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Saturday, August 14, 2010

Fibromyalgia: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet !!!!

The first book listed here, is called Arthritis: Fight it with the blood type Diet.  It is for all inflammatory conditions, including fibromyalgia.  He also has a book called, Fatigue: Fight it with the Blood Type Diet : )

My personal favorite book of his is Live Right for Your Type.  It gets into the science behind inflammatory foods and foods that make us tired, give us poor immune systems, and and other chronic ailments and common diseases.  I have about four of his books.  You can also search just blood type diet on amazon and find them as well.  The book and Link are Below!!

There is a guide to supplements and herbs, as well as an Encyclopedia of health complaints and protocols to heal each one.  I also have the pocket guide for my blood type diet ; )  This diet helped me to be able to sleep and exercise again, by taking away about 80% of my fibromyalgia related joint pain!!!

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His Newest Book is Called the Genotype Diet.  But, for people with Fibromyalgia, usually the Blood Type Diet is Best!  You can take a quiz on his website to see which diet is right for your personal health conditions.

Physical Symptoms of Star People


Author Brad Steiger has written many books on this subject. Brad was a guest on my television talk show, "The Metaphysical Experience".

Brad spoke of the term "Star People" and its link to Native American beliefs in our creation by visitors from the stars. Our souls all have connections to other realms as our place of origin. In past lives some of us have come to Earth to learn while others experienced on other planets and realms.

Star People By Brad Steiger
Brad told me that when he had compiled this list of attributes of "Star People" he had no idea how many people would be affected by it. The number of people who currently fit the profile of Star Children - or those who are evolving - has risen greatly since Brad wrote his book. I have therefore removed the stats and just left the information - based on categories. If you do not fit into any of these categories - and feel a sense of disconnection and change within yourself and the universe you are still a Star Child. It is your journey through the Universe of this experiences.
  • 65% are female: 35% are male

  • Compelling eyes

  • Great magnetism and personal charisma

  • Sensitive to electricity and electromagnetic fields

  • Lower body temperature than the norm

  • Chronic sinustis

  • Extra or transitional vertebra

  • Hypersensitivity to sound, light, odors

  • Swollen or painful joints

  • Pain in the back of the neck

  • Adversely affected by high humidity

  • Survived a life-threatening illness

  • Involved in a severe accident or traumaEMOTIONAL

  • Feel a tremendous sense of urgency to fulfill their missions

  • Experienced a sense of oneness with the universe

  • Many have difficulty dealing with / or expressing emotions or have a chemical imbalanceEXTRATERRESTRIAL EXPERIENCES

  • All believe in life on other planets

  • Most believe that have lived on another planet and can tell you about it

  • At an early age they had some kind of extraterrestrial, religious or mystical experience

  • Believe they have encountered alien entities of an extraterrestrial or multidimensional level or a being of light

  • Telepathic communication with an alien entity - physical or non-physical

  • They receive some form of communication from a higher sourceOUT OF BODY EXPERIENCES

  • Near Death Experiences

  • Out of Body ExperiencesMETAPHYSICAL

  • Believe in their spirit guides or angel

  • Believe they have been blessed after the appearance of a holy figure

  • An intense religious experience

  • Believe in a God or creational source of energy

  • Believe in miracles

  • Had an invisible playmate as a child

  • Saw an elf - "wee person" - or "fairy"

  • Saw a ghost

  • Aware of parallel existence at this time in other worlds

  • Contact with deceased loved one

  • Believe in reincarnation

  • Have past life memories or / memories from parallel experiencesSKILLS

  • Perform healings on themselves and others

  • Experienced a white light during meditation

  • Experience clairvoyance and clairaudience

  • Have made prophetic statements, had prophetic dreams or visions that have come to pass

  • See auras

  • Practice automatic writing

  • Thursday, July 15, 2010

    Pain, Sleep, and Immune System Support Drug: Low Dose Naltraxone

    This drug can help with pain and sleep, working through the nervous system.  It can also help to heal the immune system : )

    I just started back on this drug at it's lowest dose.  It seems to be helping me with my pain and sleep!!!

    Low Dose Naltrexone

    FDA-approved naltrexone, in a low dose, can boost the immune system — helping those with HIV/AIDScancerautoimmune diseases, and central nervous system disorders.

    Bernard Bihari, MD
    November 11, 1931 — May 16, 2010

    Bernard Bihari, MD, discoverer of the human uses of LDN, died on May 16th at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City, following a protracted illness. He was 78 years old.
    According to his wishes, no funeral service is to be held and the body will be cremated. A memorial service is being planned for the near future.       

    Welcome to the Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Home Page

    Updated: May 18, 2010
    The authors of this website do not profit from the sale of low-dose naltrexone or from website traffic, and are in no way associated with any pharmaceutical manufacturer or pharmacy.

