Philosophically, I agree with you and recognize what you say. I am just quite uneducated when it comes to the physical -- and I also acknowledge that I need to learn what I can to have the body, which is lent to us, be at optimal levels so that I can no longer focus on it. It sucks having to focus on the car when the scenery is what is important; the soul.
It's quite a shock also because I've just gotten grooved into the Blood Type Diet and yet now I'm glued to that obeynature.com website. But to be honest, I really never experienced any true effects from this diet. Yet so much time and effort was put into it -- too bad Amir, c'est la vie. It's not like I didn't learn something from it. I guess one lesson to learn is that life is all about traveling on the wrong roads, hopefully learning enough to increase the accuracy of your next choice (of a road that is) -- maybe one day you'll find the right Way, the right road.
I'll inquire and figure out how I'll get myself out of this mess. I see I cannot simply get a dentist to remove them since they need to be knowledgable -- which may be more burdensome, but what the heck.
Hopefully once I flush my liver enough, the dry skin will become less prevalent?
Damnit. :) You know in the movie (not sure if you have seen it), Motorcycle Diaries, when Che candidly tells the Doctor that his book sucks? I feel like the Doctor -- shocked yet pleasantly grateful.
You'd make a friend of Gurdjieff.
P.S. -- is it enough to take wormwood, common clove, and black walnut together to parasite cleanse? I want to do this before I do my next liver flush.