Wednesday, 25 January 2017

What’s The Real Origin And Meaning Of Sin? (And How It’s Doctrine Is Used To Control You)

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Religions talk about sin and sinners, but what does it really mean to sin?

Actually the concept of devil was invented by the human mind to control the masses with fear.

Many leaders managed to gain power through religion by associating people that would threaten their position with the devil and calling them infidels and heretics.

For this reason, the actual origin of the word “sin” and its meaning is unknown to too many people.

The Christian definition of sin

Christians believe that all living human beings have sinned and are in some way separated from God, who is perfect.

They define a sin as an act or thought that is contrary to the perfect will of God which separates the believer from the presence and will of God.

The only way a believer can escape the state of sinfulness is to become a believer in Jesus Christ.

There are a couple of problems with the Christian definition of sin just outlined:

1. “The only way to escape sins is to believe in Jesus.”

This means that Christianity is the only true faith.

This only calls for religious wars.

Yes, of course Jesus was one of the greatest spiritual guides. But most spiritual guides are not even known to us.

2. “Sin calls for punishment.”

This belief that punishment is correction is insane.

We need correction not punishment.

Judgment destroys honesty and shatters trust.

Open-mindedness comes with lack of judgment.

No one who loves can judge, and what he sees is free of condemnation.

“Jesus and religion are on opposite spectrums. One’s the work of God, one’s a man made invention. One is the cure, the other is the infection. Religion puts you in bondage but Jesus sets you free. Religion makes you blind but Jesus makes you see.” – Jefferson Bethke

“We were all humans until race disconnected us, religion separated us, politics divided us and wealth classified us.” – Pravinee Hurbungs

At the time the concept of the devil came about, many leaders sought to gain power through religion. As such, all non-believers, infidels, and heretics (people who were thought to threaten total control) were to be associated with the devil and made to be the enemy of God as well as a threat to the eternal souls of others.” – Teal Swan

The real origin and meaning of sin

Not many people know that the word “sin” comes from ancient Greeks and the actual translation is “to miss the mark”.

This completely changes the concept of sin.

If you grew up in a Catholic household, you were taught that to sin is to be a terrible person.

Actually it only means that you made a mistake. It is everything that you feel, believe or say that goes against yourself. 

The result is that so many people carry around the guilt of the mistakes they have made, thinking they are horrid people.

Once you become aware that sins are mistakes to be correct they become powerful tools to enhance your life.

If you think of sin as errors harming yourself (or others, as we are one) they can show what you need to know to improve your life.

the doctrine of original sin | Fabrizio Fusco | the origin of sin

Here are 4 steps to reprogram yourself and take your spiritual life to the next level.

1.Practice self-love

You make decisions every single day. Even the choice to choose nothing or delaying a choice is a decision. Your life is the result of a lifetime of decisions.

There’s only one problem.

The person you are is miserable.

So, here’s the challenge I want you to commit.

Every time you feel negative or you face a decision I want you to ask yourself the following question:

What would someone who loves themselves do?

Give an answer to yourself and take action on it.

Live your life according this one simple question. The answer will come as an intuition: a gut feeling, a thought, an image, an emotion, a sensation.

2. Don’t be harsh with yourself

Before you make something that could potentially be detrimental to you, practice asking yourself:

"Would I do this to the child within me?

Visualize your inner child looking at a photo or through imagination.

Are you able to say to that child that she deserves to be unhappy, deprived and unloved?

Probably not. Yet that’s what you are saying to your adult self.

Can you identify a point in your life when you suddenly became undeserving of happiness and love?

Probably not. This means you still deserve to love yourself.

There will never be a time in your life where you deserve anything less than your childhood self deserves.

So, even if you experience setbacks along the journey don’t judge yourself. Don’t be harsh with yourself. Just come back on track.

3. Make your happiness a priority

Make happiness the most important thing in your life.

Build a habit of positive focus and appreciative attitude toward yourself.

Happy people focus on what they already have, while unhappy people focus on what they lack.

Don’t seek the approval of other people to make your decisions.

You’re better than that. You’re unique, you don’t need to fit other people’s desires to feel accepted.

4. Respect your own boundaries

We often violate our own boundaries adopting another person’s beliefs or ideas so we are accepted and loved.

But if you don’t decide how you want to live, what you want to be, and what you want to do, then someone or something else will decide these things for you.

And this will destroy you in the long-term.

Take your life to the next level and inspire people

Western institutions, politics, organized religions influenced us with concepts as humility, suffering, sacrifice, equality seeking to make us all equal by making us all “slaves”.

Our playing small doesn’t serve the world. We want to blaze our own path to give others permission and inspiration to do the same.

Self-love is the root from which everything grows.

In my FREE e-book "Love your life" I explain just that: how you can start cultivating love within yourself.

Because everything starts within you.

