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Tiny things can make a huge difference!

The new epidemic…. FEAR.

I thought it was loneliness. Which is still a rising epidemic but it’s being trumped right now. No pun intended — well actually, it is a political thing!

I find the reflection of the collective consciousness that the Corona Virus is exposing to be quite incredible. Let me first say, I do see that this virus can be deadly and I’m not discounting the severity for anyone that may have suffered or will suffer its symptoms.

Let’s get to the heart of the matter. The Center for Disease Control aka C.D.C. has a responsibility to educate the public and they are doing that now. However, the point that I’d like to raise is I believe they are focused on the wrong points???? We know that fear increases cortisol levels but raising oxytocin levels should be the goal.

I’m going to make some statements that I encourage anyone to comment on so that I can be better informed on existing data (please provide the source of information in the comments).

Each year we have contagious flu viruses that run through communities like wildfire and many people die due to these viruses / flu. The corona virus death rate appears at the moment to be slightly higher than your typical flu. However, thousands more people have the corona virus than we know. If everyone was accounted for like the typical flu, would the percentages regarding death be more similar?

CDC estimates that influenza has resulted in between 9 million — 45 million illnesses, between 140,000–810,000 hospitalizations and between 12,000–61,000 deaths annually since 2010.

There was no wide spread fear spread like an epidemic, crashing the US stock market when the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronaviruses were in the media. Did it and I didn’t know? So why is there a toilet paper outage when diarrhea isn’t even on the top of the list for symptoms?

Here’s what I really want to say. The CDC and the media should be sharing news alerts that look more like this:

TOP 8 WAYS TO NOT GET THE CORONA VIRUS

  1. Stop eating sugar. Sugar feeds cancers and viruses. Eat in moderation fruits that contain natural sources of sugar. Organic berries are perfect to overcome any sweet tooth.
  2. Stop or reduce drinking alcohol. You’ll reduce sugar in many cases and you’ll give your liver a break from quivering so it can do its job eliminating other toxins that cause ill health.
  3. Get 8 hours of sleep. Spend less time on social media and your computer and you’ll easily get time back to inspect your eyelids.
  4. Work out & Breathe oxygen as deeply into your gut as you can. Oxygen kills viruses.
  5. Meditate more or at minimum spend 15 min thinking happy thoughts in a quiet place. Boost your immune system by thinking positive uplifting thoughts of gratitude during this time.
  6. Be grateful throughout the day. Focus on all the incredible things you have, not what you fear contracting. Or you will get it, we know the law of attraction works!
  7. Have more sex with someone you love. It’s one of the fastest ways to raise oxytocin levels and reduce cortisol levels. Boosting the immune system exponentially.
  8. Love one another, especially yourself. And you will attract love and light filled experiences that not only keep yourself immune to disease but can help heal others along the way.

Why aren’t these simple tips the focus of the media? Instead, we have FEAR running through the media and peoples veins fighting for toilet paper and paper towel. Unbelievable really…

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Afraid to LOVE?

Being in love, loving and feeling loved is such a magical experience and emotion. So why is there often a program running that is ‘afraid to lose it’? Why can’t it all just be blissful?

When I first brought my dog, Ms Lily, home to my villa in the rice fields I was scared to love her. I didn’t want to get too attached. I didn’t want to be ‘one of those dog people’ that treated their canine like a kid. But most importantly I didn’t want to experience loss of loving because in my mind there was a good chance that she’d run away.

Morning walks in the rice fields

Lily’s a wild dog. She has a pack mentality and survival is her innate programming. So it doesn’t really matter that I had a posh villa in the middle of the rice field with spectacular views, a great pool and air conditioning. However, she was keen on the free feeding schedule that provided a source of ongoing nutrients. I do believe she understood what being rescued meant.

It was love at first sight actually.

Truth be told, I didn’t want a rescue dog. I didn’t have time. I was designing my shop in Bali and the last thing I needed was a responsibility to a living, breathing person or pet.

When the call came from a friend stating “you need to be this dogs mommy, she’s special” I said “I’ll have a look”. When our eyes met, they locked and it was a soul connection that wasn’t going to be broken. Yes, we had to build trust over time because she was wild and skeptical. So was I.

It’s like when you feel that spark and it moves you. I mean really moves you. First love, first baby, first kiss kind of love. You feel it in your body like an imprint. And then we spend time trying to stop the thoughts about not wanting it to go away…..

What if we realized that in each moment we are blessed with these types of encounters that its ok if it’s only a moment. And that if it’s meant to be something more, then each moment moving forward could be another moment to be grateful. For that moment and possibly many more. It’s a novel way to love but wouldn’t it be so freeing to just stay in each moment and know that LOVE is always inside ourselves. And that its an illusion that its outside of us?

