Body Blogs For Health

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BodyBlogsforHealth.com, based in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), focuses on how to keep our bodies healthy and in balance by choosing the correct foods for the individual body systems.

There is a correlation between Our Thoughts, Our Emotions, Our Organs and What we Ingest - and it is this correlation that either keeps our bodies healthy and in balance or in dis-comfort and in dis-ease. Foods and recipes are included.

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Overview

BodyBlogsforHealth.com, based in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine), focuses on how to keep our bodies healthy and in balance by choosing the correct foods for the individual body systems.

There is a correlation between Our Thoughts, Our Emotions, Our Organs and What we Ingest - and it is this correlation that either keeps our bodies healthy and in balance or in dis-comfort and in dis-ease. Foods and recipes are included.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781614342847
  • Publisher: Booklocker.com, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/15/2011
  • Pages: 152
  • Product dimensions: 0.35 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 9.00 (d)

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Sharon D. Anderson, Ph.D. is an Angel Communicator, Energy Analyst, Metaphysician, and writer/publisher and has been working in these fields for 30 plus years. Resonating deeply with Eastern philosophies and practices, particularly Reiki and Traditional Chinese Medicine, she incorporates them into her personal life and her holistic approach to health and living.

Sharon currently resides in Vero Beach, Florida. She can be reached through her publisher, BookLocker.com or through her website: http://www.bodyblogsforhealth.com

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Introduction:
What Are Body Blogs and What Are They Telling You?

More importantly, what are your answers???

Bod-y Blog: (böd'ë blög) n A Body Blog is a message from your body to your brain to alert you to the fact that there is a condition within the body that needs your attention. I like to call this part, Body Blogs, or Body Talk, similar to what you do on your computer. You blog and talk through your social network. The body does this, also. There is a correlation between your body, your thoughts, your emotions, your organs and what you ingest. This is your body's social network. It's links are the meridians, or the energetic pathways.

Our bodies' blog us 24/7, and most of the time we do respond to some of this talk:

Body Blog #1 - I'm Hungry - please feed me!

Body Blog #2 - I'm Tired - let's sleep!

Body Blog #3 - I'm Thirsty - could I have something to drink?

Other times we do not listen to what our bodies are trying to tell us. I mean REALLY TRYING TO TELL US. When our bodies BLOG or TALK TO US other than the three mentioned above; Hungry, Tired, Thirsty, sometimes we ignore it, sometimes we respond, especially if it is a PAINFUL Blog or an UNCOMFORTABLE Blog. You know the Blog I mean, that painful or uncomfortable feeling when your body says, "Hey, you, I am hurting here. What are you going to do about it? I have this ache here in my back and this sharp pain in my toe. You better do something because this condition is getting worse."

Sometimes our response is:

"Okay, I hear you but I am busy now and I just have to finish what I am doing here. You will have to wait." And you promptly try to forget about the discomfort or pain.

Yet, the pain does not go away and your body now says,

"Wow! I am really hurting here. My lower back and toe are throbbing and now my kidneys are overloaded because you drank all that coffee and they (my kidneys) cannot process the stuff in my back and toes and I need some help here! Are you listening?"

So now you respond by running to the medicine cabinet and grabbing the pain medication hoping that will take away that terrible pain in your back. Then you run to the closet and grab another pair of open toed sandals thinking that if you take away the pressure on the toe, you won't have the pain. Right? Wrong! Those are only temporary measures. They may take away the pain momentarily but the pain returns again more intense and now your back and toe are really giving you the signals...

What is really happening here? What have you done to create this condition in your body? And more importantly, what can you do to correct it?

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