FOUNDATION

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“THE TRUTH DOESN’T CHANGE, ITS FOUNDATION CAN NEVER BE OUTDATED ONLY BUILT UPON.” Suzanna Aaring 2015

Solutions

“Actualization (faking it won’t work) of the axiom that problems can’t be solved at the same level  of awareness they’re created, is the most difficult and most powerful realization of identity, our true destiny.”  Suzanna Aaring 2014

Balance of Nature

“To the extent we think outside universal principles of reason, and function on the basis of rationalization of beliefs, we pay with more than money as the laws of nature restore its delicate balance.”  Suzanna Aaring 2014

Happiness or enjoyment of life?

I’m taking a poll for my book. which is more important to you?

Leave a comment to explain why, or if you don’t think it’s possible to choose between happiness and enjoyment, why not.

“Having fun yet? That’s how you know you’ve found a real solution.” — Suzanna Aaring 2014

Identity

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“The only possible attitude towards all human beings, good, bad, or indifferent is consciousness; authentic culture, not contrived collectivism, is the foundation that fosters the self respect to act with justice.” Suzanna Aaring 2014

Human Directives

“Not giving up on the human race means acknowledging that our identity at the top of the evolutionary scale goes beyond dialetic conflict.” — Suzanna Aaring 2014

Definition of Inefficiency

“To keep tampering with the earth’s most abundant resource (food) is like reinventing the wheel, it’s insanely inefficient.” — Suzanna Aaring 2014

Awareness

“Health consciousness without body consciousness is a recipe for delusion.” Suzanna Aaring 2014

MERCOLA and ORI HOFMEKLER discuss RADIATION POISONING

Holiday Health

“When it’s happy hour keep in mind some indulgences are better than others: sugar and alcohol (grain, rice, corn) is the worst type of GMO poisoning, crossing directly into deep organs penetrating the heart and blood brain barrier. Choose additive-free non-gmo wine and beer for a Happy Holiday.”  Suzanna Aaring 2013

Difference between hyper+ventilation hyper+respiration

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Does exercise induce hyper-ventilation or hyper-respiration? And what does it matter to those of us who exercise at the intensity necessary to stay in top physical condition?TestPic1forWomenFitnessNoBorder

Until a few years back hyper-ventilation was standard terminology for the normal compensatory mechanism that accelerates breathing during exercise when ventilation spontaneously gets deeper and faster. Then whoever influences medical usage got lazy. They needed a word to describe what happens at another point during exercise which had more clinical significance: the point when muscle fatigue, overheating, and build up of metabolites exceeds compensation. Of course it’s important to distinguish this moment because if  the increasing demands of metabolism can’t be compensated, stroke volume reaches a plateau and often decreases resulting in a fall in blood pressure. Dehydration occurs. Cutaneous vasoconstriction also decreases rate of heat loss and high temperatures result in acute acidosis. “Most people think hyperventilation refers to emotional stress only,” they must have thought, “no one will notice if we start using it to denote the point when the compensatory mechanisms fail instead of the point at which they kick in during exercise.”

Normally ventilatory compensation is caused by rising hydrogen and decreasing carbonic acid in the blood. Although CO2 and CO3 concentrations levels are considered relatively stable during steady state exercise, you still end up with an oxygen debt that must be compensated for before the deficit can be balanced by converting lactate into glucose and blood pH re-established at 7.4.

The problem is when blood pH drops during exercise and  H+ concentrations are high, potassium moves from cells into the extracellular fluid depressing polarity and slowing electrical response in organs, glands and deep tissues. Add high temperatures and increasingly slower excretion of excess H+ by the kidneys as generalized metabolic acidosis ensues, and ventilatory rate dependent on cardiac output for stimulation of the carotid bodies eventually slows down along with decreasing stroke volume and stroke volume and falling blood pressure. When the compensatory mechanisms fail and heart rate slows, the huffing and puffing necessary to rectify acidosis is shut off. So hyper+ventilation really isn’t the best word here at all, is it?

In the meantime another another word was needed to describe the normal acceleration of breathing at the RCP during exercise. The Greek root of hyper-pnoea or hyper-pnea refers to pulmonary respiration or breathing, so that seemed to suffice. However a couple of things were overlooked. What wasn’t taken into consideration is that respiration is not the same as ventilation, but whoever was responsible for the switch in terminology  didn’t think it was important enough to differentiate between the two since their interests had been served.

