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As a young boy, I didn’t recognize how precious
and how short life actually was. I thought about
what Dad said for years and decided to make my
life meaningful and to live it fully.
his is the cold and cough season in the USA, and
South Florida is no exception. There are two
primary types of coughs, dry and productive. A
productive cough is one in which you are coughing
up phlegm or mucus. This is not a cough that
should be suppressed, as your body needs to rid
itself of the gunk that’s in your chest/lungs.
There are different methods
of cupping, including dry, wet and sliding cups.
During both types of cupping, your doctor will put
alcohol, herbs, or paper in a cup and set it on
fire. As the fire goes out, he puts the cup upside
down on your skin. These days, I use a suction
pump to pull out the air and it works just as
well. As the air inside the cup cools, it creates
a vacuum. This causes your skin to rise and redden
as your blood vessels expand.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine, the liver is the
organ responsible for the smooth flow of emotions
as well as Qi and blood. It is the organ that is
most affected by excessive stress or emotions.
When we are bombarded by negative energy that
pisses us off, it is definitely a stimulus and
gets our emotions raging. There is plenty of
energy but, if this energy isn’t directed
properly, it will eventually drain you and suck
your energy away.
What is glyphosate and how does it affect your
health? Glyphosate is possibly “the most important
factor in the development of multiple chronic
diseases and conditions that have become prevalent
in Westernized societies; Glyphosate residues are
found in most commonly consumed foods in the
Western diet courtesy of GM sugar, corn, soy, and
She has a special gift, a psychic
ability, and it manifests itself as the capacity
to be what is known as empathy. Empathy is the
ability to sense the feelings and emotions of
others, without their telling us verbally what
they are thinking and feeling
The Flu Season is also upon us at this time!
Why is it that some of us catch several
colds a year? The answer lies in our immune system.
When we are able to clear our
emotional states, we will be able to be in the
devotional space, which is the highest place of
serving all beings and oneself.