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Friday, 05 April 2019 10:41

Chakra Chart

For each chakra:

  • Sanskrit Name
  • Meaning of Name
  • Location
  • Element
  • Energy State
  • Psychological Function
  • Resulting in: Emotion
  • Glands
  • Other associated body parts
  • Malfunction
  • Color
  • Seed Sound
  • Vowel Sound
  • Tarot suits
  • Sephiroth
  • Planets
  • Petals
  • Letts of the Petals
  • Dieties, Saints, Angels, etc
  • Metals
  • Foods
  • Corr. Verbs
  • Geometries
  • Seasons
  • Yoga path
  • Herbs
  • Gemstones
  • Gunas

(see attachment)

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Wednesday, 13 March 2019 11:52

Taking CBD Oil: Oral vs. Vaping

When I first heard about CBD oil, my initial assumption was that it would be "like" non-alcoholic beer.  Taking the THC out of marijuana is like taking the alcohol out of beer, right?  Wrong!

I learned first-hand that CBD oil does have relaxing, calming effects.  It's also an anti-inflammatory, meaning it can help your body heal from virtually anything.  It can be taken orally (using a dropper) or by vaping it.  I've tried it both ways.  Vaping is generally more 'cost effective' because the CBD goes directly into your lungs and blood stream, rather than absorbing slowly through your gut.  

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I find it interesting that dental and vision are ‘not covered’ by traditional medical insurance. Is this by design? My perspective is that your teeth and eyes are connected and relevant to the health of your overall body. You’ve probably l heard the expression “don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” - you might not have heard that your teeth essentially are a fuse box to the rest of your body.

I’ve written previously called “Connecting the dots between stress, pain, cancer, and chronic illnesses” which is a discussion of how stress, pain, and disease affect your muscles, spine, skeletal structure.

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"People who scored fewer than eight points on the test, he found, were twice as likely to die within the next six years compared with those who scored higher; those who scored three or fewer points were more than five times as likely to die within the same period compared with those who scored more than eight points."

Flexibility, balance and muscle strength are key indicators of longevity.

Sit. Stand. Repeat. This little trick — a deceptively simple measure of flexibility and strength — can predict who will live longer and whose lives will be cut short, according to a study by Brazilian physician Claudio Gil Araujo. He uses the test with athletes, but he also uses it to lay out the stakes with patients: To live longer, they must get moving and maintain muscle and balance.

Araujo noticed long ago that many of his patients, particularly older people, had trouble with ordinary motions such as bending down to pick up something off the floor — difficulty indicative of a loss of flexibility. As people age, he knew, reduced muscle power and loss of balance can greatly increase the risk of dangerous falls.

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This video demonstrates how to run a biofeedback "program" on yourself using the Spooky2 software.  Note that this assumes that you have already run the actual biofeedback scan and it is saved as a program in your Spooky2 library.  

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This article is potentially helpful for RIFE / Spooky2 generator owners who are researching potential uses for the PEMF accessory.  It seems positive results would come from simply running 432hz and 528hz through the PEMF coil.  

As it turns out the A-musical note was tuned to 432 Hz back 5000 years ago in India and Egypt and through the days of Brahms and Mozart, and in then in 1938 the Illuminati, through collaboration between the Rockefeller Foundation and Nazi Germany, achieved world-wide acceptance of musical A-note re(de)-tuned to 440 Hz. Evidently, it was their intention to remove the healing – soothing effect of music sung or played when tuned at 432 Hz.

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Tuesday, 04 December 2018 15:02

Spooky2 Reverse Lookup Tutorial

First, what I am about to discuss is not medical advice. I am not saying that any of this can cure, treat, or heal you from disease. I am not a doctor. I am not a medical professional, the following information is provided for “entertainment purposes.”

This video demonstrates how to use the "Reverse Lookup" feature in the Spooky2 software.  In the video you will learn two ways of doing a reverse lookup: one is on an exissting Biofeedback scan that you ran on yourself and saved in a previous biofeedback session.  The other technique shows how you can load ANY program into the Control tab and perform a reverse lookup.  

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Tuesday, 04 December 2018 15:01

Spooky2 Generator X Biofeedback Tutorial

First, what I am about to discuss is not medical advice. I am not saying that any of this can cure, treat, or heal you from disease. I am not a doctor. I am not a medical professional, the following information is provided for “entertainment purposes.”

This video demonstrates how to use the Spooky2 software to run a "Biofeedback" scan on yourself.  This would normally be done using contact mode and TENS pads on either side of your gut, because your gut is typically the starting point for any healing.  You can also put the TENS pads on a specific area of your body but never above the neck or near your heart.  

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The New York Times reports that the greatest risk to infants of pertussis infection comes from older siblings, but leaves out key parts of the story.

The New York Times reports on a new study finding that the greatest risk to infants of being infected with the bacteria that causes whooping cough, or pertussis, now comes from their older siblings. The Times explains that this is “probably a result of waning immunity among children and adolescents who had received the DTaP vaccine.”

Indeed, waning immunity is a serious problem with the DTaP combination vaccine (which contains diptheria, tetanus, and pertussis antigens). One recent study published in Pediatrics concluded, “Tdap protection wanes within 2 to 4 years. Lack of long-term protection after vaccination is likely contributing to increases in pertussis among adolescents.”

But the Times is misleading its readers by telling only one part of the story, leaving readers with the impression that simply giving more “booster” shots would solve the problem.

It wouldn’t.

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Monday, 26 November 2018 11:18

Meditation helps veterans with PTSD

Editor's Note:
The surprising thing was not the fact that meditation works well as a therapy for PTSD.  Rather the surprise is what they compared it with: purposely recalling traumatic events!  This is something they started doing to soldiers after Vietnam.  Previously, soldiers came home and did their best to resume a normal life by focusing on positive thoughts.  After Vietnam, US soldiers have been forced into therapy sessions.  

Original Article

Meditation worked as well as traditional therapy for military veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder in a small experiment sponsored by the Department of Defense.

One method preferred by the Department of Veterans Affairs is exposure therapy, but it doesn’t work for everyone and many can’t handle what it requires: purposely recalling traumatic events and confronting emotions.

Meditation could be a better choice for some, the researchers said.

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    - Proverbs 17:28