I've been tagged by very nice, joung 100% Princess - Princess Shin
She wonna to save the world but not really sure how...
Thanks Pincess Shin !
This is easy tag and I love books!
This is an interesting tag! All I need to do is just...
What you have to do is pretty simple...
1. Grab the book closest to you.
2. Open to page 131, choose 3 sentences.
3. Post the text of 3 sentences on your blog.
4. Name of the book and the author.
5. Tag three people.
Page 131 : A TAGT
1.Tu stay healthy, we need to listen and understand what our body is trying to communicate to us.
2.Do not treat diseases as your worst enemy.
3.In a sense, they force us to make the first step on the way towards a healthy lifestyle.
"Can We Live 150 Years? "
by Mikhail Tombak
(I was a student of Natural Healing Methods seminars provided by Professor Mikhail Tombak in Poland and it was the most important fact in my life).
Anyone who wants to take up the tag is welcome to do so.
Can We Live 150 Years?
Sunday, January 28, 2007
I've been tagged by very nice, joung 100% Princess - Princess Shin
Posted by krystyna at 9:11 AM
Tuesday, January 23, 2007
Fit for Life is a diet and lifestyle promoted by Harvey Diamond and Marilyn Diamond, which stems from the principles in Natural Hygiene.
As the title of the book suggests, Fit for Life claims how to lose excess body weight and maintain good health via long term dietary and lifestyle practices, rather than short term dieting.
Tony Robbins promotes the Fit for Life principles and vegetarianism to increase energy levels in his book Unlimited Power.
I highly recommend "Fit For Life" to anyone who wants to become healthier, have more energy, and eat good food.
And it's not a diet that you should stop once you've reached your goal weight; it's a new way of eating.
fit for life
Posted by krystyna at 4:04 PM
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
In a nutshell, wellness is a choice!
It’s not something that just happens to the lucky few, like winning the lottery. It can’t be bought, sold, borrowed or begged into your life. If you want to live a healthy life and have the corresponding healthy body, you must do the work necessary to make that happen. Just wanting it to be doesn’t get the job done! For example, let’s say you go down to the local sporting goods store and buy some weights. Then, upon bringing them home, you immediately put them in the closet. If you don’t take them out of the closet and use them, you will get no benefit from them. If you don’t use those weights, you won’t build those muscles.
The same is true with knowledge! You know the difference between healthy and unhealthy, but in order to actually become healthier, you must use that knowledge .
The key to finding the fit body and healthy life you dream about all begins with taking action.
Whether it’s weights or knowledge, you have to use it to lose it!
By Dr John H. Sklare
Posted by krystyna at 6:40 PM
Saturday, January 13, 2007
Tuesday, January 09, 2007
"Nothing will benefit human health and increase chances for survival of life on earth as much as the evolution to a vegetarian diet."- Albert Einstein.
"If a man eats meat, he will take on the qualities of the animal he eats and once those qualities enter, the man's anger, his hastiness, and his animal qualities will increase. If he does not kill anything on the inside he will not kill anything on the outside."- Islamic Holiness M. R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen.
"The eating of meat extinguishes the seed of great compassion."- The Buddha in Mahaparinirvana Sutra.
"One is not a great one because one defeats or harms other living beings. One is so called because one refrains from defeating or harming other living beings."- The Buddha in Dhammapada, Ch. 19 (15/270), Max Muller, Trans.
"Whosoever is kind to the creatures of God is kind to himself."- Mohammed.
"The time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look on the murder of men."- Leonardo da Vinci.
"I do feel that spiritual progress does demand, at some stage, that we should cease to kill our fellow creatures for the satisfaction of our bodily wants."- Mahatma Gandhi.
Such words are not about justifying vegetarianism as a dogma but rather imploring to our hearts the deeper side of nutrition and it's importance in modern society.
The subject of nutrition is not simply a question of the food we eat at meals. Besides nutrients, foods contain scents, colours and invisible particles that attract pure light, light that is so essential for our joyful life and well-being. The choice we make is therefore always of consequential significance.
