I was sitting in the café next to the 'Op Shop' - waiting for Katy to complete her genetic compliment! - and for those of you that do not have a girlfriend - or have never co-habited with the fairer sex - I am talking about the innate ability of the female to 'shop' - wherever and whenever the opportunity presents itself.
It is during these opportune moments that I pen little notes to myself - reminders of my being for now, and the future.
To-days reminder distilled down to an old song from the 60's with words akin to - 'Everyone wants to get to heaven but nobody wants to die.'
How does this relate to health you might well ask
We all want health - freedom from symptoms and pain - but to give up the habits that appease our senses - that's the hard part - and that's the crux of this missive.
If we want something different - we must therefore DO something different, or to quote an old adage - the height of stupidity is to continue doing the same thing while expecting a different result.
We can take that to the bank - if the bank is still open!
Don't wait until your bank closes its doors.
If you don't like the way you feel as a result of your actions - try Nature Cure - a philosophy of living that results in health and happiness - especially in times of need.
Does this make sense - or should I retire to the Op-Shop for a bit of retail therapy
Kevin Hinton is a renowned Natural Health Educator & Advocator who has assisted a broad range of people to reinvigorate their lives through common-sense Natural Health practices.
He is a trusted advisor to many in the corporate world in Australia and North America who recognize the life-improving value of Natural Health habits.
His experience in the field reveals that adopting practical Natural Health habits usually helps drive success in other areas of life.
Labels: Retail Health Therapy
Those of us who suffer with chronic conditions and illnesses understand the desire to look far and wide for something to help deal with our pain and discomfort. For me, this search led to alternative and complementary therapies, perhaps outside the realm of 'normal' Western allopathic medicine. You may have had the same experience in seeking relief. There are a lot of alternatives out there, many of them ancient and natural practices such as acupuncture and massage therapy. And they work, although not for everyone to the same degree, and often some time is necessary before one sees the results one desires.
Since the 1930s humans have been using the human energy field to expand the healing arts. The MRI or magnetic resonance imaging technology is a good example of using the natural human energy field to discern more about illness and enjoy a greater knowledge about the human body and how it works. Major scientific groups and governments have utilized this type of technology for over 70 years.
While doing some research in to other energetic forms of medicine I stumbled upon a relatively new invention which the creators call the Aura Patch.
The Aura Patch is a non-trans-dermal, non-chemical patch that is worn next to the body. It transmits healthy energy frequencies to the wearer which the body can accept as needed for healing. Since it is non-chemical there are no worries about drug interactions or other adverse consequences. If the frequency is what the body needs to restore energetic balance and health the body will use it.
Doctor Fritz Albert Popp, a German physicist was recognized for the research that is used in the application of the Aura Patches. He identified and measured electrical impulses that create an electromagnetic network, which controls every organ and its function in your body and he named these electrical impulses Biophotons. He believed that these tiny packets of vital information, which are communicated from cell to cell throughout the entire body, are the beginning of good or bad health. This is the basis from which Aura Patches were born.
In the development of the Aura Patch system, scientists studied subjects for health or disease for different conditions. They noted the energetic frequencies that occurred in healthy individuals and conversely, the lack of those same frequencies in individuals who lacked health for that condition. They found that people who had any specific condition or disease always lacked a certain frequency or frequencies.
Patch formulations were then developed for specific frequencies and were written as a software program, translated into digital signals and burned onto an advanced metalized patch material which was originally developed for NASA. If the body is lacking that frequency and therefore exhibiting symptoms for disease the body can take in those frequencies from the patch and begin the process of moving towards greater health.
There are currently 35 different formulations of the Aura Patch for a wide range of different conditions.
I find the Aura Patch system to be the most interesting and exciting scientific, holistic natural health therapy I have come across in many years. While there are no guarantees that Aura Patches will cure what ails you, the fact that these natural energetic products are non-invasive and do not pose the dangers that many drugs do upon the human body they seem worthwhile to me to open one's mind to. They may be extremely helpful and at worst case they will not do harm. They may be a nice choice as one of the tools to use for natural health.
Kristine Clemenger, a Holistic Health Practitioner in San Diego, California since 1999, is the author of many articles on holistic health, fitness and nutrition. She is also a Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) enthusiast.
Labels: Natural Health
Do you suffer with one of the many health problems out there Are you getting fed up with the traditional forms of health treatment Are you looking into the different forms of alternative health therapy that are available If you have answered yes to any of these questions, this article may be of interest to you. In the article, I am going to write about some of these alternative therapy treatments which I, my family and friends have tried in the past. I hope you enjoy the read.
My wife has had many problems with her own health and also suffers from regular bouts of depression. She is quite a stressful person and at times finds life to be fairly tough. A couple of years ago she decided to find a different approach to ones she had previously tried. The first option she tried was reflexology. She was not entirely sure if she really wanted a stranger messing about with her feet but was more than pleased with the experience on her return. She could not believe how relaxed and chilled out it made her feel.
I have also found myself struggling to cope with the pressures of every day life. I now have turned my hand to meditation. This is not I am sure for everyone but it has certainly helped me to think in a more positive and clearer way. It took me quite a long to meditate in what would be known as the correct way as I originally could not seem to concentrate or relax enough.
My mother prefers to go to a womens wellness centre rather than to the doctors. She has not spoken too much about this to me but it obviously helps her as she has now been going there for years.
Tai chi is a very popular form of alternative therapy for many people. Tai chi is also very good at reducing peoples stress levels and is something I also considered before I took up meditation.
A friend of mine always raves on about yoga and the many health benefits that this has bought her. To me it all seems like a lot of hard work, however she insists that it isn't. In a way these things are like horses for courses. Some people prefer to do one thing and others prefer to do something entirely different.
My brother who also finds it hard to relax, it must run in my family I suppose, has found hypnotherapy to be very useful. He has been a smoker for many years and two years ago decided it was time to quit. He was very determined, which helps of course but by attending hypnotherapy sessions, also gave him that extra edge. He, from what he tells me has not smoked even one cigarette for the past eighteen months.
These are just a small number of the many alternative health treatments out there. It is worth pointing out that even though they have been successful in helping the above people, they may not work for everyone. In my opinion it is worth giving different things a try as it may just change your life.
Labels: Alternative Health Treatments