Have You Missed Me?

It has been a while since I last posted. Where have I been? Well I have been down a rabbit hole, all in the search for health. And boy is it some rabbit hole. It is some maze once you get down there, and there have been times when my head felt like it was in a spin, pretty much like this picture.

Maze

What I have found is very controversial, and I have been reluctant to speak out about it, but the more I read, the more I realise the time is NOW to stand up and speak out. It is a topic that divides camps, sets sisters against sisters, mothers against mothers, each insistent that their camp is the right camp. Do you know what I am referring too?

Now I believe that there are very few mother’s who don’t want the best for their baby. If they don’t, then I am going to judge them as mentally ill. So for the purpose of this debate, I am going to say that mother’s want the very best for their children. But in my 40 years of working in a variety of health provider settings, I do not believe that we are healthier than when I started my nursing career. And I started to ask why?

What I found was a truth that was not easy to hear. Our health service is failing us. Why? Because we have been taught half a story about something that is so wide-spread, and it goes back hundreds of years.

Do you remember being taught at school, that Jenner saved the world from smallpox, by observing that milkmaids who had contracted cow-pox were immune from the disease? He thought it was a good idea to “innoculate” people with the pus obtained from the pustules. How gross. Can you imagine taking the pus out of a blackhead, and scratching a new born’s skin and smearing pus into it. Well that is basically what Jenner did. And we were taught that smallpox was kept in check, and eventually eradicated.  Only they failed to tell us that when the smallpox innoculation became mandatory, the incidence of smallpox actually went up, not down.

In Italy, where they over-vaccinated, small towns of a few thousand population had vast numbers of cases of smallpox. Towns such as Badolota, population 3,800, had 1,200 cases. That is almost a third of the population had smallpox despite being vaccinated. You can read far more about smallpox and all the other infectious and contagious diseases, in Dr Suzanne Humphries book “Dissolving Illusions“. Why did it not stop then? Why did people not see that it wasn’t working. Somehow or other the medical profession has us believing that they know better than the rest of us, without a medical degree, but believe me when I say, “there is nobody more educated than a mamma who has a vaccine injured chid”

They become an autodidact on the subject. Self taught without a formal education. They have spent hours listening to Dr Sheri Tenpenny, Del Bigtree, Robert F Kennedy Jnr, Prof Chris Exley, Brandy Vaughan, Dr Susanne Humphries, Judy Mikovits PhD to name just a few.

They chose a pathway of informed choice, which is our right before any medical procedure. But how often have we blindly done what our doctor told us to?

Which way.

Please come and join me as I try to explain why I think that vaccines are not all they are cracked up to be.

Blessings and Health

Joy

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Big Food & Big Pharma Killing for Profit

Do you think your doctor is more interested in your health than their bottom line? This is a must see production, from the European Parliament in Brussels.

This is over 2 hours long, so I am going to break it down into small bite-sized chunks in the coming days and weeks, with Posts entitled: Killing for Profit Digested If you can’t watch 2 hours worth, then these are for you.

Good health to you

Namaste

Joy

Your Rights in Vaccination

Date: Wednesday April 18 Time: 9:00 PM Eastern USA time zone (6:00 PM Pacific) Link to page: CLICK HERE I’ll be joined by Vaccine Injury and Exemption Attorney Patricia Finn… You may remember Patricia from the Vaccines Revealed series. Her story is incredible–she’s literally been threatened by the state of New York for her pursuit of […]

via Your vaccination rights are in danger … FREE webcast 18 April on your rights, featuring vaccine injury & exemption attorney — Rangitikei Enviromental Health Watch

The transformation of a Jelly Baby

Did you make any New Year Resolutions this year? Have you kept them up? Or have you failed miserably yet again to make this year, the year you change your life, yourself, your level of fitness, or any other challenge that you set yourself on 31st December year x?

Let’s be honest, we have all done it haven’t we? Promised ourselves that this year will be THE year to make the change and the difference So how are you doing?

For me, with a birthday in January, and a daughter who also has a Birthday in the first 2 weeks of the year, it was never going to be a good month to stay off the alcohol, the chocolates, the cake now was it? So we celebrate in style, and look forward to February when we can set our goals, knowing that the days are getting longer, the evenings are getting lighter, and it is oh so much easier to race round the streets after tea. And let’s be honest the promise of summer just around the corner is always a good time to think of lying on the beach, and just how are the tops of my legs going to look in my cossie this year? I probably have this thought every year, and tell myself that I will have slim thighs by June, but fail miserably. But this year is going to be different, and just what has made me get up off the couch and go and do something this year?

Well it was episode 1 of Apple Tree Yard, a psycholgical thriller that is on our TV at the moment. The main character is a post-menopausal woman who says that her physique resembles that of a Jelly Baby, and boy did that hit a chord! It was funny, but also the bitter truth, my body too is squidgy in places which resembles that of a favourite sweet.

So yesterday I set some goals.

Starting point:

Weight 11 stone/ 151 lbs

Vital Statistics  32 33 43 not so much a jelly baby as a pear drop

Resting Heart Rate 70 bpm

Exercise Nil

My goals: To run a 5 km fun run in May and a 10 km run in aid of charity in Sept. Get my weight down to 140 lbs in May and 130 lbs in Sept.

