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"How to Meditate
a Zen Monk...
If you'd like to meditate as deeply (actually
more deeply) than a Zen monk, literally at
the touch of a button, this may be one of the
most important messages you will ever read.
Here is why...
Based in part on Nobel Prize-winning
research on how "complex systems" (human
beings, for instance) evolve to higher levels
of functioning, a mental improvement
program has been created utilising a powerful
audio technology called Holosync®.
A precise combination of audio signals gives
the brain a very specific stimulus that creates
states of deep meditation --- and causes the
creation of new mind-enhancing neural
connections between left and right brain
Here's what other Australians are
saying about Holosync® ...
"I've had a massive decrease in my stress
level. I sit for 1½ hours in peak hour traffic
and arrive at work cheerful and unfazed."
- Janet Prentice, Sydney, NSW
"I sleep beautifully, concentrate with ease,
people have commented on how confident
and well I look." - Gregory O'Keeffe, Qld
"I am now happy and content. I am awake
and alert at 6.00am after a wonderful sleep
and have lots of energy."
- Anna Van Raay, Burwood, Vic
"I am more centred and happy. My brain
feels like it has been switched on."
- Doris Ruiner, Gleniffer, NSW
"I am sleeping better and best of all, my
health is now gradually improving."
- Margaret Farrar, Qld
Now a New CD and Report Reveal ...
‚ The scientific evidence proving how
Holosync® increases the production in the
brain of many vital neuro-chemicals that
can slow ageing.
‚ How to achieve super-deep meditation, at
the touch of a button.
‚ How to dramatically reduce stress.
‚ How to create remarkable emotional
changes at the deepest level.
‚ How to improve your emotional health.
‚ How to heighten your creativity and
problem solving ability.
‚ How to have more restful sleep.
‚ How to boost your intelligence.
‚ How to increase your focus, concentration
and learning ability.
‚ How to enhance your memory.
‚ How to increase your motivation and
‚ How to have more happiness and "flow"
in your life.
‚ How to heal emotional blocks.
The complete report on this amazing new
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Sunday, Nov 22, 2009
As if we needed more incentive, the Great Barrier Reef will
now benefit from a campaign to encourage us all to make the
switch -- at least more often -- to put more veggies on our plates.
A s part of National Vegetarian
Week later this month, celebrities
including Test cricketer Brett
Lee, world sur ng champion Stephanie
Gilmore and head of the UN
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
Change Dr Rajendra Pachauri, have made
a pledge to try veg. During the week
from September 28 to October 4, were
all being encouraged to pledge to try a
plant-based meal, increase our plant- based
meals or go the whole hog and commit to
eating vegetarian for a week.
Its worth it in all sorts of ways including
the knowledge that for every pledge
made to the website www.vegetarianweek.
com.au one dollar will be donated to
the Great Barrier Reef Foundation to
a maximum of $5,000 to help fund
research to protect this great natural
wonder. Youll probably already know
the reef is under increasing threat from
global warming leading to rising water
temperatures and water acidi cation.
While the campaign isnt suggesting
people make a compete switch to a
meat-free diet, it is aiming to increase
awareness of the bene ts of a more
vegetable-based diet for both ourselves
and the planet. The campaign organisers
tell us that livestock activity involving
cattle and sheep is responsible for more
than a third of all human-produced
methane, a greenhouse gas more potent
than carbon dioxide. While methane
breaks down in fewer than 20 years, CO²
stays around for 100 years or more. So
while well be waiting for the bene ts
of cutting CO² for some decades,
cutting methane can have a much faster
And as a nal word, here are some of
the bene ts of a vegetarian lifestyle,
according to National Vegetarian Week:
● Vegetarians are thinner on average with
a lower BMI than non vegetarians
● Vegetarians have a lower risk of heart
disease and are twice as likely to have
lower blood pressure
● Non vegetarians have a much higher
risk of developing bowel cancer
● The World Cancer Research Fund
estimates the incidence of cancer can
be reduced by 30 to 40 % if people eat
plant-based diets, are physically active
and maintain a healthy body weight.
● Theres growing evidence that higher
intakes of potassium, magnesium and
fruit and veg are associated with a
bene cial impact on bone strength.
Find out more about whats good for you at
Eat Your Veg!
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