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« Reply #15 on: November 01, 2011, 08:02:13 AM »
Here is info about a pendant from .   I have some products from that source, but not the turquoise pendant.

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Turquoise was one of the first gem stones to have been mined has long been prized for its intense colours, which vary greatly from sky blue to green, depending on the quantities of iron and copper found in it. Turquoise is a complicated gemstone. Just the right type of minerals must be in just the right place for millions of years before turquoise is finally created.

Egyptians prized Turquoise as a Life Stone. The oldest pieces of jewelry set with this gem are for bracelets found on the mummified arm of Queen Zar who ruled in Egypt around 5500 BC.

Highly revered in Tibet, a Turquoise stone was carried throughout one’s entire life. It was exchanged as currency and the finest stones were considered more valuable than gold.

Native Americans believed the stone brought protection to riders.
Turquoise is a purification stone. It dispels negative energy and can be worn to protect against outside influences or pollutants in the atmosphere. Turquoise balances and aligns all the chakras, stabilizing mood swings and instilling inner calm. It is excellent for depression and exhaustion; it also has the power to prevent panic attacks. Turquoise promotes self-realization and assists creative problem solving. It is a symbol of friendship, and stimulates romantic love.

Turquoise was part of the medical equipment of most physicians of the fifteenth century.
Turquoise aids in the absorption of nutrients, enhances the immune system, stimulates the regeneration of tissue, and heals the whole body. It contains anti-inflammatory and detoxifying effects, and alleviates cramps and pain. Turquoise purifies lungs, soothes and clears sore throats, and heals the eyes, including cataracts. It neutralizes over acidity, benefits rheumatism, gout, stomach problems, and viral infections.

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« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2011, 08:56:55 AM »
and turquoise is blue which fits in with the Throat Chakra.
"THROAT CHAKRA In and over the throat area, including the mouth, jaw, and ears   COLOR:Turquoise   NOTE:G   VOWEL: "EYE" (as in the word "I") GLAND: Thyroid   LIFE ISSUES: Truth, willpower, creativity, self-expression"

Why wearing a blue crystal or gem stone helps your throat chakra - 'the communication Chakra' as does wearing or holding corresponding colour crystals for a particular chakra.

Do love my crystals, thanks Jim for topic.

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« Reply #17 on: January 18, 2012, 04:05:56 PM »
This is a belief that I can hold on to!  Thank You Chaunska.  I have never heard of Hollow Bones before...but I try to live by it, it would seem.  I don't like to be so pushy.  I tried it when I first started Reiki.  Or anything else I found of interest...gotta save the world in spite of themselves!  well...hollow bones is the way I work is better.

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« Reply #18 on: January 18, 2012, 04:50:38 PM »
I vaguely remember hearing about hollow bones a while back, but I can't remember anything about it.  Can you tell us more Chanuska?  Thanks.


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« Reply #19 on: January 18, 2012, 06:02:38 PM »
I met my Grandson for the first time last November he was only 2 weeks old and very small. My Daughter handed him to me for the first time and I held him close and placed my hand on his chest and felt something not right? Like holding a frightened bird in your hand. I said his heart is beating too fast? She explained to me that he was born with 2 holes in his heart chambers. She asked how did you know? I said I could feel it.
I believe he was reaching out to me he needed help.
I held him close to my heart, thought of all the most comforting, happiest moments in my life I did not try to heal him(don't believe it works like that) I wanted to become the hollow bone make a path between him and what he needed.
I was only there for 3 weeks. I spent as much time as I could with him, talking, singing songs, feeding him looking into his eyes, thinking of my family and ancestors that have gone before me. I was sure he would get better. He did.
I returned home and got a call after his next Doctors appointment and the Doctor was surprised said he didn't understand said the only way to explain it was the first set of test must have been wrong. These holes can close up by them selves but that takes months.
He was scheduled for a procedure and now they are waiting to see what kind of progress he will make.
I remembered chaunska talked about this last year, becoming the hollow bone like a straw.
That vision helped me see the path and make the connection for him.
This was a very important step for me.
Thank you.

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« Reply #20 on: January 18, 2012, 06:54:42 PM »
Beautiful story, throwback1952, thanks for telling us.

I did not try to heal him(don't believe it works like that)

Ah well, evidently it did!  (Or, how have I misunderstood?)


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« Reply #21 on: January 18, 2012, 09:28:52 PM »
I wanted him to be healed. I don't think it came from me it came through me, the hollow bone.
Like if you prayed to god for a healing. God does the healing you only prayed or asked for it.
You become the hollow bone.


