FOOD FOR THOUGHT Self-Development Balancing: 1-9



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[ ] 3: 3, 12, 21, 30, 39, 48, 57, 66, 75, 84, 93

[] Fruits: apple, grape, cherry, peach, pomegranate
[] Vegetables: beet, sprouts, asparagus, parsnips, olive
[] Herbs: garlic, asafetida, fenugreek, ginger, mint

Foods: apple, cherry, grape, pomegranate, asparagus, beets, olive, parsnips

Activity: Involve yourself in storytelling, jewelry making, photography

Activity: Travel meet new people, write, crossword puzzles, swim, fly

[]apple 1,2,3,9 Inhibits fermentation in stomach. Cools, reduces fever, eases dry-hot lungs. Eliminates mucous from lungs, reduces risk of heart disease, inhibits development of certain cancers. Apples possess some penicillin like properties. Fresh apple juice or fresh apple sauce can knock out stomach flu and polio viruses. 2 thin slices of raw apples after each meal or snack decreases germs that causes tooth decay. By eating more apples cholesterol-induced gallstones can be prevented from forming. Eating grated or chopped apples without the peel checks diarrhea. Counteracts depression, apple eaters suffer far fewer stress-related illnesses. The scent of spiced apples produces a calming effect which helps to lower blood pressure. Eating fresh whole apples including the skin, 2-3 times a day protects against heart disease. It prevents the body from pumping out too much insulin, which helps bring down blood cholesterol. The juice of apples is a highly effective virus fighter. Apples help to stabilize blood sugar in controlling diabetes. Apples are also good for those who are striving to loose weight, it is an appetite suppressant without robbing nutrients from the body. Lubricates, and clears heat from the body. Helps with morning sickness. Nutrients: B-2/Riboflavin, C/Ascorbic Acid, Iodine, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Silicon, Sodium, Energy: Cool Flavor: Sweet Organs Affected: Spleen-pancreas In Season:

[]cherry 3,5 Warming tones spleen, pancreas, liver, kidneys. Treats involuntary seminal emission. Removes excess body acids and blood stagnation. Moves blood in lower half of the body, expelling cold and wind, and dampness. Good for heart, spleen. Therapeutic for gout, paralysis, numbness, paralysis, and rheumatic pain, arthritis, and frostbite. Nutrients: A, B-2/Riboflavin, Iron, Phosphorous, Potassium, Calcium. Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:

[]grape 3,7 Grapes are known as one of the 3 royal fruits: grapes, fresh dates, and figs. Treats menopausal heat symptoms, dry coughs. Builds blood, body fluids and cleanses glands. Treats urination & edema. Helps cleanse the blood and aids the elimination of mucous forming food residue. Grape juice is good for liver malfunctions, including jaundice & hepatitis. Good for lungs, strengthens internal organs. The high mineral content of boron in grapes helps to wards off osteoporosis. Grapes stop viruses, and researchers believe it heads off cancer. Polyphenols and tannins are ingredients in grapes that are antiviral and antitumor agents. Tannins quickly circulate through the blood. Grape juice also kills bacteria and restricts tooth decay. Tannin is absorbed directly into the intestinal tract. Grapes are especially potent against the viruses that cause polio and herpes simplex. Nutrients: A/Beta Carotene, B-2/Riboflavin, C/Ascorbic Acid, P/Bioflavonoids, Iron, Potassium, Silicon, Energy: Neutral, (Warm?) Flavor: Sweet, sour Organs Affected: Lungs, spleen, kidneys (stomach) In Season: Red grapes: Strengthens bones and tendons, harmonizes stomach, and promotes urination. relieves anger and irritability. Excessive eating of grapes causes headaches and weight gain.. Good for lungs, spleen, kidneys In Season:

[]peach 3 Peach leaf tea is good for morning sickness. Relieves digestive problems and constipation. Helps to relieve bladder inflammation. Helps body fluids in cases of dry coughs. Good for blood circulation, removes stagnation. Peaches expel cold. Peach tea (leaves, bark) is good for chronic bronchitis, coughs, gastritis. Cleanses the kidneys, aids in elimination. Lubricates intestines in cases of constipation. Good for excessive perspiration, indigestion and hernia pain. Purges intestinal worms. Good for the spleen. Nutrients: Chlorine, Magnesium, (A, C, Calcium?). Energy: Warm Flavor: Sour, Sweet Organs Affected: Spleen In Season: . . . . . .

