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Natural Menopause Remedies

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The best way to survive Menopause without drugs is the Raw Food Diet!

Tips For Starting a Raw Food Diet.

1. Never run out of live foods

2. 100 percent raw is easier than mixing up the diet between raw and cooked meals. If you try mixing it you will just quit, because of our "cooked food addiction." Make a commitment to try 100 percent raw for 90 days, lose all the extra pounds, feel great and sexy and then decide if you want to go back.

3. Sugar and Salt cravings are strong for the first few months. Use raw desserts and kale chips to get through it.

4. Do not count calories. You will not gain weight if you stay 100 percent raw.

5. When you have a few months under your belt, pull back on the nuts and raw treats. I am 6 years into the diet and just now noticing the content of my mind while eating, even raw. I eat my emotions, both joy and anger. When you have the raw food diet under control you can try "eating for fuel" not just emotions. This is the highest state of…

What Do You Eat On A Raw Food Diet?

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Tips For Starting a Raw Food Diet.

1. Never run out of live foods

2. 100 percent raw is easier than mixing up the diet between raw and cooked meals. If you try mixing it you will just quit, because of our "cooked food addiction." Make a commitment to try 100 percent raw for 90 days, lose all the extra pounds, feel great and sexy and then decide if you want to go back.

3. Sugar and Salt cravings are strong for the first few months. Use raw desserts and kale chips to get through it.

4. Do not count calories. You will not gain weight if you stay 100 percent raw.

5. When you have a few months under your belt, pull back on the nuts and raw treats. I am 6 years into the diet and just now noticing the content of my mind while eating, even raw. I eat my emotions, both joy and anger. When you have the raw food diet under control you can experience "eating for fuel" not emotional release. This is the highest state of living, when you are created fully your ideal reality!

We in Ame…

Karma Cannot Be Real If "Time" Does Not Exist

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In the book, "The Universe in a Nutshell" Stephen Hawking states that "time" does not exist. Our time-line is a physical condition based on gravity and the magnetic forces.

The world is really operating in one single moment, as simultaneous events, in which every potential outcome is occurring with every move you make. You have a cloud of possibilities in which each one has a simultaneous world associated to it, and each of "you" is on that other earth experiences every move you did not make. "WILD!"

You are a baby now and an old woman or man. Even more interesting— you— are all your probable selves in all your lifetimes. You are also floating in space having lived 1000 lives and now understand that you make up ALL THAT IS, and when space asks you your name, what do you say? Which name would you say, and from which lifetime?

There is no such thing as "time" therefore no Karma. Because you have to must have a past to be punished for,  …

Yoga Zen Masters

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Lahiri Mahasaya's Life and Some of His Stands

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LifeAmong Lahiri Mahasaya's other titles and great appellatives are "Yogiguru Bhagavan Shrimat Brahmachari Anilananda Maharaj". His biographer Jogesh C. Bhattacharya uses that. One or more "Shri" may be put in front of his name too, according to Indian custom. Hence "Shri Shri Lahiri Mahasaya" or "Yogiraj Shri Shri Shyamacharan Lahiri Mahasaya" or "Yogiraj Shri Shri Shyama Charan Lahiri Mahasaya". The surname Lahiri came to be attached to his forefathers after they received a village named Lahiri in the Bagura district. But really, the surname was Lahiri Sarkar, where Sarkar is a title. Shyama Lahiri did not use it. Shyama Charan Sharman Lahiri (1828-95) was born at the village Ghurni in the district of Nadia in Bengal. His mother and father worshipped Shiva. In Ghurni his father had established a Shiva Temple, but one day a great flood washed it away. As a result, the family moved to Varanasi (Banaras) in 1834. There the young Shya…