Et sundt liv

Forudsætningerne for et sundet liv er:

1. At undgå gift, kemikalier, junkfood/fastfood, spis mindre sukker, fedt, animalsk protein, spis mindre protein.

2. Spis god kvalitete føde, økologisk, grønsager, hverken over eller ikke forarbejdet føde.

3. Undgå fordøjelses mæssig stress.

4. Sov godt og nok.

5. Tilstrækkelig motion.

6. Vær taknemmelig og tænk klart.

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Pas på din koglekirtel – dit første øje (ikke tredje øje)

Din krop er dit tempel, så lad dig ikke forgifte. Undgå alle skadelige stoffer! Pas på flour i din tandpasta og dit vand, amalgam fyldninger, vaccinationer med stor dosis af kviksølv, da dette sætter koglekirtlen ud af funktion. Undersøg venligst dette!

Hvis skaden er sket, så kan du rense eller forbedre kroppen ved dagligt at spise chorella, hvedegræs, spirulina og miso, udelukkende økologiske fødevare og god kvalitet chokolade.

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Pythagoras: vibration, bevægelse, farve og tone.

Pythagoras af Samos (560-480 fvt.) tilskrives at havde sagt “Gennem vibration kommer bevægelse. Gennem bevægelse kommer farve. Gennem farve kommer tone. “

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Råd fil spirituel søgende

Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche gav følgende råd til sine spirituelt søgende til sine elever:  ” Jeg vil råde jer til ikke at begive jer ud på den spirituelle vej. Den er alt for vanskelig, alt for lang og alt for krævende… men hvis I begynder på den, er det bedst at gå den til ende.”

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World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity 1992

World Scientists’  Warning to Humanity 18 Nov, 1992.

Human beings and the natural world are on a collision course. Human activities inflict harsh and often irreversible damage on the environment and on critical resources. If not checked, many of our current practices put at serious risk the future that we wish for human society and the plant and animal kingdoms, and may so alter the living world that it will be unable to sustain life in the manner that we know. Fundamental changes are urgent if we are to avoid the collision our present course will bring about.

The Environment The environment is suffering critical stress:

The Atmosphere Stratospheric ozone depletion threatens us with enhanced ultra-violet radiation at the earth’s surface, which can be damaging or lethal to many life forms. Air pollution near ground level, and acid precipitation, are already causing widespread injury to humans, forests and crops.

Water Resources Heedless exploitation of depletable ground water supplies endangers food production and other essential human systems. Heavy demands on the world’s surface waters have resulted in serious shortages in some 80 countries, containing 40% of the world’s population. Pollution of rivers, lakes and ground water further limits the supply.

Oceans Destructive pressure on the oceans is severe, particularly in the coastal regions which produce most of the world’s food fish. The total marine catch is now at or above the estimated maximum sustainable yield. Some fisheries have already shown signs of collapse. Rivers carrying heavy burdens of eroded soil into the seas also carry industrial, municipal, agricultural, and livestock waste — some of it toxic

Soil Loss of soil productivity, which is causing extensive Land abandonment, is a widespread byproduct of current practices in agriculture and animal husbandry. Since 1945, 11% of the earth’s vegetated surface has been degraded — an area larger than India and China combined — and per capita food production in many parts of the world is decreasing.

Forests Tropical rain forests, as well as tropical and temperate dry forests, are being destroyed rapidly. At present rates, some critical forest types will be gone in a few years and most of the tropical rain forest will be gone before the end of the next century. With them will go large numbers of plant and animal species.

Living Species The irreversible loss of species, which by 2100 may reach one third of all species now living, is especially serious. We are losing the potential they hold for providing medicinal and other benefits, and the contribution that genetic diversity of life forms gives to the robustness of the world’s biological systems and to the astonishing beauty of the earth itself.

Much of this damage is irreversible on a scale of centuries or permanent. Other processes appear to pose additional threats. Increasing levels of gases in the atmosphere from human activities, including carbon dioxide released from fossil fuel burning and from deforestation, may alter climate on a global scale. Predictions of global warming are still uncertain — with projected effects ranging from tolerable to very severe — but the potential risks are very great.

Our massive tampering with the world’s interdependent web of life — coupled with the environmental damage inflicted by deforestation, species loss, and climate change — could trigger widespread adverse effects, including unpredictable collapses of critical biological systems whose interactions and dynamics we only imperfectly understand.

Uncertainty over the extent of these effects cannot excuse complacency or delay in facing the threat.

