My Alternative Porridge Recipe
3 Table spoons of ~ Oats
1 Tablespoon of
Coconut oil ( link to my posts)
1 teaspoon of
Sole (link to my post)
Himalayan salt/water solution
2 teaspoons of
juice of 1/8 of a
stir and eat and enjoy
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Dr. Axe on Coconut Sugar
Coconut Oil has lots of health benefits and can be use in many yummy recipes.
Externally it can be used in lots of ways too for skin, hair and more.
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Thanks to an audio replay I came across ‘The Healing Code’ which was developed by Dr. Alex Loyd.
His wife had depression for over 12 years and none of the conventional and alternative methods have helped.
He even got the 2 doctorates (natural medicine and psychology) to help her.
Continue reading The Healing Code developed by Dr. Alex Loyd
Ventriloquist with Baby
Having a good laugh is so good for our Well Being.
Some people have healed themselves by watching funny movies all day long. Watch Paul Zerdin do this funny Audition
Wouldn’t you have wanted a duck instead of a scary bad wolf in your childhood stories?
Yellow Fluffy Duck on Pixabay
This easy to follow video tutorial shows you how to build a free App
The App used to create this is
A few features have been added and some changed.
Thank you David A. Cox for providing these easy to follow instructions.
The video below demonstrates in a funny way ‘s way of explaining the difference between empathy and sympathy. Brené Brown
The definition of empathy is “the ability to understand and share the feelings of another” while the “feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else’s misfortune” is the one for sympathy.
Did you ever experience that unpleasant feeling when you are telling someone your deepest emotions and their response was sympathetic?
How was it when someone was really just there with you when you expressed what is going on for you?
May this video contribute to more connections in our times of vulnerabilities!
According to neuroscience empathy is closely related to the mirror system in the brain.
Photo Credit: Empathic accuracy on Wikipedia
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Knitting can help our Well Being
A few month ago I stumbled upon a craft group in our local library. I was given some wool and knitting needles since I was keen to join in.
One of the ladies in her seventies told me that she is a co-ordinator for north of Auckland. You may be able to imagine my surprise and wondering if I heard right. Yes, I did hear correctly. group in the Rodney area Operation Cover Up(OCU) Continue reading Therapeutic Benefits of Knitting
Hand Analysis and Understanding Ourselves
Understanding ourselves is probably one of the most important things we can do in our lives.
A while ago I stumbled on Hand Analysis through . Reading her posts sparked my curiosity. ‘s blog Leanne Chesser Continue reading Understanding ourselves through Hand Analysis
Turning self-defeating Beliefs into Empowering Questions
Becoming aware of our thoughts and beliefs can help us change them.
On page 82 in the book ‘Super Brain’ by Dr. Deepak Chopra & Rudolph E. Tanzi self defeating beliefs are referred to as software programs, but “they are even more pernicious since they dig in deeper with every repetition.” Continue reading Turning self-defeating Beliefs into Empowering Questions
What else is possible?
You can see the outstanding performance of by Swan Lake The Great Chinese State Circus.
Not only would some of the things this amazing ballerina does be difficult on solid ground but she does them….. well, watch the video and find out.
Image Credit: Pixabay
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