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An Adventure Going Braless

Bucking a social trend

I may go on a date in a dress like this, but work is much more formal. Tumblr Image

I heard about the organisation ‘free the nipple‘ and thought little about it until I came home from work until one day then realised how relieved I was to take my bra off and made the connection. I stood topless looking at myself in the mirror, mostly at the strap line’s that had cut into my shoulders and went from under my boobs right around my back.

Those cut lines or indentations felt so uncomfortable I massaged as far around as I could reach which softened them a little then I continued massaging my

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Causes of Hair Loss

Protecting our appearance

Anthropologists say we began to loose our body hair about two million years ago and this gave us a competitive advantage over other animals. But nature left our head hair as protection from the hot sun, basically so it wouldn’t fry our brains.

Today, a full head of hair is desirable, yet for many of us it begins to thin at a very young age and both men and women experience hair loss for similar reasons which are.

Disease or illness

Losing hair could be a sign of being unhealthy. Illnesses such as systemic lupus erythematosis and syphilis, or thyroid disorder show hair loss as a symptom. Chronic kidney dysfunction may also cause lots of hair to

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PGAD

Persistent genital arousal disorder

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Women who have regular spontaneous orgasms, also called Restless Genital Syndrome (RGS).

PGAD is a very rare condition thought to affect about 1 in 1,000,000 women. This condition can begin before puberty and continue throughout life. Or it can start any time, like sometimes just before menopause. The medical establishment can find no cause or treatment, and any woman suffering from this condition may be subject to some experimentation at the hands of the medical establishment.

This condition makes many woman’s lives a misery and the fact that they are having a multiple of orgasms every day precludes them from enjoying normal sexual activity.

Not only are there no known causes

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Water Holds Memory

Ancient knowledge confirmed by modern science

Copper, the ideal water storage. Note it must be well cleaned regularly

Most of us tend to think as water as a convenience and something to nourish our bodies. In fact we can’t live more than about three days without water which makes it a necessity for life.

Within ancient yogic and Hindu understanding, water was highly respected and even venerated because there was the knowledge that our bodies were approximately 70% water. So while water had all its practical applications, the perception of water was that as an entity it has memory.

Memory of water is subtle and yet powerful, if you mistreat the water it will not nurture and support life.

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The Woman's Moon

Harmonising the menstrual cycle

The name menstruation comes from the Latin word menses which means “menstrual flow”, it is also the plural of mensis meaning month and is related to the Greek word “mene” meaning moon. This indicates a historical relationship between the lunar and menstrual cycles.

The moon is a symbol for primal female energy as associated with the goddesses of pagan times like Diana the queen of witches, huntress and protector of the wild and free who was worshipped in ancient Rome. Like the Indian Goddess Kali, she is still respected and admired today as a symbol of woman’s prowess and capacity to love and protect. (Details below)

The cycle of the moon takes 29.5 days, close to

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The Salt of Life

So why the fuss?

It was not only in Rome that salt was so prized, salt has always been one of the worlds major commodities and it remains so today. All over the world salt is harvested and distributed because without salt would not live.

Even animals need salt and in the wild naturalists have observed how elephants go to extraordinary lengths to acquire salt, and most farmers wanting to raise healthy stock provide salt licks for them. So what is it about salt?

Most of us have grown up in an environment where salt has been added to almost all food. It enhances flavour and contributes toward our nutritional acquirements. However most commercial salt is almost always pure sodium

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Sex Before Kissing

A new and dangerous social paradigm

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While sex without kissing for the most part throughout human history has been the prerogative of the soldier/rapist who were typically all men and sex workers who are typically women, sex without kissing was once very rare. A kiss is coming together in intimacy in many forms, it’s a declaration of acceptance, trust and affection, and often times used to convey a progression towards deeper intimacy.

Of course there are times when lovers come together with such intense desire that they forgo kissing, but the increasing openness of society in terms of knowledge that is often distorted, and the ease of the Internet that is saturated with Continue reading Sex Before Kissing

Hair care

Hair Removal or Preventing Hair Loss

Cover my head with hair, long beautiful hair that can be shaped and styled anyway I want it.

We all have the power to make small changes and as with other aspects of our bodies, we can decide to or not to have hair in any particular place. Male pattern baldness is a tough one, however Profillica has had some success and to see if it worlds for you, a trial is very affordable. Likewise, if body hair detracts from your lifestyle, there are two options below that will reduce your need to save or wax.

Ever increasing numbers of people are tired of shaving and waxing; these are inexpensive solutions to grow

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Turmeric

A plant vital for good health

Tumeric powder that is cooked before use

One of the most popular of the Indian spices, turmeric is also known as halad or haldi and its botanical name is Curcuma longa. Turmeric is a perennial herb with short and thick stem and multiple branches with unforgettable aromatic smell. The stems are underground (called rhizomes) and have food, medicinal as well as ritual value.

Turmeric is regularly included in Indian cookery for giving musky mouth watering flavour and beautiful yellow colour to recipe. See the Golden Milk recipe below.

The use of turmeric starts from day 1 in Indian life. A mixture of turmeric+ split gram floor+ milk is used to give bath to

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Skin Care Tips

Avoid Harmful Toxins – Eat Well – Exercise & Cleanse

Things to avoid; click for a larger image

In addition to keeping good general health, you must realise that the numbers of potentially harmful chemicals in skin and body care products is astounding. The rule of thumb is that if you cannot safely eat it, you should not be putting it on our body as the skin absorbs everything you put on it.

Step 1: Avoid self poisoning

As you see in the detail if you click on the right image, many of the commercially available products we use on our skin and hair are filled with potentially harmful toxins. Some of these toxins have been linked

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