Population The earth is finite. Its ability to absorb wastes and destructive effluent is finite. Its ability to provide food and energy is finite. Its ability to provide for growing numbers of people is finite. And we are fast approaching many of the earth’s limits. Current economic practices which damage the environment, in both developed and underdeveloped nations, cannot be continued without the risk that vital global systems will be damaged beyond repair.

Pressures resulting from unrestrained population growth put demands on the natural world that can overwhelm any efforts to achieve a sustainable future. If we are to halt the destruction of our environment, we must accept limits to that growth. A World Bank estimate indicates that world population will not stabilize at less than 12.4 billion, while the United Nations concludes that the eventual total could reach 14 billion, a near tripling of today’s 5.4 billion. But, even at this moment, one person in five lives in absolute poverty without enough to eat, and one in ten suffers serious malnutrition.

No more than one or a few decades remain before the chance to avert the threats we now confront will be lost and the prospects for humanity immeasurably diminished.

Warning We the undersigned, senior members of the world’s scientific community, hereby warn all humanity of what lies ahead. A great change in our stewardship of the earth and the life on it, is required, if vast human misery is to be avoided and our global home on this planet is not to be irretrievably mutilated.

What we must do Five inextricably linked areas must be addressed simultaneously:

1. We must bring environmentally damaging activities under control to restore and protect the integrity of the earth’s systems we depend on.

We must, for example, move away from fossil fuels to more benign, inexhaustible energy sources to cut greenhouse gas emissions and the pollution of our air and water. Priority must be given to the development of energy sources matched to third world needs small scale and relatively easy to implement.

We must halt deforestation, injury to and loss of agricultural land, and the loss of terrestrial and marine plant and animal species.

2. We must manage resources crucial to human welfare more effectively.

We must give high priority to efficient use of energy, water, and other materials, including expansion of conservation and recycling.

3. We must stabilize population. This will be possible only if all nations recognize that it requires improved social and economic conditions, and the adoption of effective, voluntary family planning.

4. We must reduce and eventually eliminate poverty.

5. We must ensure sexual equality, and guarantee women control over their own reproductive decisions.

The developed nations are the largest polluters in the world today. They must greatly reduce their overconsumption, if we are to reduce pressures on resources and the global environment. The developed nations have the obligation to provide aid and support to developing nations, because only the developed nations have the financial resources and the technical skills for these tasks.

Acting on this recognition is not altruism, but enlightened self-interest: whether industrialized or not, we all have but one lifeboat. No nation can escape from injury when global biological systems are damaged. No nation can escape from conflicts over increasingly scarce resources. In addition, environmental and economic instabilities will cause mass migrations with incalculable consequences for developed and undeveloped nations alike.

Developing nations must realize that environmental damage is one of the gravest threats they face, and that attempts to blunt it will be overwhelmed if their populations go unchecked. The greatest peril is to become trapped in spirals of environmental decline, poverty, and unrest, leading to social, economic and environmental collapse.

Success in this global endeavor will require a great reduction in violence and war. Resources now devoted to the preparation and conduct of war — amounting to over $1 trillion annually — will be badly needed in the new tasks and should be diverted to the new challenges.

A new ethic is required — a new attitude towards discharging our responsibility for caring for ourselves and for the earth. We must recognize the earth’s limited capacity to provide for us. We must recognize its fragility. We must no longer allow it to be ravaged. This ethic must motivate a great movement, convince reluctant leaders and reluctant governments and reluctant peoples themselves to effect the needed changes.

The scientists issuing this warning hope that our message will reach and affect people everywhere. We need the help of many.

We require the help of the world community of scientists — natural, social, economic, political;

We require the help of the world’s business and industrial leaders;

We require the help of the worlds religious leaders; and

We require the help of the world’s peoples.

We call on all to join us in this task.

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12 hellige nætter efter jul

24-25.12 Jeg vier den ånd, som i denne nat er født i mig, til kærlighedens virke.

25-26.12 I det kommende år skal mit sande hjem være kærlighedens helligdom. Jeg lover at lyde kærlighedens lov.

26-27.12 Jeg modtager min ret til at give kærlighed og husker, at jeg ingen ret fik til at fordre den.

27-28.12 Jeg er optaget i lysets hær og lover ubrydeligt at holde min plads.

28-29.12 Jeg påtager mig – af egen fri vilje – ansvaret for helheden.

29-30.12 Skønt delt er vi ét – jeg lover at værne denne enhed.

