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Your spirit is from all YOUR years before and what you have

learned

 and the knowledge YOU gain in YOUR Life’s lessons.

Here are some of the

most influential spiritual books in the last 50 years and

some of them I have read over and over to gain insight and some

of them, I will read in the future but I always want to go to the next

level –and I know that by learning and knowledge I can always

do that.

  1. The Secret

Rhonda Byrne

Law of Attraction

Asking for what you want

Believing in what you want

And being open to receiving it

Reader can shift their perspective

  1. The Alchemist

Paulo Coelho

Shepherd journeys to Egypt pyramids to find treasure

Lessons of the discovery of your personal legend,

Being your one true purpose

And understanding omens

  1. The Art of Happiness:  A handbook for Living

Howard Cutler

Importance and attainability of happiness in everyday living

The purpose of life is to find happiness, which is determined

by one’s mental state, despite outside circumstances

No spiritual rules or religious guidelines

  1. The Celestine Prophecy

James Redfield

Part adventure and part new age spiritual novel

Journey through Peru as he uncovers nine spiritual insights.

Shifting a person’s perspective

  1. A New Earth

Eckhart Tolle

Reducing the ego

Ego source of all inner and outer conflicts

Awakened consciousness

  1. The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success

Chopra

Importance of success in life

Happiness and realization of goals, success is not limited

to wealth

Vedic teachings and presents them to a western audience.

  1. The Road Less Traveled

Psychiatrist M. Scott Peck

Attributes that make a fulfilled human being

Discipline, Love, and Grace

  1. Jonathan Livingston Seagull

Richard Bach

Different than other gulls

Devastated that he was outcast from group.

Moved him to higher plane

To all of us who refuse to conform

Teaching love, forgiveness, and how to reach YOUR

true potential

  1. Eat, Pray, Love; One Woman’s Search for Everything

Across Italy, India, and Indonesia

Elizabeth Gilbert

After a bitter divorce, went on holiday to Italy

Italy to eat good food

India to learn about spirituality

Bali for balance and love

She was in a tremendous amount of pain but ended as

a balanced and loving human

  1. Tuesdays with Morrie: an old man, a young man and

Life’s Greatest Lesson

Mitch Abom

Interviews with Morrie Schwartz, former professor dying of

of Lou Gehrig’s disease

Ideas of accepting and giving love

Nurturing values

  1. The Four Agreements:  A Practical Guide to

Personal Freedom

Don Miguel Ruiz

Ancient Toltec wisdom

Be impeccable with your word

Do not take anything personally

Do not make assumptions

Always do your best

Added a 5th– be skeptical but learn to listen

  1. Siddhartha

Herman Hesse

Journey o young Nepalese man during the time of

Buddha, and his quest to find spiritual enlightenment.

Found spiritual fulfillment in a much simpler way that

the way proposed by all of the world’s wise men.

I have read most of the above books since the 1980’s when

I also went through a devastating divorce.  I was in my 40’s and

had no professional skills and was raised by controlling mother

and married a controlling man so I had no idea who I was as

a single parent, let alone who was I as a person.

There are many other books I have read that have added to my

Spirituality but all of them have been wonderful for ME in my Spiritual walk

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YOU and keeping your Cells and Body Happy

Every day in your body 432 billion cells die and are replaced with new cells.  This is the key to

regenerating your body and staying young.  Because

functioning body next year if you want, skinner, with fewer pains and more energy. If you take

the right steps.

That 432 billion number is a just scientific estimate.  Cells are so small and there are so many

in your body (somewhere between 60 – 100 trillion) that no one could ever count them

individually.  This is also why you do not notice your body renewing itself all the time.

Listed are examples of a new body:

Cells in our digestive system, from the stomach to the large bowels are replaced every 5

minutes

The liver is replaced every five months

A new covering of skin happens every four weeks

Our heart is replaced every six to nine months

Your liver is capable of renewing and repair from as little as 25% of itself

New studies are indicating that even brain cells may regenerate.

We know that in a fashion we are creating a new body by slowly getting new cells every day.

The question is whether our new cells will be healthier or less healthy

The quality of the new cells is dependent on the raw material, the food that

Was available when the replacement cells were being formed.  If you feed the body the proper

food nutrition, the new cells being formed can actually be stronger and healthier then the cells

ever were.

This is called regeneration.  If you feed the body poorly, the result will be cells of degeneration.

