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The Master Cleanse Express
by Zoebess

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  • Day 5   by  Zoebess     16 y     4,018       10 Messages Shown       Blog: The Master Cleanse Express
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    Good Morning Fellow Fasters!

    Today looks promising and I woke up after a night of wonderful dreams. Unfortunately, they were sucked down my dream drain before I hooked them to remember. All I remember is they made me feel good and my eyes opened and the feeling was still there. The sun coming up every morning wakes me. My room has windows on three sides and I really enjoy having the outside be such a part of my life. On the side where my computer is, I can sit and 10-15 feet away is a birdbath which is visited often by birds AND dogs. Mostly birds I am familiar with, bluejays, lots of cardinals and such. Last evening, a red bird with black wings with a gorgeous shade of mustard yellow on the back showed up. I had never seen one like it in my life. I will have to look up birds today since I was totally fascinated with watching her circle the rim of the bath trying to decipher the best way to get to it. Again, another aspect of my reflection theme I was experiencing yesterday.


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    Today, I peered out at the sun rising from my other window. I could see one of our kitties outside sitting in the kitty lotus position with its front paws tucked in towards its heart chakra. He too was watching the sun come up. I opened my window to speak to him and he turned and said, meooooow, then returned to his own meditating, not even desiring to move. A quick pee, and body brushing while the computer fires up and I say some prayers, tell myself a few focus points for my day, and of course, be thankful.


    I have probably been neglecting to share some of the things I have been doing these past few days. Of course, the Salt Water Flush, being sipped now, I have kept up with. I then have done some gentle stretching. Great after sitting anyway. My mornings are a daily dance of coordinated chores to make all the other beings who live with me happy. Birds, dogs, cats. Outside birds get seed and water. Garden water and prayer. If everything is perfect, I am back in the house in time for the SWF activation. My morning ritual finishes with making my lemonade for the day. Cleanup chores and then I am back to relax by my desk with my breakfast bottle of Master Cleanse.


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    I have been having trouble fitting in everything I had planned to do, so I have implemented a rotation system with my teas. I really enjoy the Cat's Claw tea and Ginseng. I drink a quart at a time. I keep my water in a bottle on my desk on its *purple plate* (the plate is described under my entry, Junk in the Trunk), and I keep a glass just for it on my desktop full during the day so I am compelled to sip it down, fill it up, sip it down some more. You would think I would be feeling water-logged, but yesterday, I noticed I was a little dehydrated!


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    I have also been including a daily tablespoon of goji juice, a teaspoon of active minerals and vitamins, (to protect my hair) and an ounce of Essiac tea. I have yet to get to my flower essences and tinctures although some drops of Helichrysum Oil at my temples have been a luxury. Its only day 5 so I feel I still have time to do some of the experimentation with these items I had hoped to do. For example, when a headache does come, I would probably try using some Bachs Flower, Rescue Remedy, this time. These items are all liquid and completely within the spirit of the Master Cleanse protocol. Today I am going to definitely begin steeping some of my BF&C tea. That stands for bone, flesh and cartilage. My intent is to support the continuing healing in my right knee. I have been using my bounce chair and have noticed it is getting much better. I hurt it in December and could barely stand on it and walking was painful. I have come a long way but some peanut oil packs rotated with some castor oil packs are in my immediate future. I am a reiki practitioner as well so it gets a loving dose of energy each time I use the throne and my *HealthStep*.


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    I am continuing my success in keeping up my reading habit. Catalogues count, ggg, but my main read, Anne Rice's, "Christ the Lord", will probably be finished today. I have been taking it outside where I can lay in the hammock with a pillow and surrounded by the earth energy, fresh air, and sunshine. Its hot in Texas, where I am, so I keep my room air-conditioned. In the morning it is nice to open windows on two sides of my room and letting the fresh air suck out the aspirations of the night, but about 11 I close them again to keep the heat from building up.

    I live out in the country where I have the luxury of privacy so have the opportunity to go out daily and sun my body. I use the trampoline to thwart the fireants efforts to use me as a food source! I can cloud watch and pray and recharge my *batteries* as my body is warmed and the chi makes me feel like I am in a bath of sunshine. I only sun before 11 or after 1 in the afternoon. I have never gotten a sunburn and have kept this habit up for years.


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    This week I have been enjoying surfing old files on a computer which has been out of commission for over a year. I just recently got it back and everything was intact. Its a search and recovery/discovery for me, as well as, a flash to the past since the research projects on there are full of info I had been missing, including my first files on fasting I had collected to motivate me in that direction.


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    Well, time to go begin my throne time and to visit with my birdies who talk and need interaction and have the mentality of a 2-5 year old.


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    I hope everyone has a great day and finds time in their own day to reflect on the change that the Master Cleanse represents in potential and to consciously embrace releasing all the old *sheet* in their lives, effortlessly and easily!

