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We are exposed to thousands of viruses and bacteria every day, as they compose a large part of our living environment. We have viruses and bacteria living within us to the extent that we are actually more virus and bacteria than we are our own cells! In fact, about fifty percent of our entire genetic makeup is virus. Viruses and bacteria proliferate and express themselves when we experience physical, chemical, or emotional stress, and create an environment where our immune system needs to take charge.
(Dr. Kacie Flegal, Natural Child Magazine, dated 2008-2020, accessed 28 April 2020)


A symptom is a sign that a process is occurring in the body, and therefore is not necessarily a bad thing. In the case of a cold or the flu, our bodies need to outwardly express in order to rid themselves of the leftover virus or bacteria debris once our immune system has destroyed it. In fact, the symptoms we see are actually a resolution of illness and therefore are an indication that the immune system is doing its job well... Allowing symptoms to run their course in the presence of a loving space will encourage the development of a strong immune system for life! It’s hard to see our kids not feeling their best; however if we understand the purpose of the expression of their symptoms, we can offer love and support knowing that our little ones are becoming stronger and healthier as a result.
(Dr. Kacie Flegal, Natural Child Magazine, dated 2008-2020, accessed 28 April 2020)

Earth wearing a medical mask

The current [coronavirus] pandemic is a stress-test for our society
The containment strategies of social distancing and quarantine that the world is now experiencing are designed to slow the spread of disease so as not to overtax our medical system. This is not a long-term strategy for health. Rather, it is an emergency measure to reduce the shock to already dysfunctional medical and socioeconomic structures, and mitigate the threat to vulnerable populations. The current pandemic is a stress-test for our society, and should be a wake-up call to address the long-term problems with a medical system that is more about managing illness than promoting health, and an economic system that rewards greed and neglects the common good, and which is destroying the ecosystem that sustains our lives.
The current pandemic, then, is a reminder and an opportunity to develop our best practices for healthy immunity on an individual and collective basis. We need to pay attention to healthy diet, sleep rhythms, exercise, social bonding, and especially our psychological and spiritual health. It is also an opportunity to see how we can create more bonds of compassion for those who are more vulnerable, to strengthen the social “safety net,” and develop more sustainable local economies and food sources that are less dependent on global sources. It is ironic that “social distancing” is a containment strategy, while at the same time we need social solidarity to realize we are all in this struggle together.
(Richard Katz, posted 17 March 2020, accessed 21 March 2020)


I think the reason that many people don’t trust their own immune systems is because they’ve been conditioned to not trust it. They’ve never been given the opportunity to actually get sick and recover without an allopathic [modern medicine] intervention.
And because, when they do get sick, they’re given acetaminophen [paracetamol], ibuprofen, antibiotics, antivirals. And guess what? When you put those things into somebody who’s sick, you’ll make them sicker. But the person that’s sick may think that the illness they had just got worse. They’re not going to think that the drugs that they took... I can’t convince people that the drugs that they’ve taken made them sicker and then they wouldn’t have just gotten sicker anyway.
It’s very difficult because of the belief systems people have, and what’s on the shelves and in the stores. And what’s being advertised on television, helping them with the beautiful pictures and the healthy people that are used in these ads.
And then you have a doctor standing there with a degree who has gone through all this training and education, saying “your own immune system isn’t enough to fight this.” That’s because the doctor doesn’t know how to take care of an immune system, because the doctor was never taught in medical school how to take care of an immune system.
So what you end up with is a whole society from start to finish that doesn’t know how an immune system works, that doesn’t know how to take care of it, does not know how to replenish the nutrients and minerals that are needed, does not know how to ingest a diet that will support it.
And then when it fails, it’s God’s fault, we need a vaccine [she laughs]. You know, it just wasn’t designed properly. Or, you know, that these infections have gotten so much worse that our immune systems just can’t fight them.
I don’t believe that’s true. I don’t believe that a healthy system that’s detoxified and has a tuned immune system can’t handle just about anything that comes along.
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Dr. Suzanne Humphries, MD, 22m44s, posted 21 October 2014, accessed 26 May 2020)

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