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Man heals psoriasis skin condition by energising his food

Man heals psoriasis skin condition by energising his food | Energy Healing | Scoop.it

Watch this FUN & INSPIRING VIDEO where I interview the charismatic Conscious Chef (John Paul Brannan) who has been working within the food industry for 20 years and cooked for famous spiritual health centres.

In this video we reveal:

1. How we can HEAL OURSELVES by giving quality love and attention to the preparation of our food

 

2. Why positive thoughts and intentions can actually change the molecular structure of food

 

3. His story on how he healed up to 50% of a psoriasis skin condition which continues to improve

 

4. PLUS the key steps to ENERGISING FOOD to boost nutritional quality, its taste and much more….

 

Enjoy ! Paul Grout

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If you would like to know a unusual but powerful way to heal. Then let me show you how. Here is a video which talks about the power of giving love to the preparation of food & how we can improve our own health by ENERGISING FOOD with positive thoughts and intention.

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Paul Grout's comment, August 26, 2013 4:47 PM
Did you know that the vibration of positive thoughts & intentions actually changes the molecular structure of food? http://bit.ly/energisefood
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Creativity Activation & Chakra Healing - Guided Meditation

Sacral Chakra Cleansing with Creativity & Flow Activation. Guided by spiritual channel William Yensen. Original music by Frequency 21 Designed to be listened...
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How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter

How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
Daydreaming gets a pretty bad rap. It's often equated with laziness, and we tend to write off people with wandering minds as being absent-minded "space cadets" who can't get their heads out of the clouds.

Via Christi Krug, Paul Grout
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Daydreamers are often creative people who are able to think out of the conventional way of thinking. The brain requires regularlity of innovative thinking in order to develop. When we learn to focus our daydreaming to help visualise resolutions to materialise our goals, we can tap into the subconscious mind to create answers in line with our conscious effects. The more we develop the left and right side of the brain to working together the faster the pace of constructive innovative ability (thus being able to develop the strengh and belief that we are the creators of our lives).  http://creativeflowevolution.com/

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Christi Krug's curator insight, October 3, 2013 8:29 PM

For over a decade, I've been helping people daydream in order to pay attention to their stories, desires, and ideas--and now research is uncovering some of the benefits of this!

Paul Grout's curator insight, October 4, 2013 10:38 AM

Daydreamers are often creative people who are able to think out of the conventional way of thinking. The brain requires regularlity of innovative thinking in order to develop. When we learn to focus our daydreaming to help visualise resolutions to materialise our goals, we can tap into the subconscious mind to create answers in line with our conscious effects. The more we develop the left and right side of the brain to working together the faster the pace of constructive innovative ability (thus being able to develop the strengh and belief that we are the creators of our lives).  http://creativeflowevolution.com/

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The Real Link Between Creativity and Mental Illness | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network

The Real Link Between Creativity and Mental Illness | Beautiful Minds, Scientific American Blog Network | Energy Healing | Scoop.it

By Scott Barry Kaufman |  “There is only one difference between a madman and me. I am not mad.” —Salvador Dali / "The romantic notion that mental illness and creativity are linked is so prominent in the public consciousness that it is rarely challenged. So before I continue, let me nip this in the bud: Mental illness is neither necessary nor sufficient for creativity."


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Madness and creativity: Do we need to be crazy? I believe that we do not need to be crazy to be creative, just open to new possibilities which may step out of the normal way of thinking. Thats what creativity is all about. Being flexible and allowing puzzles to be fixed together to form a representation of one's inner values and insights. Creative people are often dreamers and sometimes may appear to have lost touch of reality, which in turn may contribute towards a crazy appearance :) http://creativeflowevolution.com/ ;
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Bernard Ryefield's curator insight, October 4, 2013 12:39 PM

"...creative people include more events/stimuli in their mental processes than less creative people." "Because you never know: sometimes the most bizarre associations can turn into the most productively creative ideas."

"The latest research suggests that mental illness may be most conductive to creativity indirectly, by enabling the relatives of those inflicted to open their mental flood gates but maintain the protective factors necessary to steer the chaotic, potentially creative storm."

Douglas Eby's curator insight, November 8, 2013 10:37 PM

“So many good things have happened to me because of how unhealthy I’ve been mentally.” Producer, director Judd Apatow - in my article The upside of our dysfunctions http://talentdevelop.com/197/the-upside-of-our-dysfunctions/

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Creative Expression and Healing

Creative Expression and Healing | Energy Healing | Scoop.it

Creative expression can transform our painful reactions to traumatic situations, providing a way to give voice to difficult feelings.

Charlize Theronas a teen saw her mother shoot and kill her father in self defense.She said in a 2004 interview that her work has helped her deal with it: “I think acting has healed me. I get to let it out. I get to say it and feel it in my work and I think that’s why I don’t go through my life walking with this thing, and suffering.”


