Tuesday, June 30, 2015

We All Dream For A Reason

We spend over a third of our lives asleep and dreaming.  Dogs dream, cats and horses dream, we all dream.  And we do this for a reason.  Without sleep and dreams, we die.  Even if you don't think you dream, you do, many times a night.

We dream to clear our psyches of the stresses of the day, we dream to be able to see and know ourselves more accurately.  We dream about our denial and repressed issues in order to bring them to the forefront of our awareness and we dream for optimum future guidance in our lives.

In 1984 a man named Mellen Thomas Benedict died of cancer.  But he didn't remain dead for very long.  He popped back into his body miraculously disease free.  While he was on the other side of life, he experienced many extraordinary insights.  But, what he shared that really stuck with me is this; he was told that from a Universal perspective, we are a fairly ordinary planet in a relatively ordinary galaxy, but the one thing for which we are legendary throughout the Universe is our ability to dream the solutions to our problems.  Think of it.  Legendary. 

So, I say, why not make good use of this planetarily unique talent of ours, and do like Thomas Edison did and sleep to find the answers to your most pressing questions.  See what your sub-conscious mind has to report.  Catch your dreams and that 'state of the union address' that you receive every night about your life.  Find your inspiration and guidance by paying attention to where the big dreams of your super-conscious mind guide you.  Take the time to remember your dreams and then work with them so you can stand firmly at the helm of your life.  It's what I do and it works great for me and I hope that you find your way to make use of our wonderful dream time too. 

For tips on how to remember and interpret your dreams, please go to the Radio Archive page of my website, stepintomagic.com and click on the month of May, 2015.  You will find three hours of free information there all about our dreams.  May you have a good nights sleep and many sweet dreams.

© Josephine Laing, 2015

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Uniting With Our Subconscious Minds To Increase Our Health and Well Being

Hello everyone.  I hope that you enjoy this hour long video that I did at Spirit Winds Physical Therapy.  It shows you how easy it is to engage the powerhouse of your subconscious mind so you can create the life of your dreams.  I hope that you benefit from these simple tips as much as I have.

© Josephine Laing, 2015

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

The Devas of Animals

Just like us, animals have over souls and spirit helpers.  Connecting with the Devas of our animal friends can bring grace and ease into all of our lives.  Please enjoy this short video on The Devas of Animals.

© Josephine Laing, 2015

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

No Food Cravings... Wow!

Frank an I are turning sixty this year, so we've stepped up the self care accordingly.  Several of our good friends have noticed that they feel different at this age, not quite as resilient.  The commitment to stay positive and get adequate exercise is a little harder.  Small routine injuries seem to take longer to heal.  And the results of over indulgences and bouts with junk food linger and cause more lasting trouble. 

So, we have looked to the greats to see how they aged gracefully and maintained their strength and stamina well into advanced age.  Bernard Jensen, Dr. John Christopher, Paul Bragg, John H. Tobe, Harry Hoxsey,N.D., Dr. Ernst T. Krebs,Jr., and Max Gerson were among the most noted natural healers of the past century.  They all spent their lives helping others which is a great way to keep your life vital and alive.  They also ate clean whole foods fresh from the garden, mostly raw and in season.  So their diets varied and were rich in vitamins and enzymes, both of which are killed when foods are cooked or exposed to temperatures above 120 degrees.  These masters of good health regularly detoxified their bodies either by juice feasting or by using lots of cleansing herbs or hydrotherapy with hot and cold water or enemas or all of the above.  They also ate super nutrient dense foods and got their rest and their exercise. 

As Frank and I have studied these masters, we've come to see the importance of adequate enzymes and probiotics in the diet.  These two vital nutrients alone have turned around serious health conditions, as was the case for Bernard Jensen in his later years.  He nearly died and was on his death bed when, with the help of mega doses of probiotics and enzymes, he fully recovered and lived to serve another decade.  So, we decided to enrich our own diets with these two healthy helpers: probiotics and enzymes. 

With this in mind, we took several classes and have revolutionized our good health with several little changes in our diet style, including probiotic sodas and kim chi.  We make these on the weekends following simple recipes.  The sodas take literally one minute to make and the kim chi about half an hour.  Then we enjoy them and share them with our friends all week long.  We skip the sugar and use fruit juice to start our sodas and we like a sweeter kim chi, so we skip the vinegar and use tasty root vegetables like yams and carrots instead of onions and radishes.  For adequate enzymes, the skins are key, especially the ginger skin and so is a little bit of fresh dried raw chili powder.  Then nature does it's thing, at room temperature in a cool dark place.  The result is vastly more potent than any probiotic supplement you may buy in capsules at the healthy food store.

We also decided to cut the inflammation in our bodies by increasing the green vegetables in our diets morning, noon and night.  So, we started making Beiler Broth every week and enjoying that as a fast food, quick meal or snack.  Plus we always enjoy a fresh salad from the garden every day.  Then a miracle happened.  All of a sudden it dawned on us that we no longer had any food cravings!  We could walk past the pizzas on display or the pasta salad or even the home made ice cream at the potluck Without Even Noticing Them.  As is the case with all perfect health, it was beneath our radar.  Isn't that amazing?!?  when our bodies become well nourished, we no longer are hungry.  May the same become true for you.

© Josephine Laing, 2015

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Beauty and the Death Experience

As difficult as death is, there can be beauty int the experience as well.  Close brushes with death teach us to live our lives more fully.  And the time we spend transitioning in and out of spirit is like coming home again.  Join Josephine as she brings this topic to life for half and hour.

© Josephine Laing, 2015