Grace comes into the soul, as the morning sun into the world-
Grace comes into the soul, as the morning sun into the world; first a dawning, then a light; and at last the sun in its full and excellent brightness.
INFORMATION FROM THE CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY CONVENTION OF 2017 – INTERNATIONAL TREATMENTS.
Let’s take a journey into the world of possibilities. You will be amazed with your adventure.
This is what grace does. It rescues us from our spiritual blindness. It releases us from our bondage to our rationalism and materialism. Grace gives us the faith to be utterly assured of what we cannot see. It frees us from refusing to believe in anything we cannot experience with our physical senses. But grace does more. It connects us to the invisible one in an eternal love relationship that fills us with joy we have never known before and gives us rest of heart that we would have thought impossible. And that grace is still rescuing us, because we still tend to forget what is important, real, and true. We still tend to look to the physical world for our comfort. We still fail to remember in given moments that we really do have a heavenly Father. Grace has done a wonderful thing for us and continues to do more and more. - written by Paul David Tripp
In the days to come, there will be people that will anger you or hurt you? Perhaps they are facing uncertainty and fearing it themselves. You will have someone or you will partake in unspeakable harms, and inconceivable hurts? Perhaps, forgiving oneself and others is essential in our life in grace.
Know you are loved and cherished beyond our earthly capacity, the failures in your own life is not a reflection of your value and worth, but that grace qualifies you... makes you whole and worthy.
Grace is a hidden treasure in you and others.
I do not at all understand the mystery of grace - only that it meets us where we are but does not leave us where it found us. Anne Lamott
Grace has been defined in many different ways. When we talk about Divine grace it is giving us what we don’t deserve. The Divine being graciously bestowed on us is a gift. So, knowing about this grace causes us to seek to know is just how to show grace to others.
As we can’t offer salvation to another person, we can be kind and gracious to them. Showing grace to others is a matter of dealing kindly with them, even if they don’t deserve it.
MASTER OF HAPPINESS
When Dan and I speak with people we try to use words that are kind and gentle. Obviously, there are times we need to correct other people, but it never has to be done in a hateful or mean-spirited way. Find a way to gently say what needs to be said. The beginning of this week Dan and I had experienced this through Facebook. In the United States, fear is arising along with uncertainty and it has been showing up with a division.
Through my blogs, I hope with the grace of the Devine I can help others in some small way?
Sharing alternative, health and wellness information and inspirational words on pages; hoping this will be small actions of grace that helps in some way. If we can seek out little actions, what we can do for others it will help others become more graceful. Don’t just look for opportunities to fulfill monumental needs. Our ability to change other people’s lives with actions are within our grasp, by simply using kindness.
I’m hoping through blogging, it brings peace of mind, contentment, grace, the inner awareness of simple abundance. I share information of health and wellness with open and a grateful heart.
Patience is a virtue; virtue is a grace. Jacob Rees-Mogg
It’s amazing what types of treatments and procedures there are without side effects. Just going to this cancer convention and the knowledge Dan and I gained prior just blow our minds. As I continue to share the INFORMATION FROM THE CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY CONVENTION OF 2017 – INTERNATIONAL TREATMENTS; today’s topic is on Ultraviolet blood irradiation.
This is also known as photoluminescence, or extra-corporeal photopheresis. It is a procedure where the patient’s blood is extracted and exposed to ultraviolet light. The infused blood provides the following benefits: stimulation of the immune system, increased microcirculation and oxygenation of tissues; in addition, irradiated blood has powerful antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and can help reduce the size and inflammatory activity of large tumors.
Niels Ryberg Finsen is considered the father of Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation. In the late 1890s, he treated various skin conditions with Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation and he and his successors reported a success rate of about 98% in curing lupus vulgaris, a tuberculosis-like disease of the skin and mucous membranes. In 1903, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for his research in photochemotherapy.
