My Dad, when he has a car accident and bad shoulder injury. He was strongly told that he needed to have surgery to repair it. I finally convinced him to wait and not have the surgery. After about a year he was almost completely better and hasn't had problems since. Dad, when he had the prostate cancer surgery and I told them to not give so much blood pressure reducing medication because he had never had any medications and so I correctly deduced that he would responded very sensitively to it.. So they slowed the intraveneous and found that he went way low (40s) with just what they had given him already and were glad they didn't give him more. Shanon, when she had a "cavity. I told he not to have her tooth drilled and a filling like the dentist told her, but to just not eat gum for a couple of weeks and that the tooth would heal itself (because I had read somewhere that the tooth takes away and adds to it's surface with the saliva and can heal itself if left alone without continued abrasion, sugar or chewing gum etc.). And sure enough, her pain went away and over 10 years later she has never had to have it worked on (or any other tooth for that matter). And I have done this with myself too. Shanon, and her pnuemonia case diagnosed as just an ear ache and strep troat.
Our older friend in Tokyo who had kidney? mostly removed, and on my strong urging, Kaori asked to see the "cancerous kidney" (to which they first refused) but then showed her and it was basically healthy looking with only a slight discoloration (to which they didn't really know how to reply and basically said that it could have gotten worse).
Shay and getting her out of fear with the migraines and learning to relax and believe it wasn't that bad.
Edward (me) and arthritis diagnosis when I was 28 on my right knuckle from punching the iron rod but refusing to believe or take pain medications and after a few years it totally went away. Edward (me) and getting temporary rather bad arthritis in my back from sitting all day for months at the desk with no stretching (just 2 one hour workouts a week) and getting over it by regular (and at first) very painful stretching) for several months until it finally went away. My deduction that it was probably like calcium deposits that accumulate when you don't stretch and make it rigid.
My analyzation that you shouldn't take vitamins and supplements every day (only twice or at most 3 times a week) because the body starts to get use to the easy source of minerals and vitamins and then doesn't fully do it's job with regular food that takes more time and process to digest and get the minerals and vitamins out of. I believe this is why even very "healthy eating, living people end up with very shorten backs and the old look overall in skin and muscle (which I haven't got).
Numerous other people/neighbors etc. whom I inspired to eat more healthily and gradually get off of the many medications they were taking (like our next door neighbor in Beaver Dam who couldn't even get up in the mornings , had no energy in the day and couldn't work. He stopped all 5 plus of his medications and got great energy and ended up working 2 jobs etc.
Sue, and the 6 medications the doctor subscribed after her heart surgery- by just reading the negative side effects she stopped 4 of them and got a lot better (she's fainted and fell in the shower etc. from the blood pressure reducing medication etc.)
My neighbor, Al. Given the wrong antibiotic and he had an allergic reaction to it (called doctor but not in) and he died that night.
What Our members Are Saying
Edward I have to share this with you. Last night I spoke with Jayla. I have never seen her so happy and positive and talkative in my life.i asked her about her goals. She was so happy and said "it feels so good to be accomplishing things. I'm happier and it's making such a difference in my life already. " it was as if she were a completely different person. What a beautiful thing to watch her grow. I thought you may want to hear some feed back about how your program is helping people. I know I'm loving it! Love ya! Have a glorious day! -Sherri, St. George, Utah
"I just wanted to say that I joined You are the Project because the person who introduced me was making some real and even surprising positive changes (and although I was very skeptical at first, I'm now really glad she told me). After joining about six weeks ago, I have felt very supported and been very motivated and by what Edward and Shenteria are doing which has resulted in my consistent actions that are resulting in continual personal improvement, including losing about 10 pounds (and my happiness level has increased too)." -Joyful, Las Vegas, Nevada NOTE: Joyful has now lost over 50 pounds and other great accomplishments during her first 12 months.