Seriously, I thought Lily was going to run away. She wasn’t willing to stay in the confines of my beautiful garden. It wasn’t enough for her. She needed a much larger perimeter to protect. So she jumped the wall and eventually I just left the gate open. Day after day I would come home from work and she’d still be there. She was ready to come into the air conditioning and snuggle in with me. She’d nuzzle her nose behind my back on the sofa or lay on my lap while I worked.

As a pup she had to overcome a skin disease

Eventually the bond became so strong that the fear of her running away dissipated. But the thoughts didn’t go away as I found something else to focus on that would keep my ideas of “loss of love” alive in my mind.

What if someone stole her?

What if she was run over by a car or a motorbike?

What if she got sick and died?

I prayed for her safety. I really wanted to take her to my shop on Monkey Forest Road to be the greeter so I could have a pulse on her day. But she didn’t like that job. Her cuteness attracted people like flies on poop. But when they got close to coming in, she barked and scared everyone off. We had a fake grass rug in the shop and her peeing on it was what broke the last straw.

She was destined to do the job she loved, protecting the villa and running in the rice field with the other dogs. Probably bragging to all the others about her posh digs.

Ironically she act like a princess and loves to have her collar put on. To a Bali dog that means you belong to someone and have MADE IT off the street.

Lily has taught me a number of life lessons but unconditional love is at the top of the list. Being grateful for the moments we share and not being scared to love are right up there too!

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The Real Issue? Fame, Fortune, Travel, Stardom, Success = Happiness

What if it’s all a lie.

How thick is the veil of illusion?

At a time when famous people who appear to have ‘everything’ commit suicide, the world stops. Or does it spin faster? The questions swirl around mental health issues. Why? How? What happened are the most common thoughts amidst the shock and awe of these talented and loved stars sudden extinction from the planet.

Kate Spade and Anthony Bordain were loved, by millions. Their success and their brilliant personalities were admired by so many. So what’s the underlying issue? Is it mental health issues? Do we even agree on how to define those words when used together? A chemical imbalance? How does this happen? Is it the Ego mind issues that keep us in the empty illusion of who we think we are or should be. How does that impact our hormones?

I believe the issue is quite simple. Not easy, per se, but simple. We all want to love and be loved. We contemplate ‘loves me, loves me not’ and our mood often fluctuates depending on the answer. But what if it all comes back to ‘love thyself’ first? What if we didn’t look for external validation in order to judge our own success or where others fit in?

My recent trip back to the USA brought the topic of drug addiction close to my heart. It was shocking to learn of family members who are struggling with their children hooked on drugs. Not one, not two, but more than that. All I can think is “I KNOW THESE PARENTS” and I know how big their hearts are and all the opportunities and love they have provided over the years. These are not abusive or neglecting parents. It’s actually quite the opposite. So WHY are we dealing with this? What is happening in large communities of people that is driving this behaviour of destruction?

For the younger generations we can blame it on popularity and perhaps an identity crisis trying to ‘find oneself’. Easy to think that perhaps the expecations of life is too stressful, the standards too high or a plethera of other things that youngsters experience as they become programmed for survival in this world. The pain and suffering is deep and at such a young age people are either destroying their life or eliminating it. We often think if only they could have finished the degree, secured a good job, knew their potential or realized how loved they are….things would be different. But would they?

How is it that the well established people who have achieved fame, fortune, global travel, stardom and built successful businesses choose an early exit plan? Aren’t many of us aspiring to their success and influence??? Shit, what does that mean when they eliminate themselves? It kind of shatters the idea that we are here to achieve something, doesn’t it?!

I believe the core of the issue always comes back to community, knowing love, feeling love and being love — unconditionally. Better known as self love. That deep inner glow that lets us know we are perfect and whole. A time and space where the light shines brightly through our selves for others to experience. When we experience this radient love within ourselves, we know that it is not something anyone can take away from us. So why is it so flippin’ hard to experience?

Programming.

Re-progarmming our hearts and minds to reflect our souls purpose, not what we think the world wants us to be. Going inward where the light shines bright instead of letting someone outside dampen the glow.

What if we pursevered through life with the intention to love ourselves as deeply as we do others, especially lovers. What if our big loves were only here to help us feel that deep self love so that we know what it is. What if we knew that it wasn’t really coming from another but is a pilot light within ourselves. Always on, always home and constantly waiting for you to bask in its glow?

The world is an illusion. One that is here to show us what our minds are thinking, not who we are. The external world needs to be put in its place and watched like a movie theatre, not followed for fame and fortune. No one can value your worth more than yourself.

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