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Saturday, July 30, 2011

[AlternativeAnswers] Re: 10-plus Recommendations for Staying Healthy in Chaotic Times

 

This is awesome. I totally agree with this and have found benefit in my own life. I'm new to most of this, finding it fascinating.
Tom Walker

--- In AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com, mike goldberg <mikegoldberg888@...> wrote:
>
> Positive Thinking
>  
> By: Michael E.
> Goldberg
> Reiki Master
> July 2011
>  
> Your thoughts have a direct impact on your emotions. Your
> emotions determine your well being. Your emotions determine whether you are
> happy or unhappy. Your thoughts determine whether you feel good about yourself,
> others and the world.
>  
> The people you think about become the most important people
> in your life. The events or things you think about become the most important
> events and things in your life. So, if these people, events or things make you
> feel unhappy, angry, hateful, worried or agitated, they are negative. If they
> make you feel happy, balanced and good, they are positive.  
>  
> You can control your thoughts. To control your thoughts, you
> must assert control over your thoughts and your beliefs. You must adopt open
> and positive beliefs. Open and positive beliefs lead to positive thoughts.
> Negative and rigid beliefs lead to negative thoughts.
>  
> You can change your beliefs and thoughts through application
> of your conscious will and intent to the task. As you consciously adopt
> positive and open beliefs and change your thoughts from negative to positive, you
> will feel more positive, balanced and happy.
>  
> Negative thoughts are thoughts that generate anger, fear,
> hate and jealousy. These emotions felt on an on an ongoing basis and related
> ongoing thoughts, lead to depression and anxiety. They also will drain your
> energy, the energy you need for life and happiness.
>  
> Positive thoughts are thoughts that make you feel happy and good
> about your self, others and the world. They are thoughts that make you feel
> balanced and peaceful. To change your thoughts and thought patterns, you must
> be mindful of your thoughts and emotions. Mindfulness enables you to monitor
> your thoughts and emotions. Then, you must consciously apply your will and
> change them from negative to positive.   
>  
>  Positive thoughts
> require open beliefs and an open mind. This requires you to let go of rigid and
> narrow beliefs and change them to positive and open. You then use your mind
> more for observation and tasks and less about judging and analyzing people. Positive
> thinking requires you to forgive self and others and to let go of past wrongs
> and the grip of past traumas and injuries. Positive thoughts require you to
> adopt positive beliefs about yourself and the world. This may be difficult
> especially if your life experiences and authority figures in your life taught
> you otherwise. But, there are many ways to look at yourself and others. Begin
> to look at “failure” and “injuries” as lessons and nothing more. Then let go of
> them. This is important for positive thinking.
>  
> Rigid beliefs lead to negative thoughts. This is because
> rigid beliefs lead to opinion and judgment thoughts. This is especially true
> with respect to rigid opinions and beliefs about self and others. Opinion and
> judgment thoughts lead to negative emotions because they empower ego and a
> feeling of superiority. This ultimately leads to angry and even hateful
> thoughts. These thoughts may lead to angry and hateful acts and speech, which
> brings in a lot of negativity. So, for positive thoughts and positive thought
> patterns, it is essential to open your mind, let go of negative and rigid
> beliefs and stop ongoing opinion/judgment thoughts. Become more of an observer
> and suspend judgment and opinion to the extent possible.
>  
> Go with the flow. Avoid clash of wills and conflict. This
> leads to negative thoughts and negative thought patterns. Accept others for
> what and who they are and what they believe.  Do not try to change them. Your efforts to change others will lead to
> negative thoughts. The only person you can change is yourself. So, focus your
> efforts on that task.     
>  
> The conscious mind is affected by subconscious beliefs. So,
> for positive thinking and positive thought patterns, it is essential to change your
> deeply held beliefs from “negative and rigid” to “positive and
> open/flexible.”   Likewise, it is essential for you to adopt
> positive and kind beliefs about yourself and purge conscious and subconscious
> memories of the painful past and past injuries. This will quiet the negative
> and critical inner voice and replace it with a kind and positive inner voice.
>  
> In order to change beliefs and open your mind, do the meditation
> and visualization exercises and positive affirmations described below.
>  
> Positive thinking requires you to open your heart and fill
> yourself with unconditional love. This leads to an ongoing feeling of inner
> peace and happiness. It is difficult to have positive thoughts when you feel
> bad. So, it is important to cultivate ongoing feeling of peace and happiness. These
> wonderful feelings you will experience in your heart and torso. This is done by
> the meditation and visualization exercises described below.
>  
> Thoughts that make you feel agitated, angry, afraid, depressed,
> hateful or jealous are negative thoughts. If you feel agitated, then change
> your thoughts. Otherwise, stop your thoughts altogether and be in the moment.
> When you experience life in the moment, you will stop negative thoughts. When
> you experience life through your senses and not through your thoughts, you will
> be more happy, balanced and peaceful.    
>  
> Positive thoughts are thoughts that are focused on positive
> and productive activities such as work, errands, studies and enjoyable events.
> They are thoughts that are focused on loved ones and how to make loved ones
> happy. Negative thoughts are often thoughts that are focused on the painful
> past, the anxious future or the people who hurt you. These negative thoughts
> crowd out thoughts about the positive, kind and loving people in your life and
> happy memories.
>  
> Positive thoughts tend to be focused thoughts. Negative
> thoughts tend to be unfocused thoughts. Negative thoughts tend to come from the
> side and back of the head. Positive thoughts come from the middle of the
> forehead. Thoughts become unfocused and then go negative if we do not control
> them. Unfocused thoughts often lead to a negative inner voice. This negative
> inner voice is often critical and judgmental toward self and others. 
>  
> Positive thoughts are focused thoughts related to details,
> specifics and processes.  They are not
> thoughts about results. They are focused on positive and productive endeavors
> and activities â€" work, hobbies, errands, celebrations, vacations, etc. They are
> not thoughts about “what if” scenarios and future possibilities. They are not
> thoughts about revenge or getting even.
>  
> Positive thoughts are focused, centered and balanced
> thoughts. They are thoughts focused on the moment and on task. Of course, they
> can be focused on plans. But, this focus would be on composing and implementing
> plans. This focus would be on the details and specifics of plans. Positive
> thinking includes thoughts related to the development and execution of plans
> related to work, errands, hobbies, vacations and celebrations.