Find additional info on: Personal Life Coach Fabrizio Fusco

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

What Are The Benefits Of Taking Higher Doses Of Vitamin C?

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Vitamin C is an essential antioxidant necessary to protect our body from free radicals that can damage our cells.

It is also essential to strengthen the immune system.

The question is: “Are we taking enough? How much should we take?”

Cleanse the body and repair damaged cells

Oxidation reactions are a physiological process in animal tissue. They develop
from respiration, metabolism, sunlight, exercise and many other factors.

However, they produce harmful molecules called free radicals.

the production of free radicals is beyond
the protective capability of the antioxidant defenses, oxidative stress occurs.

This process causes damage or death of the cells and also alters the cell DNA playing a significant role in many human diseases.

It’s not that we have a faulty DNA, it’s that oxidative stress damages it.

Antioxidants terminate harmful chain reactions by removing free radical intermediates and inhibiting other oxidation reactions.

In other words, they are essential to cleanse the body and repair damaged cells.

Are you lacking in vitamin C or taking enough?

The Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) is the daily dietary intake level of a nutrient considered sufficient by the Food and Nutrition Board of the Institute of Medicine to meet the requirements of 97.5% of healthy individuals in each life-stage and sex group.

The problem is that when it comes to minerals and vitamins we are not getting enough of them.

And we’re not getting enough because we don’t really know what is the minimum required to live optimally. It hasn’t been researched well enough.

For example, what is enough vitamin C? The RDA is fixed at 90 mg/day.

Now, do you know how the government came up with this number? Well, it comes out by:

  1. Measuring all the food that is soiled every year
  2. From this you calculate how much vitamin C is soiled every year
  3. Divide by the number of people
  4. Divide by the number of days in a year

This is where the RDA for vitamin C (90mg/ day) comes out.

And medical doctors and traditional nutritionists base their recommendations on that calculation that has nothing to do neither with science nor health.

The optimal dosage theory

Linus Pauling, a great scientific mind, came up with 2500 mg/day for Vitamin C. In his later years he promoted megavitamin therapy, dietary supplements, and taking large doses of vitamin C, none of which have gained acceptance in the mainstream scientific community.

The fact that we keep the RDA for Vitamin C at 90 mg/day is ridiculous.

It is ridiculous because stress burns this quantity in a few minutes, pollution and processed food do the same, a single cigarette burns all the RDA.

Even if we don’t exactly know what is the minimum required it’s easy to understand that the limit set by the government is way too low.

Yet it seems not too easy to understand for the Food and Nutrition Board. Actually, the fact is if they accept to recommend large doses of minerals and vitamins the whole Pharmaceutical Industry would be out of business.

“Good nutrition and vitamins do not directly cure disease, the body does. You provide the raw materials and the inborn wisdom of your body makes the repair.” – Andrew W. Saul

“No evidence compels the conclusion that the minimum required intake of any vitamin comes close to the optimum intake that sustains good health.”– Linus Pauling

“Vitamin C is the world’s best natural antibiotic, antiviral, antitoxin and antihistamine.” – Andrew W. Saul

How to get the optimal levels of Vitamin C

Vitamin C is the most powerful antioxidant.

The RDA of 90 mg a day, is just enough to barely survive.

In a world plagued by chronic diseases, it’s absolutely not enough.

If you want to heal and repair your damaged cells you have to take 3 to 7 grams a day while if you’re already healthy 1.5 to 3 grams a day for maintenance are enough.

Also you need to spread the dosage throughout the day because your body will absorb only so much at one time.

If you think it’s enough to take your vitamin C from food think twice. Unfortunately, that’s not the case.

A lemon or an orange contain about 50 mg of vitamin C. It means you’d need to eat 100 oranges a day to take 5 grams of vitamin C.

vitamin c deficiency diseases prevention | Fabrizio Fusco | effects of high dose vitamin c

The only way to reclaim your health is to take supplements.

There are two options:

1. Buy vitamin C tablets

This is the easiest option. Just buy Vitamin C tablets and take them.

Ideally each pill contains 1g of vitamin C taken 5 times per day.

2. Buy Ascorbic Acid Powder

If you want to save some money you can buy ascorbic acid powder. Also, this is the most natural possible form of the vitamin.

Ascorbic acid is just the name of Vitamin C.

Now you have to make your own dosage of Vitamin C. So follow this easy steps:

  • Pour 66 grams of ascorbic acid powder in a liter of water and shake the bottle.
  • Drink 15 ml (that contains 1 gram of vitamin C) ideally 5 times a day for therapeutic effects.
  • Use glass bottles (plastic may leak toxic substances) and keep them in a cool, dry and dark place.

Make sure to buy only healthy supplements

Most supplements have been processed by Pharmaceutical Companies the same way our food is processed so they often contain sugar and other toxic elements.

