“The take-home message from vaccine propagandists is simple: Don’t question our authority, don’t question the authority of the unelected bureaucrats who run government health agencies, and certainly don’t question the “health experts” who create and push vaccines on the public. You aren’t allowed to because you aren’t an “expert” — and only people who support the pro-vaccine agenda are allowed to be called “experts.” Gatekeeping is major problem in science today, whether you’re talking about vaccines, pesticides, climate change or GMOs. Whether it’s realized or not, corporate influence has overtaken the scientific community across the board.”
Shocking new survey data shows that a growing number of parents are waking up to the vaccine industry’s lies — at least when it comes to flu shots. While vaccine skepticism is largely maligned by the mainstream media, the truth is that a substantial number of professionals are turning their backs on Big Pharma. Anti-vax nurses are coming out of the woodwork to tell their stories, and many top scientists are now refusing to vaccinate their own children.
It is no wonder that a growing number of Americans are realizing Big Pharma and the government elite do not have the public’s best interests in mind. And as polling data from Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children shows, many Americans are now realizing just that.
The mainstream medical community has been working tirelessly with the establishment media and the pharmaceutical industry to push the narrative that all vaccines are safe and that the flu shot is necessary for “good” health. But despite their best efforts, national polling data shows that nearly half of American parents believe the flu shot can make their kids sick.
As researchers from Orlando Health report, a growing number of people are questioning the safety and efficacy of flu vaccines. Some 50 percent believe the flu shot may make their child sick, and another third of parents believed the flu shot simply didn’t work.
Twenty-eight percent of parents also stated that the flu shot might be a cause of autism.
Dr. Jean Moorjani, a pediatrician at the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, was quick to refute any and all vaccine skepticism in a recently published press release on the study’s findings. “After years of research, we know that the flu vaccine is safe,” said Dr. Moorjani.
“The flu shot does not cause autism or any other diseases or illnesses. Doctors recommend the flu shot because it is the best way to protect you and your family from the flu.”
In December 2018, a grown man was hospitalized after a routine flu vaccination left him completely paralyzed and unable to breathe independently. He was ultimately diagnosed with Guillian-Barre Syndrome, a known side effect of vaccination. It’s an autoimmune condition characterized by the immune system’s destruction of nerves, resulting in weakness or paralysis.
There are thousands of vaccine-related adverse events reported every year following vaccination, and estimates suggest that only 10 percent of vaccine reactions actually get reported.
Despite strict adherence to the pro-vaccine narrative, the truth about vaccines can’t be ignored forever. As the polling data shows, people have questions — and they aren’t going to be satisfied with platitudes. There is no shortage of propagandists chastising the public for daring to question the validity of industry-funded vaccine science. The take-home message from vaccine propagandists is simple: Don’t question our authority, don’t question the authority of the unelected bureaucrats who run government health agencies, and certainly don’t question the “health experts” who create and push vaccines on the public.
You aren’t allowed to because you aren’t an “expert” — and only people who support the pro-vaccine agenda are allowed to be called “experts.” Gatekeeping is major problem in science today, whether you’re talking about vaccines, pesticides, climate change or GMOs. Whether it’s realized or not, corporate influence has overtaken the scientific community across the board.
If average people are too stupid to be allowed to question vaccine science, they certainly aren’t capable of consciously consenting to vaccination. Big Pharma and their puppets can’t have it both ways.
Your energy field or the electromagnetic energy field that surrounds you depends much on your health and lifestyle.
It reflects your personal energy and affects your ability to connect with others. A healthy energy field is a good indicator of living the life you want.
If it’s weak, you will lack motivation and vitality for making your life better, personally and professionally. A weakened energy field also makes you more susceptible to negativity.
While there are scientific explanations behind the feelings of fatigue, in most cases it still comes down to one important thing, your energy has weakened because of bad habits.
These habits might vary, from wrong diets and bad sleeping patterns to stress, activities that harm your health, even not following your purpose.
Weakened energy field is the symptom of some underlying problem, it is an indicator that something in your lifestyle is draining your energy and disrupting your energy flow.
You fail to see the harm done because it happens gradually and on a daily basis. When you notice the difference your energy field has already weakened.
To protect your energy field you need to know the things that weaken it, as well as the ways to strengthen it.
It all comes down to how you structurize your lifestyle and what kind of habits you integrate in it. Here are some bad habits you should avoid and replace with positive ones.
Even though there are good and inspirational things that you see on social media, it is still outnumbered by the negative ones. If you’re not aware, you’re likely to be influenced by the negativity that you get from there. The amount of time and energy spent in pointless internet browsing also diminishes your energy.
What to do instead: Spend more time with people who uplift your energy.
There are people who simply good for your energy. Instead of being sucked into social media feeds, meet up with someone who uplifts your energy. Speak with them, converse on topics both of you are passionate about, talk about things that inspire you.
Regardless of what you do in the wee hours of the night, not having enough sleep is not good for your body. Your mind and body need adequate rest to be able to function well for the next day. A good sleep is a wise investment to gain more for the following day.
What to do instead: Have an exercise regimen.
Get your body moving. Engaging in physical activities gets your blood circulating and your energy going. Create a habit where you engage yourself physically, like swimming, running, yoga, walking, or any other activities that can sweat you.
Not getting enough sunshine and fresh air is not good for your energy. The sun, most especially, provides you with warmth and uplifts your energy levels. It promotes the production of vitamins in your body. Staying indoors might make you depressed.
What to do instead: Go for a walk.
Walking has been found to have lots of mental and physical benefits. Aside from improving your mood and getting fresh air, walking is also the best way to get sunshine on your skin. The sun’s energy not only gives you a dose of vitamin D but it also purifies your mood.
Poor eating habits accompanied by an unhealthy lifestyle is probably the greatest drainer of your energy. Most processed foods make you feel tired and lethargic. Organic and naturally grown foods are packed with natural energy that replenishes what your body loses.
What to do instead: Follow a nutritious diet.
A nutritious diet simply consists of naturally grown food. If it’s possible, grow your own organic veggies and fruits. Eating raw food is also a great way of getting the sun’s energy into your body.
Stress is the biggest enemy of the modern times. We overthink and stress about things daily. This is an addiction we all suffer from. Overthinking and dealing with stressful people every single day is almost inevitable, however, almost. It can be significantly reduced.
What to do instead: Do deep breathing and meditation exercises.
Deep breathing is a quick saver, especially when you’re feeling exhausted. Simply close your eyes, then slowly inhale and exhale deeply. Doing this for at least 5 minutes will calm your mind. A regular meditation is healthy and keeps you connected to your inner being.
Your body is said to be the temple of your soul. When you take good care of it, your soul is likely to shine, and this raises your energy levels. These are simple strategies, but if done on daily basis they can strengthen your energy field and keep negative energies at bay.