TIPS FOR TODAY:
# 1 – Through 3/31, iHerb.com, one of my favorite places (see my 10/7/12 post for more details) to shop for health supplements, personal care items, organic foods, and more, is offering free 1 – 3 day shipping on orders of $20 or more, plus no sales tax.
In additon to getting products at discounts prices, you can also choose something from their free samples and take advantage of their special trial offer items. Plus, if you are a new customer and order $40 or more and use code CJG192, you get a $10 off coupon and an added discount if your total is $60.
# 2 – For those of us desiring to become more self-sufficient, but with no previous gardening experience, this has step-by-step instructions for getting started with a home garden…
# 4 – The Global Coherence Initiative is offering a free webinar titled DNA and Cell Reprogramming via Epigenetic Information Delivered by Magnetic Fields, Sound Vibrations and Coherent Water. Wow, that’s quite a title!
The on-line event will be from 6 to 7 pm PDT, on April 6th, and will feature Dr. Rollin McCraty and Dr. Carlo Ventura. You can sign up here.
# 5 – Ever consider that trying to always think positive is not necessarily the healthy thing to do?
More stimulation on the subject, this time via a quote from the book Dying to Be Me…
Sweeping statements such as “Negative thoughts attract negativity in life” aren’t necessarily true, and can make people going through a challenging time feel even worse. It can also create fear that they’re going to attract even more negativity with their thoughts. Using this idea indiscriminately often makes people going through seemingly tough times feel as though the’re bad for attracting such events, and that’s just not true. If we start to believe that it’s our negative thoughts that are creating any unpleasant situation, we can become paranoid about what we’re thinking. On the contrary, it actually has less to do with our thoughts than our emotions, especially what we feel about ourselves.
# 6 – The same day I read the article mentioned in # 5, I received this Abraham quote in my inbox…
Every emotion, from despair all of the way up to ecstasy; from complete Connection to who-you-really-are, all the way to pinching yourself off pretty severely, all of those emotions are about your perception of freedom, or your perception of bondage—every one of them.— Abraham
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