This is not necessarily a recommendation but a friend just sent me this trailer for a new documentary film that approaches the issue of over prescription of Pharmaceutical drugs and perhaps a wrong psychology toward healing i.e. ''the power of belief''. It references many illnesses and diseases such as Lupus, Cancer, MS and Chronic Pain and features people such as Bruce Lipton (Biology of belief) and Deepak Chopra (Spiritual guru) discussing how the diagnosis of these illnesses comes with a sorry prognosis too. Watching this made me reflect again on the strange paradox that I often find myself in; so desperately wanting a cure and craving the developments in biomedical research to finding a medication for ME, yet being wary of the toxicity and side effects of drugs and also desiring a natural approach to overcoming this. But this is what I am doing day in, day out - Meditating, breathwork, yoga-ing, releasing emotions, cold immersion, radical diet changes, using herbs and supplements and so on. In fact I believe that as ME patients, we are some of the most experienced in natural health - is there any more that we can do? So considering this, despite the fact that the notion of the film is a positive one and I would love to get on board with it, I question the validity of such claims and also suspect that for several of those diseases patients would still recieve medication along side their protocol of positive healing. I hope that not too much of an association is made between this and ME in the mainstream or within society as this could be particularly annoying for us, however on the flipside, I guess something so positive to watch and ''inspire us to heal'' cannot do any harm in our own worlds. What do people think?