Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Face to Face with Yourself

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Your understanding is growing – from that of Initiate to that of Master. All emotions, feelings and especially reactions are mere reflections of you.  What begins (Source) within, is that which you can trust as truth.  There are some that/who could be called “triggers”.

What does a “trigger” do?  Once pushed, it activates/initiates a force/propulsion/explosion so that whatever is concealed in the belly of the piece is immediately shot forth; no longer hidden.

What is hidden has been put there so that it is not seen by anyone.  “Triggers” ruin everything.  They expose our deepest parts before we decide to do so ourselves, often in uncomfortable ways that can feel fatal.

Once pushed, a “trigger’s” job is done.  Unless of course, you have more that is concealed.  If so, the trigger will propel what is hiding again and again, over and over until you notice.

This moment of Now does not need to feel fatal.  Once noticed, that which is hidden can be brought out into the light of day gently; then gracefully danced with until your steps are in unison.  This number was choreographed by a Master.  The Master is you.

It is only through love that you will make this leap.  Not blame or reporting wrongs or faults – but through seamless cooperation with all that emerges.  Every moment offers an opportunity for collaboration now.  Each interaction brings to the surface just one question/one choice – Love or Fear?

In the choice of fear there is a reticence, a resistance, a hanging on, a perceived debt or obligation, apology or payback.  With love there is only an allowing – a “yes, and…” response that gives permission for the other to be; all the while considering how best to fill your shared moment with acceptance and with love.

This Now we are in transcends any we’ve experienced thus far.  A deep emergence into your worldview brings you face to face with what you are here to incorporate. 

This is not something other than you, but a part of you that’s been denied.  “No-one gets left behind, or forgotten” applies here.  Every inch of you is necessary, okay and part of the whole.

Illness, arguments and feelings of pain are symptoms of denial.  There is no “other” you are arguing with or denying.  You are One.  Be grateful for each “other”, every “trigger” and all symptoms of illness or pain.  They are like reminders of things forgotten; extra hands to help move you along.  They were chosen by you, for you, and have arrived right on time.  We are doing this together.  We are One.

 We are the One we’ve been waiting for.

~Sophia

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Chocolate Toothpaste is Better for Your Teeth Than Fluoride.




http://www.realfarmacy.com/chocolate-toothpaste-fluoride/

Chocolate Toothpaste is Better for Your Teeth Than Fluoride. Here is How to Make it!

JAN 5, 2015

by PAUL FASSA

Attention chocolate lovers, life just got better – a whole lot better. Researchers at Tulane University discovered that cocoa powder contains a powerful extract that’s an effective cavity fighter. The study findings were presented at the American Dental Association (ADA) 2013 Annual Session which did a side-by-side comparison of fluoride toothpaste against a new cacao containing toothpaste with a naturally-occurring cacao extract theobromine.

Theobromine, is a bitter alkaloid of the cacao plant. It’s found in chocolate, in tea plants (leaves), and in the kola (or cola) nut as well as in a number of other foods. Surprisingly the compound contains no bromine despite its name. The derivation of the word theobromine is from “Theobroma, the name of the genus of the cacao tree, (which itself is made up of the Greek roots theo (“God”) and broma (“food”), meaning “food of the gods”).”[1]

The researchers discovered that when cocoa powder was applied to the enamel surface of teeth they actually remineralized or repaired. According to Dr. Mercola, “… the results showed that patients who brushed their teeth with the cacao-extract toothpaste twice a day for one week had “100 percent dental occlusion” with their tooth dentin becoming re-mineralized or repaired.” Researchers noted that theobromine made teeth less susceptible to acid erosion from bacteria, which could be a precursor to cavities.

The study concluded: “The comparison to toothpastes containing fluoride – one as much as 5,000 ppm [parts per million] – validates what our research has shown all along: that Rennou [the cocoa extract] … is more effective and safer than fluoride, which can be toxic if ingested.” Previous research had also found that theobromine is more effective than fluoride against cavities.



It’s True Chocolate is Actually Good for Your Teeth

Way back in 2000 the Naked Scientists News published this:

Good news for women, and other chocolate addicts, chocolate is good for your teeth, a new study has shown. Japanese researchers have found that parts of the cocoa bean used to make chocolate, can thwart mouth bacteria and stop dental decay. Tooth decay starts when Streptococcus mutans bacteria produce a sticky substance called glucan which helps the bacteria anchor themselves to teeth, forming plaque. Bacteria in plaque convert sugars to acids, which eat away the tooth’s surface and lead to cavities.
Scientists have found that cocoa bean husk (CBH) – the outer part of the bean – is a potent source of antibacterial agents. Unfortunately, CBH is the part of the cocoa bean that tends to go to waste during chocolate production – but plans are afoot to use CBH extracts in mouthwash and toothpaste’s. Personally, I’d rather have the chocolate! [3]


How to make your own chocolate toothpaste

Ingredients

2 tablespoons baking soda
4 tablespoons coconut oil
6 drops clove essential oil (where to find)
2 teaspoons organic raw cacao (preferred) or cocoa powder

Directions

Combine all ingredients and mix until you have the consistency you want. Scoop the paste onto brush. Store the paste in a container with a lid as baking soda can absorb smells. You can also make it squeezable by putting it into an empty toothpaste tube.

Source: livingtraditionally.com
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