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Staying out of Fear and Chaos

It has been a long time since I have been able to write. Busy schedules, company, and other distractions have kept me from writing on my blog and to you. I could feel it in the air that there were many things that kept me from being on my path. And the time has come again to write.

As you know, recently there have been earthquakes, tsunamis, and many earth changes. It has caused a modicum of fear to be present in many people. I saw an article where people in China bought up all of the iodized salt to protect them from the nuclear fallout. My first thought was that people would possibly die from overdosing on sodium. That concerned me.

I have been selling iodine for many years. It is a mineral that is often lacking in most people’s diet which is why they began putting iodine in salt many years ago. Here in Hawaii, many people are concerned also about the fallout and I have offered the iodine support to those around me. When people asked me whether this would protect them totally from the radiation, I explain that this will support the thyroid. It is important to start by titrating up as any sensible practice in starting a new substance in your body.

I heard from a friend yesterday that someone had died from overdosing on iodine on the mainland. So often we think that is a little goes a long way a lot will get us there faster. We need to understand that our bodies are delicate balances of minerals that are transporters and ones that help the body to function at its prime. If we give too much of a substance and there is not enough balance by another substance we either excreted or we store it. When we store it there is danger of being out of balance.

Many things put us out of our balance in our environment. We become toxic from radiation, heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, and many other things. Here in Hawaii we have what is called vog (volcanic smog). It is made up of the poisonous gases that are expelled from the volcano. This vog contains sulfuric acid, Mercury, and other substances that are not very good for our health. People need to realize that if you walk down a busy street, you are inhaling not only what the movement of the tires and cars on the surface of the road sends up into the air, but also the exhaust from the cars. There are many poisonous substances in our environment that we are exposed to every day. Do we fear what is in our environment or do we protect ourselves by being educated?

It is important to be smart about protecting our bodies. To go along with that it is important to be smart about protecting our spirits and our emotional bodies.

Number one: stay out of fear.

Number two: be educated on what you are trying to do for yourself.

Number three: trust your sources, including what the news is putting out, the credentials of the person who is speaking about something, and using your own intuition rather than fear.

When we are in fear that is when accidents happen. It sets up a dissonant field that clouds our brain. Fear causes a stress reaction that is extremely unhealthy and our bodies. Often we are in fight or flight syndrome and may cause us to run around in circles rather than going straight for what we know we choose.

When we are in trust, we take the time to read between the lines, we take the time to read the literature accurately, and we know which sources to trust. If something doesn’t feel right, or we have a question, we go to the right source to find the answers. When we trust we are breathing, when we are in fear we hold our breath. Notice how it feels in your body when you hold your breath. When we hold our breath we don’t accomplish anything because we are running around in circles.

I think I’ve been holding my breath lately. I am trying (trying is not a good word because it always leaves that open end that allows a but…) to build a newsletter for my website. To me computer jargon tends to be a bit overwhelming. Energetically, when I get overwhelmed, I tend to block things even on the computer. This morning I sat down and took some breaths and meditated. I have a short time before I leave for the mainland to complete the information for a seminar that I would like to put out in June. Of course, tax time is coming up and that needs to be completed too. By taking these breaths I am able to focus and began putting down words for my post.

I realize that computers are great for multitaskers, but for me they create distractions with downloads, e-mail, all of the things on the web, and I can’t seem to get much done. I need to find a way to get organized on my computer. That would take someone to teach me. The trick is finding someone with knowledge and patience. Patience being the big P. In that statement, I realize I need to have patience with myself.

I’m asking all of you, if you like my writing to sign up at my websites for the newsletter. You can go to or

I know it’s a lot to ask you to allow one more piece of e-mail to come across your mail program but I feel this is important to help people with this transition time. They say get ready for 2012 but the changes are coming quick and fast now. We need to change our thinking and stay in the now. We need to realize how important community is. Those in the Middle East got community together and have toppled governments. Those here in Hawaii cleaned up an entire bay by banding the community together. The community pulled out a two-story house piece by piece. What can you do to make a difference? Look deep inside, stay out of fear, and trust your intuition. Then take a deep breath and put one foot in front of the other to accomplish what you wish to accomplish. You are the creator of your fate. Which path would you choose to walk?

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