There are limits to this of course.  Researchers estimate that 30 percent of our health is

determined by genetics.

I would say these factors make your cells happy:

Genetics

Environment

Lifestyle

Food

And you may know other factors but those are the main ones I believe.

Here are the big 5 degeneration factors to avoid

Processed foods

Sugar

Alcohol

Caffeine

Rancid fats and oils

Here are the big 5 regeneration factors:

Fresh vegetables

Fresh fruits

Whole grains

Drink lots of pure water

Exercise, nourishing friendships, nature, sleep

The body was not meant to sit idle.  Neighed was our mind.  If you are not moving the body

regularly, it will become toxic and acidic.  Some health professionals say you should not be

sitting for more than one hour without getting up and moving.

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YOU and ground black pepper sounds like such a simple

everyday item in our diets but I think you need to know about:

Organic ground black pepper and its health benefits

The following is from organicfacts.net

They include relief from respiratory disorders, coughs, the

common cold, constipation, indigestion, anemia, impotency,

muscular stains, dental disease, pyorrhea, diarrhea, and heart

disease.

Black pepper is the fruit of the black pepper plant from the

Piperaceae family and s used as both a spice and a medicine.

The chemical piperine, which is present in black pepper, causes

the spiciness.  It is native to Kerala, the southern state of India.

Since ancient times, black pepper is one of the most widely

traded spices in the world.  It is not considered a seasonal plant

and is, therefore, available throughout the year When dried, this

plant-derived spice is referred to as a peppercorn and is then

ground into a powder to be put on food to add flavor and spice.

Because of its antibacterial properties, pepper is also used to

preserve food.  It is a rich source of manganese, iron, potassium,

Vitamin-C, vitamin K, and dietary fiber.  Black pepper is also a very

good anti-inflammatory agent.

Good for the stomach

Weight loss

Skin health

Respiratory relief

Antibacterial quality

Antioxidant potential

Enhances bioavailability

Cognitive impairment and neurological health

Peptic ulcers

Asthma and whooping cough

Dr. Mercola has some good facts on black pepper:

Black pepper helps shore up the system with other minerals like

potassium for controlling the heart rate and blood pressure, and

calcium to strengthen your bones and teeth.  Zinc, according to

studies promote cell growth and are a stealth antioxidant,

protecting against free radical damage.

Black pepper contains essential oils like piperine, ammonia-

derived alkaloid, which gives pepper its bold character and heat,

as well as the monoterpenes sabinene, pinene, terpinene,

limonene, and Mercene, which give this spice it aromatic

qualities.  All combined, these oils in aromatherapy can help in

easing aching muscles chilblains, and arthritis, and have a

curative property for constipation and sluggish digestion.

Now the good part:

A study by the University of Michigan Cancer Center found that

black pepper was found to prevent the development of breast cancer

tumors.  They found that the piperine content of black pepper

plays a key role in preventing cancers.  When combined with

turmeric its anticancer properties are heightened.

 

 

 

 

 

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Focusing on a Moment of Joy

 

YOU and how the sun affects your mind

Sunlight has a profound impact on your mental health.  Out of 19

environmental factors, the only one correlating to higher levels of

distress was the amount of time between sunrise and sunset.

An estimated 20 percent of American are affected by seasonal

affective disorder(SAD) each winter.  What differentiates SAD from

regular depression is that full remission occurs in the spring and

summer months.

The complex stimulus of sunlight can affect your mood and

mental health through a number of mechanisms, including affecting

your Vitamin D, serotonin, endorphins, nitric oxide levels and

mitochondrial energy. According to a paper published in the

Journal Dermato-Endocrinology, a large number of molecules

found in the different layers of your skin absorb and interact with

ultraviolet rays producing a number of complex and synergistic

effects.

Sunlight also regulates your circadian rhythm, light therapy has

been shown to be effective against depression, both SAD and

non-seasonal major depression.

Vitamin plays an important role in mental health, so if fall and

winter months leave you feeling blue, you would be wise to add

vitamin D to your supplement protocol.

Regular exercising has been found to work better than

antidepressant drugs.  In fact, it is one of the most powerful

strategies available to prevent and treat depression and boost

your mood.  Exercise works by helping to normalize your insulin

levels while simultaneously boosting “feel good” hormones in your

brain.  Researchers have also discovered that exercise allows

your body to eliminate kynurenine, a harmful protein associated

with depression

Avoiding processed foods Foods have an immense impact on

your mood and ability to cope, and eating a diet of fresh, whole

foods will best support your mental health

Gut health also influences your mental health – take a good

probiotic and eat fresh and organic foods as much as possible.