[]pomegranate 3 Eases digestive problems including tape worm. Large doses of the rind can cause cramps & vomiting. It helps one to work with the emotions more easily. Emotions are better understood, how they work together, & how they work with each other. Understanding how one feeling allows for greater peacefulness, while another feeling is difficult. There energies become more coordinated instead f seeming to fight each other. The strength in being on the Earth and learning the lessons of a difficult emotional world is to focus energy over and over in the heart center. Then these energies can be utilized appropriately. Pomegranate focuses and concentrates energy in the heart as the emotions are dealt with. Those involved in therapies where screaming and anger are expressed and pain is released, may be aided by occasionally using this fruit. As the emotions are brought together, there is a strengthening of the physical body. This enhances the individual’s ability to manifest bodily changes much more easily. Pomegranates helps one to let go of being a child, to take charge of his or her life, to crate mature adult relationships. It allows for dealing with many emotions, primarily fear, pain, and sadness relating to the childhood experiences not fully acknowledged. As these emotions are released and their energies combined, there is assistance when using pomegranate. As a result of this, cleansing energy is released. Nutrients: Copper, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected:


[]asparagus 3 Strengthens female hormones. Relieves menstrual pain. Promotes fertility, eases the pain of labor, increases lactation. Reduces swelling, phlegm, eases constipation, soothes internal membranes, treats kidney problems, wasting heat disease, diabetes, & TB. Opens obstruction to kidneys, however do not use when kidneys are inflamed. Helps prevent small blood vessels from rupturing. Increases semen. Abates back pain. Useful for gout, rheumatism, edema, heart failure. Nutrients: A, B-2/Riboflavin, B-3/Niacin, Folic Acid, Iodine, Iron, Silicon, Sodium, Sulfur. Energy: Cool Flavor: Sweet Organs Affected: Lungs, kidneys In Season:

[]beet 3 Blood tonic, good for anemia, heart, promotes circulation. Purifies blood, aids liver promotes menstruation. When eating beets notice if: Pink urine indicates an Iron deficiency, Magenta stool indicates adequate iron. Avoid beets if high blood pressure. Good for spleen. Nutrients: B-6/Pyridoxine, C/Ascorbic Acid, Chlorine, Chromium, Copper, Iodine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Silicon, Sodium, Energy: Neutral Flavor: Sweet Organs Affected: Spleen, stomach, large intestine In Season:

[]olive 3 Extra virgin olive oil lowers bad cholesterol. It smoothes digestive functioning. It has a strong cleansing effect on the liver. Olive oil stimulates bile secretion and provokes contraction of the gallbladder, reducing the risk of gallstones. It aids liver regrowth and bile production in the gallbladder. Slows down body functions and processes. 2/3 of a tablespoon daily of olive oil lowered blood pressure in men. Olives help in conditions of alcoholism. Moistens and clears lungs. Useful in conditions of sore throat, coughing blood. Olive oil reduces gastric acidity. It protects against ulcers and aids the passage of foods through the intestines helping to prevent constipation. Olive oil is also known to retard cancer growth. It strengthens cell membranes making them more stable and better able to resist the invasion of the “free radicals” that cause damage to the body. Olive oil is rich in antioxidants. Antioxidants help human cells to fight off cancer. It fortifies the cells reducing the normal wear and tear of aging on the tissues and organs of the body and the brain. Slowing down the deterioration that accompanies the aging process helps the cells to be healthier and live longer. There are olive tress that are 3,000 years old and older. Olive has a temporary tranquilizing effect. It helps enhance the ability to focus energy into a specific meditation. There is an enhanced use of acupuncture with the use of olives. Olive oil is very beneficial in massage as energy is being focused by one individual into another. In ancient Kemet, olive oil was often used in ceremonies that brought minds together from a variety of beliefs and values. Olive merges energies creating a deep unconscious peace. Olive has long been the symbol for peace and for unity. A slow moving person with blocked or stuck energy patterns or one who has a tendency for cysts and tumors, might use olives less frequently. Olives gives a greater sense of one’s purpose, allowing one to concentrate with greater energy to accomplish a task. In Spain doctors give their heart surgery patients 5 tablespoons of olive oil per day as part of their recovery process. “Within six months, patients in one study showed so much improvement that they were deemed less susceptible to future heart attacks and strokes than patients who had not had the oil” “Healing Foods From The Bible” By Bernard Ward Vitamin E is found in Olive oil and in human breast milk. Vitamin E aids normal bone growth and is suitable for pregnant and nursing mothers, it encourages the development of the infants nervous system before and after birth. Good for lungs, stomach. Nutrients: Olive Oil: E/Tocopherol, F/Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Energy: Neutral Flavor: Sweet sour Organs Affected: Lungs, stomach In Season:

[]parsnips 3,5 Internal cleansing agent. Gets rid of some stones in the kidney and bladder. Strengthens those who have hypoglycemia or who are recovering from illness. Sulfur, Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:

[]sprouts 3 Cooling, detoxifies the body especially the liver. Use in moderation. Avoid mung bean sprouts if candida or other yeast-type infections are present. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, B-1/Thiamine, B-2/Riboflavin, B-3/Niacin, B-5/Pantothenic Acid, B-6/Pyriodoxine, B-12/Cyanocobalamin, B-15/Pangamic Acid, B-17/Amygdalin, C/Ascorbic Acid, E/Tocopherol, Calcium, Iron, Mangesium, Phosphorous, Potassium, Silicon, Sodium, Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season: Alfalfa Sprouts: Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, B-w/Thiamine, B-2 Ribovlavin, B-3/Niacin, B-5/Pantothenic Acid, B-6/Pyriodoxine, B-12/Cyanocobalamin, Biotin, Folic Acid, Inositol, C/Asorbic Acid, D/Calciferol, E/Tocopherol, K/Phylloquinone, T, Calcium, Chlorine, Copper, Fluorine, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorous, Silicon, Sodium, Sulfur, Zinc, Trace Minerals In Season: . .


[]asafetida 3 Strengthens and cleanses liver and gastrointestinal tract. Aids digestion, helps relieve flatulence, constipation, bronchitis and intestinal worms. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: In Season:

[]garlic 1,3,9 Recorded to have given strength to the pyramid builders. When plagues ravaged Europe people ate garlic daily as a protection against diseases. Treats nervous problems. Headaches, spasms, cramps, mild seizures. Garlic is detoxifying to the blood and lymphatic systems. Treats upper respiratory tract infections such as bronchitis, colds, & influenza, and asthma. Garlic reduces swelling and relieves pain. Good for high or low blood pressure. Garlic fights hypertension, prevents embolism or blood clots and lowers bad cholesterol. ½ clove boots the body’s natural protection against blood clots, which is the cause of heart attacks and 2 garlic cloves a day lower cholesterol levels in heart patients. Garlic has the ability to change body chemistry and to assist in fat absorption. It increases body heat, lowers fever, eliminates toxins. It is a decongestant, and an expectorant in the treatment of colds and bronchitis. It wards off olds pneumonia, whopping cough, and a wide array of intestinal disorders. It slows the growth of human cytomegalo virus, a virus often seen in heart patients. Chinese doctors say that garlic boosts the body’s natural immunity. AIDS patients who ate at least 1 clove garlic a day for 3 months significantly improved their immune functions. Garlic has a positive effect in prevention of cancer and improves diabetic management. In some cases chronic herpes sores were eradicated, in others cancer cells were destroyed. Garlic lowers rates of stomach cancer. Japanese studies suggest that garlic might be an effective weapon against a form of breast cancer. Garlic blocks the formation of carcinogens that lead to colon cancer. Garlic helps to slow down the aging process. Eases fears. Helping one to know death with less fear in order to understand life, it increases ones appreciation for life. It also is helpful for those who are in the transition, helping them to become more relaxed and acquainted with the dimension moving from passing from one place to another recognizing the potentials. Garlic helps one to understand negative thought forms, to see their purpose and thus to change their vibration so the thoughts are transcended. Not recommended for menopausal hot flashes. Excessive garlic damages stomach and liver. Mildly stimulates uterus – use with moderation during pregnancy. Excessive garlic damages stomach and liver. Mildly stimulates uterus – use with moderation during pregnancy. “However, excessive eating of garlic can also cause headache, damage the brain, weaken the vision, weaken sexual desire, dry up semen, arouse thirst, precipitate discharge of yellow bile, and generate bad breath…” Medicine of The Prophet. Antibacterial, antifungal. Nutrients: A/Beta-Carotene, A, B-1/Thiamine, B-2/Riboflavin, B-3/Niacin, B- 17/Amygdalin, C/Ascorbic Acid, F/Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Chromium, Cobalt, Fluorine, Iodine, Magnesium, Phosophorus, Selenium, Sodium, Sulfur, Zinc Energy: Warm Flavor: Pungent Organs Affected: Lungs, stomach, spleen In Season:

