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J's Optimal Journey

Discussion in 'My Optimal Journal' started by _J_, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    I knew there was more to it! Next challenge then, find some natural oysters and go native! :)
     
  2. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    dipping in the Pacific in the winter time is completely awesome ....absolutely the best!

    One of the guys here takes a fishing rod in with him and catches supper while he is at it! multi tasking to the max!

    Always remember the Three legged stool.........
     
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  3. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    I'd like to try that ... would raise a few eyebrows carrying a flapping flounder onto the early morning commuter ferry!
     
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  4. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    LOL! what would be better is eating it raw! You have heard about Inger's MHS haven't you??????

    Look it up and get back to me.....
     
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  5. Laura C

    Laura C New Member

    What the hell is a creamy oyster? LOL, here in Wisconsin we have two choices too. Frozen or frozen at $15.95 lb. Because I dislike having so many choices, I have to choose to move somewhere more south to get not so frozen oysters. I slurp about 3 slippery raw oysters and cook up some pork belly for breakfast. One of these days, I need to add something to them. Anyone got a good horseradish recipe? Haha! Welcome to the forums! I look forward to reading more about your seafood adventures.
     
  6. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    OMG! Wow. Just Wow. I admire her dedication. I am not ... quite there yet :)
     
  7. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    I am such a novice for oysters, but will order 6 of both types and put them to the "insert-equivalent-mollusc-pepsi" challenge and report back! :)

    Don't know about horseradish, but what about wasabi + splash of soy ? Hmm... I think I just offended oyster lovers worldwide
     
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  8. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    surprisingly easy to do.......
     
  9. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    my fave ....litely grilled with a bit of melted butter and a sprinkle of parmesan cheese
     
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  10. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    If you could travel backwards in time and visit the 8 year old that you used to be, I wonder what their reaction would be if you told them "tonight, you will be excited about sleeping on a new mattress!"

    The magnetico arrived today, and it will be interesting to try it out... I have read other people's experiences, and I hope it adds a nudge on the needle in the right direction.

    I still wonder if I shouldn't have spent the money on a retro millennium falcon, x-wing, and death star replica though; I know what the me-as-an-8-year-old would reply :)
     
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  11. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    waiting for feedback on you new magnetico.......
     
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  12. drezy

    drezy Gold

    He's still sleeping like Becker's salamander!
     
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  13. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    Magnetico: Days 1-5:

    Very interesting. I felt a definite physical reaction to the Magnetico.

    I slept deeply and quite long from night #1, although I felt a little unsettled at times too. I woke an extra time or two per night to visit the loo, yet had no difficulties in falling back to sleep. I felt quite tired during the daytime, more so than I would usually. By day 3-4, I felt the faintest hints of an ache, and potential virus, which never materialized. By day 5, I feel like I have been having good quality sleep, and the fatigue from earlier on seems fading. Some fairly vivid dreams. Don't worry, I won't describe them here, although it felt like I was watching a movie unfold at times!

    Some of the physical effects of days 1-5 remind me of the effects of a 3mg Melatonin supplement.

    I recall what Jack mentioned during one of his free youtubes, and that the magnetic field increases at nighttime. I presume this is because the cosmic rays and solar winds are being buffeted by the magnetosphere during the day, and once on the dark side of the planet, the magnetosphere springs back. I began to wonder whether magnetism could also be a signalling mechanism for Melatonin too, much like light (but only in reverse) ? As light fades/magnetism increases, Melatonin production is increased. Perhaps both combine to increase the natural production ? Or perhaps the magnetism makes the dosage more effective ? I am only guessing really. I still need to read Becker's work, although I am not sure he covers this specific point

    I attribute most of days 1-5 as a readjustment to a magnetic field. On the virus/aching and unsettled nature of the sleep, I believe that it may be an additional process of detoxification, although I admit I haven't researched the mechanics of this.

    Curiously, my +1 felt similar effects to me. I am not sure if that technically makes it an n=2, but I am looking forward to seeing how the effects change over the next few weeks...
     
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  14. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    after trying to sleep in the "lizard" pose for several hours, I realised that ...

    #1 I am not that flexible and don't bend that way!
    #2 you are referring to 'The Body Electric', not some tantric yoga position!

    ;)
     
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  15. _J_

    _J_ New Member

    I had engaged with my son's primary school as they begin their journey installing wifi and multiple chromebooks for all students. My request, to consider a wired connection instead of wifi. A P&T meeting and several emails, in trying to put the precautionary case forward. The refusal was polite, but final. Wifi was not a danger. Wifi was the possibility of making future careers, and education for the 21st century.

    Had my "touch" been too self-serving ? Was I looking for vindication in my perspective in others ?

    Perhaps in some measure I hoped to "rattle the bars"; to wake others and warn them of the dangers. Ultimately, my thoughts turn to self-preservation, and for the future that we all inherit.

    I know that I cannot help others, that they have to help themselves. Today though, I felt as if I missed an opportunity to make a difference. That is my answer to Jack's question - what touch would you see take action in the world today.
     
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  16. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    tough....
     

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