You pride yourself on your ability to deliver results and you can overcome any resistance through sheer guts and determination. You have a great need to relax and at times can find this near impossible. You can be much harder on yourself than others. You plan and then can get frustrated by inaction. Try to be more forgiving, especially of yourself, blaming others is the surest way to stay in a problem, as you are giving your power away.
You have great communication skills and you like to be the center of attention. You like your work to be appreciated and can have relentless determination, but you can be very fragile at the same time. You need an audience and can turn yourself inside out trying to make others happy. A re-evaluation with regard to the apparent security that comes from this may be on its way, as you may have to wake up to the responsibilities resulting from being there for so many people and saying what others want to hear. It may be time to wake up to the responsibility of your work, to let go of the past and to put faith in yourself and the universe, rather than giving your power away to others.
Your intuition about others is often right, but you may have a blind spot when it comes to yourself and you may fail to see what is obvious to others. You have a great gift for guiding others and can be extremely encouraging and positive, but you may have difficulty asking for help yourself and there may be a real struggle to be independent and self confident. Reflect and make some hard choices. Don’t be so anxious to please and guard your dreams.
Selfless giving can be a way of life for you and because of this you have the potential to help others at a profound level, as long as you don’t get too distracted and remember laughter and joy yourself. You can be very sensitive and quite a perfectionist. It may be important today to work with things as they are rather than wait for the ‘perfect time’. There may be decisions to be made, not just for yourself, but for others. It is important that you see things as others do, that you don’t take anything personally and that you try also to see the bigger picture. Experiences are to be learned from as well as lived, beware of getting stuck.
Goldylocks Productions Presents the Psychic Horizon Show with Shelley Hofberg, Today, Thursday, 8 October 2015 at 3 pm ET.
Shelley Hofberg is a Clairvoyant, Medium, Tarot Reader, Pet Psychic and Healer. Her multi-faceted gifts are reflected in her multi-faceted psychic career. Shelley has appeared on NBC television, the Discover Channel and is included in feature articles of newspapers such as the Hollywood Independent and Ventura Star. As a staff member of the West Coast Well Being metaphysical publication, Shelley was responsible for writing a pet psychic column and as a pet psychic, was mentioned in Lisa Barretta’s published book, ‘The Street Smart Psychic Guide to Getting a Good Reading.’
Jeremy is an Intuitive Soul Coach. As a Soul Coach, Jeremy’s mission is to help people from all over the world to discover their deepest passions, truest purposes, greatest potential and their highest path! Jeremy is used by the Universe to facilitate emotional healing in the souls of his clients. He helps his clients to tap into their subconscious mind and replace any negative beliefs that might be holding a person back from receiving their highest good.
Along with teaching the intuitive sciences like Astrology, Numerology, and Destiny Cards, Jeremy is Clairaudient. If you desire to tap into your greatness, find out what your unique life path is, discover why you are here and how to achieve your destiny… just ask Jeremy!
Shelley and Jeremy will be giving callers psychic medium and destiny readings.
Call in Number is 323-870-3791
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Q:“Microbiome” is one of the natural health industry’s latest buzzwords. What is it and why is it important?
A: Outside of the lab, organisms rarely live in isolation, but instead live in complex communities; this relationship is referred to as symbiosis. The human body contains about 100 trillion cells, 90 trillion of which are bacteria and fungi that live on us and in us and perform needed or harmful activities. Some of them help with digestion or help extract vitamins or nutrients from food. Others can cause serious illness when not kept in check. Over the past 10 years or so, researchers have discovered that some gut bacteria – when not kept in check by a healthy microbiome – can produce enough endotoxins to trigger a host of problems. For example, endotoxins in the bloodstream have been associated with blood sugar imbalance and weight management issues. If you think of the gut being its own ecosystem, that’s a good analogy for a microbiome.
The health of the microbiome is directly linked with energy levels, immune system health and more. So it’s vital to keep the gut healthy for overall wellbeing.
Q:What steps can a person take to properly care for his/her microbiome?
A: Maintaining a healthy microbiome begins with diet as what we eat can influence the balance of gut microflora. Eating a high-fiber, low-carb diet with lots of vegetables and plenty of protein supports healthy glucose levels, staves off hunger and sugar cravings, and supports pancreatic health. Certain fermentable fibers such as inulin (onions are a good source) give the gut bacteria a vital food source while protein nourishes the body and helps with satiety without overworking the pancreas.
Next we can support the microbiome with key nutrients:
Berberine is a constituent found in a few plants that not only helps support the microbiome, it helps support already-balanced blood sugar levels.
Probiotics (friendly flora) taken daily help maintain the levels of good bacteria in the gut. NutriBiome™ Bacillus Coagulans is able to survive the acidic environment of the stomach, unlike most strains that can lose up to 95% of their viable microbes.
Love and Peas® Sugar Free is a high-protein, low-carb meal replacement powder that allows us the health benefits of nutritious protein, including a feeling of fullness without animal products, gluten, dairy or sugar.
Q:Does cleansing help the gut stay healthy?
A: Yes, periodic cleansing can help remove accumulating waste and toxins from the body, including the microbiome, which is important to helping maintain a healthy balance.
