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By BARBARA GONZALEZ- VENTURA, The Philippine STAR Published Apr 25, 2021 5:00 am

When my husband fainted, we ended up in the hospital, where they subjected him to all sorts of tests that made us stay for two nights and a day and a half. We paid a massive bill to get home.

What did they tell us? That he had passed his COVID-19 test. What about the other tests? They were okay but we should see the neurologist to explain the results to us. And how much is that going to cost? We haven’t gone yet. Maybe there are other ways.

For example, I received a text about a restaurant that opened in Tokyo in 2017 that was called The Restaurant of Mistaken Orders. You could order a steak but get served pasta because the entire serving staff was made up of people with dementia, which made them barely able to get anything right. Customers who came knew this and didn’t mind it.

This tells us that a lot of what happens in the world really depends on people’s understanding.

Whoever sent the news said: “I watched a video of the opening day... and found that it was filled with heartwarming and friendly communication with the staff taking notes... and the customers kindly accepting the different dishes brought to them.”

The sender went on to say that Japan has an aging population and that dementia has become a major social issue. This restaurant teaches Japanese society to accept and respect each other’s differences and they hope that if (and when) the coronavirus is over, people will be able to live with each other in this kind of tolerant spirit.

I wonder if this restaurant is still open now.

The research goes on to say that if we want to be healthy we should first fix our minds. To me, this means fixing the way we think and who we want to believe and not caring much about what other people will say. 

Then I received another text from a cousin who lives in Barcelona. This is about surprising research from Japan. It says that acidity is not caused by errors in our diet, but is caused by stress. Hypertension is not caused be eating too much salty food but by our own failure at managing our emotions. Cholesterol is not caused by fatty food but by our excessive laziness or sedentary lifestyle. Asthma is caused by our sad feelings that make our lungs unstable. Diabetes is not caused by taking too much sugar but by our stubbornness that disrupts the function of the pancreas. And kidney stones are caused by our emotions and our hatred. Cervical disorders are caused by worrying too much about our futures.

The research goes on to say that if we want to be healthy we should first fix our minds. To me, this means fixing the way we think and who we want to believe and not caring much about what other people will say. 

The text goes on: We should exercise regularly, move around a lot and learn to meditate. Finally, we should laugh a lot and make many friends.

Then the text talks about our vibrations. To be healthier and enjoy life more we should “vibrate higher.” For humans with higher vibrations, infections are minor irritants that are soon eliminated. What are the reasons for lower vibrations? Fear, Phobias, Suspicion, Anxiety, Stress, Tension, Jealousy, Anger, Rage, Hate, Greed, Attachment or Pain. All these emotions — capitalized in the text message — are rated from 0.1 to 1.9 Hz, or hertz, which is a measure of vibrations. 

What helps us vibrate at a higher rate? Loving, Smiling, Blessing, Thanking, Playing, Painting, Singing, Dancing, Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditating, Walking in the Sun, Exercising, Enjoying Nature. The vibration of prayer alone goes from 120-350 Hz!

The frequency of the earth today is 27.4 Hz. But there are places with very low vibrations like hospitals (aha!), jails, or underground. For humans with low vibration rates, viruses become dangerous. They are more disposed to Pain, Fear, Irritation, Noise, Pride, Superiority.

Humans with higher vibration are more prone to Generosity, Gratitude and Compassion. These emotions rate from 95-150 Hz. And note well – the frequency of Love and Compassion for all living beings is 150 Hz and up. Unconditional and universal love rates at 205hz.

What helps us vibrate at a higher rate? Loving, Smiling, Blessing, Thanking, Playing, Painting, Singing, Dancing, Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditating, Walking in the Sun, Exercising, Enjoying Nature. The vibration of prayer alone goes from 120-350 Hz!

Then there’s the note: “This information is compiled and edited by ‘Naturotherapist Dr. Vinod Kothari (Mumbai).’” Okay, that’s not Japan! This man apparently is from India. But the information is worthwhile to think about anyway.

Here’s another text: “If you’re worried about fighting viruses that are hounding us, buy onions, the white ones with brown skin. Do not peel. Just cut off a portion of the top and bottom and put in your rooms. They absorb all viruses and protect you. Keep them for about a week and change. Do not eat because they hold all the germs that are in your home.” I received this text also, but I remember having read the advice a long time ago. So I decided to try it, and so far, so good. That’s why I share it with you.

This is all the help I can offer since I have been home making rosaries all this time. See how much information you get from a cellphone?