This weeks Sunday Reblog is an amazing piece on the benefits of frankincense. Frankincense really is remakable, and now on our shopping list. Myorganiclifeblogdotcom is a great place to find out more about the food we should and shouldn’t be putting in our bodies!
Read the post on myorganiclifeblogdotcom for the full story. Here’s a taster:
Frankincense is a wonderful essential oil that you won’t hear about on your nightly news. You won’t hear about the effect that this oil has on cancer and many other diseases and ailments. They don’t bother to tell you about the research they’ve done on the boswellia plant and it’s healing properties. So here is a basic rundown of some of the research that is public information.
Read this about the hypocrisy of David Cameron (Price John)! “It was hard to stomach David Cameron preaching austerity from a golden throne”.
A quote from a spiritual person who has taken back his power, we do not know who wrote this.
“I revoke all agreements to experience:
And all Energy draining energies or entities
I give myself my whole being to the infinite Mother, Father God, of Love and Light.”
A car sticker: We are the proud parents of children who have resisted their teachers attempt to break their spirit and bend their free will to their corporate masters, George Carlin
“Courage is the greatest of all virtues, because if you haven’t courage you may not have an opportunity to use any of the others”
“The key to eating healthy? Avoid any food that has a TV commercial”
“There’s no remote in life you have to get off you backside and change it”.
Ways not to create a better life:
Playing the victim card
Letting society tell you how to live
Trying to make other people happy
Relying on others to make you happy
Enjoying alone time
Turning off gadgets and going outside
Believing in yourself
Making your own happiness
Expressing your creativity
Acknowledging your desires, dreams, wishes
Making everything you want happen
Making your own happiness tips
Help others realize they can make their own happiness
You should sit in meditation for 20 minutes every day, unless you are too busy; then you should sit for one hour – Old Zen Adage
“Life’s journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways totally worn out, shouting “Holy shit what a ride”
“Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die”
“View your life with kind sight. Stop beating yourself up about things from the past, instead of slapping your forehead and asking “what was I thinking?” breathe deeply and ask the question “what was I learning?”
“We pay the doctor to make us better when we should be paying the farmer to keep us healthy”
This is a great article we have seen about the importance of meditation every day, give it a read.
…Meditation is strongly recommended as a way to relieve the excess stress in your lives. It is, as you know, a practice in which you choose to be mindful, to notice your thoughts while consciously not engaging with them. The constant flow of thoughts that humans experience are a bit like reading a bad novel or watching a bad movie – they have no meaningful storyline, flowing from one unrelated event to another – and when you try to retrace your steps from the present thought back to the one that started it all, the experience can be quite startling. The point of meditation is to rouse yourselves into awareness so that you can stop, or at least slow down, the constant and mostly meaningless flow of distracting thoughts and be quietly present right now…
Keith Vase says he “fears tor the public, if the police can act this way towards a cabinet minister what chance has the general public got?”
There have been more revelations about MPs expenses again. Whats new the public keeps voting them in and they keep robbing the public.
“The more we do to you the less you seem to believe we are doing it”
– Joseph Mengele
How can we vote these politicians out?
The answer – you can’t. Not to vote is the only answer; the British people are given very little choice at the ballot box – only the names are different. This is why the corporate news media are obsessed with voting. Those in power know that when nobody votes the game is over. You can’t have a war when no one turns up – same scenario.
People are tired of this endless charade that is Parliament. That’s the problem with a house built on talk, there’s not enough listening. Pull the building down and the rotten criminal self fulfilling elites and institutions that it represents will come down with it. Then all the people can build a utopia that represents everyone.
Aspartame (poison), a food additive – the game is up. The food industry and food manufacturers have been discovered, so now they are changing the name from Aspartame (poison) to Amino-sweet (still poison), it still gives you Cancer buy hey at least it sounds better. Sorry to be facetious but the money spent on the name change would have been better spent taking out the cancer causing effects.