To transform this Jelly Baby into a Pear Drop, less squidgy, more hard muscle, but still sweet all the way through

Today I joined a gym and walked/jogged/ran 1 kilometre in 10 minutes 16 seconds, and got my heart rate up to 144 bpm.

challenge-change

 

 

Generations in the Clinic

Generations

Healthy Generations

One of the most satisfying things in my Chiropractic clinic is seeing several members of the same family come for treatment. This past few weeks I have had two or three retired men come to see me, and within a couple of treatments, they are coming back and saying that their wife would also like an appointment with me. That is always a good sign that I must be doing something right. Same generation.

Today I saw three generations of the same family. The first member to come was actually pregnant with the next generation when she came to see me. After giving birth, her son was brought to me for a check up, to see if his birth had caused any misalingments. To read more about how birth can cause a baby problems, please have a look at my website.

Today Grandma came in to see me for her first treatment. It was the first time in 17 years of being a Chiropractor that I had to do the questioning for the consultation and explanation via an interpeter, as Grandma is from Poland. She is over in the UK to help her daughter adjust back to work. To those of you who know me, you will wonder how I managed to get through a whole treatment without talking. It was strange to say the least, but the look of relief on her face was enough to know that despite not being able to verbally communicate, her pain was much diminished, and the hug was in a language that anybody could understand.

What do each generation in your family share, as a common ground?

Blessings Joy

 

 

Reflections on A to Z Challenge

This was my very first year of participating on the AtoZChallenge and I have to admit I found it really fun, and confess that I did not get to visit as many blogs as I should have done throughout the challenge. Apologies but I hope to catch up with some of you over the coming weeks. I find the blogosphere a bit like a blackhole, you click on a link to a blog and you end up going down a wormhole, only to get released 5 hours later when your bum has gone numb, from sitting too long.

I wrote a lot of my posts over the Easter weekend and scheduled them in advance. There were a couple of letters, W springs to mind, where the word was not forthcoming, and only came to me through the month, after a chance word was said to me. You can read Witch or Wise Woman to see what happened to give me that post. Scheduling does not come without it’s own perils, like getting the wrong letter for the day. W went out before T I think. I must confess I also never got round to writing X. I had it all typed in my mind, but never got round to putting onto wordpress. Did anybody notice?

I would like to thank all those who gave me such lovely feedback, including in no particular order:

https://promptlings.wordpress.com/

https://thejaidev.wordpress.com/

https://spiritualdragonfly.wordpress.com/

https://lexicalcreations.wordpress.com/

https://prabhatks.wordpress.com/

https://annalevensonpsy.wordpress.com/

Welcome, especially if this is your first visit

https://pluviolover.wordpress.com/

Welcome

https://doc2poet.wordpress.com/

https://artistpath.wordpress.com/

https://waldina.com/

https://susanjhernandez.wordpress.com/

https://shirleyjdietz.com/

https://recipetosuccess.wordpress.com/

https://vivachiro.wordpress.com/

https://ionanerissa.wordpress.com/

https://lessonsfrommydaughter.me/

https://savingshards.wordpress.com/

https://meinthemiddlewrites.com/

After going and searching for all my interactors I realise that there are more than I thought. I miss your emails popping into my inbox letting me know that you have inteeracted on my blog. I am so glad that so many of you found it useful and informative. I would love to know if any of you have started to get to know any smelly friends any better?

pablo(21) As part of the challenge I hope that 1 couple will consider calling in on us when the cruise around the British isles next year. I hope to call in on someone in New Brunswick, Nove scotia area when we get to cruise there, and more friendships have been forged globally as a result of this challenge. Since it has finished I am writing more on my other blog This Pilgrims Progress, and I would love to see some of you over there, as I chronicle my journey through life.

Blessings Joy

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T is for Tangerine Ti-tree and Topical

Tangerine:                               Citrus reticulata                                       Keyword: Calmative

This citrus oil is akin to Mandarin and not too dis-similar to Orange but subtler. It is more kind on the skin in the bath, although it is phototoxic, so not to be used if going out into strong sunlight after use on the skin.

Amphora tangerine

Tangerine

Helpful with stress and tension, with it’s soothing action on the nervous system. This extends to the digestive system, settling stomach and gastric complaints.

A gentle oil which can be used on young children.

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Tea Tree                         Melaleuca alternifolia                    Keyword:                Antiseptic

This essential oil has a strong medicinal aroma and has an unsurpassed reputation as an immune system stimulant. Anti-bacterial, anti-viral and anti-fungal. Can be applied neat to the skin. Headlice hate the smell and is found in many lice deterrent shampoos, lotions and potions

Amphora Tea Tree

Tangerine

May come into it’s own in the influenza season. My money is on it. Burn it in a blend thoughout the winter in preference to have any vaccination.

 

 

 

TOPICAL

We have looked at massaging blends into the skin back in Blends and Massage. Contrary to a range of aromatherapy which has become very popular in recent years, I do not advocate putting neat essential oils on the skin, apart from lavender and ti-tree. I also do not recommend many essential oils to be used on babies and very young children. That’s my personal view, and I know there are many that would disagree. What do you think?

Thank you for following my journey through the AtoZChallenge

Blessings Joy