>  
> Negative thoughts are ego-oriented thoughts. The
> ego-oriented thoughts that are negative are self â€"oriented thoughts that make
> you feel unhappy or bad. These include thoughts in that judge self or others,
> thoughts that make you feel like a victim, feel self pity, feel fear or feel
> anger or hate. They include thoughts about controlling, hurting or deceiving
> others. To be a positive thinker one must elevate soul over ego in governance
> of self. Meditation and visualization will help achieve this. This will subdue
> ego and at the same time it will subdue negative thoughts, negative thought
> patterns and a negative inner voice.        
>  
> To have positive thoughts, positive thought patterns and a
> positive inner voice, you need to assert control of your thoughts through
> application of your will. The locus of your will is the middle of your
> forehead. The middle of you forehead is the place where you focus your
> thoughts. The middle of your forehead is the place where you control your
> thoughts.  Focus on the positive and
> still the inner voice.
>  
> Unkind and deceptive acts and speech lead to negative
> thoughts. So does hurting, deceiving and slandering others. To achieve positive
> thinking, control your words and acts as well as your thoughts. 
>  
> As mentioned above, what and who you focus on become the
> focus of your thoughts. Your thoughts then determine your emotional state. But,
> you have the power to control and focus your thoughts. You just need the will
> and the tools to make it happen
>  
> Here are some tools:
>  
> Distract and
> substitute
>  
> When negative thoughts come in,
> distract and substitute. Your mind can only focus on one thing at a time.When it comes to negative thoughts, work with Substitution
> and Distraction. Substitution - Substitute positive thoughts and images for
> negative ones. Switch to thoughts about or images of positive, happy and loving
> people in your life. Alternatively, focus on pets or scenes that make you feel
> positive and happy. Distraction â€" Distract yourself by bringing your mind back
> to the moment â€" i.e., substantive aspects of work, process and details of things
> we encounter in the moment. Focus on the moment with full attention and
> awareness. Do not analyze or judge. Do not focus on results. Do not focus on
> the past or future. Stay in the moment. Observe and focus on details, process
> and substance. When in the moment, do not let thoughts take you somewhere else,
> whether it is the past, the future or another place. Each time they do,
> re-focus on what we are doing and where you are in the moment.  Do not let thoughts rob you of the precious
> moments of life.   
>  When negative
> thoughts come in, do the following when negative thoughts come in: smile, close
> your eyes and do some deep breathing exercises. Breathe deeply into your heart
> or abdomen and focus only on your breath. Alternatively, stop thinking
> altogether. Put your hand over your heart and shift your energy there. Now,
> just be in the moment. Fully experience the moment in your body center and your
> senses and not in your thoughts. Become an observer. Suspend judgment or
> analysis of what you encounter in the moment. Just encounter it.  
>  
> Distract the negative thoughts with music, prayer and
> mantras. Focus on lyrics, prayers and words. By focusing on music prayer and
> mantras, your mind will not be able to focus on the negative thoughts. Focus on
> others who you encounter with some positive words and conversation, some kind
> words and acts.    
>  
> Instead of thinking about someone who hurt you or someone
> you do not like, substitute positive thoughts and images of people or pets you
> love, who are happy and make you happy. If you are thinking about a negative
> and painful event or place, then substitute images of beautiful places and
> happy memories. Smile and hold these positive thoughts and images for awhile.   Alternatively, call a friend or family member
> and chat with them. Fully engage with people and pets. Get into nature and
> breathe nature deeply into your lungs, smile and enjoy the beauty of nature.
> Smile gently. Life is good.  
>  
> Center, ground and
> focus
>  
> Sit
> comfortably. Focus on an object or symbol with your eyes open. Now, close your
> eyes and visualize that symbol in the middle of the inner screen in your
> forehead. Whenever a thought comes into your head, re-focus more intensely on
> the object or symbol.  Negative thoughts
> and a negative inner voice come from the back and sides of the head. This
> exercise helps you develop focus.
> Focus
> comes from the middle of your forehead. The middle of your forehead is the seat
> of your will and intent. Positive thoughts are focused thoughts. They are
> thoughts related to the details of positive things such as errands, work,
> studies and process. Through centering, grounding and focus, you can stop the
> negative inner voice and negative thoughts, .worried and angry thoughts and critical
> and judgmental thoughts about self and others. Through centering, grounding and
> focus, you can stop obsessive thoughts and ruminations. Distract and substitute
> or go to no thoughts. To do this, we must build up our abilities to be mindful
> and our will intent. We can then apply our will and intent to control our
> thoughts and to shift from negative to positive. 
> For grounding,
> sit comfortably with your eyes closed and your feet firmly planted on the
> ground. Take off your shoes. Visualize that roots or laser beams shoot out from
> your feet and into the earth, going all the way to the center of the earth.
> Visualize that they anchor you firmly to the earth. Now, with your eyes closed,
> focus your attention on the middle of your forehead and sit straight. Posture
> is important. Negative thoughts and a negative inner voice come in when we are
> un-focused and slouching. So, when you walk or sit hold yourself erect and
> center yourself in the middle of your forehead and in your heart or body
> center. .
> Visualize
> a big white sun where your heart is located. Close your eyes and put your hand
> over your heart and shift your consciousness and energy to that spot.
> Alternatively, visualize an orb of white light above your head and below your
> feet and visualize that a beam of white light shoots out from the orbs and the
> light beams meet at the center of your body.  With respect to centering in the middle of your forehead, put your
> fingers on your forehead and shift your energy and consciousness there. Center
> and focus. To fortify your ability to center and focus, do directed or seed
> mediation set forth above.
> Negative
> thoughts and a negative inner voice come from the sides and back of the head.
> Therefore, centering your energy and consciousness in the middle of your
> forehead is important to still the negative thoughts and negative inner voice.
> Be mindful of negative thoughts and a negative inner voice. When they come,
> switch to positive thoughts and images, positive affirmations, deep breathing
> exercises, centering yourself and staying focused in the moment. Live in the
> moment and your senses and not in your thoughts. Thoughts tend to always go
> negative when we live in them. Stop angry thoughts about the painful past or
> worried thoughts about the future especially. Just Be.
> Positive affirmations, higher self and inner
> child meditation/visualizations
> Negative
> thoughts come from rigid, narrow and negative beliefs. These beliefs lead to
> negative thoughts and emotions. They lead to agitation and conflict, because we
> live in a world of infinite possibilities and explanations. So, negative and
> rigid beliefs lead us to take hard positions, which often conflict with reality
> and the opinions of others.