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« Reply #22 on: January 19, 2012, 07:50:06 AM »
I wanted him to be healed. I don't think it came from me it came through me, the hollow bone.
Like if you prayed to god for a healing. God does the healing you only prayed or asked for it.
You become the hollow bone.

Yes, that's how the Quantum Touch material say it works.  The real healer is the client himself, or more specifically, his body, which has the intelligence to make use of the energy that the practitioner is directing to it.


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« Reply #23 on: January 22, 2012, 11:52:56 AM »
I am so glad some of you are reading about this.    Throwback, you are right on the money with how a hollow bone works.   It does not come from us, but through us.   Your grandson is a perfect example.   You asked in your own way for him to be healed...wanting is is like asking.    Your grandson is much too small to have had conscious faith, but there was an unspoken asking from him.   You were the pathway.    Your Grandson's spirit had the faith and so did you.   It is not the patient or the practitioner that does the healing.    Having faith means that you know that there is a Spirit World and Creator and that they can do whatever they want, things we call miracles.   The flip side of this is knowing that Creator and the Spirits will also do what is best, even if it is not what we want.    Sometimes this can sap the faith in people...because if they don't get what they are praying for, the say, "well that didn't work...I'll never fall for that again"    This is when we are expected to know that just because things didn't work out the way you "faithfully" wanted them too, you are to accept what the Spirits have decided or done.   If you can understand this, you are there as a Hollow Bone.    The reason we say that the person has to asked to be healed, is because they must humble themselves in order to open up to receive the power of Healing through you and themselves.   They cannot open to this unless they ask.   This is their part of the healing, they do not have to do anything further.    By asking, they not only humble themselves, they also are professing their faith that they can be healed...otherwise, why ask.    This is how it works.    Just like when you were a kid, and you really wanted that bb gun for Christmas, and you didn't get it.   Well, just because you didn't get it doesn't mean your parents do not exist.   You can see with your own eyes that they exist....they just made a decision that was best....(Santa would be religion in this case, Your Parents would be Spirituality)   So, the Spirits and Creator are like our parents....they are real, and they make decisions according to what is best, and they love us.     

Also,  never give up hope on anything....hope feeds faith.   Dispair and thinking the worst is having faith in dispair and the worst possibilities.      I know that humans are afraid of failure and disappointments, and sometimes humans think the worst so that they are "prepared" and "relieved" when the worst doesn't happen, but this does not help, and it closes you closes up the the Hollow Bone.    This comes to play often when a relative is sick and doctors are saying things like, "if he does make it, he'll be on a ventilator for the rest of his life"...and such.    Do not give what the doctors say faith....give miracles faith.   
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« Reply #24 on: January 22, 2012, 12:36:30 PM »
Chaunska, that is beautiful, thank you.  JKB
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« Reply #25 on: January 22, 2012, 02:40:18 PM »
Very Beautiful and I it helped me to understand some things much more clearly.
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Ancient Egyptian technology may be our first line of defense from hospital infections

by Walter Einenkel

No matter where in the world you find yourself, hospitals are filled with bacteria and viruses and potential infections for patients. Constanza Correa and her colleagues believe they have found a simple, and very old, fix that could greatly reduce inpatients' chances of infection—replacing bedrails with copper.

Copper definitely wipes out microbes. "Bacteria, yeasts and viruses are rapidly killed on metallic copper surfaces, and the term "contact killing" has been coined for this process," wrote the authors of an article on copper in Applied and Environmental Microbiology. That knowledge has been around a very long time. The journal article cites an Egyptian medical text, written around 2600-2000 B.C., that cites the use of copper to sterilize chest wounds and drinking water.
Cassandra D. Salgado, MD (who, besides being a hospital epidemiologist and associate professor of medicine, is also the medical director for infection prevention at the Medical University of South Carolina) explains:

...that the antimicrobial effect of copper-alloy surfaces is a result of the metal stealing electrons from the bacteria when they come into contact with each other. “Once the bacteria donate the electrons to the copper metal, this places the organism into a state of electrical-charge deficit,” she says. “As a consequence, free radicals are generated inside the cell, which ultimately leads to the cell’s death.”
Early data from a study done where copper rails were used in 3 separate hospitals' ICU units are promising.

Our study demonstrated that placing a copper alloy surface onto 6 common, highly touched objects in ICU rooms reduced the risk of HAI by more than half at all study sites.
Copper hasn't been used because it's cheaper to mass-produce plastics and stainless steel moldings. However, hospital related infections are considerably more of an economic burden for everyone involved.

