Care to invite the Projector's view of "The Magic Pill"

Care to invite the Projector's view of "The Magic Pill"

By Human Design, I am a projector. 20% of the population who can see how things work and are here to guide others, but we are only appreciated if invited.

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I watched an amazing documentary yesterday called "The Magic Pill" on Netflix, and I wanted to share the quotes that really hit home for me, to see if they also hit home for you?

Here is the first:

We have ancient wisdom, and we have modern wisdom, and I think the two need to work together, in harmony and balance

I have a background in logic and science. I have a computer science degree and two psychology degrees, and I conducted mental health, youth, and the social side of health research for almost 10 years. But, it was only when I found the ancient wisdom that I provide for my clients, myself, and my family now, that I could really make an impact on any one individual. Research is based on the average, but says nothing about the individual, and they seem to forget this fact, again and again.

Here are the next four quotes:

Industry completely controls what information is coming out to the public


Industry deliberately funds studies to confuse the record, no funding, nobody is interested, no one is talking about it


What is happening, its not like were deficient in pharmaceuticals, we are eating more processed foods than before, our world is incredibly toxic, and we are leading these incredibly stressful lives


Pharmaceutical companies are profiting from this, weight loss companies are profiting from this, food manufacturers are profiting from this, the only people who are not profiting are the rest of us

This to me is very concerning.

This is not the first time that someone does a study, withholds data, bullies their findings to the top, and makes the food industry and pharmaceuticals a lot of money.

And then the people who suffer from the recommendations and decisions made (because we are all unique and not everyone is a good fit for the blanket recommendation), are shamed, and what they share, from their personal and painful experience, is branded as a conspiracy theory, because it does not fit the generally accepted notion.

Accepted by whom?

Now read this quote:

I would love to be able to not have to count the weight watchers points and be so scared of eating, sometimes, to not have this fear that the weight is going to come back, and just trust that its going to be ok, because we are eating real food

To me, this is very concerning and shows the genuine lack of love that comes from the diet the government would like us to adhere to.

No fat, no love. Continue to deprive and starve yourself. Then, you are easier to control.

Just imagine eating a home-cooked natural meal, with veggies, and fats, and meat (if you eat meat), and enjoying it. Doesn't that feel good? Like love?

Verses a stale, processed, fat free, devoid of nutrients meal, that you will probably feel guilty or unsatisfied after eating anyway.

I feel this is a metaphor for how a lot of people in our society live many aspects of their life, when they really don't have to...

Here is something else that I found interesting, and an example of how you can view things from a spiritual perspective, through the lens of Divine Healing.

Nobody really knows what causes heart disease, according to divine healing, heart disease is caused by not dealing with your issues, to the point that your body has nowhere else to store your pain, or no more life force to keep the pain you have hidden in your body away from your heart, so you develop heart disease or have a heart attack

I think we really need to know who we are and accept ourselves, and our kids! Go back to the ancient wisdom of the cycles of life, and each play our unique role, that will ultimately make us all happy.

One way to do this is to know your (and your kids') Human Design, Soul Contract, Gene Keys, and Astrology.

I feel this is reflected in the next two quotes:

What people don't understand is everything hinges on restoring natural systems, to me this means, reduce your wifi, get into nature, reduce your chemicals and screen time, go with the flow of who you are, listen to your body, stop forcing yourself and others to be like everybody else, and trust that life has natural rhythms, that if you continue to try to control and make otherwise, you are likely to get sick


Animals tell us what they want, and when we support this, its not that they are happy, its that they are the way they are supposed to be, the same goes for human children

Finally, I feel we really need to allow our kids to be themselves. It would be nice if we could all just be ourselves, but at the very least, lets not subject our kids to the same brainwashing that we have all been through.

Kids nowadays are different. They are here to show us a better way of living. Are you ready to listen to them?

The way, 20 minutes from the end of the documentary The Magic Pill on Netflix talks about agriculture vs natural sustainable living, to me, is very similar to how society is currently treating children, trying to grow them into who they want them to be, instead of flowing with who they naturally are

This was one of the final points in the documentary, and I think it applies quite globally (not just to the eating and health care industry, but also to our current school system):

We can continue to teach a failed model, we can continue to train more doctors and build more hospitals, or we can say, maybe we got it wrong

I think it is very interesting that we used to die of very serious, quick killing illnesses, that probably didn't make people a lot of money, and now we suffer from decades of chronic illness, which tends to make a lot of people a lot of money.

This is why I feel it is so crucial to know who we are and what we need. So we are not relying on government to tell us from the top down what we should eat, what we should learn, and how we should take care of our health.

What do you think?

Are you ready to become a sovereign being and make decisions for your health and your life that are in YOUR best interest? And, coincidentally, when you do so, you are also serving others and doing what is in their best interest as well.

We do not need carbon copies of one another. We need everyone to shine as themselves! Only when we are all able to be ourselves, taking care of ourselves, can we thrive as a society!

What do you think?

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to get in touch!

Love and Blessings,

Alahnnaa Campbell

MSc Psychology, Stress and Health