Saturday, April 12, 2014

Freedom from Backaches Forever

Practicing Yin and/or Yang Yoga May be the Keys to Longevity


Did your know that sitting at a desk is 4 times more compressive on your back than standing? 80% of the western world suffers from chronic back pain at some point in their life.  As we age, we lose hyaluronic acid and we literally become drier.  The most hyaluronic acid (HA) is in the eye ball and then in the synovial fluid of the joints and then the connective tissues.  Yin or Yang yoga is a wonderful exercise to stimulate the H.A. or chi (energy) in our bodies.

Our bodies are a combination of miracles, light and energy.  However, our chi can change in an instant starting with our thoughts. In the universe, everything is complemented by an opposite.  For instance, male and female must combine to reproduce and the synergy of dark and light creates night and day.  But a more alchemical symbol for the synergistic combination of opposites is the yin-yang sign.  In it, Light and Shadow fit together in a graceful curve-each containing a circle of the other within itself.  Intertwined they form a perfect circle, which is the universal symbol of wholeness and infinity.

Therefore practicing yin and/or yang yoga is a step toward wholeness and learning about the infinite wisdom of our bodies. There are probably 100 different poses in yoga to stimulate the connective tissues or meridians in our body.  And that is the whole point of doing yoga, to stimulate the H.A. or chi in our joints and keep our meridians and immune system healthy.

The benefits of either Yin or Yang yoga are tremendous and if you stretch your body in a safe environment, your tissues will regenerate.  I was first introduced to yoga when just 16 years old and have loved it ever since.   While in my 20’s, I noticed that if I didn’t practice yoga regularly, at least once a week,  my lower back acted up due to stressful situations. This regularity has kept me virtually pain free.

The difference between Yin and Yang yoga is that Yin poses are gentle and long with sustaining holds, while Yang poses are aggressive, quick and repetitive.  Both are mutually beneficial and should be practiced.

Yin Yoga stimulates and stretches the connective tissues in the body.  Intended to complement the yang form of yoga, Yin yoga is done with the muscles relaxed and a pose is held for a long time. (5 minutes or more).Yin yoga actually stresses connective tissues and joints.  Why stress the joints you might ask? Connective tissues are subjective to the same laws of exercise- they will atrophy if not used.  When a gentle stress is applied, they will adapt and improve. Within limits, biology demands to be stressed or we will degenerate.

Yang Yoga on the other hand, stretches and strengthens the muscle tissue of the body and has rhythm. Yang yoga is movement and repetition, also brief and quicker, ex: sweating, huffing and puffing, running, swimming, etc.

Over the years, I’ve mostly studied Hatha and Inyengar yoga which is a combination of yin and yang poses. Yoga is especially helpful is easing sore and tired muscles, especially after moving a household, which I have done a lot.   I am almost 60 years old now and yoga asanas are still part of my weekly routine.  Therefore, I am a testament that yoga adds years of quality to your life as well as staying youthful looking. 


Further studies on Yin and Yang Yoga with Paul Grilley- The Foundations of a Quiet Practice

or if you want to take this to a whole new level and be a part of the fastest growing sports niche in America, then check out "Your Complete Guide to Yoga", to help people learn about a healthier alternative in getting fit, losing weight and managing stress. 


Thursday, April 10, 2014

5 Easy Steps to an Ultimate Healing




Today's Health Topics:




These 3 easy exercises drop blood pressure below 120/80 as soon as today...


(Do NOT let your family see you die from stroke or heart attack)


This 3-step plan reverses type-2-diabetes in 28 days or less...


(Never again pass on dessert because you're a "diabetic")


Ease Inflammation and Arthritis...


(transform your rusty joints into well-oiled machines within a month)


Clean Out Clogged Arteries Without Dangerous Cholesterol Drugs...


(Because Statins cause Dementia, Type 2 Diabetes… and even Heart Attack)



Heal EM using this simple 5 minutes technique...