In industrialized countries, 5 percent of patients develop these infections and the number is three times more in developing countries. These are infections like pneumonia and urinary tract infections. In the United States, the annual direct cost to treat these infections is $40 billion a year. Plus the patient loses time at work. And we don't consider what happens after a patient leaves the hospital. They may get sick [from these infections] later, too.
In the end, the bump in price to install copper bedrails is not that much. The larger question will be whether hospitals get more radical and actually outfit the numerous surfaces that can benefit from the use of copper.
Copper kills everything. Why wouldn't you use it?


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« Reply #27 on: February 13, 2015, 08:26:34 AM »
After searching a bit, I think the article below belongs here in the "Ancient Health Methods..." topic because we modern-day humans have often given up many of the practices of our ancestors, including exercise, and instead spend our days at a computer or TV. 

The article shows how exercise can actually change our genetics--not the base pairs of DNA, but the expression of DNA, via the changes induced by exercise.  Good stuff.  Of course, ancient peoples probably knew this anyway and we are now relearning it.

Not sure why the horizontal line runs through much of the last half of the article's text, but it is still readable, so I left it.  Of course, one can go to and find the original article there.

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    Brief, vigorous exercise causes immediate structural and chemical changes in the DNA molecules within your muscles that benefit your health
    Endurance training also produces beneficial genetic changes that play a role in energy metabolism, insulin response, and muscle inflammation
    Increased blood flow from regular exercise adapts your brain to turn different genes on or off; many of these changes help protect against diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

How Exercise Affects Your Genes, and More

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By Dr. Mercola

    Virtually everyone would agree that exercise improves health, but the mechanisms by which it actually produces those benefits have been challenging to tease out.

    Fitness research has come a long way though, and modern science has made a number of interesting observations that help explain how exercise affects your body to improve your health.

    Part of the answer lies in its ability to affect genetic expression; activating some genes, and deactivating others. A previous New York Times article1 delved into the latest research on this front, noting that:

        “The human genome is astonishingly complex and dynamic, with genes constantly turning on or off, depending on what biochemical signals they receive from the body. When genes are turned on, they express proteins that prompt physiological responses elsewhere in the body.”

The Epigenetics of Exercise

    Far from being “written in stone,” genetic expression can be altered by influences coming from outside the gene. This influence alters the operation of the gene, but does not affect the DNA blueprint itself. This process is known as “epigenetics,” and occurs mainly through methylation. As described in the featured article:

        “In methylation, clusters of atoms, called methyl groups, attach to the outside of a gene like microscopic mollusks and make the gene more or less able to receive and respond to biochemical signals from the body.”

    Methylation patterns can be altered by a variety of lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise. Toxic exposure also tends to affect genetic expression, by altering the types of proteins a particular gene will express.

    In this way, your environment, diet, and general lifestyle play a significant role in your state of health and development of disease. When it comes to exercise, previous research has found that exercise can induce immediate changes in the methylation patterns of genes found in your muscle cells.

    A study published in the journal Cell Metabolism2 in 2012 showed that while the underlying genetic code in the muscle remains unchanged, vigorous exercise—even if brief—causes structural and chemical changes in the DNA molecules within the muscles.

    This gene activation is induced by contraction of the muscle, and this contraction-induced gene activation appears to be part of the chain of events that lead to the genetic reprogramming of muscle for strength—and to the structural and metabolic benefits of exercise.

    Several of the genes affected by an acute bout of exercise are genes involved in fat metabolism. Specifically, the study suggests that when you exercise, your body almost immediately experiences genetic activation that increases the production of fat-busting proteins.

    Previous studies have also identified and measured a wide variety of biochemical changes that occur during exercise. More than 20 different metabolites3 are affected, including compounds that help stabilize your blood sugar. All of these biochemical changes create a positive feedback loop, resulting in improved health and physical performance.

How Endurance Training Affects Your Genes

    These kinds of findings led to another question: does endurance training (opposed to a brief intense bout of exercise) also affect methylation, and if so, how? A Swedish study4 published in December 2014 sought to shed light on this question.

    As reported in the featured article:

        “cientists at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm recruited 23 young and healthy men and women, brought them to the lab for a series of physical performance and medical tests, including a muscle biopsy, and then asked them to exercise half of their lower bodies for three months.

        One of the obstacles in the past to precisely studying epigenetic changes has been that so many aspects of our lives affect our methylation patterns, making it difficult to isolate the effects of exercise from those of diet or other behaviors.

