How to determine what what is Unhealthy for your Vibrational Frequency?

In order for one to vibrate at a higher level, the body requires more energy to do so. Could this be why people who live in a physically abundant state of mind are able to eat less energetic foods while not feeling tired quickly? I was just wondering… why do I feel so depleted all the time, even when I do intake lots of vitamins? Could it be this cyst sucking out most of my energy similar to a black hole within my own existence? Or does it mean that humans require more energy to sustain the type of life that society requires from us? That is why we have artificial means such as coffee, etc.

I remember reading a book that stated… one must be careful when he/she uses tools of a higher energy frequency because he/she can injure his/herself. How can a person of lower frequency injure himself? This is what triggered me to think about how people need more energy in order to vibe at a higher frequency.

My message to all spiritual persons, whether Christian, Muslim, Jewish, whatever:

Look at your way of life and what you eat. Observe how you breath. Ask yourself, do these things help you vibrate at a higher level? Do these things give you greater energy? Does anything deplete your energy?

If you find that many things deplete your energy, then you are not meant to exist in a higher level energy space. And if you try to force it while going against the grain, you will feel depleted unless you find extra energy via other sources. Caffeine eventually depletes your vitamin levels. I am not refering to this type of source. And simply because several sources make you feel energetic, it does not mean it’s a true source of energy. Those artificial means simply lower your energy from your existing core frequency and depletes it while shifting concentrating into specific place in the body causing that boost. The energy that is needed has to come from outside your body.

One way to get external energy is to replenish yourself in meditation. And the other is through our physical lower level worlds, such as foods and air. Since we are dual beings, we need energy from the etherial and physical worlds. This is why meditation is so important. Religious leaders who do not put equal emphasis on the physical nutrients as on the spiritual nutrients are misguided. The less toxic the body is the closer to God you can become. Why? Because there are less blockages preventing God’s energetic flow from entering every cell within your body. Exercise is the tool that allows us to remain pliable. Being pliable is important for the existing energy to flow easily throughout your entire state of being.

My daily reminder:

I need to equally put importance on is my meditations as I do nutrition. Exercise needs to become a daily part of my life as well to release any blockages and energetic knots.

Also see this article for more detailed information on Vibrational Frequency and Magnetic Energy of the Body:
http://lucys6.blogspot.com/2011/12/vibrational-frequency-positive-negative.html

Be in the Moment

Life is an experience and journey, not a destination. In order to be totally at peace and living in bliss, one must live in the present moment. Stop what you are doing now. What do you smell? What do you hear? What colors are the lights around you? How are you breathing? Can you feel your heart beating? Are your toes cold or hot? Be in the moment.

There are many books that teach meditation. But one thing most books fail to teach is that meditation is a personal experience. One must visualize a scene, place, object or thing that makes them most at peace and feeling in total bliss. Hold on to that visual, and now take slow breathes in and out evenly through the nose. What are you smelling in that perfect scene? What are you hearing in that perfect scene? What are feeling on your skin from that perfect scene? Be in the moment of that scene.

Meditation is about practice and habit. If you want to run a marathon, you have to be diligent and work your body out everyday in a specific pattern. The same goes for meditation. Try 5 minutes your first few days. Another exercise that a spiritual mentor once taught me was to focus on a flame of a free-standing candle. Every time a thought comes into mind, dispense it by refocusing on the colors of the flame – the beauty of the flame and its aura. You will know when you are ready to go a step further into meditation without the use of the candle. No time limit can be put on you. Remember its exercise. Your body and mind will let you know.

Another key element of meditation is to allow yourself to change your perception of time. Honestly, there is no such thing as time if you really think about. Time is solely based on the universes planetary rotations around major energy forces. Throw out resolutions out the window. Start today on improving your spirits. Start slow if you have to. You can not do a crash course on spiritual awakening. You can not force your awakening either. When humans are children, some children develop faster than others but in the end we all reach a common place for the most part. Embrace that journey of learning and experiencing the moments. All those past moments happen to develop us for our life’s long purpose.

I apologise to my readers for not writing in a long time. I have overcome some health issues. And at a later date I will share my story and experience of my illness and how I found a way to recover. I am sure my story will be able to heal thousands of woman across the country.

