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In an age of rampant chronic disease, reconnecting with the Earth’s energy beneath our very feet provides a way back to better health.

We are bioelectrical beings living on an electrical planet.  Reconnect to the Earth!
 
The surface of the Earth resonates with natural, subtle energies. Ongoing scientific research is discovering the details as to why people feel significantly better when they connect with these omnipresent energy fields. Earthing refers to the process of connecting by walking barefoot outside, as humans have done throughout history, or sitting, working, or sleeping grounded indoors. For more than a decade, thousands of people around the world—men, women, children, and athletes—have incorporated Earthing into their daily routines and report that they sleep better, have less pain and stress, and faster recovery from trauma. Earthing immediately equalizes your body to the same energy level, or potential, as the Earth. This results in synchronizing your internal biological clocks, hormonal cycles, and physiological rhythms, and suffusing your body with healing, negatively charged free electrons abundantly present on the surface of the Earth.
 
Earthing is among the most natural and safest things you can do.
 
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“In our high tech society, connecting with the Earth has never been more critical to our health and well-being. This inspired and well-researched book explains the perils we face by being disconnected from the power and energy of the Earth and its boundless storehouse of free electrons. Could much of the disease, chronic inflammation, poor sleep and more be the result of this? A brilliant hypothesis well-grounded in science. Highly recommended.”
–Nicholas Perricone, M.D., author of Ageless Face, Ageless Mind
 
“Earthing ranks right up there with the discovery of penicillin. This book is probably the most important health read of the 21rst century.”
–Ann Louise Gittleman, Ph.D.,C.N.S., author of The Fat Flush Plan
 
“People have lost touch with the Earth. From a biblical perspective, people who lose touch with the Earth lose touch with God. Earthing reconnects us to the planet, to others, and, in a sense, to God.”
–Gabriel Cousens, M.D., author of Spiritual Nutrition
 
“Earthing may be as fundamental as sunlight, air, water, and nutrients. May the Ground be with you!"
–Amanda Ward, N.D., naturopathic doctor, San Diego
 
“Hormonal imbalances are so prevalent among women. Earthing has a profoundly beneficial effect in helping to balance the system and reduce symptoms."
–Gary E. Schwartz, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Medicine, University of Arizona, author of The Energy Healing Experiments.
 
“Earthing connects us to Nature and Nature is the ultimate source of health and healing. This book is a manual for one of Nature’s great healing secrets.” 
–John Gray, Ph.D., author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
 
“Most people want the most health benefits for the least amount of work. This is it! Earthing gives you more benefits for the least work. There is no work!”
–David Wolfe, M.S., author of Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future
 
“The feedback from patients is now so strong that I know predictably, as a doctor, this will change a person’s life.” 
–David Gersten, M.D., author of Are You Getting Enlightened or Losing Your Mind?
 
“Earthing is a revolutionary health breakthrough that will change your life. Read this book, get grounded, and start the process of breaking the stress and illness cycle.” 
–Martin Gallagher, M.D., D.C., author of Dr. Gallagher's Guide to 21st Century Medicine
 
“This works! It has great promise. Something simple that should be used everywhere.”
–Richard Delany, M.D., Milton, MA
 
“Wonderful book! Earthing is a return to the healing power of Nature. Scientifically based and intuitively correct, here's a simple but powerful way to restore your health on all levels."
–Hyla Cass, M.D., author of 8 Weeks to Vibrant Health
 
“Sleeping grounded gives me sound uninterrupted sleep. I awake feeling refreshed even with all my traveling."
–Supermodel Miranda Kerr
 
“Earthing has been a huge boost for me and the recovery process from injuries and exhaustion. I’m able to come back a lot stronger and feel a lot better.”
–Chris Lieto, three-time Iron Man triathlete champion
 
 
 
 
Greater Vision 
Marc Grossman

Having used reading glasses for the past decade I developed an interest in, if not actually restoring my natural eyesight, at least slowing down the rate of deterioration.  
What I have read in this enlightening book has been so informative, it makes me wonder why they don’t teach this essential information in school biology.

