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Hello, Vibrant Reader!
I found myself laughing out loud last night during one of my brief glances at the TV. I was watching Wayne Dyer's "The Power of Intention" PBS broadcast, and during the break, I surfed to a local station. There was a commercial for Eco-motion Motors of Portland--a car dealership that sells only electric and hybrid cars. I laughed and clapped my hands in support, and in gleeful celebration of the free market.
It's the ebb and flow of all things that stimulates human imagination, and in socio-economic contexts this translates as "necessity is the mother of invention." This is demonstrated so clearly by the current oil supply shenanigans. Within the next year, look for a vast array of cheaper and more efficient alternatives for fuels, transportation, city planning, and social networking--just because the price of oil went up. I love it.
I just read about the electric inflatable car (see news item below), and heard a discussion on NPR about the huge upsurge of interest in community produce gardens. In the paper yesterday was a story about how new ways of creating sustainable villages are being considered, where all the amenities of urban living are within short walking distances, and how telecommuting will be the rule instead of the exception.
Ultimately, just as cheap oil connected the world's cultures in the past, expensive oil will re-connect those cultures to themselves. And in both instances, it is demonstrated that connection is the most important thing.
Until next time...
In vibrant health,
Refresh yourself with acupressure...
Stimulating certain acupressure points on your body--starting with the top of your head and moving down to the soles of your feet--is a quick and coffee-free way to jazz yourself up, fight the drowsies, and stay alert. This acupressure sequence recently proved very effective in a study. Here's how to do the wake-up rubs:
The wonders of Magnesium
Researcher, Mark Sircus, of the International Medical Veritas Association, presents a fascinating and informative article about the crucial value of dietary magnesium. He says, "There is a power and a force in magnesium that cannot be equaled anywhere else in the world of medicine. There is no substitute for magnesium in human physiology; nothing comes even close to it in terms of its effect on overall cell physiology. Without sufficient magnesium, the body accumulates toxins and acid residues, degenerates rapidly, and ages prematurely. It goes against a gale wind of medical science to ignore magnesium chloride used transdermally in the treatment of any chronic or acute disorder, especially cancer." He recommends transdermal applications of magnesium chloride... >>>> MORE
Hook your body up to a life energy battery! Give your body the energy it needs to heal itself. Most naturopathic physicians will tell you that the main problem with giving herbal formulas or homeopathics, is that very often their patients' bodies lack enough ENERGY to fully utilize the healing properties of the medicines. To help fix this, the doctors will then prescribe dietary fasts, massage or acupuncture in an attempt to get energy into the body system. Once this has been done, then the herbal formulas will have much more punch and less waste.
Modern-day quantum physics has begun to scientifically explain these ancient practices, and new technologies are now available as a result. Quantum physics refers to this life energy, or "chi," as SUBTLE ENERGY. Without having to get too technical, the laws of quantum physics allow that life energy can be transferred from one substance to another. This is where the Life Energy Super Pack comes in... >>>> MORE INFO
By Dr. DicQie Fuller-Looney, Women's Health is a definitive look at the relationship between digestive enzymes and hormones, and how hormonal imbalances in women can be traced back to enzyme deficiencies. This book is a logical, no-nonsense evaluation of the current medical approaches that overlook digestive enzymes as an ultimate solution. Dr. Fuller-Looney makes her case by showing that the symptoms of protein malabsorption are the same as the symptoms of menopause. DOWNLOAD HERE