the eternal snow-flower storm

Today it snowed flowers on me, and I remembered all the times it snowed snow on me when I was growing up in northern Ohio, where for seven months a year the sun would disappear behind a smear of gray as far as one could breathe, which was not very far. When it snowed flowers … Continue reading the eternal snow-flower storm

The Small of god’s Things (OO8, #6)

During the Olive off-season I explore myself in new contexts with a view to developing my sense of compassion, and bettering myself in light of the person I want to be. This off-season I am exploring an old pastime, teaching, here in Thailand where peace is the local belief system's first affirmation. I have three … Continue reading The Small of god’s Things (OO8, #6)

Detox Tips – Some of the Worst Toxins

To detox or to cleanse means to get rid of toxins! So what are those small molecules that makes us ill or even die? Most of us think of the toxins we eat or inhale, or get through our skin, but our bodies also produce toxins depending on how we feel and think! Very bad ones. A … Continue reading Detox Tips – Some of the Worst Toxins

The Best Detox Ever – Embrace the Chaos Theory!

The Chaos Theory tries to see patterns in chaotic systems created by humans or by nature. At our knowledge so far, there seem to be few things more chaotic than the human heart - speeding up, slowing down, pretty face, scary face…it’s heretic! No rules of our modern society apply to the heart. We don’t … Continue reading The Best Detox Ever – Embrace the Chaos Theory!

❤ Happy New Year ❤

Enjoy the Party! Sometimes it’s healthy to be unhealthy. If you can enjoy a cigarette, a big steak, a third portion, or a lazy day on the couch with too many glasses of wine, while catching up with your loved ones, go for it. For us humans indulging goes hand in hand with being social. … Continue reading ❤ Happy New Year ❤

Diabetes – the Sugar Disease

When you find yourself reaching for a chocolate bar or other sugary treat you probably have a drop in sugar levels for those who eat to much. To keep the high the insulin has to be produced again and again, causing this function to wear out, giving us type 2 diabetes, one of today's most … Continue reading Diabetes – the Sugar Disease

Sugar Is an Addictive Fat Promoter

Back in nature, sugar (mainly fructose) was rare, and because it is essential for energy production in the cells, our taste evolved to like it. And when we were lucky enough to find it, we could stuff ourselves with it because the body has no mechanism to feel full on carbs, unlike protein and fats. In … Continue reading Sugar Is an Addictive Fat Promoter

Indifference is unhealthy

I couldn't agree more with Bernard Shaw; it's inhuman and unhealthy to be indifferent to others suffering whether it is the suffering of humans, animals or any living spices. Our 30 Day Vegan Challenge is coming to its end with November. Vegan diets shows the most beautiful transformations. What starts as a personal health benefit … Continue reading Indifference is unhealthy

First Signs of Sub-Clinical Intolerance

Only the food that makes you energized and healthy is good for you. What that is? Only you know! Even if you take all kind of tests you won’t get the whole picture. What mainstream medicine would call allergy or intolerance is far beyond the time you could have done something about the problem. The first signals … Continue reading First Signs of Sub-Clinical Intolerance

Wittgenstein said, “Look….”

“….don’t think.” I have been a vegan/vegetarian off and on for around the last 20 years, and was still eating the occasional fish up until around 7 years ago when I made the final commitment to eliminate all animal products from my diet and life, including a few very beautiful leather goods. We were sitting … Continue reading Wittgenstein said, “Look….”