Thursday, December 15, 2016

Japanese water therapy

Japanese people have known this simple practice for centuries (if not for thousands of years!) and have been using it to cure many health conditions, from headaches to even cancer. We all know that water is essential for life and its benefits are undeniable for our health as all of our organs require water to function smoothly. However, why don’t we take advantage of this important, effective and healthy element that nature offers us, which we have at our disposal?
We often tend to overcomplicate things when it comes to taking care of our bodies while a few simple steps can go a long way in taking care of our health. One easy way of ensuring it is simply by drinking enough water on an empty stomach first thing in the morning!

The water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical society as a 100% cure for many diseases. According to the Japanese tradition, the practice of drinking water on an empty stomach should be done regularly and different time frames are predicted to treat, improve or control different conditions.Headaches, body aches, heart system problems, arthritis, fast heart beat, epilepsy, excess fatness, bronchitis asthma, TB, meningitis, kidney and urine diseases, vomiting, gastritis, diarrhea, piles, diabetes, constipation, all eye diseases, womb cancer and menstrual disorders; ear/nose and throat diseases… all can be cured with water according to the Japanese.
The number of days required for the water treatment to work differs depending on the health issue – some take longer than the others, but if we can cure such serious problems with just water, we need to understand that it can’t be done overnight!
  1. High Blood Pressure – 30 days
  2. Gastric – 10 days
  3. Diabetes – 30 days
  4. Constipation – 10 days
  5. Cancer – 180 days
  6. TB – 90 days
Water basically washes all of the toxins out of your body and cleanses your blood, kidneys and other organs. The more often you go to the bathroom the better, as all of the junk keeps getting cleared out of your system. The more water you drink the more cleansed your body will be! Drinking plenty of water has always been one of the secrets behind a glowing skin. Drinking water also improves the creation of new blood cells as well as muscle cells, and helps you in losing weight.
  Water purifies the colon and improves the stomach’s chances to absorb nutrients properly. A better digestive system automatically takes care of a lot of other things. When you drink plenty of water, you feel the urge to move your bowels. Therefore, drinking a glass of water on an empty stomach can help you regulate your digestive tract and clear your body of any waste.

Dehydration is one of the main causes of headaches and other nasty experiences, so drinking a lot of water will help you prevent dehydration and, therefore, headaches.

Symptoms of dehydration include:
  • Increased thirst
  • Dry mouth and swollen tongue
  • Weakness
  • Dizziness
  • Palpitations (feeling that the heart is jumping or pounding)
  •  Sluggishness
  • Fainting
  • Inability to sweat
  • Decreased urine output
“So… what is this magical treatment all about and how do I start?”
  1. As you wake up in the morning even before brushing your teeth, drink 4 x 160ml glasses of water
  2. Brush and clean the mouth afterward but do not eat or drink anything for 45 minutes
  3. After 45 minutes you may eat and drink as normal.
  4. 15 minutes after breakfast, lunch and dinner do not eat or drink anything for 2 hours
  5. Those who are old or sick and are unable to drink 4 glasses of water at the beginning may commence by taking a little water and gradually increase it to 4 glasses per day.
A similar tradition is actually also known in India. In Sanskrit, the practice is called Usha Paana Chikitsa, which roughly translates as ‘early morning water treatment’. The difference is that the Indian (Ayurvedic) version recommends drinking 1.5 liters of water on an empty stomach.
So… drink lots of water and stay healthy!
By Anastasia T.
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Friday, November 11, 2016


„Bad officials are the ones elected by good citizens who do not vote.”

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Remember kindness!

For more pls visit:Chuck Palahniuk
“It's so hard to forget pain, but it's even harder to remember sweetness. We have no scar to show for happiness. We learn so little from peace.”
Chuck Palahniuk, Diary

Monday, October 10, 2016

3 of my favorite manifesting magnets

    1.      Put a gratitude alarm on your phone that says "What am I grateful for right now?"
             (gratitude is the gateway to positive manifesting)...

