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Leaky gut syndrome is a rapidly growing condition that millions of people are struggling with and don’t even know it. From the sound of it, you might think leaky gut syndrome only affects the digestive system, but in reality it can lead to many other health conditions.
You’ve probably heard the claims. But even if you are aware of all that apple cider vinegar has to offer, you might find it hard to believe that just one food can offer so many benefits. Surprisingly (or maybe not) it’s true! Drinking apple cider vinegar daily is a sure fire way to improve every aspect of your health and your life.
The amazing health benefits of Turmeric Milk
Possible benefits of Black Seed Oil
That which we are grateful for continues to be within our experience. When we are grateful, we are invoking the law of attraction. And by grateful, I don’t mean the mere act of saying or thinking I am grateful for this, for that. Being grateful is about true appreciation for what you have in life...
Allowing is the opposite of resisting. Allowing sets us free. It is the willingness to accept that which comes into your experience without resistance. This does not mean you have to continue to settle for the outcome of a particular creation or embrace a situation that is not to your liking. It simply means to allow what is, without passing judgment and labeling, and to begin focusing on what you want, if in fact your current experience is not what you desire.
Love is an energetic force that is the single most powerful energy vibration that we can experience. We cannot command love in any way shape or form. True love is without conditions, radiates independently of fear and is infinitely abundant at all times. Love cannot be bought, traded for, or sold, but can only be experienced through a vibrational sensation that is not physically tangible.
The question that stands out for me is, “who gets to decide what is right or wrong?” Right and wrong are just concepts and judgments of one’s mind.
We are also conditioned by society in regards to our sense of self-worth and what we are capable of being. This is easily seen through the media. Whether it is television, the Internet or social media, we are constantly set up in a comparative fashion to celebrities, status, attractiveness, occupation type, wealth, power, cars, labels on apparel, area code, etc. One of the great pitfalls in all of this is that most of the time we are comparing ourselves to the highlight reels of others.