Wednesday, November 20, 2013


Below, we find John F. Kennedy, his brother Robert Kennedy, and Abraham Lincoln, all assassinated. Tuesday night, on one of my favorite shows, "Person of Interest", in the final minute we see the assassination of one of the main characters - a total shock to me and probably other viewers who were led to believe it would be Detective Lionel Fusco. Sadly, they killed off Detective Jocelyn "Joss" Carter (Taraji P. Henson), shot by Officer Simmons, in an episode called "The Crossing", after she took down the bad cops and politicians. This episode was one of three - the final chapter next week. Great performance by Jim Caviezel as Joss fades away and the Man in the Suit sobs, a character who never expresses his emotions.

Watch the Video

Presidents, Ridiculous Politicians, and Law

We know politicians have their scandals. That goes back as far as the first political systems. In recent years, Anthony Weiner was the laughing stock of the world and now we find Rob Ford, the crack smoking Mayor of Toronto, whose powers are being stripped away, along with his reality show which was cancelled after one episode. Sometimes ... I think the program does things just to inspire humor ... and what better place than politics ... elected officials who exemplify our corrupt program. Look at this guy. Is he not the poster child for substance abuse and insanity?

More ridiculous politicians

Tuesday night, former President George W. Bush, 67, appeared on "The Tonight Show" talking about his life after leaving office in 2009. Bush said he's kept a low profile because -- "I don't think it's good for the country to have a former president criticize his successor". That goes along with, "If you don't have something nice to say about someone, don't say anything at all."

As I watched Bush, all I saw was one of the millions of souls who inhabit planet Earth that are just burned out. Lucky are those who can afford to retire to a peaceful existence. Age may have something to do with it, but the dysfunctionality of reality is taking its toll everywhere.

At the end of the day ... do you know what people really want? To be taken care of by a government that supports their needs so they can stay home and pursue whatever they want. It's called freedom - the eternal quest for the souls stuck in physical reality and programmed to believe it will happen one day. "One day" ... the program was just One Day in which you had endless experiences.

Former first lady Laura Bush joined her husband on "The Tonight Show", as the trio discussed George W. Bush's heart scare, which allowed Leno to work in a reference to Obamacare - and the humor that goes with the U.S. trying to secure medical coverage for its citizens. The majority of Americans no longer believe President Obama is telling the truth. The real question is - Does Obama now what the truth is?

Obamacare - commonly called the Affordable Care Act (ACA) - had a bumpy rollout making our political and health systems look ridiculous. Americans stress health and exercise and all that goes with that but as a society - we are "losing it". Why? Because the consciousness grids that support this reality are imploding. If you really understand end times - you are well ahead of those are waiting for reality to reinvent itself. If you believe in ancient alien theory - or mythological gods - you might reason they are about to wipe us out again and create something new and more evolved. Not happening.

Mental Health Laws

We know that most people are not only burned out but are programmed with some degree of mental illness - the level of violence across the world increasing. People need help and coverage to get it. Trying to sustain life with mental illness, and resulting substance abuse, is becoming more and more challenging for those programmed that way, as well as the people in their lives. Take Mayor Ford as an out-of-control example.

Something to investigate ... With the Affordable Care Act, could the clients I counsel during a reading, as I am a therapist, now be able to claim medical benefits without me being a medical doctor? Will this expand to certification as a life coach as a qualification to make insurance claims? How will this affect the insurance companies?

Personally, I would not want to counsel people on a regular basis. Just like hands-on healing drains your energies - so too do those with mental illness. Connected grids always bleed into each other and this is not my thing. Clients who attempt to be co-dependent on me, are turned away. Do you how much time, energy, and money are spent on mental illness and how much drama and loss it creates? All of it!

Let's watch this unfold - in the temporary time zone we now occupy.

    Affordable Care Act to expand mental health coverage
    Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced on Friday that insurers will be required to cover mental health and addiction the same way they cover other illnesses. Critics of extending coverage under the ACA say mental health treatments are often drawn out and costly, with some patients requiring a lifetime of therapy.

    What is the new health care law?   National Alliance on Mental Health - November 2013
    The ACA will result in many changes that will take place over time. Some of these changes began in 2010 and others will take place through 2014. This information has been created to help individuals and families affected by mental illness to better understand these changes and to prepare for those that will be coming.It all begins on January 1, 2014

    Affordable Care Act requires mental health coverage   Examiner - November 17, 2013
    The Affordable Care Act isn't just about access to primary care physicians and prescription drugs. It also requires insurers to provide benefits to people with mental illness, emotional disorders and substance abuse problems.