Monday, March 24, 2014

We cannot be aware of what is beyond our awareness

Thomas W. Campbell is a physicist and author of the book series, 'My Big TOE'. He was the first person that opened my eyes to the importance of eating healthy, in order to have an unobstructed body that would allow us to be more conscious of our space (things and people) as well as our potentials. We are currently listening to his audio book files that he has recently released, and we strongly recommend the series to anyone wanting to expand their awareness.
'Allowing the outside theoretical possibility that our beloved physical matter reality may be a local reality, a subset of something larger, is the first step toward comprehending a bigger picture. This possibility breaks the conventional paradigm of physical matter reality being all there is, and replaces it with a more expansive paradigm that forms a logical super set - the limited little picture concept is fully contained within a more general bigger picture concept. If the larger and more general paradigm provides a better and more concise understanding of the available data, as well as produces valuable new knowledge, approaches and processes, then the more general conceptualization is also a more accurate, productive and truer representation of the whole. An improved reality paradigm is one that broadens and deepens the available solution space relative to existing data and problems in a way that is practical and useful. It is easy to understand the limitations of a bacterium's perspective as it is difficult to understand the limitations of our own perspective. That is natural enough. We cannot be aware of what is beyond our awareness. However, we can be open to learn new things. And in the process, expand the scope of our awareness, and therefore, our reality to it's outer limits.'
- excerpt from My Big TOE, by Thomas W Campbell

Photo by NASA

His book series are available on Amazon: 

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Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Raw Green Dairy-free Pizza

We are frequently referring to 'The Detox Miracle SourceBook' by Robert Morse, N.D., to guide us in the foods we choose to eat. The energy from (raw) Green foods heals us, affect the pituitary glands, activates the cells, cleanses the body and builds muscles and tissues in the body. They are also alkalizing foods that help the body get rid of acids.
We decided to purchase a dehydrator so we can start to create a variety of dishes that consist of the usual healthy ingredients that can still be eaten raw. On Monday, we had a 'Pizza Night' and made a couple of delicious healthy thin crust pizzas that we topped off with a variety of organic ingredients. On one of our pizzas, we added black olives (raw), garlic, red onions (raw and dehydrated), parsley (raw), spinach (raw) and tomatoes (raw). On the other, we had yummy cooked yams, basil (raw), shiitake mushrooms and green peppers (raw). The results were amazing! Our raw (dehydrated) pizza crusts were made of green pepper, green kale, pre-soaked sesame seeds, chia seeds, shredded coconut and hemp seeds. Both our pizzas were gluten free, dairy free and nut free. We also used a small amount of seeds, since we felt most raw pizza crust recipes used more than necessary. Check out our pics below! Recipe coming soon.

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014

"Every man is the builder of a Temple called his body..."

The 'singing' sounds of the Tibetan Singing Bowls are powerful harmonic hums that can calm and energize the body, balancing the body's chakras (energy centers). Antique bowls are mainly made of high quality bronze with other metals such as gold, silver and iron. They are more accurately called Himalayan Bowls, and are used throughout the Himalayan regions such as Tibet, Nepal and India. I recently discovered these powerful harmonic sounds, that have helped me drastically, to relax and explore my body's energy centers. These sounds are used for Healing and Auric alignment by using specific musical notes as related to the Seven chakra system. The notes are C/D/E/F/G/A/B. I absolutely love the effects of the Himalayan Bowls and strongly recommend that you take the time, each day and night, to meditate to the different chakra notes. 
You can find all seven notes in these videos by Temple Sounds. You can also purchase your own Singing Bowls at the TempleSounds' website. Enjoy!

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

“The wound is the place where the Light enters you.”

Quote by: Rumi
The past few days, I experienced another turning point in my cleansing/detox.
During the end of the summer, I consumed some beef (grass- fed from Rowe Farms), only to regret it, since it caused me to have a migraine for a week. I was curious to try some after not eating it for a while, so I did. I have not reached the spiritual level where I have no cravings. I still have to go through the entire thought process of what meat is and how ridiculous it is to eat it, for me to lose the craving. It is not instant, and the cravings are still there. But the thought of dead flesh being marinated, cooked and becoming even more acidic in my body, is not something I should desire. I continued to eat 80-90% raw after that, but for the past week, I went 100% raw like I have done before, and my body went into full detox mode again, as my lungs began to remove a lot of mucus and bacteria from my body. I also had neck and back pain that surfaces from time to time - damage that I incurred from sitting for long hours and with a bad posture in front of a computer (work). This was a painful, but necessary experience, in order for the healing to take place. Doctors 'treat' cold-like flu symptoms, but they are suppressing a process that is actually the body cleaning itself of bacteria and mucus.

