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"Our luminous body is the most incredible tool we have. The way we perceive Our body is the center post of our perceptions. If you change your perception of the body, you can change your perception of reality." --Huang
Many blessings and continued wellness,
Raw food guru, David Wolfe...
With both parents as doctors, David Wolfe grew up with a unique perspective on mainstream medicine, realizing at a young age that there were serious problems with the system. After pursuing and obtaining university degrees in Engineering, Political Science and Law, the day of destiny came--an epiphany--and David realized his calling to teach and advocate for the organic, raw food lifestyle. Much of his philosophy centers around "we are what we eat," so the freshest, purest diet is the best way to have control over achieving well-being in life. >>> MORE
Life Coach and Synergy Specialist, Charly Emery...
Our resident Life Coach and Synergy Specialist, Charly Emery, in her series, "Manifest What You Dream of Today," explores the difference between thinking positively, and thinking with possibilities: "How does possibility thinking differ? Possibility is infinite! When you are a possibility thinker, you have no limitations! In the realm of possibility, all things are possible; you accept that any outcome or desire can be fulfilled in an infinite number of ways. When you engage in the practice of possibility thinking, no ratio, prediction, rule or previous experience will hinder you from believing in the potential of your success. How exciting is it to know that there is no specific method or limited number of ways to achieve what you want?" >>> MORE
Organics go mainstream...
It's getting cheaper to go organic. In a bid to capture a slice of the fast-growing organic-foods market, mainstream supermarket chains are rushing out their own store-brand lines that can cost significantly less than comparable specialty brands often found at health-food and gourmet stores. The pricing could remove a big barrier for many Americans who have wanted to try organic rice, cookies or cans of soup but have been put off by the prices. Though the store brands are less expensive, the chains say they adhere to the same federal standards for what constitutes organic as other brands.
SuperValu Inc., poised to become the nation's second-largest supermarket chain after it acquires Albertson's Inc., this month is introducing a line of 50 organic products called Nature's Best, including cereal, juice, apple sauce and pasta. By the end of June, the company will add 100 more private-label organic products, and plans to offer about 300 by mid-2007. Nature's Best, priced to be 10% to 15% below comparable national-brand organic products, is the latest in a surge of lower-cost alternatives. Safeway Inc. recently introduced 150 organic products under the O, Organics name. The company plans to have as many as 300 "O" products by the end of 2007.
Chains are looking to push back against specialty-food retailers like Whole Foods Market Inc., which have siphoned away customers in recent years. The U.S. organic-food market generated about $13.8 billion in sales last year, up from $11.9 billion in 2004 and $3.6 billion in 1997, according to market-research firm Nutrition Business Journal. The firm estimates organics will reach $15.5 billion this year. "If mainstream consumers said price has been an issue in buying organics, we've addressed the pricing issues," says Michael Jackson, SuperValu's chief operating officer. >>>> MORE
Ride a bike, save a planet...
As a Montana bicycle advocate, Jim Sayer's argument is simple: In the U.S., half of all trips taken are three miles and less. If just half of those trips were done by bicycle, we would save 24 billion gallons of gas each year--and reducing emissions as a result. Those figures are why most of the world is seriously committed to promoting bike travel. So why can't the U.S. stop spending billions on automobile travel and start spending a small portion on bikes?
It's all about attitudes--and a political commitment, Sayer pointed out. In Japan, fuel taxes are huge. In Denmark, a 180% car registration fee helps encourage bicycle travel. France just hired a National Bike Czar, under the Ministry of Transportation. Copenhagen has 2,000 free bicycles out for commuters to use. And in Bogota, a city of 6.5 million, a plan is in place to ban all cars downtown during peak commute hours by 2015.
Even in Beijing, where the Chinese government is trying to encourage the purchase of automobiles (God bless capitalism), 50% of commuter trips are still done by bike. >>>> MORE
Breathing for health...
Can the way you breathe make you sick? Yes it can. You breathe 15,000 to 35,000 times daily. Anything you do wrong that often can affect you in many ways. But when developed properly the breathing length, depth, volume, balance, rate, ease, and flow will help heal or improve most aspects of life and living. Breath is life: The unanswered questions are why, when and how.
Over 90% of your energy comes from your breathing. Oxygen is a primary product of breathing and the more difficult it is to breathe fully in a balanced and integrated way the higher becomes the oxygen cost of breathing. Another primary aspect is the way breathing mechanics influences the nervous system via stimulation and relaxation (sympathetic or parasympathetic nervous system responses). This is huge but largely overlooked by many health professionals.
Research and statistics on over 45,000 breathing tests clearly show that good breathing skills correlate with wellness, and poor breathing skills with a strong propensity towards illness. It is probably no surprise to most of you that have discovered that many health conditions are caused or worsened by poor breathing. During this time we also gleaned several breathing skills that correlate with optimal health and peak performance. When those skills are improved there is a corresponding improvement in most people's health and performance.
A few conditions include: Addictions, Allergies, Anxiety, Asthma, Bad Memory, Brittle Bones, Bronchitis, Cancer, Chest Pains, Circulation disorder, Depression, Gland Disorder, Fatigue, Hypochondria, Low Sex Drive, Organ Disorder , Overweight, Panic Attacks, Pain other than chest, Phobias, Poor Voice Quality, Shortness of Breath, Sleeping Issues, Stressed Out and Emphysema. >>>> BREATHING SKILLS
Verbal first aid...
University of Kansas professor M. Eric Wright discovered verbal first aid in 1990, when he experimented with two groups of emergency medical technicians. The control group was told to continue normal emergency response procedure, but the other group was given a set of parameters to follow:
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