Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Reclaiming the power, beauty and divinity of women

According to this website:
"Women's spirituality is one of the richest and most dynamic forces in modern Paganism. Women are respected in all Pagan traditions and have enriched Paganism with a powerful vision of the Goddess - the long-ignored feminine aspect of the Divine. In Paganism, women are Priestesses in their own right, strong and proud, with their own vision."
I think paganism can play an important role in our world today as the world is badly in need of healing in terms of environmental crisis and unfair treatment of women in many places. As the website says, "Women's traditions have an especially powerful vision of the Earth as the Goddess and are deeply involved with caring for the Earth and protecting her from the rape of modern civilization. They are concerned with the healing of the Earth and with the healing of the image of women." It is about time for women to reclaim their true identity as goddesses and let their spiritual light shine in imparting wisdom and healing, even as humanity is awakening to our oneness and interconnectedness with one another.

It reminds me of a similar post I came across in a blog recently about the power, beauty and divinity of women.
"We all come from the same mother (the Great Mother). She is the wise woman. We all return to her embrace, her bloody-rich womb place, when we die. Every woman is a whole/holy form of her, able to be whole/holy mother of all life, able to be whole/holy destroyer of life. Her power is her blood that flows and flows, her blood which is life and gives life. Every woman’s menstrual blood and birth-time blood is a holy mystery.
The purpose of this post is to shed light on our power, our beauty, and our divinity. We are not vessels of sin. We are not unclean. We are not lesser. We are not cursed. We are not weak. We are the direct opposite of all of these things. Embrace YOU. Love YOU. Appreciate the divinity and uniqueness of divine womanhood."

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Tea for combating winter ailments

Here is a health article about combating winter ailments. I learnt that green tea and ginger tea are especially beneficial to those of blood type B.

This website has a good suggestion on how to decaffeinate tea naturally (since high doses of caffeine can affect the nervous system).

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Meditation and neuroplasticity

Someone wrote in Zen Buddhism group in Facebook:
"One thing that's been very useful for me is to start working my neuroplasticity toward the most natural state the brain can be in by spending more time being fully present. This is sort of a master key for overcoming ALL psychiatric issues."
 I googled about neuroplasticity, and learnt that it is about the brain's ability to form new neural connections, which can be beneficial if stimulated correctly, according to the following website.
"The brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment."
I think, like what the person shared, practising mindfulness and being in the present moment can help our brain to overcome any distressing symptom. Studies have shown this to be evident:

"Well, the discovery story goes like this. Dr. Schwartz revisited an interest in the Buddhist concept of mindfulness; a clear-minded, in-the-present-moment, self-observational technique that emphasizes viewing oneself without criticism or judgment.
Schwartz discovered that when OCD patients practiced mindfulness meditation (as a CBT technique), upon experiencing distressing symptoms, a significant number of them reported measurable improvement and relief.
Schwartz wanted to understand why. So he and his team examined PET scans administered before and after a course of CBT. Guess what? They found activity in one of the brain’s OCD-significant areas, the orbitofrontal cortex, decreased significantly. Furthermore, the observed decrease was about the same as what would be noted after antidepressant therapy."

I also learnt that besides zen buddhism, yoga also recognises the benefits of practising mindfulness or sustained meditation in helping the brain's ability to change to combat stress.

Being human, I tend to forget about practising mindfulness or living in the present moment, since living in the modern society requires us to multi-task in life, so I think having reminders, such as reading about meditation and inspirational quotes about our oneness with God/the universe, is useful for me to remember to take a deep breath, smile inwardly and be fully present once again.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Nutritional supplements for the gluten-intolerant

Natural News website has a good summary of nutritional supplements that may be beneficial to those who are gluten-intolerant.

Glutamine also serves as a source of fuel for the cells lining the intestine and can promote healing in these cells when they are damaged by gluten.