During my 'ordeal', I noticed grapes, along with some rest, gave me some energy. Qigong and meditation helped me cope with the pain, even though it was still there. But what brought me the most relief at one point, was my cat, who rarely massages me! She came over and began to massage my stomach and then she sat on me, purring for a while. It was temporary, but pleasant. When I felt really hungry, I waited until dinner time and had some greens with a light pesto, including thyme. But aside from a moment of ease, it was unpleasant and it should be expected during a detox. There is an accumulation of acids from years of unknowingly eating GMO Foods and bad meat. It's just good to know, that I am in fact cleaning my body.

Note: Grass fed beef is healthier than regular beef, however avoiding any kind of dead animal when you can, is the best choice.

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Friday, January 17, 2014

Caveat Emptor, (Latin: “let the buyer beware”)

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Although I support the 'labeling of GMO food', I can't help but wonder how much time and effort is wasted in trying to convince government agents and corporations that the public has a right to know what kind of food they are eating. We need people in the health industry, to do their jobs and use their position to make the changes necessary for a healthier society. The public continues to demand GMO labeling, while some are fully aware that corn (for example) and the foods that are packaged in our groceries stores (containing corn ingredients), are genetically modified and dead food - whether labelled or not.
Would it be best to use our time and energy in educating ourselves on healthy eating, and accepting that most food is GMO?
Once they label GMO food, then what?
What happens if you find out all the food you were eating was genetically modified?
Was this cause for the purpose of seeing these labels in place, or so that you can eat healthy food and stay away from GMO food?
If you research deeply, you will find that you will most likely have to cut out most of the food you are eating (if you are on a Standard American Diet). So instead of waiting for labels, you can use your energy to educate yourself on the food industry and you will find that if you want to be healthy, you need to make these changes now. You don't have time to wait to see labels. Accept what you know is GMO, stay away from it, stop buying 'dead' packaged foods, because whether you know that it's genetically modified or not, it is unhealthy to eat.
Put your energy towards growing your own food because you will know what you are growing. But this is definitely a challenge for those living in the city and renting apartments or condos. For those who are faced with this challenge, such as us, we are buying organic fruits and vegetables that we have researched about - that are not common GMO foods. We also don't eat anything dead, like cereals or packaged pastas, microwave dinners, etc. This demand for GMO labeling is equivalent to cigarette boxes being labelled (Cigarettes cause lung cancer).
Labels are necessary, but for those who have already educated themselves about the GMO foods that do exist, and for those who already know that 'dead' food does nothing except confuse and hurt the human body, what are you going to do about it now - for the well being of your family and yourself?

Organic food is monitored and contains the least amount of GMOs, but you must continue to research changes, since American organic apples and pears may contain antibiotics, but Canadian organic apples and pears do not. Learn more:
Organic food
Non-GMO Project
Food Inc 
GMO Food 

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Monday, January 6, 2014

'Circumstance does not make the man. It reveals him to himself.'

Excerpt from 'As a Man Thinketh' by: James Allan
James Allan is the author of 'As a Man Thinketh'. He was a British 'philosophical' writer who inspired and motivated others through helping them realize that: 
'A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts.... As the progressive and evolving being, man is where he is, that he may learn, that he may grow... When he realizes that he may command the hidden soil and seeds of his being, out of which circumstances grow, he then becomes the rightful master of himself.' 
For a New Year's resolution,  I strongly recommend reading 'As a Man Thinketh'. The audio file can be found here. Enjoy!

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Sunday, December 22, 2013

'Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail'

Quote by : Ralph Waldo Emerson
Winter Has Arrived! Check out one of our favorite Winter recipes - Vegetarian Red Cabbage Casserole. Read the recipe here. Enjoy! 

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