<>Zodiac Signs and the Body <>
I would like to share this information with you and you may want to keep it
for your files,
This is from Medical Astrology, and it is the most complete I've found,,,
The astrological zodiac signs were assigned to specific areas of the body<>
Aries is attributed to the head – Most areas within the head are influenced
by this sign including the face, mouth, teeth, sinuses and… Continue
Added by Nancy Anderson on February 28, 2010 at 8:31pm —
~ March is Marching In ~
Winter is almost on its last cold spell, I noticed here in Oklahoma the trees are budding out, they are awaking us that soon Spring will Spring forth. March -- a month of opposites and contradictions. Is now ready for us are we ready for March Winds.
<>( Both the watery, emotional Pisces Sun ) and (Mercury will have you swimming with the tides and floating with the currents through the middle of the month,we may see stormy patch around… Continue
Added by Nancy Anderson on February 28, 2010 at 4:26pm —
If you have ever watched Mafia TV shows or movies, you know how the protection racket goes. You buy protection for your business or family from the people who pose the greatest threat to your well being. The scam is so successful, government put it into practice before anybody ever heard of the Mafia.
The national protection racket officially began in 1913. The creation of a private gang pf extortioners called the Federal Reserve Board/ System, was created by a U.S. Congress in… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 28, 2010 at 10:51am —
It seems the older I get the more I appreciate the extraordinary in the ordinary. Not that I didn't appreciate it before. But there is something deeper and simpler happening with my day-to-day joys. I think it is also in accordance with the earth changes and shifts, and returning to all things simpler and appreciated.…
Added by Alexa EagleFeather on February 28, 2010 at 7:00am —
Slopes of Mount Kugami…
Added by Marianne on February 28, 2010 at 6:47am —
The man Martin Luther King Jr. called "an apostle of peace and nonviolence" has been a teacher, writer and vocal opponent of war. Here, Thich Nhat Hanh shares a few words of wisdom.…
Added by Alexa EagleFeather on February 28, 2010 at 6:30am —
<> FULL MOON TO-NIGHT <>
The Moon's entry into analytical Virgo reminds us of the importance of clear thinking yet our emotions grow more intense as we approach the Full Moon late in the evening of 27th.
It is a good time for new thinking if the old stuff is not working for you.
Find old friends they are still there and waiting for you, as some are not in the loving way that you might find your self in, if you ponder over this and you get the… Continue
Added by Nancy Anderson on February 27, 2010 at 3:36pm —
The Breath of the Universe - The Wind
We can entrust the wind to carry our voices out into the world, knowing it will be carried to its perfect destination.…
Added by Marianne on February 27, 2010 at 6:22am —
We have been in a blizzard situation here since yesterday. When spring is on the horizon, we start to see Mourning Doves in this area. Well, yesterday I was enthralled by watching a large, male Mourning Dove sitting in one of our trees for just over an hour. What is he waiting for, I asked myself. Finally, I decided he was just enjoying his snow-bath. All of a sudden, he flew away but soon… Continue
Added by Marianne on February 26, 2010 at 10:26am —
With two strokes of a pen, the thinking citizens of the United States of America will: 1.) Earn the gratitude, respect and admiration of the civilized world. 2.) Reduce global violence to less than half its current level. 3.) Provide meaningful aid to the poorest among our global community -and much, much more.
To continue; the PEOPLE will: 4.) Create a global economic recovery such as the world has never seen. 5.) Carve a new republic from a corporate plantation. 6.) Fully recover… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 26, 2010 at 1:06am —
If you were a Boy or Girl Scout, you recited an oath on a regular basis. If you attended public school, or one of most private schools you recited an oath on a daily basis. By this means, you have been brainwashed.
You have been made to believe the government of the United States of America is what you serve to fulfil the commandment to love your neighbor and do your DUTY to God and country. Nothing could be further from the truth. Your parents will not tell you so. Your grandparents… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 26, 2010 at 12:28am —
The makers and lovers of lies are sometimes the exact same people. At other times, co-dependents.
If you have never heard the title of this essay in Amerika, you don't live here or have not lived here long. Among excuses, it is a long time favorite. More so among the bureaucrats strangled by more rules and regulations than any other class. You see, doing our job relieves us of all other responsibilities. We are not merely very busy trying to maintain unsustainable lifestyles, we are… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 25, 2010 at 9:09pm —
"When the wicked rule, the people mourn." So says scripture. Then what is the difference between the wicked and the ego?
Many of us have learned negative self talk creates problems and stress, simultaneously. Many have also learned stress leads to multiple physical dysfunctions and disabilities. Many of us wish we could develop an immunity to negativity. Many of us wish it was easy to do. It is.
The subconscious is very analogous to a computer. But the operating system is… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 25, 2010 at 7:42pm —
The difference between a rich folks' philanthropy and a grass roots philanthropy should be obvious. One has more money than it knows what to do with and is wasteful and inefficient in its giving. The other has much more to do than money to do it, began and operates on a shoestring. A model of efficiency.
If who you are matters more to you than what you earn, you should be supporting and promoting the Super Wisdom Foundation… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 25, 2010 at 4:47pm —
Dan Caro on Drums - by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
This week you’ll have the opportunity to get a copy of Dan Caro’s life story—The Gift of Fire: How I Made Adversity Work for Me. Dan is a professional jazz drummer and inspirational speaker and a man of exquisite courage and spirit. You saw him play the drums on my most recent… Continue
Added by Marianne on February 25, 2010 at 4:15pm —
I have a dream. The dream has become my goal. As hundreds of thousands of my U.S. brothers and sisters sacrifice for the global ambitions of corporate power and their Washington puppets, an equal number can be motivated to send a few Emails to end the madness. I know this is a great deal to ask of those unaccustomed to sacrifice, yet I am bold enough to set a five year goal to make it happen.
When we are non political we have forfeited sovereignty and citizenship. The forfeiture need… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 25, 2010 at 1:50pm —
Our corporate educations have left gaps through which one can drive a truck. People believing a diploma, equivalency degree or college degree testifies they have completed an education. In truth, it has barely begun.
The great problem comes because people who believe they are educated have put it all behind them and all they need is a job on the great plantation, a house, a mate and a car. They become pseudo citizens who largely do as they are told by people who appear to know better… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 25, 2010 at 1:08pm —
On 19 October, 2006, Daniel Ellsberg published a confession. In 1964 he had in his possession secret State documents which if made public could have prevented the Vietnam War. He made them public in 1971. Richard Clark has admitted he was in possession of secret State documents in 2002 which if made public could have prevented the war in Iraq. He confessed in 2006.
Implied as a major cause of emotional turmoil in Ellsberg's confession was his loyalty oath. The oath requires one's… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 25, 2010 at 11:21am —
Added by Marianne on February 25, 2010 at 7:44am —
If we plan to survive, we have to eat. Organic is survival food. Super organic is thrival food. We see organic carries a premium that can approach 100% of the poison "food". Now why should anyone have to pay twice the price of poison for real food? Simple, to keep it available just in case we tire of poison. Let's shop 50/50 and save a few bucks. Would this world be better off with the average shopper running it? What is the point in knowing the cost of… Continue
Added by Ed Howes on February 24, 2010 at 7:12pm —