> Positive
> thoughts come from positive beliefs and an open mind and heart. A positive
> inner voice will come when you cultivate inner peace, kindness, patience and
> happiness. Positive thinking requires us to love and honor ourselves and others
> and be kind to ourselves and others. This requires us to get rid of the judgmental
> and critical inner voice.
> To
> cultivate a kind and positive inner voice, we need to stop beating ourselves up
> about the past. We need to let go of the painful past. The past is over and
> cannot be changed. To cultivate a kind and positive inner voice, we can change
> the future by changing ourselves in the now. This requires us to forgive
> ourselves and others for the past and let go of and detach from the past. We do
> this so we can move forward in a positive and happy state of mind.
> An
> important aspect of positive thinking is to develop positive beliefs about
> ourselves. Positive affirmations are an essential way to do this. Positive
> affirmations include the words “I am” and an adjective. For example, we say
> over and over to ourselves “I am happy, peaceful and serene. I am love, loved
> and lovable. I am perfect just the way I am.” There are many other positive
> affirmations.  See YouTube for positive
> affirmation exercises.
> Higher
> self and inner child visualization and meditation exercises will help build up
> your inner power, self confidence, self esteem and happiness.  This is important to do to achieve a positive
> inner voice.
> To do
> this, you must connect and integrate with your higher self (i.e., your soul)
> and inner child. Your higher self/soul is all loving, happy, holy and peaceful.
> Your inner child is full of happiness, wonder, energy and fun. When we are
> fully connected to and integrated with our higher self and inner child, we feel
> happy, peaceful, complete and confident. We have high self esteem, a lot of
> energy and we enjoy life.
> In
> meditation, visualize a pure white angel that looks just like you (but is
> happy, peaceful and full of love and white light). See an energy cord connect
> you to that angel from your heart. Visualize that angel (your higher self) now
> merge with you. Visualize you as a child playing and having fun. See an energy
> cord connect you to that child from your heart. Visualize that child (your
> inner child) now merge with you. Visualize that you hug that child and tell him
> or her that he or she is safe and to just have fun. Take a pillow and visualize
> that pillow is you as a child and hug it. Tell the inner child you love him or
> her. Now, become the loving inner parent to our inner child.  Indulge your inner child everyday by allowing
> yourself to have fun and do things that make you happy.
> Heart-melt exercise
> Negative
> thoughts, negative thought patters and a negative inner voice come from past
> traumas and stress that we hold onto. Traumas and stress often cause a hard
> energetic shell to form around the heart (or heart chakra). This is done to
> protect us from ongoing emotional injury in a “cruel world.” This then empowers
> our ego to govern self, leading to negativity. For positive thinking, we must
> melt this hard energetic shell around the heart. In meditation, close your eyes
> and visualize a hard gray shell around your heart. Visualize a white light orb
> above or in front of you. Visualize that this white light orb shoots out laser
> beams that blast the hard gray shell around your heart. Visualize the hard
> shell melt and your heart become pink, open, soft and vital. 
> Now do some white light meditation
> to restore your connection with soul and spirit. Sit comfortably or lie down.
> Close your eyes and focus on your breath. Get relaxed. Visualize a bright white
> sun where your heart is and later visualize this bright white sun in front of
> you.  Visualize that this bright white
> sun radiates bright white light in your entire body and head. Visualize that
> the white light fills up your entire body and head and creates an intact white
> aura all around you.
>  
> Clasp your hands together and
> visualize this white light goes out three to six inches to a foot from you. Now
> hold the visualized white light there with the intention of raising your
> vibrations. Visualized white light cleanses and heals the energy body and
> raises one’s vibrations.  Take a few
> seconds each day to visualize that you are filled up with white light and that
> an intact shell of white light surrounds you. This will help protect you from negative
> energy.
>  
> Over time, these exercises will
> work to connect you with soul and spirit. This will enable you to cultivate an
> ongoing feeling of love/peace, happiness and joy. This state of being will
> automatically cause your ego to be subordinated to your soul in governance of
> self. The result will be more positive thoughts. You will then substitute inner
> power, high self confidence and high self esteem for ego.  
>  
> Meditation/visualizations to get rid of
> negativity:
> Negative thoughts, negative
> thought patters and a negative inner voice often come from negative energy that
> is stored in us at the cellular level. This stored negative energy often comes
> from stress and trauma from the past, especially from childhood. We hold onto
> these negative and painful events at the cellular level, in the subconscious
> mind. They are often responsible for changing our beliefs from (a) fluid, open
> and positive to (b) negative and rigid. Because of traumas and stress
> (especially childhood ones), we harden our hearts and believe the world is a
> dangerous place. Our ego and ego-centric thoughts step up to protect us.
> Instead, they only bring us negativity and unhappiness.
>  
> So, we must burn off the negative
> energy that holds these painful memories at the cellular level and in the subconscious
> mind. A good way to do this is to raise your body’s vibrations through the
> violet flame exercise. Sit comfortably. Close your eyes and focus on your
> breath. Get relaxed. Hold your hands open in a position of receiving from the
> Universe. Visualize a violet flame in front of you, like a campfire flame.
> Invite that flame into your body and feel it fill your body up from your belly
> to your throat. Feel it raise your vibrations as it burns off low vibration
> negative energy in you. Put citrine (high vibration crystal) over your heart or
> hold citrine in your left hand when you do this exercise. Citrine will help
> raise your vibrations. This will help burn off subconscious memories. So, you
> do not even have to bring these memories to the surface to get rid of their
> negative effect on you.
>  
> Here is an exercise to get rid of
> stored anger, fear, anxiety and painful and negative memories: Visualize the
> image of the painful event from the past or the image that worries you about
> the future. Close your eyes and visualize this image in a glass ball that
> hovers a few feet in front of you. Put your hands on this visualized ball and
> push it with force deep into the ground. Hear and feel the energy cords that
> attach you to the image snap and fall away. Do this over and over until the
> image no longer has an energetic grip on you and all related anger and fear
> melt away. As you push the ball deep into the ground say the following to
> yourself: “Into the ground, into the core go away, melt away, gone. Visualize a
> bright white sun where your heart is and later visualize this bright white sun
> in front of you.  Visualize that this
> bright white sun radiates bright white light in your entire body and head.
> Visualize that the white light fills up your entire body and head and creates
> an intact white aura all around you.
