Excuse Me While I Save The World

save the worldIf only there were 30 hours in a day, I could probably get everything done. But given we each get only 24, and I like to use at least 8-9 or more hours in bed each day, that leaves me with a precious few to run my life and save the world and such.

 

My healing and habits have branched out a little, as has everything. These are but some of my many daily ‘best health’ practices and routines:

Swish– oil pulling is how I start almost every day of my life now- 20 minutes of cold pressed sesame oil swished around in the mouth. It is restoring my oral health and whatever else fringe benefits I am getting from it, but for the dental rewards alone, I shall swish til the day I die! Just so you know, oil pulling can aid in curing diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, as well as diseases like polio, cancer, leprosy, polycystic kidney, neural fibroma, and paralysis.

Refresh Sai Sanjeevini prayer patterns– I have a table full of patterns being broadcasted to self, friends, and family for various conditions, as well as prophylactics for swine flu and cancer and other potential health threats. I refresh them every day with a  prayer.

Dowse– almost everyday I find myself having to dowse for one reason or another, such as,  are the leftovers still fresh enough to eat? (they probably are because I balance everything when I  bring it into the house)  or,  how many times a day should I give Brandi the Arnica for her UT condition?  or whatever else is called for that day.

Blog– part of the way I give back is to share what I have learned with the world.

Work– When I am able to work, I am a fund raiser for progressive non-profit organizations, all of which I adore and support. I help them save the world by day, and sleep well at night.

A teaspoon of honey and cinnamon– since I talk for a living, I coat my throat with a teaspoon of raw honey and a high grade cinnamon each day before leaving the house for work. The other health benefits of honey and cinnamon are numerous and widespread from bad breath, upset stomach, hearing problems, infertility, and flu, to weigh loss and more.
A random act of kindness– I try to let no day go by without doing at least one of these.

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  1. Hélène
    Jun 07, 2014 @ 15:29:56

    Thanks! Great tips to inspire me.

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  2. The Pendulist
    Jun 09, 2014 @ 00:47:43

    that makes my day!!

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