17 Apr

new year, throw out old, cleanse

It is the first of the year, a new year on the calendar that the Creator crafted from the beginning. Man has destroyed the calendar and taken Yahweh/God out of it. Anyway, we are in the first month of the year, and it is time to cleanse. This time of year has cleansing rains, new beginnings, fresh starts in all aspects of creation. The Messiah purposely died at this time of year because we need cleansing, and this time of year is the best time of year to do so. Every edible plant (and most of them out there this time of year are edible) is a cleansing plant, and should be taken into our bodies. The energy of the Earth is even being renewed this time of year, and our bodies are directly connected and affected by it.

I want to bring out one thing about this time of year that is vital. I personally keep an entire week of Passover/Unleavened Bread. I do this because it is commanded, and because it is very refreshing to the mind, body, and soul. In this process, I clean out my house. I take out the leaven, clean every nook and cranny, and air out the place. Have you ever wondered where “spring cleaning” comes from? Despite what most historians and scholars want to say, it is built into us to do this, at this time of year, from the beginning of mankind, for cleansing purpose. It is what we are supposed to do. The thing I want to bring out is this: when you put out sugar, or throw out all of that junk food from your house, to cleanse your body, do you give it away to someone else, or do you actually throw it out? Ask yourself: does it make sense to throw something you know is bad for you onto someone else?

When I clean out, and throw out the leavened things during Passover week, I throw them out and burn them, or let the chickens eat them. The leaven represents my sin, or the things in my life I need to clean out, the “weeds” that have gotten out of hand. This cleansing also pictures getting your health back into shape, getting rid of the things that are negative, in mind, body, and spirit. It is all about acting on the solution and not looking back. I absolutely never give my “throw out” stuff to someone else to eat while I am not eating it, just as I would not give away the junk foods harming me if I were changing my health habits.

THE POINT: It is difficult to throw out, especially when you know your hard earned money bought it. It is difficult to go through the process of ridding the mind of negative fears and emotion. It is a process and nothing more. It is a practice, and we have to make it a “custom” for it to make an impact. I assure you, it is all worth it, and the things you THROW OUT will be replaced with twice the good. Throwing out (not giving away), is just the right thing to do.

The scripture below can be a starting point to a great study on this subject, giving you motivation and confidence.

1 Corinthians 5:7 
Strong’s LexiconGet rid of 
ἐκκαθάρατε (ekkatharate)
Verb – Aorist Imperative Active – 2nd Person Plural
Strong’s Greek 1571: To clean (cleanse) out, clean thoroughly. From ek and kathairo; to cleanse thoroughly.

the 
τὴν (tēn)
Article – Accusative Feminine Singular
Strong’s Greek 3588: The, the definite article. Including the feminine he, and the neuter to in all their inflections; the definite article; the.

old 
παλαιὰν (palaian)
Adjective – Accusative Feminine Singular
Strong’s Greek 3820: Old, ancient, not new or recent. From palai; antique, i.e. Not recent, worn out.

yeast, 
ζύμην (zymēn)
Noun – Accusative Feminine Singular
Strong’s Greek 2219: Leaven, ferment, both lit. and met. Probably from zeo; ferment.

that 
ἵνα (hina)
Conjunction
Strong’s Greek 2443: In order that, so that. Probably from the same as the former part of heautou; in order that.

you may be 
ἦτε (ēte)
Verb – Present Subjunctive Active – 2nd Person Plural
Strong’s Greek 1510: I am, exist. The first person singular present indicative; a prolonged form of a primary and defective verb; I exist.

a new 
νέον (neon)
Adjective – Nominative Neuter Singular
Strong’s Greek 3501: (a) young, youthful, (b) new, fresh. 

unleavened 
ἄζυμοι (azymoi)
Adjective – Nominative Masculine Plural
Strong’s Greek 106: (in the neutral plural) specially (by implication) the Passover week.

batch, 
φύραμα (phyrama)
Noun – Nominative Neuter Singular
Strong’s Greek 5445: A mass or lump, as of bread dough. From a prolonged form of phuro, mean to knead; a mass of dough.

as 
καθώς (kathōs)
Adverb
Strong’s Greek 2531: According to the manner in which, in the degree that, just as, as. From kata and hos; just as, that.

you really are. 
ἐστε (este)
Verb – Present Indicative Active – 2nd Person Plural
Strong’s Greek 1510: I am, exist. The first person singular present indicative; a prolonged form of a primary and defective verb; I exist.