Probiotics are live bacteria that improve the intestinal microbial balance and enhance overall health. They are the "good" bacteria found in the gastrointestinal track. Inflammation or toxins in the gut can disrupt the balance between "good" and "bad" bacteria. Probiotics may be taken to restore a healthy balance and assist in the removal of toxins created by gluten insensitivity or celiac disease. In addition, a preventative dose of probiotics is a good idea as these microbes promote immune health, and they are frequently absent in modern diets

Omega 3 fatty acids are comprised of the fatty acids EPA and DHA and are found in fish and fish oil supplements. These essential fats are not made by the body and must be eaten or taken in supplement form to ensure the body's adequate functioning. In addition to reducing inflammation, these fats help to support healthy heart, brain, skin, and bone function
Digestive enzymes aid the body in digesting and breaking down proteins, fats, and carbohydrates. Digestive enzymes from either animal or plant sources should be taken an empty stomach, 20 minutes before meals or snacks. Enzymes help break down food into forms that the body can use.
Anti-inflammatory herbal formulas can help reduce inflammation and promote healing. Look for herbs like turmeric, aloe vera, ginger, and boswellia in formulas or by themselves as a part of your healing regime.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Choice of healthy cooking oils

My family has been buying mainly canola oil for cooking for the past year or so, as it is commonly sold in supermarkets and labelled as healthy.

Recently, I came to find out that canola oil isn't as healthy as it is claimed to be.

Natural News website has a video on it (as shown in below link). The Health Ranger recommends natural healthy oils, such as:
- coconut oil
- extra virgin olive oil
- avocado oil
- flaxseed oil (to be used in moderation though, as cautioned in this website)
- peanut oil

Are you eating pesticides? Canola oil a great insect killer -
Fats That Can Be Safely Heated
Butter and tropical fats - coconut, palm, palm kernel, cocoa, and shea nut - are safest for frying, because they contain only small quantities of Essential Fatty-Acids ( EFA's ). The saturated fatty acids contained in these fats / oils are inert and therefore heat stable. Heat does not destroy them in the same way it destroys EFAs. Butter and tropical Fats are best used unhydrogenated. Only small amounts should be eaten, as they are sticky, hard, saturated fatty acid-containing fats.

(most oils and fats once high heated become carcinogens . - LRU) Tropical oils got a bad reputation for increasing cholesterol and triglyceride levels that supposedly cause cardiovascular disease. An unconfirmed rumor suggests that the soy bean industry financed the successful campaign against tropical fats to kill imports and increase soy bean sales. Tropical oils used in their country of origin have been shown in several studies to decrease cholesterol levels. The difference in results may be due to several causes: deterioration in tropical oils during storage ( oxidation; processing hydrogenation ) ; differing experimental design; or a combination of the above. Raw tropical oils are rich sources of vitamin E and tocotrienols, which help protect arteries from damage leading to cardiovascular disease ( CVD ) . Olive oil imported from Italy is safe for baking but not for frying or deep frying. Buy only imported Italian olive oil as it is cold processed by law.
Before you read the following article, here is a summary of a few facts regarding Canola Oil:
  • It is genetically engineered rapeseed.
  • Canada paid the FDA the sum of $50 million to have rape seed registered and recognized as "safe". (Source: Young Again and others)
  • Rapeseed is a lubricating oil used by small industry. It has never been meant for human consumption.
  • It is derived from the mustard family and is considered a toxic and poisonous weed, which when processed, becomes rancid very quickly.
  • It has been shown to cause lung cancer (Wall Street Journal: 6/7/95)
  • It is very inexpensive to grow and harvest. Insects won't eat it.
  • Some typical and possible side effects include loss of vision, disruption of the central nervous system, respiratory illness, anemia, constipation, increased incidence of heart disease and cancer, low birth weights in infants and irritability.
  • Generally rapeseed has a cumulative effect, taking almost 10 years before symptoms begin to manifest. It has a tendency to inhibit proper metabolism of foods and prohibits normal enzyme function. Canola is a Trans Fatty Acid, which has shown to have a direct link to cancer. These Trans Fatty acids are labeled as hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated oils. Avoid all of them!
  • According to John Thomas' book, Young Again, 12 years ago in England and Europe, rape seed was fed to cows, pigs and sheep who later went blind and began attacking people. There were no further attacks after the rape seed was eliminated from their diet.
  • Someone commented in this website:
    "Monied interests truly run the show behind the scenes of the food industry. And health authorities, with their gleaming mantel of official legitimacy, are like the sleazy patrons of these slimy corporate mercenaries...kind of reminds one of those bad old days where the rich and powerful hold sway over the minds and lives of the common folk."