Make sure to read the label to check the list of ingredients and only buy from trusted sources.

Check out my online healthy food & supplements store to find vitamin C tablets and ascorbic acid powder plus a list of every food and supplement that I recommend.

Health is a choice

The power to heal your body lies within you.

Food and supplements are the fuel your body needs to sustain vitality. Make sure they are natural, clean and pure.

In my FREE e-book “DNA Is Not Your Destiny” I explain why you are not victim of your genes. You are the master of your destiny.

So now, it’s your choice. Make a decision. Take the challenge. It’s all on you.

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Wednesday, 11 January 2017

How To Make A Difference And Become A Winner In Life

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The characteristics of the African Impala are really fascinating.

This gazelle, with a single jump can reach a height of 10 feet and cover a distance of 30 feet.

How fascinating is this!

Yet they can be kept in any zoo with a 3 feet wall.

The animal will never jump if they can’t see where exactly their feet will land.

Well, as human beings we are very similar.

We are fascinating creatures enclosed in a prison that doesn’t exist.

A prison that we create in our own mind.

Why have we given up our true nature?

Our life, our true nature is meant to be an adventure.

Instead we have traded it for the illusion of safety.

We were ambitious… But we lost that ambition because someone told us how to behave.

Maybe we have tried to unleash our creativity but then we’ve given up.

Unsupportive family and friends convinced us to come back into the illusion of safety.

We live in a life we don’t feel our own. But why have we given up our true nature?

The answer is ingrained in our society. Our schools are built to train kids to create complaint, obedient factory workers.

We have developed a habit to follow instructions.

And it worked in the past.

But not anymore.

Because the world is changing really fast.

“You get from this life what you have the courage to ask for” – Oprah Wrinfey

“You can choose courage or you can choose comfort. You cannot have both.” – Brenè Brown

“Technology has led to an explosion in people speaking. Most people are saying virtually nothing. But a few people, who would never have been chosen by those in power, are saying more. Writing more deeply, connecting more viscerally, changing the things around them. That's each of us, at our best.” – Seth Godin

Today you can make a difference

The economic crisis is the sign that the world is changing fast. In 10 years 60% of the current jobs will be replaced by machines.

Safety is an illusion.

But this change is also the greatest opportunity of all times.

Because today a single person has the power to make a difference, to spread their message across the world.

Yes, everyone would like to win easy, to avoid the risk to lose the job, the reputation, the time.

But the magic of happiness lies in the craziness to risk.

You don’t need to wait for permission to live the life that you desire.

You can start today.

You have to take action.

ways to make a difference | Fabrizio Fusco | the difference that makes the difference

The following steps will help you make a difference in life and put you on the path towards excellence.

1. Be remarkable

In today’s world you need to risk.

Because the truth is that seeking safety is actually the riskiest thing you can do in the current economy.

In the age of information, we live in such a noisy world. You have to be truly remarkable to stand out.

If you fit in, if you are average, if you don’t develop a passion you will be invisible.

And being invisible means you’re doomed to fail.

2. Be crystal clear about what you want

“I want more money” it doesn’t work, it’s too general.

You have to have clarity. Clarity is power.

You have to know exactly what you want. And then your brain knows how to get there.

Your brain, when you condition it, knows exactly how to find a way to get there.

If you don’t know exactly what you want, you’re not going to achieve it.

You can get whatever you want but you have to know what it is. 

3. Be curious

Be curios, explore new things, allow the Universe energy to flow. Move into the space of curiosity, which is a joyous state of not knowing.

To be in a state of “allowing”, means to deliberately choose thoughts, words and actions that allow your desires to manifest in your reality.

To make this possible, your thoughts, words and actions must line up with your desires. It is a state of deliberate focus and inspired action. 

4. Find your purpose

You have to know your purpose, why you want something.

Because when you set a big
goal life will knock you downmany times.

That’s when people
give up.

But if you have clarity
of values you still understand
why you are there. If you know
your purpose, if you know why you’re doing it then you’ll be able to pick yourself up every single day. 

5. Have a massive action plan

You have to have a massive action plan. You have to have enough plans or always invent new others.

Otherwise when you fail the first times you’re going to make excuse why they didn’t work and give up.

The difference that makes the difference

This is best time in history to make a difference. The world is full of opportunities.

You can make a difference. You can inspire millions of people.

The real question is “will you do it?”.

You can win or you can lose. But the good news is that if you lose you can always get up and try again.

Don’t settle for average, don’t settle for the illusion of safety. You’re better than that.

It all start with you. In my FREE e-book Love your life I explain just that: how to love yourself once again.

Because everything starts within and self-love is the root form which everything grows.

See more info on: Holistic Health Coach Fabrizio Fusco

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Becoming Wise Means Knowing The Difference Between Wisdom vs. Knowledge

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Today everyone piles up knowledge.

