“If I could give one tip for people – it’s not an exercise or nutrition regimen. It’s to walk your talk and believe in yourself, because at the end of the day, the dumbbell and diet don’t get you in shape. It’s your accountability to your word.” ~ Brett Hoebel
By Catherine Austin Fitts
Dr. Laura Thompson died yesterday. Laura was my nutritionist and my friend. Laura had a natural gift for healing. I almost always got off the phone or left a meeting with Laura inspired with an attitude of “Yes, we can.”
I met Laura through her husband, Jon Rappoport. I was struggling to detox from a series of poisonings that occurred during my litigation with the federal government. Jon said to me, “you know you need Laura – she has a history of solving and saving people in these impossible situations. Like many gifted healers Laura was someone who could help you to wellness on an integrated pathway – you could discuss all aspects of your situation – whether physical, energetic or spiritual – and find solutions.
Laura and Jon were deeply in love. It was remarkable to be in their presence and their home – a reminder of the magic that comes with the deep and long lasting love of a man and a woman.
I am asking for prayers for Laura and Jon and their family. For those of you who have not discovered Laura’s work, it is invaluable and timeless. Here are links to her Solari Reports:
Laura, thank you for teaching us, healing us and caring about us. We are grateful for your presence in our lives. We wish you God Speed!
Copies of Laura’s latest book are available here.
I spoke with Jon today. He reminded me that Laura’s inspiration for her Vitamin Love website was to get everyone to write a love letter to themselves. So, if you feel like honoring her, why not do that and write a love letter to yourself. If you would rather, write one to Jon and I will make sure he sees it.