    Journey ON!!

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    Blessings,
    Zoe
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    • lovely birds!   by  Germanflower     16 y     1,228
      Those birds are gorgeous, do they speak? Like 2 yr olds? That's pretty funny. I'm unable to have contact with animals much, finishing up law school and I work full time it's about all I can do and anyways I'm apartment living in the city until I'm finished. I would love to live as you do, someday, and it is an inspiration to me to see these wonderful pictures, it looks like heaven compared to my concrete jungle, haha.

      Cleanse is going well on day 7.5--I compact my spiritual experiences into the hours after 5 and sometimes at lunch, what can you do...I cannot at this time choose my preferred path, with only 1 semester to go and student loans to pay. not too many people around me are the kind of people who would even think of fasting. I'm pretty much seen as a freak of nature and no one understands why anyone would pass up a big lunch with a martini to wash it all down with. Let alone not discussing my spirituality! But, when the time is right and I can choose, I'm going to sail off into the sunset! Thanks for the perfect day!
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      • Re: lovely birds!   by  Zoebess     16 y     1,267
        They are my friends' birds, but I live with them. They can be very talkative! We have 5 and they will chatter and sing. They will say, "Zoe! Bad Bird!" if they really want to get my attention. When the phone rings, they say, "Hello"! and they mimic me perfectly which is really funny. Perfection inflection...ggg...

        I grew up in Cleveland, in a concrete jungle as you say. We would be amazed to drive to see relatives and see a cow! When I went away to college in Missouri, I just never went back to the big city where the pollution from the steel mills made it hard for me to breathe.

        I still aspire to finding my own place in the woods somewhere, but for now, being here where people do come and go in spurts, is fine and I have something to do which keeps me happy.

        About spirituality...for me, its a lot about developing compassion. For yourself first. To even think about a spiritual appetite is often something foreign to many so you are ahead of the game wanting to devote time to that kind of thinking. I find there are so many opportunities to practice my spirituality. I also do energetic healing and tell others that my best work is done in Wal-Mart, standing in the check-out line. I pray for others a lot and never underestimate the value of a well placed smile which makes a person feel that they are not alone, not just a part of a herd of humans. The child being smacked on the bottom in the grocery store needs compassion, as well, the mother, and so my intent is like a seed planted, a prayer that peace can find them.

        About the idea that others do not resonate with what you are doing, this should not really worry you. It shows that you empower yourself and that even though you might prefer their approval and support, you do not need it to do what you feel is right for you! To be supportive often means that they would have to own that they should be doing something about the state of their own health. Its not easy, but when all is said and done, you will be blessed with feeling better and you will gradually meet up with others who resonate with what you are working to accomplish. That is another reason why I like it where I am. These people are like me. They are very health oriented and we all juice together and tomorrow when my friends comes home, they will bring me Goji juice and some other tonic I have not tried before. They are very supportive of what I am doing and curious about it too.

        Congrats on 7.5! To go to school these days is a challenge in itself and then cleansing on top of that...I ADMIRE you! I wish you continuing success on all levels and when you go on your sail *someday*, you will feel so great and so confident in your faith in yourself~~~and a real Master of your Destiny...

        Here is a prayer for you. My great-aunt gave me a copy as a young girl and it has served me well all these years and still does. I hope you can resonate with it...ggg

        blessings,
        Zoe

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        • Re: lovely birds!   by  Germanflower     16 y     1,251
          How funny, I live 25 minutes south of lovely cleveland! Thank you for the inspiring words and poem, Zoe. I am learning to be more accepting of me, after having realized that, well, I'm too hard on myself and therefore too hard on others as a result which only proved to me that it's true, you manifest towards others what you think of yourself. I recently got the highest grade in a class and it was for my graduate writing paper, sort of like a thesis in LS. I expected a low grade and was very down on myself about it, convinced myself that I hadn't worked hard enough...and then came the A+ and I realized then too, something's gotta give. This fast is accelerating alot inside and I'm ok with it. Thanks.
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          • Re: lovely birds!   by  Zoebess     16 y     1,126
            How wonderful that you got an A+!!! That is awesome.

            When I had cancer I had to begin the task of releasing expectations. I found a lot of peace in that exercise, since I realized that my expectations set me up for so much disappointment. Then I began to surrender my expectations of others and found I could truly enjoy them more and my relationships became for fun and supportive and people and family also responded in a way which was more resonant.

            I am glad you are experiencing some of the effects of the fast which are easy to dismiss since they are not really spoken about much...the inner releasing work. Seems once we take away the distraction of all the energy we put into buying food, fixing food, eating food etc....we have the time and inner inspiration to reflect and use some of the newfound energy to make changes which complements the changes we are making in our diet.