Everything about the eye and the many conditions that can impair our vision is so clearly explained.  Grossman takes the reader on a journey to discover vision in a deeper sense of the word and truly understand the eye and its connection with the brain. 

-“Vision is our ability to take meaning from our environment.  It is pervasive in everything we see, touch and do. It is a reflection of our biases, our hopes and our judgements, all in one package”.  Marc Grossman

-“You can’t behave differently until your eyes perceive things differently”.  Suzanne Dalia

The book concluded with Exercises in Sight, Exercises in Vision and Exercises in Sight, Exercises in Vision and Excises in Greater Vision.  I urge you to them and change the way you look at life.
 
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Guess What Came to Dinner?
Anne Louise Gittelman
 
What you don’t know about food can hurt you.

This book is about parasites and your health.  Although parasites are responsible for more deaths around the world each year than cancer, stress or heart disease, you’re unlikely to find a book on this subject in any major bookshop.

Anne Louise Gittelman was chief dietician at New York’s Belleview Hospital before moving to private practice in Santa Fe, New Mexico.   Her book covers the warning signs, the parasites groups and what you can do about them – especially the unexplained and long-term health conditions.  

Hazel Parcells, to whom this book is dedicated, writes: “Make no mistake about it, worms are the most toxic agents in the human body.  They are one of the primary underlying causes of disease and are the most basic cause of a compromised immune system”.

Despite the improvement in hygiene standards, we are all at risk. This book will educate and help you minimise that risk.
 
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Healing with Ki Kou         
 Li Xiuling
 
Unknown outside of China until recently, Ki-Kou is an ancient healing technique that is a unique combination of mindful targeted breathing, simple flowing movements, and restful poses. These gentle exercises, handed down for centuries by traditional Chinese doctors, are designed to harness your body’s own natural healing abilities.
 
Ki-Kou is the simplest, easiest, and most effective form of healing you will ever see…
 
Imagine...
•  no vitamins or supplements to take 
•  no drugs or medicines to swallow 
•  no chants, mantras, or prayers to memorize and repeat 
•  no incense, oils, or herbs to buy or apply 
•  no acupuncture needles, pressure, or painful body manipulations to endure 
•  no confusing diets to follow 
•  no difficult or exhausting exercises to perform
 
Ki-Kou offers a powerful protection against illness that moves beyond many traditional yoga techniques, offering targeting healing benefits. Using the principle of chi, considered by Eastern disciplines to be the energy source that carries life through your body, this step-by step guide brings improved health and self-awareness while targeting specific health complaints ranging from the common-cold, to cancer, to back pain.
 
Ki-Kou are appropriate for everyone from teenagers to older adults. The techniques  can be used as a stand-alone fitness and remedial programme or in combination with traditional yoga, QiGong, or our more familiar western exercise regimes - especially our morning exercise routines.
 
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Malaria
 
“Partisans still argue over who first reached certain milestones in the investigation of malaria.  But there is no doubt that a French Army doctor named Charles Laveran was the first to see malaria parasites in the blood of an infected person.   He made the discovery while working as a doctor for the French Foreign Legion outpost in Constantine, Algeria.   It was out of colonial concern, not scientific curiosity that the French government sent Laveran to Algeria in 1876. Military officials were desperate to stop the epidemics that plagued their outposts. The sick and the dead among the Foreign Legion had to be replaced, and the cost in both cash and morale was astronomical."

"There were few better places to study malaria.  The disease was endemic in Constantine, and the soldiers in the legion were wholly susceptible.  Laveran wrote that upon his arrival he immediately “had the opportunity of making autopsies on subjects who had died from pernicious attacks”.

LabveranOn November 6, 1880 the thirty-five year old Laveran drew blood from a soldier who was wracked by fever.   He placed a drop under his microscope and saw that it was alive with little moving animals. Laveran was sure that this protozoan, not a bacillus previously found in the soil by an Italian-based group, was the cause of malaria.