For 
γὰρ (gar)
Conjunction
Strong’s Greek 1063: For. A primary particle; properly, assigning a reason.

Christ, 
Χριστός (Christos)
Noun – Nominative Masculine Singular
Strong’s Greek 5547: Anointed One; the Messiah, the Christ. From chrio; Anointed One, i.e. The Messiah, an epithet of Jesus.

our 
ἡμῶν (hēmōn)
Personal / Possessive Pronoun – Genitive 1st Person Plural
Strong’s Greek 1473: I, the first-person pronoun. A primary pronoun of the first person I.

Passover lamb, 
πάσχα (pascha)
Noun – Nominative Neuter Singular
Strong’s Greek 3957: The feast of Passover, the Passover lamb. Of Chaldee origin; the Passover.

has been sacrificed. 
ἐτύθη (etythē)
Verb – Aorist Indicative Passive – 3rd Person Singular
Strong’s Greek 2380: A primary verb; properly, to rush, i.e. to sacrifice; by extension to immolate.
26 Mar

Teaching/Sharing/Passing on/Empowering

I love teaching. Teaching runs in my blood. I love to empower people. I love teaching most because I learn.

Would you like to make sense of the food allergies and sensitivities, and find holistic options within your budget? Food allergies rock your world! They rocked mine. In this class I will help you take an active and empowering role in your daily struggle with this “sensitive” topic (pun intended). 

Would you like to turn around a picky eater, know where to save money for healthy snacks, how to minimize junk and create whole food eaters, be prepared on the go without stress, learn how to travel with food, and create habits to last? This is not just for the now, but for the future.  ALL HEALTH now will reap good or disaster in the future. I have a class for that!
Learn why making even simple menu adjustments can lead to kids who feel calmer, sleep better, wake up easier, weigh less, have tantrums less, and study more.

Do you have a love/hate relationship with cooking and finding creative ways to make a meal? Do you want to have meals ready for on the go? Do you want to learn how to pack and cook on a trip?  The crock pot can become your best pal in the kitchen. I will also show some things for travel with a crock or an insta-pot or aroma steamer (the fast crock pot) —traveling with these is the best thing I have done for saving time and money on a trip and eating healthier.

Do you want to learn about desserts without sugar, honey, molasses, or artificial sweeteners…YES! they can still be sweet and delicious. (Tasting some goodies will be part of the class) Cure your sugar craving and need. Create new habits. Learn the empowerment you have inside you.

Would you like to learn massage techniques for calming, healing, bonding, making stronger and smarter babies.  Gather some friends and set a plan to take a 4 week course

DO YOU ALL GET THE IDEA? I have a class for many things. These are just a few of what I can do. If you have an idea for a class you would like me to put together, please contact me to ask. I CAN BRING THESE classes to your group, in your location (in my local area). I can do many of these classes, even the baby massage classes, online for those long distance.

Jeana Anderson, C.N.H.P., C.H.N.P., LMT, CEIM, CBS

Natural Helping Hands, LLC

www.naturalhelpinghands.com

jeana@besmiley.com

501-690-3306 (I-phone)

14 Dec

EXERCISE plus FAITH…YES!

Jeana Thompson Anderson is feeling determined.

https://faithfulworkoutsplan.com/ SUPERB WORKOUT

Try it. It is FREE. Sign up. Work out to inspiring music and daily variety workouts with encouragement. All levels are included (even chair).

I have been doing these for a couple years.

CLASSES IN MY LOCATION BEGINNING, with interest, FOR SENIORS, and other ages if interested, including chair options.  We will use these workouts from faithful workouts.

I can come to your location if you have a group. We can discuss options. Let’s get moving together.

21 Jun

Workout with purpose and friends

THIS was a great stretch. Good way to end or begin a workout. The message is very encouraging. My take: concentration on breathing starts the day well, fills the brain with energy (better than caffeine), and YOU will never know who you are until you know Him (Messiah/Elohim) first; seek HIM FIRST, find yourself.

