This speculation was supported by Deepak Chopra on the Larry King show, where he claimed that Michael requested his assistance in learning how to meditate. On one occasion, Michael asked Dr. Chopra for a prescription of a drug.
Dr. Chopra said that he asked Michael why he wanted the prescription, but apparently Chopra never got an answer. Consequently, Michael stopped returning his phone calls.
Here’s another well known example of the deadly use of prescription drugs.
Jackson’s death would appear to be somewhat similar to the 2007 death of former Playboy model Anna Nicole Smith. Smith died of an accidental overdose in a Florida hotel. An autopsy revealed that Smith had a lethal cocktail of several prescription drugs in her body at the time of death.
So are prescription drugs the only way to manage the stress of pain?
I have been teaching relaxation and meditation for over 14 years, specifically for emotional and physical pain. As a matter of fact, I have worked with terminally ill patients in hospitals teaching them how to manage pain.
The interesting thing is that most of the patients that I am assigned to (due to chronic pain),refuse my help. Usually the patients who are not in as much pain are more receptive to my help.
Is there a non- prescription drug solution for pain?
I have developed a 3-minute relaxation process that allows you to manage and at times, eliminate chronic pain. There is an easier way to manage pain and enjoy a better quality of life.
Are you looking for a quick fix?
We have been conditioned to take a pill as a quick fix to numb the pain and our senses. This process keeps us dependent on that pill and it prevents us from taking responsibility.
Here’s the simple truth.
Pain is merely a message indicating that the body is out of balance. If you get to the root cause of the pain and deal with it naturally through relaxation and mediation, you do not become dependent on prescription drugs.
The final cause of Michael Jackson’s death has not been officially determined; however the question that needs to be answered is this:
Do you medicate your pain with prescription drugs or have you found a natural, alternative way to deal with your emotional and/or chronic physical pain?