    Someone in this blog wrote: 
    "I don't know what you'll be cooking with tonight, but I'll be using olive oil or the very healthy alternative Coconut oil."

    On a similar note, I can relate to a testimony shared by someone in this website Danger In The Kitchen:Is Canola Oil Bad For You? because I too had experienced knee joint pains occasionally, especially in the past few years. I have stopped buying canola oil since, although the knee joint pains somehow continue to occur occasionally, perhaps less frequently than before - I am suspecting the knee joint pains could be due to long-term fluoride ingestion from toothpastes and mouthwash, but that's another blog for now.
    Paul November 9, 2009 at 12:22 am
    I would like to relate my personal experience after using canola oil for over 10 years. My wife and I love popcorn and 5 nights a week we would pop the corn and enjoy our treat using canola oil because it said had no cholesterol.
    After many years of using canola oil I had noticed yellow in the whites of my eyes and was concerned as the yellow indicates a liver issue. I am not a drinker nor do I abuse my body, my motto is to be moderate in all things including moderation. In the spring of 2002, I could barely walk as my knees were very inflamed. The inflammation started in my right knee and 3 weeks later my left knee. Going up stairs was so painful I wanted to cry. Some days were worse than others. In the fall of 2004 I was taking a medical course and the doctor presenting the course ask as a side note if anyone was using canola oil? He suggested anyone using the oil to change as canola oil blocks the function of the liver and causes the toxins to backup. These toxins would cause inflammation to the joints of the body as our body tries to clear those toxins. At the time I did not know want kind of oil we used. I called my wife and she told me we used canola oil and sure enough when I got home that night I found a gallon bottle in our cabinet. I changed our use that night and over the next 3 weeks my knee issues went away. It took 3 months for the yellow in the whites of my eyes to clear. To this day, I ask whenever I am at a restaurant what kind of oil they use. Sometimes I am served something cooked in canola oil and my knees will ache for the next 3 days. Another thing I have noticed, if served canola oil, I will have intestinal gas after 30 to 40 minutes of digestion. I am watchful of any food prepared with canola oil.
    Earlier this year I went so far as to write the Canola oil board in Canada, the Ministry of health in Canada as well as the FDA asking for copies of any long term human studies. I was informed there have been no long term studies.
    Last month I was on a Celebrity cruise ship and asked the top chef what kind of oil they use as I have problems with canola oil and cannot use it. He stated to me they will not use canola oil as it causes joint problems. I was very surprised to hear that from him and asked where he got his information? He stated with as many senior people on the ships, they had many complaints and will not use the oil.
    Please pay attention to the use of this oil!
    Thank you,
    Meanwhile, the research goes on... 

    Wednesday, November 23, 2011

    The healing power of okra

    Here's sharing some information I came across just now about the health benefits of okra (lady's fingers) - a type of vegetable. It grows in the tropics, though I think it is available for sale in temperate countries like Canada. It is beneficial especially for those with blood type A, B or O.

    I googled about it and found supporting information about the health benefits of okra:
    "3. Okra helps lubricate the large intestines due to its bulk laxative qualities. The okra fiber absorbs water and ensures bulk in stools. This helps prevent and improve constipation. Unlike harsh wheat bran, which can irritate or injure the intestinal tract, okra's mucilage soothes, and okra facilitates elimination more comfortably by its slippery characteristic.
    4.Okra fibre is excellent for feeding the good bacteria (probiotics). This contributes to the health of the intestinal tract."
    "Okra is rich in fiber, nearly half of which is soluble fibre in the forms of gums and pectins. This type of fibre helps to lower serum cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease. The other half its fiber is the insoluble form that helps to keep the intestinal tract healthy, decreasing the risk of some types of cancer, especially colorectal cancer."
    "It helps to neutralize acids, being very alkaline, and provides a temporary protective coating for the digestive tract. It can be utilized by people suffering from acid reflux."

    Wednesday, November 16, 2011

    Natural remedies for relieving constipation

    Constipation may be caused by insufficient intake of water, as well as side effects of drugs or supplements, such as iron supplements.

