DAY 333: PEMF – The Fifth Element of Health

geomag“Pulsed Electro-Magnetic Fields (PEMFs) are an essential element of health. This is why we are calling it the 5th element of health.

Most people are familiar with food, water, and oxygen being essential. Sunlight is also essential.

We now know that there is a fifth element that is equally, if not more important, than some of those others.

In fact you can live longer without food and sunlight than you can without the pulsed electro-magnetic fields of the Earth.

The good news is there are devices now available that actually simulate the Earth-based frequencies and can actually charge up all 100 trillion of your cells.

This is why we call PEMF a ‘whole body battery charger’.”

Bryant Meyers, BS MA Physics, wrote Chapter 27 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge. He is a former physics professor, TV show host, and leading expert in the field of energy medicine and PEMF therapy. For over eighteen years, he has researched, tested, tried and investigated well over $500,000 worth of energy medicine and frequency devices, studying with many of the world’s experts. During the past six years he has dedicated his life and research to PEMF therapy, which he feels is the crown jewel of energy medicine. He has also helped and personally assisted thousands of people in this exciting new field. Bryant currently lives in Sarasota, Florida, near the beautiful Siesta Key Beach. www.pemfbook.com

Love,

Rucsandra

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DAY 332: Ozone – Nature’s Detox Doctor & Healing Superhero

shutterstock_146595713Read Chapter 26 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge written by Dr. Paula (Laxmi) Horan Ph.D., who is an American psychologist known worldwide for her numerous books, seminars and retreats on alternative and complimentary therapies, authentic forms of vibrational medicine, integrative body/mind therapeutics and ground-breaking approaches to spirituality and non-dual awareness. www.paulahoran.com

Here’s an excerpt:

“My own experience with Ozone tells me that it is by far the best and simplest method for detoxifying the body, which is a basic requirement for any kind of healing, be it for an acute or chronic ailment. And here I will present a basic idea of what Ozone is, how it works, its healing properties, applications and how you can combine it with other modes of treatment for faster healing and recovery.

It will surprise many people that Ozone and its healing properties were discovered more than 150 years ago. We all know that Ozone plays an important role in our atmosphere’s composition as it protects life forms on Earth from the harmful radiation of the Sun. Few are aware however of Ozone’s important effects on our body. Ozone is actually the most powerful regulator of our immune system. It is the main component in the redox system, which maintains a perfect balance between oxygenation and oxidation (between energizing our cells and burning up old, dead, weak or damaged cells). It thus acts as a natural cleanser that keeps your system free of germs, viruses, fungi and pollutants, and it boosts your metabolism and increases the oxygen content of your cells, which is all you need to become free from any diseases.

In combination with Ozone Therapy, I find that Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields Therapy is very beneficial, because it increases the blood circulation, which then helps carry the toxins out of the body, which Ozone effectively neutralizes. I personally use the Swiss iMRS machine, which I even carry on my long tours to overcome jet lag quickly (as it recharges the brain as well) and keep myself energized during hectic schedules. The iMRS machine increases our blood circulation. […]

Today, the Earth’s precious frequency is also depleted due to a number of factors, so even if you walk a lot, you still don’t receive the same effect our ancestors once did. Simply lying down on the iMRS mat and soaking in the energy has an amazing effect.”

Quite amazing, don’t you agree?

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 331: Program Your Mind To A Slim Body

 

shutterstock_216252670Do you struggle with emotional eating?

Read Chapter 24 in  the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge written by Preeti Subberwal, the Founding Director of Thoughtful Engagement, a firm that facilitates quick and sustainable change and transformation in individuals and organizations through powerful and innovative programs. She is a Certified Master of Spirit Life Coach, Certified Life Coach, Licensed NLP Master Practitioner and Theta Healing Practitioner. She believes in the holistic approach to well-being and leadership that promotes mind, body and spirit unification.

www.thoughtfulengagement.com

Preeti Subberwal says:

“Every action begins with an emotion. For example, if you have a habit of over-eating, there is an emotion and a chain of behaviors that lead you to overeat because the location of hunger is usually experienced between the center of the chest to just below the belly-button – in the exact place that we tend to generate our emotional feelings. Hunger is not an emotion, but it does tend to occur in the places that we feel our emotions. No wonder then that some people get it so confused.”

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 330: Allowing The Magic To Unfold – Access Consciousness

shutterstock_102185230“Do you remember the exuberance you had as a child, when no pain or suffering lasted for more than 10 seconds and you were happily skipping about seeing rainbows and joy oozed out of your being? Remember that questioning spirit you had? And no question was too silly, you could ask ten question in a row of how, when, why, what about everything you came across? […]

Access Bars is a therapy that makes ‘receiving’ from the Universe easier, each Bars session helps to release limiting beliefs that do not allow us to receive freely. The Bars is a hands-on process that requires gentle touching of 32 points on the head. The worst that can happen after a Bars session is that you feel as if you had a good head massage; and the best, your whole life could change.

Have you ever noticed how we are conditioned to look at and prepare for everything that can go wrong? Do we ever spend time looking at what could go right? Or if we share our plans with others they tell us to stop day dreaming and come back to the reality of how things are supposed to be difficult by default.

How often do we come to conclusions about things we can’t change and give up on things we would like to be or have?