Omega -3 fats. -cod-liver oil and also B12 will help

Your mental health is body health and spiritual health all interact

with each other and have to keep all balanced

Stay strong and be courageous and brave

 

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START  TODAY and YOU will be healthy in 20 YEARS – it is YOUR Mission, it is YOUR Plan, it is up to YOU.

It is YOUR journey

There is always a lot to learn if YOU are going to be healthy in 20 years because you have to take care of:

Mind

Body

Spirit

and know how to keep all those healthy.

Being ProActive – learning beforehand what to do, what YOU need to know, this is what YOU will be learning at this website:

YOU will learn about:

YOUR Vibration –

Healthy foods

Good exercise program for YOU

What affects YOUR blood type

and MORE

Whether you want to take flu shots or want YOUR children and grandchildren to take the protocol of shots while growing up

Will YOUR life be meaningful?

Do YOU know YOUR purpose?

These are things that we all figure out as we age and develop.

To develop YOU will have to read and search out information that will help you answer those questions.

My hope is that YOU will find a great deal of YOUR information at this website because I research the researchers and have loved doing that over the years and so I have a lot of information and know resources to go to get the information YOU will need so that in 20 years YOU will be healthy.

Life is difficult is the first sentence in Road Less Traveled by Dr. M. Scott Peck – fabulous book and YOU should add that book to your library – and hopefully, YOU have a library or are starting on YOUR library.

We will be talking about what YOUR vibration of each cell in YOUR body should be to keep it healthy and in case you want to know how I know that I will give you the resources I have – and I am sure that there are probably a lot of others out there also but YOU will have that knowledge.

JOY for today

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YOU and keeping YOUR arteries clean

The following is from livstrong.com.

 

Your diet directly affects our health, including the health of your

circulatory system.   Over time, a diet high in fat and processed

foods elevates your cholesterol levels high Ldl cholesterol, the

bad cholesterol is one of the causes of atherosclerosis, a hard

plaque that builds up in your arteries, narrowing them and

impeding proper blood flow.  Atherosclerosis increases your risk

for developing heart disease and stroke the good news is that a

health-healthy diet helps clean plaque from your arteries,

improves blood flow and keeps your circulatory system working

properly.

 

Here is a list of foods to help keep arteries clean and healthy:

Whole grains

Fruits

Vegetables

Legumes

Fish

Lean meats

Low-fat and fat-free dairy

Nuts

Oils

Beverages

I also for 30 years have been flossing my teeth at least once a

day.  This helps keep the arteries clean also.

I also take:

L-Arginine

Dr. Axe says this about L-arginine and how it works:

Fighting inflammation

Lowering risk for arteriosclerosis and health attack

Repair blood vessels

Fighting congestive heart failure and coronary artery disease

Helping lower high blood pressure

Improving athletic performance

Increasing immune function

Reducing muscle pains

Improving kidney function

Improving mental capacity

Fighting dementia

Preventing common cold

Improves heart health

Lowers inflammation and fights effects of aging

Boosts exercise performance

Improves immunity

Help treat erectile dysfunction and infertility

The following of best natural sources of L-arginine:

Cage-free eggs

Dairy products like cultured yogurt, kefir, raw cheeses

Grass fed beef

Liver and organ meats

Wild caught fish

Sesame seeds

Pumpkin seeds

Spirulina

Brazil nuts

Walnuts

Almonds

Coconut meat

Healthyfoodhouse.com gives a natural way to clean blood vessels

and clogged arteries

 

Four garlic bulbs and four lemons.  Ground both garlic and lemon

finely and put the mixture in the container.  Add 17 oz. warm water and

immediately close the container.  Open the container and

consume the mixture after three days.  Nutritionists recommend

consuming 3.5 oz. of this liquid three times a day

 

Remember those blood vessels when you are trying to age

 

healthy.