        The Karolinska scientists overturned that obstacle by the simple expedient of having their volunteers bicycle using only one leg, leaving the other unexercised.

         In effect, each person became his or her own control group. Both legs would undergo methylation patterns influenced by his or her entire life; but only the pedaling leg would show changes related to exercise.”

    The volunteers performed their one-legged pedal exercise, at a moderate pace, for 45 minutes four times a week for three months. The result? The exercised leg was stronger than the unexercised leg, confirming that exercise led to physical improvement, as you would expect.

    Genetic alterations within the cells of the muscles revealed there was more to the story however. More than 5,000 sites on the muscle cells’ genome, biopsied from the exercised leg, had altered methylation patterns. These changes were not found in biopsied cells from the unexercised leg. A majority of the methylation changes that occurred in the exercised leg play a role in:

        Energy metabolism
        Insulin response
        Muscle inflammation

Endurance Training versus High Intensity Exercise

    Quite clearly, exercise—in all its forms—tends to have a positive effect. It has the power to affect your entire body, and your overall state of health. Its beneficial impact on your insulin response (normalizing your glucose and insulin levels by optimizing insulin receptor sensitivity) is among the most important benefits of exercise, as insulin resistance is a factor in most chronic disease. According to lead author Malene Lindholm:5

        “Through endurance training — a lifestyle change that is easily available for most people and doesn’t cost much money—we can induce changes that affect how we use our genes and, through that, get healthier and more functional muscles that ultimately improve our quality of life.”

    High intensity interval training (HIIT) has been shown to be far more effective at producing positive results however, when compared to endurance training. And while the study above concluded that endurance training indeed induces genetic alterations that promote good health, HIIT is known to do so far more efficiently. Mounting research shows that by focusing on endurance-type exercises, such as jogging on a treadmill, you actually forgo many of the most profound benefits of exercise.

    Some of the latest research in high intensity exercise involves myokines—a class of cell-signaling proteins produced by muscle fibers—and how they can combat diseases like metabolic syndrome and cancer. I interviewed Dr. Doug McGuff about this research last year. These myokines—which are cytokines produced in muscle—are very anti-inflammatory. They also increase your insulin sensitivity and your glucose utilization inside the muscle. High intensity strength training, also known as “super-slow strength training,” is likely the most effective in terms of activating myokines.

    The reason for this is because it induces a rapid and deep level of muscle fatigue. This triggers the synthesis of more contractile tissue, and all the metabolic components to support it—including more myokines. If you still have not incorporated high intensity exercise into your fitness regimen, I highly recommend getting started. You can learn more about HIIT here,6 as there are many different programs to choose from. I also review the similarities and differences between super-slow and super-super-slow strength training techniques in this previous article.7

The Many Biological Effects of Exercise

    Getting back to the effects of exercise in general, a number of biological effects occur when you work out. This includes changes in your:

        Muscles, which use glucose and ATP for contraction and movement. To create more ATP, your body needs extra oxygen, so breathing increases and your heart starts pumping more blood to your muscles. Without sufficient oxygen, lactic acid will form instead. Tiny tears in your muscles make them grow bigger and stronger as they heal.
        Lungs. As your muscles call for more oxygen (as much as 15 times more oxygen than when you’re at rest), your breathing rate increases. Once the muscles surrounding your lungs cannot move any faster, you’ve reached what’s called your VO2 max—your maximum capacity of oxygen use. The higher your VO2 max, the fitter you are.
        Heart. As mentioned, your heart rate increases with physical activity to supply more oxygenated blood to your muscles. The fitter you are, the more efficiently your heart can do this, allowing you to work out longer and harder. As a side effect, this increased efficiency will also reduce your resting heart rate. Your blood pressure will also decrease as a result of new blood vessels forming.
        Joints and bones, as exercise can place as much as five or six times more than your body weight on them. Peak bone mass is achieved in adulthood and then begins a slow decline, but exercise can help you to maintain healthy bone mass as you get older. Weight-bearing exercise is actually one of the most effective remedies against osteoporosis, as your bones are very porous and soft, and as you get older your bones can easily become less dense and hence, more brittle -- especially if you are inactive.

