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Tune-Up! Restore

Tune-Up! Restore

Tune-Up! Restore. Life throws many curves. Restore your Groove.
 
 

Health-related Links

Ho'oponopono

A simple and beautiful practice based on a method of stress release and problem solving developed by native Hawaiians. The basic idea is that we are responsible for all that we come into contact with - ie. if we are experiencing conflict, the way to resolve the conflict lies within us, not outside of us. In practice, it is a simple mantra/prayer - I Love You, Thank you, I am sorry, Please forgive me - that has profound results. Once started, this simple process begins an alchemical transformation; everyday experience is brought up from our conscious and sub-conscious self to the super-conscious self, transmuting it and bringing the change back into everyday life.

There are many web-sources on this practice, some of questionable value, some over-commercialized. We provide links that we have found to be useful and with a minimum of hype.

Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len is now retired. His legacy is being carried on by the Zero-Wise organization.

Interviews with Dr. Ihaleakala Hew Len - a collection of some of the best interviews on the subject.

HeartMath

The HeartMath Institute has been doing research into the human heart, redefining its functionality, for quite some time. They have great applications of their research that provides immediate and long term benefits for practitioners and their patients. If you're not aware of them, take a good close look. Here's a link to a simple technique to help establish the feeling of coherence that is the basis of their work: Quick Coherence

Dietary changes help reverse MS in 9 months

An MD who contracted MS switched to a paleo-style diet and reversed her MS in 9 months. She discusses her journey back to health in a TEDx presentation. Highlights of her dietary changes include eating 3 cups of greens, 3 cups of sulfur-containing vegetables (broccoli, cabbage, etc) and 3 cups of highly-colored fruits and vegetables every day. She also added fish for essential oils and seaweed for iodine. The combination of these changes enabled her to go from wheelchair bound to bike riding longer distances in 9 months.