TV SHOW MILLER CHAT W/Wendy Love Edge & Ari Charbonneau

http://vp.telvue.com/player?id=T01028&video=243087&mini=true

Please watch this episode of Miller Chat with Ari Charbonneau from Ariband and Wendy Love Edge.

It is about the relationship between music and health.

Take back your health America!
Peace,
Wendy Love Edge

Podcast: Bulldozer Health Show Episode 18 W/Susan Wiseheart

Dear Listeners,

This episode is very special to me!  Well, all of the episodes are special…

That said,  this land that you are going to hear about in Missouri, the Lesbian Land Trust,  is such an unspoiled and beautiful place. I had the pleasure of sharing ideas with my friend Susan Wiseheart about this place in this episode of The Bulldozer Health Show, and I think you will be very interested to hear about it.

We all need to be aware of the quality of the air we are breathing, the water we are drinking, how much space we have, and our connection with nature.  I was honored to spend some time here again this past Spring, with the amazing Oxygen Edge. We created this podcast soon after. Please listen, share and consider the points that we raise and how you might implement positive changes of this nature in your own lives.

Here is the link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2FCSFS692t4ZS1FSy1nSXJ1ZWc/view?usp=sharing

Thanks for listening.

Take back your health America!

Peace,

Wendy Love Edge

Photo credit for picture #3 and #5 Angela Oxygen Edge

The Bulldozer Health Show is Produced by Angela Oxygen Edge. You can reach her at http://www.yourtruthsetfree.com or on Twitter: @Oxygenedge

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Free Yourself from Pain and Tension

Empowerment in one’s own health and one’s health choices is a process.

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In fact, it starts with making a decision to change your mind to the positive, and then proceeds to becoming mindful of everything that you do, everything you say and think about yourself, everything that you eat, how much rest you give yourself, how much you move your body, and so on. It can be overwhelming at times. The truth is though, once you have awakened this part of you, it is nearly impossible to shut it off. It is a complete lifestyle change where you are in charge and in the drivers seat of your health. This, while as I said can be overwhelming, also feels very, very good. It lifts you up to a higher state of being.
I have been thinking a lot about this lately. I realized too, that with the changing my mind and deciding I could be healthy and well, also came this immense self-love. This may be an ingredient that has to start with a seed and grow slowly as one becomes empowered in all of their life choices and health choices. It is however, an ingredient that is necessary. Because the desire to make changes, live well, and become a healthy individual is a journey. This journey takes perseverance and patience and one has to know that they are worth it to continue. I know you are worth it. If you are reading this, you are wanting to be free of pain and tension and you are wanting better for yourself. That may just be the seed that you need of your own self-love to the start of your journey. Or maybe you have just hit a stumbling block, and needed a little pep talk. Well here ya go:
You are capable of growth and positive change. Your body, under the right conditions, will heal itself, and you in all of your power can free yourself from pain and tension too. You are complete, beautiful, perfect, and whole just as you are. Let go of the pain and tension, and free yourself!

Peace,
Wendy Love Edge
Take back your health America!

Try this meditation:

Bulldozer Health Show: Episode #6

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With Guest: Allee Anabal Walker an Eden Energy Practitioner and Registered Nurse

bulldozerhealth.x10host.com/podcast/6.mp3

The Bulldozer Health Show is now produced by Oxygen Edge
you can reach Oxygen on Twitter: @oxygenedge
Music: Bulldozer Instrumental by Oxygen Edge

End Cannabis Prohibition State by State

We are all in charge of ourselves.  We make our own choices, we walk our own path.  That said, sometimes, the laws of the land preclude us from taking care of ourselves.  Cannabis laws in many states do not allow us to take care of ourselves, because the laws they have in place keep us from this very powerful medicinal plant.

I live in MA and when I am in my home state,  I am a legal cannabis user.  I cook it into my food three times a day, and smoke it on the average two times a day.  I obtain cannabis from my legal caregiver, and it is marked for THC and CBD content.  I know exactly what I am using, and what works for the different ailments that I have. The price of it is far less than what is charged in non-legal states

I recently traveled to Arkansas, where cannabis is illegal.   Yes, I recently learned, that  Arkansas has some of the most prohibitive and confining marijuana laws in the nation.  In fact, the Government in Arkansas has not budged about making any change its laws regarding cannabis use.  In fact, according to  the Marijuana Policy Project:  “Possessing under four ounces of marijuana is a misdemeanor carrying up to one year in jail and a fine of up to $2,500. Possessing an ounce of marijuana or more by those who have twice been convicted of possession is a felony punishable by up to six years in prison and a fine of up to $6,000”.   Many other states are moving toward legalization, and there are a number of people working on this in Arkansas as well.  The Arkansas Medical Cannabis Act folks in that state work diligently every day to bring forward legal medical marijuana.  But the state has just not moved forward, at least not yet.

I am very pleased to see that legalization is occurring in a number of states.  That said, I have been asking myself  some burning questions more recently.   What if anyone could grow their own cannabis?  With all of the positive effects on the body that cannabis provides, who wouldn’t benefit from it?   Will making it legal for medicinal purposes allow everyone who could benefit from it to have access to it?  These questions arose after the Heart and Soul radio show I did in RI,  with RI Governor candidate, Anne Armstrong.   When she explained the history of hemp and cannabis in this country, and why prohibition started, it deeply effected me.  Then, Ms. Armstrong filed a law suit against her state of RI to end prohibition of cannabis.  She opened my eyes even further with this.  I  began to wonder, is it really legalization that I want, or is it the lifting of prohibition?

If we lift prohibition of cannabis, many of the issues surrounding it will simply go away.  Illegal cannabis users who are otherwise law-abiding citizens, will become law-abiding citizens again.  The crime that surrounds it will disappear. The price and quality can be regulated just like with alcohol.   It is my hope that people will be able to grow their own cannabis like in the legal states presently. But if they choose not to grow, and it is legal to obtain, they can obtain their cannabis knowing exactly what they are getting. They can do this with confidence and safety.

I began to really think deeply about this.  If Ms. Armstrong can file against her state, can’t we all? I believe that the lifting of  prohibition has to be state by state.  The reason, is that at the present time, I do not see the Federal Government lifting prohibition.  I am not suggesting giving up on that by any means. But we must start and be diligent about it state by state to begin to affect change.  That is how we have been able to make headway with legalization. And if the Federal government were to repeal prohibition, it would still be up to the states to decide how to regulate it.  We may as well start at the state level where it is going to end up anyway.

We all want to be fully in charge of ourselves and our choices.  This is no different.  Tell your state to repeal cannabis prohibition.  All of our voices and actions together can create change.

Peace,

Wendy Love Edge

http://www.bulldozerhealth.com