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NPeden
USA
Wellness for Self and Planet: leading edge co-creation in an electric, participatory universe.
Interests: Health, Reading, Hiking, Meditating, Research
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NPeden has shared their blog MISTical Explorations
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NPeden has shared their blog Co-create
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION!..............FOR LIFE! Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
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Under Construction! Contact me at info@living-co-creatively.com Let me know in a few words what you are interested in talking about and joyfully, co-creating with clarity and I will respond asap. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION! You are welcome to leave a comment here as I create more ways to serve you and be in touch. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
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Under Construction! Visit again soon....for the best of products, practices, and information to awaken and in-form your spirit. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
Whichever side of the vaccine discussions you are on, Del Big Tree, producer of the ultra-controversial film, Vaxxed, which caused Robert De Niro, who believed in it, to remove it from the Tribeca Film Festival, here presents a hilarious and I believe very informative rant against Bill Nye, the so-called "science guy." No more for many of us. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION! Visit again soon....for the best of products, practices, and information to awaken and in-form your mind. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
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UNDER CONSTRUCTION! Visit again soon....for the best of products, practices, and information to love your body well. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
NPeden has shared their blog Living Co-Creatively
May 17, 2017
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This is my new blog, Living Co-creatively (www.living-co-creatively.com) joyously under construction and co-created by many you will meet including philosophers, practitioners, products, and practices, to assist us all living on the leading edge of consciousness and wellness. Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2017 at Living Co-Creatively
NPeden is now following Jen
May 3, 2017
This is a brand new book by a man I am privileged to know a long time. Something you might easily ignore when thinking of health: MONEY. Well if you don't have it you are really screwed. I have had to be in poor people's clinics and I have been privileged to have good care. What we need is CLEAN MONEY so maybe all will get treated well. Proud to see an old friend's brand new book on Clean Money is Amazon's number one new book. Must get asap. Joel has changed this planet in many ways; it's in his lineage Continue reading
Posted Mar 15, 2017 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
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Here is a short, un-annotated paper I wrote on Qualitative Research in 2001. You might find it surprising. We live in a culture that prizes the scientific world a great deal and often we hear, “the research shows” or worse, “the research proves.” If one broadly interprets scientific method as a way to systematically inquire and to then have that inquiry open to comment of at least a peer community, this is how science is to be used here. While quantitative research works to find explanations and causes, qualitative research looks to describe and to contextualize the human experience. Sometime in the late 1800s, scientists began questioning the appropriateness of using quantitative methods to learn more about the human experience. The method phenomenology may have been the first qualitative research method. Heidegger and others felt the human experience was far... Continue reading
Posted Feb 13, 2017 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
Being a botanist, I have long used oils, mostly in my bathtub. Most recently, a genetic consultant who I really respect, Sterling Hill, recommended BERGAMOT oil for me as the National Institute of Health actually recommends it for the reduction of the excitatory neurotransmitter, glutamate, which causes anxiety which I have had tons of over the years. If you search you will find several NIH papers on Bergamot's wonderful properties. Here is one: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4345801/ I was just putting it in my tub with my magnesium Epsom salts and thought that was best. But for this last year, I have had severe shoulder pain and just yesterday was really getting a cold. Continue reading
Posted Dec 16, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
Has it occurred to you that every night we sleep on GMO sheets and bedding? Here I am dreaming of some of the products I might choose, soon. All organic bedding. There is I will post in the future but for now I hope this is of interest. Click on the crib sheet, especially to enter Amazon and look for more organic bedding for your wee precious ones. Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
As anyone who has read About Me on this blog, you know that I have MTHFRc677t, which causes heart disease, cancer, and mental illnesses. And I have some bad tooth decay I am working on probably from fungi in my mouth. My dear old Monterey dentist, Constance Newton, who though not a biological dentist, suggested I try a chocolate toothpaste that uses a product, which I believe contains theobromine, from the cocoa bean instead of fluoride. This toothpaste is Theodent Luxury Toothpaste. I will let Dr. Mercola explain how it can help re-mineralize and help decay though if you google it you will find many pages touting theobromine over fluoride. Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
When I returned to college at 50, much of it online, I began reading and researching web pioneers as I was using conferencing and learning to build web sites. One of the names I kept hearing about was Jane McGonigal. But she was a gamer, something I was definitely NOT interested in. So I let her slip by. When I was first diagnosed with MTHFRc677t and became legally disabled, I began reading everything I could on all the difficulties of a severe disease. I found that stress plays a major role. I believe I caught Jane doing a TED talk. Her book, a delight, was probably her dissertation. It is done in the style I prefer and many of the doctor's I review here cannot or will not afford. The book is full of citations for all her claims that gaming develops strengths and resiliences especially when we have allies helping us in our quest. And unlike many of these professionals, her book has a great index, so you can look up any part at any time. I now see she wrote an earlier book: Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World. Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
Here is one of our most important researcher leaders in revealing how dangerous glyphosate/roundup is. Highly recommend following her. Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
I thought I would just name this post IODINE because so many in the wellness community would know about it and a lot more do not. There are two good inexpensive reads on the subject: The Iodine Crisis: What You Don't Know About Iodine Can Wreck Your Life by journalist Lynn Farrow and the other by David Brownstein, M.D, Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can't Live Without It. Continue reading
Posted May 11, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well
Posted May 10, 2016 at Lived Learning: Alive and Well