|Gods Love and Light Shines On All of Us|
As the Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays approach in 2014, we now find ourselves, as a nation and as a planet, in quite a bit of political, economic, health and enviornmental disarray.
We are all looking for ways to make ends meet and cut down on the stress in our lives. So I will address these issues. My guess is that many of you feel some sort of concern about financial issues whether it is the daily budget, dwindling savings, credit card bills, increased health costs, money for college bills, mileage and gas prices for the aging family automobiles, and so on.
Its the same at the Young homestead here at Rancho Del So, in Valley Center, California. Every year I pray for more rain and try to figure out how to save money on the expensive California water we need for thousands of avocado, grapefruit, pomegranate, prisimone, lemon, and lime trees. I am always trying to figure out where to save money so I can use that money to reach more people around the world with a pH Miracle message of health, healing and extraordinary well-being. If you read my articles on a regular basis, you will know that I am quite positive that following a healthy, organic, alkaline green diet with many raw, green fruit and vegetables will save you money over time. Whether you have 50 more years to live or 25, most medical expenses have traditionally occurred in the later years of life. And those medical expenses can be a thing of the past if you will embraces an alkaline lifestyle an diet.
Once your body is alkaline, and once you have rebuilt your blood with my C.O.W.S. program (Chlorophyll, Oil, Water and Salt), and once the pH of your urine is around 7.4 on a consistent basis, you are well on your way to permanently increased health, energy, fitness and vigor as well as great financial savings.
Remember, the #1 reason for bankruptcy in America for many years has been medical bills. That will not happen to you. I hear from people all the time that pretty much the only reason they visit the doctor anymore is to gloat a bit, to follow-up on some old ailment now in the rear-view mirror, to lecture the poor old besieged doctor on the importance of nutrition in health, or exercise, or to give him/her a copy of The pH Miracle book. By the way, if you write to me and tell me that you really did get your doctor to read The pH Miracle book, I’ll send you a free copy to replace the one you gave to your physician. I will also be fascinated to hear your story. In fact, I may share it with everybody in one of my articles or on our pH Miracle Youtube channel.
Many people who have been following a balanced pH Miracle alkaline/acid diet for many years tell us about all the different ways they save money. Some people have replaced their health insurance with a combination of self-insurance, accident insurance, a hospital indemnity policy, and disability programs. Some people on Medicare have not purchased the supplemental insurance because they have not visited the former family physician for several years and are hoping not to for the rest of their lives. Besides, they tell me, they aren’t likely to go the drug route anyway now that they know the cucumber and avocado route.
Many have told us that they have saved money because they no longer have doctor visits, co-pays, pharmaceutical drugs, deductibles, tests, clinic and lab fees, medical gadgets, lost time and sick days, and so on. Not to mention the increased energy, creativity, and productivity.
Now lets talk about stress. About two years ago, I emailed you an article about Mother Theresa whose level of consciousness allowed her to function in love, joy, peace and enlightenment. Many of you said that you enjoyed that article. Such states of mind–whether they are linked to experiences that are primarily sensory, emotional, psychological, intellectual or spiritual–can only be accompanied by an absence of stress at the physiological or body level.
If you read my articles at: www.phoreveryoung.wordpress.com with any consistency, then you know that there is a solid scientific link between the mind and the body, the psychosomatic or the “somatopsychic.” It goes both ways.
We started hearing the world psychosomatic at least 40 or 50 years ago. The mind can cause the body to suffer and the body can cause the mind to suffer. Therefore, it makes good sense to take care of both.
I have discussed from time to time the importance of minimizing stress in our lives. When our minds are filled with thoughts and feelings that include the negative perceptions and experiences of fear, anger and sadness, we are vulnerable to the creation of excessive bodily acid. Toxic acids are actually secreted from various parts of the body cells directly into the bloodstream when we are in a negative emotional state.
On the other hand, leading a life that includes more experiences in what we might call the love zone can be a challenge. I forget who coined the word love zone, but this state of being includes feelings of affection, joy, compassion, empathy, kindness, happiness and bliss. But living in this zone–you may have noticed–is easier said than done. The world seems so often to pull mightily at the most vulnerable areas of our lives. Our preoccupation with the outer world and things over which we have no control can keep us from entering into those precious moments or hours in the stress-free love zone.
There is one thing in particular that we can do to help us frequent this zone as much as possible. And I will back into this concept with a little story which I enjoy. I call this story, One Thousand Avocados for God. It goes like this:
A plantation owner, somewhat foolishly accustomed to bartering with God, prayed for a good harvest. He pleaded thusly:
“Dear God, if You would please bring me a great avocado harvest, as a service I will give You 1,000 avocados from the harvest.”
