The stories became far too frequent to ignore.
Emails from folks with allergic or digestive issues to wheat in the United States experienced no symptoms whatsoever when they tried eating pasta on vacation in Italy.
Confused parents wondering why wheat consumption sometimes triggered autoimmune reactions in their children but not at other times.
In my own home, I’ve long pondered why my husband can eat the wheat I prepare at home, but he experiences negative digestive effects eating even a single roll in a restaurant.
Read more: drarata.com
According to Hindu or Vedic astrology, Jyotish, months are lunar based. Not that they have a base on the moon, but that they are counted from one full moon to the next. And of all the months the annual month of Kartika, or Damodar, is the most auspicious, or spiritually powerful one of the year.
Kartika month begins the day after what is known in western terms as the Taurus full moon (this year on 27 Oct), when the sun is in tropical Scorpio, around late October or thereabouts, and continues until the next full moon moment about 28 days later (25 Oct). During this month aspirants can gain the most benefit from their pious activities, some say multiplied up to 1000 times. So devotees like to make pilgrimages, bathe in holy rivers, meditate more, fast and generally intensify their devotional practices.
One of the most recommended activities is to light a lamp every evening, particularly one made from ghee, and offer that to Damodar – the Vishnu deity – with prayers of devotion. In this way one attracts the blessings of the deity and burn away any sinful karma. This is an ancient practice, based on Vedic texts, and thus has a history to back it up and validate its authenticity. Of course any sinful activity performed during this month is also magnified, so the potency works both ways.
Contrast this with the western, Christian (some say originally Celtic) festival of Halloween, celebrated at the same time annually on 31 October. It’s also known as All Hallow’s Evening, or Samhain (Summer’s end), or All Saints Eve, where one remembers the departed saints (hallows), martyrs and faithful. Here for three days candles are also lit, fasting from meat products is traditionally observed, and extra prayers for the departed are offered. It’s a curious yet totally unrelated coincidence that both these festivals are observed in this way, and despite the obvious differences, one can’t help but see a common thread between the two, and thus wonder what original pre-Christian source initiated this festival, and how close those roots may then be to those of the ancient Vedic culture.
Many of you have had experience using turmeric as a spice, someone for preparation of the widely known Golden Milk and the other recognized it only as a strong yellow powder found in healthy food stores. Only few know that the Golden Honey (turmeric combined with honey) becomes an invaluable natural remedy.
Turmeric contains curcumin (polyphenol – identified as an essential active ingredient) applied in over 150 therapeutic activities. It is traditional natural remedy, antioxidant with anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties.
Read more: Best Herbal Health
Essential oils are used in aromatherapy and may provide numerous health benefits. These oils are starting to be explored by the scientific community for their effectiveness in treating cancer, HIV, asthma, bronchitis, heart disease and strokes. (1)
It appears that the FDA is not too happy about this healing potential. This past week, Young Living and doTERRA both received letters from the FDA claiming that their products are being marketed as unapproved drugs. The companies are being told that they have to remove all health claims and take corrective actions or they face serious legal consequences. Considering past FDA threats, these consequences would most likely look like armed federal marshals ransacking their warehouses and seizing all of their products….
Read more… Healthy cures.org
During my recent visit to my home country Ukraine, I took a course in “SPAS”. It is an old Ukrainian Cossack tradition that goes beyond just energy healing and covers many different practical energy-related techniques directed towards living in harmony with Nature without abandoning life in society.
Energy-informational map of SPAS goes beyond just human aura and teaches skills that many would consider as extrasensory abilities. It was very interesting to discover that this Ukrainian spiritual energy system has a lot of similarities with the spiritual science Infosomatics that I have been conducting research in and practicing since 2008.
Read more at: learning-mind.com