Slippery Elm is an herb that is made from the inner bark of the Red Elm tree. Slippery Elm is one of the best herbs for treating all kinds of GI tract problems including gastric ulcers and intestinal problems. Slipper Elm creates a mucilaginous balm for the GI tract that is very healing, and Slippery Elm is also great for GI gas, gastric reflux, and heartburn. Plus Slippery Elm helps with constipation and it’s very…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 31, 2012 at 2:37pm — No Comments
Most of the time we think we have life together, thinking we have everything we need… yet there’s a nagging feeling that something’s missing.
Perhaps a motive is needed?
A motive keeps us on track when we stray.…Continue
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“It comes from saying no to 1,000 things to make sure we don’t get on the wrong track or try to do too much.” Steve Job
As a child is born it has a long road of learning in front of her. The interesting thing is, that a baby trusts her intuition. This bundle of joy goes with the flow. One of the things she learns in early stages is to shake her head during feeding. That means no, that it is enough for her or that she is not…Continue
Added by Renee Vos de Wael on January 31, 2012 at 2:30pm — No Comments
“One who is enough mobile, able to be fitted in any circumstance, and able to accept new or unknown things, communicative, and attaining self-knowledge who is advancing towards the aim of life –consciously, is enjoying the real life.” –MahaManas
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When the law of attraction first came into public awareness approximately 20 years ago, with the writings of Ester and Jerry Hicks and Rhonda Byrne, the thinking was that if you thought positive thoughts, you would attract positive things into your life. This notion was taken very seriously, to the point that many started consciously watching each thought and each word, lest it…Continue
Hedy Schliefer, a genius in the world of helping intimate relationships thrive, talks about each person being an “island.” This analogy works really well with clients, who say that thinking of themselves an island work really well when it comes to knowing how to understand themselves and their honey better.
Hedy says, for us to communicate effectively, we need to visit each other’s island, not shout from our island expecting the other person to have the same view. Or indeed make their…Continue
Plastic grocery bags and plastic water bottles – those disposable environmental nightmares – have become iconic in the current green revolution. Which is why plastic grocery bags are banned in many states, with many more on the way. Alas, single-use soda and water bottles are still ubiquitous. And even those of us who refuse to buy them, somehow seem to find ourselves in possession of the…Continue
Added by deZengo on January 30, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments
Red Root herb grows in temperate climates and makes a great tea, in fact during wartime it was used as a tea substitute. Plus it can be taken as tincture and also in capsules and it works great for asthma, bronchiole diseases, and coughs too. The root is very astringent making it a good mouthwash for oral ulcers. Also works well for improving lymphatic circulation and thus helps with edema… and problems related to the…Continue
Anyone who awakens his heart… marches to a different drummer.
Anyone who opens his heart… fills his life with love.…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 30, 2012 at 9:44am — No Comments
The times they are a-changin’
by Riet Okken, psychologist of religion and astrologer
lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Matthew 28.20
At the beginning of this so famous Maya- year 2012 I like to look at the many apocalyptic fantasies that are going around now and also in earlier times. Where do these fantasies or fears are coming from? At certain times in…Continue
Added by Riet Okken on January 30, 2012 at 5:21am — No Comments
The Great Path
“The great path has no gates,
Thousands of roads enter it
when one passes through
this gateless gate
He walks freely
between heaven and…Continue
Added by M. Gatlianne on January 30, 2012 at 12:12am — No Comments
Something quite amazing happened to my daughter and I over 13 years ago last April, something that “stuck” and forever changed the way I perceive any given circumstance. It was a little thing really, but it changed my perspective so dramatically that I can never go back to the old consciousness I once had.
My then seven-year old daughter got off the school bus, and…Continue
Added by Patricia Merker on January 28, 2012 at 5:16pm — No Comments
Asthma Weed comes from Australia and has many beneficial healing abilities.
Asthma Weed’s white sap applied to warts makes them drop off in a couple of days… and if you grind up the leaves and place the paste on boils and any kind of swelling it disappears in no time. Plus Asthma Weed can help heal skin wounds and stops bleeding of…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 27, 2012 at 9:56am — No Comments
If you do good you are revered
If you do bad you are chastised
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 27, 2012 at 9:30am — No Comments
Chayote has lots of health benefits! Chayote is a veggie that’s oblong, green or white in color, and grows in the tropics and can be found in markets all over the world now. It’s low in calories making it great for losing weight, full of copper, which is great for your thyroid, and zinc with is very important for a healthy immune system. Chayote contains lots of B vitamins too… especially B6 which is important for…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 26, 2012 at 9:12am — No Comments
So many people become obsessed with the importance of wealth.
So much so that they build walls that keep people from entering their heart.
Walls that keep love from thriving and nurturing their soul.
And at the same time they go kicking and screaming when their time is up on this planet.
Might it be more important to be obsessed with love?
Walling out all distractions to sharing love and nurturing the…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 26, 2012 at 9:11am — No Comments
« Understanding » is the third segue in the series that I have written as a means of combining earlier compositions into a conceptual piece of nearly one hour in duration.
Each of the miniature musical junctions emphasizes a particular lesson that was learned over the course of a demanding quest, proving essential to the success of the endeavour. In the case of « Understanding, » the acquired knowledge concerns what I refer to as the redirection…Continue
Added by deZengo on January 25, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
CENTRE THE TRUTH ABOUT EVERYTHING
by Brian Taylor
The Buddha’s intention was never academic but purely practical, in the sense of understanding quite basic ideas (dhammas) and putting them into practice in order to gain specific results in this lifetime. That still ought to be so today. But, over the centuries, this hasn’t always been the case, particularly…Continue
Added by Linden Brough on January 25, 2012 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Everyday you make the decison whether to be happy or unhappy. It is a choice. Perhaps the phone rings before you wake-up, setting your temper into motion. You're already apprehensive about a problem that is facing you for the day, so the noise and invastion of the phone brings out negative feelings that gets your day off to a bad start. What makes the situation worse is that you have experienced this type of reaction for so long, getting into a happy mood is hard. You are actually going…Continue
Rattle is an herb that grows in temperate climates around the world. Rattle is a good vasodilator making it good for the lungs, and such problems as asthma and bronchitis. Also Rattle is good for high blood pressure and also for helping to heal liver and gallbladder disease… and soothing the GI tract. And Rattle is also some what sedative too and helps with insomnia and also with anxiety and depression. Rattle is also somewhat anti-inflammatory in action thus helping with arthritis, back…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on January 25, 2012 at 10:07am — No Comments