Ramtha on Neuroscience and Prozac
Recent scientific research has
verified Ramtha's description of the effects and benefits of Prozac on the
brain. The scientific findings were led by Grigori Enikolopov at the Cold
Spring Harbor Laboratory and were published in May 2006 in the Proceedings
of the National Academy of Sciences.
David Biello, reporting these
findings for Scientific American magazine, explains, "New research in
specially bred mice has elucidated how the antidepressant Prozac works.
Scientists have long known that in addition to discouraging synapses from
reabsorbing the neurotransmitter serotonin, Prozac (known generically as
fluoxetine) also increases the number of neurons (neurogenesis) in the
adult brain. But exactly how the drug manages this multiplication trick
has proved difficult to pin down. Now researchers have traced the
development cascade of new neurons and determined where fluoxetine exerts
its multiplying — and beneficial — effect."
Ramtha explained the mechanism and benefits of Prozac on the human brain in May 1996, exactly ten years before the scientists disclosed their discovery based on the study of lab mice:
(Excerpt from: New Group Retreat, May 7-12, 1996. Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. Copyright © 1996 JZ Knight)
Ramtha — Beyond Scientific Discovery
Ramtha's description of the effects of Prozac goes far beyond what the scientists have been able to find and verify. In the spring of 2000, Ramtha explained:
(Excerpt from: Getting Out of the Corral and the Physiology of True Love. Primary Retreat, March 26, 2000. Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. Copyright © 2000 JZ Knight)
The Placebo Effect and the Power of Imagination
An interesting study reported by
Kate Wong for Scientific American magazine describes how effective
placebos are in relieving depression and the part of the brain they
actually activate: "Scientists have recognized for some time that people
suffering from depression often experience a substantial reduction in
symptoms when given a placebo. In fact, this observation has led some
researchers to propose that up to 75 percent of the apparent efficacy of
antidepressant medicine may actually be attributable to the placebo
effect. According to a report in the January issue of the American Journal
of Psychiatry, depressed patients who respond to placebo treatment do
exhibit a change in brain function, but one that differs from that seen in
patients who respond to medication. Patients who responded favorably to
the placebo showed increased activity in a region of the brain known as
the prefrontal cortex. Those who responded to medication, in contrast,
exhibited suppressed activity in that area."
A few final words by Ramtha explain the importance of the brain and imagination for our health and well-being, as some scientists are beginning to suspect:
(Excerpt from: Karmic Balance - Living Our Greatest Hates and Judgments. Advanced Evening, November 28, 2000. Ramtha's School of Enlightenment. Copyright © 2000 JZ Knight)
Documented Healing Experience at Blue College Retreat 2006
Email sent by Sue Rakes to RSE on March 17, 2006:
I'm too excited to wait until I get home. Here's the story:
I originally had gone to the doctor to see if I qualified for in vitro and get a referral. In that process I was found to be quite anemic right before the Blue College Retreat this year. My hematocrit was about 29. The doctor described me as someone who had donated five pints of blood. Did I notice anything?! I was off to a hematologist to figure out why I was anemic.
These types of doctors also tend to be oncologists, so I wasn't looking forward to this visit. It turns out I couldn't get in until after the RSE Retreat. Of course with everything we were learning, I was walking as vital health and that I had a body full of healthy, iron-rich, oxygenated blood. "I have never been anemic. I have always had a body full of rich, beautiful blood and, furthermore, I have always been a leader to my own body."
I found two cards that event. The first one was that I love myself into life, with a blue neuron on it. The second card was my Blue Body® card. I continued the work when I got home and went for my appointment on March 3. They took blood and ran all kinds of tests. My follow-up appointment was today, March 17, and they drew blood again.
You know what I'm going to say . . . I'm absolutely NORMAL . . . smack-dab in the middle, not just edging there — baby, I'm all over it! — both on the March 3 and March 17 blood tests. Everything looks just GREAT. They can't find anything whatsoever. I've got the numbers to show it. In four short weeks I went from five pints down to just a healthy master!
It works, it works, it works! I was so nervous sitting there today thinking I'd need to have the command of JZ's mind to take on whatever they were going to tell me, and it would be up to me. Then with a shake of the head the doctor looks at me and says, "Well, everything is absolutely normal!"
It is no longer "we can do it" but "let's do it," that kind of confidence. Wow! This just ROCKS!! Please send my love to JZ and moving on to pulling down even greater and greater realities! Yahoo!
All the best,
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