WAS PHILLIPINES PRESIDENT DUTERTE JUST “SUGARED UP”? by Cathy D. Slaght
I mean, really, if the account is accurate, he called President Obama a “son of a b1tc4”.
Obama said “clearly he’s a colorful guy” and then canceled their meeting.
Apparently later the Filipino leader regretted his remarks.
And no question about it- HIS INTUITION WAS CERTAINLY NOT OPERATING UP TO STANDARDS!
I’m wondering if he just had too much sugar that day.
If you study a process known as homeostasis, you will see that sugar upsets the delicate balance of the body.
This is a big deal.
(Maintaining homeostasis is one objective of the daily energy clearing group.)
Repeat: Sugar can upset the body’s chemistry.
Our processed foods and drinks are loaded with it- even what you think is “non-sugary”.
So, maybe it’s time – for you and for me- to ask ourselves a question:
Am I addicted to sugar?
Many of us are, but just don’t realize it.
If we’re really serious about improving intuition- which is necessary in order to work with the 7 Natural Laws-
It may be necessary to cut back on sugar.
Thinking about this brought on another FRACTAL FAIRY TALE
FAST BYTE AND THE SEVEN WHARFS
Who knows, maybe I need to cut back on coffee-
Anyway, am tweaking it-
But meanwhile, there are 140 reasons sugar is ruining your health.
Email me at email@example.com if you’d like the list-
Meanwhile, in a nutshell:
YOUR SUGAR CONSUMPTION COULD BE KEEPING YOU FROM CREATING THE LIFE YOU DESIRE.
Information for daily energy group- etheric, not physical
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