In 5 – 9 days it is expected that the radiation fallout from damage
to Japan’s nuclear power plants will arrive.
There are estimates that 750 RADS (7.5 Gy) may contaminate these areas. That is A
LOT of potential radiation exposure. To put it into perspective, one chest x-ray is
approximately .03 RADS. One CT scan is 1 RAD. Radiation sickness occurs with as
little as 100 RADS.
Urgent: How do I Prevent Radiation Sickness from Japan Fallout?
You must have adequate iodine levels BEFORE this radioactive fallout gets here.
The CDC recommends using iodine to prevent injury from radioactive iodine fallout.
These are the doses for potassium iodide.
• 130 mg for adults and women who are breastfeeding
• 65 mg for children age 3-18. Children who are adult size should take the adult
• 32 mg for children 1 month – 3 years of age
• 16 mg for newborns from birth – 1 month of age
When should you take this iodine?
• Just before the exposure hits
• Iodine is cleared out of the body within 24 – 72 hours after taking it
DO NOT start the first dose of iodine right now. However, have it on hand so you
are prepared. Follow the news reports and supplement when radiation fallout exposure
• Take iodine within 1 – 2 days of the expected fallout
• If the fallout is expected to continue, you may need to take more than one dose
• Remember iodine only lasts 24 – 72 hours in the body after taking it.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
The following quote is an excerpt from what is known as a Spiritual Mind Treatment, or affirmative prayer in the New Thought tradition . This particular quote comes from Ernest Holmes, the founder of Religious Science, and author of "Science of Mind".
"Every plant which my Heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up. Divine Love within me , removes from my consciousness every thought unlike God (Good), In my physical body there is only room for perfection , because that thought which is sustaining and nourishing my body is aware only of perfection , nothing can come into being except from the One Creative Mind , and nothing can flourish unless there is something to nourish it. Accordingly , I know that my thought does not sustain any false growth , either consciously or unconsciously originated . The depression , the misunderstanding , the maladjustment , the frustration which may have taken place in my life , is now eradicated. God is the One Causation back of all manifestation , and there could not be cause for a development of any kind contrary or superfluous to the divine order. Therefore , there cannot remain within my body anything which does not express perfection. God-Life , in and through me , forever cleanses , heals , and renews every organ , and every atom in my body , after the pattern of perfection. False growth is neither person , place or thing; it has no life to sustain it , cannot take root in Truth; it has no vitality , no substance and no power , and cannot be fed nor nurtured by Truth ." Amen.
Saturday, March 5, 2011
Image above: "Ribbon Dancer" by Sanna
"What we are learning is that for every situation in our lives, there is a thought pattern that both precedes and maintains it. So that our consistent thinking patterns create our experience. By changing our thinking we also change our experience...The basic step is to confront what we actually believe." Suzi Gablik
According to Pat Allen in her book "Art As A WAy of Knowing" Art is a way of knowing what it is that we actually believe. Once we know what our real beliefs are, we can allow them to evolve and change if they do not serve us. Art making is a way to explore our imagination and begin to allow it to be more flexible, to learn how to see more options. Using the image-making process we can explore our many layers, loosen outworn ideas, and try out new images for ourselves. We can create and re-create our world through art making. Pat Allen
Art making is a spiritual practice where the creative process becomes an act of co-creating with the Great Spirit, aligning our awareness with a power within that is greater than we are guiding our hands, informing our imagination with infinite possibilities.