    Some remedies that I have tested and tried to be effective include:
    1. Drinking plenty of water, especially in the earlier part of the day (morning and early afternoon)

    2. Getting sufficient exercise - walking, and doing abdominal exercises can help strength the muscles necessary to empty the bowel without much straining

    3. Deep breathing and relaxation techniques, such as yoga

    4. Getting sufficient rest and sleep

    5.- Reducing intake of meat in meals

    6. Chewing food slowly and thoroughly where possible

    I learnt that it is important to chew food slowly and thoroughly where possible when eating a meal.
    "When you chew, your brain sends signals to your stomach and intestines that food is on the way. Your body can prepare itself for everything it will need to properly digest the food you eat. By giving your system a head start, the food you eat is better absorbed and digested. This passes the food more effectively and efficiently through your body. The more nutrients absorbed from the food you eat, the less fat that is absorbed for later use."

    7. Increasing intake of fruits and vegetables
    eg papayas, guavas, bananas, cucumbers, grapes, green apples (with skin intact)

    I also remember that some fruits, such as guava and papaya, can be very effective to help relieve symptoms of constipation. Ripe guavas with soft flesh are especially effective (raw ones can be hard to chew, so should be avoided) - there were times I ate a ripe guava after lunch, and the next day, I experienced bowel movement quite easily. The high fibre content provides roughage for the colon and rectum to release the stool more easily.

    I have also checked that guava, cucumber, grapes, apples with green skin intact, papayas and bananas are suitable for people with blood type B. These foods are high in fibre, and helps maintain the health of your digestive system naturally, and without having gluten allergy side effects.

    I learnt that eating ripe bananas have other benefits:

    Reducing Depression
    Bananas contain tryptophan, an amino acid that can be converted to serotonin, leading to improved mood
    Bananas are relatively high in iron, which helps the body’s hemoglobin function
    Constipation and Diarrhea
    Due to their content in fiber, they help restore a normal bowel function. In addition, diarrhea usually depletes your body of important electrolytes (of which the most important is potassium, contained in high amounts in bananas). They also contain pectin, a soluble fiber (hydrocolloid) that can help normalize movement through the digestive tract.
    8. Taking natural supplements, such prune juice, psyllium husk
    "Psyllium is quickly becoming one of the top recommendations for people using low-carb Atkins-style diets. It is very difficult to get enough fibre in a diet when you eliminate the carbohydrates in cereals, whole grains and fruits. Psyllium capsules are an easy way to take care of this problem. It fills you with fibre, reducing appetite without overstimulating the nervous system; a much healthier approach than formulas containing ephedra such as Herbalife or Metabolife."
     I remember I took the supplement in powder form with water - I would poured one small satchet of psyllium husk into a glass of water, and stir it to mix well with water. Then I would drink it completely. Sometimes I would drink another glass of water after that. There were times the bowel movement occurred shortly, within half an hour. Other times, there was no immediate response, so I simply continued to drink lots of water (8-10 or more glasses of water) during the day, and then tried taking the supplement again the next day, for the bowel to clear naturally on its own. I tried to minimise straining where possible, and let it happen naturally with the help of deep breathing.

    I also have managed to remember the brand name of the natural fibre supplement I took last time - it is called Fybogel.

    I also found some samples of dulcofibre in the kitchen cabinet, which I haven't tried yet. I think it is a new product - I just googled it and found this information.

    I also remember drinking prune juice which I bought from the supermarket - I used to drink a glass of prune juice every day or every other day, besides drinking plenty of water, and it helps to facilitate a relatively smooth bowel movement - sometimes the day after.

    Prune juice is also suitable for people of blood type B. For some reason, the website below discourages people from drinking coconut milk. On the other hand, it lists papaya and banana as beneficial for people of blood type B.

    9. Taking probiotics

    Here's sharing some information on this Neobiotics probiotics that I have been taking every other day - I find that it is quite effective in maintaining regular bowel movement too.
    "Yes, probiotics for constipation do work even for chronic constipation and the evidence continues to grow."
    Additional resource on probiotics:

    According to this medical website:
    "The goal of therapy for constipation is one bowel movement every two to three days without straining."