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Steady state exercise would need to increase not decrease respiratory efficiency in order to use hyper-pnea, meaningfully wouldn’t it? But since it always triggers hyper-ventilation when metabolism becomes anaerobic during exercise, this  brings us to the third element regarding usage that’s virtually overlooked. The fact that it’s actually possible to engineer true hyper-plea, true hyper-respiration during exercise by oxygenating all the tissues of the body equally even as heart rate peaks. However it takes a specifically designed sequence of exercises with a breathing movement pattern that can maintain resting state homeostatic balance, a slightly alkaline pH,  at all degrees of performance intensity and duration. As long as the relative anion/cation ratio remains the same the total number of ions can go up or down as metabolism speeds up during exercise and homeostatic acid-base pH is still maintained, aerobically.

Body’Fit pHx™ compensates for oxygen deprivation in deep organs by opening up circulation in deep vessels, so blood volume can’t be shunted over to the muscles like it usually is, thereby maintaining the anion/ cation balance required for acid base equilibrium. In other words no huffing and puffing of heavier breathing is ever triggered at any intensity. This is true hyper-pnea, because the breathing design sustains 100% aerobic cardio,  automatic compensatory hyper-ventilation is completely unnecessary. Body’Fit design works with physiological mechanisms to define the gold standard that makes sense of both hyper-ventilation and hyper-respiration.

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Rationality

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“The human mind needs to make sense of things, if we haven’t the means or the will to do so, we resort to rationalizing irrationality.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

“I AM”

“Our choice of relationships thru the natural impulse of happiness rather than the perversity of surveillance, stalking and social pressure, sets the boundaries of personhood.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

Productivity Gap

“Productivity is stifled and mercenariness proliferated when the gap between the few who’ve hijacked our abundant finite world and the rest of us becomes astronomical.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

Transformation

“Shaky grounds to fetter out a few crooks aside our surveillance society still fails to see our inner function as conduits of transformation.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

GMO Alert

Did you know that soybean vitamins,I know it’s a contradiction in terms, are now added to grains during processing into flour. It was a total surprise to me too, since the body uses up vitamins to recover from gmo’s. If you’ve been following this controversial topic and paying close attention to how your body reacts to genetically modified synthetics, you may have noticed that indigestion, bone and joint pain, etc. can occur after ingesting breads, cereals, anything made with flour. Soybeans are one of the most common GMO additives on the market today.

Why would anyone want to add soybeans to flour? That’s exactly the reaction my organic baker had when she found out her flour supply was contaminated. The good news is, I just found out today, is the wheat itself isn’t the problem, no one wants to buy GMO wheat anymore. That may also give us a clue. The only way GMO can be taken  to market is by camouflaging its presence. Nonetheless economics is probably the best case scenario, if you give those controlling the food industry the benefit of doubt.

Deliberately misleading the public like that gives rise for deeper concerns about the real motive behind the scam. If you’re health conscious and want to avoid GMO’s in your diet, they’re going to try to make you eat the toxic substance like it or not. It also means that milk, which now contains GMO soy-based vitamins is also toxic, along with all other processed food. Producers must be getting some kind of incentive or kick back to go to the extent of abusing basic essentials like plain flour. Awareness and disclosure is our best strategy for curing this serious social concern.

The Universal

“Our treatment of children, the elderly and marginalized indicates whether we serve the universal or self and state.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

EnLightening Contradictions

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“When covert and overt collide and the contradictions can no longer be denied, that’s when the light of truth appears and love rules the planet.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

Will Power

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“When we neglect to educate ourselves on the intrinsic parameters of mind and body, its exact makeup, our mental chatter swallows up will to do compromising pre-established natural law, despite good intentions .” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

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“Pre-established perfection of the universe is reflected in the human being, awakening to who we are is the crucible that determines our ability to master our life.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

Couples

“There’s no civilization without unity, no unity without equality, and sometimes it’s necessary to state the obvious.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013

Knowledge

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“Fragments of knowledge out of context can only be grasped as a belief, without the whole picture reasoning doesn’t fit reality.” — Suzanna Aaring 2013