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Healing Nature, a Starting Point

Since I am nature I am going to start where I can do the most immediate good, my non-extended small personal body. My body is polluted both within the boundary of my skin and outside my skin boundary. Rivers are clogged with the excess and toxic byproducts of industrial consumption, so I am sure are my arteries, blood and tissues. There is excess, fat, silt, trash, that is interfering with my living in a way that contributes to the good of all in a stable way that healthy living systems grow. Healthy living systems don’t grow in complexity and diversity, occasionally producing brilliant innovations in functionality, through excessive use of the energy of the sun, more and more, faster and faster, but through the gradual incorporation of energy from the sun interacting with the chemistry of the earth. That is how we came to be and this is how we will heal.

Focus on Developing Robust Vibrant Health on Both Sides of the Skin Boundary First Week

  • Taper off sugar to a full elimination by the end of the week
  • Taper off coffee to a full elimination by end of the week
  • Exercise at least 3 days during week
  • Stretching at least 3 days during the week
  • Meditate for 20 minutes at least 3 times during the week
  • Establish a schedule for my exercise, stretching and meditation
  • Look for local healing opportunities related to water, soil, vegetation, and pollution rehabilitation

Second Week

  • Taper off unnecessary fats and salt
  • Increase exercise at least 4 days during week
  • Increase stretching at least 4 days during the week
  • Increase meditation for 20 minutes at least 4 times during the week
  • Follow up on getting hep C treatment
  • Change schedule for my exercise, stretching and meditation
  • Keep looking for local healing opportunities related to water, soil, vegetation, and pollution rehabilitation

  Third Week

  • Increase frequency of exercises and meditation to 5 days per week
  • Adjust schedule as needed
  • Stabilize changes
  • Evaluate further changes, particularly in diet fine tuning
  • Keep looking for local healing opportunities related to water, soil, vegetation, and pollution rehabilitation
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