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Friday, February 11th, 2011 at 1:45 am
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Even the wealthiest people don’t feel that they have enough money. Most want more, and some use any means to get it. When we believe that money gives us our essential power, we lose sight of what is truly important. As humans we constantly want more! More of what you ask? More of everything and right now, dammit!
When we believe our power is in the material world, we never feel quite strong enough or confident enough or attractive enough to live fully and freely.
We always feel that something is lacking, that we should have more. This constant need to have more will leave you empty and unfulfilled.
Are you living life on your own terms or are you diligently working to impress others?
We are not created to please people, we were created to please God, to recognize the Highest Power in ourselves and make it manifest in our daily lives.
Susan L. Taylor wrote, “Love yourself as a beautiful and necessary light that was created by God. Remember that the Highest Power is alive within you. It is alive as you. You are human and divine. As is true of the universe, nothing about you is haphazard or accidental.”
I challenge you today to lift up your faith in yourself and in the miracle that is your being. Make a ritual of spending quiet time to focus inward so that you can experience the Highest Power and the source of wisdom and strength in you.
Monday, January 31st, 2011 at 5:42 pm
Many of us are wondering how can we truly increase our metabolism? This is something that is right in front of you everyday and most take its value for granted. Today’s health tip is very easy and simple: drink water to boost your metabolism.
Proper hydration is more important than you think. Even slight dehydration can cause your physical and mental performance to lapse.
Dehydration increase the toxins in your body, slows your metabolism, accelerates aging, and even elevates the risk of a number of illnesses, including cancer.
Your body best utilizes water if you make a habit of drinking water regularly.
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Sunday, January 30th, 2011 at 12:24 am
Strengthen your immune system with herbal teas especially during flu season.
Rosehips — full of Vitamin C; administer rose hip two hours before or four hours after antacids and iron containing supplements.
Elderberry — Clinical research shows that some elderberry extracts might reduce flu-like symptoms when given within 48 hours of initial symptoms. Significant symptom relief seems to occur within 2 to 4 days of treatment for most patients.
Marshmellow Extract — soothes your mucous membrane so very good for a dry cough. Theoretically it may lower blood glucose so Diabetics must use with caution.
Slippery Elm — very soothing to mucous membranes and can ease sore throats
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Sunday, January 23rd, 2011 at 11:11 pm
This post was inspired as I was working in the pharmacy dealing drugs. It hit me that most people don’t realize the secret of drug companies and the healthcare industry.
Do you believe pharmaceutical medications are designed to cure you? Well, the sad truth is there not! Medications are designed so you will come back and get your prescription filled month after month.
So what can you do as a consumer? Take charge of your health. Become your own patient advocate. Ask Questions about your treatment and diagnosis. Use your FOOD AS MEDICINE! I know that is not the popular thing to say in this age of “give me a pill to fix me” but that is the truth. Go back to the basics and eat a healthy, balanced diet to begin taking control of your health.
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Sunday, January 16th, 2011 at 9:43 pm
Holistic health has come to mean a many different things to a many different people, depending on what is read, heard, and understood. For a more basic and elementary approach, let us simply begin with the root holism, from the Greek root holos, simply meaning the whole (all, entire, total). So simply put, when we are talking about “holistic health” we are approaching the subject by looking at the entire body, the entire overall “whole-person” health system, not just one part while ignoring the implications or inter-connectivity of the other parts of the whole system, or body in this case.
Holistic Health Buzz