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Introduction to Vedic astrology

»Posted by on Oct 20, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Vedic astrology is the most prevalent style of astrology that has been practiced in the Indian subcontinent for thousands of years. It is just as popular today, as it was for thousands of years and people routinely consult astrologers for advice on all sorts of matters – including but not limited to Marriage, Financial investments, Health matters etc. Vedic astrology has four main constituents – signs, houses, planets and planetary period. There are seven planets (Sun, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Venus) and 2 virtual planets (Rahu and Ketu) and twelve houses containing astrological signs – Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces. Permutations and combinations of all these aspects can...

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Nutrition Myths Busted

»Posted by on Oct 9, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

1. Eating fat will make you fat – FALSE. The body needs a certain amount of fat to survive.  Fat makes our cells, protects our organs, reduces inflammation and store toxins in the body that could otherwise cause harm.  Eating too much fat, or too much of anything will cause us to become fat – but just consuming fat alone does not make us fat.   2. Organic food is better than conventional food – TRUE. True organic food is grown on better soil with no pesticides.  It contains higher nutrition values and less chemicals.  The crops are allowed to grow on nutrient rich soil and are crop rotated.  Different plants have different nutrient requirements. For instance corn and tomatoes quickly deplete soil nitrogen and...

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From Heart troubles to “no longer rattled by any event”

»Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Published in Tone Magazine – September 2012   by Aryev Bhardwejj (Anshev) … a story of a mature student who suffered from extreme anxiety, and reduced it in only one session of Revital Point Health Solutions Winner ProgramTM   When D. B. came to Revital Point Health Solutions, he suffered from extreme anxiety, and heart palpitations. He was a mature law student, so this anxiety was deeply affecting his studies. He was not able to concentrate as well as he would have liked, and was worried this would affect his grades. With a major exam coming up, he came to have his first session with Aryev – our most advanced Winner ProgramTM coach. After working through and releasing many of his negative emotions, D. B. reduced his anxiety in his...

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Alkalize your diet – the biggest bang for your buck!

»Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

      If there’s only one thing you do to change your diet, the biggest and best thing is to alkalize it. Our body must maintain an optimal pH level. This is the amount of acidity versus alkalinity in your body. If your body is alkaline, there are few diseases which can survive. It will give you the best chance at health. If you maintain an alkaline diet, you will have better energy levels, you’ll be more resilient towards stress, you’ll sleep better and will all-around feel better. So what does this mean? Well certain foods are alkalizing and certain are acidic. Alkalizing foods include fruits, vegetables, almonds, and goat’s milk. Acidic foods include – meat, eggs, fish, most...

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Breakdown to breakthrough

»Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

      In the game of self growth, the one thing I’ve learned is that before any major breakthrough, a breakdown happens. It’s like cleaning out a closet, first you have to pull all the stuff out, go through each item one by one, find what you want you to keep, get rid of the things you don’t, do a thorough clean-up and then put everything back in its proper place. It has to get messy before it can get better. Life is the same. When you start to work towards something, usually things get worse. It feels completely backwards, and in the moment it’s easy to feel like you’re going the wrong way, but actually the truth is the complete opposite. If you’re doing something sincerely...

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Resistance

»Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

      It always perplexes me at how there is good help available, yet somehow, people don’t accept it. I know people who are sick or unhappy in their lives, and I’ve recommended our coaching work to them, yet they don’t seem to act… they always say “maybe later” or “no thanks, I’m ok”, when clearly they are not ok. They would rather suffer silently than accept help (even if the help is free). Why is that? Well sometimes our negative thinking and behaviours are too big, that we can’t seem to overcome them. Sometimes admitting we have a problem and taking the first step to get help is the absolute hardest. It means we have to face our flaws, and we have to...

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