True Health vs Artificial Health

Everyday, I am amazed about what I learn on the body, the medical industry, the FDA, technology and old holistic ways of our ancestors that have existed for thousands and thousands of years. It almost seems as if we have been in the dark ages since the Library of Alexandria was destroyed by Napoleon. My assessment exists regardless of our superior technology. It’s as if humans are not spiritually ready to handle the technology that is available to us.

I would like to share some paragraphs from medical doctor, Alexis Carrel’s (1873-1944), “Man, the Unknown”.

“There are, as we know, two kinds of health, natural and artificial. Scientific medicine has given to man artificial health, and protection against most infectious diseases. It is a marvelous gift. But man is not content with health that is only lack of malady and depends on special diets, chemicals, endocrine products, vitamins, periodical medical examinations, and the expensive attention of hospitals, doctors, and nurses. He wants natural health, which comes from resistance to infectious and degenerative diseases, from equilibrium of the nervous system. He must be constructed so as to live without thinking about his health. Medicine will achieve its greatest triumph when it discovers the means of rendering the body and the mind naturally immune to diseases, fatigue, and fear. In remaking modern human beings we must endeavor to give them the freedom and the happiness engendered by the perfect soundness or organic and mental activities.

Artificial health does not suffice for human happiness. Medical examinations, medical care, are troublesome and often ineffectual. Drugs and hospitals are expensive. Men and women are constantly in need of small repairs, although they appear to be in good health. They are not well and strong enough to play their part of human beings fully. The growing dissatisfaction of the public with the medical profession is, in some measure, due to the existence of this evil. Medicine cannot give to man the kind of health he needs without taking into consideration his true nature. We have learned that organs, humors, and mind are one, that they are the result of hereditary tendencies, of the conditions of development, of the chemical, physical, physiological, and mental factors of the environment. That health depends on a definite chemical and structural constitution of each part and on certain properties of the whole. We must help this whole to perform its functions efficiently rather than intervene ourselves in the work of each organ. Some individuals are immune to infections and degenerative diseases, and to the decay of senescence. We have to learn their secret. It is the knowledge of the inner mechanisms responsible for such endurance that we must acquire. The possession of natural health would enormously increase the happiness of man

We have so far followed the easiest road. We now have to switch to rough ground and enter uncharted countries. The hope of humanity lies in the prevention of degenerative and mental diseases, not in the mere care of symptoms. The progress of medicine will not come from the construction of larger and better hospitals, of larger and better factories for pharmaceutical products. It depends entirely on imagination, on observation of the sick, on meditation and experimentation in the silence of the laboratory. And, finally, on the unveiling, beyond the proscenium of chemical structures, of the organismal and mental mysteries.”

Meditation

Transforming Meditations

Meditation is a method for acquainting our mind with virtue. The more familiar our mind is with virtue, the calmer and more peaceful it becomes. When our mind is peaceful we are free from worries and mental discomfort, and we experience true happiness. If we train our mind to become peaceful we shall be happy all the time, even in the most adverse conditions, but if our mind is not peaceful, then even if we have the most pleasant external conditions we shall not be happy. Therefore it is important to train our mind through meditation.

Breathing Meditations

Generally, the purpose of breathing meditation is to calm the mind and develop inner peace. We can use breathing meditations alone or as a preliminary practice to reduce our distractions.

A Simple Breathing Meditation

The first stage of meditation is to stop distractions and make our mind clearer and more lucid. This can be accomplished by practising a simple breathing meditation. We choose a quiet place to meditate and sit in a comfortable position. We can sit in any position that is comfortable. If we wish, we can sit in a chair. The most important thing is to keep our back straight to prevent our mind from becoming sluggish or sleepy.

The first stage of meditation is to stop distractions and make our mind clearer and more lucid.

We sit with our eyes partially closed and turn our attention to our breathing. We breathe naturally, preferably through the nostrils, without attempting to control our breath, and we try to become aware of the sensation of the breath as it enters and leaves the nostrils. This sensation is our object of meditation. We should try to concentrate on it to the exclusion of everything else.