(From your own home. No embarrassing doctors visits)




High Blood Pressure Permanently Cured

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

10 Painfully Obvious Truths Everyone Forgets to Soon

You know how you can hear something a hundred times in a hundred different ways before it finally gets through to you? The ten truths listed below fall firmly into that category - life lessons that many of us likely learned years ago. This, my friends, is my attempt at helping all of us "get it" and "remember it" once and for all...



1. The average human life is relatively short.
We know deep down that life is short, and that death will happen to all of us eventually, and yet we are infinitely surprised when it happens to someone we know. LIVE your life TODAY! Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside you while you're still alive.

2. You will only ever live the life you create for yourself.
Your life is yours alone. Others can try to persuade you, but they can't decide for you. They can walk with you, but not in your shoes. So make sure the path you decide to walk aligns with your own intuition and desires, switch paths or pave a new one when it makes sense.

3. Being busy does NOT mean being productive.
Busyness isn't a virtue, nor is it something to respect. It can make us feel more alive than anything else for a moment, the sensation is not sustainable long term. We will inevitably come to wish that we spent less time in the buzz of busyness and more time actually living a purposeful life.

4. Some kind of failure always occurs before success.
Most mistakes are unavoidable. Learn to forgive yourself. It's not a problem to make them. It's only a problem if you never learn from them. Behind every great piece of art is a thousand failed attempts to make it, but these attempts are simply never shown to us.

5. Thinking and doing are two very different things.
Success never comes to look for you while you wait around thinking about it. You are what you do, not what you say you'll do. Knowledge is basically useless without action.

6. You don't have to wait for an apology to forgive.
Life gets much easier when you learn to accept all the apologies you never got. The key is to be thankful for every experience - positive or negative. Grudges from the past are like letting unwanted company living rent free in your head. When you forgive someone you are making a promise not to hold the unchangeable past against your present self.

7. Some people are simply the wrong match for you.
You will only ever be as great as the people you surround yourself with, so be brave enough to let go of those who keep bringing you down. You shouldn't force connections with people who constantly make you feel less than amazing.

8. It's not other people's job to love you; it's yours.
It's important to be nice to others, but it's even more important to be nice to yourself. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world. So make sure you don't start seeing yourself through the eyes of those who don't value you. Know your worth, even if they don't.

9. What you own is not who YOU are.
Stuff really is just stuff, and it has absolutely no bearing on who you are as a person. Most of us can make do with much less than we think we need. That's a valuable reminder, especially in a hugely consumer-driven culture that focuses more on material things than meaningful connections and experiences.

10. Everything changes, every second.
Embrace change and realize it happens for a reason. It won't always be obvious at first, but in the end it will be worth it. That's the one thing you can count on. So when life is good, enjoy it. Don't go looking for something better every second. Happiness never comes to those who don't appreciate what they have while they have it.



Marc and Angel Chernoff are passionate writers, admirers of the human spirit, and full time students of life. Their first book is 1,000 Little Things Happy, Successful People Do Differently. They enjoy sharing inspirational advice and practical tips for life on their popular personal development blog, www.marcandangel.com.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Why Do We Develop Vertigo And Dizziness?

by Christian Goodman

It is actually amazing that we can in fact stand on two feet without falling. And not only that, many of us can run, jump, spin around in circles or even ride a bike down a steep stony mountain hill without falling.

Notwithstanding specific impairments, the human balance system allows us to do this.

But unfortunately, the balance system does not always function right and when it stops functioning we experience a feeling called vertigo or dizziness (I’ll talk about it as the same thing here because the cause is the same although these two feelings are experienced in a different way).

 Everyone has experienced some form of dizziness or vertigo.  Perhaps an ear infection left you wobbly on your feet.  Or, you’ve suddenly jumped up from a sitting position very quickly and felt the need to sit right back down.

Typically, there is no need to find a cure for such short term occurrences.

However, thousands of people suffer from what is called chronic vertigo / dizziness. If you suffer from this condition, you either constantly feel dizzy or you get dizzy several times a year, month or even week – often without any obvious reason.

The balance system or rather the impaired balance system is the culprit for this chronic condition.

Below are the three balance systems we all have,

Eyes

Ears 

Body Sense

Our balance system is so advantaged that even if one part goes out, we may feel it a little, but we’ll still function pretty much normally. Most blind people can walk normally – so can a person who has problems with the balance system in his/her ears.