CLASSES: I would love to begin this in our area. I am posting some class registrations for morning workouts with Faithful workouts. These workouts will have many levels to follow, and many options from chair (sitting) to challenging, all in the same workout session. To exercise together brings accountability and support. I will have classes in Russellville to begin, but will also have them in Perryville at a later date. www.naturalhelpinghands.com http://www.naturalhelpinghands.com/site/services/ for info on the upcoming classes.#naturalhelpinghands #exercise

YOUTUBE.COM
Daily Stretch: Broken Vessels (Breaking Free)
I hope this video helps you to see how much God loves you are, just as you are! www.faithfulwork…

23 Jan

SUPER QUOTE

As Bill Nelson said, “the Germ theory proposes we get rid of the flies, while it makes more sense to clean up the garbage attracting them.”

04 Jan

MASSIVE ACTION

MASSIVE ACTION PLAN

A food allergy, cancer, lymes, or any other mycroplasma parsite prion blood issue, needs a plan to destroy and heal. I have combine several plans to come up with one that I believe, with time, will destroy the thing causing the mammalian allergy within me from a tic (called alpha gal).  I plan to keep at it until it is gone. I will not live this way. I confirm from the Almighty himself that my energy and my gusto with his healing plan will succeed.

Whole food supplements
 Amla Powder
 Apricot Kernals or powder (and other fruit seeds)
 Minerals and vitamins:** The best way to know what your body needs is through hair analysis and saliva testing, not blood work tests; the invader in the body will absorb the vitamins and minerals from your body, so a consistent daily dose of supplementation is necessary to combat nutrition deficiency (causing hormone and other imbalances and issues). (I am certified Health Coach and do the hair analysis and consultation). FIND a good nutritionist or Health Coach who can help you create the supplement plan your body needs. It will change every 6 months to 9 months as your body’s needs change.
Plant extracts
 Beta Glucan (I get this from the Amla powder)
 Colloidal silver (dark, high silver: I purchase from Herbal Healer Academy Dr. McCain)
 Turmeric/Cur cumin
 Boswella/Frankincense (I use the oil on head and feet)
 D3 from the sun, lots of sun (if you take a supplement, use a plant based, not Lanolin)
 Vitamin C, highest amount you can tolerate (usually up to 5,000 mg a day; if you have loose stool, you have met your max amt.) (if you take Amla, no need for extra C because it has the 2nd highest concentration of vitamin C in all foods)
Gut
 Probiotics (make your own, or find high quality)
 Oil of oregano
 Quercetin (in food or supplement)
 Proteolytic enzymes (pineapple, papaya, etc…or the supplements for these)
 Enzyme therapy
Herbs
 Dandelion Root (powder or tea)
 Essiac Tea (I order the mix from The Bulk Herb Store, and make this myself, OR order the Essiac tincture from Herbal healer Academy)
 Jason Winter’s Tea
 Other Detox teas from Yogi and Bulk Herb Store
Detox
 HMD Herbal Drainage formula
 Dr. Clarks Parsite Cleanse OR
 (I use) Intestinal Freedom and Wormwood Plus Tincture

Cancer, Parasites, Mycroplasma (Lyme, Alpha Gal, etc.), ETC. IS A DEVINE CALL TO ACTION!
• Everything (issue good or bad) in our life is because of us, the choices we make.
• These are natural and normal, but the immune system is the difference for what becomes a tumor, chronic, or enhanced in other ways.
• By the time diagnosis , it is too late for prevention.
• The body created it and the body can heal it.

Make life goals, make future plans, Live for these goals, enjoy life as you have it, do not fear, focus on the positive, focus on the things that bring joy, live as if you had not issue; The mind can do great things.

Vegetables: garlic, onion, cauliflower, broccoli, dark greens
Fruits: cranberries, lemons (highest cancer fruits by dose): tart/sour is the key

Organic cran powder

Green Lemonade: 1 lemon, 4 granny smith apples (with seeds and peals)

Eat berries all year long, every day.

