identify with a character and you allow your mind to kind of like soak that in as if it's true and you have what Jr R to and called a willful suspension of disbelief, then all of a sudden you're in there. And your body's reacting as if you are the one being chased with a knife. As if you are the one in the fight as if you are the one that's being yelled at, instead of seeing that it's happening to someone else. And as a result, you go through emotional and physiological changes. You start crying. All the they're not happening to you.

(16:11): They're just lights on a screen, sound waves in the air, but you yourself have made them into something that is now producing an effect inside of your system. So if you don't believe in the placebo effect or thecebo effect just for a second watch what happens to you when you watch a movie or when you read a news article, anything that's happening to you in your life, you are creating that experience, not the circumstances. You're not always creating the circumstances, right? Other people are contribute to that quite a bit. And so does the weather. And so does all this other stuff, but your experience is how you're putting together all of that circumstance in your own mind. And that's your experience of it. This is exceptionally powerful. When you begin to be willing to challenge your assumptions, because most of the things that are controlling your life, addiction is forever.

(16:57): Depression is forever anxiety. I can't get rid of. I inherited this. It's a disease. All these things are actually not true. They're not factually true. They've never been found to be true in, in laboratories, anywhere, anywhere at all. They're all extrapolations explanations and ideas about life. But because a person believes them, suddenly they control how you think this food is a super food. It's gonna make me healthy. So you start doing what you buy the food, it's controlling your behavior. Then you worry when you don't have enough of it. And that controls your behavior. The fact is when it comes to nutrition, there are so many different ways to fully nourish the human system. It's insane and different cultures have done it in so many different ways, over the course of human history. So to say, there is one way and that this is the food.

(17:41): And if you don't get this, you're gonna die. Mm sorry. That's marketers that has nothing to do with reality, right? You're gonna know what's good for you by learning to pay attention and throwing the assumptions out the window. Someone offers you a piece of information, including me, and it's not your job to believe it. It's your job to assess it, to use it, to test it out in your life and see what your body and your experience shows you about it. And you may find it's not useful right now. And you may find it's useful later, or you may find it's useful now and not useful later, you may find it's never useful, or you may find it's always useful or any combination of those that's okay. But then you are relying on your nine senses and however many other senses, there are your own direct perception of life in order to finally make assessments, instead of believing something else to be true.

(18:29): There are so many things that people have taught you from the time you've grown up, that you've probably accepted as baseline reality. And you haven't even thought to question stress is a fact of life. Really, really are you sure? Are you sure? Well, no, it's just that I get stressed. Do you get stressed or do you stress yourself out? They're different. Yeah. She made me mad. Did she make you mad? Did she swim through the air and breathe some toxic chemical on you that changed your blood chemistry into one? That that is a match from madness. Did she inject something really? Did she make you mad or did you make her, did you make you mad? And you just gave her all the credit? There are so many things that you probably haven't, uh, challenged in your life. Assumptions that have been made that are not malicious assumptions.

(19:16): You're not a stupid person. You've taken what you've been given, but if you haven't been given an option that is more closely aligned to reality than you just chose the best out of the options you were given, and all of them are wrong. Every word that comes out of a human's mouth, including my mouth, your mouth, everybody is in a sense, not the truth, because it's an attempt to take something, to take an experience and put it into a word. And to pretend that that word is that experience, that the word tree is the tree. It's not, when I say tree, I'm thinking about an idea in my head, but if I really looked at the tree, I was pointing to every single one is different. Every single one is unique. Every single one is having a different experience and doing something different based on its environment and what's going on.

(19:59): And yes, some of them may run in similar patterns. But when I say tree, I miss the reality of the tree. Every concept you've ever been taught, whether it's a religious concept, uh, an educational concept, a political concept, an economic concept, every single concept you've ever been taught is a story. It's an attempt to explain reality. And too often it gets mistaken for reality. And as soon as your ideas become more important than reality, as soon as you believe the lie that Decart himself, Renee, Decar himself put forward. That I think, therefore I am. I know I exist because I'm thinking then suddenly you will Herald your thoughts above reality. And the unfortunate thing about your thoughts is one they're only regurgitating the past. So if you want to go somewhere new, it's gonna be really rough. Two. They're only based on the data that you've observed.

(20:52): So then they're not even regurgitating an active, uh, or an actual or an accurate account of the past. Only a flawed perception of it, or a limited perception of it. And three, as long as you're thinking, you're not perceiving is like trying to drive down the road with your eyes closed. You might be able to do it. You might succeed at getting to your destination, but nobody would call that an intelligent course of action. And everyone around you is in danger because you're closing your eyes. When you believe your thoughts about reality and your beliefs about reality above your own perceptions. Well, some might call that faith. Some might call that faith, but it's also the gateway to all kinds of accidents. Thoughts and beliefs can be a way like hypotheses. They're ways of feeling into it. This seems to be the case. I'm gonna keep looking.

(21:42): But as soon as you say that your beliefs are something that, you know, you've blinded your eyes, you've shut off your senses and your ability to see the world that's been created for you to experience. And as a result, you can experience what so many people experience, which is a negative experience of life, a nocebo, or a positive experience of life, a plus placebo boat, but both of them are psychologically created. Both of them are coming from the inside and you're just missing the world on the outside to be freed from that roller coaster requires perception. It requires training that perception. And unfortunately, there are not a lot of people on the world that I know of that are really working on enhancing that in a human being. But that is your ticket to freedom from me, from every authority, from every, every leader, from every parent, from everything.

(22:30): Not because they're bad people, but because it's time that because you have eyes, you start to look with your own eyes instead of looking with my eyes or looking with another leader's eyes, or listen with my ears instead of your own ears, it's time that you start using the things that you've been given. You have them for a reason and shutting them off and trusting an authority. Well, it can lead you to great things they really can, but it can also lead you down some really terrible rabbit holes. As many of you have experienced when you've trusted someone or trusted something or trusted a program and found that it didn't lead you where you wanted. I will never say that I have the answer for everyone. I'm simply sharing what I've seen work and inviting people to experience it so that they can decide for themselves.

(23:13): When I have discovered, seems to work really, really well with a lot, a lot of people, both young and old, we had a 75 year old at our last retreat, as well as a 13 year old. We've, we've seen it with men and women. We've seen it with blacks and whites. We've seen it with Asians and Hispanics. We've seen it with all kinds of different people from all walks of life. We've seen it from people, with people from different countries. Um, I've worked with people in Afghanistan, in, in China, in Europe, uh, in Africa, in Canada, in south America and Bolivia, like I've worked with people all over the place and these things that I've found work with the human body, but you'll never know that until you try them for yourself and start to pay attention to what it's doing for you. And that's when the juice hits. That's when you're like realize, wow, this is actually changing thing for me. And that's when your life starts to change and you become freed from the various assumptions and conclusions that have been keeping you in bondage. If you want help with that, if you wanna come experience our programs, obviously, uh, you know where to find us. And that's it for today's alive and free podcast. If you enjoyed this show and want some more freedom bombs landing in your earbuds, subscribe right now at wherever you get your podcast from. And while you're at it, give us a rating and a review. It'll help us keep delivering great stuff to you. Plus, it's just nice to be nice.

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