 

 

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Having any kind of garden can help you and your health

 

There are a lot of wonderful ways that any gardening can help in YOUR health

 

Listed below are just some of the wonderful reasons to do any kind of gardening but in my lifetime I have had acres of garden with a neighbor and we canned beans, made ketchup, froze peas, grew jalapenos in Iowa, grew beets, and my Dad tried to grow celery in my garden.  We planted lots of potatoes and even did corn.  But now I do container plants – have beautiful tubular begonias and some other flowers but because my condo does not get enough sun I cannot do vegetable or fruit.

 

Gardening can reduce risk for stroke

 

Burn calories

 

Reduce risk of heart disease

 

Decreases the likelihood of osteoporosis

 

Stress buster

 

Improves one’s health

 

Making meaning out of our life

 

Enables us to enter the “zone” also known as an altered state of

Consciousness

 

Means of survival If necessary

 

Digging in soil has actual health and mood boosting benefits

 

Improves relationships and compassion

 

Lower risk of dementia

 

Strengthens your immune system

 

Here are some more reasons to play in the dirt:

 

Get enough vitamin D

 

Play in the dirt

 

Getting grounded – EARTHING

 

Stress relief

 

Eat vegetables

 

Getting exercise

 

There are so many reasons to plant and care that there is NO REASON NOT TO HAVE SMALL OR LARGE GARDEN

 

Other reasons:

 

Sense of responsibility

 

Be nurturers

 

Keeps us connected to other living things

 

Helps us relax and let go

 

Working in nature release happy hormones

 

Reminds us to live in the present moment

 

Reminds us of the cycle of life, and to come to terms with that most universal of anxieties; death

 

Can allow us to vent anger and aggression

 

Allows us to feel in control

 

Gardening is easy

 

Gardening is good for children and gives all the benefits for

 

Children as it does for adults.

 

Love sitting on my deck and enjoying my flowers.

 

Earthling and gardening is so good for YOU – you do not need to spend hours doing either but spend some time for a lot of health benefits for SELFhood.

 

Some more good reasons to garden:

 

Self-esteem

 

Heart health

 

Hand strength and dexterity

 

Brain health and Alzheimer’s risk

 

Immune regulation

 

Depression and mental health

 

Gardening can strengthen YOUR immune system, dirt also

contains a natural antidepressant called Mycobacterium vaccae.

According to research, this particular antidepressant microbe

causes cytokine levels to increase, which in turns boosts the

production of serotonin.  The research as conducted by Bristol

University and University College London.

 

As we age, gardening helps to stimulate the brain.

 

Gardening helps in physical exercise, social interactions,

cognitive learning and reducing risks of dementia for people in

their 60s and 70s.

 

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YOU and YOUR Spiritual Happy

 

Here is a great positive quote by Gordon B Hunckley

“Those who move forward with a Happy Spirit will find that things will always work out.”

 

Expect the Best

Find Your center

Let go of the past

 

Focus on what is important

Recognize what is not YOUR stuff and what is

 

Here are some ways to be Happy Spiritually

Life has a purpose

Inner happiness cannot be taken away

Fill your time with activities that make your heart grow

You a find a place of peace that stress cannot wear out

Wellness will make your body happy

 

Here are some more inspirations to make Happy Spirits

Design your life to bring JOY

What is YOUR “Golden Self”?

Avoid “if only” fantasies

Allow YOURself to be happy

St. Francis de Sales said: “where there is peace and meditation,

there is neither anxiety nor doubt.”

Meditation is a safe and easy way to move towards a path of

connection, healing, and inner peace.  It is a way to connect to

your own higher wisdom, intuition, and guidance.

 

Calm is a super power

 

YOUR body can become sick and unhealthy is YOUR spirit is not

healthy and happy.  That is why mind, body, and spirit are woven

together – that when one is sad and/or has had trauma the other

ones are affected.  They are ONE – they are YOU – the 3.

Here is a wonder inspirational quote:

My to-do list for today:

-count my blessings

-practice kindness

-let go of what I can’t control

-listen to my heart

-be productive yet calm

-just breathe

 

Keep up the Happy Spirit every day you can because trauma and

sadness does come along once in awhile and throws us back on

our heels.

 

Stay strong

Stay courteous

Stay positive

Stay grateful

Stay healthy

 

Remember:

Today will never come again.  Be a blessing.  Be a friend,

Encourage someone.  Take time to care.  Let your words heal,

and not wound.

 

Here is:

Advice from a tree

Stand tall and proud

Go out on a limb

Remember your roots

Drink plenty of water

Be content with your natural beauty

Enjoy the view

 

You will never have these 24 hours again.