    Thursday, October 6, 2011

    Quote by Steve Jobs (2005)

    "The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of the most creative periods of my life. During the next five years, I started a company named NeXT, another company named Pixar, and fell in love with an amazing woman who would become my wife. Pixar went on to create the world's first computer animated feature film, Toy Story, and is now the most successful animation studio in the world.

    In a remarkable turn of events, Apple bought NeXT, I returned to Apple, and the techology we developed at NeXT is at the heart of Apple's current renaissance. And Laurene and I have a wonderful family together. I'm pretty sure none of this would have happened if I haven't been fired from Apple. It was awful tasting medicine, but I guess the patient needed it. Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don't lose faith.

    I'm convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did. You've got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do."

    - Steve Jobs

    Thursday, September 1, 2011

    Remembering Chernobyl: Should We Split the Atoms to Get Nuclear Energy? Would It Be Similar to a Split Identity Since Both Release Negative Energy?

    I have been reading up on the Chernobyl nuclear power plant accident and its aftermath, and how many common people suffered from exposure to radiation, due to insufficient warnings from the relevant authorities about the dangers of radiation from the exploded nuclear power plant. I too felt their hurt and anger, and grieved with the families over the loss of their loved ones. It was kinda distressing reading such reports, and I discovered that a small ulcer had developed on my tongue recently due to emotional stress and work fatigue.

    I learnt that splitting atoms can release huge amounts of heat energy, as well as radioactive materials as by-products, which are harmful to health and the environment. They also have long half-lifes, so they will remain for a long time in the environment for hundreds of years.

    If that is so, do you think people should split atoms? Is that a violation of nature because atoms are supposed to be whole?

    Splitting an atom apart is like splitting the universe apart because the atom is like a replica of the universe.

    On another level, I think a split atom is like a person with a split personality (or split identity). Both release negative energy, which can be harmful to oneself and others.
    To me, I think splitting atoms is perhaps like trying to clone humans or creating a Jurassic Park, with the knowledge that the consequences can be tragic or disastrous if things go awfully wrong.

    Just like the raptors and T-Rex in a Jurassic Park may be harmless as long as they are confined within safe boundaries but become extremely dangerous when released from their captivity, the nuclear power plants producing radioactive materials and extreme heat can also become extremely dangerous and hazardous to health and the environment if things go wrong, whether due to human error, natural disasters, terrorism or sabotage.
    THOUGHTS FOR LIFE January 7 (Extracts from the book, ‘God Believes in You′ by Francois du Toit)
    Fundamentally, all matter in the universe is made up of tiny separate particles called atoms. The nucleus of the atom is basically a tiny sound wave, electrically charged, and vibrating spontaneously and continuously. A million times a million atoms make too small a lump to see, but with powerful microscopes we probe into this near-invisible world to unveil its secrets. We discover fascinating reflections of distance, energy and movement that mirror outer space. On scale, the distance between a whirling electron and the nucleus it revolves around within the atom, is further than the distance between the earth and the sun. (220 million kilometres!) Just when we hope to finally calculate the electron, it too breaks down into energy vibrations that blink in and out of our view millions of times per second.
    Creation declares his handiwork! We are his workmanship! Jer.1:5, Ps 139:16, Eph 2:10.
    I also find the Nobel laureate and scientist Max Planck's findings interesting, such as "All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force which brings the particle of an atom to vibration and holds the most minuscule solar system of the atom, together...  This mind is the matrix of all matter." It makes me think how the atom is a reflection of the solar system, as the protons, neutrons and the vast space surrounding them resembles the vast space surrounding the stars and planets in the universe.

    Just as the atom can be seen as a reflection of the universe, and we are also the universe, the atom might be a picture of ourselves - our bodies are made of atoms. My take on this is that scientists should never split an atom in order to obtain nuclear energy or to cause an atomic explosion, because when an atom is split, great amount of heat and radioactive energy are released, which are harmful to living organisms, like plants, animals and human beings.

