Self-Healing

We all have the power to Self-Heal. I discovered my Self-Healing powers at the time of my late wife’s illness. I showed my GP a crusty growth on my scalp. He recommended surgery, as ointment would be ineffective against a Granular Papilloma (a fancy name for a large wart).  Kath suggested – ‘Heal it yourself Bob, you give me and everybody else Healing.’

I accepted the challenge.

Every morning I held my right index finger over the growth and visualised electric-blue acid dripping from my fingertip. I performed Self-Healing every morning and evening for a week. The growth shrunk, and totally healed up.

Self-Healing kick-starts the body’s immune response. You can Self-Heal practically any injury or disease by lying-on-of-the-hands, and visualising electric-blue energy flowing to your symptom/s.

I often needlessly suffer because I forget to Self-Heal. The moment I do, a swift recovery follows. Self-Healing is the Kind way; the Drug-Free way; the Natural way.

IT IS ALL TOO EASY TO FORGET – THE POWER IS FROM WITHIN.

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EXERCISE: sit quietly.  Close your eyes. Concentrate on your lips. Soon your lips will tingle. This shows you have mentally tapped into your lips. Practise mentally energising various  areas of the body

IF YOU HAVE THE DESIRE TO WRITE SONGS THEN THE CHANCES ARE THERE IS A SONGWRITER IN YOU

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I have come across a lot of songwriters who have given up composing for one reason or another. I used to write with this guy who looked similar to Michel Jackson, and he had as good a voice. He wrote great song ideas with real funky tracks cooking under them. But a verse would go on and on and on. The hook would consist of one line, and he’d follow-up that with a 2-minutes fabulous jazzy Fender Rhodes solo. Consequently, even though A&R were well impressed with his vocals and tracks, they were turned off because they instinctively felt the songs were cumbersome and not commercial.

But here’s the hook to my blog:

My amateur song-writing friend had all the pieces to the jigsaw, but he just couldn’t fit it together. Here’s the good news, yes, song-writing is an innate talent, but there are rules to song-writing just as there are grammatical rules to the English language, and if adhered to, you can write commercial songs.

Over the next few weeks I will be advancing songwriting tips, and even if you are an accomplished songwriter, you might learn a trick or two.

IF YOU HAVE THE DESIRE TO WRITE SONGS THEN THE CHANCES ARE THERE IS A SONGWRITER IN YOU

2004-11-03 22.42.22

I have come across a lot of songwriters who have given up composing for one reason or another. I used to write with this guy who looked similar to Michel Jackson, and he had as good a voice. He wrote great song ideas with real funky tracks cooking under them. But a verse would go on and on and on. The hook would consist of one line, and he’d follow-up that with a 2-minutes fabulous jazzy Fender Rhodes solo. Consequently, even though A & R were well impressed with his vocals and tracks, they were turned off because they instinctively felt his songs were cumbersome and not commercial.

But here’s the hook to my blog:

My amateur songwriting friend had all the pieces to the jigsaw, but he just couldn’t fit it together. Here’s the good news, yes, songwriting is an innate talent, but there are rules to songwriting just as there are grammatical rules to a language, and if adhered to, you can write commercial songs.

Over the next few weeks I will be advancing songwriting tips, and even if you are an accomplished songwriter, you might learn a trick or two.

World Cancer Day and The Cancer Fighters

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2014-12-20 13.42.29Today is WORLD CANCER DAY. Even though I lost my dear wife, Kath, to bowel cancer, 20 years ago, I cannot claim myself innocent of the tendency to mentally skip over such announcements, such as, ‘WORLD CANCER DAY’. Many of us suppose ourselves incapable of making a difference, other than perhaps to donate a coin or two in a tinkling money collecting tin. Yet how fantastic a feat it is when somebody stands up and says, ‘Well I think I can make a difference, and I am going to do something about this wicked disease – CANCER!’

A heartfelt ambition slays all opposition!

Amelia Bailey, a lady with self-experience of cancer and cancer treatment, one day, metaphorically pulled the tubes from out of her veins, and proclaimed, ‘That’s it, I’ve had enough, I need to do something about this terrible disease!’ Amelia rounded up her band of merry ladies from Lincoln, and called themselves, The Cancer Fighters, all of whom respectively suffer with cancer or their life has been negatively affected by the illness, they decided to re-record The Nolans’s dance-floor classic, I’m in the Mood for Dancing. Royalties generated by the ITUNE download will be donated in full to Cancer Research UK. They went on to tailor the song to their theme, changing the lyrics to, ‘We’re in the Mood for Fighting Cancer’.

Since day one the project has snowballed. They have a host of A1 celebrity selfies wearing pink The Cancer Fighter T-shirts and Sharon Osborne’s selfie heads a Tesco promotion for selling fifty thousand pink for girls and navy-blue for boys T-shirts, coinciding with ‘World Cancer day’ 4th February, also the release date of The Cancer Fighters superb single. The Cancer Fighters story featured in the Sunday People newspaper and the article and video clips on the Daily Mirror website. ITV Calenda News filmed the ladies recording in the studio, and the footage was aired on ITV 5th January. On 31st January The Cancer fighters Ball, which raised two thousand pounds in an auction, was a wash of pink ball gowns and pink balloons; the ladies gave a live performance of their single, and received a standing ovation. This morning the ladies are talking on BBC Radio Lincolnshire and this evening appearing live on ITV Calenda News this evening.