            I really wish you well in this journey of discovery...

            blessings,
            Zoe

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            • Re: lovely birds!   by  cayennequeen     16 y     1,218
              so wonderfully put, zoe, the inner releasing work. if we can only get past thinking about food and craving it, there is so much we can reflect upon spiritually, we just need to get deeper, beyond the surface of the cleanse. does this make any sense? hard to express what i feel. one of the main reasons i am on this journey is for heightened spirituality.
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              • Re: lovely birds!   by  Lithia     16 y     1,264
                I followed this thread because of the subject of birds, we have a Monk Parrot, named Bee-Bop, and two dogs, and a cat. I love animals and am thrilled to see the pictures you have posted of the ones you live with. But I felt compelled to second the notion that my mother and I are doing this cleanse for spiritual enlightenment. I heard somewhere once that if you go out in nature, alone, for just 20 minutes a day and reflect on your surroundings and what you are doing with your life, that after 21 days of doing this your eyes will be opened. I intend to do this daily ritual in the sacred place that we've created. Getting back to nature seems to be the key to unlocking one's spiritual side. Afterall, we were born of the earth and it is only by returning our attention to it, admiring it, and respecting it, that we can understand and embrace the path we are meant to take. God bless us all, and may God open our eyes to the right path. Amen.

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                • Re: lovely birds!   by  Zoebess     16 y     1,156
                  Bee-bop...what a sweet birdie name...ggg. I have two cats, Miracle, and Blue. I was lonely for a cat and prayed to God saying how I missed having a cat, which is not really practical with 4 dogs and 5 birds, but lo and behold, within a week, this cat came up to my window and mewed at me. She has turned out to be a very loving and affectionate cat. I named her Miracle. Blue is more feral but loved for his mousecatching potential. I supplement his efforts with small dishes of tuna fish and lots of encouragement. We have 5 birds. Two belong to my friends, and the other 3 were Rescue Birds which bring with them their own past which is also interesting since often, they require healing on some level which builds an interesting human-birdie bond....

                  Yes, I agee with you that we need to pay attention to the spirituality God blessed us with. We have that within us, lying in neglect, often, and with watering of intent and prayer, we can watch it bloom and flower.

                  I like to look up at the stars at night and pray. Especially since wherever you are, even if there is a cloud cover, you can see stars or know they are there. In a strange way, I also find it comforting to know that over millinea, humans have looked up in wonder, and thought on their place in the universe and the order of things. I am no different. There is awe and wonder in my heart when I look up and think that we are just one planet spinning around one star and all this, spinning around God...and we seem so far apart and yet, so connected. I like to tell my friends, to look up at night and look at the stars and know I am praying for them. I will tell you now, that when you look up at night and view the stars, know that I am including you and your mother in my prayers that your quest for freedom, peace, spiritual food and release will be offered up with my other intent to the Power which feeds us all and holds us up as the apple of his eye....

                  Blessings on your fast,
                  Zoe
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              • Re: lovely birds!   by  Zoebess     16 y     1,223
                I am *sensitive* and use food to numb that *frequency*. I think it is part of the human condition...perhaps something we all are capable of, but we "deaden" ourselves to it because it is difficult to describe. My daughter is also sensitive, and I describe it as a way of processing. Just like some people can see the world in terms of music and they become musicians. Painters see the world in terms of color and texture and etheral concepts they express in different medium. We look at something painted and it *evokes* feelings in us. This is that place in me which I am trying to dust off or shine up or get out of the box I have stuck it in. We do not talk about that part of us which cries when we see someone beat, or when a baby is born, or when someone loved by us dies. But it does get toxic too in its own way, or perhaps, desensitized would be a more appropriate word.

                My first long cleanse, after the third hurricane, that part of me which could almost hear the gurgling of people dying in Katrina, and the prayers and cries of those stuck in attics and the horses drowning and all the other beings transitioning and in fear, and finally, I could only feel such despair that I could no longer fast and felt I had to shut this off. The psychic tension became so intense, I broke my fast before I had intended to. It is great to fast for 30 days and there were plenty of benefits but I did feel I had failed because the cleansing I really needed, that inner cleansing, I ran away from.

                So, I think that could be what you are trying to describe to me...that "empowered feeling", especially as a woman, (mostly cause I am one), that embraces and supports life and nurtures it. We need more of *that* energy today in this world to help solve problems, and yet, so many just sit in front of the television and numb out the voice with distractions, food being a huge one, if not the biggest.

                Perhaps that IS why major religions do encourage fasting. Growing up Catholic, we did fast and also deprived ourselves on friday to *hone* that part in ourselves which grows compassion for the human condition.

                This cleanse, is like going back and sitting next to that fire and finding peace within and finding that power to change and to accept and surrender to a higher power which is all of the things I wish to emulate and be in my life, albeit in a human way...ggg. It is mentoring ourselves so-to-speak.

                So yes, I wish you much luck in your own "dive" beneath the surface to peer into the well of your being.

                Many blessings,
                Zoe

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