That’s the function of schoolscollegesuniversities.

But does knowledge make you a free being?

Unfortunately,too often it doesn’t. Actually, all the opposite.

The real key to freedom is wisdom.

And nobody teaches you how to be wise.

So, what really is wisdom?

The information available is infinite

As little children, our true nature is to love each other, to be happy, to explore and enjoy life.

We are completely authentic. Our actions are guided solely by instinct and emotions.

Starting from the age of two, people around us program us with knowledge.

But their knowledge (or information) is just one perspective of the world.

However, we are so influenced by this knowledge that we slowly lose the capacity to perceive the world through the eyes of love.

We start to only perceive what we have learned to believe, what we’ve been programmed to believe.

In the spiritual field, the Akashic records represent any thought which has been previously thought in the history of this universe.

We can think of it as all the knowledge (or information) available on the Universe.

In other words, the information available is infinite and all pieces of information simply represent different perspectives.

“Is knowledge controlling you, or are you controlling knowledge?” – Don Miguel Ruiz

“True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.” – Socrates

“No society wants you to become wise. If people are wise they cannot be exploited. If they are intelligent they cannot be subjugated, they cannot be forced in a mechanical life, to live like robots. They will assert their individuality. They will like to live in freedom.” – OSHO

Freedom comes with wisdom

No society really wants you to be free. Communists, fascists, capitalists, Christians, Muslims, they all repress your individuality, your creativity, your genius, your worth.

Because if people are wise, educated and intelligent they can’t be exploited and subjugated by the ones who are in power.

Schools, colleges, universities don’t teach you to become wise.

Yes, they provide knowledge. But this knowledge, often doesn’t serve you. It serves the vested interests of the men who are in power.

You need wisdom. Not just knowledge.

Wisdom needs a totally different approach. Wisdom is the flowering of your transparency, your luminous being.

wisdom vs knowledge | Fabrizio Fusco | from knowledge to wisdom

Follow the next steps to transform knowledge into wisdom and start the journey towards personal freedom.

1.Build up knowledge from different perspectives

We are in the information age. All the information we want is just one click away. Schools and universities are not the only source of knowledge anymore.

Learn form as many source as you can. Universities represent just one source of information.

As we said the amount of information available is infinite. This means that we can’t know everything about everything. All life is based on exploration, expansion, adventure, discovery, learning.

Wisdom is being aware of how little we know no matter how much knowledge we pile up.

2. Let go of the attachment to knowledge

When we pile up knowledge and we earn degrees we start to feel superior to other people.

Actually, we can’t affirm that some knowledge is true and some is false. It is subjective.

Instead we become attached to the need of being right.

We start to believe that anyone who doesn’t agree with us is wrong (especially if they have less degree than we do).

This attachment damages our lives and other people’s life.

In extreme case the attachment grows to such a level where respect is lost even for humanity. At this level people are willing to die and kill others for their beliefs.

Turn on any news station and it’s easy to see examples of attachments to this level in topics such as religion, politics, money, sex, power.

A wise person knows that building up knowledge is not enough. It is vital to let go of the attachment to being right.

We have to understand that everything is just a perspective of life. Nothing is right or wrong. Nothing makes us better o worse, superior or inferior.

Nothing can be imposed - not even help.  We can only help people that are willing to be changed. All we can do is find our own bliss giving others inspiration and permission to do the same.

3. Discern the useful knowledge

Knowledge is about adding information. Wisdom is about subtracting information. It’s the opposite.

Wisdom is an unlearning process, the unlearning of the ego’s false belief system, of the negativity, of the lack, the comparing, the separation.

It’s the process of releasing fear based beliefs and the blocks to the presence of love so that we can reconnect to our inspiration that is our inner guidance or spiritual guidance.

In other words, wisdom is the capacity of discerning all the knowledge and keeping only the pieces that add up to your personal definition of beautiful life.

4. Question everything

Wise people question everything they see or hear.

They keep asking themselves: “Is this information really useful to increase my inner peace and happiness and to make other people’s life better?”

Whenever we believe something without question, we are at risk for attachment at the most extreme level.

Don’t just believe people. Don’t believe even yourself. That voice that says you’re not enough. Don’t believe it.

Don’t believe anything that would hinder your path towards happiness and personal freedom.

Just learn to listen to yourself and everyone else. What you do with that information is up to you.

You can agree or disagree, act on it or discard it… And that depends on what you want to attract in your life.

Love is what we are born with

Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we have learned here.

Our goal must be to unlearn everything that is damaging our life and other people lives.

We must come back to the authenticity that every child owns.

We haven’t lost that capacity. It is within each of us.

In my FREE e-book Love your life I explain just that: how to love yourself once again.

Because everything starts within and self-love is the root form which everything grows.

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