In the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, E. K. Knott, M.D. in Seattle, Washington, and other physicians applied this treatment successfully to a variety of other conditions, such as bacterial diseases, viral infections including acute and chronic hepatitis, poliomyelitis, encephalitis, overwhelming toxemias, rheumatoid arthritis and many other diseases and conditions.
In Europe, since the early 1950s, Josef M. Issels, M.D. administered Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation, or Photoluminescence Therapy, as an important component of his treatment program to thousands of his patients suffering from cancer and various immune disorders.
The research work of Nobel Laureate Otto Warburg, and other researchers such as William F. Koch, has proved that in malignant diseases the oxidation process in cells is blocked and energy is produced by fermentation. In such conditions micro-organisms that lived in symbiosis with the host organism may become pathogenic and parasitic.
When proper oxygenation is restored, these micro-organisms can revert to the non-pathogenic state. The impairment of cell respiration by oxygen deficiency has been found to be a major contributing factor in the development of cancer another degenerative disease.
Ultraviolet energy has been known to inactivate viruses while preserving their ability to be used as antigens in the preparation of vaccines. It has also shown to modulate the immune response by changing the antigenic structure in blood cells.
Most importantly for cancer therapy, Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation, also called Photoluminescence Therapy is the observation that controlled ultraviolet energy exposure promotes the maturation of dendritic cells through oxidative stimulation.
This effect is similar to that of the oxygen/ozone action, and is very important as the immune system’s dendritic cell fraction plays a key role in the fight against cancer. Other cells of the immune system are activated as well, along with the enhanced production of cytokines, such as IL-2, tumor necrosis factor and interferon.
In addition, researchers discovered the following beneficial reactions to Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation:
Blood being drawn for Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation Therapy has an activation of toxins
Destruction and growth inhibition of bacteria
Activation of steroid hormones
Increase in the oxygen combining power of the blood and oxygen transportation to organs
Decrease of blood viscosity by stimulation of fibrinolysis
Improvement of blood circulation
Stimulation of corticosteroid production
Decrease of platelet aggregation
Applying ultraviolet rays directly to a patient’s blood was originally conceived as a method of utilizing the bactericidal properties of the rays in the treatment of blood stream infections.
Current developments in the use of UV have led to a well-controlled procedure that produces excellent results with virtually no side effects. Proper instrumentation and training provide clinical results in an inexpensive, expeditious and reliable procedure.
Since this procedure involves no kidney damage whatsoever, diabetic chronic circulatory problems and older people can easily be treated. Peripheral arteriosclerosis and even gangrene can be treated as well.
Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation targets poor circulatory conditions, where blood flow is poor and more aggressive techniques, such as chelation or even vascular manipulation, could imply a health risk to the patient. Older patients with vascular conditions and lower immune performance are also good candidates for this treatment.
Ultraviolet irradiation of the blood is a valuable treatment tool that may prove to be an important alternative in the treatment and management of difficult chronic infectious, inflammatory processes and a number of degenerative conditions, where higher oxygenation levels and better immune performances are required.
Irradiated blood has powerful antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and can help reduce the size and inflammatory activity of large tumors.
Homemade Jewelry Cleaner | DIY Natural
We use homemade jewelry cleaner because commercial cleaners are expensive and full of chemicals. Trial and error have proven this solution most effective.
½ cup witch hazel (or white vinegar)
3 drops tea tree essential oil
1-ounce baking soda
an old toothbrush
Swirl, Soak, Scrub
Put the jewelry in a glass mason jar.
Cover with a ½ cup of vinegar or witch hazel. Add 3 drops of tea tree oil and swirl to mix.
Allow jewelry to soak in the mixture overnight.
The next morning, coat with baking soda and scrub with an old toothbrush, then rinse with water.
Until tomorrow, I’m leaving you with this written by May Sarto; everything that slows us down and forces patience, everything that sets us back into the slow circles of nature, is a help. Gardening is an instrument of grace. Grace is the beauty of form under the influence of freedom.