WHO WAS SYDNEY BANKS
Sydney`s insights into our true nature have initiated a rethinking of the field of psychology.
The Three Principles are pointing the way to a spiritual understanding that is creating a paradigm shift in our perception of human psychological functioning, contributing greatly to mental health and healing.
Syd often marveled, “Why me?” as he hadn’t read or studied philosophy or religion and certainly knew very little about psychology. He was just an ordinary guy, struggling like the rest of us to get through life, keep his marriage and relationships on track, make a living, and be happy.
Hence he was the perfect person to become the first example of the power of his new understanding to create permanent, positive change.
Sydney Banks became a world-renowned teacher, author and guide to innovators in such fields as psychology, psychiatry, education, business and even physics.
For over forty years, he remained dedicated to relieving human suffering through the sharing of the knowledge he felt he had been privileged to encounter.
His books and recordings remain a most precious legacy.
that can be undertaken by anyone in any circumstance…
Eat a variety of whole foods
[excluding : Whole Grains,
members of the Nightshade Family, or Legumes]
Be calm when eating.
(don’t watch the news or read the paper)
Chew your food thoroughly.
Avoid processed food.
Try to eat more alkaline foods than acid foods (80/20)
It has been several years since we were introduced
to the joy of brewing our own “Booch”.
Having received a handsome “SCOBY” from a generous colleague we were hooked. It was introduced to us as being more fun than a goldfish, and far less demanding than anything four-legged. Thus began our quest to learn everything about the ancient & wonderful art of brewing Kombucha Tea.
A little web research lead us to Hannah Crum,
the one & only Kombucha Momma.
Originator of KombuchaKamp, Hannah is a wealth of information
about all things KT and does she ever make it fun!
ALKALINE FOODS – ESSENTIAL TO OUR HEALTH
Stress, shallow breathing, and a poor diet
can greatly upset the body’s pH balance.
As our body is about 20% acidic and 80% alkaline;
it is recommended that we consume
at least 80% alkaline foods and less than 20% acidic foods.