However, we need to exercise all three systems, because we are not so fortunate when more than one of our balance systems is experiencing problems.  

How can we improve our balance system?

Stress or muscle tension surrounding the eyes, ears or upper body is responsible for vertigo or dizziness the majority of the time. 

Ear impairments will cause you to view your surroundings slightly differently than the balance system in your eyes do.

The unsteady feeling is the result of the brain trying to process these different perceptions. 

If your reading glasses are not the right strength, you’ve probably experienced this.

Now if your balance system in your ear was 100% and your body’s balance system was 100% – you could still function pretty well even if there was a problem with the eye’s balance system. But it hardly ever is, so you feel dizzy or even experience the world spinning around you.

The solution is to strengthen and loosen up all muscles around all your balance systems – as well as strengthening your body’s balance awareness.

My vertigo and dizziness program are designed to accomplish exactly this.  Each balance system does not have to be at 100%.  If each one is well above average, complete relief can be attained.  To learn more please visit, Blue Heron Health News.

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Christian Goodman is a well known natural health researcher and the author of many natural health alternatives. His recent work is his vertigo treatment, which has now assisted thousands of people to cure dizziness and vertigo.


Sunday, March 16, 2014

Rejuvenate Teeth and Stop Sensitivity With Oil Pulling

Oil Pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic practice for oral health that works!

While living in an isolated small town has its merits, for some reason, I have not found a holistic dentist that I like or trust.  Therefore, I have had to take cleaning and taking care of my teeth into my own hands. 


Oil pulling has proved more beneficial than I would have realized.  There is a small amount of work involved, but the benefits are definitely paying off.  I started the process of oil pulling in December, 2012 and at least 5 times a week.   Oil pulling is traditionally done with sesame oil, though you can also use other organic, cold-pressed oils like coconut and sunflower.  I have chosen coconut oil because for years now, I have also been using it on my face as a moisturizer and have had great results.

Since doing this process, my teeth are whiter, stronger and less sensitive to cold drinks or hard and chewy food. Ready to give oil pulling a try? It’s best to use this technique first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach.

Here is my recipe:

1.  Scoop about 2 Teaspoons coconut out your jar and pop into mouth

2.  Chew and hold oil in mouth till melted and becomes a liquid (30 seconds)

3.  Start swishing, pulling the oil back and forth and sideways through all teeth. As with mouthwash, you do not want to swallow it. There is no need to swish so vigorously that your mouth gets tired. You’ll be loosening bacteria and hidden food particles even as you move the oil about gently.

4. Swish for 20 minutes, spitting oil out (into trash, oil could clog pipes) when finished.

5. Finally, rinse your mouth out with good water.




If you try this, I would love to hear from you, and your results.



Since we are talking about taking care of our teeth,  here is a simple recipe for natural toothpaste that you can make at home.


2/3 Cup baking soda
4 teaspoons fine sea salt
1 -2 teaspoons peppermint oil (or spearmint, cinnamon, orange)
Water  (Add to consistency)

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Prime Creator's Ten Commandments for Ascension

OK Folks!  The time has come to ascend and mind our manners.  Listen and watch this video carefully.  If you want to learn more visit, Billie Woodard Hollow Earth Proof


Thursday, February 27, 2014

Using Colloidal Silver in a Nasal Spray Bottle for Sinus and Allergies

Colloidal silver is one of the most effective natural substances you can use for knocking out sinus infections or alleviating nasal allergy symptoms. All you need is some 5 to 10 ppm colloidal silver, and a small nasal spray bottle. In this video, you'll learn how to use colloidal silver intranasally for maximum benefit against nasal allergies and sinus conditions. Plus, you'll learn how to quickly and easily make your own nasal spray "squeeze" bottle for using colloidal silver intranasally. And you’ll learn where to get the little glass nasal pump spray bottles from commercial sources. 

This works great and immediately, just like Steve Barwick, President of The Silver Edge says.  I have been struggling with some cold and sinus issues for months and was grateful for the relief.