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Owen and Haatchi

Owen has the sweetest little voice, telling the story of how he and Haatchi met.

And Haatchi is about to launch into a career, comforting veterans who have undergone amputations. With Owen?

Winners of the Crufts “Friends for Life” award!

Falling apart

Hallelujah for people who are willing to make changes when things are not working!

This week I had a session with somebody who, in her own words, is falling apart. She has received several disturbing test results and is scheduled for an operation.

There’s no point giving somebody good advice if they’re not open to receiving it and acting on it. So I asked her what approach felt comfortable for her – putting herself in the hands of experts (whether western medical doctors or alternative healers) or actively doing things herself to bring about healing changes (along with appropriate help from doctors and practitioners). She opted for getting going with helping herself, along with guidance from her various health practitioners.

In case there’s somebody else out there who would like to make some life-changing improvements, here’s a quick list of things I shared with my client that she could begin with – based on what I would start with if I were falling apart:

1. Food and water

What kind of food are you eating? What kind of water do you drink?

  • You might want to read about healthy structured water (www.cnswater.com) and start drinking and bathing in structured water.
  • I would immediately get onto a low-fat, low-protein vegan organic dietstyle.  21DayKickstart.org and PCRM.org – these websites will help you get started on a healthier way of eating. Then keep going with refining your vegan dietstyle more and more (I’ve been vegetarian since the 60s and vegan since the 80s – I’m still learning and refining!). Make sure you make it fun. Read more…

A shift in perspective

Movies and books can be a great way to get us out of our self and our own particular brand of suffering. I’m thinking of stories about people who have overcome great odds – illness, disability, injuries: we get a graphic reminder that our own challenges are not so bad after all… And if they are bad, then we are reminded that we are not alone – other people have also struggled against overpowering odds. Read more…

UK animal voiceovers

Free of pain for 2-3 hours – by belly laughing! Read more…

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