>  
> Clasp your hands together and
> visualize that your heart is a sun of white light. Visualize that you send
> white light from your heart through your body Visualize that this white light
> goes out three to six inches to a foot from you. Now hold the visualized white
> light there with the intention of raising your vibrations. Visualized white
> light cleanses and heals the energy body and raises one’s vibrations. This will
> help burn off stored negative energy.  
>  
> Alpha, beta, delta
> and theta brain wave entrainment
>  
> These exercises can be found on YouTube. They provide sound
> therapy that will help bring brain waves and brain chemistry back to
> normal.  This will help when it comes to
> positive thinking.
>  
> Cutting energy cords
>  
> The ego spins out energy attachments to people, things,
> substances and beliefs to fill a void. These energy attachments lead to
> unbalanced thoughts, obsessions, ruminations, lusts and addictions. As we build
> up the white light within and connect and integrate with higher self and inner
> child, the void disappears and we will not spin out these energy cords very
> much.  In order to substantially reduce
> ruminations and obsessions and establish balance, it is important to cut energy
> cords. Energy cords should be cut with anyone or anything you have obsessive
> and ruminating thoughts about or ongoing negative thoughts about. This will
> help you achieve positive thinking and maintain inner peace, happiness and
> balance.  So, to cut energy cords, do the
> following: Sit down and close your eyes. Visualize the energy cords that attach
> you to people, things, substances, ideas and beliefs that cause unbalanced or
> obsessive thoughts and addictions. Visualize them as cords connected to your
> heart and torso. With your weak hand visualize that you grab the cords. Then
> with your strong hand visualize that you cut them and sever them from you with
> a visualized knife or scissors.  Visualize that the energy cords fall away.    
>  
> _____________________________
> Michael
> E. Goldberg is a Reiki master and the author of The Road to Healing, Good Health and Wellness available at
> amazon.com, kindle and barnes and noble.com, The Road to Happiness available for free at www.theroad2happiness.com and the
> Facebook Page The Road to Happiness and End
> of Mood Disorders available at amazon.com
>  
>
>
> ________________________________
> From: Peter <peter6264@...>
> To: AlternativeAnswers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 1:39 PM
> Subject: [AlternativeAnswers] 10-plus Recommendations for Staying Healthy in Chaotic Times
>
>
>  
> 10-plus Recommendations for Staying Healthy in Chaotic Times
>
> By Peter Farley www.4truthseekers.org
>
> While the basic 10 recommendations are still valid for right now and for
> the future in order to stay healthy, some extra elements have come up
> that will also asists one to remian 'healthier' than most in these times
> of turbulent energetic changes.
>
> Here are the original 10 from more than a year ago. The new additions
> can be found in the text and at the end of them . . .
>
> Guidance has 10 recommendations to help pretty much all the people in
> the chaotic times we are now experiencing, and the worse ones to come.
> It is recommended that more research as to how the individual reacts to
> each one of these and how they should use them as part of their own
> regimen of health.
>
> Not knowing specifically yet what diseases, viruses, health-challenges
> each of us shall face individually or as a species during the coming
> years, the Spiritual Hierarchy are offering these not simply as dietary
> additions, but rather to be taken seriously as foods and methods that
> WILL come in handy in fighting off specific medical challenges now and
> in the very near future. Many seem specifically addressed at the ongoing
> effects of the chemtrails and viruses being touted as the 'flu'.
>
> · California Poppy (Eschscholtzia californica)
>
> California Poppy is a relative of Opium poppy but contains no opiate
> alkaloids, and is not addictive. It has been used to help calm nerves,
> aid insomnia, reduce anxiety and relieve pain. It is considered to be an
> anti-anxiety sedative and has been shown to positively affect attention
> deficit disorder. It can be smoked or used in a tea and has a mild
> relaxing and sedative effect.
>
> Part Used: Dried aerial parts. Constituents: Alkaloids; flavone
> glycosides. Actions: Nervine, hypnotic, anti-spasmodic, anodyne.
>
> Indications: Californian Poppy has the reputation of being a
> non-addictive alternative to the Opium Poppy, though it is less
> powerful. It has been used as a sedative and hypnotic for children,
> where there is over-excitability and sleeplessness. It can be used
> wherever an anti-spasmodic remedy is required.
>
> Preparations & Dosage: Infusion: pour a cup of boiling water onto l-2
> teaspoonfuls of the dried herb and leave to infuse for l0 minutes. A cup
> should be drunk at night to promote restful sleep. Tincture: take l-4 ml
> of the tincture at night.
>
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>
> · Pure Tahitian vanilla (used to be available at Trader Joe's
> inexpensively)
>
> Traditional uses of vanilla have included its use as an aphrodisiac,
> carminative, antipyretic, and stimulant. Very little research has been
> done on its health properties, however, Guidance recommends that its use
> will be mainly as an antipyretic.
>
> Antipyretics are drugs that prevent or reduce fever by lowering the body
> temperature from a raised state. However, they will not affect the
> normal body temperature if one does not have fever.
>
> Antipyretics cause the hypothalamus to override an interleukin-induced
> increase in temperature. The body will then work to lower the
> temperature and the result is a reduction in fever.
>
> Most are also used for other purposes. For example, the most common
> antipyretics in the United States are aspirin and acetaminophen, which
> are used primarily as pain relievers.
>
> Remembering that my mother used to clean out the fridge etc with
> vanilla, further research suggests vanilla's ability to deal with all
> types of fungal infections, particularly in the nostrils and other
> sensitive parts of the body.
>
> · Taro root, also known as "dasheen", "eddo" and "kalo" (now widely
> available in US supermarkets or by special ordering). Warning: Always
> cook it before using.
>
> Taro root is cultivated in many areas of the world including West
> Africa, Asia, Central America, South America and the Caribbean and
> Polynesian islands. A staple among many of the people who reside in
> these geographic regions, taro root is most well-known as the ingredient
> of the
> Hawaiian dish "poi", which is made from steaming or boiling the taro
> root then mashing it into a paste. Because of the taro root's popularity
> with the early civilizations that inhabited Hawaii, more than 350
> varieties of taro root were previously grown on the islands. However,
> today that number has dwindled down to seven to twelve varieties.
