"The Whole Foods/Plant Based Diet -- Works"
Here I am after being on the Whole Foods/Plant Based Diet
for many many months -
I went to the gym this…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 30, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
The appeal of my inner winter
Last week I was waiting for my feminine cycle to start and I was doing my best to enjoy the end of my feminine autumn; at the same time I was really…Continue
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The appeal of the sea
On the just by gone May bank holiday weekend I flew to the Isle of Wight with my partner to have a day out at the seaside.…Continue
Lemon leaves contain linadol and limonene
which are great for stress and insomnia.
Makes a great tea and so much more.
Watch and Find…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 30, 2014 at 11:18am — No Comments
Use Your Rope of Wisdom
to Pull Yourself Up
Close to God
He is Waiting
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 30, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
That is the question! Is it possible that at the route of most physical, emotional and mental dis-ease and discomfort lay some form of judgment? When we hold onto any form of judgment toward ourselves or others, we create a constriction in our entire continence. Our bodies tighten, our thoughts become muddled with defense and our emotions bring forward dark clouds of resentment, anger, and depression.
So why do we choose to take this path of doom and gloom so readily throughout our…Continue
In A Sacred Voice is Calling John Neafsy gives insight into the nature of our highest calling, the voice of our spiritual self. A required reading in many theology programs, the book transcends the traditional notion of spirituality as taught in many western institutions and embraces familiar and eclectic examples of spiritual life from literature through Eastern religion. He illuminates the thread of the spirit as unifier among all of us, often using very mundane world…Continue
"Fear", you said, "is in you."
Fear like a grief, like a longing,
Like a lust.
Fear like a butterfly's hour,
a fountain of light-
the edge of unknowing.
Fear - the space before
Opening now, can I open?
High up, on upper floors,
gathering torn scraps
of composition - the music
that vibrates somehow
Added by Georgi Y. Johnson on May 29, 2014 at 4:04pm — No Comments
A Coffee Enema is One of the Best Things We Can Do…
It cleanses away toxins and can help with all kinds of disease like
cancer, arthritis, kidney disease, aches, pains, — everything!…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 29, 2014 at 11:08am — No Comments
In the physical realm there are trains with engines and a drivers…
and many passenger cars that follow.
In the realm of God there is the engine of love… …Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 29, 2014 at 11:06am — No Comments
Joan and I were checking out at Hannaford's the other night (a grocery store), when I saw a friend of mine - a special friend who I tutored for two years in a number of subjects. I was her second tutor and we would meet week in and week out - at first just working on reading and writing, but then expanding to social studies and math. When we got to Fractions, I had to do a little re-learning myself, before I could teach her, after all, how often do you multiply and divide fractions...in the…Continue
A young man, in the full flower of his youth, comes across very lengthy, complicated and intricate instructions on how to construct an apparatus of some kind. He becomes intrigued and then obsessed by these instructions and devotes all of his hours to the building of this machine, of whose function and purpose he is completely ignorant and wants desperately to find out.
Years go by, as he painstakingly follows each step of the seemingly endless instructions, but he is not…Continue
Added by Boris G on May 28, 2014 at 11:56am — No Comments
We come from a place of bliss…
Our hearts bleed for bliss and contentment not found on earth.
So we go searching for anything to fill the void.…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 28, 2014 at 10:53am — No Comments
*Natural Medicine (Herbs) contain hundreds of different compounds - And those compounds work in concert with each other to heal. This is important because with Western Medical (Drugs) there is only one compound working… and that compound may or may not support the body in a natural way for every aspect of life.…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 28, 2014 at 10:30am — No Comments
There are an every growing number of spiritual practitioners who offer services in the holistic community. Some have stumbled upon their calling to assist others on this planet and others entered their career with clear intention. Yet the questions I pose for contemplation and action is, “Are you a Spiritual Entrepreneur? Do you see yourself as a business owner?” If you are deriving your livelihood from your work as a self-employed massage therapist, yoga instructor, astrologer, spiritual…Continue
Added by Lori Daniel Falk on May 27, 2014 at 10:00pm — No Comments
MICHAEL JACKSON ONCE said, “I believe that all art has as it’s ultimate goal, the union between the material and the spiritual, the human and the divine.”
The impact of the arts in the process…Continue
Added by Lori Daniel Falk on May 27, 2014 at 9:30pm — No Comments
Have you ever thought why parent-children issues areso popular in psychological theories? Or why we often marry partners who are similar by character (and sometimes even by appearance) to our parents? No less, is it popular in theories as it is more popular in cabinets of psychoanalytic and in friend-to-friend conversations. There are some explanations as to why this is so. For example, our parents are the first people we are in contact with in our life, which is why they are important.…Continue
If we go to counseling…
There will be times of great anguish…
That help us grow as human beings,
Our counselor knows how to help us…Continue
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Where They Grow - Carrots grow all over the world, I’ve talked with people from India, China, Russia, Turkey, Afghanistan, Iran, South America and in many other countries… and they all seem to have carrots.
First Carrots - The first carrots were grown about 5,000 years ago in Afghanistan… then the Dutch developed…Continue
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