Wisdom Loving Mother

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Thursday, April 13, 2006

Benefits of Essential Oils

The benefits of diffusing or inhaling therapeutic grade essential oils include:

* Increase cell oxygen
* Increased secretions of endorphins
* Increase secretions of antibodies
* Increased production of ATP (energy fuel used bycells)
* Increased secretions of seratonin
* Increased secretions of hormones
* Increased histamine release, which speeds up thehealing process
* Increased circulation and supports immune function
* Increased conversion of amino acids and proteins
* Helps in dealing with emotional trauma
* Helps in promotion of secretion and receptivity of human growth hormone (HGH)
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Sunday, April 09, 2006

Riots in Nepal

Hundreds of demonstrators were arrested in Nepal
on Friday April 7th after students pitched street
battles with police, hurling stones and setting the
central post office on fire.

Home minister, Kamal Thapa, said that 751 people had
been arrested and 115 were taken to prison under a
tough public safety law that allows authorities to
jail people without charge for 90 days.

"The government is using minimum force to control the
situation. The government has made adequate
arrangements to ensure the security of the people.
There is no need for people to be scared and we are
doing what we can to foil the protest," he told the AP
news agency.

The protests happened on the second day of a strike
called by an alliance of seven political parties to
protest against King Gyanendra, who seized power a
year ago.

Police fought the protestors with tear gas and batons.
Students at Kathmandu's Tribhuwan University ransacked
the dean's office and briefly took several officers

King Gyanendra responded to the crisis by calling for
calm. "Let us all pledge today to devote time for
establishing permanent peace," he said on a speech
broadcast on national television.

The strike has shut down public transport in the city
and hundreds of people were forced to walk to work.
Shops and schools were shut, with only ambulances and
security vehicles on the roads.

Days before the strike, the government banned all
forms of public protest in Kathmandu.

King Gyanendra says he was forced to seize power in
February last year because of the growing communist
insurgency, which has left some 13,000 people dead
since 1996. He has been under international pressure
to restore democracy.

I also heard on the TV news on Saturday April 8 that one
person was shot and killed on the West side of Katmandu
on Saturday.

Please pray for the safety of the public in Nepal and for
the protection of Tibetan Buddhist monks and monestaries.

When I traveled to Kathmandu a year ago in February the
president had just opened the airport after 2 weeks of
closure and the phone service to the town had been
suspended. At that time there were riot police in evidence
everywhere. Now the situation has escalated again and I
believe it to be very serious!

Please share any first hand news you might know about the
current situation in the comments.

Monday, April 03, 2006

Tibetan Exiles Go to Polls

AFP) Tibetan exiles went to the polls to elect a prime minister and members of
the 46-member Assembly of Tibetan People's Deputies based in Dharamsala. The
one-day ballot is being held at 53 polling stations set up by the election
commission for Tibetans living in India, Bhutan, Nepal, Europe and North
America. It is the final round of polls to elect members of the Tibetan
parliament in exile, and it is also the preliminary election for prime
minister. It is only the second time that Tibetan exiles have participated in
popular elections for a Kalon Tripa. The first direct vote for a prime minister
was in 2001. More than 82,000 of the estimated 100,000 Tibetans living in exile
have registered to vote and there are 80 candidates for office. A final round
of voting to elect the prime minister will take place on 03 June 2006 with the
results expected a month later. Assembly results are due in early April.