Oats with fruit
 With cinnamon—cinnamon amps the antioxidants,
 With seeds—seeds add nutrition needed
 With blackstrap molasses—huge nutrition

Amla berry—highest concentration of antioxidant on Earth, known, and 2nd highest in vitamin; this berry is anti-everything bad.

16-24 oz of water in the morning, some of that with lemon, and total of 64-90 ounces by end of day.

30 minutes or more of exercise, with cardio

64 ounces of juice daily, especially in morning for cleansing

Salads (meaning more than two kinds of vegetables not counting lettuce) daily

Fruit, lots of it

Need to have a mostly raw diet (90 %), but some cooked foods ok: rice, beans, potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, peas, lentils, fish, and biblically clean meats (in moderation); some dairy is ok also, especially yogurt.

The things in this Massive Action resource are from a lot of research. I use essential oils and biofeedback and massage in combination of these nutrition things. I believe meditation, prayer, and action are all part of the process of elimination of the invaders (I call them weeds). We have to use a whole body/mind/spirit approach to healing for all things.
This is the protocol I am using, and yes, I do it all, and never let up. I will eliminate the alpha gal and other weeds in my body. I have combated many things in my lifetime, and this is no exception.

Jeana Anderson
Natural Helping Hands
www.naturalhelpinghands.com
jeana@besmiley.com

17 Sep

Crazy Healing; Crazy Life; Will Conquer

Okay, I have been researching and speaking with experts in microbial infestation (ie: alpha-gal strains, lyme strains, bartonella, Epstein Barr, and many more). I believe, after all this, I have more than one issue from the tick transmitter, and alpha-gal may be on the low end. This is crazy stuff. I believe also, that I have found a path, paved by the Father in his created resources, to get rid of all of it! I know it, in fact, and it will occur. I am confident. I am going to have to be patient, however. You all may have some of these causing your chronic and autoimmune deficiencies and issues. I am on a protocol with a biofeedback device, herbs, oils, and nutrition, to rid the things I have found in me (dormant or otherwise).

25 May

Live for the moment? Maybe not

this was my encouragement today 🙂 love being a member of this faithful team.

Inspirational & Informational Article for Week 17:
written by Michelle Spadafora

Live for the moment? Maybe not.

If you struggle to make healthy choices when it comes to food (and you’re not alone), here’s what I want you to try. When offered something unhealthy, I want you to stop and ask yourself some questions. Ask yourself if the choice you’re making will cause you to feel guilty later. Will it lead to you beating yourself up for hours? Will it bring you into a mindset of shame and a belly that aches?

We’ve conditioned ourselves to view certain foods as “rewarding” and delicious, but the truth is, these things only taste delicious and feel rewarding for a moment, a minute, and then the shame sets in. When offered a dessert or something else unhealthy, before you dig in, maybe just ask yourself, “how will I feel if I eat all of this and how will I feel if I only have a bite or completely pass?” No, having only a bite or passing entirely on dessert is not the cultural norm. Yes, people probably (for whatever reason) will still try and get you to eat more. Yes, your own mind will try and argue that it’s okay to have more. More, more, more, it’s always okay to have more.
BUT, I just want to tell you right now that your body and your health are worth it! YOU are worth it! You can change, you can say no, you can resist—do you understand that you have the Spirit that raised Christ from the dead living inside of you! If that’s not power and authority, I don’t know what is. You don’t have to play the victim anymore. You don’t have to wallow in a sea of shame and guilt after every meal. You CAN say yes to health and, in that yes, pass on things that come against that yes and that desire to have a body fit to run the race set before us with perseverance.

Many of us tend to live in the moment, and we often think we are powerless to change this way of living—but, of course, we aren’t. Even if you’ve lived in the moment when it comes to those delicious and unhealthy foods all your life, you can still change. You see that chocolate cheesecake sitting on the table in front of you, and then envision yourself sitting down later and rubbing your stomach and feeling sick and ashamed, and you can say no to more cake or cookies or whatever it might be.

