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Which season brings you which health imbalance ?

We are in Spring and people are sneezing everywhere. Take note to clean the liver at this point. Eat baby greens and berries as they are what is coming on board. Learn the benefits to dandelion greens and foods that the liver loves. It has been serving you and it is the season to give thanks back to that organ.

Spring- allergies, tiredness, asthma, skin rashes, neck and shoulder pain, headaches, and a lack of rest, frustrations, arrogance

allergies, asthma, eczema, over heating and over sweating, colds, flu, frustrations, anger, disappointment

Fall- allergies, sinus infections, asthma, colds, depression

Winter-allergies, colds, flu, bronual disorders, depression, sadness, asthma,


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Just some bit to ponder for your day...

I started this blog to get out of my head ideas and information that i have on products, food choices, thought choices and actions i want the world to know. I would love to talk about the cosmic soul that taught me most of what i will share but not yet.
I will start out with products that you can buy from that i have come to respect and appreciate that are here on this planet and that the formulators and there families are here for the long haul. The ideals are high and that is what i have been taught to seek.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

HW420 Unit 6 Time to Shift

This week i  practiced the Universal Loving Kindness meditation that is found in Elliott S. Dacher's book Integral Health, The Path to Human Flourishing p 93.  This particular meditation is to me extremely unselfish in nature.  It leads you to send freedom, health, happiness and wholeness to those you love and to all people.  It brings you to a place to be given the opportunity to assist as well in this process with someone.  May it be a stranger or someone you know.

This entire week while daily (often multiple times a day) saying these words in my head and sometimes out loud i have encounter magical things where i have been asked to help assist situations from money to health to advice.  This in turn as giving me a feeling of calm and needed.  Needed, not like i am looking to help and i my self needing that but a much more balanced way of feeling like you helped someone this seek be a better them. It has brought rewards to my own calm that has added in my sleep, digestion and mental well being.

In the Assessment Process Exercise found as well, in Elliott S. Dacher, p 115  when you become still and ask yourself "What aspect of my life- psychospiritual, biological, interpersonal or worldly, do i need to work on for myself, clearly what jumped out was my interpersonal and psychospiritual aspects.  My interpersonal- is a relationship i let go to fly free on it's own and it has left me in many ways with clipped wings.  I can fly just not very far at all before i come down real fast.  I did not realize how much the relation i had encompassed absolutely ever aspect of me.  Even to eating something new because it would be them, that would feed me new things.  I can tell it is going to be a long journey that most likely i will never fully get over, i just need to be able to thrive not just survive (live without them).

As to the psychospiritual that one just jumps out purely due to the passions of my heart and the amount of care i hold inside to offer to those on the outside. 
Both of these practices have influenced me to want to smile, laugh and yet go deep with-in to see truth, whatever it may be. 
To implement these exercise more i need to visit places that my eyes can see beauty in it's nature form such as places like, Parfrey's Glen that is just only an hour away  from me.  Places of deep truth and sincerity.  When in these places to meditate on the aspects that make me me.  

Dacher, E.,(2006). Integral Health The Path to Human Flourishing . Chpt 9 p 93, Chpt 11 - p 115

Parfrey's Glen, (2012). Retrieved from

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