Monthly Archives: October 2010

Agrimony Tea

Agrimony Tea is a great anti-oxidant, a wonderful digestive aid, and heals mouth and stomach infections too. Agrimony Tea is ant-viral and anti-inflammatory in action and helps with diarrhea, conjunctivitis, skin infections, and vaginal problems. And some say it slows … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul Fills the Void

Most people see an ocean of worries at their feet, but the enlightened man sees a puddle of challenges below, and a sky filled with infinite possibilities above. Most people focus on the ocean, while the enlightened man focuses on … Continue reading

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Rambutan Fruit

Rambutan Fruit is sweet and sugary and grows in tropical areas of the world. This fruit is full of protein, carbohydrate, fat, phosphorus, iron, calcium and some Vitamin C. Even the seeds contain fats that are mainly oleic acid and … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul is INFINITE

The oneness of the infinite field (God) flows every where… and when we allow ourselves to think negative thoughts about ourselves, feel unworthy, and deny our own power we also denying the power of the energy that flows through us. … Continue reading

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Bay Leaf

Everyone knows about using Bay Leaves for cooking but did you know that Bay Leaves contain Vitamins A and C and also lots of minerals. Also if you bath in Bay Leaf water it soothes away arthritis pains and headaches… … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul Reminds Himself

An Indian chief welcomed his learned son home from college… and asked – “Who are you now” and the son said, “I am your son” and the chief said – “NO” -“You are the rocks, and you are the ripple … Continue reading

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Essiac Tea

Essiac Tea has been around for years and was first used by Native Americans to cure lots of things including cancer. Essiac Tea contains Burdock root, Slippery elm, Sorrel and Indian Rhubarb. Essiac Tea is good for strengthen the immune … Continue reading

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The Relaxed Soul Finds Inner Joy

A person in a relationship goes into another persons email looking for reasons not to trust, and finds something from over a year before they got together. Thus finding what he or she wanted in the first place… a reason … Continue reading

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Breath Work Meditation

Whenever a thought enters your mind, just acknowledge it and say to yourself, “I see that, but not now” and let it pass on out of your mind. Continue reading

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How important are my unconscious thoughts and emotions?

All of a sudden my back tightened into a spasm and would not let go Continue reading

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