Long time since I blogged about my tibetan doc..
I had my second visit back in november. Again a nice meeting with the Amcha. My urine was checked again and considered improved.
My energy level has much improved since my first visit. My bp was a bit on the high side... perhaps too much energy flooding in my veins?? The amcha gave me a variety of herbal teas to lower my bp, named Trak-Shey Tea. Another herbal tea Tobmeen Chudue Gyatso being a health tonic and Gaay-Pa-Sowae-Chulen, an elixir of Rejuvenation.
BP has gone down to normal these past few months. I know my bp goes up and down very quickly..
Last July/August some 5 polyps were removed from my uterus. The results were that the tissue had ATP but was not complex.. So immediate action was not necessary. I am expected back in the office of my gynaecologist at the end of january to see if further action must be undertaken...
I have been taking Helix Plus since then, as Peter told me to do...
What more can I do, besides adhering to my A-Teacher diet to keep my body healthy? I try to take life as it comes to me. I keep my mind sane by keeping a positive outlook in the world.. I try to accept people the way they are, by not judging them.. Live and let live is my motto and offer my help advice when people ask for it.. Most of the times I sense when something is wrong with people I meet.. I have learnt in these past years that to keep an open, tolerant mind and attitude towards others is crucial for good relationships. When positive energy flows between me and the people I meet, I feel happy..
The art of life is what Khalil Gibran told us: Life is a balance, a scale.
When you talk with happiness at your kitchentable, unhappiness sleeps in your bed.
The art of life is to accept and embrace the unhappiness in it and grant it a place in your existence. The moment you accept it, integrate it, it is turned and gives you another perspective to all things that matter to you. That is my experience dealing with my life in these past years.
Happiness is a choice you make! I am convinced of that. I wanted to be happy and made some huge changes in my personal life. The steps to be made horrified and paralized me for years.. With the help of a very dear friend I made them. One door shut and after french windows were opened..
How many people keep hanging in an unhappy relationship?? Too many I think. Everybody has the birthright to be happy. So choose for it!
This story has a happy ending!! Oh yes! I got married yesterday! My friend Hans and I made solems vows to eachother. We were married just by ourselves.. No one present.
Our adult kids (Hans and I have each 3 adult sons and daughters) still do not wish to contact us.. A wish we both respect without judging them. Our exes are still dealing with the past.. I hope some day in the future our kids will grant us a place in their lives. A decision they must make themselves. I cannot, may not, claim, force anything..
They all know the door of our house will be open to them always..
So happiness and grief live next to eachother, balancing eachother, giving life its depth we need to become the persons we want to be..
Cocky, married for the first time in her life!
My life started in Maarssen, small authentic Dutch village on the river Vecht, province of Utrecht, in the center of the Netherlands back in 1953. Youngest of 4 children, 2 sisters, 1 brother.
Had one year extra kindergarten because when my 1-year-older-sis went to school, I cried and screamed so much my mom decided to ask permission to let me go as well. Permission was granted! One year later I guided my 'contempories' through their first year. Finished schools with normal speed with a crush for languages, literature and poetry.
Became a secretary at the age of 20 in a pharmaceutical firm. Later I joined a waste-disposal company as executive secretary. For 21 years I worked for the Dutch Federation of Parents Associations for people with a mental handicap. During these years I have learnt to be patient and listen to parents with kids, and their special problems!
In 1999 my restless nature needed another challenge. I found it in food and micronutrition. Bought Peter’s first book in Dutch, reading and 'recognizing' my way of life and joined the Bulletin Board in October 1999. Finished my course on Micronutrition in May 2001.
Met Peter in February 2001 during his Author book tour in Essen, Germany. He invited me to visit his clinic in September 2001. January 2002 I started working for the European importer of NAP Products Stacktheme Ltd., and NAP, with office in Maarssen, Holland. Inquiries from all over the world entered my office through the internet!
In 2003 I was certified as a Fellow of the Institute for Human Individuality (IfHI) under Dr. D'Adamo. In 2005 I took and passed the IfHI Masters Certification.
Since then my life became a rollercoaster..
My personal life changed dramatically in 2005 and in 2006 my employment for Stacktheme Ltd. ended and I had to find another secretarial job next to my parttime practice in Maarssen.
Change became my keyword in life! I experienced that going with the flow was 'highly beneficial' for me.
Since april 2007 when the Dutch Genotype Diet (Leven volgens de Genen) was launched in Holland, I dug into my Teacher's diet and found that (cowmilk) dairy is no diamond food for me. So I combine BTD and GTD as long my body likes it. Here is my website
So there is a lot going on and I blog about all those things that-matter-to-me and hope to share with you, readership and fellowbloggers.
Hope to hear from you!
Cocky, Teacher, type A