    2      Decide every day to do 1 small thing for someone else
            (you instantly align yourself with positive flow when you do)...

    3.     Choose an empowering image and use it as the wallpaper on your phone,
            tablet and computer (this creates a trigger to put you in a state of positive
            vibration and manifestation)...

Kristen Howe

Saturday, September 10, 2016

Celebrate your struggle

The only one who doesn't struggle is the one who doesn't grow. So if you are struggling right now, see it as
a terrific sign - and celebrate your struggle.


Sunday, August 28, 2016

The worry

The worry is a misuse of the imagination
Dan Zadra

Wednesday, July 20, 2016


...when regret is sincere, an apology to another
need not be accepted.

Seek to speak purely from your heart. When you have
made a mistake, erred as all humans do, admit it, feel
your regret as your inner truth, share it with those who
matter in the incident, and ask forgiveness. But do not require
it in order to move on in peace.

Another person's forgiveness is not what is needed.
Only your own. If the distress you caused was
unintentional, say you are sorry, then hold in a place of
love for those who will not forgive you. It may be a larger
hurt they are healing.

Thursday, June 9, 2016

How are you?

When it comes to answering the question "How are you?" when we use a default answer like "fine" or "good" it is we are avoiding connection and/or potential confrontation.

 I know at least for me, there used to be a little voice in the back of my mind that said, "They don't REALLY care how I am. She was just being nice. It's her job at the store to ask those questions."
 Sometimes that was true. I could sense that the person didn't care. But that doesn't change the fact that a part of me was afraid to engage the other person. What did it matter? We'd only talk for 10 seconds anyway. Why bother being open and vulnerable?
It wasn't until a few years ago that I decided to make my best conscious effort to answer "How are you?" honestly. Some days that means I'm wonderful, delighted, having a great day, or simply feeling well.

 Other days, I answer more somberly. For example, I'll tell people that I am "Tired,"  "Sad," "Very upset" or "I'm having a really difficult day/week/month/holiday season." Sometimes people don't know how to respond to that.

Answering "How are you?" candidly is out of the norm. Unexpected. Vulnerable. All the things that people usually try to avoid (consciously or subconsciously).

 The thing is, when we answer unconsciously with socially expected and accepted responses, we become robbers.

We rob the other person of the opportunity to engage with the world in a more alive way. We rob ourselves of that same opportunity. We also rob ourselves of living presently, consciously, and authentically.

 We rob ourselves and others of the opportunity to make new friends, new connections, share our experiences and insights, and most importantly - share our our humanity.

It is risky to be vulnerable.

 Part of us fears rejection. Part of us worries about what the other person will think if we were REALLY candid about how we are.

 Those are normal aspects of our social survival instincts. It's the pack mentality that says "If I don't conform to what I think others expect of me, I might not get what I want. I might be rejected. I might not survive."

It doesn't just happen in supermarkets and stores though. This is most readily seen in social functions with family, friends, coworkers. It happens in almost every walk of life where "How are you?" is a frequent question.

 In those contexts most people rarely answer honestly. "Good" and "great" become coverups for the real inner thoughts like "My life is in total shambles and I'm grateful just to be out of the house. Would you please pour me a glass of that wine?"

Being open and candid is not easy. Few of us were given working examples, the tools, and the support to be vulnerable, authentic, and candid.

 Fortunately, every day we have an opportunity to change that in a safe way.

 Where and how?

The supermarket :)

Next time somebody asks you "How are you?" pause for a brief moment and answer honestly.

 See how the moment unfolds. It may feel uncomfortable at first, but I guarantee you this: Do it enough times, and you will experience ever increasing degrees of inner freedom and peace.

Because you're no longer silencing the true essential nature of yourself that WANTS to be authentic and connect with others...

 Even if it be for just a brief moment.

Your Partner In Connecting Authentically,
 Chris Cade

P.S. After you answer, remember to ask the other person how he or she is. Ask honestly and listen to the response.