The body is home to two large groups of firmicutes and bacteroides bacteria. Firmicutes extract more energy from food, which is largely unnecessary in today’s western society. Further, some produce potentially harmful endotoxins. These should be eliminated.
New CleanStart® Mild is an effective cleansing program that features psyllium, triphala Ayurvedic fruit blend, bentonite and magnesium. It works in several ways:
supports the body’s natural, everyday cleansing of waste and environmental toxins
provides 5 grams of fiber per serving to help gently move contents through the digestive system for elimination
supports the body’s natural processes of detoxification of the liver, kidneys and bowel
helps maintain energy levels and supports well-being
helps support repopulation of the microbiome with Bacillus coagulans
For best results, consult your physician about using a CleanStart® program two or three times a year for cleansing benefits.
Q:What else helps with toxins?
A: Our new Detox Basics formula was designed to help with DAILY detoxification. Cleansing is only advised from time to time, but we can nourish the body with important nutrients (included in Detox Basics) every day to provide needed detox support:
Milk thistle for liver detoxification support
Berberine for gut health support and to combat endotoxins
N-Acetyl-Cysteine to help upregulate critical cytochrome P450 enzymes, which help process potentially toxic compounds including drugs
Turmeric and Vitamin C to support the immune system
Bacillus coagulans produces lactic acid in the gut, which changes the microenvironment to support healthy microbiome balance
Eating cruciferous vegetables also helps because they assist in hormone balance and in the breakdown of toxins and excretion of heavy metals.
When we clean up the gut and resupply the “good guys,” we give our microbiome the best chance to not just survive, but thrive.
Q:What makes new NutriBiome Bacillus coagulans unique?
A: Bacillus coagulans is a unique, gut-friendly, spore-forming bacteria. Studies show that this strain provides relief from digestive upset, including occasional diarrhea, bloating and gas. It helps detoxify the microbiome and supports immune health. Interestingly, Bacillus coagulans is a heat-stable spore, so it’s got a higher survival rate in the stomach’s acidic environment than most probiotics. That makes Bacillus coagulans highly versatile and portable. I think people will really love it.
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Harmony and laughter are important to you today. You are full of ideas and don’t want to get caught up in the mundane or the detail. Some may find your need to be endlessly optimistic, downright depressing. You may have to stand alone with regard to this and go into the quiet to master your emotions and find the peace inside. When you are happy and in harmony you will find this surrounds you – so you may find laughter from unexpected places and people today.
“Good luck with that cesarean section problem,” said my webmaster as he posted the beautiful home water birth photos of mother Kalista and baby Loki with father Trace and sister Sophie immersed in love, joy and newborn water. “It seems we were talking about that problem 30 years ago.” Yep, he’s right. We were.
By 2013, ACOG had released their new definitions for gestation, making 40 weeks term and paving the way for inductions at 39 weeks. California-licensed midwives received news of tighter restrictions for homebirth. National and world statistics worsened for infant and maternal mortality making it seem reasonable to move toward higher requirements for birth worker education and tighter control for standards in childbirth. ACOG seems to be the voice of reason.
I, however, am the voice of another reason. In all these rulings, standards, guidelines and laws, the voice of the mother is rarely seen as the expert. Her final knowing and final word ought to stand firm above the knowing of others about her; this is a human rights issue. As we midwives started to create a tiny space to serve mothers, serve our callings and serve ourselves without being thrown into prison, we thought the mother’s voice was heard through our midwifery voice; this was our initial mistake. The Cherokee made the same mistake in calling all men brothers as the foreign foot stepped onto this land. Another’s voice can never replace the one to whom actions are being taken or suggested, especially when the action is insisted upon with threats of death. This is why one must go deep and quietly into the presence of birth to see what miracles are possible.
In his latest book, Childbirth and the Future of Homo Sapiens, Michel Odent concludes, “Let us work as if it is not too late.” Some may work for legislation, others for research, some with colleagues and some with mothers, but may all work with heart and soul with little thought of self and much thought of the seventh generation. I have many passions, but intellectualizing and standardizing birth is not one of them. So I am the voice of undisturbed birth and I am saying, “Stop frightening birthing mothers.” May we learn how to speak our truths without frightening others and without frightening ourselves.
Meanwhile, I wonder, why can’t we see that the way we are handling birth and the very real correlating outcomes are making things increasingly worse? Who cares how much more qualified, educated, scientific, evidence-based, equal or superior we have all become if we as a collective motherhood and as a collective midwifehood are more afraid of birth and, therefore, act accordingly. I’m not sure anyone with any education or training is best suited to be with a birthing mother. If a mother can somehow escape the claws of a professional, she ranks in the numbers of those women who are birthing the last free human beings on our planet—the last human life free from needles, machines, drugs, plastic, spotlights and the coercion of fear.
The truth is crystal clear to you and you may reach the point that you can’t just stand by, looking on and keeping the peace on the outside. Seeing things from the point of view of others may also be important today. So, don’t get carried away with yourself and keep things positive, whatever you have to say, remember love, joy and gratitude.