Stuart Wilde – I sit in my bed at 3.03am which is my strongest time and I record prayers to the Gods. I start with thanks and then I move out from there. All my prayers are the same. I don’t ask for a Ferrari, or money, or any particular good fortune, I just ask for information. The trick to praying to the Gods is to be grateful and humble, pray for their well being and safety, then mention what you want in passing at the end. That works best. My recorded messages for them are like emails really.
I also pray for the destruction of the ghouls and the end of tyrants and most of all I pray that the children are saved in the end.
And some nights I send a pulse of energy down the grid that we built with the Tolemac flags. And I always end with a prayer for the triumph of Gaia. The more evil that falls, the more she can become free once more. Human darkness hurts her trees. It’s a day-by-day thing; we help her lungs to breathe the more the ghouls fall.
Those pushing President Obama’s gun-control agenda often portray the United States as one of the murder hot spots of the world, but the numbers tell a different story.
Even more revealing, gun murders in the U.S. are concentrated in big cities that typically have the strictest gun-control regulations. And it is those cities’ gun murder rates that are comparable to the rates in some of the deadliest countries in the world.
And 89 countries have higher murder rates than the U.S.
America is not even in the same league as the worst offenders. Honduras has a murder rate of 60.87 per 100,000. Jamaica 59.5. El Salvador 51.83. Guatemala 45.17. Colombia 40.1. Trinidad and Tobago 39.67 Angola 38.59. South Africa 36.54. Burundi 37.38 Lesotho 36.69 Zimbabwe 34.29. Belize 34.26.
The statistics on gun murders shed even more light.
I’m so inspired to share the top nine most important things I’ve learned about life and how to navigate through it to experience the most joy, love, and fulfillment possible!
(1) Being of service to others is the biggest factor in maintaining my connection with my innermost source of energy.
I uplift others by letting my highest self shine through my being and inspire the actions I take. When my highest self expresses itself through me, it draws out that same highest self from others.
(2) Meditating for 3 minutes, 3 times a day (what I call 3×3 Meditation) is the major factor in my life change.
From losing weight to lowering cholesterol to transforming relationships to releasing addictive cravings, mini-meditations have worked for everything I’ve tried them on.
(3) I have complete freedom when I have no need for “how” and “why” anymore.
Giving up needing to know “how” means relaxing into complete trust that if I follow my intuition (the nudges of my highest self) moment by moment, life will work out in a delicious, amazingly effortless, delightfully satisfying way. Letting go of “why” is releasing resistance to what is and turning my focus toward finding solution rather than defining or justifying the problem.
(4) I’ve learned that taking action only from inspiration rather than pushing forward when I don’t feel quite ready is actually much more practical and efficient!
Not all vitamins and dietary supplements are the same. Many popular supplement brands, in fact, contain artificial additives, synthetic flow agents, chemical colorings, and even imitation vitamin compounds that your body does not recognize and cannot fully process. So how can you know whether or not the vitamins and supplements you buy are safe and effective? Here are six helpful tips on what to watch out for when buying vitamins and supplements.
1) Synthetic vitamins. There is a big difference between the natural vitamins found in food and the so-called vitamins added to many popular dietary supplements. Whole-food based vitamins are uniquely bioavailable, and occur naturally in foods, plants, and herbs. Synthetic vitamins, on the other hand, are produced in a laboratory, and may be derived from toxic sources such as coal tar and petroleum.
How can you know the difference? Synthetic vitamins are typically listed on ingredient labels by their isolated names — ascorbic acid (vitamin C), riboflavin (vitamin B2), and dl-alpha tocopherol acetate (vitamin E) are all examples of synthetic vitamins commonly added to vitamins and supplements, including multivitamin formulas. Stick with whole food-based vitamins and supplements, including those that clearly delineate their being derived from plants or other natural sources.
“In addition to being synthetic, isolated vitamins are missing all their naturally occurring essential synergistic co-factors and transporters,” explains the Organic Consumers Association (OCA). “A synthetic vitamin can stimulate a cell’s metabolism, but it cannot upgrade or replace the cell’s components with superior, better quality elements. The results? A degraded cell.” (http://www.organicconsumers.org/nutricon/qa.cfm)
So first I would like to explain to you how real Agenda 21 is. I was nominated and elected to the Republican Platform Committee and states all over the country are writing platforms against it. At first it looks in the words of late author Douglas Adams “Mostly Harmless” . Looking to conserve power, add bike lanes and a sensible green agenda. But let me tell you what the real agenda is. Its called Communitarianism. This is a direct attack on individual rights and liberties. As many may know i stopped seeing red and blue politics but now look at all politics as Tyranny Vs. Freedom. There are good people of all walks of life. I have done research and read books on the subject and I encourage you to buy and read “ Behind The Green Mask: U. N. Agenda 21” by Liberal author Rosa Koire.
Now I want to make it clear I am not against intelligent energy use, alternative energy options, recycle/reuse and rational sensibility to animal life. These issues should be a priority. Its where the global lobbyists influence comes in where the twilight zone begins.
Eco-living expert Laura Turner Seydel and Environmental Working Group Executive Director Heather White explain the importance of filtering your tap water and how to find a water filter that fits you and your family’s lifestyle.