    Similarly, a split atom is like a person with split identity - someone who is under an illusion of separation, who does not accept one's dark and light sides. So just as a split atom released negative energy that harms people, a person with split identity tends to release negative energy which can harm oneself and others too, when the shadow self manifests unexpectedly, due to prolonged repression and rejection of one's self.
    Someone said:
    "The greatest sin to humanity is we think it is a sin to be human.
    The greatest problem facing humanity isn't war, sickness, racism, hate, sin, or even death, the greatest problem facing humanity is we have a problem being human."
    I think this describes the root of the war, hatred, etc that we see in the world today - it's because humans have problems being humans, thinking there is something wrong with themselves, that "it is a sin to be human", causing them to reject or hate themselves, which in turn causes them to hate or reject others. It began with having a split self, not feeling or experiencing wholeness. As mentioned earlier, it's like what happens to a split atom - it releases huge amounts of heat and radioactivity - similarly, humanity that is at war with oneself is like a split atom - they release negative energy which harms oneself and others.

    Hopefully, people will realise that not only it is important for people to accept and love and embrace their whole self to experience inner peace, they will also learn that nuclear energy or nuclear bombs is not the solution - they should consider other alternatives like solar or wind energy, and other options to make peace with other countries, such as finding peace in themselves and their own country first.

    Related links:
    Chernobyl Nuclear Accident - April 26, 1986
    The Heroes and Villains of the Chernobyl Disaster
    Chernobyl: distorted reality, and unanswered questions

    Wednesday, August 31, 2011

    How to experience inner peace and good health

    I believe inner peace comes by knowing our true identity - we are created in the image of God, who is Love. We can awaken to the divinity within our humanity.

    We are gods. When we love ourselves, we are loving God. When we take care of our bodies and stay in good health, we take care of His temple.

    How others see us reflects how they see themselves. We are all one. We can see the world through the lens of God's grace.

    With inner peace, we have world peace.

    The following quotes are also enlightening and promotes peace with oneself and others:

    "In the light of his vision he has found his freedom:
    his thoughts are peace, his words are peace and his work is peace."
    - Dhammapada


    "I was heartened on the summit between leaders of Islam and Buddhism. Our world situation is so divided that we need dialogue that reminds us that we are connected not just by economics but spiritually and morally as well. We all rely on the Earth and each other for our survival.

    As the Dalai Lama has said, "If you see yourself in others, then whom can you harm?"

    I hope political and community leaders will join these spiritual visionaries to wake up the people of Earth to the fact that what happens to anyone of us happens to us all. When we can see these connections and act in the interests of and compassion for others, the Earth will be a safer place for us and for future generations." - Laura Hunter 


    If you can detach yourself from all worldly worries,
    You will live in the rapture of Eternity's garden.

    If you purify yourself with the holy water of abstinence,
    The murkiness of your heart will change into clear light.
    If you can separate yourself from the house of desires,
    You will come into the sanctuary of Divine Majesty.
    In the heart of the ocean of Unity, you're not
    A pearl that any worldly money can buy;
    If you're brave enough not to grovel in the dust,
    You can find a home in the heights of heaven.
    If you dive now headfirst into profound contemplation,
    You can dissolve all the past debts of destiny.
    Doing such things are the sign of the real seeker
    The signs of fire of those who race along the Path.
    - Rumi

    Saturday, July 2, 2011

    Meditation on Peace

    I am Peace
    surrounded by Peace,
    secure in Peace.
    Peace protects me.
    Peace supports me.
    Peace is in me.
    Peace is mine--All is well. Peace to all beings
    Peace among all beings.
    Peace from all beings.
    I am steeped in Peace,
    absorbed in Peace.
    In the streets, at work, at home,
    having peaceful thoughts,
    speaking peaceful words,
    offering peaceful acts.

    (From "A Buddhist Meditation")

    Thursday, June 30, 2011

    Reflections on the Article "Detoxing Mind and Body" by Osho

    "Neglect not thy health... says Pythagoras...
    Dispense with moderation food to the body and to the mind repose."

    I think the article is one of the best medical or health advice I have come across so far as it is holistic and balanced. Most health practitioners tend to emphasise on eating well physically, while most spiritual gurus tend to emphasise on eating well spiritually, but Pythagoras is wise by advocating a moderation or balance of both physical and spiritual feeding, which would benefit both the physical body, our temple of God, as well as our souls, including our emotional and spiritual well-being.

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