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As you know I have been interested in Numerology and other ancient mystery school information.  The more you learn, the more you need to learn.  It is an endless loop of knowledge.  We as a group are just waking up out of ignorance.  As we travel the spirals of lifetimes and civilizations, we pass through the portals of various levels and planes of existence and consciousness.  In our “modern” times and I question the word modern, we are learning how little we know.  Our ignorance shows up in many forms, belief in superstition, believing

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11 responses to “Our Own Role in Our Poor Health”

  1. If our hair is our antenna, then it’s an advantage not to be able to get it cut! I’m continuing with my long hair experiment at 77.

  2. Gail Minogue says:

    Thank you Sharon and all who have left such supportive comments. Someone wanted to know why hair is an antenna. Yogis and those of the ancients knew the power of the hair as a fine antenna for energy frequencies. These people seldom cut their hair but instead wore it under the turban. At night, the hair would be washed and turbans removed. We might want to consider the hair on our heads as a powerful protective force. Speak well of it. Never have a bad hair day.

  3. Sharon says:

    The pandemic has been a wake up call and big mirror for staying healthy on all levels. Physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually…it’s use it or lose it.

    Thank you for another great blog and the race horse analogy is memorable.

    Prayers and blessings continuing for you and Richard!

  4. Gail, Well said. The old adage that our Body is a Temple of the indwelling Spirit of the Divine, has become a lost thought, let alone a lost principle to live by. Even for those of us who have paid attention to diet and exercise over our years, as we age past 70 or so the efforts and habits of the past seem to be less heeded when in fact they need to be heeded even more…. personal experience talking here. Thank you for your continue words of wisdom.

  5. Susan Mason says:

    Fabulous as usual Gail!
    You put everything into perspective. I am so glad your husband is coming along. Thank you for giving us your insight. Exspecially now when we all need it so badly. Take care and stay safe xoxo

  6. Peace, prayers and blessings to you and Richard. I can feel the weariness between the lines, but you will get through this.
    I stopped coloring my hair 7 years ago when I could no longer afford the expense and frequency. I was also concerned about the chemicals being absorbed by my scalp as the skin is the largest organ of our body. Now my shiny silver “halo” is surrounded by a darker gray. If it is good enough for Joan Baez, Emmy Lou Harris, Judy Collins and most recently Jane Fonda, I’m in good company. Welcome to the “wise crone” clan!

  7. Andrea Gold says:

    NEIGHHHH! I learned to feed this race horse great foods and take good care of my vehicle. This horse is rarin’ to go forth for the next 30+ years! Yee haaaa!

  8. Vanya Foster Rohner says:

    Love the race horse analogy! So right on and thank you, as always! Wishing Richard a speedy recovery and, YOU, continued strength! Big hug. Xo

  9. Judith Moore says:

    Great article! Not going to color my antenna any more! I’m ready for my new white/gray antenna! I’m healthy and isolating here in Carson City NV, walking 2-3 miles a day. Sending you Big Hugs, Gail ❤❤

  10. Judith Moore says:

    Great article! I love that my hair is an antenna! My last haircut and color was 10 weeks ago. I’ve decided I’m not coloring my “antenna” any more, I’m welcoming my whiteish gray! People may not recognize me soon! I’m healthy and happy isolating, wishing the same for everyone. Sending Big Hugs to you, Gail. ❤❤

  11. Anna says:

    Gail, this is a wonderful post! Thanks for the reminder about caring for our body like a fine race horse.

    Please explain about our hair as antenna.

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