Universal Vision: Soul Evolution & Cosmic Plan November 12, 2016Posted by Corinne Coster in Uncategorized.
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An awesome book filled with so many tools that you’ll want to read it and read it again!
Adapted from Scott Mandelker’s ET Journal, Universal Vision is a grand synthesis of advanced knowledge on cosmic life, human evolution, and the principles of spiritual growth. It includes essays on Wanderers and ET agendas, Earth Changes and survival, plus new teachings on meditation, Higher Self, self-healing, and the 7 chakras — as well as reader mail, personal stories, extensive Q-&-A sections, charts and outlines. Universal Vision also includes advanced teaching, applications, and commentary on The RA Material.
“Universal Vision is a cosmic tool box, filled with dozens of practical, useful spiritual instruments designed to enable you to build a solid bridge to the future — a bridge structured to support your soul’s evolution in a union with the universe and All That is.”
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Cancer Alternative Protocol ~ Dr Gonzalez’s work August 12, 2016Posted by Corinne Coster in conscious diet, Consciousness, Healing, nutrition, Se guérir.
Tags: Coffee enemas & detox protocols, Diet & Cancer nutrition, Dr Gonzalez-Cancer protocol, Dr Kelley-Cancer protocol, Enzymes supplement for health, Free from the matrix, No One Diet fits All
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A genius and a great compassionate soul has left this plane a year ago (July, 2015): Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez
This great man and his clinic were able through an alternative protocol to reverse with great success most cancer… For those interested in that matter I would suggest to listen to the video below where Dr. Gonzalez summarized his work and his protocol made of common sense, in the intent of helping his patients and not for profit as some other industries do.
His protocol is quite simple:
- Good diet adapted to the person’s type (ie: Sympathetic – Parasympathetic – Balanced) which helps nourish the body
- Enzymes supplementation to dissolve the invaders (ie: tumors…)
- Detox phase to help the liver throw away toxins (ie: coffee enemas…)
Most of Dr. Gonzalez work was founded on the research of many great researchers before him, like Dr. Weston Price, Dr. Pattinger, Dr. William Kelley… For more information, you can check below some additional links, although youtube too has lots of videos on all these researchers and their foundational groundbreaking works.
May you be well and Happy!
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Myths & Truths About Nutrition February 11, 2016Posted by Corinne Coster in conscious diet, nutrition, reblogged, Se guérir, Truth.
Tags: Myths about nutrition
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Myth: Heart disease in America is caused by consumption of cholesterol and saturated fat from animal products.
Truth: During the period of rapid increase in heart disease (1920-1960), American consumption of animal fats declined but consumption of hydrogenated and industrially processed vegetable fats increased dramatically. (USDA-HNI)
Myth: Saturated fat clogs arteries.
Truth: The fatty acids found in artery clogs are mostly unsaturated (74%) of which 41% are polyunsaturated. (Lancet 1994 344:1195)
Myth: Vegetarianism is healthy.
Truth: The annual all-cause death rate of vegetarian men is slightly more than that of non-vegetarian men (.93% vs .89%); the annual death rate of vegetarian women is significantly more than that of non-vegetarian women (.86% vs .54%) (Am J Clin Nutr 1982 36:873)
Myth: Vitamin B12 can be obtained from certain plant sources such as blue-green algae and soy products.
Truth: Vitamin B12 is not absorbed…
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Tags: Blood pressure, good salt, Truth, unhealthy refined sugar
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It looks as though medicine has been fingering the wrong guy when it comes to heart disease prevention and lowering blood pressure. For years we’ve been told that salt is the major villain, but it appears that sugars in processed foods—and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) in particular—may be the real culprit.
Not only is the case against the salt/blood pressure theory unproven, it may have done some harm. In fact, we need to consume between 3 and 6 g of salt every day for optimum health, and amounts below that could be bad for our health, reckon researchers from St Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas.
Both salt and sugars are often found in most processed foods—but the sugars are the problem. HFCS is singled out by the researchers because it is the most frequently-used sweetener in processed foods, and especially fruit-flavored and fizzy drinks. Sugar-sweetened drinks account…
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