During these times of panic in the stock markets, in hospitals and in governments, some of us might be liberated in realizing how fooled we have been believing there is "a truth" as proclaimed by those knowing that they know the truth. Shame and guilt comes along with the "truth" if we can't make it … Continue reading Cliche #1 – there is a “truth”
Learn about the CORONA (Crown) and other viruses and how to beat them before they make trouble. The Corona is a group of viruses that like to live in our respiratory systems. A virus hijacks the cells as they can't live and feed outside cells for very long. Zoologically we are animals, and very often … Continue reading Learn and Heal the 👑
Viruses and other beings (except some humans), don't care much about borders. To say that a flue originates in an area is a tradition among virologists to give pandemic (international) or endemic (local outbreak) a name, but the informed know that viruses evolve from previous versions, just like anything in evolution. The question then, becomes … Continue reading The Virus Has No Nationality
To be healthy is fundamentally also to be happy, whatever that means for each of us, or if not happy, at least to acknowledge and even embrace the unhappiness. The donkey EEyore in Whinny the Pooh embraces his sadness and it's his way of being, so it's his "happy". I would see myself in that … Continue reading Wounds Lead to Entitlement or Healing?
Being healthy depends on how you define Health - what, when, where and how much. Think about your criteria for health. Is it to look, or to feel a certain way, or both and in that case, why? Even Health comes with a lot of cultural cliches and thinking that is not always healthy or … Continue reading Can One Be Healthy and Unhappy?
A hidden and ferocious type of suffering is a mental or physical pain that is stigmatized. It differs from any other pain in that it's not socially accepted to talk about, or feel. The person is left alone with the pain and the resulting self judgment. The feelings are most particularly associated with those we … Continue reading A Ferocious Suffering
At least seventy five percent of the food in supermarkets, even less at most schools and restaurants, is not what we call food at all, in the sense that it’s gene manipulated, pesticide saturated, and additive bloated. It's not very natural at all, not the animal foods either, and the basic rule for staying healthy … Continue reading What is (healthy) food?
Today, and the whole month of October is the official WHO Mental Health Awareness Day dedicated to de-stigmatizing mental health and raising awareness about this huge problem. Every 40 seconds someone succeeds in taking their lives. At the same time, mental illnesses are the biggest cause of disability and illness in the world. Depression alone is … Continue reading WHO Mental Health Day
The human gut is lined with over a 100 million nerve cells. 80% of the information exchanged with the brain starts in the gut. The main highway for this communication is the Vagus Nerve, referred to as the Yoga Nerve. It has long been known by aware Yoga teachers that many of their students get … Continue reading Mental Health Is Gut Health
If the #MeToo movement changed the world in any way it was that it created listeners. It was finally time to listen. The abused who finally spoke up may have told someone previously, or tried to, but probably hadn't gotten enough support to make a difference, or change anything. Out of 700 rapes one year … Continue reading Poor Kavanaugh, He Was Bullied to Do It