Expanding Awareness with Kundalini Yoga

awitchsjourney.comAbout 2 years ago I became interested in Kundalini Yoga. I had already tried a couple of yoga classes (not Kundalini) and enjoyed it. The teachers were a couple with a small child, they were kind and very good teachers. Unfortunately for me, they had decided to go back to India. My gratitude to them.

 

One day I saw that the New York Open Center was having a short course in Kundalini Yoga, and I quickly signed up. I scrambled to find comfortable white clothes to wear for the class, as I had read that in Kundalini Yoga people wear all white. Most of my clothing is black so you can imagine how difficult was for me. I found some simple clothes to wear and went to my class, very excited and nervous. There I met Donna Amrita Davidge, a vibrant woman who blessed me with my first Kundalini Yoga experience. During our first class we did an exercise in which we sat in easy pose (cross legged), facing a stranger (class mate), and just stared into each others’ eyes and I had my first boohoo moment. I cried as I clearly heard this woman say “I love you” without opening her mouth. I felt her love, as a human to another human. Of course there was laughter as well in the group, as some just became giggly during the exercise, and it was all beautiful. I really felt the connection. The entire experience with Donna Davidge was eye opening for me, and heart opening as well. I found a practice that was not only very spiritual, but also strengthened my body as a whole. Kundalini Yoga certainly is a complete experience. And that was it for me, I wanted more. Sadly, this was a very short course. I did come back the second time that Donna Amrita Davidge came to teach at the New York Open Center, and after that I wanted to find more regular classes. I asked her about two yoga studios that I had found online, and she gave me her recommendations on both, saying they were very good places to go to.

 

As I’ve done before, I tried to get a friend to join me for at least one class so that I wouldn’t have to go by myself and feel so vulnerable. However, that didn’t work, and I decided to just go for it on my own. And so, I went to Kundalini Yoga East. There, after a warm welcome by the front desk person, I joined the class.

 

First of all, if you are wondering, as I did, why is it that people wear all white to Kundalini Yoga, I can tell you what I’ve learned so far. According to Yogi Bhajan (the spiritual leader who introduced Kundalini Yoga to the USA), wearing all white clothing expands our auric radiance. White is the representation of all colors in one, so you also get the benefit of all colors together.

 

Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of Awareness. It is a total experience. You chant mantras, you meditate, you practice many breathing exercises, and physical exercises. When I first took classes with Donna Davidge I realized this is tough! I was sore for a week after the first class but of course, I’m not an athlete so there is that to consider. But still, it is not exactly easy. There is a lot of fighting your Ego which constantly tries to stop you from doing things, making you think you can not, making you feel that you can not and constantly trying to distract you and talking you into quitting. I’m really glad that I decided not to listen to the Ego trap and I kept coming back to class.

 

Since I’ve begun to practice Kundalini Yoga more often, I’ve noticed a few changes. They have been slow, but they are happening. I have more patience with the world although I still need to work on it more. I am more calm in general, and when a situation does stress me out, I am able to calm myself down faster and easier. I’ve also begun to feel more connected to all, and I feel more compassion for others, which sometimes can be, difficult. One example; right before New Year’s eve I saw a woman on the train who had a very sad expression on her face. I see this woman often on the train but this day she looked particularly sad, as if she was about to cry. I wondered why she looked so sad, was she missing someone? At the end of the year, did she feel lonely? I smiled at her, but I really  just wanted to walk up to her and give her a big hug and tell her that I loved her. Another woman near me noticed the same thing I guess, and she was also smiling at the woman. I was just too shy to simply walk up to her and give her that hug. But I just felt so sad…I felt it strongly in my heart.

 

It is difficult to explain some of the changes that I am experiencing. But I must also mention that my Reiki practice is still part of the positive influence in my changes, because it really is. I do my Reiki self-practice right before Kundalini Yoga class and before going to sleep. The balancing effects of Reiki are also responsible for all these changes no doubt.

 

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On April 5, 2014, I joined many more Kundalini Yoga practitioners on a wonderful, big event called White Tantric Yoga. I had heard about White Tantric Yoga before, and I wanted to join the big event last November, but I was to be out of the country. This time I wasn’t going to miss it and I am so glad I didn’t. During White Tantric Yoga, we practice a number of meditations and mantras throughout the day. A meditation can last for 31 minutes, with a break after and then another one, then a break, and so on. The practice is done in pairs, sitting in very straight lines across the room. It is very challenging because of all the time you have to be sitting, but it is also a very unique experience. There really is no way of explaining much, all I can say is that each person has their own experience and it is not the same for all, but we all learn and grow from it, and we expand our consciousness. I did become emotional at the end of the day, and cried a little. I am grateful to Yogi Bhajan and to all who made the event possible and all who participated. I am looking forward to doing it again!

 

We were told that we’d be feeling the effects of White Tantric Yoga for about 40 days. So far, I have had unusual dreams, mostly related to animals so far. Last night I had a very personal and powerful experience which I will keep to my personal journal (sorry). It’s been 6 days…

 

Eternal gratitude to Donna Amrita Davidge, The New York Open Center and Kundalini Yoga East.

The gratitude that I feel is immense. May the blessings continue.

Sat Nam.

Starting out with good health & moving forward!

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Well, I must say, I started the year the right way! And my gratitude just keeps growing!

 

On January 18th I went to a Women’s Health Symposium at the Meta Center in NYC. I learned so much! I was just blown out of my mind by the love I felt amongst the women who attended. It was love for life, love for health, love for self and love for all. Sharing different perspectives on health and healing, to improve and help each other grow.

 

First, Susan Wilson gave us valuable information about how easily Cancer statistics can be swayed in any direction to cause fear, and gave us information on other options for testing like thermography. She spoke about breast cancer and for example, that the hereditary risk is only 10%, but lifestyle makes the difference. The risk goes down 50% if we consume more fiber because everything starts at the gut. One great resource she shared was http://breastcanceroptions.org/. Her knowledge is vast and her energy is just so reassuring and calming.

 

Suzy Meszoly, a homeopath, spoke of a holistic approach, of how important energy is and how our bodies are completely capable of healing if we allow and help. She was refreshing and so loving! How great it would be if people had more access to someone like Suzy, for their health concerns!

 

Annelie Withfield spoke about nutrition, and she had a lot to say! She said something very important: “When we get sick or out of balance, the first thing to do is stop and look to nature for answers”. She focused on a few foods that are very powerful: beets (great food for women to build blood), greens, sea vegetables, fats (grass fed butter, grass fed beef), pollen, mushrooms and chocolate. She used to be a 100% raw food eater but like many who start that route, she realized that it wasn’t the best lifestyle for her or her family. She also mentioned how important it is to love our water and drink the best water we can (NOT tap water). Annelie’s website is great! Check it out, lots of great recipes! http://www.thesuperfoodfamily.com

 

Susun Weed was the last speaker of the day. She began with a song a cappella; a song about the maiden, mother and crone. She spoke about menopause, and boy did I learn a lot! I really didn’t know anything about menopause since I haven’t been there yet, but I’m glad I was there to learn from those who have walked the path and know that it is part of our lives, it isn’t a curse or a problem. I purchased her book, New Menopausal Years: The Wise Woman Way, Approaches for Women 30-90. I want to know as much as I can to be ready and enjoy every step of my journey! :) It’s good to know that we don’t necessarily need hormonal treatments during menopause and that if we simply nourish our bodies, our bodies will do the rest. Susun Weed had a lot to say, and her point of view is almost completely opposite from the other speakers, and from what I am used to hearing.

Hearing that raw food is not what we should be eating, and that we must cook our food to get the best nourishment we need… wow! Also, that even in a so called raw food diet, the majority of the food is not raw at all. Cooking is not just putting the food over the fire, there are other ways to cook like, dehydrating, sprouting. Raw foods aren’t nourishing because the cell wall of the food is intact. It can’t be broken if the food is raw, even if we put it through a juicer it won’t break the cell wall and release the nutrients. All this information is very crucial and important to me because, for a long time I’ve been questioning my eating habits and trying to force myself to eat more raw foods but I was never sure if it was the right choice. Now I understand that I either extreme is not beneficial. I guess I kinda knew it, but I just needed more information. Susun Weed paid for research about this matter herself, so I feel that I can trust the information. She also recommended as part of nourishing the body, to drink 1 quart of herbal infusion a day, and she rotates between these 5 herbs: nettles, linden, red clover, oat straw and comfrey. This is part of the Wise Woman Way. I highly recommend to check out her website: http://www.susunweed.com

 

There was much more information and hopefully soon the videos will be up on Youtube so that I can share them here. I feel so blessed to have been there! I can’t wait for the next event!

 

Now for the rest of 2014, I hope to continue growing, loving, learning, living!

 

Healers: are we unable to heal ourselves?

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Lately, I’ve been pondering this question. Are healers unable to heal themselves? I don’t mean this in a strict, literal way of course. Just wondering if the majority of healers just don’t heal themselves at all.

 

I believe, as many others do, that to be able to help others, we must first help ourselves. To be strong enough to take care of others, we must first take care of ourselves. Love and care for our bodies, minds and spirits. Eat properly, exercise, meditate, sleep. What we invest in ourselves we are able to share with others. A person that is ill, can not possibly take care of another. This is all common sense.

 

Then why is it that the majority of healers that I know and have met, are constantly giving of themselves to others, while never taking proper care of themselves? Many are even sick half the time, never even considering their own health, constantly pushing themselves, and pushing aside their own needs.

 

One way of seeing why this happens is this. How can I think of myself, when there are so many who need my help? How can I possibly spend time pampering myself, when others need of me? How could I possibly neglect them, there is just so much to do, so much healing needed in the world, I can not possibly take time to think of me! This person is sick, that person is sick, they need healing, prayers, herbal remedies, etc…I will take care of myself later….

 

Recently, I was watching a Japanese anime (yes I’m a fan of Japanese anime), that had a particular character which made me think of this subject, and made me want to write about this question that I’ve been asking myself. This anime, titled Arata Kangatari/Arata the Legend, has a character named Kotoha. She is a healer, also could be called a Kitra which is a term used in the Temple I am a member of, Temple Sahjaza and it means a healer, counselor, nurturer, among many other things. Well, Kotoha is a healer, and she works with her hands. She uses a healing touch. At one point in the story, she gets physically hurt, and her friend asks her “Can you not heal yourself?” and her answer is “No, my power only works to heal others, but not myself.” That made me think. It is very literal here, that this healer has a limitation to her powers, and that limitation puts her in great risk. If she was with other healers of her tribe, then it would be fine because they can all take care of each other. Out on her own, it is not so.

 

Although this was a fictional character in a story, I had to compare it to real life healers that I’ve met, including myself. Are we like Kotoha? Not literally, but do we just not know how to heal ourselves? Are we so preoccupied, so engulfed in the task of helping others to heal, that we can not take seriously the fact that we really must heal ourselves first, before we can properly care for others? How can we correct this behavior?

 

There have been times when I honestly am not sure what to do when I don’t feel well physically, mentally and/or spiritually. It is more like my mind goes blank, and I suddenly can’t react properly, I can not react like I would when, say, my mother needs an herbal remedy for a cold, or someone needs a healing prayer, a candle spell, etc… My husband has sometimes brought this up to me, to my own surprise. How is it that you know all these healing remedies and things, and yet you can not figure out what you need to do for yourself? Why does this happen? Is it a state of mind that I get stuck in sometimes? Or do I just need to get used to caring more about myself?

 

The Internet really is a double-edged sword. It helps us learn so much and connect, but wow, it can be so harmful too. The amount of people asking for help, prayers and healing energy is overwhelming and draining. What do we do? Can we really say no? I’m sure a lot of times people say yes, prayers, but they don’t really pray. It is just too much. It really breaks my heart when I start to think about it. I have to stop myself, otherwise I’ll be depressed and that is not helpful at all.

 

My Reiki teacher, Pamela Miles, strongly believes that taking care of ourselves is very important and we should do Reiki self-practice every single day, at least once. To her, this is the base of a healthy life and healthy Reiki practice. I completely agree with Pamela, and I do my Reiki self-practice every day, at least once a day and more if I can accommodate. I decided to take Kundalini Yoga classes more frequently as another way of taking care of myself. These are the steps I’ve taken to improve my self-care, and I know that I need to do more.

 

I would love to know what other healers are doing to take care of their needs. What are you doing to heal thyself, healer?

 

Love & Light,
Priestess Oscura N.

The Year of the Blessed Snake

2013…

 

2013 Year of the Snake

Another year of challenges, and blessings. Many lessons learned, and much gratitude for it all, and for all those people who have taught me something. I have learned a lot from everyone. A few highlights come to mind to make me smile and feel such gratitude!

 

In January, I officiated my first wedding. I am grateful to my sister, Lady Ophelia, who blessed me with this opportunity. It was her who thought of me as the Priestess that would perform the wedding ceremony for her and her beloved. It was her, who put this challenge in front of me and said, “I can’t imagine anyone better than you”. It was because of her, that I got my license to be able to legally officiate weddings in the city of New York. Of course, I couldn’t have gotten my license without the help of Goddess Rosemary, H.P. & Matriarch of Temple Sahjaza. I am surrounded by amazing human beings who care about others, and will do anything they can to help. Lady Ophelia & Matt’s handfasting/wedding was a beautiful, blessed experience that I will always treasure. May their lives continue to be blessed.

 

In March I was blessed with the visit from one of my all time favorite authors who is an immense inspiration to me. And by visit I mean, not that she came to my house (I wish), but she wrote a comment in one of my blog posts (see: Awakening Osiris:  The Egyptian Book of the Dead). Thank you Normandi Ellis!

 

In April, I got to spend time with someone I love very dearly. My beloved sister of Temple Sahjaza, Priestess Madame Webb. I missed her so much, and seeing her again, talking to her, hugging her, ah, it was a true blessing. She is one extraordinary woman.

 

In the summer, I finally started my official journey into herbalism (see previous posts My Journey into Herbalism and A Visit to Mother Nature’s Temple & School) . I am grateful to the NY Open Center and to Peeka Trenkle for making this possible for myself and all the other students who love plants and appreciate all that Mother Nature has given us. I intend to continue learning and practicing herbalism in the years to come.

 

This summer I also was blessed to be in Ammachi’s presence once again. This time I joined in at the front for meditation as well. The love, compassion and unity experienced will always stay with me. Thank you Amma.

 

In October, history was made. Yet another blessing. High Priestess & Matriarch of Temple Sahjaza, Goddess Rosemary, made her comeback to NYC. It was a long time coming, and I don’t even know where to start when it comes to describing this event. Meeting her for the first time in person was so natural, just like seeing an old friend. We had a wonderful time, all of us together. And she performed a Third Eye Opening ritual, which lasted about 4 hours. Four hours, people lined up to have their third eye opened by Goddess Rosemary, while the members of the Temple backed her up energetically and physically. This was another experience that I will never forget. The bonds in this Temple are strong and beautiful.

 

Another blessing in my life this year is Kundalini Yoga. I’m grateful to Donna Amrita Davidge for teaching at NY Open Center. From there I knew I wanted to continue practicing this spiritual, beautiful form of yoga. And now I’ve managed to do that at Kundalini Yoga East. Gratitude!!

 

These are the highlights of my year, but by no means the only blessings I have received and enjoyed. My husband is a daily blessing in my life, and so is my family. I have so much to be grateful for, every single day. I’m working on living more mindfully, and slowing down as much as possible. I look forward to the future with excitement, and a heart full of love and joy.

 

Awake in Peace
Awake in Love
Awake in Joy
Awake in Truth.

 

~Priestess Oscura N.

Dressing with intention

I was recently introduced to something I never thought of before, called Fashion Feng Shui, through one of my meet up groups. I’m very interested in Feng Shui and this sounded like it would be fun, so I attended an event to learn more about this subject.

If you’ve never heard of the term Feng Shui, here is some basic info. According to the International Feng Shui Guild it is “the interplay between the seen (our surroundings) and the unseen (energy and intention)”. From a dictionary, we get the following: (in Chinese thought) a system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy (qi) and whose favorable or unfavorable effects are taken into account when siting or designing buildings.

Ok, so we work with the space we live and/or work in to bring the harmony that is needed between us, the space, the objects that occupy it and the energy that flows through it. I am not a certified Feng Shui consultant, at least not yet. But, I have used the information I’ve learned so far about it in my apartment and so far I’ve  gotten good results. So, why not apply this to our own wardrobe?

At this event I attended the presenter gave everyone a copy of the book Fashion Feng Shui: The Power of Dressing with Intention, written by Evana Maggiore. The idea is that clothing is your body’s most intimate environment and, therefore, energetically influences your life in the same way that your home and business decors do. The author also concludes that there is a pattern of alignment between body coloring and shape, style personality, lifestyle, goals and clothing design with the colors, shapes, substances and energies of Feng Shui’s Five Elements. It is fascinating!

There are 5 elements of nature in Feng Shui. Those are Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal. Evana Maggiore then proposes 5 elemental archetypes: Water the philosopher; Wood the pioneer; Fire the pleasure seeker; Earth the peacemaker, and Metal the perfectionist. To learn more about these elemental archetypes and to take a quiz to find out which one are you, you can visit her website here. When I read the detailed descriptions of all these archetypes, I identified strongly with Water the philosopher. Highly sensitive, independent, creative, usually quiet and self-contained are some of the characteristics of this archetype. By learning more about this archetype which is my essence, I can make better decisions about what clothing to buy and wear, and I can use the knowledge of all the elemental archetypes to direct my intentions and energy into whatever purpose I need it for. This as opposed to being constantly frustrated with “not having anything to wear” despite having a closet full of clothing, or buying clothes without much purpose other than that I liked it when I saw it at the store or I think it’s cute or it’s what I should be wearing. That’s how one can accumulate many pieces of clothing that then one never wears.

To me knowing what my elemental archetype and essence is feels like opening my eyes to seeing a part of myself that I was neglecting. It’s like discovering a tool that you’ve always had and never used, taking off all the cobwebs and dust and realizing you had a powerful tool all along. :)

The first thing I did was empty out my closet completely and look at everything. I got rid of several items that, I had been keeping for various reasons that were totally wrong. For example a blouse that I bought because it was very pretty, even though I didn’t like the color much. It was also very uncomfortable to wear, so I had only worn it about 3 times in 2 years. No point in keeping that, so it goes to clothing donations.

On a day when I am wearing something that makes me feel comfortable, elegant, creative and beautiful, I feel unstoppable! On a day when I am wearing something that feels uncomfortable, and I am fuzzing with it all day long, feeling self-conscious and frustrated with it, this can ruin my entire day because I keep going back to the fact that I don’t feel comfortable with what I am wearing. It really makes a huge difference when I am dressed in harmony with who I am and with my energy. It also does make a huge difference in how people react to me.

Does this subject interest you? I find it fun and fascinating! And it also does make a difference. If you would like to learn more, I suggest the following sources:

Fashion Feng Shui: The Power of Dressing with Intention, written by Evana Maggiore (book)
Fashion Feng Shui (website)

Five Elements of Feng Shui

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My New Reiki Hands

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a spiritual healing practice that can help return us to balanced functioning on every level – physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, even social – regardless of our age or state of health. Reiki treatment is usually facilitated by light touch, typically bringing rapid stress reduction and relief from pain and anxiety. It is not an ancient practice, in fact it originated in the early 1920’s in Japan with a man named Mikao Usui.

I’ve had an interest in Reiki for a long time, but I never really decided to read a book about it or get involved in it until recently. My interest was based on my desire to help myself heal and help others heal in an effective way that wouldn’t cause harm to anyone and wouldn’t require me to go to medical school since I don’t really have an interest in conventional medicine.

There are lots of Reiki practitioners in my area, and many that teach so it was not easy to find the right teacher. I got a business card from a classmate at a Tarot class I was attending, and I looked up that teacher. Still, I wasn’t convinced this was the right teacher. So I waited, and waited. About two months ago, I finally decided to get a good book to start learning at least the basic information about Reiki (I know I can read a lot online but I like to read on the train). I walked over to the nearest Borders, and I found only one Reiki book on the shelves, and without much thought I bought it. I started reading it almost immediately and enjoyed the book, and really connected with the way the author communicated. It was so easy to read and understand, I couldn’t put it down. I decided to look up the author’s website. To my surprise I had seen this website before, but didn’t really pay attention to it at that time. I guess it is true what they say that when it’s the right time, the door opens.

It didn’t take me long to make up my mind and sign up for First Degree Reiki classes. I was so excited I could barely contain myself. The classes would be for 3 evenings and I was ready. Finally it was that day. I adjusted my work hours so that I could leave a bit early to make it in time. The group was small-ish, and it was all female.

For three evenings, we learned about Reiki, about what it is and what it is NOT; we received our initiations and most of all we practiced Reiki! We practiced on ourselves, and each other. The atmosphere was relaxing and positive, and I really enjoyed myself. There is nothing complicated or difficult about learning the practice of Reiki, nothing painful, nothing religious, nothing strange. It is a natural, beneficial, balancing universal practice. And there is nothing like learning in person, and in such a wonderful group and environment! I feel truly blessed. Each night I’d go home and give myself a Reiki treatment, and I still do, every day, twice a day.

Reiki isn’t something you turn on and off, it isn’t something you have to “activate”. Once you are initiated by a Reiki Master, your hands feel like they basically switch into a different vibration (or at least they did for me). It really is like having new hands (hence the title of this post). Most of us expect some immediate radical change in our bodies, and our hands, from the treatment and the initiations. It is what we are accustomed to, mainly because of conventional medicine. You feel a pain, you take a pill, the pain goes away. That is why at first it may feel a bit odd when learning Reiki or experiencing a treatment from someone. That expectation of feeling “something” is just not a good way to go into Reiki. If it helps restore balance to our bodies in every level, then this is a very deep process which won’t feel like taking drugs at all. I know that everyone feels things differently, and this was proven at our own class. Some felt warm hands, and others like myself felt a constant “buzzing” of the hands. Some never really feel much, but the results still show up. The balancing that is  triggered also takes time and continued treatments.

I realized after some further thought and chatting with my Reiki teacher, that this “buzzing” I feel on my hands is not something new. I have felt it before, whenever I’ve done any energy work. So this sensation, this “buzzing” is not Reiki, but a sign that my aura/biofield is active. This makes sense because of my daily practice.

I try to place my Reiki hands on myself whenever possible. I do this a lot on the train, and even sitting at my desk at work, or watching tv. Sometimes I feel the “buzzing”, followed by relaxation, and sometimes I don’t feel much of anything. But I continue my  treatments.

Why do I continue? Well, although there may yet not be any solid scientific proof of what Reiki is doing, there certainly are a lot of people out there who have been healed by it. Reiki is even being used in many hospitals today as a complementary therapy for patients, and with great results. Personally, I’ve experienced relaxation, better sleep, and I’ve started to have better control of my migraine headaches. I think that’s more than enough for me to continue with my practice.

I am grateful for the opportunity to learn Reiki and for the future opportunities to share my Reiki hands and bring relief to others.

Thank you Pamela Miles.

Love and Blessings to all.

Sources: Reiki: A Comprehensive Guide by Pamela Miles (book)  Reiki, Medicine, and Self-Care with Pamela Miles (website)

A cure for cancer? It’s been around for a while.

Responsible spiritual people (and just responsible people in general) take care of their bodies and their health because it is part of our personal development and living a harmonious, productive life. It is no surprise then that we care about what we eat, our lifestyles and our environment.

It is important for us to educate ourselves and stay up to date regarding information about subjects such as organic food, sustainability, alternative medicine, exercising, and anything related. We also help spread facts about things that affect us negatively like GMO’s and Monsanto.

It is because of all this, that I am writing this post. I feel the responsibility to share information, to try to reach people and even if I spark the interest of just one person, I’ve done some good.

When it comes to deadly diseases like Cancer, we all have lost someone or know someone who has. This horrible disease kills too many people each year and it seems to keep spreading fast. I lost my grandmother to Cancer about two years ago. Once you lose someone close to you to this, you tend to become more interested in the subject if you weren’t interested before.

A friend suggested I watch a documentary titled ‘The Beautiful Truth’. That documentary changed the way I look at a lot of things, starting with chronic diseases. To know that there is a cure for cancer and many other chronic diseases, was really enlightening, and at the same time it angered me. Why? There are so many people out there suffering, so many organizations asking for “donations” so that they can “find a cure”….why? When someone has already found a cure, even presented this cure in front of US Congress including several cured patients and all the evidence needed, only to be shoved aside. The reason is simple. The cure doesn’t benefit Big Pharma at all. There is no miracle drug that will make someone rich beyond their dreams. It is a lot simpler than that, and that is why it has been shoved aside for so long, even prohibited in some cases.

The Gerson Therapy is a powerful, natural treatment that boosts your body’s own immune system to heal cancer, arthritis, heart disease, allergies, and many other degenerative diseases. People from different parts of the world visit the Gerson Institute (in Mexico and Hungary) seeking the therapy that for them is their last resort. This therapy can also be administered at home, and there are certified Gerson caregivers. It has led to the healing of people who were sent home to die by their doctors. I highly recommend everyone watch The Gerson Miracle. You won’t regret it. You can watch it on Hulu right now and on Netflix. Once you watch this documentary, you will want to share the wealth of information with others. This is highly important information that needs to be shared.

And once you have this knowledge, you see things differently. Why is this person asking for money to “save children with cancer”? Why are there even children suffering like that? Why are there so called charities asking for money to “find a cure”? It is absolutely unbelievable and unacceptable! And people having to go to Mexico to be healed with the Gerson Therapy, while others get poisoned and killed fast with chemo therapy in every hospital in the USA. We must educate ourselves and share the knowledge, that is the bottom line.

Yes, I am promoting The Gerson Institute, but I am not doing this for any personal or monetary benefit. I am doing it because it is time we stop suffering, and start living.

Find out more:
The Gerson Institute: http://www.gerson.org/
Watch ‘The Gerson Miracle’ on Hulu now: http://www.hulu.com/watch/180363/the-gerson-miracle or on Netflix: http://www.netflix.com/Movie/The-Gerson-Miracle/70113618
Watch ‘The Beautiful Truth’ online now: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/beautiful-truth/

Live a healthy life now. And spread the truth.

~Oscura