Acupuncture with Michael Fox

Peter sits down with Michael Fox to figure out and experience acupuncture…Michael needles Peter’s face! For more info. go to Our goal here at is to help people discover choices for healing — body, mind, spirit. Take what you like and leave the rest. Much of the information on CreateYourHealth.comis based on the Natural Healing Model rather than the Medical Health model. While every caution has been taken to provide you with the most accurate information and honest analysis, please use your discretion before making any decisions based on the information in this website. Create Your Health is not liable or responsible for any loss, inconvenience, or damage relating to your use of any of this information.
Video Rating: 5 / 5 This is also the cure for stray sick birds who often lands infront of my door.Indian habbit of planting trees,herbs and giving a bowl of fresh water/bird feed on the terrace for wild birds,making few extra chapatis for cows and street dogs is a part of ancient practice where man and nature live in harmony.A combination of different types of grains are available in all local stores.All plants and trees are holy but Tulsi(Holy Basil) and Neem is an integral part of Indian homes because they cure most ailments. First Aid Kit Infared lamp and heating pad,Eye droppers,Clean syringe without needles,Towel,Flour- this is really the only thing you may need to use to stop bleeding, for example if you hit a vein while clipping overgrown toe nails,Overgrown toe nails and beak cause discomfort to birds.You can use stone and wooden perch to avoid it.Cotton balls and swabs,Avian nail clippers,Scissors,Roll of gauze,Gauze squares,Flashlight,Aloe vera plant,holy basil plant(Tulsi),Dried neem leaves and twig,Boiled and cool neem water in a bottle,Distilled water/home made Rose water as eye drop,Surgical Tape,Neem Oil,Tea tree oil,Hospital cage and Home made incubator if possible. Watermelons pulp juice are in nature an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and B6. They are also a great source of potassium, and extremely low in sodium.The juice is best for sick birds.It eliminates toxins. A sick bird must have some source of Calcium.Egg shells,cutttle bone etc
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The tale relates the story of two sisters, daughters of an Anglican vicar, who return from overseas to a drab, lifeless vicarage in the post-war East Midlands. Their mother has run off, a scandal that is not talked about by the family. Their new home is dominated by a blind and selfish grandmother along with her mean spirited, poisonous daughter. The two girls, Yvette and Lucille, risk being suffocated by the life they now lead at the Vicarage. They try their utmost every day to bring colour and fun into their lives. Out on a trip with some friends one Sunday afternoon, Yvette encounters a Gypsy and his family and this meeting reinforces her disenchantment with the oppressive domesticity of the vicarage. It also awakens in her a sexual curiosity she has not felt before, despite having admirers. She also befriends a Jewish woman and her amour. When her father finds out about this friendship, he threatens her with “the asylum” and Yvette realises that at his heart her father, too, is mean spirited and shallow. At the end of the novel, one of the daughters is rescued during a surprise flood that washes through the home and drowns the grandmother. The rescuer who breathes life and warmth back into the virginal Yvette is the free-spirited Gypsy. The flood could be seen as a metaphor for washing away the old, oppressive life, and welcoming in the new freedom. Ironically, when we discover the Gypsy’s name at the very end of the novella, he becomes mundane and ordinary and the
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DH Lawrence - Top 10 Quotes

The ten best quotes by the great English poet, painter and essayist DH Lawrence. (1885 – 1930) See all quotes by DH Lawrence at Enlighten yourself at The music used in this video is “Snowdrop” Like iPerceptive at Facebook http Follow iPerceptive at Twitter
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Success through a Positive Mental Attitude Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone

Article by Ben Sanderson

If it is though you’ve landed in a place where you’d rather not be, it’s no coincidence. People have the tendency to blame others or the things that have happened in their lives for their failures. Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone helps you to understand that although you may have been dealt a bad hand, it’s not too late change your attitude and the way you choose to see things.

People who change their attitudes are consciously making the choice to do so. Once they learn the skills needed to readjust their attitude, they can better cope with bad things when they come their way. Someone with an overwhelming sense of sunny optimism doesn’t see the glass as half empty, but rather, half full. They don’t wake up each day dreading the fact that they have to get up and go to work. Instead, they look forward to interaction with their fellow employee’s or co-workers, and all the things that the day has in store.

Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone will teach you how to expect good things to happen. On occasion, most every negative-thinker is surprised by a positive event. Negative thinkers are viewed as pessimists. Every time they have something to say, it’s usually about something bad. Their friends dread their phone calls because they know that they will just want to discuss another “problem” in their lives. People who are positive rarely ever have to deal with bad outcomes. It may seem strange, but your expectations often shape your final outcome.

