Sharing my journey….

IMG_0102       Remember those experiments we did in Science class?  The celery stick naturally drank the colored water and it filled it’s veins with the red dye that we put it in?

Our bodies, naturally, do the same thing.  We don’t even have to think about it and it happens.

Our bodies are made to work in partnership with us to keep us nourished, healthy, and well.

They naturally signal us for hunger and thirst, for attention needed to a certain part, like when we have an ache or a pain somewhere.

I’ve recently been hearing about the wholistic doctors who have died.  At least 11 in the last three months.  Some were on the verge of finding a cure for cancer.

A friend of my daughter’s who is in his 20’s recently started experiencing signs of MS. Living in Hawaii, an avid water-man, he is a deep sea fisherman, who often goes out to sea, and brings his catch back to the beach and enjoys cooking it over an open fire.  What a great life!

The doctor tested him, and found that his Mercury levels were off the charts!  He also told him “off the record” that we shouldn’t be eating anything from the ocean, including sea weed or any living thing.

GMO foods are designed to kill pests.  It makes me wonder:  are human beings pests?

The bees and butterflies are dying at rapid rates.  Are they considered pests?

Masaru Emoto taught us to pray over our water and our food to change the vibration in it.

He taught that by speaking loving thoughts to food and water, the energetic vibration would rise to a healthier position.

The world is changing – In the past 10 years I’ve seen so many hospitals springing up, even huge pet hospitals.

Vaccines are being pushed on everyone, So why is everyone so sick?

Women over 50 are being targeted for heart medication.

70% of the population is on pharmaceuticals.

It’s time to wake up.  And it’s overwhelming to be caught in the middle of all of it, not knowing what to do, who to trust.

You may be feeling ” fight or flight” symptoms just reading this.

We can do this together.

It starts with a prayer….

Start praying like nobody’s watching!

Pray for the world.

Pray for your family.

Pray for your self.

Pray for your pets.

Pray over your food and water.

The oceans, the trees, the birds, the bees, the waters….

Ask for guidance when you pray, be patient and believe the answer will come, and always say Thankyou.  In fact, say thankyou even before you have an answer.

Practice living in a state of Thankfulness that everything will be all right.

Look for things to be thankful for and take action ~

Start at home ~~~~

Clear your pantry of all chemicals.

Clean your colon with probiotics and fermented foods like Kombucha, Kefir, and home-made saurkraut.

Start reading labels.

Plant a vegetable garden.

Speak kind, loving words, to everyone, and to yourself.

A Cottage Necessity is knowing what an amazing instrument the human body is, and respecting it.  It is designed to process whatever is put into it or on it.

A healthy colon equals a healthy life.

Your body is your Temple. Take care of it so you may live long and thrive.

You are what you eat.

A Cottage Necessity is a life of prayer, knowing that every thought you think, every word you speak is actually a prayer that is creating your life in every moment.

And that my friends, is how we change the world.

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Lorna

How many of us long for our own comfy cottage in the woods? I know I do! We can make our own comfy cottage, right here, right now, no matter where we live. I'm a mother of two, grandmother of two boys, interior designer who thinks out-of-the-box, up cycler, and interested in just about anything related to living comfortably and finding contentment, connecting with the Great Spirit in the natural world and respect for all beings who walk the earth.

3 thoughts on “Sharing my journey….”

  1. I became aware a long time ago that eating junk food is synonymous with sweeping the dirt over the threshold INTO the temple… amazing how this is so easy to forget. Being thankful is powerful. I used to be thankful for donuts for breakfast because that’s what God provided that particular morning… it was tongue in cheek, but now that I look back on it, rather disrespectful. I was disregarding my God-given freedom to choose, choose healthy. Your blog is such a blessing, Lorna. ❤

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      1. Being thankful for donuts is great, as I am sure they have brought a lot of happiness to people. Who doesn’t enjoy a good donut once in a while? If only they didn’t make you feel so lousy after eating one.

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