 You'll be amazed how many people are willing to also be candid, open up, and connect when you give them a live working example to follow and a compassionate smile to support them.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

The most useless question in the universe

"Why?" is the most useless question in the universe.
The only question with any meaning is "What?"

Asking "Why is this happening?" can only disempower
you. Asking "What do I want to make of this?"
does exactly the opposite.

Here is a great secret: the Why of anything
is to produce the What of everything.

Think about that for a moment. In fact,
think about it for the rest of the day.


Sunday, April 10, 2016

Who are you?

P.S: The difference between pleasure and freedom is the distance from here to the moon.
Byron Katie

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

7 Spiritual Laws of Success

The Law of Pure Potentiality
Take time to be silent, to just BE. Meditate for 30 minutes twice a day. Silently witness the intelligence within every living thing. Practice non-judgment.

MONDAY The Law of Giving
Today, bring whoever you encounter a gift: a compliment or flower. Gratefully receive gifts. Keep wealth circulating by giving and receiving care, affection, appreciation and love.

TUESDAY The Law of Karma
Every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind. Choosing actions that bring happiness and success to others ensures the flow of happiness and success to you.

The Law of Least Effort
Accept people, situations, and events as they occur. Take responsibility for your situation and for all events seen as problems. Relinquish the need to defend your point of view.

The Law of Intention and Desire
Inherent in every intention and desire is the mechanics for its fulfillment. Make a list of desires. Trust that when things don’t seem to go your way, there is a reason.
FRIDAY The Law of Detachment
Allow yourself and others the freedom to be who they are. Do not force solutions—allow solutions to spontaneously emerge. Uncertainty is essential, and your path to freedom.

SATURDAY The Law of Dharma
Seek your higher Self. Discover your unique talents. Ask yourself how you are best suited to serve humanity. Using your unique talents and serving others brings unlimited bliss and abundance.

Deepak Chopra,
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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Time is bringing changes!

   Sometimes It is difficult to face with the fact, that with these - sometimes painful - changes we are  making place for a “new good”.
   When the pain put a dark fog on our life we might forget the light.
Our fantastic method 3in1 Concepts helps us to come back to it and remember that -no matter what happens- we support the light!
   Then the fog disappears since we allowed the light to help us out from the situation.
This is, why I’m teaching and working with 3in1 Concepts!
   Wish you to enjoy the changes you decided to make in your life and be opened for the new joyful challenges the light will definitely bring you!
   Greta Balajthy
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Tuesday, January 5, 2016

5 Tibetan exercises

 The fountain of youth might be found in the ancient Tibetan five rites. The Tibetan five rites are a set of exercises with endless anti-aging and stress-reducing benefits.

   Each of the five rites is made up of a set of movements that are repeated 21 times. When practiced daily, the five rites are said to enhance mental clarity and memory, balance hormones, improve health and support emotional well-being.

 The rites stimulate the chakras (the seven energy centers of the body) and increase a flow of energy from the core outward.

Endocrine system
Chakras have a physical manifestation as well. Gary Osborn, for instance, has described the chakras as metaphysical counterparts to the endocrine glands, while Anodea Judith noted a marked similarity between the positions of the two and the roles described for each. Stephen Sturgess also links the lower six chakras to specific nerve plexuses along the spinal cord as well as glands.

    Practice basic diaphragmatic breathing before beginning the exercises.
    It is important to connect the breath with the flow of the exercises.
    Start with three reps of each movement and each week increase by 3 till you reach 21 reps.

For good result practice every day, do not miss a single day. In case you can not make the 21 rpts at least make 3 and as soon as it is possible make the optimal 21repeats again.
For a better result you  can make the exercises twice a day.   

For more please visit:
Peter Kelder: Five Tibetan Rites
Peter Kelder: Ancient Secret Of the Fountain Of Youth

Video:The 5 Tibetan Rites - Do it Along