Brian Clement tells a story of when he met a Buddhist monk at Hippocrates Health Institute. In the story he talks about how the monk’s presence is overwhelming for the room. About how he has to stop his lecture so that the class can be introduced to the monk since all the students were starring at him anyway. I think the most interesting part of the lecture is when Brian talks about how the monk spoke broken English at best, and all the students were straining to try and intellectualize what he was saying. It was at this point that Brian stopped the monk for a moment and told the class to stop trying to process what the monk was saying, but to just feel what he was saying. I find this to be very true in my life. When I spend too much time thinking about something I can get into a state I call paralysis by analysis. When I realize it and can step out into the feeling of the situation, things flow so much better. This is part 2 a ten-part series filmed at the Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach, Florida in January of 2008. The first three parts are of Brian Clement, Hippocrates director, sharing his thoughts on natural living while we waited for Gabriel to arrive. Parts four to ten are of Gabriel Cousens, MD of the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center in Patagonia, Arizona talking about how diabetes is a disease of lifestyle, not a product of genetics. Dr. Cousens' clinical research conclusively demonstrates that diabetes can be reversed and healed by assuming a raw and living vegetarian lifestyle.