Laveran’s work eventually was confirmed in major laboratories, and he alone was credited with the discovery that earned him a Nobel Peace Prize (1907).”

From the book ‘Mosquito’ by Andrew Spielman and Michael D’Antonio

In Burkina Faso (formerly Upper Volta) alone, one child dies from malaria on average every 34 minutes.  Elsewhere around the world, some 300 million people are affected by malaria each year.  Of these, up to 2 million people die from it. 
 
Symptoms of the disease were noted in Sanskrit texts two thousand years ago, and ‘malaria’ was later named when it was believed to be caused by bad air. 

Today malaria is mostly confined to Africa, Asia and Latin America.  Poor living conditions and inadequate health services aggravate the problems yet there is now much concern about malaria’s increasing resistance to conventional medicines, and the unknown factors facing us with climate change.  If global temperatures continue to rise, allowing the mosquito to extend into geographic areas not yet affected, malaria will soon have the potential to kill an additional 1 million people each year.

Travel has always played a significant part in the spread of communicable diseases.  With global travel, a person can be bitten by a mosquito on holiday in the Bahamas (they’re on holiday, not the mosquito!).  Twenty-four hours later the holiday is over and a jet plane has returned the holidaymaker home to another part of the globe.   Within a short time, another mosquito could bite, taking with it the children of the plasmodium our holidaymaker became host to in Honduras, creating a new cycle. Global travel is simply an evolution of the religious pilgrimages, trade caravans and military campaigns that facilitated the spread of such disease from more confined origins.  With global travel, new infections and new strains will continue to emerge with varying severity and frequency.

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"Mosquitoes stopped their mighty armies, crippled their administration and killed millions. Soldiers would die, movement of troops became impossible. Labourers would die," says Nand Lal Kalra, Head of the Mosquito Museum in New Delhi.

"It was an endemic cycle of poverty, famine and epidemic. Growth stopped. Development came to a halt as labourers died in thousands and region after region became virtual black holes - uninhabited and barren. Whether it was laying a railway line or building a factory, malaria destroyed everything. In 1920, the British abandoned a massive river canal project for six years when malaria killed hundreds of labourers.”


 
 
 
Parasite Rex: Inside the Bizarre World of Nature's Most Dangerous Creatures
by Carl Zimmer
 
Imagine a world where parasites control the minds of their hosts, sending them to their destruction.
 
Imagine a world where parasites are masters of chemical warfare and camouflage, able to cloak themselves with their hosts' own molecules.
 
Imagine a world where parasites steer the course of evolution, where the majority of species are parasites.
 
Welcome to planet earth.
 
Parasites are among the world's most successful and sophisticated organisms. They can transform the insides of other creatures into hospitable homes. They can evade the onslaught of the immune system and even make it serve them. They can even control the minds of their hosts and force them to do their bidding. And thanks to these skills, parasites may make up the majority of all species.
 
Parasite Rex offers a guided tour to the hidden, fascinating world of parasites, from protozoans that turn rats into suicidal kamikazes to wasps that turn their own DNA into viruses to help them parasitize catepillars. It follows scientists who are beginning to appreciate how parasites can control the fate of entire ecosystems and even steer the course of evolution.
 
 
 
 
 
Practical Jin Shin Jyutsu
Alice Burmeister with Tom Monte

Jin Shin Jyutsu is an ancient Japanese practice that balances the body’s energy using fingers and hands.  I bought this book 10 years ago and read it right through.  At the time I was in the process of becoming a practitioner of Jin Shin Jyutsu.  The meaning of each energy lock has immeasurable significance and the book is on my bedside table so I can continually refresh my knowledge of  this ancient art.

Given five books to take to a desert island, this would definitely be one of them.  There are other books on the subject by Jin Shin Jyutsu trainers I have worked with but I haven’t read them so I can’t comment on them individually.