God granted him a great harvest. Thus, the plantation owner loaded up a thousand avocados in his wagon and had his foreman deliver them to the temple. Along the way, the foreman was pestered by two little beggar boys who pleaded for an avocado to ward off their hunger. “Shoo, shoo, go away,” said the foreman, knowing that the plantation owner had loaded exactly 1,000 avocados.
The hungry little boys ran alongside the wagon and continued to beg. Finally, the hired hand relented and gave each of them an avocado. He thought to himself, who would count all these avocados and know that two are missing from a thousand?
But the plantation owner had warned the chief overseer of the temple to count the avocados to make sure that the foreman had not sold some along the way. He found out that two were missing and had been given to beggars and the plantation owner fired the foreman. That night the plantation owner had a dream. In his dream, God came to him and said, I have granted your prayer for a great harvest, but you have not kept your agreement.
The plantation owner pleaded his case, But God, I took the avocados to you just as I said. God replied, Well, I am sorry that you are in error my friend, because so far, I have received only two. I think you can see why I enjoy this story. And it has many implications far beyond the simple notion that Divine Providence and charity are related. In fact, we might say that Divine Providence resonates to charity.
There is a great deal of emerging evidence and a wonderful new area of study which says that there is a human field of energy which is very subtle, yet powerful, pervasive and immortal.
There is a field of energy which connects every one of us to every one of us. Some refer to this energy as levels of consciousness–and the study of this energy focuses especially on various states of higher consciousness.
Regardless of our personal level of consciousness, we are not only connected to this field of energy, but we are influencing it just as it influences us in return. There is emerging evidence, both experiential and research, that says that as our level of consciousness rises, our body has an increasing ability or tendency to heal itself. There are increasing numbers of prayer studies that show that healing is affected by prayer.
In Dr. David Hawkins book, Power Vs. Force, he designates and describes our levels of consciousness from low to high levels. In the pathological area, he lists (low to high) shame, guilt, apathy, grief, fear, desire, anger, and false pride. The ascending corresponding emotions at those lower levels are humiliation, blame, despair, regret, anxiety, craving, hate, and scorn. As we pass from pathological states into higher states of health and well-being, Hawkins designates and defines (low to high) courage, neutrality, willingness, acceptance, reason, love, joy, peace, and enlightenment. The ascending corresponding emotions at these higher levels are affirmation, trust, optimism, forgiveness, understanding, reverence, serenity, bliss and ineffable.
By contemplating upon these two hierarchies of human levels of consciousness and corresponding emotions, you can easily see the beauty that unfolds as we achieve higher and higher levels of consciousness. Higher levels mean less stress, or course, which means less acid in your body. The simple question then becomes, what is it that I can do to help myself achieve an increasing degree of health, happiness and serenity in my own life? As I have written before, a healthy and peaceful lifestyle includes choosing an alkaline and nutritional diet, exercise, rest and relaxation, good company, doing work which we enjoy, body massage, meditation, sincere gratitude, a reverence for all life, and so on. Some will argue that these conditions are difficult to achieve in a world of economic disarray. Just viewing the problems of hunger and homelessness in the world is frightening. In America, we are told that more than a million people are now losing their homes due to mortgage default, twenty-three million are out of work or under-employed, and 40 million are on food stamps. And so, how can we ascend to levels of peace in such a world with so much apparent negativity?
What else is it that we can do to ascend our own levels of consciousness and somehow feel a greater sense of love, the absence of fear, and more acceptance of so many people with whom we seem to have nothing in common, little understanding, a different set of values, and with whom we perceive ourselves to operate from a completely different belief system about the world?
How do we come to a sense of peace and diminish our reflexive stress–the same stress that causes acidic reactions in our body–to the many seemingly unacceptable political, economic, unhappy human elements that surround us?
I believe that science will soon confirm what some have known over the millennia. Virtually all Holy Scripture from all the major religions are in accordance with the idea that the highest devotion to God–man’s greatest gift to the energy field of the world in which we are all encompassed–is service to mankind. Research into higher consciousness tells us that the energy of loving service is recorded in the universe on into infinity.
Thus, as Thanksgiving and Christmas approaches in the problematic year of 2014 and on, one of the greatest stress-releasing gifts we can give to ourselves is to give the gift of service to others.
And nothing fosters charitable feelings like charitable actions. Nothing fosters more the acceptance of other people than lending a helping hand. Nothing will bring forth the peace and wisdom that we need to create within ourselves more than providing service to the poor, the needy, the uneducated, the downtrodden, the sick, and the afflicted.
Look for service projects in your area and take your family into the world to help others. And over time, nothing will help you to diminish the stress inside your own body more than helping to diminish the stress in those around us. What goes round comes round, and to whatever degree your load of avocados means abundant energy, creativity, intelligence, leadership, money, or time for everyone in the world, I know that you can figure out how to deliver more than just two avocados.
In light and love this Holiday Season,
Dr. Robert O. Young