>
> Taro root is a starchy tuber vegetable that looks like, and can be used
> similar to, a potato. It does, however, have a hairy outer coating on
> its surface that is similar to the coating on a coconut. Because of
> this, when preparing to use a taro root, the root's outer skin must
> first be removed. This procedure is easy to do. However, some
> individual's can acquire a skin irritation towards the juices that are
> secreted by the taro root as its skin is being removed. Therefore, to be
> on the safe side, when peeling a taro root's skin, use protective rubber
> gloves. Additionally, because taro root can be toxic in its raw state,
> always cook it before using.
>
> A taro root can be grown on both dry and wet land, as in a bog. The type
> of taro root that is used to grow in wet lands can also grow on dry
> land. This is not the case, however, with the type of taro root that is
> cultivated to grow specifically on dry land. This dry land taro root
> typically has a dark purple skin and white roots. Additionally, it
> contains a moist flesh inside. Although
> taro roots are grown year round, they are typically harvested in the
> fall. This is because they reach their peak in maturity then.
>
> Taro roots can be used as an alternative to potatoes. They do, however,
> have somewhat of a nut-like flavor when cooked. Common uses for taro
> roots include frying, baking, roasting, boiling, or steaming them as an
> accompaniment to meat dishes. They are also often used in soups or
> stews. Additionally, vegetarians have found the cooked taro root to be a
> delicious addition to meals such as antipasto salads that include
> endives, peppers, tomatoes, chicory, and fresh herbs. Another reason
> that the taro root has gained in popularity for cooking
> purposes is because its starch is easily digestible. Additionally, taro
> roots are extremely nutritious as they provide a good source of fiber,
> contain a high amount of protein, calcium, and phosphorus, and supply
> approximately 95 calories per adult serving.
>
> To determine whether a taro root is suitable for use, make sure that the
> root is firm to the touch, and has hairy roots. Once you have selected
> your roots, you can store them in your home for up to one week provided
> that the roots are stored in a cool and dry location, preferably at
> approximately 50ºF. Additionally, when storing taro roots, make sure
> that the roots do not dry out.
>
> Besides purchasing taro root in its natural state to use for cooking
> purposes, many manufacturers have developed food products that
> incorporate the use of taro root as an ingredient. These include the
> following: taro chips, which are similar to potato chips, cookies, and
> vegetarian taro burgers. All these items are available for immediate
> consumption.
>
> IF . . . one finds taro too difficult to deal with one should also take
> a look at tapioca root or turnips as a suitable alternative.
>
> · Crystal Healing
>
> Crystal Healing is the therapeutic application of crystals to the whole
> body system to effect a gentle yet transformative change. The color
> frequencies of light contained within the crystals assist in activating
> the chakras, which allows blockages in your body's energy to be cleared.
> This process allows emotional wounds and trauma to be healed as fear and
> hurt dissolve and a state of peace is achieved.
>
> · Sea Salt
>
> Sea Salt gets its color from the 100+ trace minerals missing from
> today's diet and is a healthier natural alternative to Table Salt.
> Natural Salt is dried from the sun and wind only and harvested by hand.
> Most Sea Salt is only about 84% sodium chloride, and it's in its natural
> form in balance with important minerals. Sea Salt has magnesium so
> excess sodium is actually removed from the body when the body is done
> using it. (Eat salt to rid your body of salt!) Real Sea Salt is an
> important part of life and is actually good for us. It enhances the
> nutrition of the food we eat, even fresh vegetables and fruit. It is
> alive. It wakes up our taste buds and enhances our body. Plus it tastes
> so much better! People who eat (sea) salt live longer too!
>
> Salt is a critical part of our life and health. We need salt, so cutting
> salt out of our diets is not the right approach. Salt is in our sweat
> and tears and it's in our blood and bones, literally. In our bodies,
> salt:
>
> -in proper proportion to water, regulates and normalizes blood pressure.
>
> -stabilizes irregular heartbeats.
>
> -helps to balance blood sugar levels.
>
> -helps us maintain energy levels.
>
> -in combination with other essential minerals, sodium helps regulate
> metabolism.
>
> -helps remove acidity from our cells and is a strong alkalinizer.
>
> -helps our body absorb nutrients.
>
> -enables the liver and kidneys and adrenal glands to function properly.
>
> -helps maintain the electrolyte balance inside and outside of cells and
> helps the cells communicate and function properly.
>
> -helps prevent muscle cramps, dizziness, exhaustion and convulsions.
>
> -supports life like water and air support life
>
> -helps flush mucus and congestion.
>
> -helps control saliva (otherwise saliva would pour right out of our
> mouths while we sleep. Wait, you know someone like that? Which, by the
> way, if you are a salivator, it's highly likely you are not drinking
> enough water either! When you don't get enough water you saliva glands
> work in overdrive to lubricate your insides and this can, in turn, get
> this, lead to a double chin because the glands are so overactive! So
> DRINK UP!) Salt works with water to
> help rehydrate us!
>
> Salt helps make strong bones and bodies.
>
> Salt helps brain cells function properly.
>
> Salt can help regulate sleep and can help us get a good night's sleep.
>
> Salt is a natural antihistamine and can help relieve allergies.
>
> Salt is necessary for proper digestion and works to eliminate digestive
> problems.
>
> Salt helps build a strong immune system and prevent disease and health
> problems (like gout, spider veins, and more) and can help our bodies
> heal (from surgery, sickness, burns, mental disorders, depression, etc.)
> and stay healthy.
>
> Salt is a necessary part of good health.
>
> Our bodies are like the earth and like the oceans. Creatures living in
> natural ocean water would die in a mixture of Table Salt and water
> because it is chemically different from true Salt. Our bodies are made
> up of water and salt in the right proportion with a mixture of minerals,
> all in
> balance. We are created and grow in a salty (amniotic) fluid. It doesn't
> make sense to strip away the very essence of life from the salt and then
> add synthetically made minerals back. We need real natural salt in
> perfect balance to survive. We must replenish our bodies with pure salt
> and pure water daily to stay healthy. We need the balance of minerals in
> real natural sea salt to
> maintain optimal health.