The Cancer Fighters should be an inspiration to us all. They have shown us that we all can do amazing things and make a difference when we put our mind to it. Last summer Amelia told me, ‘Robert, musically, we are a bunch of nobodies’. Well, on this ‘World Cancer Day’, I think we can safely say The Cancer Fighters are a bunch of SOMEBODY’S.

 

 

 

World Cancer Day and The Cancer Fighters

2014-12-20 13.42.29Today is ‘WORLD CANCER DAY’. Even though I lost my dear wife, Kath, to bowel cancer, 20 years ago, I cannot claim myself innocent of the tendency to mentally skip over such announcements, such as, ‘WORLD CANCER DAY’. Many of us suppose ourselves incapable of making a difference, other than perhaps to donate a coin or two in a tinkling money collecting tin. Yet how fantastic a feat it is when somebody stands up and says, ‘Well I think I can make a difference, and I am going to do something about this wicked disease – CANCER!’

A heartfelt Ambition slays all Opposition!

Amelia Bailey, a lady with self-experience of cancer and cancer treatment, one day, metaphorically pulled the tubes from out of her veins, and proclaimed, ‘That’s it, I’ve had enough, I need to do something about this terrible disease!’ Amelia rounded up her band of merry ladies from Lincoln, and called themselves, The Cancer Fighters, all of whom respectively suffer with cancer or their life has been negatively affected by the illness, they decided to re-record The Nolans’s dance-floor classic, I’m in the Mood for Dancing. Royalties generated by the ITUNE download will be donated in full to Cancer Research UK. They went on to tailor the song to their theme, changing the lyrics to, ‘We’re in the Mood for Fighting Cancer’.

Since day one the project has snowballed. They have a host of A1 celebrity selfies wearing pink The Cancer Fighter T-shirts and Sharon Osborne’s selfie heads a Tesco promotion for selling fifty thousand pink for girls and navy-blue for boys T-shirts, coinciding with ‘World Cancer day’ 4th February, also the release date of The Cancer Fighters superb single. The Cancer Fighters story featured in the Sunday People newspaper and the article and video clips on the Daily Mirror website. ITV Calenda News filmed the ladies recording in the studio, and the footage was aired on ITV 5th January. On 31st January The Cancer fighters Ball, which raised two thousand pounds in an auction, was a wash of pink ball gowns and pink balloons; the ladies gave a live performance of their single, and received a standing ovation. This morning the ladies are talking on BBC Radio Lincolnshire and this evening appearing live on ITV Calenda News this evening.

The Cancer Fighters should be an inspiration to us all. They have shown us that we all can do amazing things and make a difference when we put our mind to it. Last summer

Amelia told me, ‘Robert, musically, we are a bunch of nobodies’. Well, on this ‘World Cancer Day’, I think we can safely say The Cancer Fighters are a bunch of SOMEBODY’S.

 

 

 

World Cancer Day and The Cancer Fighters

2014-12-20 13.42.29Today is WORLD CANCER DAY. Even though I lost my dear wife, Kath, to bowel cancer, 20 years ago, I cannot claim myself innocent of the tendency to mentally skip over such announcements, such as, ‘WORLD CANCER DAY’. Many of us suppose ourselves incapable of making a difference, other than perhaps to donate a coin or two in a tinkling money collecting tin. Yet how fantastic a feat it is when somebody stands up and says, ‘Well I think I can make a difference, and I am going to do something about this wicked disease – CANCER!’

A heartfelt Ambition slays all Opposition!

Amelia Bailey, a lady with self-experience of cancer and cancer treatment, one day, metaphorically pulled the tubes from out of her veins, and proclaimed, ‘That’s it, I’ve had enough, I need to do something about this terrible disease!’ Amelia rounded up her band of merry ladies from Lincoln, and called themselves, The Cancer Fighters, all of whom respectively suffer with cancer or their life has been negatively affected by the illness, they decided to re-record The Nolans’s dance-floor classic, I’m in the Mood for Dancing. Royalties generated by the ITUNE download will be donated in full to Cancer Research UK. They went on to tailor the song to their theme, changing the lyrics to, ‘We’re in the Mood for Fighting Cancer’.

Since day one the project has snowballed. They have a host of A1 celebrity selfies wearing pink The Cancer Fighter T-shirts and Sharon Osborne’s selfie heads a Tesco promotion for selling fifty thousand pink for girls and navy-blue for boys T-shirts, coinciding with ‘World Cancer day’ 4th February, also the release date of The Cancer Fighters superb single. The Cancer Fighters story featured in the Sunday People newspaper and the article and video clips on the Daily Mirror website. ITV Calenda News filmed the ladies recording in the studio, and the footage was aired on ITV 5th January. On 31st January The Cancer fighters Ball, which raised two thousand pounds in an auction, was a wash of pink ball gowns and pink balloons; the ladies gave a live performance of their single, and received a standing ovation. This morning the ladies are talking on BBC Radio Lincolnshire and this evening appearing live on ITV Calenda News this evening.

The Cancer Fighters should be an inspiration to us all. They have shown us that we all can do amazing things and make a difference when we put our mind to it. Last summer Amelia told me, ‘Robert, musically, we are a bunch of nobodies’. Well, on this ‘World Cancer Day’, I think we can safely say The Cancer Fighters are a bunch of SOMEBODY’S.