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Kunga Dorji
02-15-16, 09:19 PM
Hi All,
I would like to introduce the blog that I have been working on for the last 5 years.
This is a discussion of what I have learned since my sudden improvement since my first upper cervical tratment.

The blog DOES NOT contain my professional details and i DO NOT give medical advice.

I DO NOT want to be overloaded with questions.

What you will find if you look at this is that the blog has evolved in sophistication as I have learned more.

Many of the latest posts are heavily referenced with supporting literature and evidence.

The blog has been very helpful for me as so many people who have contacted me have taught me things that I did not know- just like we all do with each other here.

I give some links and I have received much help and many kind comments from the authors of some of the blogs and books that I link to.

What I am finding is that the traditional medical model involves a lot of top down control and that actively stifles innovation.

All the people I work with are careful practitioners and all have loads of evidence for everything they do.

As health care workers we have to- we are dealing with people at risk and there is always a danger that if misinterpreted we may accidentally do harm.

I am a medical doctor and I do not know a single one of my colleagues who has not accidentally harmed or killed a patient.

Almost all of us do this work from a place of genuine good intention and if we accidentally harm someone we suffer more from our own self criticism than from any legal repercussions.

I know healers from every level doctors and nurses right up to reiki practitioners and psychic healers.

I rely on many unconventional practitioners to keep me well and strong (including intuitive and psychic healers if I judge that that is worth paying for at the time).

I have been the doctor for many sex workers- who also see their work as a form of healing. I agree, and I respect them very much.

The world is not about competition and being right, it is about interdependence and we all do best if we actively work to help everybody around us be their best selves.

The link to the blog is in my sig below.

I hope you find it interesting and useful.

It is still a work in progress, and much needs to be rewritten.

I offer it out of gratitude to and respect for the many fine people I have met on this site.

Namaste

Kunga Dorji
02-15-16, 10:37 PM
If you are really good observers you will be able to see that my speech is now much more concise.

The tangential and rambling speech that so many of us have is actually known as cognitive dysmetria and is a recognised part of Cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome.

I have been seeing a specialist chiropractor and doing cerebellar rehabilitation ( and informally doing more of the same with Tai Chi).
It works well.
More later - much to do.

SB_UK
02-16-16, 10:22 AM
If you are really good observers you will be able to see that my speech is now much more concise.

Verbiage implies confusion.
That cerebellar lesions mimic ADHD suggests that appropriate development (proper learning) is not occurring in the ADDer brain/mind.

What's the key determinant of verbiage ?
Not being too sure of the answer and so regurgitating the textbook under the expectation that the correct answer will be in there someplace.

How do we tell whether the ADDer is learning appropriately ?
Just look and you'll see ... ... the problem is that 'people have eyes yet cannot see' since as long as the teacher is incentivized to place children on a conveyor belt from which deviation is not permitted - education simply becomes an exercise in getting the child out of your class-room at the end of the academic year, into the next school - where any problems which you've deliberately ignored - become somebody else's (predominantly the kid's) problem.

Cerebellar derangement through following a different developmental trajectory as documented in the ADHD press.

Are ADDers 'worse than' for taking longer ?
Taking longer [I]to learn better.

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Avoid hassle, minimize effort required and take as much as possible at all others' expense - appear to be the key motivators in the workplace.

SB_UK
02-16-16, 10:45 AM
The world is not about competition and being right, it is about interdependence and we all do best if we actively work to help everybody around us be their best selves.I think we're on the verge of seeing a 'Theory of Everything' which simply identifies the mechanism by which reality unfolds by a clockwork mechanism towards increasing complexity ... ... that model relies on structures being formed and then these structures being held together by what has been termed a 'social impulse' this social impulse relates to the structures (when complete) tracing a pattern which creates the impression of a connection between them (more to follow).
One way of describing this process to our current context is:
The world is not about competition and being right, it is about interdependence and we all do best if we actively work to help everybody around us be their best selves.Social structure formation.

The cohesive force (Stabile - social impulse = a binding force which keeps structures in place) is described here:

If they didn't understand the [everting structure through a single point in space], they might think a `force' was pulling them together



reference (http://www.toequest.com/forum/toe-theories/5445-tucks-theory-everything-284.html#post188614)