Monday, December 26, 2016

Healing Tooth Cavities Naturally



Please enjoy this short video on how I healed a cavity in my tooth, naturally, with no drilling, just using a simple and easily available herbal formula. 

Monday, December 19, 2016

The Three Taboos





Throughout much of the modern world, we have historically had three great taboos: sex, death and finances.  In recent decades these have been coming up for healing.  It is always best if we deny nothing.  We can push things away for a time, but in the end they will be made known.  Such is the case with taboos. 

When I was a girl, back in the 1960’s we collectively faced our sexual taboo.  It was so amazing for me to watch as 'The Summer of Love' raised itself up, with it's pinnacle at The Haight, in San Francisco, in my home state of California.  As this change swept over our nation, women’s liberation and gay rights were soon free to be born.  The environmental movement and AIM followed suit as the feminine principle began to rise.

Then in the 1990’s the taboo of death began to be addressed.  My father was wholly unable to face the reality of his inevitable death and he, like many others of his generation, could neither speak nor think of his death.  Death was the enemy to be avoided at all costs and the standard western medical model of healing was the savior.  

Then, the need to release that outmoded ideology began to surface.  Culturally, we could no longer deny the reality of death.  Exercises addressing the prospect of death and dying began to enter our collective minds.  These have grown in acceptance and in popularity as the years have progressed.  Now, with the Hospice Movement, death has re-entered the home and our loved ones and their time to go is embraced with dignity and allowance. 

But, our third great taboo, financial transparency has still not yet been culturally addressed.  We have great disparity of wealth, not only among our friends and family members, in our neighborhoods and nation-wide, but also, and grossly so, around the world.  This has resulted in untold amounts of personal suffering along with a separation from the love and oneness that we know we all share.  And that is the key here, we only need to learn how to share.

Even among my closest friends, I have little idea about their financial situations.  People can get fired from their jobs in this country if they even so much as discuss their income figures with their co-workers.  This is still the great and firmly entrenched taboo of the western world.
 
So, the other morning, I found myself up early, before the day was fully awake, sitting in the softest light of the soon-to-be rising sun.  I had been asking myself over the last few weeks what this new situation at the pinnacle of our nation’s government was about.  Knowing that Divine Creator has a hand in everything, I was hoping for an insight, and then one came.  Without a thing on my mind, in that still sleepy morning light, it dropped in to my awareness, and I heard the words, “Financial Transparency.”  Instantaneously I knew that this was the answer to my question.  The time has come upon us now for this last, final great taboo to rise up for its healing.

May we all be blessed in this Holiday Season with equality and love.


Monday, December 12, 2016

Detoxify With Green Juice



In this short five minute video, I give my tips for procuring, storing and creating a healthful and nutritious green juice which will help you to detoxify your body while it boosts your energy and vitality.

Monday, December 5, 2016

Metamorphosis, Imaginal Cells and Transformation




We Americans use a lot of the world's resources.  I've heard it said that it would take five planet earths if we were to provide all of humanity with the same amount of resources that Americans use.  That is a pretty huge footprint.  And it reminds me of the gluttonous way that a caterpillar ravages a garden just before it embarks on its transformation. 

As a little tiny baby caterpillar hatches out from its egg case, it eats progressively more and more plant material.  As the days and weeks pass by, it begins to consume many times its own weight per day.  This leaves the plants it has been feasting on devastated.  And the caterpillar begins to succumb to the need for a deep sleep.  It prepares it's bower, camouflaged and hanging down from the boughs of the plants that have sustained its massive appetite.  Protected in this dormant state, its outer shell hardens and the caterpillar becomes a chrysalis. 

Now, this is where things get really interesting.  The immune system of the caterpillar begins to be called into play.  Rogue cells that have been lying dormant in the body of the caterpillar start arising.  These are stem cells and they have an entirely different genetic makeup.  The immune system of the caterpillar repeatedly kills these cells, but more and more of them keep arising.  Soon the immune system of the caterpillar is overcome.  Meanwhile, the stem cells, known as "Imaginal Cells," continue forming.  As these imaginal cells proliferate, they begin to create a brand new animal, the butterfly.  Slowly but surely the genes of the butterfly, which were there all along, replace those of the caterpillar and the metamorphosis is complete.

Those of us who have embarked on a journey of self discovery soon realize that change is the only constant in the Universe.  Everything comes and goes.  We see similar patterns of transformation throughout nature and the world.  Infants become adults, frogs emerge from plump little tadpoles, mountains become hills, lakes become meadows and volcanoes arise from the molten depths of the earth.  We learn to accept these changes and to move with them, rather than fight against them.  

Sometimes we may have to tuck in for a long dark night of the soul, something rather like a chrysalis stage, in between our various metamorphoses.  I find it helps to remember that Divine Creator has a hand in everything.  We wouldn't want to kill a caterpillar, because then we wouldn't have the butterfly. 

So, here in the Northern Hemisphere, during the longest nights of the year, it might be worthwhile to ask ourselves, “What have we been overindulging in?  What are we resisting?  What might we imagine?”  Who have we been and who are we changing into?  How is this occurring on both a personal level, and a global level?  What kind of normal development would we collectively like to see after our embryonic stage is complete?

These might be some nice questions for all of us to meditate on. Who knows what beauty might soon begin to arise from the depths of our beings.