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Who is Hapi Hara and Johndennis Govert?

Hapi Hara : “Hapi” is the ancient pre-dynastic name for the Nile River. The name later came to represent Hapi, the god of the Nile, who represented the source of life for the Egyptians and other civilizations deep in Africa. Like its namesake, Hapi Hara feels she has been called to help others find their own inner essence or source. Hapi has had a lifelong interest in religion, spirituality, and mysticism across cultures. Her professional studies include an undergraduate degree in the behavioral sciences, a doctoral candidacy in psychology, and additional studies in the Enneagram, Reiki, and crystal energy. She has collected crystals and gemstones from a young age and understands them both mineralogically and energetically effectively synthesizing their properties through the sciences of chemistry and crystallography with their subtle energetic properties. Not only is she experienced with stones and crystals at the mineralogical level, she has also traveled to many sacred earth locations including mountain peaks, vortexes, volcanoes, canyons, ley lines, and megalithic stone sites such as Stonehenge and Carnac. Tapping into the ancient alchemical practice of crystal astrology, she identifies crystals that strategically heal, balance, and empower points in a person’s horoscope.

Johndennis Rang Dang Namkha Govert : Johndennis Govert is a yogi and guru of the profound path of spiritual liberation. He holds the lineage of three dharma traditions as a transmitted Zen Roshi in the Soto Zen line of Matsuoka Zengaku Roshi, as an ordained Kriya Swami in the Kriya line of Goswami Kriyananda, and as an ordained Nyingma Lama in the Tibetan Vajrayana line of Master Boma Meitza Quan. Johndennis is also a practitioner of several mystic arts, called Dao or Ways, that are parallel paths and supports of spiritual development. He practices Zen gardens and Shodo calligraphy with art examples displayed on his website www.johndennisgovert.com. He teaches and consults in feng shui design and is author of Feng Shui: Art and Harmony of Place (1993) and REALty Feng Shui (2018). Johndennis has been involved in a number of Traditional Chinese Medicine colleges and is a practitioner of Qi Healing systems. He continues as a teacher and consultant in Chinese and Western astrology for over 40 years having most recently been a staff consultant at Canyon Ranch in Tucson, Arizona. Johndennis offers consultations in Western astrology, Chinese astrology, feng shui, astrocartography, and other specialized services.

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Come Awake to the Judgmental Nature in You
by Guy Finley -
"Letting Go" Tuesdays, 6pm PT

It seems to me that we are always looking for faults and weaknesses in others... are we just covering up inferior feelings within ourselves?

By and large, everything we condemn in others is just a way of hiding a similar character within ourselves.
I know that when I look at people, I end up judging them on superficial things. I also know that this hurts my relationships as well as myself. I want to stop. How do I turn this judgmental nature off whenever I see something in someone that doesn't meet my approval?

The idea is not to try to turn off this nature, but to come awake to the actual experience of yourself that you have in these moments. Resisting thought does nothing. Learning to "taste" what judgmental thoughts bring to your inner table will teach you to leave the establishment called yourself.
It seems that all I am seeing of late are the negative things in people and how much suffering this causes. I am not very comfortable with this development in myself, as I usually like to stress the positive. Will I get past this stage, or do I just have the wrong point of view?

One of the wonders of true spiritual work is in our awakening to the actual nature of the people around us. Don't avoid this development, or think that something has gone wrong within you for all the wrongness you now see around you. Gradually, as you become more inwardly sensitive to the manifestations of people -- and realize that you recognize what you do about them because of what you can see in yourself as being true -- then real compassion is born. This same higher inner awareness grants you patience and new forms of consideration, because now you realize just how much pain everyone is really in. Keep going.

The more I think I know about true spirituality, the more I become easily aggravated by the seemingly false or inconsistent behavior of others. I can sense that part of my anger is seeing the inconsistency and false behavior in myself. What is the right way for me to handle these moments?

Stay with yourself. Don't put yourself into what you observe. It doesn't matter what anyone anywhere is doing or saying relative to your potential for inner development. The expression "The buck stops here" is valuable as long as we understand it to mean that these recurring blasts of unconscious energy we experience in moments such as these are to remain conscious within ourselves. We must not attribute their cause to someone or anything else outside of us. When we work with this truth and its instruction, then we begin to die to the blame-casting nature.

Guy Finley is an internationally renowned spiritual teacher and bestselling self-help author. He is the Founder and Director of Life of Learning Foundation, a nonprofit center for transcendent self-study located in Merlin, Oregon. He also hosts the Foundation's Wisdom School - an on-line self-discovery program for seekers of higher self-knowledge. He is the best-selling author of The Secret of Letting Go and 45 other books and audio programs that have sold over 2 million copies, in 26 languages, worldwide. Guy's latest book Relationship Magic: Waking Up Together applies decades of spiritual wisdom to practical relationship challenges, transforming any relationship from mundane to magical! www.guyfinley.org


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Different Kinds of Magnesium
by Linda Mackenzie, C.ht., P.hd. (c)

Magnesium is a vital to energy production enzyme activity. It helps uptake of potassium, calcium and Vitamin D3. Supplementing with magnesium has bee shown to aid and help prevent depression, muscle weakness, dizziness, muscle twitching, PMS, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis an more. Magnesium helps ph balace and normalize body temperature and cholesterol levels. It protects the arterial linings and helps form bone.

