Do You Know How To Breathe To Calm Yourself & Diminish Stress?

The solution to stress lies within us. Nature has given us a defense mechanism with which to diminish the harmful effects of stress: breathing. It’s incredible but we have become so “civilized” that we have to relearn how to breath properly.

Our emotional well being is directly linked to the rhythmic flow of our breathing.

The breathing of a person who is upset is rapid and shallow, and it’s localized in the chest. The breathing of a relaxed person sinks to the abdomen.

Since emotions are directly linked to the breath, a good way to calm ourselves is by regulating our breathing. There are different types of breathing practices that can be done to diminish agitation, stop thoughts or to just simply induce a feeling of calmness…

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This Financial Bubble Is 8 Times Bigger Than the 2008 Subprime Crisis

I follow a lot of financial news from a wide range of sources. Some of those sources share fascinating knowledge about the economy and financial markets that the mass media does not even come close to reporting on, yet they can instill fear in people by only focusing on the problems. That’s why I do not share their articles or videos. We must not get sucked into all the drama out there, yet we must expand our awareness of how darkness tries to control humanity. It’s a delicate balance between awareness and inner power that comes from inner balance.

The posts I do share are from authors who, I think, help to expand people’s knowledge without instilling fear. Simon Black is a case in point. He 1) explains complex knowledge in a very easy-to-understand language and 2) offers practical solutions on what people can do to empower themselves financially –which includes more than only buying precious metals, like gold. (Simon lives in Chile and offers a wealth advice on living and investing abroad.*)

When we expand our awareness, we can make wiser decisions because we’re better informed–we can see the bigger picture. Awareness of both light and darkness, empowers us on all levels, period. Deception and half-truths keep us in the dark. If we ignore that darkness exist, we become prey. Enjoy his post below.

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U.S. Ominous New Trends

In the first 15 minutes of this video, you get an overview of how the real state of the economy, corruption and the unprecedented decline in business and job creation is affecting most Americans.

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June–The Theme Is Adaptability!

The main theme for June is ADAPTABILITY!

You do not have to like some of the things that are happening, you just have to stop resisting them. Resistance requires a lot of energy that can be better spent elsewhere. This is a choice. If you really embraced the lessons around trust last month, you should find yourself in a place of greater acceptance and flexibility. Resistance is fear based and usually accompanied by negative emotions such as anger, martyrdom, judgment, resentment and blame. It can cause depression and anxiety negating inspiration, enthusiasm and your zest for life.

Adaptability is the ability to take a current situation or circumstance that is either unfamiliar or somehow unacceptable, and instead of resisting or blocking it, accepting and allowing it through your own choice. Instead of putting all of your energy into resistance and judgment, choose instead to put it into being resourceful and proactive

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More Americans Living With Parents Than With a Romantic Partner For First Time Since 1880

If you’ve read my past posts on finance, it’s probably becoming clearer to you how the economy has deteriorated in unprecedented ways. The rules that govern our “free market” system have been just about wiped out.

The lifeblood of entrepreneurship (capital), has been redirected away from the creation of jobs and new business.

Many people confuse the wealth earned by people who actually create new products and services with the wealth skimmed by financiers.

America’s economic illness has a name: financialization. It’s a term for the trend by which Wall Street leads by investing capital in self-serving investments that generate no new products/services, no new jobs and no improvements in productivity–the only engine that generates widespread wealth and prosperity.

Here’s an example of how financiers are destroying the U.S. and global economy.

Financiers borrow billions of dollars in nearly free money via Federal Reserve easy credit (essentially our money) and using the cash to buy back corporate shares, boosting the value of stock owned by insiders and management: no new products/services, no new jobs and no improvements in productivity.

I know that this post is more complex than most articles I share.

But, I believe it’s important to wake up and be aware on ALL levels. Being aware of one’s adversary, opponent or potential threats helps us to be prepared. It empowers us to make more informed decisions so that we are not caught off -guard. A warrior is never taken by surprise.

This article by Michael Krieger shows a snapshot of how the destruction of our free market economy has impacted the average person. The article titled “More Americans Living With Parents Than With a Romantic Partner For First Time Since 1880” may inspire you to expand your income possibilities and not rely on wages for income.

In upcoming posts, I’ll be writing about entrepreneur opportunities that may inspire you. I suggest using your creative thinking skills to plan how to diversify your family’s income sources.