What if instead of giving up we could just ask this one question (even if we don’t have the answers right away): ‘What else is possible that I haven’t even considered?’

This opens up possibilities that we haven’t even conceived of! It’s like opening doors, windows and balconies in a corridor that earlier had solid walls with just one door at either end, so now we can see and explore options from a fresh perspective rather than looking at things the way everyone else does, from the limited perspective.”

Chapter 25 in  the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge is written by Seema Sharma, a certified Access Consciousness Bars Facilitator and a marketing and corporate communications professional. She practices healing modalities including Reiki, Quantum Touch, Pranic Healing, Theta Healing, Aura Reading, Past Life Regression, EFT and Ho’oponopono. seemasharma.accessconsciousness.com

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 329: The Four Pillars of Health

shutterstock_33577360“First Pillar

The first and foremost pillar is food. […] I experienced a connection and oneness with my body with this single most important change in a way that shifted and evolved my life in many positive ways. I understood the meaning of the Hindi saying from our shastras –“Like food, like mind” or the more famous English phrase, “You are what you eat.”

Second Pillar

As you would easily guess, the second pillar of health is about activity and movement, also called exercise. I prefer to use the first two words as “exercise ” often has negative and effortful connotations for man y. Before I began my own journey of self-healing, I was extremely sedentary and the excruciating pain of rheumatoid arthritis made me even more lethargic.

Third Pillar

Positive, wholesome thoughts are the third pillar. Ultimately, the control center to change our life style is in the head. Unless we change our thinking, we can’t really hope to change much in our lives.

Fourth Pillar

The final pillar is one of habits: childhood, family and social conditioning that we get set into without questioning. These habits stem from the beliefs we carry around all our lives. We may have inherited these from our family and friends or picked them from our doctor or read them in books and papers or simply followed the societal norms. Sometimes, we just call it our personality and refuse to budge or change anything saying, “I am like this only.” This is all inner resistance to change, our invisible dragons that we are meant to slay in our journey to evolution and self-awareness.”

Chapter 23 in  the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge is written by Nandini Gulati who is a Holistic Health Coach. She offers many programs to help people lead healthier and integrated lifestyles. The programs range from one time consulting, healthy cooking classes to a 12-week customized health-coaching program. www.nandinigulati.com

How are your four pillars of health doing?

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 328: Fitness – The Challenge Within

shutterstock_155628083“To exercise, to eat right. What is the Big Challenge?

Why do we gain weight? Why do we fall sick? […]

If one could control one’s craving towards chocolate cake (or any other craving for that matter)…

If one could remain enthusiastic towards exercise on a daily basis…

If one could follow a healthy diet without any cheating…

Would one need to shop around for finding an external agency to help us win the battle of weight loss?

It is here that the role of NLP comes in.

What is NLP?

NLP stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming. ‘Neuro’ refers to the way we experience the world through our senses; ‘linguistic’ refers to the way we use language to make sense of the world, capture and conceptualize our experience and then communicate that experience to others; and ‘programming’ addresses the way we code (mentally represent) our experience and adopt various behavioral patterns of response. In short, NLP is a powerful mechanism involving the programming of our mind. It can impact you both professionally and personally.

It is applicable to all the areas of one’s life – be it weight loss, overall health, business management, psychology and all forms of personal development.

NLP can help you:

  • Remove the mental barriers blocking you from reaching your goals and set new higher expectations from yourself
  • Replace negative behaviors and habits with positive ones
  • Transform the way you go about your everyday tasks
  • Better understand your own motivations, needs and behaviors to have the greatest impact in your life

NLP helps you understand your current mind as each person has their own unique map of the world. It helps you unlock the subconscious beliefs, limitations and filters that you have created and stored in your mind.”

Chapter 22 in  the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge is written by Tarini Khetarpal who is a Certified NLP Master Practitioner. She has learnt from the pioneer of NLP himself, Mr . John Grinder in London. She is also a Hay House certified and licensed ‘Heal Your Life’ Workshop leader who conducts programs based on Louise Hay’s philosophy.

Love,

Rucsandra

DAY 327: Beyond Self-Sabotage

shutterstock_243915115“Most people can bring drastic changes in their quality of life by identifying the top five or ten of their limiting beliefs and changing them. Each belief has the power to create unhappiness or joy in your life.

And as every belief has sub-beliefs within it, if you have the belief that you are not worthy this will create more sub-beliefs on various aspects of self-loath.

On the contrary, a good, positive belief spawns many sub-beliefs to support the positive belief.

On a subconscious level, every belief has a secondary benefit. A secondary benefit means that while something causes pain or discomfort on one level, it may provide pleasure on another level. This is the reason why we protect our beliefs, even after becoming aware that they are not helping us. We create justifications for our beliefs.

For example, a client was unhappy with her job and yet she was fearful of changing her job. Her secondary belief was that even if she changed her job, the new job would be like the current one. This secondary belief provided her the ‘comfort’ to stay in her current job.

When patterns are broken, a new world emerges.”

Chapter 21 in  the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge is written by Archna Mohan, who is a holistic life style coach. She helps women around the world to find the time and motivation to exercise, to end the vicious cycle of dieting, improve their health and energy. She understands the issues of women over 40 because she is one of them. www.archnamohan.co.uk

Love,

Rucsandra