Exercise Is Important for Optimal Brain Health, Too

    Mounting research also shows that exercise is as important for your brain function as it is for the rest of your body. In fact, it may be part and parcel of staying “sharp as a tack” well into old age. For starters, the increased blood flow allows your brain to almost immediately function better. As a result, you tend to feel more focused after a workout.  More importantly though, exercising regularly will prompt the growth of new brain cells. In your hippocampus, these new brain cells help boost memory and learning.8 It also helps preserve both gray and white matter in your brain, which prevents cognitive deterioration that can occur with age.9,10

    Genetic changes occur here, too. The increased blood flow adapts your brain to turn different genes on or off, and many of these changes help protect against diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. A number of neurotransmitters are also triggered, such as endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, glutamate, and GABA. Some of these are well-known for their role in mood control. Not surprisingly, exercise is one of the most effective prevention and treatment strategies for depression. Three of the mechanisms by which exercise produces these beneficial changes in your brain are:

        Increasing Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF). Exercise stimulates the production of a protein called FNDC5, which in turn triggers the production of BDNF, which has remarkable rejuvenating abilities. In your brain, BDNF both preserves existing brain cells,11 and activates brain stem cells to convert into new neurons, effectively making your brain grow larger.12
        Decreasing BMP and boosting Noggin: Bone-morphogenetic protein (BMP) slows down the creation of new neurons, thereby reducing neurogenesis. If you have high levels of BMP, your brain grows slower and less nimble. Exercise reduces the impact of BMP, so that your adult stem cells can continue performing their vital functions of keeping your brain agile.

        In animal research,13,14 mice with access to running wheels reduced the BMP in their brains by half in just one week. In addition, they also had a notable increase in another brain protein called Noggin, which acts as a BMP antagonist. So, exercise not only reduces the detrimental effects of BMP, it simultaneously boosts the more beneficial Noggin as well. This complex interplay between BMP and Noggin appears to be yet another powerful factor that helps ensure the proliferation and youthfulness of your neurons.
        Reducing plaque formation: By altering the way damaging proteins reside inside your brain, exercise may help slow the development of Alzheimer's disease.15

Exercise Leverages Other Healthy Lifestyle Changes

    While diet accounts for about 80 percent of the health benefits you get from a healthy lifestyle, exercise is the ultimate “leveraging agent” that kicks all those benefits up a notch. The earlier you begin and the more consistent you are, the greater your long-term rewards, but it’s never too late to start. Even seniors can improve their physical and mental health—not to mention physical function—by starting up an appropriate exercise program. Strength training is particularly important for the elderly, and super-slow strength training tends to be both safer and more effective than many other alternatives.

    I believe that, overall, high-intensity interval training really helps maximize the health benefits of exercise, while simultaneously being the most efficient and therefore requiring the least amount of time. That said, ideally you’ll want to strive for a varied and well-rounded fitness program that incorporates a wide variety of exercises.

    I also strongly recommend avoiding sitting as much as possible, and making it a point to walk more every day. A fitness tracker can be very helpful for this. I suggest aiming for 7,000 to 10,000 steps per day, in addition to your regular fitness regimen, not in lieu of it. The research is clearly showing that prolonged sitting is an independent risk factor for chronic disease and increases your mortality risk from all causes. So standing up more and engaging in non-exercise movement as much as possible is just as important for optimal health as having a regular fitness regimen.


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Worth a try:

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This long format track has been specially designed to be used as sound healing track during sleep. 528Hz Solfeggio tone creates music to calm an overactive mind and send us towards connecting with the divine. It is also known as love frequency and miracle tone


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« Reply #29 on: May 11, 2017, 11:21:51 PM »
Yowbarb Note: This Topic is for Health & Beauty tips, some based upon oriental medicine, misc.
Post here what you want to share.
This you tube channel has lots of tips:

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Hold Your Hand In This Position And You Will Not Believe What Follows Next! 1:52   1,060,649 views

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We use our hands to do pretty much everything we use them to prepare our food and to drive our cars. However, there are some specific hand exercises from ancient India which will make you learn how to use hand yoga to treat health problems and further expand the function of your hands.

Surya Mudra
This pose will help you lose weight faster and improve your digestion, while also resolving any eyesight problems. The technique will also help you in case of circulation and trembling.

Prithvi Mudra
This strength pose can increase the earth element over the fire one. The earth element can influence the growth of tissues and muscle development while encouraging healing. It eliminates the fire element, meaning that it eliminates inflammation as well.

Vaayu Mudra
This pose will improve the oxygen transport to the body’s tissues and calm your mind.

Shunya Mudra
The Shunya Mudra pose will relax your body and help you with ear problems, vertigo or feeling of dullness.

Gyan Mudra
The pose of wisdom, as the Gyan Mudra is called, will boost your enthusiasm and creativity.

Varun Mudra
The pose can help people suffering from arthritis, hormonal disorders and dehydration.

Aakash mudra
The pose of enlightenment can relax your mind and detoxify your body.
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