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Sun Medicine Secrets Revealed (Part 1 of 2)

In this post, find a fascinating video about the myths we’ve been told about the sun and sun treatments by a Nobel Prize winner and medical doctors–almost forgotten sun medicine secrets!

In the book The Healing Sun, author Dr. Richard Hobday documents a wide array of studies which show that the sun protects against cancer of the breast, colon, ovaries and prostate. It can also prevent diabetes, multiple sclerosis, heart disease and high blood pressure, osteoporosis, psoriasis and seasonal affective disorder (SAD).

Then there’s the case of Dr. Harland G. Call, who was diagnosed with skin cancer and was advised by a surgeon to have it removed. Instead, he decided to sunbath the cancerous area.

After a short period of continuous sunbathing, the skin cancer was completely gone. He returned to his MD for a confirmation, and his doctor confirmed that the skin cancer had disappeared and no surgery was required.

According to Dr. Bernarr Zovluck, “Cancer is helped by sunbathing, writes Dr. Zane R. Kime. Kime writes that those who get more sunlight have less cancer. Sunbathing heals cancer by building up the immune system and increasing the oxygen in the tissues.”

Still, we’re bombarded almost daily with dire “warnings” from reputable “authorities” admonishing us, for our own good of course, to avoid the sun at all costs.

Watch out for my next post where you’ll find out how to use the sun to help heal the body and mind.

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“How can I know who I am, when I am all this?”

“How can I know who I am, when I am all this?” he said, sweeping the surroundings with a gesture of his head.
– Don Juan Matus, Journey to Ixtlan.

Early man, and seers like don Juan, conceived of their reality as multi-dimensional. They knew they held within themselves the very same elements as their surroundings. They knew they were connected with the stones, rain, wind, trees, plants, animals, stars and merged their consciousness with nature. They communicated with nature and lived by the wisdom of the Spirit that moves through all things.

The ancients saw their universe as multiple, with consciousness existing in myriad of layers, unseen to the eye of the average man; seen only with the inner eye of the seer.

Contrast this with our dominant belief in a ‘one-dimensional’ world view. We are taught the concept of ‘one’ way of being and ‘one’ reality existing at a time. This gives rise to separation from our surroundings and each other, to narrowing our vast talents into a socially accepted groove, to thinking in limited ways–to perceiving life in linear ways…

We can integrate spiritual truths into our daily life to expand our ways of thinking and empowering ourselves. In my audiobook, The Warrior Spirit, I explain how we tend to limit ourselves with linear ways of thinking when it comes to financial goals.

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An Inspiring Story About Joe

This story is not only about the incredible determination and resiliency of one man to overcome an incredible challenge.  It also shares insights about one thing we can do to effect change in the world.  You probably won’t be able to guess what that is, so read on to find out. Here’s the story that…

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Bitcoin –One Of the Biggest Black Swans in Financial History

Bitcoin is one of the biggest black swans in financial history. Bitcoin is a form of digital currency, created and held electronically. No one controls it. It’s open source code. Transactions are made with no middle men – meaning, no banks.

As people become more aware about the dangers and deceit in the banking industry, Bitcoin is becoming popular as an alternative to banks–or as a way to diversify finances and not have all one’s assets in one place.

The video in this post provides 9 reasons why the Open Source Bitcoin network should continue to outcompete Private Blockchains being created by banks, central banks and government.

There are no transaction fees and no need to give your real name. More merchants are beginning to accept them: You can make everyday purchases such as webhosting services and food. International payments are easy and cheap because Bitcoins are not tied to any country or subject to governmental regulation. Some people just buy bitcoins as a way to diversify their long-term investments.

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Priest says “Hell is an invention of the church to control people with fear.”

Religions invent concepts just like every other creative human enterprise, and they have unleashed some remarkably harmful ideas onto humanity. The teachings that aim to control people and keep them subservient are the dangerous ones because they limit people’s awareness of the possible paths for spiritual evolution and personal freedom.

One example is the Christian belief of heaven and hell. The concept of heaven and hell has been so ingrained into the human psyche that many people cannot see beyond this limiting paradigm to any other possibility. Retired Episcopal bishop John Shelby Spong, however, doesn’t believe in the myth of hell. During a nationally televised interview, he shared why convincing the flock to believe in the concept of hell is absolutely critical to the Church’s survival.

I believe his intention for doing the interview is to inspire people to be empowered and strengthen their direct connection with the Creator. We can choose to bypass the middle men and have a direct, deeply personal relationship with the Creator in our day-to-day lives.

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