In celebration of the 10 year anniversary of the release of the groundbreaking book The Biology Of Belief, Wellness Wednesdays Radio caught up with Dr. Bruce Lipton to discuss science, consciousness, and creating our reality.
Biology Of Belief
The Biology Of Belief set the framework for the last decade of scientific development in the filed of epigenetics and consciousness. Named one of the top thought leaders of our time Dr. Bruce Lipton has been pioneering new biology and research, Dr. Liptons contributions to the current paradigm shift of bridging the gap between science and spirituality is detailed and illustrated in a simple straightforward manner in his teaching, lectures and writing.
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Make this simple cold and cough care tea to nourish your lungs and support seasonal wellness.
As the season changes and fall pulls us deeper inward the metal element which rules the Lungs and Large Intestine is highlighted. Lungs are know in Chinese medicine as the tender organ as they are easily effected by change and being one of the most responsive organs they react to the environment and are responsible for dispersing those reactions through the body. Lungs are especially susceptible to colds and coughs as the temperatures change and our bodies adjust. Make this simple tea with herbs to soothe and nourish the lungs.
Soothing tea for cough and colds
- 2 parts fresh or dried myelin and yarrow flowers
- 1 part anise seed
- Pour boiled spring water over herbs cover and steep for 15-20 minutes.
- Serve with raw honey and lemon or fall elderberry syrup
Wonderful herb medicinally used to treat coughs and colds as well as disorders of the lungs. Helps to loosen congestion and relax muscles of the chest as well as soothing for the mucous membranes of the lung. Supports opening of the airway and free deep breathing.
Useful in the treatment of flu and cold as well as fever and congestion in the glands. Anti-inflammatory action makes it wonderful for swelling in general. Increases sweat when used as a hot tea or bath. The carminative and anti-spasmodic properties make this herb a go to for flu and respiratory infections. It’s helpful for digestion to support the whole loan large intestine complex.
- Peripheral vasodilation
Useful herb for all types of cough and lung remedies to support the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract and relax respiratory muscles.
Basic Summer Health tips from a Classical Chinese Medicine perspective
As the summer months blaze with full force tune into these tips from TCM expert Dr. Janet Galipo D.O.M.
Summer is the time for celebration and expansion where all matters of the heart and connectivity are explored. Joy and creativity are at the forefront of warmth and transformation as we spend time outdoors in social settings sharing love and culture. Our spirit is nourished in the summer time spotlighting our heart and fire.
Supporting our fire element:
- Proper Hydration
- Drink PURE water
- Eat food that hold and contain water (berries, melons, vegetables, soaked brown rice)
Cooling Foods and Herbs:
- Fruit leaves (raspberry, blueberry, blackberry)
Watch for Summer Heat Symptoms
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Tune in to the fall season of attachment and non attachment
Fall is one of the most potent times for healing! As the world contracts back into itself releasing and letting go in preparation for winter, we too move in this symbiotic flow. This season is ruled by the metal element and is all about the yin and yang activities of surrender and connection. On one hand we are invited to explore the yin aspects of our attachment and important relationship bonds that help us to maintaining integrity in our sense of self and support our growth. and on the other hand the energy is perfect for exploring the yang aspects of surrender where we release, forgive and let go of the old attachments or bonds to clear way for the new.
Check out this PowerPoint presentation on the metal element and manifesting psychological and physiological forces connected to metal.
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What old or limiting beliefs are you willing to release?
What does your body need to support elimination and letting go?
How can you empower yourself to tune in with the frequencies of fall to transform and move deeper into your unique truth?
Here are some practical ideas to help clear though your life and take note of what is serving and not serving your needs:
Go through your closet, desk, garage, medicine cabinet – any cluttered storage area-and discard what you no longer need.
Do a mental inventory: Examine attitudes (prejudices, envies, hatreds, jealousies, resentments) stored within your psyche.
For issues you cannot resolve directly with others, or for old issues with yourself, write them on paper, being as specific as possible. Then burn the paper, symbolically releasing the content.
Take time each day to breathe slowly and deeply. As you inhale the clean autumn air, feel yourself energized and purified. Feel the old negativity, impurity, and pain leave your body and psyche. Then contemplate briefly who you are without these identifications.