This comprehensive guide explains:
-The energy pathways in your body and the 26 sites where this energy is concentrated
-Methods that allow you to release vital energy flow in parts of your own body or another person’s.
-The five imbalances that block and reduce energy, and the simple steps you can take to overcome them.
-First aid and on the spot healing for colds, high-cholesterol levels and blood pressure, allergies, back tension, menstrual pain, headaches and other ailments.
 
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Two other recommendable works on the subject are:

 - The Touch of Healing by Alice Burmeister

 - Original Jin Shin by Mieke Berger
 
 
 
 
THE POISONED NEEDLE - Suppressed Facts About Vaccination
By  Eleanor McBean  1957  
 
Tragic photos of vaccine damage and death - A real document of history..
- Cancers and other diseases caused by vaccinations.
- medical interference
- the dangers in polio vaccine
- the medical 'iron curtain'
- foot and mouth disease caused by vaccination
- vaccines cannot be made safe
- 30,000 soldiers hospitalized by vaccination in the US during WW1
 
 
 
 
The Tao of Natural Breathing 
Dennis Lewis
 
I picked up a copy of this book on a whim while browsing in Local Hero, a great little bookshop in Ojai, California. At the time I had no idea how important this would become to me.
 
When we are born the first thing we do is inhale; when we die the last thing we do is exhale.  As babies and young children, most of us breathe freely and naturally with our entire bodies.   But our sedentary work environments and lifestyles, along with the ever-increasing stress of our busy lives have conditioned us to shallow, constricted breathing.  We breathe only in our upper chest, and this undermines our health, decreases our vitality, and further increases our mental and emotional stress.
 
The solution is ‘natural’ breathing. In this kind of breathing we use the full range of movement in our lungs, diaphragm, belly, and back--in fact, in our entire body--to inhale and exhale freely and fully. Through natural, authentic breathing you can reduce stress, improve your health, increase your energy, and support your quest for consciousness, self-knowledge, and self-transformation.
 
This is a huge contribution to our understanding of how the way we breathe influences our lives.
 
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The Tao of Sexology (The Book of Infinite Wisdom)
Dr Stephen T Chang
 
The contents of this astounding work will benefit you more and more as you mature. My first impression was that this should be required reading for all Sixth Form Biology students. It describes the sexual functions of the male and female bodies in a way that I have seen no other western book do.
 
But this is not just about the reproductive process - go a little deeper and you’ll discover secrets that help you enjoy and benefit from your life so much more. Not only are there chapters that show you how to heighten, prolong and intensify lovemaking, but also strengthen the bond between couples so that the family nucleus is strengthened.
 
Not only is The Tao of Sexology a fountain of youth; it also helps release many of the unhealthy misconceptions generated in childhood.  With chapter headings such as Cleaning the Anus, The Million Dollar Point; The Deer Exercise for Men and Women; Care of the Vagina; Orgasm in Women - the Nine Levels; Advanced Superior Orgasms; the Eight Healing Positions for Men; Choosing the Sex of a Child and  Determination of Prostate Problems the information here is as beneficial to students as it is to gynaecologists.
 
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Waking the Tiger: Healing Trauma 
   
Peter A Levine

Most trauma starts early in life from one of many occurrences – mother smoking during pregnancy, forceps delivery, the umbilical cord being cut too early or other mechanical interventions at birth, lack of bonding or early childhood rejection.  Most subsequent trauma is merely a repetition of an earlier incident.

Waking the Tiger views the human animal as a unique being.  Think about this refreshingly simple approach – today’s schools ensure students conform within guidelines set by people who are still traumatised themselves; governments and corporations unitise the workforce so that those who don’t fit the expected persona are considered ‘different’.  I was once asked evaluated with the question “Which would I put first – my family or my employer?”  Well the answer was simple but it wasn’t the one they wanted.  I couldn’t even work for an institution that asked that of me so I resigned.

Waking the Tiger takes you on a guided tour of the subtle yet powerful impulses that govern your responses to overwhelming life events. Through a heightened awareness of these sensations, trauma can be recognised and healed.

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