30-331.12 Hvad solen er for naturen, er kærlighedens varme for vort indre liv. Jeg lover at værne og nære denne arne.

31.12-1.1 Jeg føjer mig af fri vilje og uden klage i at blive bortstødt fra min plads, om jeg skulle vige eller vakle for nogen prøvelse, som rammer mine nærmeste.

1-2.1 Jeg ved, at kærligheden er et univers, og at jeg kun fatter dens atom. Jeg lover at værne dens rene ægteskab med jorden.

2-3.1 Jeg lover mod synderen at udøve dommens straf: tilgivelsen, og hjælpe til ny pagt med kærligheden (som er Gud).

3-4.1 Jeg giver af mit hjertes fulde skaberkraft, som jeg fik af kærligheden. Således er mit løfte.

4-5.1 Kærligheden er den eneste hersker og skaber, den eneste konge. Kærligheden er min bue og min pil. Mit løfte og min løn.

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Vær glad og værdig

Du er ikke tilfældig: livet behøver dig. Uden dig ville der mangle noget i skabelsen, som intet andet end dig kan erstatte. Vær værdig som den du er. Alt i universet ville mærke at der var et tomt rum, som kun kan udfyldes af dig. Du er forbundet med alt der eksisterer og skabelsen bekymre sig om dig. Vær kolossal glad og mærk kærligheden, der strømmer til dig fra alle dimensioner.

Føl dig hjemme uanset hvor du er. Nyd det og følelsen vil blive stærkere og blive hos dig. Brug nogle aftner eller nætter på at kikke på stjerner.

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12 hellige nætter før jul

13-14.12 Jeg er livets vand, som udgydes for tørstende mennesker.

14-15.12 Jeg forlader Faderens hus, og idet jeg vender tilbage frelser jeg.

15-16.12 Jeg træder frem, og fra tankens plan hersker jeg.

16-17.12 Jeg ser, og når øjet øbnes, er alt lys.

17-18.12 Jeg erkender mit andet selv, og når dette selv toner bort, vokser og stråler jeg.

18-19.12 Jeg bygger et oplyst hus, hvori jeg dvæler.

19-20.12 Jeg er det, og det er jeg.

20-21.12 Jeg er moderen og barnet. Jeg er Gud, jeg er materie.

21-22.12 Jeg vælger den vej, der går mellem de to store kraftlinier.

22-23.12 Kriger er jeg, og fra kampen står jeg sejrrig frem.

23-24.12 Jeg ser målet. Jeg når dette mål, og derefter ser jeg et andet.

24-25.12 Hensunken er jeg i overjordisk lys og vender dog dette lys ryggen.

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BEAMH

BEAMH

Bevidstgørelse (at få øje på, hvad der virkelig sker)

Erkendelse (at se, at det handle om mig selv og de psykologiske forsvarsmekanismer)

Ansvarlighed (at være klar over, at jeg selv er en del af problemet og en den af løsningen)

Muligheder ( få nye valgmuligheder)

Handling ( at gøre noget ved det)

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Tag respekten tilbage til maden og dig selv

Den franske filosof Rene Descartes, som nogle anser for være den moderne europæiske filosofis fader, er kendt for sit udsagn “Jeg tænker, altså er jeg”. Et mere dybt og grundlæggende spørgsmål, som har været overset, er “Jeg spiser, altså er jeg”, fordi vi mennesker dagligt fornyr vores liv igennem vores fødeindtag. Vi er hvad vi spiser: liv.

Vi kan genvinde respekten for mad og os selv ved at se på maden med friske øjne og ikke tage den for givet. Den mad vi spiser, den måde vi tilbereder den på og den måde vi spiser maden på er vigtig. Mad er ikke bare noget ydre, men også et indre fænomen. Giv derfor maden respekt, kærlighed ved at give hele madprocessen tid, nærvær og omtanke. Gør hvert eneste måltid til en hellig fest ved at få måltidet til at se festligt ud og vær taknemmelig. Sig f.eks. “Dette er et fantastisk måltid. Denne mad giver mig al den næring jeg har brug for. Jeg nyder hvert øjeblik af dette måltid.”

Prøv at find roen og værdigheden inden i dig selv inden du spiser noget næste gang. Lad denne værdighed smelte ind igennem dig. Prøv at være helt på ny tilstede i alt hvad du foretager dig. Tænk på hvordan du nærmer dig maden og hvordan du spiser den?

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