>
> Recommended reading: Your Body's Many Cries for Water
> http://www.watercure.com/ <http://www.watercure.com/>
> <http://www.watercure.com/ <http://www.watercure.com/> >
>
> · Coconut Milk
>
> Coconut has recently been reported to reduce the viral load of HIV. It
> began in September, 1996 when a PWA, Chris D. of Cloverdale, Indiana,
> prepaid his funeral, stopped all treatments and supplements and decided
> to take his last vacation in the jungles of South America. His HIV viral
> load was over 600,000, CD4 count was at ten and CD8 was 300. Around
> October 14, 1996, he began eating daily a dish of cooked coconut
> prepared by the local Indians. By December 27, 1996, upon returning
> home, his viral load was at non-detectable levels and he had gained 32
> pounds and was feeling great. He then had a friend who began to eat 1/2
> of a cooked coconut each day. In 4 weeks his viral load dropped from
> 900,000 to 350,000 and in another four weeks after adding Crixivan alone
> it became non-detectable. The Indians in Surinam eat cooked coconut
> every morning to help prevent illness.
>
> Coconut oil contains lauric acid which is converted by the body into
> monolaurin. The action attributed to monolaurin is that of solubilizing
> the lipids, in the envelope of the virus, causing the disintegration of
> the virus envelope. Mary Enig, MS (Nutritional Sciences), Ph.D., has
> done extensive research on trans-fatty acids. She wrote that some of the
> pathogens inactivated
> by monolaurin include HIV, measles, herpes simplex virus,
> cytomegalovirus (CMV), influenza virus and pneumonovirus, as wellas
> several bacteria. Lark Lands, Ph.D. reports in her upcoming book
> "Positively Well" that, in India, coconut oil is fed to calves to treat
> cryptosporidium. Mark Konlee in Positive Health News (Report No. 14)
> reports on coconut products and lauric acid research as well as how it
> has been reported to resolve neuropathy in a few instances.
>
> Dr. Enig suggests a rich lauric acid diet would contain about 24 grams
> of lauric acid daily for the average adult. This is based on her
> calculations on the amount of lauric acid found in human mother's milk.
> The daily amount (24 grams) could be found in about 3.5 tablespoons of
> coconut oil or 10 ounces of pure coconut milk. About 7 ounces of raw
> coconut daily would contain 24 grams of lauric acid.
>
> In his report Mark Konlee gives ideas on how to use raw coconut, coconut
> milk or oil. If you are allergic to coconuts, you may use coconut oil.
> The allergy is caused by proteins in the coconut, not the oil. He also
> describes other uses for coconut oil such as for skin rashes, fungal
> infections and plantar warts. Abram Hoffer MD in "The Facts About Fats"
> recommends using a certified organic coconut oil such as that
> distributed by Jarrow Formulas. It is made by Omega Nutrition,
> Bellingham, Washington, and is packaged in opaque containers.
>
> · Water Buffalo yogurt â€"
>
> From Woodstock, VT. Buffalo milk's health benefits include higher
> protein and calcium levels than cow's milk, not to mention lower
> cholesterol. (Commonly available at Whole Foods market)
>
> · A natural pH balancer â€"
>
> The Key to Great Health
>
> If the body's pH becomes acidic, it becomes harder and harder for the
> body to uptake other nutrients, such as minerals, vita-mins or herbs.
> The key is to establish the proper acid/alkaline balance of your body.*
> An acidic pH creates a hostile internal environment, like a raging
> storm, making the body struggle to get the nutrients it needs. The more
> acid you become, the worse you will most likely feel.
>
> As the body's pH comes into better balance (pH 6.4 to 7.0), it is like a
> sunny spring day; your body can easily assimilate minerals that were
> very difficult to absorb at a more acid pH. The first morning urine pH
> is an accurate reflection of the body's tissue pH. Obtain a roll of pH
> tape to measure your own first morning urine pH.
>
> Up to 10 to 20 Times More Oxygen
>
> In an alkaline environment, you have abundant oxygen. As the pH of the
> urine drops, less and less oxygen is available to the tissues. Small
> changes of 1/10 to 2/10 in pH can mean 10 to 20 times more oxygen
> availability. Both doctors and patients report many health-benefiting
> results such as greater flexibility, easier breathing, faster running
> times, clearer mental thinking, sound sleep, etc.* ) 238-0610 · (800)
> 370-3447 · fax (512) 238-
>
> Inner Light has a wonderful pH (or acidity) balancer.
>
> · Irish Moss
>
> Irish Moss is also known by the names Pearl Moss and Carrageenan. This
> plant is found on the Atlantic coast of both Europe and North America.
> Irish Moss is a seaweed that was used by the Irish during the famine of
> the 19th century. During the potato famine of 19th century Ireland,
> Irish moss saved thousands of people from starvation. It was once used
> as a mattress stuffing, as cattle feed, and as a thickener for colored
> inks used in printing. The entire plant has been used medicinally.
> Traditionally, use of Irish Moss was in respiratory illnesses where it
> was often the core of prescriptions to treat irritating coughs,
> bronchitis, and many other lung problems. It has been used in digestive
> conditions where a demulcent is called for, such as gastritis,
> ulceration of the stomach, and duodenum. This herb's soothing activity
> has also been useful for inflammations of the urinary system. It has
> also been used as a food in maintenance diets for diabetes patients. The
> primary role of this herb was in speeding recuperation from debilitating
> illness, especially tuberculosis & pneumonia.
>
> Herbs such as Irish Moss and other tonic nutritive remedies have much to
> offer in facilitating proper recovery of health. The primary chemical
> constituents of Irish Moss include protein, polysaccharides, iodine,
> bromine, mucilage, carrageenans, beta carotene, and vitamin B-1. The
> extract of this plant consists of sulphated, straight chain galactans.
> Of these, there are two different types: a gelling fraction known as
> k-carrageenan, and a non-gelling fraction known as
> l-carrageenan. They are both composed of o-galactose and
> 3,6-anhydrogalactose residues with a high proportion of sulphate esters,
> but are differentiated by the relative proportions and the number, type
> and position of the sulphate esters. There is a variety of grades of
> different molecular weight, including a food grade which has a molecular
> weight of about 100,000 to 500,000.
>
> Recent animal research has shown Irish Moss to exhibit an anti-viral
> property against influenza B and the mumps viruses. This research
> supports the traditional use of Irish Moss in such conditions. Studies
> have also confirmed the herb's value in treating ulcers, and to use it
> as an anti-coagulant. The mucilage present in Irish Moss is used in
> large quantities by the food industry to make jellies and as a smooth
> binder (adds texture and stability to ice cream, whipped cream,
> puddings, soups, and salad dressings). It has also been used as a
> thickening agent in cosmetics, and used in lotions as a skin softener
> and to prevent premature wrinkling.
>
> Take two (2) capsules, two (2) times each day with water at mealtimes.
