New Year 2024

https://vimeo.com/898882446?share=copy Year of the Wood Dragon 2024 The Year of the Wood Dragon begins on February 10, 2024, marking the transition in the Chinese zodiac. Let’s delve into the fascinating aspects of this auspicious year, Dragons are mythical creatures, anything can happen. Dragon Energy: The Dragon is a majestic and fortunate creature in Chinese folklore. It symbolizes bravery, creativity, and innovation. People born in Dragon years possess natural courage, tenacity, and intelligence. They exude enthusiasm and confidence. If you were born in one of the following Dragon cycles, you are a Dragon: 2012: January 23, 2012 – February 9, 2013 2000: February 5, 2000 – January 23, 2001 1988: February 17, 1988 – February 5, 1989 1976: January 31, 1976 – February 17, 1977 1964: February 13, 1964 – February 1, 1965 1952: January 27, 1952 – February 13, 1953 . The Five Elements Theory: Each Dragon year is associated with one of the five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, or water. The Year of the Wood Dragon combines the powerful Dragon energy with the nurturing qualities of wood. Here’s a glimpse of the different elemental Dragons: Fire Dragon (1916, 1976): Passionate, charismatic, and full of energy. Earth Dragon (1928,

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Tai Chi Warm Up

Tai Chi Warm Up Hand Circles If you want to learn more about the Lee style of Tai Chi follow this link for a FREE starter lesson.

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STRESS good or bad for you

Most people would say bad for you, as this is what for the past decade we have been told from the medical scientists and doctors. Calm down learn to relax, work less, take sometime out, have a holiday. Yes, calming the body mind is good for you, but there are many times when you need stress, yes we all need stress, even plants need stress, it is good for the survival of the fittest to have to fight for what you want to achieve, but not constantly. Sometimes you need to get going, you need to get your butt up and put things into action and you will not do that by putting yourself into a calm tranquil mind and say all will be OK “mañana”. The ancient ways of Tai Chi teaches you to recognise when you need to activate the body mind and stir things up or calm the body mind letting things settle down. Nature has developed a wonderful tool to use, our breath! we do this by connecting with our breath noticing it’s action and knowing how to control it, by either doing slow deep breaths with a short in breath and a longer out breath

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Intermittent Fasting For WOMEN

Dr Mindy Peltz Another interesting conversation by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee with Dr. Mindy Pelz Fasting, Hormones & Menopause Why Women Need A Different Approach To Men The COMPLETE GUIDE To Intermittent Fasting For WOMEN (How To Do It Correctly!) | Dr. Mindy Pelz Today’s podcast could transform the lives of many women – but it’s a conversation that is just as relevant for men. My guest is Mindy Pelz, a nutrition expert, an author and a pioneer on the subject of women’s health, hormones and fasting. Fasting itself is a topic we’ve spoken about on many occasions on this podcast, as it can have many potential benefits for our health and longevity. But when we talk about fasting and health in general, we often presume that men and women are going to respond in the same way. But as Mindy explains, men and women are fundamentally different biologically and hormonally, which means they may need to adopt different approaches. Mindy’s new book Fast Like A Girl – which really is a fantastic read -explains that distinction and goes on to provide the protocols women can use, so fasting works in their favour. It’s billed as a women’s guide to using fasting to burn fat,

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Belleek Jug Ewer Pitcher Shamrock Reg No. 0857 Green 6th Mark 1965-1980 Vintage

A cream Belleek Jug Ewer Pitcher with a Shamrock design in a panel on the front and back.  Period Reg No. 0857 Green 6th Mark 1965-1980 Origin Belleek Made in Ireland. Condition General surface wear from age  Please study the images and ask any questions you have about the item as the pictures are part of the listing condition. Overall Size 80mm       80mm     175mm Weight 166g <style>/*! elementor – v3.13.2 – 11-05-2023 */ .elementor-widget-image{text-align:center}.elementor-widget-image a{display:inline-block}.elementor-widget-image a img[src$=”.svg”]{width:48px}.elementor-widget-image img{vertical-align:middle;display:inline-block}

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Molecules of Emotion 1997 Candace Pert

Candace Pert, born June 26 1946, died September 12 2013 http://candacepert.com From <https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/medicine-obituaries/10486776/Candace-Pert-obituary.html> These are Angie’s NOTES on reading the above book. The Receptor (me you) The potential of each class without any expectations The potential of each day without any judgment an empty room, empty head, all is quiet and there exists a pure state of potential anything can happen all is possible. The overture what is to come! https://www.ornish.com/ http://www.rachelremen.com/ http://www.rachelremen.com/ science treats the body as separate parts, it is divided up as each scientist studies a bit. psychosomatic = imaginary, unreal, unscientific psyche = mind soma = body science tends to treat the body as separate parts Reductionist methodology but one part is inseparable from the other https://www.feinsteininstitute.org/our-researchers/jesse-roth-md-facp/ preposterous, too much NITPICKING the dawn of psychoneuroimmunology can we picture in our minds eye, a receptor protein peptide? measurement is the foundation of science, the means by which the material world is admitted into existence. emotions, the mind, the soul, the spirit is nothing to a scientist. for something to exist we must be able to attach it to something a MOLECULE is the tinniest piece of substance that can still be identified as the substance. An INVISABLE force attracts

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Tai Chi Breath Work Set 15

A daily practice of the Lee style Tai Chi open hand form set 15 “The Edge of the Cyclone”, by connecting with the breath. A daily practice of the Lee style Tai Chi open hand form set 15 “The Edge of the Cyclone”, by connecting with the breath. When me stand on the edge, we are unaware, we do not know or understand ourselves. Here we are victims of life, without conscious direction, still ruled by our conditioning, our habits, our negative programming.We now embark on the road to getting to know oneself by studying the next part of the T’ai Chi Long open hand form starting at set 16 to 31 the intermediate course.

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Tai Chi Breath Work Set 14

A daily practice of the Lee style Tai Chi open hand form set 14 “Brush Knee Side Step”, by connecting with the breath. This is the second time we do brush knee and sidestep; we need a reminding how important this lesson is in life. Brush away the old and step into the new, sure and steady as you go.This will not be the last time we practise Brush Knee and Sidestep.

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