My favorite section of Brian Clements’ introduction for Gabriel Cousens is part 3. Brian hits on some very important and enlightened points. He can tell you better that I can so just watch the movie below, but I will elaborate a little from my own feelings. He states that “Everyone has an opinion about everything, but nobody will tell you how they really feel because they might be held responsible.” What a profound expression of truth. It really drives to the core of the lack of authenticity and responsibility in relation to others, ourselves, and the world around us. He talks about how we need to pay more attention to what really matters. I agree with him in stating what really matters is our own feelings.They shape who we are, what we do, how we communicate, and most importantly how we perceive ourselves. If we do not perceive ourselves in a good light, how can we expect others to do the same. We are all striving one way or another to get to a place where we can be who we truly are. Brian says “That if you are not at that place where you can be who you truly are then at best all your communication is an embellishment, and mostly BS.” I agree with him again. If I had heard that statement a few years ago I would not have believed, let alone understood it. I feel blessed to be able to understand it now, and know that I still have much to unlearn form my past and a long way to go to before I can be who I truly am.
This is 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.