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Water, Time, and The Signal that Un-Zips DNA!

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  • Gimel's Gate: Better Life with Stella
  • Time Is Not A Line
  • The Signal That Un-zips DNA

Gimel's Gate - Better Life with Stella

Some good facts about water with Stella Payton! Enjoy this post and the video on these facts.

You need water. Jesus was the spiritual solution presented to us as water. But our bodies also need water. “Everyone who drinks of this water shall thirst again: but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst: but the water that I shall give him shall become in him a well of water springing up to eternal life” (John 4:13-14 NASB).

Every function in our bodies depends upon water. Your brain is nearly 75% water. Your lungs are over 80% Water. Even our bones are 31% water. You need water for good health. Water is the transportation system for the body.

Water regulates body temperature, lubricates joints, gives moisture for saliva, eyes, mouth, and nose. keeps tissues including the eyes, mouth and nose moist.

Replace water loss from sweat, urine and especially breathing. Drinking plenty of water is important to prevent dehydration. Think 24 / 24. Drink 24 ounces from the moment you wake up before you have breakfast. Break your fast with water. Then the last 2 hours before bed drink another 24 ounces.

Drink your water and and eat your food separately. Water is best 1 - 2 hours before your meal. This helps you avoid acid reflux.

Water intake and loss normally stay in balance in healthy people. When more water is consumed than needed the kidneys eliminate the excess. If people consume too little water, they get thirsty, signaling the need for water. However, waiting until thirsty to drink water can be too long—this is especially true for elderly people, children, during illness, strenuous activity or hot weather.

Beverages provide most of the water we need but it is also in many foods. Most fruits and vegetables contain a large amount of water and foods that absorb water during cooking like dried beans, and pasta contains a significant amount. Drier foods like dehydrated fruits, breads and dried nuts provide minimal water.

The best choice for quenching thirst is water. Drinking plain tap water is easy on the budget. It has no added sugars, no calories and is low in sodium.

Commonly consumed beverages like sodas, lemonade, limeade, slushes, fruit punch and sugar-sweetened powdered drinks contain lots of added sugar and calories while providing few or no nutrients.

Tips to boost water intake include:

  1. Drink a glass of water first thing in the morning.
  2. Choose bottled water instead of sodas from vending machines.
  3. Keep a conveniently-located large mug full of water as a reminder to drink water throughout the day.
  4. Pause to get a drink when passing a water fountain.
  5. Enjoy water with meals.
  6. Add a generous squeeze of lemon, lime or orange juice and a twist of the fruit for great taste and a little vitamin C. Or add frozen berries, cucumber slices or fresh mint to ice water for a refreshing beverage.

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Time Is Not A Line

By πdPiper

 Time is not a dot on a line. It is not the line. It is not linear at all. It is a fractal dimension. A fractal curve. But what is a fractal, you may ask? It is an irregular structure of repeating patterns of similarly irregular, but progressively smaller, dimensions. Here’s an example: the Mandelbrot Set.

Mankind didn’t always think of time as a linear idea. Many ancient cultures saw time as an endless circle-a repeating cycle. As a matter of, a repeating of cycles within cycles, within cycles, etc. The idea of time being unwound over a never-ending, non-repeating line has always been a construct of the western culture.

So why did it change? The answer lies in the question: how did it change? The answer to the how is: Language. “A language is always closely connected to the culture of the people using that language. This is not only true for different languages, but for different cultures using the same language. We can never assume people from one culture will always understand a people from another culture in the same way.” (The Culture of the Hebrew Language 

Like the Hebrew culture, the Hopi Indians of North America, do not have same perspective of time as we do in the West. If you look at their language, you will find they don't use past, present and future tenses. Just two tenses exist: one for a complete action and another for an incomplete action.

For a person speaking the Hopi language, time is viewed quite different than the average western speaking person. But what happens when you require that Hopi-speaking individual to adopt a western language—like for example, in the 1800’s, when the United States government forced the Native Americans to adopt the English language? What happens, as it did for the Hopi, is that the original cultural perspectives are lost and replaced with modern western perspectives.

In this case, the idea of time being circular, or cyclical, was replaced with a linear construct, or timeline.

In short, western culture disconnected itself from ancient understandings of time by forcing a change of language, and the circular ideas and frameworks were lost to generations and generations of people, forcing them to live on a timeline because their language trapped them there.

What is more, the way back is shut, because...how can you depart from a construct of thoughts and ideas when there is no language to support an exit? Or, how can you decode a cipher when the key is missing a number? No matter how hard your efforts may be, you will never arrive at your desired end. (By the way, this is why I no longer spend much time in western translations of the bible any more.)

Time is not Linear. It is Fractal. But as long as we continue to use a linear language, we never will be able to understand the beauty of circular time and it’s fractal nature, let alone experience the freedom of the living moment, or what I call the Now.


The Signal That un-zips DNA

(Inspired commentary by Boston C! based on "Switch On Your Brain" by Dr. Caroline Leaf)

Molecules are assembled into proteins by genetic instructions in our DNA. These instructions drive the anatomy and physiology of our bodies. We control up to 90% through our thinking. Signals get the ball rolling from outside our DNA and control the gene expression. Toxic thoughts or eating unhealthy food interferes with the signal and gene expression and the protein does not form as it should. Signals are electromagnetic and chemical, and they are in every biological process.

Signals can come from inside the body too. Emotional, biochemical, mental, energy, and spiritual, including thought networks inside the brain. Signals can also come from the environment outside the body. Like the food, toxins, social network and nurturing you receive. 90 percent of genes in the DNA work with these signals from these outer and inner environments. Good to know!

Up and away.

"Live Above The Sun!"

ATSTT Team


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