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SEED OF GRATITUDE FOR BREATH

SEED OF GRATITUDE FOR BREATH | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
    Give thanks for the miracle of participating in life through every breath. Breathe in the wonder of it all. Breathe out gratitude. With (Fill each breath with #positive, healing, creative, loving, kind #intention.
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Quantum-Touch and Distant Healing « Enhanced Reiki Energy Healing

Quantum-Touch and Distant Healing http://t.co/S97pnNKSNC #reiki #thoughts
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The Importance of Play

The Importance of Play | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
10 quotes by some famous people who understood the importance of play.

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Do You Think Willpower Is A Limited Resource? What That Might Mean For You

Do You Think Willpower Is A Limited Resource? What That Might Mean For You | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
By Tia Ghose, Staff Writer Published: 08/19/2013 03:17 PM EDT on LiveScience Willpower may be plentiful -- as long as you believe it is.

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Strong enthusiasm and willpower is great to get started with our missions to serve the world. My concern is that if we keep pushing ourselves without enjoying the process we can may start to become lost in the field of 'wanting' and not doing. We are all creative machines who desire passion and purpose in what we do. So I believe that willpower is much more effective when we create a underlining purpose which gives us the passion keep on track to achieve the goal with flow. Focus is very important. What helps me stay on track of my mission to help people find their creative flow is to ensure I have a healthy balance for work and play. For example, I normally get my best ideas when I relax and dedicate time for fun. I am certainly going to share this article with my community. Thank you for this inspiring post. http://creativeflowevolution.com

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Paul Grout's curator insight, August 23, 2013 2:55 AM

Strong enthusiasm and willpower is great to get started with our missions to serve the world. My concern is that if we keep pushing ourselves without enjoying the process we can may start to become lost in the field of 'wanting' and not doing. We are all creative machines who desire passion and purpose in what we do. So I believe that willpower is much more effective when we create a underlining purpose which gives us the passion keep on track to achieve the goal with flow. Focus is very important. What helps me stay on track of my mission to help people find their creative flow is to ensure I have a healthy balance for work and play. For example, I normally get my best ideas when I relax and dedicate time for fun. I am certainly going to share this article with my community. Thank you for this inspiring post. http://creativeflowevolution.com

 

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How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter

How Daydreaming Can Actually Make You Smarter | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
Daydreaming gets a pretty bad rap. It's often equated with laziness, and we tend to write off people with wandering minds as being absent-minded "space cadets" who can't get their heads out of the clouds.

Via Christi Krug
Paul Grout's insight:

Daydreamers are often creative people who are able to think out of the conventional way of thinking. The brain requires regularlity of innovative thinking in order to develop. When we learn to focus our daydreaming to help visualise resolutions to materialise our goals, we can tap into the subconscious mind to create answers in line with our conscious effects. The more we develop the left and right side of the brain to working together the faster the pace of constructive innovative ability (thus being able to develop the strengh and belief that we are the creators of our lives).  http://creativeflowevolution.com/

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Christi Krug's curator insight, October 3, 2013 8:29 PM

For over a decade, I've been helping people daydream in order to pay attention to their stories, desires, and ideas--and now research is uncovering some of the benefits of this!

Paul Grout's curator insight, October 4, 2013 10:47 AM

Daydreamers are often creative people who are able to think out of the conventional way of thinking. The brain requires regularlity of innovative thinking in order to develop. When we learn to focus our daydreaming to help visualise resolutions to materialise our goals, we can tap into the subconscious mind to create answers in line with our conscious effects. The more we develop the left and right side of the brain to working together the faster the pace of constructive innovative ability (thus being able to develop the strengh and belief that we are the creators of our lives).  http://creativeflowevolution.com/

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Self-healing “artificial leaf” produces energy from dirty water

Self-healing “artificial leaf” produces energy from dirty water | Energy Healing | Scoop.it

Back in 2011, scientists reported the creation of the “world’s first practical artificial leaf” that mimics the ability of real leaves to produce energy from sunlight and water. Touted as a potentially inexpensive source of electricity for those in developing countries and remote areas, the leaf’s creators have now given it a capability that would be especially beneficial in such environments – the ability to self heal and therefore produce energy from dirty water.


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Energy healing: Moving from curing symptoms to overall health

Energy healing: Moving from curing symptoms to overall health | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
Energy healing - does it work? Is it real? There are many questions surrounding the field of energy medicine, which has become increasingly popular. (RT @ewollc: RT @Saludify: Energy #healing: Body wisdom and the inner healer in you!
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The 7 Best Foods for Energy - Global Healing Center

The 7 Best Foods for Energy - Global Healing Center | Energy Healing | Scoop.it
The best way to ensure you have enough energy is to get your diet in check. These 7 foods offer excellent nutritional balance to keep your body fueled up!
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