At first, our mind will be very busy, and we might even feel that the meditation is making our mind busier; but in reality we are just becoming more aware of how busy our mind actually is. There will be a great temptation to follow the different thoughts as they arise, but we should resist this and remain focused single-pointedly on the sensation of the breath. If we discover that our mind has wandered and is following our thoughts, we should immediately return it to the breath. We should repeat this as many times as necessary until the mind settles on the breath.

Benefits of Meditation

If we practise patiently in this way, gradually our distracting thoughts will subside and we will experience a sense of inner peace and relaxation. Our mind will feel lucid and spacious and we will feel refreshed. When the sea is rough, sediment is churned up and the water becomes murky, but when the wind dies down the mud gradually settles and the water becomes clear. In a similar way, when the otherwise incessant flow of our distracting thoughts is calmed through concentrating on the breath, our mind becomes unusually lucid and clear. We should stay with this state of mental calm for a while.

Even though breathing meditation is only a preliminary stage of meditation, it can be quite powerful. We can see from this practice that it is possible to experience inner peace and contentment just by controlling the mind, without having to depend at all upon external conditions.

So much of the stress and tension we normally experience comes from our mind

When the turbulence of distracting thoughts subsides and our mind becomes still, a deep happiness and contentment naturally arises from within. This feeling of contentment and well-being helps us to cope with the busyness and difficulties of daily life. So much of the stress and tension we normally experience comes from our mind, and many of the problems we experience, including ill health, are caused or aggravated by this stress. Just by doing breathing meditation for ten or fifteen minutes each day, we will be able to reduce this stress. We will experience a calm, spacious feeling in the mind, and many of our usual problems will fall away. Difficult situations will become easier to deal with, we will naturally feel warm and well disposed towards other people, and our relationships with others will gradually improve.

Keep in mind that meditation will allow us to hear God’s words better. For example, if you are Christian, the meditation exercises will allow you to understand and apply the gospels in your life.

Recommended daily food intake servings

Many of us don’t know what should we should be eating to maintain a healthy life. I have learned the hard way. All throughout my 20s, I have had different health problems manifest. My regular medical interist could not help me recover. By the time I was 28 years old, someone recommended that I see a Keneselogist. (Dr. Bland , 200 West 54th St, NY, NY 10019 –  212-246-2330) He introduced me to a new way of life. By that point, I had no choice but to change my life around due to the multiple digestion problems I had. I recommend everyone eat organic foods for reasons I will address in upcoming articles. Please stay tuned.

In the meantime, here are some quick tips on everyday recommended servings.

Everyday you should have:
1. 5 portions of fresh fruits and veggies
• 1-2 servings of green, leafy veggies like spinach, swiss chard, lettuce, parsley, escarole, watercress, kale, collards, other greens
• 1-2 serving of general veggies such as broccoli, green beans, leeks, cabbage, cauliflower
• 1-2 servings of rot veggies such as carrots, turnips, squash, radishes, parsnips.
( Each meal should have at least 1 green veggie and 1 yellow or orange veggie)
• a few portions (up to 5) of sea veggies in weekly diet
• 2-3 servings per day of cooked or raw fruits.

2 3-4 servings a day of brown rice, oats, barley, millet, buckwheat, rye, corn, whole wheat, popcorn or bulgar, potatoes, yams.
(Avoid the squashy air-filled “cushiony” brown bread that says Whole-wheat. )

3. 1-2 daily servings of dry pulses such as lentils, chickpeas, kidney beans, seeds, nuts
• 1-5 servings a week of animal-protein foods, including eggs.
• 2 four-ounce portions per day of fish, poultry, lean meat or veggie equivalent.
• 1 portion a week of red meat (no more) – 4 ounce max
• Avoid luncheon meats like luncheon meats, hot dogs, processed sausages.
• 1-3 servings per week of fish: fatty- oily fish like mackerel, herring, salmon, fresh tuna

4. Good bacteria such as yogurt, acidophilus, miso or fermented soy products.

5. Dairy is hard to digest in adults, intake as “fun” foods.
• Don’t eat more than a few servings per day of organic raw or pasteurized milk.
• 1.2 ounce of free kale or spring beans give same amount of calcium as a cup of milk.
• Ability to absorb calcium depends on amount of phosphorus in your diet.