This is a story I received recently, and which I'd like to share with you. It's about how a woman's diabetes was cured using a 100% natural ingredients.
She was then 55 years old when she felt a constant thirst and had the urge to drink more water; she also felt hungry right after taking a meal, her legs often cramp and had severe cold sweat. Naturally, she went for a doctor and was diagnosed Diabetes.
She was on medication for two and a half years, until one day, she visited a family member in a distant land who also suffered diabetes for years. She was immediately given this effective recipe as he was cured by it.
Here's the simple and easy recipe:
Cut 4 limes (green lime) into halves, 1 whole chicken, add some salt and water level to cover the chicken. Put all to boil, when it starts boiling, lower the heat and simmer for an hour or until chicken is well cooked. Drink the broth and eat the chickenmeat like a proper meal.
After two months of this treatment, she returned for a check up, only to be told by her doctor to stop the medication as her blood sugar plunged to below the standard count. She is now 71 years old, happy and healthy, and no sign of diabetes.
So if you or your loved ones also suffered from diabetes, you can try this out; there's no harm or risk involved as the ingredients are all natural. Yes, I do agree that the taste may be somewhat sourly and the process repetitive, but you are advised to finish the chicken meat and broth each time; continue the process for a month or two and see the result for yourself! Good luck!
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So what are the guiding principles?
1) The location – make sure that you feel good about the energies in the surrounding area, look out for “poison” arrows; dumping site, strong winds, cemetery, and power plants are a few examples that release negative energies.
2) The armchair formation – we want the house or building to be supported by the white tiger (right), the green dragon (left), the tortoise (at the back) and the phoenix (in front).
3) A wall, a row of tall trees, or even a house can symbolize the tortoise.
4) The phoenix, also known as the Bright Hall, is the space in front of your house or main door. Make sure that it’s bright and wide enough so that the good vibrant energies can accumulate here and for you to walk into the house.
5) The traffic – as it’s rather rare to have physical water in our vicinity, the traffic around the house is considered water. Make sure that the flow is not too swift and that it does not charge to the main door in a straight line, this also includes drains and gutters.
6) On the inside, make sure that all rooms are clean, bright and spacious, slanting walls are not considered fortunate, that the toilets/WC and/or stairways are not directly facing your front door. If possible, kitchen should not be located in the center of the property.
7) Prior to moving in, it is recommended to purify the space with a Singing bowl, or leave all the doors and windows open for a day to disperse the old energies.
8- And finally, choose an auspicious date to move in.
Question: based on the external landforms, which one of the above three pictures would you consider best to own?
I hope you’d agree with me that there is only so much one can do in a day… my inactivity during the past two weeks was due to the fact that I was prospecting for our future home. It’s tough, needs a lot of time and energy as you probably know… besides the essential aide-memoirs of house hunting such as the area, environment, transportation, finance, facilities, size and state of the residence; I am lucky to have an advantage over you. Since I'm a practicing counselor, I do know the prerequisites according to Feng Shui principles.
If you can’t afford to hire a Feng Shui consultant, here are a few guiding principles that will help when searching for a new home. Although I do believe that it is the house that picks us and not vice versa… something for you to ponder…
Will be back next week for the guiding principles, stay tuned