Lucid Dreaming / It's All About the Chemistry

Lucid Dreaming Ever since I first tried LSD, I had hoped to get a fully discontinuous out-of-body experience from it— a journey into another reality. It didn’t take long for me to realize LSD was not the answer to make this happen. I still kept trying to see if I could ever get a good trip, but even if I did, I was always aware of being in my body, in this reality, and I felt all messed up. Hallucinations were weird and scary, but I thought back to that night I floated out of my body and could see that I had still never reached the goal. I was very fortunate to find a copy of Lucid Dreaming by Dr. Stephen LaBerge in a bookstore. The subtitle read “How to Become Awake and Aware in Your Dreams

Dr. Greger's Daily Dozen - How Not to Die

Beans 3 servings per day Berries 1 serving per day Other Fruits 3 Cruciferous Vegetables 1 Greens 2 Other Vegetables 2 Flaxseeds 1 Nuts 1 Spices 1 Whole grains 3 Beverages 5 Exercise 1 1. BEANS SOY Better than tofu would be a whole soy food like tempeh. I do like to slice it thin, dip it into a thick flax mixture (see here

Chinese Reflexology

Lesson 1. Some of the most common points where people experience energy blocks: #5 - Temporal Area #8 - Eye #11 - Lung #14 - Stomach #18 - Kidney #22 - Spleen (left sole only) Do your best to locate these points on your feet. While it is a little tricky figuring out which point is which, don't be discouraged. These reflexology charts are based on my feet, which happen to be short and wide, so if you don't have stubby flippers too, the location of your reflexology points may be slightly different. Starting with the temporal area point on your left foot, press your thumb firmly on the point for ONE second or less. Because you're pressing to test the sensitivity of the point, it is not ne

Medical Medium

Type 2 Diabetes and Hypoglycemia The fundamental fuel for your body is glucose, a simple sugar that provides all your cells with the energy they need to function, heal, grow, and thrive. The central nervous system runs on it, as does every organ in the body, including the heart. Glucose is what we use to build and sustain muscle, and it performs vital functions. Cells need help from your pancreas to access the glucose. Pancreas constantly monitors your bloodstream. When it detects a rise in glucose, it responds by producing insulin. Insulin attaches to cells and signals them to open up and absorb the glucose from your blood. Insulin: ● allows your cells to get the energy they need. ● en