Category: Nature

7 Steps To Spinal (and Overall) Health and Alignment While Walking:

1) Breathe by expanding and contracting the ribcage, keeping the shoulders down.

2) In movement, in concerns with the spine, make it a habit to bend the body at the waist

3) Of course, use your thigh muscles to take the weight while lifting anything anything heavier than a wallet (this means bending and straightening the knees).

4) While walking, ideally keep your hips, knees, and ankles in alignment. This means one could draw a straight line from the middle of your ankles to the middle of your knee cap and to the middle of your thighs…the line is tortion-free. (If it is not — upon availability– you may consult with me to stay surgery-free, in any case, seek help for yourself…)

5) As you walk, press the middle of the heel on the ground and then roll foot forward with most of the weight landing on the big toe.

6) As you walk, keep yourself upright by breathing from the ribcage…expanding and contracting the intercostal muscles. Doing the latter will automatically “upright” the spine and body. (You can further “upright” yourself by bringing your feet together and “exaggerating” your hip swing while walking.)

7) Swing your arms, alternate feet stepping all the while. Your hands should be facing the body for proper joint movement and balance. You can improve your balance while you walk by alternating one eye open…practice walking by doing all the above steps and keeping one eye open at a time. (Your peripheral vision is used to look across the horizon and at the same time looking down at the ground in front of your feet). You may even cue yourself by saying, “Heel, big toe; Heel, big toe; Breathe from ribcage” repeatedly as you walk.

As a certified fitness consultant for over twenty years, Helen’s helped many people of all ages (and herself) be/become surgery-free and turn back the clock. She’s Kriya Yoga-initiated and has taught music and movement at community centers, museums, gyms, private gyms, and spiritual centers around the world.

The Hara: The Belly’s Inner Magic Button (VI)

“You need to wiggle your toes…” His gloved hand plucks a kitten off the floor and I approach them with a tumeric/coconut oil salve on a toothbrush. We’re on a mission to render these kittens ringworm-free.

The toothbrush lands on the kittens face and toes are wiggles; the kitten calms down in his hands.

So besides being a goldsmith, I guess I’m what a metaphysical person would label as a “medical empath”…which means I’m empathic and use that awareness to help heal others who want to be healed.

To those who haven’t read about my or other people’s writing on the hara, the hara is a location in the lower abdomen that is considered to be a “control button” for thought and therefore a gateway to longer lasting calm/enlightentment.

I’ve tested the toe-wiggling/hara connection, with many a person including my Japanese ESL students. Since the Japanese language has a consistent consonant pronunciation and our English language doesn’t (e.g. the “p” in “party” vs “phone”), they told me they felt nervous upon ordering Starbucks’ hot chocolate. The “o” in “hot chocolate” has two different pronunciations and the “a” sounds like an “i”. The baristas couldn’t understand them and they felt embarrassed not to mention, still in want for hot chocolate.

I asked the students to wiggle their toes as we discussed how the word “hot chocolate” has 4 real syllables and only 3 “truly pronounced” syllables. We broke down the syllables and recited them frontwards and backwards.

Being empathic, I felt their haras relax (I understand if this seems imperceivable, but the truth is Oneness, we aren’t our minds, we aren’t our bodies…I experienced this first-hand in my 2016 Near Death Experience)

Their pronunciations flowed.

…a palpable calm fell over our circle.

Love, Hbb

Universal Health Care Ideas

1) Bike and walking paths along all major roads…(can be subsidised by profitable automated kiosks/cashiers/vehicles…anything automated to replace human employment)…connecting towns and neighborhoods. Drinking fountains and bathroom facilities would be prudent additions for our future generations since our bodies are at least 65 percent water…



2) Tax incentives for companies to create organic plant-based multivitamins which are widely available and at no cost to the public. Moringa trees planted in public parks, moringa leaves available to all.



3) Tax incentives for companies to create organic/Roundup-free cotton-based feminine hygiene products which are widely available and at no cost to the nation’s future child-bearers.



4) Tax incentives for companies to create organic/Roundup-free cotton-based bathroom paper and paper towels (not to mention clothing, linens, etc).


5) Free bicycles and bicycle-repair education.



6) Copiers/printers with plant-based white ink and kraft/Roundup-free paper reams for offices, schools, and institutions.


7) Emissions ratings for all massed produced cleaners, detergents, cosmetics, and personal products (you can go to ewg.org). And emissions ratings for all consumable products.