The Shift, Uranus in Aries, and the Kabbalah of Transformation! What a ride!


If you enjoyed the previous post about the astrology of the radical shift that’s happening, here is a partial list of the upcoming events involved in the Cardinal cross that’s symbolic of the energies behind it all:
~Jupiter entering Aries on June 5th.
~Jupiter conjunct Uranus in Aries on June 8th.
~Full Moon/Lunar Eclipse on June 26th.
~Uranus stationing retrograde on July 5th.
~New Moon/Solar Eclipse July 11th.
~Saturn (re)-entering Libra on July 21st.
~Jupiter square Pluto on July 24th.
~Mars entering Libra on July 29th.
~Mars opposite Uranus on July 30th.
~Mars conjunct Saturn on July 31st.
~Jupiter square Pluto on August 2nd.
~Mars opposite Jupiter on August 3rd.
~Jupiter opposite Saturn on August 16th.
~Saturn square Pluto on August 21st.

The info is from Elizabeth Jones at The Astrology of Light. She also has a great article titled “Uranus in Aries — A Divine Wake-Up Call” that I thoroughly enjoyed and could really identify with. Check it out here…

Also, I just got a notice from Shifra at the Kabbalah of Transformation that the ‘Guided Tour Into the Infinite’ Kabbalah class will meet at 3 PM Eastern time today, Tuesday, June 1st, 2010.

Call information:  (201) 793-0051, pin 702916#

Or, you can now listen on the web (live, or by replay for one week after the live class) by clicking on the webcast link on the class page,

I have never had a chance to catch any of these classes yet (so much being offered these days…so little time!), but thought some of you might be interested.

And don’t forget to go to my “What’s New” page for more tips, picks, and cool free stuff!

Enjoy, “Zippy”

Abraham on creating wellness, Dr. Mercola on vitamin D, Dr. Anthony on deliberate creation, and more!


Thanks to a tip from master EFTer David Childerley, here’s a great two-part video by Abraham-Hicks on our power to achieve quantum wellness:

Another video I really enjoyed recently was by Dr. Mercola on the six things your doctor isn’t telling you and the numerous benefits of vitamin D. One of the first posts I wrote was about D because I thought everyone should know what researchers were finding about this  nutritional “super star,” and it turns out it does even more than I thought!

There’s also an interesting video by Paul Stamets on how mushrooms save the world that I found fascinating:

Also, check out my updated “What’s New” page for information about a free audio and e-course from Dr. Robert Anthony, the Abundant Mystic teleseminar series on creating business success, and lots of other tips, picks, and free stuff!

Enjoy, “Zippy”

“What’s New” page updated for March!

Tip of the day:

Just wanted to let you know that my website’s “What’s New” page has now been updated for March. There are a lot of great tips and free things you’ll find there, including opportunities to hear people like Marianne Williamson, Wayne Dyer, Bruce Lipton, Gregg Braden, Michael Beckwith and Neal Donald Walsch.  Plus, there’s details about an unbelievable offer from 7 Secrets to Happiness that ends at midnight tonight, so be sure to check it all out.

Enjoy, “Zippy”

Vitamin D–The “D” Must Stand for Dynamite!

Yipes! I can’t believe I started creating my “Hello World” opening blog a month ago and am just now finishing it up and moving on to this new posting. Hopefully I’ll get faster at this as I go along.

Anyway, one of the things I’ve been researching lately is vitamin D. It seems that suddenly this is the “go to” nutrient for almost anything that ails you. I remember when you really didn’t hear much about it, which gave me the impression it must not be that important to our health. Now they’re finding that it is not only necessary for bone health, but also can help protect against colds and flu (including swine flu!), a number of cancers, and more.

And what’s interesting is that as they are discovering how big of a player vitamin D really is, they are also finding out that most people are deficient in this “sunshine vitamin.” Even 83% of the people living in Saudi Arabia, one of the sunniest climates around, were found to be deficient. And the Mayo Clinic found that 100% of the African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans they tested had low levels of D, so it’s affecting the entire population. And chronic deficiency has shown to play a role in 11 types of cancer, as well as in inflammatory conditions such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and Crohn’s Disease. Low levels of D also play a part in heart disease, pain issues, diminishing cognitive function, and weak, brittle bones.

There’s so much about vitamin D that I think people should know that I plan on writing an article to recap all the information I’ve found. But it may be awhile (consider that it took me a month to get my “Hello World!” blog done) before I will be posting it on my website. And with flu prevention being a hot topic right now, I wanted to let people know right away that they should make sure they’re getting enough D.

TIPS: When buying any D be sure you’re getting D3 (cholecalciferol), not D2, an inactive form of D that’s about 10 times less effective because it’s hard for the body to absorb and use. And be sure you’re taking an adequate amount of D. Many researchers, doctors, and healthcare practitioners are now saying that the RDA recommendation of 400 I.U. is way too low, and that we should be getting between 2000 – 5000 units a day (some set therapeutic dosage as high as 50,000 I.U. a week). So make sure you’re taking enough to have a preventative effect, and since D is fat-soluble, always take it with some fat/oil containing food(s).

PICKS: There are a ton of different vitamin D supplements available, and even more now that it’s showing itself to be such a powerhouse. And in light of recent findings, many companies are putting out versions of D with much higher doses than before.  Up until a couple of months ago I didn’t take any vitamin D other than what was in my calcium supplements, but after all the stuff I’ve been reading, I decided to change that. Right now I’m using Now’s Liquid Vitamin D-3 (you can get it through the Links or To Your Health page on my site for one of the best prices around). Each drop equals 100 I.U. and a dropperful is 5000 I.U., so it’s easy to take the dosage you feel is right for you and not have a lot of pills to swallow. It’s taste-less, so that’s a plus, too (you can even add it to your salad dressing and get your dosage that way). I like it a lot, but will also be keeping my eyes open for anything else that seems worth checking out. And be sure to leave a comment if you have your own D recommendation to make.

That’s it for now. Have a “D” lightful day, Zippy (aka Zirah)

p.s. If you would like a free 4-page report by Dr. Nicolas Hedberg about how to fortify your immune system against swine flu and other “bugs,” go to my What’s New page and send in a request.