[]ginger 1,3 In ancient India it was known by the name shringara. Europeans obtained gingerroot in trade from the Arabs. Today the best ginger is said to come from Jamaica. In China warm ginger tea is made by boiling pieces of fresh ginger-root in water. This was used for colds, coughs, flu, fevers, and hangovers. Chinese value for its power to strengthen the lungs and kidneys. In Tibet ginger is used to stimulate one’s vital energies during times of convalescing or from lethargy. Ginger is warming it stimulates digestion, boosts circulation, respiration, and nervous system functions. Ginger cleanses the colon. Destroys parasites, helps systematic cleansing through skin, bowels, and kidneys. Normalizes blood pressure. Relieves morning sickness, motion sickness, and nausea from chemotherapy. Helps to reduce spasms and cramps. Alleviates menstrual discomfort. Ginger tea is good for suppressed menstruation and scanty urine. A ginger compress relieves kidney problems, menstrual cramps, gout, arthritis, headaches and spinal pain. Good for hot flashes. A warm ginger footbath invigorates the whole body. Candied ginger root is a favorite treat for children. Nutrients: B-3/Niacin, B-5/Pantothenic Acid, B-9, F/Unsaturated Fatty Acids, Inositol, K/Phylloquinone, Energy: Hot Flavor: Pungent Organs Affected: Lungs, stomach, spleen In Season:

[]mint 3 Helps disperse viruses or bacteria. Promotes circulation of energy, blood, and lymph. Helps in cases of mastitits, painful menstruation, and hives. Relieves spasms, increases perspiration, tones digestive system. Mint tea served after meals helps with digestion. Mints are anti-spasmodic. They help to soothe the muscles of the digestive tract and the uterus. If painful menstruation is due to cold blockages, mint is not recommended. Refreshing in cold drinks and teas. Nutrients: Energy: Flavor: Organs Affected: Spearmint: Commonly used for infants for feverish childhood illnesses, hiccups, indigestion, and flatulence. Spearmint with horehound or elder flowers is useful for breaking fevers in children. Widely used in cooking and to enhance beverages such as punches and iced teas. Nutrients: Cobalt, Manganese, Peppermint: Not recommended for infants. A stomach tonic, it aids digestion and eases nervousness. Peppermint can be taken as a tea or added to foods as a treatment for menstrual cramps & motion sickness. Peppermint is also useful for colds, flu, headaches, heartburn, fever, chills, rheumatism, heart trouble, convulsions, spasm, and insomnia. Peppermint’s menthol is added to many medications for it’s therapeutic effects, particularly to ease the discomfort of gas. Peppermint may be good for nausea, it may also stimulate menstruation. Use peppermint for persons whose body temperature is either too high or too low. Overindulgence in peppermint decreases it’s ability to cleanse. Use only 1-2 cups once a week when utilizing it’s spiritual properties. Taking peppermint in moderation allows for a more increased movement and attunement with the soul’s balanced flow of energy. Peppermint eases fears that involve movements such as that of flying, driving a car, or skiing. It increases one’s ability to get beyond oneself to listen clearly to another person’s problems and to be more of help in areas of counseling by tapping into answers instantly. A stomach tonic that aids digestion and eases nervousness. It is important to use this herb in appropriate small quantities. Drink as a tea, 1-2 cups once a week. Peppermint helps with the ability to go beyond oneself to help in areas of counseling, to listen to another person’s problem and to get instantaneous answers. When doing polarity energy work peppermint is beneficial at the end of the healing session. During Mercury retrograde individuals who suffer emotionally and have a great difficulties in their lives will be aided by using peppermint. It eases fears with those involved in activities that call for motion: Driving a car, flying, or skiing. Nutrients: Vitamin C, Choline, Caution: May interfere with Iron absorption Caution: Peppermint is to be avoided in pregnant women especially if there is a history of miscarriages. Do not use to treat morning sickness. In Season:




[_] 3: Motivator 12, 21, 30, 39, 48, 57, 66, 75, 84, 93

      • Stress relief: Ease tension/feeling strain nerves, Neuromuscular. Jewelry, music, paint, storytelling, travel, photography.
      • Manage Anger: Practice relaxation skills. Breathe, write in journal,


[]-Basil: Sharpens the senses & concentration, treats fears, sadness, weak nerves, mental fatigue.

[]+Grapefruit: Provides a renewed zest for life, helps with self-doubts, increases circulation.

[]+Lemon: Supports memory, helps the humorless & indecisive, relaxes & stimulates

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Color therapy:

Yellow encourages laughter, releases toxins, & heals depression. Good for mental depression. Over-stimulated: Critical, hasty, cynical, superficial, failing to complete projects, scattering energy, lying, highly erratic, workaholic, overly demanding, living in the imagination. Under-stimulated: Whining, criticizing, gossiping, lack of confidence, feeling a loss of control over life, despair, depression, lack of open communication, feelings of limitations, feeling threatened by other's criticism, not living up to one's own expectations. Good for: Mental depression, food allergies, constipation, diabetes, dyspepsia, flatulence, heart palpitations, rheumatism, anorexia nervosa. Ailments: Ulcers, diabetes, hypoglycemia, hepatitis, arthritis Addictions:Food, caffeine, bread, compulsive cleaning. Caution: Avoid when liver/gall bladder disorders.

[] Limit: fats, hot spicy foods, overstrained nerves
[] Sensitive to: strained nerves, skin problems, sciatica, kidneys
[] Associated with: the liver, the nervous system, disposition of fats
[] Essential Oil:  cardamon, cumin, basil, ginger, lemon, marjoram, nutmeg, peppermint, vanilla,  


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 3 Express imaginative ideas in a constructive manner 

  • [] 12: Waiting period, change of views, submission: Meditate, address self-imposed miseries. See errors in thinking. Flow with the forces.
  • [] 21: Travel, change, rewards, success, new worlds, marriages: Carry out plans. Negativity will cause loss of emotional control.
  • [] 30: Work completed, celebration, romance, a happy home: Creativity enhanced. Practice mind-stimulating arts to improve communication
  • [] 39: Love, propositions, vacations.
  • [] 48: Success, success abandoned, travel: Dissipating your energy could result in instability. Use your material gains to help those who suffer
  • [] 57: Separation, delay, expression, growth: Maintain a logical approach to emotional situations. Detach yourself, find the humor, be creative.
  • [] 66: Friends, inheritance, education, money, promotion, courts, travel: A feeling of financial security. Create a successful business.
  • [] 75:Money, travel, patience, hard work: The lesson of practicality, & steady application of energy towards a positive goal..


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  • [__/__] 4 Power    22nd- 28th: [__/_]                 [_]

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  • [_] 3: VISIONARY 12,21,30,39,48,57,66,75,84,93  
  • Study About:                                             Psychology, language arts, creative writing, photography, animals
  • Check Career Opportunities:                  artisan, artist, athletic coach, children’s writer, copywriter, cosmetician,  dietician, director, engineer, entertainer,  judge, lawyer, magician, musician, nurse, pastor, performer, philosopher, photographer, physician, playground director, priest, racer, salesperson of cosmetics or art supplies, scout, screenwriter, travel agent, vocational school teacher, writer
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:           Creative, Confident, Friendly, Popular, Joy, Self-Expression, Passionate.  
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Scattered, Bored, Vain,  Dictator,  Fickle, Jealousy, Hypocrisy, Wastefulness, Intolerance, Promiscuous
  • How To Handle Challenges:                     Never discourage this child, instead, help give them the confidence they will need to make it in this world. Teach this child to avoid being proud. Give this child plenty of attention. Show them often that they are appreciated. This child needs a great deal of warmth and love.


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