>
> Warning: Because Irish Moss has some blood thinning properties, people
> taking anti-coagulating medications should avoid using this product.
> Long-term use, however, can decrease stomach acid and thus interfere
> with digestion.
>
> Irish moss also contains many vitamins and trace minerals, including
> iodine, bromine, beta-carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese,
> phosphorus, potassium, selenium and zinc, pectin, B vitamins and vitamin
> C. It contains antiviral and antibacterial factors. Thus, those
> recovering from operations or illness will find it beneficial during
> recuperation. The
> Holistic-online.com Web site states that traditionally, "The primary
> role of this herb was in speeding recuperation from debilitating
> illness, especially T.B. and pneumonia."
>
> Typical preparations come as tea, tincture or tablets made from the
> whole dried plant, usually in combination with other herbs.
>
> Resources:http://www.herbs2000.com/miss/carbohydrates.htm#Gums
> <http://www.herbs2000.com/miss/carbohydrates.htm#Gums>
> http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/learn/irish_moss.php
> <http://www.mountainroseherbs.com/learn/irish_moss.php>
>
> · Apple pectin
>
> Apple pectin helps remove radiation from the system it is available in
> bottles at most health food stores, flavored or unflavored. If one
> wishes simply to consume a lot of apples or raw, unfiltered apple juice,
> these are also viable alternatives.
>
> Apple Pectin is a source of water soluble fiber which has a gel-forming
> effect when mixed with water. As a dietary fiber, Apple Pectin is
> helpful in maintaining good digestive health. Pectin is defined as any
> of a group of white, amorphous, complex carbohydrates that occurs in
> ripe fruits and certain vegetables. Fruits rich in Pectin are the peach,
> apple, currant, and plum.
> Protopectin, present in unripe fruits, is converted to Pectin as the
> fruit ripens. Pectin forms a colloidal solution in water and gels on
> cooling. When fruits are cooked with the correct amount of sugar, and
> when the acidity is optimum and the amount of Pectin present is
> sufficient, jams and jellies can be made. In overripe fruits, the Pectin
> becomes pectic acid, which does not form
> jelly with sugar solutions. An indigestible, soluble fiber, Pectin is a
> general intestinal regulator that is used in many medicinal
> preparations, especially as an anti-diarrhea agent. Our ancestors
> believed that old proverb "An apple a day keeps the doctor away". Today,
> nutritional scientists research for evidences that verify how Apples are
> good for our health. Apples are rich in pectin, a soluble fiber, which
> is effective in lowering cholesterol levels. Apples work in any form
> (raw fruit or powder or juice) to maintain good cardiovascular health.
> Researchers at the University of California, Davis, found that Apple
> Pectin acts as an antioxidant against the damaging portion of
> cholesterol in the blood stream. Many researchers suggest that people
> who eat fatty foods should, if possible, wash down this food with apple
> juice rather than the usual drink.
>
> Researchers have found that raw Apples are the richest of fruits in
> pectin, with the Jonagold variety of Apple leading other varieties. A
> diet of low fiber, high fat, and animal protein appears to be the
> leading cause of death in many people. It has been established that a
> diet rich in Apple Pectin can protect against these diseases. Research
> in Japan has found that Apple Pectin can also decrease the chances of
> colon cancer. Apple Pectin helps maintain intestinal balance by
> cleansing the intestinal tract with its soluble and insoluble fibers.
> Apple Pectin tends to increase acidity in the large intestines, and is
> advocated for those suffering from ulcer or colitis, and for regulating
> blood pressure. Pectin is also effective in causing regressions in, and
> preventing, gallstones. There is also evidence that the regular use of
> Apple Pectin may lessen the severity of diabetes. Along these lines, it
> has been suggested that fiber-depleted diets actually help cause
> diabetes mellitus. Other studies have shown that the regular consumption
> of Apple Pectin could lead to permanent reductions in insulin
> requirements (to prevent the possibility of insulin overdose, diabetics
> should make their physician aware of the dietary change).
>
> · H2O2 Hydrogen Peroxide ( H2O2 ) Therapy
>
> Hydrogen peroxide therapy, as well as other oxygen-based treatments, is
> rapidly gaining in popularity within the alternative medicine community.
> Mounting evidence suggests that H2O2 properly utilized holistically
> effects the body; it acts as a catalyst for various needed body
> processes as well as directly reducing anaerobic bacterial infections.
> H2O2 oxidizes body waste products and diseased tissue. It has been shown
> to dissolve calcium and cholesterol deposits
> in the body, and it stimulates peroxidase production. Oxygen content in
> the blood and tissues increases with oral and IV use, and hydrogen
> peroxide stimulates the body's enzyme systems as well. Even so, the
> effects of hydrogen peroxide in the body are wide, varied and still not
> completely understood.
>
> One of the greatest benefits of using Hydrogen Peroxide for therapy is
> that it falls in the natural treatments category. H2O2 breaks down as
> H2O (water) + O-, completely nontoxic. Hydrogen Peroxide is not a
> foreign agent introduced into the body. In fact, H2O2 is produced within
> the
> body in cellular and other key metabolic reactions.
>
> The greatest concern with use is the powerful oxidation which results in
> the explosive liberation of the extra oxygen molecule. This effect can
> be safely managed by varying the H2O2 concentration in any solution
> used. However, not everyone is in agreement that hydrogen peroxide
> therapy is safe, even when the H2O2 is used small amounts, when used
> orally. Opponents of hydrogen peroxide therapy claim that usage results
> in organ and tissue damage. They believe that using H2O2 increases any
> and all conditions associated with free radicals in the body. Delving
> into this subject, at present, is outside the scope of our work. If one
> is unfamiliar with H2O2 use, then the best suggestion is to research
> both sides of the issue thoroughly before using it internally.
>
> For internal use, a USP "food grade" 35% hydrogen peroxide is
> recommended, although ALL caution MUST be used when handling H2O2 in
> concentrations above 11% ( a link to an affordable source is available
> on the colloidal silver products page ). For external use, a standard 3%
> store purchased solution is fine, and in reality there is no direct
> evidence that the commonly sold 3% solution cannot be used orally.
> Please remember that a 35% H2O2 solution is HIGHLY caustic and should be
> stored in a safe freezer, clearly labeled and out of the reach of
> children.
>
> Other Suggestions:
> *Kelp - Kelp / Seaweed
> Contains chlorophyll.
> Contains naturally chelated minerals.
> Contains the only rich natural source of vegetable Vitamin D.
