I got a reminder today how…
…delaying gratification is a secret to the greater success. It’s not really a secret, and everyone has different idea of success, but hear me out! In his educational journey, Lou learned [and passed it onto me] that he does not need to be better than anyone else – he only needs to be a little better than he was yesterday. We all know the story of two little girls presented in a waiting room with two tiny marshmallows. And only one lived on to achieve [by her own standards] much more than the other one. Why??!! Read on…
“We are always in the presence of an Infinite…
…and Eternal Energy from which all things proceed. A single idea may be worth millions of dollars, and these ideas can only come to those who are receptive, who are prepared to receive them, who are in a successful frame of mind. Is it not worthwhile to make the effort?” ~ Charles Haanel
Yogi tea for healing
This is not a tea you get in the store. It’s a special recipe from 50+ years of experience of Yogi K.Khalsa, who was the first to bring it to North America. We have ~6 opportunities a day to nourish our bodies with food. Sneak in this chai type tea. Makes 4 cups:
Bring to boil 40oz water with 2 sticks of cinnamon, 16 seeds of cardamom, 12 pcs of clove, 24 corns of black pepper, 4 slices of ginger, 1 flat tsp of black tea (Earl Grey). Cook for 5 min, then add 2 cups of milk and almost bring to boil. Strain and drink one cup, well warm.
It slightly purifies blood, warms up joints and helps digestion.
Some people reward themselves every step of the way, sometimes without even making a step. Jealous? Don’t be. Instant gratification gets old, leads to tantrums and general unhappiness. Living moment to moment has serious drawbacks. A trip after a few years of lockdowns will be more enjoyable than usual.
New: an introductory…
…series of videos is now sent by YL corporate office, when a new person creates account to buy products in US. These short videos are sent through the first 42 days, weekly.
Therefore you don’t need to have any expert knowledge to teach others, when you feel you don’t know enough about it.
Crush course in herbal…
Adaptogenic: helps body & mind cope with rapid changes or harsh environment, or unpredictable stresses Example: ginseng, rhodiola.
Anti-inflamatory: reduces swelling, inflammation, pain. Example: goldenseal, evening primrose.
Antimicrobial: destroys germs causing disease. Example: sage, lavender, peppermint, tea tree oil
Antiseptic: prevents infection from setting into any open cuts of skin. Example: basil, chamomile.
Antispasmodic: helps with muscle spasms and cramping. Example: peppermint, valerian, sage, lavender.
Astringent: reduces inflammation, prevent infection, reduce irritation. Example: goldenseal, lavender, cinnamon.
Anthelimintic: destroy or eliminate parasites. Example: garlic.
Antipyretic: Reduces fever. Example: rosemary, ginger.
Carminative: stimulate digestion. Example: basil, fennel, valerian.
Hepatic: helps the liver. Example: fennel, dandelion, milk thistle.
101 ways to transform…
…your life. “With everything that has happened to you, you can either feel sorry for yourself, or treat what has happened as a gift. Everything is either an opportunity to grow, or an obstacle to keep you from growing. You get to choose. ” ~ Dr. Wayne Dyer
There are literally 100s of ways to turn “luck” around. Do you know someone who wishes to grow?
Get this CD, no charge, give it to this person »
All you need to do is to bring someone who is interested, and then the ‘teaching’ process is taken over by the corporate office experts. It takes a load of responsibility off our shoulders.
Canada is coming onboard shortly.
The science behind aromatherapy
To all the sceptics, doubters, name callers, NOT that I care to convince anyone (just wishing who uses nondiscriminatory harsh cosmetics and cleaners to stay in a safe distance from me, LOL), here’s the science why Aromatherapy works wonders on our bodies.
An air of masculinity
Men love a fresh, delicious, or stimulating scent as much as anyone. The right aroma can take him back to a cherished memory or remind him of a favorite spot.
Ontario Experience Centre in Brampton (7700 Hurontario St., suite 200, access from south west corner – Ray Lawson Blvd – turn left on entry) is fully open and inviting Mon-Fri 10-6pm. Curbside pickup still available to those who prefer.