My Precious Lightfamily,
Those among humanity who will survive this century, are those who cease to resist life and who have mastered the quality of fluidity.
Here are a few practical suggestions for living life on a hotter planet:
- Keep your curtains closed to keep your living spaces cool.
- Stay hydrated. That means that you add at least a bottle of water to your regular water intake.
- If your work requires physical labor in the outdoor heat, start your day at dawn, and come inside to rest during the hottest time of the day. Heat exhaustion is a very unpleasant experience.
- Wear a hat or a cap in the sun. Here are a few reasons why: Your most susceptible and vulnerable place to heat is the top of your head, specifically, and your skull in general. Place a small ice pack on top of your head; under your hat.
- Before going to bed, place a few plastic bottles of water in the freezer (to freeze solid overnight) and let them melt during the day. This provides you with a steady supply of ice water. They can also be used as a cold pack against the back of your neck or your forehead.
- Drink hibiscus tea. It is used in the tropics to help you perspire which cools the body down.
- Loose clothing is much cooler than skimpy and tight clothing. It is mistakenly thought that exposing the skin is a way to stay cool. But the loose robes worn by middle Eastern desert dwellers are more effective in keeping the heat away from the body.
- Beware of being in a body of water (like a lake, etc) during the midday hours. The sun’s rays are amplified by the reflection on the water.
- Stay away from heavy carbs, alcohol, and greasy foods. Eating a diet of 80% raw foods will help your body cope better.
- City dwellers must wear good sunblock and sunglasses to protect themselves from the intense heat produced by the reflection of windows in skyscrapers and the heat trapped in between buildings in city streets. The effect of reflective glass skyscrapers on birds has been documented to cause dead birds to fall from the sky.
- Pamper yourself through scorching times. Feeling cool and at home on the planet begins within. The fragrances of rose and lavender are psychologically soothing, as are cool, fresh cotton sheets on your bed.
- Take frequent hydrating breaks in your schedule.
~ The Seer Almine
*The Seer recommends the following alchemical fragrance oils: