So many pigeon holes
Definitions of comatose
Boundaries all set in stone
Must not think
Past certain zones
Draw your own conclusions
Have you claimed
So you can just laze back
So it’ll be easier to blame.
For why you’re not strong
Why you can’t carry on
Point you’re Peter at someone
Who can only talk in song
In you’re pigeon holes
Judge and jury
False justice reigns
You can not imprison me
You don’t know
Where to place me
Which pigeon hole
Do I fit in
You try and try
But you can’t put me in
I see confusion
In your eyes
I feel frustration
In your sighs
I see you don’t see
The love in I
I laugh, I cry
I just walk on by
Out of your mind.
Good morning everybody, its a glorious sunny morning, after ages.
We have had an incredible amount of rain this year… and I am so glad because my trees desperately needed the good soak…
Two years ago we lost a number of avocado trees because of the draught and they did not get watered adequately. I was gutted but nature is just incredible as some of them have come back to life after the rains.
……Ok, I have got the family out the house and its just me and you….
Its really peaceful and I am sitting in the sun. I can hear a bird chirping and it sounds beautiful.
I have finished my breakfast of an apple and pecan nuts (from my land) washed down with an infusion of:
Turmeric, ginger, cloves, cinnamon, fennel sweetened with stevia….
and I am ready to share some more…
Nature has many gifts for us to use as preventative medicine that are antifungal, antibacterial and or immunity enhancers. I used a few of them along with some other products that do not have nasty side effects yet are powerful healers in my experience…
I have an abundance of olive trees on my land so I used olive leaf teas and extract
Other teas and infusions were made with the following, cloves, cinnamon, turmeric, boldo, fenugreek
Daily green juices and herbs (cilantro/coriander, parsley and mint)
Aloe vera juice
Good old plain water and lots of it deppending on how many juices I had had… generally about 6 mugs
Raw garlic, raw ginger, raw onion, and recently raw hot chillies too
Incredible salad daily
Two tablespoons of Linseed/ flaxseed oil along with 2 drops each of the following organic aromatherapy oils: Clove, thyme, rosemary, cinnamon, lemon, oregano, eucalyptus. Collectively known as “Thieves oil”. Very interesting story behind thieves oil… will share sometime or you can just go google.. I did this for one week only as aromatherapy oils should be used with immense care and knowledge. I do not suggest for anyone to use them unless they are very well informed regards aromatherapy.
I used the following products, Sodium bicarbonate, colloidal silver, MSM, G5 silica, Cell food, multivitamins, caprylic acid.
I used homeopathic preperations for the fungal rash and for the kidneys
Calendula oil and thieves oil for massage
I had a sugar free diet. NOTHING to feed the fungus… but I found that tough going because I really missed the sweet fruits and sweet fruits are LOADED with sugar.. Everytime I had sugar whether in a apple or biscuit I’d want to rip all my skin off…it just manifested as severe symptoms straight away.
I have only recently reintroduced a little sweet fruit into my diet!
I fasted too
On days when I felt really demoralised with pain I had my indiscretions of 2 biscuits and tea…… or a nice juicy apple if I was really naughty…
I am sure I have missed somethings out but the above were some of my helpers to get back to health 🙂
I am back to eating more or less how I have been eating the last few years
I am not a 100% raw food eater.
My general regime is Fruit for breakfast, incredible salad with some cooked veg for lunch. The rest of the day is filled with fresh juices and infusions.
I don’t know which pigeon hole that puts me in but I am happy here at the moment 😉
Incredibly beautiful and calming song. I used it in my Fun classes regularly and all the women loved it. We use to do biodance, meditation,facial yoga, massage …basically have a ball twice a week when I was living in my orchard…
I am looking for a space to do that here on the coast…
I dedicate this song to all men…..
Some of our almond harvest. Me and Mohan had much to learn regarding how to harvest almonds. It was tough work but thoroughly enjoyable too as we munched our way through some delicious fresh almonds. It took nearly two weeks to harvest all the almonds!
They needed drying too so we would pick some and then leave them to dry in the sun as above. Their outer peel had to be removed first too.