Belief change

Happy New Year, Sisters!

January 8, 2018

I start out 2018 in enormous gratitude! The Thomas Fire came so close to my mobile home that I evacuated twice, then came back home to lie on the couch at night and watch the flames creep down the hillside.

I had been remodeling for 4 months, doing most of the work myself, learning lots of new skills, and my home was finally becoming a wonderful nest full of art and stuff I’ve collected from all over the world. It was impossible to know what to take with me in my little car with the dog and the cat. Each time I evacuated I packed different stuff! What a wonderful lesson that was!

And now I am grateful for something else that I recently discovered – Tree Sisters! This is an organization born from the dream of one woman who is combining the growing of trees in the sub-tropics and the re-education of women all over the world to come together and be the best that they can be.

We can change the dead-end path the world is now on. Move from being a consumer species to a restorer species.

We are at the edge of extinction! The facts are real and concrete about how many species of animals, plants, insects – every life form – are going extinct every day now from mankind’s indifference and exploitation.

But we all came here at this time to make the shift into the New Earth and we all have a part to play. I have signed on to be a treesister and I will donate all I can to the cause, including a ten percent tithe on the $35- I make, labor and profit, on the vests.

I have spent the last 3 years in awakening to the evil that believes it owns our planet and saying ‘What can I do?’
Now I know what I can do – join hands with women all over the globe in reforesting, re-educating, restoring, pulling women up from sexual slavery and indentured servitude. The feminine is coming into it’s own now and it will take us all holding hands to restore the damage that has been done.

And I have to say I have enormous confidence in the special abilities of humans to work towards good. I know most of us are deeply brainwashed and hardly have time to look up from working, eating and sleeping, from all our responsibilities, but, when we do wake up and look around, we will be a power that has never before been seen.

And the good men will support us! The ones who aren’t addicted to success, meaning money and prestige and power.

So this may be too Woo-woo for some of my customers but I’m done apologizing for that 😉

And for those who want to explore TreeSisters just click on the link and you’ll be taken to the website.

May this year be blessed in every way for all of you. I actually send love to all my customers, past, present and future, in my meditations and have done for years 😉

Blessings and new Hope,

Pam

New Study – Milk is Bad for your Bones

November 6, 2017

A study done in Sweden and published in the British Medical Journal reveals that milk fuels cancer and is bad for your bones.

“The study, which tracked 61,433 women aged 39 to 74 over 20 years, and 45,339 men of similar age for 11 years, found that the more cow’s milk people drank, the more likely they were to die or experience a bone fracture during the study period.”

This is a great article, very well-written that all women need to read. The effect of milk on our bones has to do with unbalancing the calcium/magnesium ratio. I have an article on that on this site which I wrote ten years ago.

It also has to do with pasteurization, which makes the food value of milk pretty much obsolete. It becomes a negative that the body has to eliminate, rather than a positive with food value. Make sure you catch this piece:

Dairies count on many heat treatments to mask their inferior sanitary conditions: milk filled with pus, manure and debris. Consumer Reports found 44% of 125 pasteurized milk samples contained as many as 2200 organisms per cubic centimeter (fecal bacteria, coliforms).” Eeeeek!

I know milk – not to mention, cheese – is very hard to give up. We have all been well programmed! Although the article does say cheese is not as bad for us as milk. I did it years ago and I still fall for it sometimes. But now there are other  studies connecting it with cancer as well, it’s really time to put our big girl pants on and put it behind us.

The link to cancer has to do with the way farmers pump the poor cows full of hormones so they lactate until they die. That is not natural and was not done when our parents drank their unhomogenized milk back in the day.

Whenever someone says to me on the phone, ‘Oh, I couldn’t give up milk ( or cheese) I know they are addicted and they probably won’t listen until it’s too late and they have destroyed their health. That’s a choice we all have to make for ourselves. But maybe reading this article will help you choose.

Here’s the link.

You can also read my previous blog on belief change for a tool to change your behavior around dairy.

You could install some of these new beliefs:

I only feed my body food that nourishes it.
I love my healthy body more than my taste buds.
I am releasing my addiction to dairy right now.
I can easily replace dairy with other delicious foods.
I am stronger than my cravings.

You can think up your own 😉

Blessings,

Pam