Chakra balancing. You can very easily andeffectively balance your chakras with this very simple technique. You can cup your handsover the loion of each of your major chakras, starting with your root chakra and thinkingof itits primary color of red. Then you see the chakra spinning open clockwise downinto the earth. Then you go to your second chakra which is orange as its primary color,the sacral chakra and you imagine it spinning open clockwise as wellits beautiful orangecolor. Then you move to your third chakra, your solar plexus chakra and its primary coloris yellow. Once again, visualize that chakra spinning open and clockwise. Then you go toyour heart chakra, the fourth chakra which
is both green and pink; green for healing,pink for love and you visualize that chakra spinning nice and opening clockwise with thosetwo primary colors of green and pink. Then you have your throat chakra, the fifth chakra;spinning nice and open and clockwiseits primary color of blue. So blue for the fifthchakra for your throat. Then you have your third eye chakra. You want to see it spinningnice and opening clockwiseits primary color of indigo and violet. Beautiful indigo,violet colors spinning nice and open and clockwise. Then your seventh chakra is your crown chakra.And you want to visualize that chakraits primary color of white, maybe with a littlebit of gold spinning nice and open above your
head. If you feel like you need to clear yourchakras, you can spread your fingers open and rake them through your, each of your chakrasin a counter clockwise motion for eleven times. When you're finished with that, then you canflick the energy, the unwelcome energy, down into the earth with a little breath, quot;hoohquot;,transmute that energy into love energy via the earth energies. Then take your hand backand spin your chakraits proper clockwise motion seeing itits particular primarycolor. This way you can keep your chakra system healthy, it will be metabolizing those energiesfor your highest good at all times.
Puerto Rico eam Economic Revitalization Farm and Startup Careers Lodging and Tours
A wide variety of possibilities exist forPuerto Rico that 500 years of Spanish domination has yet to uncover. Puerto Rico is like alake of oil, black gold, just under the surface. First we must see it and understand its possibilities,then harvest it. Government can do its job by recognizing the potential, making a plan,then making it possible for the Puerto Rican citizen to do what cannot be done alone, buttogether, as a unit can be done. As a government of people we can enable, encourage and supportthe private citizen with a vision of eams
that are possible. If there is ever a time when food shortagesoccur, there will be no greater insurance policy for Puerto Rico than to be potentiallyself supporting by the development of farming. As a species we love to til the soil and watchthings grow. Almost anyone can do it but heshe needs mechanized equipment, land, and aboveall, adequate farming knowledge. Providing mechanical equipment for huneds,even thousands of potential farmers will more than overstress government and its budget.However, government owned equipment, or the government contracting equipment and operators,can make shared farming operating equipment
within reach of everyone who wants to makefarming their career choice. Corporate and privately owned land can bemade part of the newly established PUERTO RICO FARMING ALLIANCE. Tax incentives, orsimply the ability to help society are good incentives to have land made available forprivate alliance farming. The Government of Puerto Rico has under utilized land lieinfurlowed under its control that can also help make this vision a possibility. Land is temporarilydivided into different size farming lots. Small lots of 100 sq meters for some farmersto multiacre land for fruit tree farmers. Flat land makes good land for cultivation(turning the soil) while heavy rock and mountainous
land can become fruit tree farms. A PuertoRican citizen makes a request for farmland and proposes crops heshe may like to cultivate.The appropriate size land within close commuting distance is offered to this citizen. If theland needs cultivation, plowing or discing is made available by government or privatelyowned equipment operators. Employees of Puerto Rico, or volunteers, provideinformation to the alliance farmer about crop and soil management. The concept is to provideassistance where accepted. There are no demands or threats of fines. The FIELD PROFESSOR isthe friend of the farmer, not the leader or manager. The farmer is free to use hisherown judgement for the outcome of the crop
and harvest. There will also be cases whenthe Field Professor learns from the farmer. The alliance farmer now has land, cultivatedif necessary, available instructions, and ready for immediate farming. The farmer mustprovide hand tools and seeds or seedlings. Hisher obligations are to plant, keep cropfree of weeds, watering (if possible), maintaining the land by providing natural fertilizer (ifpossible) and harvesting and preparing crops for delivery to the ALLIANCE HARVEST CENTER.All funds paid to the alliance farmer from the harvest center belongs to the farmer topay any outstanding debts used to finance the business and to support the farmer s family.
These are wide open areas with governmentpaid or contracted land management. Farm collectives provide available farming labor and skillsto hourly wage workers. Workers clean, clear, plant, weed, and harvest different area farmswhere directed by management. Then prepare and transport crops to the ALLIANCE HARVESTCENTER. Collective farms are intended to provide employment for the majority of able bodiedcitizens who want to work but are uncomfortable with business management. Today one of the greatest expense of timefor farmers is discovering ways to make produce available for sale. The ALLIANCE HARVEST CENTERis a warehouse of produce grown by alliance