Magnesium deficiency may help cause confusion, insomnia, poor digestion, rapid heartbeat, seizures and tantrums. Alcohol consumption, using diuretics, having diarrhea, consumption of fluoride in water, and taking high levels of D and Zincincrease the body's need for magnesium.

If you eat a large amount of fats and foods high in oxalic acid like almonds, swiss chard, cocoa, spinach, tea and rhubarb hinder the absorption of magnesium. Here are some different kinds of magnesium and a simplistic explanation of what they do. Do more research on your own or consult you natural health care provider for more information.

The Different Types of Magnesium

1. Magnesium chloride
Extracted from salt water/ocean water it helps sleep, bone health, digestion and a sense of calm (both mental and physical). Side effects: It may cause diarrhea.

2. Magnesium citrate
Is a magnesium Salt derived from citric acid helps digestion, acid indigestion and constipation. It is the most recommended by health professionals. Side Effects: Since it pulls water out of the intestines it may cause dehydration.

3. Magnesium Glycinate
Naturally supports muscle relaxation and has a calming effect on the mind without the laxative effects.

4. Magnesium L-threonate
Improves cognitive functions, especially short term memory loss caused by chronic pain and it may help prevent dementia and sharpen your ability and wit.

5. Magnesium Malate
A combination Magnesium and Malic Acid it supports muscle function, cardiovascular health and energy production.

6. Magnesium orotate
A combination of magnesium and orotic acid it supports heart health, repairs tissue and helps stamina and performance.

7. Magnesium oxide
is found in Milk of Magnesia and helps improve digestion.

8. Magnesium sulfate
Other wise known as Epsom Salts helps sore muscles and is has laxative effects.

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This information is intended for general information purposes only. Individuals with health problems should always seek their natural health care provider before administrating suggestions made above. Application of above methods is at the user's discretion and is totally their responsibility.

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FEATURE CHART: Chinese Herbs

Ho Shou Wu
Fo Ti
energy, strength, fertility, diabetes,
liver, kidneys, blood, hypoglycemia
Jujube Date
Da T'sao
Whole Date
energy, forgetfullness, dizziness,
insomnia, stomach, spleen, pancreas
Gan T'sao
whole body,adrenal, ulcers, colds,
flu, liver, blood detoxifier
Longan Berries
Long Yen Rou
women's reproductive organs, anemia,
forgetfullness, heart, pancreas
Gay Gee
fevers, bronchitis, kidneys, liver,
colds, cloudy vision, blood purifier
Pai Shu
diuretic, indigestion, diarrhea,
edema, stomach, pancreas, kidneys
liver, skin eruptions, infections,
cramps, uterus, anemia
Jie Geng
lungs, sore throat, asthma,
bronchitis, pneumonia
Kuzu Root
gastrointestinal, colds, flu
Sok Day-Sang Day
blood purifier, bones, tendons,
anemia, weak heart, fatigue, kidneys
Dang Shen
menses regulation, blood tonic, itch,
abodminal extension, rheumatism
Huang Chi
nerves, large intestines, heart,
gall bladder, liver, lungs
chills, joint pain, headache,
numbness, flu, tetanus
Tien Chi
hemorrage, heart, circulation,
fatigue, stress, wounds, stomach
Wild Ginger
Xi Xin
energy, congestion, spasms

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The HealthyLife.net Recipe of the Month

Abstract Applesauce Cake

Oven Temperature: 350° F
Baking Time: 45-50 min., 8" square pan
Preparation: Grease baking pans.

2 cups flour blend (page )
1 1/2 teaspoons of xantham gum
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
1/8 teaspoon cardamom
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 cup butter (room temperature)
3/4 cup maple syrup
2 eggs, well beaten (room temperature)
1 cup applesauce
1 teaspoon vanilla
Optional: Add 3/4 cups dates or
1 cup raisins or 1 cup chopped nuts.

Sift together flour blend, xantham gum, baking soda, salt and spices.
Cream butter with maple syrup using electric mixer on low-medium speed until well blended. Add eggs.
Using an electric mixer at medium speed alternately add flour mix and applesauce to creamed butter-maple syrup mixture, blend until smooth after each addition. Add vanilla and optional, dates, raisins or chopped nuts.
Pour batter into greased pans and bake at 350° F. Bake 45-50 min. for 8" or 9" square pans or until inserted wooden toothpick comes out clean from center of cake. Cool in cake pans 5-10 min. Then remove and completely cool on wire rack then frost with your favorite frosting or eat it plain!

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