    Tuesday, July 13, 2010

    Relationship Secrets for Highly Empathic People

    Loneliness gets to some more than others. But why it hangs on isn't always apparent when read by traditional medical eyes. In my psychiatric practice in Los Angeles and in my workshops I've been struck by how many sensitive, empathic people who I call "emotional empaths" come to me, lonely, wanting a romantic partner, yet remaining single for years. Or else they're in relationships but feel constantly fatigued and overwhelmed. The reason isn't simply that "there aren't enough emotionally available people 'out there,'" nor is their burnout "neurotic." Personally and professionally, I've discovered that something more is going on.
    In "Emotional Freedom" I describe emotional empaths as a species unto themselves. Whereas others may thrive on the togetherness of being a couple, for empaths like me, too much togetherness can be difficult, may cause us to bolt. Why? We tend to intuit and absorb our partner's energy, and become overloaded, anxious, or exhausted when we don't have time to decompress in our own space. We're super-responders; our sensory experience of relationship is the equivalent of feeling objects with 50 fingers instead of five. Energetically sensitive people unknowingly avoid romantic partnership because deep down they're afraid of getting engulfed. Or else, they feel engulfed when coupled, a nerve-wracking, constrictive way to live. If this isn't understood, empaths can stay perpetually lonely. We want companionship, but, paradoxically, it doesn't feel safe. One empath patient told me, "It helps explain why at 32 I've only had two serious relationships, each lasting less than a year." Once we empaths learn to set boundaries and negotiate our energetic preferences, intimacy becomes possible.
    For emotional empaths to be at ease in a relationship, the traditional paradigm for coupling must be redefined. Most of all, this means asserting your personal space needs -- the physical and time limits you set with someone so you don't feel they're on top of you. Empaths can't fully experience emotional freedom with another until they do this. Your space needs can vary with your situation, upbringing, and culture. My ideal distance to keep in public is at least an arm's length. In doctors' waiting rooms I'll pile my purse and folders on the seats beside me to keep others away.
    With friends it's about half that. With a mate it's variable. Sometimes it's rapture being wrapped in his arms; later I may need to be in a room of my own, shut away. One boyfriend who truly grasped the concept got me a "Keep Out" sign for my study door! For me, this was a sign of true love. All of us have an invisible energetic border that sets a comfort level. Identifying and communicating yours will prevent you from being bled dry by others. Then intimacy can flourish, even if you've felt suffocated before. Prospective mates or family members may seem like emotional vampires when you don't know how to broach the issue of personal space. You may need to educate others -- make clear that this isn't about not loving them -- but get the discussion going. Once you can, you're able to build progressive relationships.
    If you're an empath or if the ordinary expectations of coupledom don't jibe with you practice the following tips.
    Define your personal space needs
    Tip 1. What to say to a potential mate
    As you're getting to know someone, share that you're a sensitive person, that you periodically need quiet time. The right partner will be understanding; the wrong person will put you down for being "overly sensitive," and won't respect your need.
    Tip 2. Clarify your preferred sleep style
    Traditionally, partners sleep in the same bed. However, some empaths never get used to this, no matter how caring a mate. Nothing personal; they just like their own sleep space. Speak up about your preferences. Feeling trapped in bed with someone, not getting a good night's rest, is torture. Energy fields blend during sleep, which can overstimulate empaths. So, discuss options with your mate. Separate beds. Separate rooms. Sleeping together a few nights a week. Because non-empaths may feel lonely sleeping alone, make compromises when possible.
    Tip 3. Negotiate your square footage needs
    You may be thrilled about your beloved until you live together. Experiment with creative living conditions so your home isn't a prison. Breathing room is mandatory. Ask yourself, "What space arrangements are optimal?" Having an area to retreat to, even if it's a closet? A room divider? Separate bathrooms? Separate houses? I prefer having my own bedroom/office to retreat to. I also can see the beauty of separate wings or adjacent houses if affordable. Here's why: conversations, scents, coughing, movement can feel intrusive. Even if my partner's vibes are sublime, sometimes I'd rather not sense them even if they're only hovering near me. I'm not just being finicky; it's about maintaining well-being if I live with someone.
    Tip 4. Travel wisely
    Traveling with someone, you may want to have separate space too. Whether my companion is romantic or not, I'll always have adjoining rooms with my own bathroom. If sharing a room is the only option, hanging a sheet as a room divider will help. "Out of sight" may make the heart grow fonder.
    Tip 5. Take regular mini-breaks
    Empaths require private downtime to regroup. Even a brief escape prevents emotional overload. Retreat for five minutes into the bathroom with the door shut. Take a stroll around the block. Read in a separate room. One patient told her boyfriend, "I need to disappear into a quiet room for ten minutes at a party, even if I'm having fun," a form of self-care that he supports.
    In my medical practice, I've seen this creative approach to relationships save marriages and make ongoing intimacies feel safe, even for emotional empaths (of all ages) who've been lonely and haven't had a long-term partner before. Once you're able to articulate your needs, emotional freedom in your relationships is possible.
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