The Hidden Polarities of Nature

by Margaret K. Chaney

         
 


CHAPTER 10:  Conclusions

References to lists have appeared throughout this book.  They are divided into two orders: a REDLIST and a GREENLIST, a hitherto unsuspected polarity of environmental substances revealed by muscle-function tests with thousands of human subjects.  Many people with long-standing complaints have felt newly able to cope with life mentally and physically since they began heeding these lists.

The lists purposely do not include brand-name products, drugs or narcotics.  That information might be valuable, even critical, for you, but you and your family and friends must make your own tests and judgments until the day which I fantasize, all products will come pretested and clearly labeled REDLIST or GREENLIST.

The best use of these lists is as an invitation -- an invitation to adopt an experimental attitude and make diet and environmental changes, little by little, to bring new health and beauty into your world.

The great quasi-mystic psychologist and philosopher Carl Gustav Jung often dwelt upon the notion of a collective unconscious through which every thought experienced by all human beings in history could be instantly available to our subconscious minds.  The famed kinesiologist and psychiatrist David Hawkins calls it a "database of consciousness."  And now we're exploring the concept of the Zero Point Field along with quantum mechanics.  The notion is that all this knowledge is available to us when we learn to access it.

Right now, this is only speculation.  What counts is healthy survival.  Take control of your own well-being.  Probably the wisest thing you could do would be to start your own small garden to provide a fresh and organic supply of foods from your list.  Test the seed packets in the stores or test varieties at your produce market.

My friends come back from their travels bringing foreign foods, perfumes, handfuls of vegetation or gravel for me to test.  Each sample invariably reveals the same secret of planet Earth -- that it is an interwoven pair of worlds.  Each of us is a citizen in one world and an alien in the other.

It is not unusual for a hypothesis to be simple and still be true.  Newton had only to watch an apple fall to earth to become aware of vast forces at work.  One fascinated, tenacious housewife, one patient husband, and a kitchen full of ordinary staples happened to allow focused attention to discern an emerging paradigm: we live as polarized individuals in a polarized world.  When and if the large laboratories begin to research this matter, it will be exciting to see what their scientific technologies reveal.  And whether they can create useful tests that are as simple, quick and inexpensive as our bodies' own guidance

As we touch or tread the earth, we experience a positive or a negative reaction in our muscle system and probably in other body systems as well.  As real as the charge the earth gives to us is the charge we give to the earth.  As we walk about the earth, we turn it on and off, probably causing our surroundings to twinkle.  And since all creatures, large and small, fall into one or the other polarity, as they wander the earth, they too turn it on and off.

A REDLIST grasshopper jumps from a REDLIST chicory plant onto a GREENLIST plantain; REDLIST oak leaves blow against GREENLIST silver birch branches.  And, unaware of the whole design, REDLIST and GREENLIST men and women meet, fall in love, and bring forth REDLIST and GREENLIST children.  And the planet's dance goes on.

 

 

CONTENTS

 


HOME

 


PREFACE

 


INTRODUCTION

 


AUTHOR'S NOTE

 

THE BOOK

 


CHAPTER 1 
Polarities of 
Planet Earth

 


CHAPTER 2 
Muscle-Function 
Testing

 


CHAPTER 3 
Polarity 
Discoveries

 


CHAPTER 4
The Lists

 

 


CHAPTER 5
Polarities of
Body and Spirit

 


CHAPTER 6
Dietary
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 7
Polarities of
Daily Life

 


CHAPTER 8
Medical
Polarities

 


CHAPTER 9
Polarity
Mysteries

 


CHAPTER 10
Conclusions


 

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