People often worry themselves into bad events. Have you ever noticed that the things you think about the most are bad? The tendency to think negatively can spill over into every part of your life. Negative thinkers tend to have health problems, bad relationships, bad attitudes, and bad luck. They never have any money, and if they do, they don’t appreciate it because they are too busy focusing on the negative aspects of their lives. They also have an excess of anxiety and may also find themselves suffering from problems with anger, depression, and even high blood pressure, migraines, and weight gain.

Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone is a program that many have used to transform their lives. You can easily begin transforming your life one day at a time. You can start by one positive thought and focusing on it. Instead of dwelling on all the negatives, think of the positives. Don’t be afraid to be happy. When you see someone, smile at them and tell them hello. Let the people in your life know that you love them.

Confronting the negative thoughts and feelings you have is essential. You must recognize where your negative thoughts are coming from. When you find yourself faced with a bad thought, stop dead in your tracks and turn it around into something that makes more sense. Most of the time, a person’s pessimistic thinking has nothing to do with the way things actually are. What happens instead is that you end up wasting time worrying when you could be subconsciously altering your present and future into something better. Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by Napoleon Hill and W. Clement Stone shows you how to do just that.

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Nice Wassily Kandinsky photos

Check out these Wassily Kandinsky images:

[ K ] Wassily Kandinsky – Dunkle Zacken (Dark Points) (1931)

Image by Cea.
"Dunkle Zacken dates from Kandinsky’s years spent in the industrial town of Dessau, where the Bauhaus was relocated in 1925. Forced to leave Weimar due to the actions of right wing political forces, the school eventually moved into its celebrated Dessau building designed by Walter Gropius and completed by 1926. Kandinsky stayed at Dessau until October 1932, when the Bauhaus was closed by the National Socialist regime. His watercolours and paintings of this period are dominated by circles, triangles and straight lines. This focus on strict geometric forms reflects the influence of Russian Constructivist art, to which he was exposed during the war years spent in Moscow. With artists such as Kandinsky and Moholy-Nagy, Constructivist art gained in international stature and became an important artistic force in Germany, where geometry was accepted as a universal artistic language.

"Clark V. Poling wrote about Kandinsky’s work from the Dessau years: ‘This was a very productive period for Kandinsky’s art. After he applied in his painting the abstract principles articulated in Point and Line to Plane and in his teaching, he developed a diverse set of pictorial images and modes. Some of these represent particular
responses to the Bauhaus context and his colleagues, most notably Klee’.

In the present work, Klee’s influence is visible in the precise, delicate rendering of line and the use of soft, almost translucent colours in the middle of the abstract signs and geometric shapes. This arrangement could have been influenced by the Bauhaus Stage, a theatre branch of the school that developed modern, non-narrative performances, and to which Kandinsky was an avid contributor."

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Image by YhonnyYps
Foto: Alle Rechte bei draisdorf
Orginal: Wassily Kandinsky 1866 – 1944
Friedhof in Kochel
Franz-Marc-Museum, Kochel
Leider habe ich keine Aufnahme vom Orginal gefunden.
Ich persönlich hätte dieses Bild nicht Wassily Kandinsky zugeordnet – aber man lernt ja nie aus

10-01-12 Living Wonder

"An empty canvas is a living wonder… far lovelier than certain pictures."
~ Wassily Kandinsky

Peinture Trouvée, Jubbega

John Donne – Song’- poem

John Donne - Song'- poem

rnaudioproductions for Song’- poem by John Donne 1573–1631 GO and catch a falling star, Get with child a mandrake root, Tell me where all past years are, Or who cleft the Devil’s foot; Teach me to hear mermaids singing, Or to keep off envy’s stinging, And find What wind Serves to advance an honest mind. If thou be’st born to strange sights, Things invisible to see, Ride ten thousand days and nights Till Age snow white hairs on thee; Thou, when thou return’st, wilt tell me All strange wonders that befell thee, And swear No where Lives a woman true and fair. If thou find’st one, let me know; Such a pilgrimage were sweet. Yet do not; I would not go, Though at next door we might meet. Though she were true when you met her, And last till you write your letter, Yet she Will be False, ere I come, to two or three. Audio created by Robert Nichol AudioProductions London All rights reserved rnaudioproductions for mp3 ipod download audio book audiobooks

Starts at 0:08. Not sure why! haha sorry about that. I do not own copyrights to this material. From Van Morrison’s 1983 album, Inarticulate Speech of the Heart.
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