I have learned that sugar doesn’t make me feel good. I physically feel sick if I eat more than a bite or 2 of something sweet (so thankful for this!) So, when I have a bite of something sweet, I know I don’t want to feel sick later, and I know I don’t want to put something in my body that will zap me of energy. I know I want to do all I can to live out the rest of my life with health so I take a pass on another bite. And I’m no one special! This way of life and way of saying yes to health is available to us all, and I promise the more you consistently do this, the more natural it becomes.

The cool thing is you can use this with most decisions you face. To exercise or not?? In the moment I might feel tired and stressed and too busy, but then I can think of how, after I workout, I’ll feel better, have a better attitude and feel accomplished. To read my Bible or not?? In the moment I might feel like I have too much to do and don’t have time, but I know if I spend 15 minutes with God I’ll have such a better outlook on my day and be filled with more peace.
The truth is, we don’t have to live our lives based on how we feel in one particular moment. Maybe the kids kept me up and I don’t want to work out, or maybe I’m already working late and I don’t feel like reading my bible, or maybe I’ve had just had a fight with my spouse and some sugar seems like the perfect comforter—whatever it is, we don’t have to be enslaved to our feelings. We have God’s Spirit in us and we are powerful and we can say yes and no, even if we don’t feel like saying yes or no. Jesus didn’t feel like going to the cross, but he did. God didn’t “feel” like watching his own son be crucified, but he did. Isaiah and Jeremiah and the rest of the prophets didn’t “feel” like crying out for people to repent day after day, but they did. Esther didn’t “feel” like approaching the king on behalf of her people, but she did.

The truth is, you can say no to your desires and feelings and emotions in the moment, and you can say yes something greater. You can. I’ll say it again, you can. True freedom and courage and bravery are found in saying yes to something greater than ourselves and our momentary, fleeting desires and feelings.

God has given you a spirit of power and of love and of self-control. So my only question to you is this: will you use it?

I continue to pray for you!
Michelle and the Faithful Workouts Team

Check back tomorrow to see why this article helped me so much today.

31 Jan

“Does God Care About How I Treat My Physical Body?”

(article from Faithful Workouts) January 2017

“Dear friend, I am praying that all is well with you and that your body is as healthy as I know your soul is.” -3 John 1:2

For centuries Christians have asked the question,“Does God care about how I treat my physical body?”  Maybe it’s even a question you’ve asked yourself.

I love how my study bible explains this verse from 3 John: “John was concerned for Gaius’s physical and spiritual well-being. This was the opposite of the popular ideology that taught the separation of spirit and matter and despised the physical side of life. Today, many people still fall into this way of thinking. This non-Christian attitude logically leads to one of two responses: neglect of the body and physical health or indulgence of the body’s sinful desires. God is concerned for both your body and your soul. As a responsible Christian, you should neither neglect nor indulge yourself, but care for your physical needs and discipline your body so that you are at your best for God’s service.” (The Application Study Bible, New Living Translation)

Let me repeat that again…discipline your body so that you are at your best for God’s service.

That’s really what we have to keep at the forefront of our minds as we begin our journey to better health. It’s not about getting into a certain size of jeans, and it’s not about a number on the scale, our desire should be that we take better care for our body so that we are at our best for God’s service. We should exercise and eat healthy so we will have the energy and strength to do what God has planned for us.

Of course there is nothing wrong with having a body that looks strong and healthy and fits into the jeans you love, but it shouldn’t be our main motivator. 3 John 1:2 is not the only verse that speaks about caring for our physical bodies, here are few others.

Romans 3:16 – “We are to use our whole body as a tool to do what is right for the glory of God”

Romans 12:1 – “And so, dear brothers and sisters, I plead with you to give your bodies to God. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice – the kind he will accept. When you think of what he has done for you, is this too much to ask.”

1 Corinthians 10:31 – “So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”

If you have decided to be a follower of Christ you should take care of your body. I know it’s not easy. It takes discipline and self control but know that God is there to help you. “For God gave us a spirit not of fear but of power and love and self-control” – 2 Timothy 1:7


For sure. Love these programs. All levels and abilities can join in Faithful Workouts. It is refreshing, uplifting, joyful, spirit-led and addicting. Get on board. I am on the yearly f4 plan but there is a free f3 sign up filled to the brim with amazingness!