"Don't create a business, create a mission, then build a business from your mission."
Money loves clarity. Why do you want the money?
To make money, you need to serve someone. To make a lot of money, serve a lot of people, or serve a few high-paying people really well. Find a need, and fill it. What do you notice is missing in the world? Or that you could do better?
"Stop defining yourself to yourself and others. You won't become less, you will become more." - Eckhart Tolle
In this article I look at the pros and cons of astrology, including a deep look at how astrology influences relationships between men and women.
My sister and I both grew up in North Vancouver, a very straight suburb of Vancouver populated by mostly middle and higher income families.
But when we spoke recently, she was calling from LA. And what she said to me was, "Everyone here is into astrology!! Its like the first thing they ask you! It's freaky..." She was definitely not impressed by this. My sister is in her 30's at the time of writing the this, and is a very capable young women. I wouldn't be impressed either. In this blog I'll go first into the positives of astrology, then the negatives.
CBD Oil - by far the most important one on this list, which is why I have already written 2 blogs on CBD oil, and have another one coming! For some people, ALL they do is take CBD oil once or twice a day, and they see a great reduction in anxiety, pain, inflammation, and sometimes even their mood lifts (helps relieve depression, and sleep improves. Yes, really! Plus CBD has other benefits, like to the brain and in cancer-prevention. See my blog CBD: the Great Brain and Body Healer for more. In that blog you'll also learn how to choose a high quality CBD oil.
Love is the Law. It's how things work. Love is the Light and it underlies all...Everything was made by Love and Love is what we are becoming.
That said, we live in a world of choice. We are always either participating in Giving (higher nature, Love, selflessness), or taking (lower nature, fear, selfishness...astral illusion). Not just in our actions but also in our thoughts and emotions - our states of being.
And we evolve from lower to higher nature over many, many lifetimes.
"Sugar is a recreational drug. Now and then, I might have a drink, I won't have a glass of alcohol in my hand all day. But that's what we're doing with sugar."
- Dr. Mark Hyman, 9x NY Times Best-Selling Author, and chairman of the Institute for Functional Medicine
The purpose of this article is simple: to help you kick sugar now, so you can enjoy the rest of your life without the 'minor' effects of sugar: the fatigue, the mood swings, the insomnia, the brain fog, the yearly colds, etc. Sugar is a stimulant devoid of nutrition, and it is added in some form to most processed foods we eat. This article will illuminate the costs of sugar, the various forms it comes in, and the path off sugar.
Cannabis as a Medicine is Now Getting a Lot of Attention. But What About Cannabis as a Sacrement?
Broadly defined, a sacrament is something that 'makes sacred', imparts a blessing, or connects us to the divine. And this aspect of cannabis has a special place in my heart, personally.
As a meditator, I find cannabis to be especially helpful, when used with respect and moderation, to help me experience states of deep love, peace, and illumination. But what does Cannabis as a Sacrament really mean? for meditators, for yogi's and for society as a whole?
It's been tried in parts of Canada, and parts of Europe. The Green Party has a form of it in their plan, and Elon Musk says it will likely be forced into being as robots take over more and more jobs and replace human workers. It's been called Universal Basic Income, Guaranteed Living Allowance, and Mincome.
It would go to everyone, but it would start by going to the under-waged. It means giving each person in Canada about $1400/mo, enough money to afford housing, food, clothes and medicine. And with no strings attached, and no obligation to seek work. It would replace welfare and disability with one new program, the GLA/UBI.
But some say "Everyone will become lazy!" and "Where will that money come from anyway?" So have they all gone nuts? Or do they know something we don't?
I have been a meditator for 20 years, and it has been life changing for me. I started with guided journeys on audio-tape, but today I am part of a very dedicated meditation community. To me, meditation should feel good. It is a time of relaxing, coming home to yourself, and allowing yourself to rest.
Here are my top tips for helping make meditation an enjoyable experience:
1. Keep it simple. Meditation is simple.
2. Give yourself a quiet space. Quiet really helps. If you don't have quiet, then consider headphones w sacred music, like OM's or mantra music or prayers that really open your heart.
"Suddenly I saw, this whole world, everything, is really golden light..."
Around 2005, I started having night-dreams telling me to go to San Francisco. This went on for maybe 2 months. I eventually made the trip. And I eventually came uponArchangel Michael's Soul Therapy Center, a healing center in Berkeley, California. It was a loft space staffed by a few monks and nuns, but it was very unusual.
It was staffed by westerners dressed in Tibetan robes, with many crystal healing tools lying about, and meditation music playing throughout the space. Here's a few of the things I saw there:
My cancer healing advice in a nutshell: do CBD oil, and follow Dr. Kelly Turners "9 Keys to Radical Remission".
I have been studying holistic healing for 20 years. Back then, cancer was considered almost a death sentence. Hardly anyone experienced, 'remission', or so we thought. Then over the years I began to see more and more people putting cancer into remission, and today that has become very common. I'm not an expert on cancer healing but I have learned a few surprising things about it over the years, and I've put them together here.
1.Check out Dr. Kelly Turner's work: www.RadicalRemission.com, and the book Radical Remission, and her You Tubes. She studied over 300 cancer thrivers, and she noticed 9 key things they all did in common. Those 9 things form the basis of her work, and you'll notice that only 3 of them are diet.
Do you crave sugar or refined carbs? You may have Candida overgrowth. Candida is a fungus that is naturally occurring in the body, but when it over-grows, it can create serious health problems, including anxiety, depression, fatigue, brain fog, and muscle aches. But the main symptom of Candida overgrowth (aka CRC, Candida-related complex), is sugar and carb cravings. Candida itself can make you crave sugar, refined flour, and sweet fruits...the things Candida feeds on the most.
But resolving candida is not a mystery. Thousands of people have recovered from it, and you can too.
I have struggled greatly with sugar addiction and candida in this life, and the consequences on my health and mood have been serious. Consequently I read many books on sugar and candida and have become somewhat of an expert on it. The main way to beat candida is through dietary change, but lifestyle changes and nutritional supplements may also be essential. Here are my suggestions:
The future of healing is already being practiced. It called Integrative Medicine and it is an integration of allopathic (western) medicine, with evidence-based holistic medicine. To my knowledge, the first Integrative Medicine training program is still being taught at the University of Arizona headed by Dr. Andrew Weil.
This is sometimes also called "P4" medicine: as in preventive, predictive, personalized and participatory.
I see the future of medicine including the following: