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I have to tell you, ridding our lives of clutter has been so freeing, so empowering. I had no idea all of this extra stuff in our lives had been weighing us down so much.
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Thank you SO much for writing this Ardith and sharing your thoughts and experience! It means so much to hear from others that feel the very same way! But why? What is so wrong with wanting to keep a clean home? Thanks again for your sweet comment Ardith! It really does mean the world! Thank you Kristi! Wishing you all the best and thanks again! It was more of a great deal where I bought items on sale vs splurging for the item I really loved.
Of course I now know that I can thank those items for the thrill of the purchase and for realizing they are not actually my style, and move on. This has been a great series and thanks for sharing your journey! Thank you SO much for sharing your experience Katie! In this home especially we have a real issues with clutter and the book has really opened my eyes to how much stuff we have that really brings no joy to us, in reality most of it just stresses me out!
I have not applied any of the ideas yet but I have started to formulate a plan and once I complete the book I plan to start the decluttering process…. Thanks so much Gilly! You know, I always thought clutter was a worry reserved for small apartments, short on storage, but now I know that the bigger the space, the more crap you collect! It can be very overwhelming, without even knowing it!!! Good luck on your journey my friend! I just bought this book over the weekend and have just started reading it.
Congrats on your decluttering and tidying achievement. In awe, Lynn. Thanks Lynn! Good luck with your journey Lynn! I felt so relieved and excited to start knitting again when I cleaned out my yarn stash and organized my supplies.
Thanks for sharing! Thank you Shehla! Happy knitting!!! It does make a big difference. But then I asked my husband if we still had some strips of MDF we had been holding onto that I wanted for a project, and he said no, he burned them! Sometimes it backfires when you are a project type — you need to have access to some things for your last minute creative ideas.
Cates: So it can you tell people about iodine food sources or sources? V: Fish is really great. So, uh, wild caught salmon is really one of the better ones. The Pacific northwest so far it seems to Island In The Sun - Various - Starlight Melodies the cleanest. And then seaweeds, lots of see we get can sprinkle it on your food.
Then you can supplement with iodine capsules, potassium iodide and iodine together. Healing the emotional wounds, um, came from a very dysfunctional family. We have professions, we want to help everybody with doctors. I just, you know, learning to pull away and if I want to take a nap in the afternoon. And so doing more things that bring me joy and less things that bring you pain.
That was a big, big lesson. It is such a just common way of life. And not just for breath, breast health, but also for first skin for cardiovascular health for so many different aspects of our health and prevention, disease prevention, overall wellness, health optimization, doing these things are going to help for our bodies in so many different ways. V: Absolutely. And then essential number five is to embrace biological dentistry, which, you know, we talked a little bit about that.
So I discovered I had some, you know, additional issues. Cavitations and you know, things like that could be, that could be compromising your immune system. Um, how do people know and how do they find somebody? I feel like oral health is something that is often overlooked or that is not looked at with a more holistic approach. Do you have gingivitis? They understand that the teeth are connected to your organs through your acupuncture Meridian system.
And so if you have a hunk of metal or root canal sitting on a specific meridian and you know, it could be for us, for example, then that could compromise the energy that chi liked force going to that Oregon.
If you still have amalgam fillings, mercury is the most toxic element on the planet. So, you Bring Me Joy (Stage 7) - Preacha - Geography Of A Journeyyour oral health is going to affect a lot of things. But it is a very common one. Cates: And, and I, I always like to remind people that your digestive system starts in your mouth.
And this is just what you might be able to see and notice first. V: Yeah, absolutely. Okay essential number six is to repair your body with therapeutic plants and herbs. Well, obviously in those nine, 10 years, a lot of new information, new ways of testing things called liquid biopsies, which can, uh, look at the blood to see a specific proteins that the cancer cell is giving off.
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Are there any specific herbs? Do you feel like the, these are the winners, the, the, the stars of, of the current research? Cates: Um, honestly, just for everybody listening and watching, that is the number on the range on the blood work. So when you go see your doctor asked for them to do a 25 hydroxy vitamin D, I think everybody should have that tested. V: Right, right, right. We talked about iodine and we talked about, you know, vitamins C, and then if you get into specific supplements like wormwood and artemesiinin, bloodroot, polyMDA, auracell, which is a glyco nutrient that disables the Nageise enzyme.
So it allows the immune system to really attack the cancer cells more specifically, um, risks, you know, a risk vera trawl course, a I mean the list goes on and on. Cates: Yeah, yeah. Thank you.
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V: Yes, yes. So actually good lead into essential number seven, which is to embrace a very early detection. This model was created with the help of the National Cancer Institute and the National Science Foundation many, many years ago.
In fact, this model has been used for over 30 years to train medical doctors to learn how to do a proper exam. Now the company First Green Vision Of Kha - Nouvelles Lectures Cosmopolites - Lost Sand Divinities manufactures the model and has the patent on the silicone that created the model has asked me to take this to the general public so women can learn to do a proper breast self exam because according to the American Cancer Society, the first sign or symptom of breast cancer is a lump.
Most women will find their own lump. So this system called my breast friend comes in a box with an instruction booklet. It also comes with an instructional video, which is so important because you have to have that experientials effect of learning with the pads of your fingers, not your tips with the pads of your fingers and learning how to perform the exam, where to feel, and then what to feel for. I feel our mission is to save lives one breast at a time.
You get to feel them every day if you want. At least get one of these and share it with your, your girlfriends and get a group together. A woman who performs a proper breast self exam, you know, based on this method can find it the size of the pea.
So your chances of survival are much, much better. And just to add quick note too, as far as um, mammography versus self detection. I think. I mean mammography is the still the, um, you know, standard of care for doctors that doctors basically are required to recommend to patients as the diagnostic tool and recommendations for cancer detection, breast cancer detection.
It gets good to be proactive and realize that there are also things like you mentioned thermography and sound. And certainly right. Goes, go see your doctor and start seeking care right away. V: Okay. If you find something suspicious, the good news is eight out of 10 of those suspicious lumps or non cancerous. Come back in six months. Get another opinion and press for it. Cates: Right, right. Also, while the writing was fine, it didn't go Ilame Sôrme / Hvorfor!
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This book arrived exactly when I needed it. It is gut-wrenching, beautiful, powerful, and very important. The stories within stories within stories spiral at the same rate as your soul and seep into your heart and your dreams.
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Our common interests caused us to occasionally touch minds across the geography that divides us, and so I became aware of her book If Women Rose Rooted as she tweeted about it.
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If Women Rose Rooted is a beautiful, intelligent and unusual book. Unashamedly political as well as spiritual, this is a book which celebrates the strength and power of women, and connects modern-day feminism with ancient gynocentric mythologies. And if we rise up rooted, like trees … well then, women might indeed save not only ourselves, but the world. Mar 25, Beth rated it it was amazing. I took my sweet time with this book and read it over several months in order to savor and digest Sharon Blackie's beautiful prose and the subject matter itself.
I plan to buy a paper copy to underline, dog ear and tote around, since there is so much goodness here. View 2 comments. Jan 19, Katharine rated it really liked it. Beautiful sensitive writing. However as I am not Celtic in origin I found myself wondering if I was the intended audience? For any colonized diasporic people such as latinos I think her strong connections and rootedness with her history and land may be difficult to relate to. My ancestors are scattered and I don't know what my homeland might be Europe, north Africa, Caribbean, South America Any and all of the above!
It is still Women who Run with the Wolves for me. However this is a Beautiful sensitive writing. However this is a lovely read for those interested in folklore and ecology, and it certainly made me want to visit Scotland!
This is literally the most inspiring book I have read. This is the "antidote to the swashbuckling adventure that is the hero's journey: it is a woman's journey, based on a woman's way of being in the world".
Every woman needs to read this book. It will speak to your soul, it will stir up your long forgotten ancestral wisdom. It will have you connecting with instincts you didn't realise were divine, or it cement the notion that you are on the right path. I can't really praise it highly enough, have This is literally the most inspiring book I have read.
I can't really praise it highly Savez-Vous Planter Des Choux? - Alan Mills - French Folk Songs For Children, have a read, the Goddess is waiting. If women remember that once upon a time we sang with the tongues of seals and flew with the wings of swans, that we forged our own paths through the dark forest while creating a community of its many inhabitants, then we will rise up rooted, like trees.
And if we rise up rooted, like trees. If Women Rose Rooted is White Christmas - Frank Sinatra - Christmas Dreaming - Vol. I heroine's Journey to Authenticity and Belonginga memoir examined in light of the feminine power in Celtic If women remember that once upon a time we sang with the tongues of seals and flew with the wings of swans, that we forged our own paths through the dark forest while creating a community of its many inhabitants, then we will rise up rooted, like trees.
If Women Rose Bring Me Joy (Stage 7) - Preacha - Geography Of A Journey is a heroine's Journey to Authenticity and Belonginga memoir examined in light of the feminine power in Celtic mythology. Author Sharon Blackie, besides being a writer, is a psychologist and mythologist who believes in the power of story and our cultural narrative to shape our lives.
She thinks that native myths, fairy tales, and folklore are relevant to the personal, social, and environmental problems we face today. Rather than a patriarchal mythology of the Greeks and Romans and the Judeo-Christian tradition of western civilization, she goes back to her roots, the mythology of the Celts. Once upon Billy Ocean - In Motion time women were the guardians of the natural world, the heart of the land.
The Celtic woman. While many Westerners, seeking a broader understanding of native wisdom, have embraced Eastern religions or mysticism or the teachings of indigenous peoples, Blackie never felt at home with them. The worldviews of these other cultures are rooted in lands and histories that have little relationship to her own, however much she may respect and appreciate their wisdom. She found the native wisdom she was seeking in the mythological tradition rooted in her own ancestry and place in the British isles.
There are many of us, especially here in the U. Though my own ancestors have been in this country since before the Revolutionary War and fought in itmy heritage is predominantly from the British isles, with a good part of it, like Blackie's, Scottish. I have always been drawn to the stories and history of these isles, but am more familiar with Arthurian tales than the Celtic myths, except for where they overlapped and some odd fairy tales.
I found her lyrical re-telling of the myths compelling. Blackie writes beautifully. I also found her personal story compelling. She is on the journey of finding her right place, both literally and figuratively. She knew her corporate job in the 'Wasteland' was suffocating her, and she longed for a place she could live closer to nature. She thinks she has found it at different times, but ends up moving on for one reason or another - first in Ireland, then America, then the Scottish highlands, then the remote Hebrides of Scotland, then Ireland again.
She dives headlong into a relationship with the land as a crofter what we in America might call a homesteader - gardening and raising various livestock - and taking endless walks, while running a couple of home-based businesses and writing. It's no wonder she becomes overworked and exhausted.
She has a relentless work ethic and pushes herself to live up to her many responsibilities, which she continues to pile upon herself. Eventually she breaks. Interspersed with her own story are interviews with other women who have succeeded in one way or another in re-rooting themselves in land and community while contributing to the betterment of the planet and society.
I found myself applauding her intentions and identifying with parts of the book, though in a much more modest way. My husband and I, too, wanted to move closer to nature and the wild and if having a bear break into your crawl space qualifies, we succeeded. While I don't live If Its My Baby (TV Instrumental) - Gregg Willis - If Its My Baby an island or near the sea, the mountains and forests definitely called me for as long as I can remember.
I think the ancient landscape of Scotland must be some lingering ancestral memory. Feeling your place in the landscape is a Fa Leszek A Fanak - Karoly Szenassy And His Zigeuner Band - The Gypsy String Band of this book, and she includes a few city dwellers in her stories.
It is concern for the environment and the planet as a whole which the author feels is an intensely feminine calling and that it is time for women to do whatever small part they can to positively affect their own land and community. She calls to women to step into their power and take back their ancient role as the earth's guardians. The timing of this book seems to be particularly apt, as we witness the words and actions of the current U. Running On Back - Red House - Captured Live!!! see the toxic traits of an unbalanced patriarchy - the devaluing and demeaning of women; the cavalier destruction of the environment as an open-ended resource for extractive energy companies for short-term profit with the accompanying slackening of protective regulations and disregard for sacred indigenous lands; and the blatant ignoring if not outright denial of climate change and what steps could be taken to ameliorate it.
Add to that the jingoistic militarism at the expense of diplomacy; the attitude of dominance and the suppression of minorities; and the idealization of wealth and encouragement of individual and corporate greed rather than the emphasis on the common good.
The message of If Women Rose Rooted couldn't have arrived at a better time. What I would have liked to have seen in this book is a pronunciation guide for the Gaelic names and words impossible combinations of letters!
There are footnotes for sources which is helpful. This book may at first glance seem too radical for some. After all we can't all run off and live in the wild there would be no wild left or grow and produce our own food. This is not what the author intends. However, we can get outside and get out of our heads more. We can follow our own desire for rootedness, and we don't have to live in the places of our ancestors to carry their love of place.
We can understand how myths point to an integral relationship with the land as well as represent a metaphor for personal transformation.
We can learn to appreciate and value whatever small patch of land we're on. Maybe we can just save the world. Mar 06, Agne rated it really liked it. I have received this book through Goodreads Giveaway. I thoroughly enjoyed this read, as a call to reconnect with Mother Earth to be the powerful women we were all born to be. I feel I received this great collection of stories just at a right time to get grounded and to find my roots in every day life.
I truly recommend this book to all who search for sense and strength in history and myth of female heroines Bring Me Joy (Stage 7) - Preacha - Geography Of A Journey we all are.
An incredibly deep and thought provoking book for women An intensely passionate journey following a woman's search for her place to be and belong, both physically and mentally. Sharon digs deeply into her Celtic heritage and it's mythology, finding women's roles as leaders and protectors, feeling the deep rooted emotions of belonging to land and community.
Essential reading for all women, whatever their background or status.
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