> Contains 25 vitamins including Folic Acid, Vitamins A, B12 and D, often
> lacking in vegetarian diets.
> Contains sodium alginate, which actively helps remove radioactive
> elements and heavy metals from the body.
> Contains sterols, which are reported to exhibit
> anti-hypercholesterolemic activity, as has B-Sitosterol in humans.
>
> Kelp uniquely tops the list for the following nutrients: calcium,
> potassium, magnesium, iron, iodine, and is also very high in sulfur.
> (Heritage F, Composition and Facts About Food, Health Research, 1971)
>
> Seawater and human blood are almost identical in chemical constituency.
> No fewer than 92 different mineral elements have been found in seaweeds,
> including some elements which we require only in trace amounts, but
> whose presence is nonetheless vital to our complete well-being. Seaweeds
> contain many times more minerals than land grown plants, as much as 50
> times more according to Dr W Black. (Black W, Proc Nutr Soc (Eng), 32,
> 1953) Since that was more than half a century ago, it is to expected
> that a land-grown plants are even less nutritious
> now.
>
> Addendum:
>
> Also one of the myths of health is that everybody should be and would be
> healthier as a vegetarian. This is not now true but will be increasingly
> true as the vibration of the planet and its people changes. The
> following is an excerpt from Mila's channeling on the coming ascension
> process included in my article Zero Point Time and the Healing of the
> Human Form:
>
> VEGETARIAN INTESTINAL TRACT
>
> Each species that consumes flesh is undergoing a parallel biological
> shift into vegetarianism in the coming generations. For the masses of
> humans, newborn children will enter the world with this tract in place,
> and it is anticipated that the parents of such offspring or those
> attending to them will have enough awareness not to feed the child
> flesh. Like us, you are probably already experiencing this shift in many
> of the young people these days. Too often though we are finding parents
> who have bought into the old paradigm of health that says that health
> can be generalized â€""this is supposed to be good for you . . . This
> is supposed to be bad for you . . ." Generalizations never have and
> never will work for people's health. As soon as I mention something is
> good or bad for a client, the very next client has exactly the opposite
> situation true. This attitude would only cause the child to enter the
> paradigm of destruction again, as the act of eating flesh causes the
> thought-form of destruction to remain in any ascending field.
>
> Our human Anunnaki predecessors ate of the blood of their slaves and the
> flesh of certain crustaceans in the ocean to sustain their embodiments
> up to 18,000 years in life span; and in so doing, fell into consumption
> thought-form. Although hinted at in Sitchin's work, the meat vs grain
> diet of the Annunaki shows up most prominently in the story of Cain and
> Abel. Slaughter through consumption leads to war; it also leads to
> disease. Disease became prevalent as an energetic war between the
> Annunaki and other alien races raged causing the Earth's grid work to
> move outside of her form, debilitating her embodiment---in so doing the
> grid work of the slaves (their Higher Self) also moved outside of the
> etheric form and into machinery that has been called "Disease
> Machinery".
>
> Our Higher Self, for most of us, is not in our bodies right now where it
> was always carried in our higher dimensional forms unless we have, along
> with the planet, already made the 5th dimensional transition of the
> ascension process - and soemtimes not even then. The machinery caused
> disease and a shorter lifespan for all slaves to become the norm. The
> Higher Self of many people is still trapped in the magnetic grid of the
> planet and the two are inextricably aligned.
> So the healing of one and the freeing of one will mean the potential
> freeing of many. This is why the New World Order sought to control most
> of the grid system of the planet. It also has much to do with OK City
> and the destruction of the twin WTC towers. Oklahoma, and in particular
> the Murrah Building Memorial Site lies on the Heart Chakra meridian of
> the North American continent. By controlling that site with the
> energy-harnessing Memorial that had been built there, those in power
> were once able to also harness the heart-energy of all those in every
> part of the continent. Indeed, the war that still rages between Humanity
> and the New World Order is all about Heart vs. Mind, the male patriarchy
> vs the female-led new paradigm. Control of the female heart aspect of
> Creation allows the darkside to control all the Creative processes. Much
> of the work we as Lightworkers have to do is to connect people up to
> their Higher Self while helping them release all those old thought-forms
> and emotional patterns which keep their Higher Self enslaved or trapped
> in this magnetic grid. The biggest problem here is that so many
> Lightworkers who have come here to help have bought into these
> thought-forms and emotional patterns and become stuck here. Think of
> someone trying to help a drowning or sinking person in the ocean or in
> quicksand also becoming trapped and going down with the intended
> rescuee.
> Be careful lest the rescuer also become the victim.
>
> It was not until the nuclear war on Earth created by the Annunaki, which
> included the destruction of such cities as the biblical Sodom and
> Gomorrah, that humans remaining upon the surface of the earth turned to
> slaughter and consumption of the animal kingdoms in order to survive.
> This has occurred twice in your human history. Over time and as the
> vegetation restored itself, the red race humans(Atlanteans and former
> Atlanteans) reverted to a vegetarian diet again ceasing to eat flesh.
> However, the white race related to the Annunaki and their slave
> populations continued to eat flesh from this point forward (30,000 years
> ago). Furthermore after the fall of Atlantis some 10,000 years ago (the
> Biblical Flood as explained in my book), all humans fell so low in
> consciousness and became so mechanical that all of humanity has retained
> it's meat-eating and consumption based habits ever since. It is only as
> one understands nature that ascending humans will build a bridge towards
> working in unity with all kingdoms upon earth. At this time and in the
> next 4-5 years, consumption karma shall be released by Earth upon a
> global scale. As this occurs, the false intervention and souls that have
> used consumption-based tactics to pull apart earth's field, grid work,
> libraries and moving energy systems apart into many falls in
> consciousness will cease to have any affect. To paraphrase Captain
> Picard on Star Trek, if we can make it so. One can understand in this
> that it is thought-form that causes any experience; transcend the
> thought-form and the experience changes. It is exactly the same with
> viruses that are, to best describe them, simply alien thought forms. For
> it is thought-form that calls the experience into one's dance of life.
> (Watch The Andromeda Strain â€"Michael Crichton's first novel/movie to
> get a better idea of ranges of existence). In the transcendence of
> consumption-based thought-form, earth will cease to be consumed. In so
> doing, she shall exit the dance of unconscious harm that has plagued
> her, particularly over the past 50,000 years of global history.
>
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>
>
>
>
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