The difference between flesh-based and vegetarian foods lies in the amount of sunlight they contain. Fruits and vegetables are so steeped in sunlight, that one could say they are a condensed form of light. In order to develop the qualities of the heart, besides eating peacefully, one needs to eat consciously. This means bringing in the light, eating the concentrated light which contains the beautiful sounds that connect our hearts to the rhythms and invisible aspects of the Universe. This attracts the luminous properties of matter and illuminates your being, especially your thoughts and emotions, not just today, but throughout your experience of your existence on this material plane.
Your future depends on how you eat and what you eat. Your body is your temple and every action within the temple, done with conscious intention, creates a more harmonious outcome. Transcendence happens as you obtain better and more refined particles to replace that which hold the old and limiting particles which colour your experience of this ecstatic universe. The quality of your food, it's physical properties, not only transforms your emotions and mind, but can actually change your appearance and personality. Everything around us is is permeated by forces and those forces become more pure and subtle the further they reach the higher planes of light that exist here in the physical world.
This realm is of a spiritual nature, which transcends limitations and lives in the pureness of your most luminous and open qualities. The secret to opening the treasure-house of food, is the love and compassion attained within your consciousness. The treasure is the sun, condensed into particles, which we can send to all the centres in our bodies. This essential signpost of love reveals to you that at the deepest level, compassion becomes a healing power in the widest sense.
Everyone you come into contact with will be touched by your presence and affected by the healing peace that you radiate. This breaks the cycle of action and reaction. You become light in the world, a reflection of consciousness in the most pure form, illuminating unconsiousness as it dissolves in the light of your new experience. The quality of your consciousness at this very moment determines how you will experience your future. Seek to generate enough light consciousness in order to feel the heightened aliveness so that you recognise and embrace your truth from the space of pure consciousness.
Go more deeply into the source of your experience, where theory and speculation have no voice, rather, your inner experience speaks forcefully.
I see the physical body as the "temple of the soul", hence I concentrate on using various methods of cleansing and detoxification, including herbal preparations and fasting, to strengthen and purify the body. As part of this process, I suggest one follows a healthy and balanced vegetarian diet. Such a diet would exclude meat, fish, poultry, eggs and refined foods such as white sugar, white flour, deep frozen and/or processed foods.
In this way, the focus would be rather on fresh fruits and vegetables that are in season and/or are organically produced. This is a way to connect to Nature and it's rhythms and cycles so that one may be in harmony with it. I see Nature as an omnipresent guide and a reference to how human beings can live harmoniously on the planet.
I often talk about spiritual traditions and religious teachings mentioning this very important point that has been neglected or even altered throughout time.
For those of you who have a religious inclination, it would be interesting to take note that, for example, in the Bible we can read: "And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb-bearing seed which is upon the face of the Earth, and every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for food." (Genesis 1:29).
It is the first dietary law for spiritual life in the Torah/Old Testament, where there is no indication for people to eat animals. It is also one of the Ten Commandments: "Thou shall not kill" (Exodus 20:13).
In Jainism, ahimsa, the doctrine of non-violence, is a central theme. Because of this the Jains have maintained a strong and unbroken vegetarian lifestyle throughout history.
"If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, fruit or water, I will accept it." (Bhagavad Gita, 9.26).
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Posted by krystyna at 5:24 AM
Monday, January 01, 2007
This new year marks a fresh start for me.
I begin this new year realizing that nothing can separate me from God’s presence in this moment or at any other time. The presence of God is within me always. Working with this holy presence, I cocreate my life in fresh, new ways.
In contemplative prayer, I honor my past and its lessons and I release negative feelings and attitudes based on the past. I take action this day, this year, to change habits or practices that do not serve me, knowing that God’s spirit expressing through me is greater than any habit.
I trust God within to guide me in cocreation, to inspire me with new ways of thinking, acting, and speaking. This awareness ensures that, in every needed way, the new year marks a fresh start for me.
“Isaac sowed seed in that land, and in the same year reaped a hundredfold. The Lord blessed him.”—Genesis 26:12
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Posted by krystyna at 3:52 AM