It’s gorgeous outside; the traditional December weather has given over to a steady stream of sun-bright days filling our Washington skies with brilliance. It’s fantastic. We’re fortunate this year; it’s a wonderful way to end 2011.
A common theme this year has been an underlying feeling of ‘low vitality, a lack of energy’ and not feeling a hundred percent. (The gray skies of the NW only add to the feeling, therefore the blue of early winter is gloriously healthy!) It’s ubiquitous really, fairly universal these days, people not having the physical stamina and resistance to viruses, bacteria, allergies, dis-ease. It’s interesting and due to several important reasons from my perspective of which I’ll briefly describe.
One of course is the fuel we put into our bodies; not something everyone pays close attention to, finding instead the quick fix to satisfy the cravings at any given moment instead of seeking nourishing food. The holidays make this even more challenging. Two, lack of exercise. Yes the continuing themes. Three , outside influences from emotional stress . Plain and simple; stress impacts our health in every cell of our body. Four, environmental stress in our surroundings, i.e. electromagnetic frequency interference from cell phones, microwaves, to computers, HARPP. Five, our immune strength is just plain low. The thymus gland, located in the upper central portion of our chest, is the master immune gland of the endocrine system, produces and educates T-cells which are critical to adaptive immune systems. It is operating below standard. Not good!
1. Eat well; especially important when there are too many tempting delectable delights that will take your pancreas, digestive and immune strength plummeting into the nether regions. Do you know that sugar impacts your immune system almost immediately dropping vitality instantly? Truth.
2. Get out and exercise if only to walk a dozen times around the shopping mall while purchasing those last minute gifts, gets your blood circulating throughout your body.
3. Surround yourself with positive and loving people; let those who are emotionally draining, negative and unhealthy spend time with others of the same ilk. Life is too short to be in destructive relationships; instead utilize this time for positive sharing. Be mindful of stress and learn to say no when it is appropriate. Keep your boundaries strong and stay true to your inner dialogue. You always know what is in your best interests especially when you listen to your heart.
4. Utilize old fashion copper; pennies are a wonderful buffer from electromagnetic charge and frequencies which disrupt the electrical systems of the body. Put some around your computer, keep several in your pockets and consider a copper bracelet for balance.
5. Be Tarzan, literally. Thump your chest like Tarzan to keep your thymus gland active and happy. This invigorates the gland, motivating it to do its job. Consider wearing a stone or gem over this area of the upper chest, something turquoise or light blue, such as larimar, the dolphin stone, to create armor and/or a keep around your thymus. (Remember ancient Egyptian kings and queens always wore a breast plate.) We are bombarded by frequencies not of our choosing such as HARPP (just google for more information); anything we can do to ward off unwanted energetic ‘hits’ will support our health. Boosting our systems is a real boon for this continued shift in consciousness.
This is the location for a new chakra slowly awakening in our bodies, syncing the thymus gland and the energetic heart; another reason this is the bodily location taking direct hits from so many directions. Turquoise is an amalgamation of the green heart chakra merging with the blue throat chakra. It has the potential to create discomfort in the body as it expands and becomes energized; if you have felt any irritation, pressure, bronchial stress, or pain in this area, it could mean the beginning of the chakra expansion. Only a few souls/bodies have this chakra opened, yet it is forthcoming event.
6. Think green, be green. Literally eat as many dark green leafy veggies as you can muster as they are some of the best warriors to uplift the body’s systems. Take chlorophyll for added support; it’s fantastic for digestive health – it’s like adding green cosmic energy to your veins and cells.
As your energy regroups and expands, your immune system becomes stronger, dis-ease and discomfort fall away and life grows larger. Dreams become possible. What a lovely concept to carry into 2012!
Make it your reality.
Cosmic sunshine to you always!
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I do accept as true with all of the concepts you have offered to your post. They’re really convincing and can certainly work. Still, the posts are very short for beginners. May just you please lengthen them a bit from next time? Thank you for the post.
Thank you for your feedback. I really appreciate you taking the time to comment. I thank you for suggesting I write longer posts; my concern is to not over burden anyone with time constraints as most schedules are so full. Today’s blog will be longer so thank you for the support. All the best for a prosperous 2012! 🙂