Sadness and trauma hits us all during different times of our

Life.

Each of us has to get through those times the best way we

Can.  Smile sometimes when going through those times.  Laugh

sometimes when you are going through those times.  Remember

the wonderful moments in life you have had and remember you

will have wonderful moments ahead and in all your tomorrows.

 

 

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YOU and Immanuel Velikovsky

He wrote great books in the universe, he did all his research.  I

have in my library most of his books and have read them.  I also

have the book written by his daughter who was also a Ph.D. and

wrote about what her father went through mentally when he his

work was rejected, ridiculed and had a hard time getting them

published.

 

His work has proven to be factual and true – after 40 years of

being disparaged

 

I also have the book his daughter wrote about her father having

been through those hard years.  Dr. Ruth Velikovsky Sharon is a

psychoanalyst.

 

Because there were high-level educators that dismissed his work

over the years it took it toll on Dr. Velikovsky mentally.  His

theories from his research all have been proven to be true and

factual.  One of his theories is that the temperature of Venus is

very high and yet the educators were saying it is the same

temperature as earth.  Now we know that Venus temperature is

very high.

 

The educators and researchers who maintained that what

Velikovsky was not correct but they would only be proven wrong

as our space travel over the years has proven Dr. Velikovsky

correct and those educators and researchers have been made to

look like the uneducated people they are.  Carl Sagan even went

along with the criticism of Dr. Velikovsky.

 

Never giving up over the years it caused great depression for Dr.

Velikovsky..  We all want our work and research, maybe not to be

glorified but appreciated by our colleagues and equals.

 

It was never ending and never did end for Dr. Velikocvsky, even

after his death.  I can still see some reviews that there are still left

over non-believers and it breaks my heart after all that has come

out and from all the space travel that has proved his theories

correct

 

Always know that when YOU challenge the prevailing views and

theories that there will be fallout.

Harvard’s head of the department of Astronomy dept. went after Dr.

Velikovsky for the rest of his life.  Never reading his material, just

not wanting to believe in another thesis because then all they

were teaching would be considered wrong.

I find Dr. Velikovsky a giant among men who have done research

after research for years and years and writes about it only to have

their peers dismiss their work is disturbing that they would not try

to verify the thesis, they disagreed with.  And made a brilliant

mind

into a depressed mind over years and years.

 

Read Dr. Vilikovsky’s books, at least 1 or 2 and enjoy his journey

of research from cultural myths to reality.

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YOU and Gilda Radner ““it’s Always Something” dying with cancer

 

It was in the early 1990a’s that I read Gilda’s book about her

journey as she was dying of ovarian cancer.

And I can remember as I was reading why was ovarian cancer

so hard to detect and took until it almost had reached the last stages for the

women to have a doctor find it.  It reinforced my thinking that somehow we needed

to keep our inside as healthy as we keep our outside.

Then they came up with a blood test several years after Gilda

passed and that was to help but not all women and not all doctors

were giving the blood test or knew enough to ask for it.

 

CA-125 Blood test is what they came up with-protein that is in the

blood.  I believe it came out after Gilda had passed also.

Her book is her personal account of her struggle with ovarian

cancer and her inspiring attempt to keep an upbeat attitude during

her illness.  Her discussion of a Santa Monica patient support

group called the Wellness Community is the best part of the

book and may be of interest to cancer patients and their families.

 

I was not a fan and have never like SNL but I did like Gilda and

her Roseanna Roseanna that I could watch sometimes.

Gilda and Gene Wilder, her husband, used comedy and their

the sense of humor to cope with cancer.

 

I remember in the late 1940’s my aunt had both her breast

removed and the pain she suffered after That-I believe they

mainly did research on women before the final and best treatment

becomes available.  And I believe Gilda had some of that also

with ovarian cancer before the last 20 years have helped in that

treatment

 

So YOU can help women and friends that are going through

cancer I highly recommend Gilda’s book, the “The Last Lecture” by

Randy or Dr. Thomas Dooley’s great book as he was dying about

“Before I Sleep”.

 

I lost my mother, brother and sister to 3 different cancers in the

The early 2000s and I hope as we went through their time in Hospice

that I was a comfort to each of them as they passed.

 

Be brave and courageous as we go through life, knowing that you

will have family and friends that are dying of cancer.  I know each

of you will be there for them in their journey.

 

 

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