Vibration or Bio-Chemical?

vibration_or_biochemical_paleoFor years now, I have understood and been teaching the power of vibrational alignment. I don’t just teach this stuff, I live it and apply it to every area of my life! This also means that much of my life is a work in progress as I move toward what I am desiring to create…each improvement leads to a new vantage point from which to decide ‘what’s next?’. This constant growing is, as they say, what keeps life force flowing through me.

Sometimes, though, life experiences have me questioning what I know to be true. Questioning everything until you receive answers that feel right can be a good thing. This time, I am questioning if the food we consume is only affected by our vibration (as some teachers say) or if there is more to the story.

Last week, I was sharing with my friend, Jeannette Maw (the Good Vibe Coach), how much I am appreciating eating Paleo (no dairy or wheat/grains) for the past 10 months *despite* the energy that I had been flowing about it when I started:

With Paleo, the energy I was flowing in advance was MAJOR SKEPTICISM shifting to MILD WONDER. That’s what I was flowing. I had heard about it for a while and thought it was just a fad. Then, someone I respect shared some resources and I began researching. I was reading a doctor’s website where he systematically showed how it was the most beneficial diet for humans, way above vegetarianism which he had also tried and found defective.

If only a fraction of the benefits that doctor listed were true, I thought it was worth trying…BUT…a huge part of me (not just my butt) didn’t think it was even possible to live without eating wheat! I’ve been a baker since a kid and couldn’t imagine *enjoying* a life without wheat/grains. Bread I might be able to pass on, but pastas, rice, cookies, cakes, doughnuts?!? NO WAY!

That’s why I set a timeline and gave myself an OUT if it was too hard. Instead, I was shocked to find it was easy! I didn’t get what I believed or was suspecting AT ALL!

There is NO WAY that this experience with Paleo was “just about my vibration”. There HAS to be more to the story…chemical…biochemical?!? It’s not about emotions either, for folks who claim you can only lose weight if you have your emotions worked out. Once I started eating Paleo, I lost more weight than ever with no effort and no emotional ‘work’.

After that, Jeannette just wrote a blog post about when our expectations don’t match results and briefly mentions our conversation as proof that I must have been flowing a positive expectation.

You see, Abraham teaches that when you enjoy your food, then it’s good for your body and you will metabolize it well (i.e., be at a good weight and feel healthy). Likewise, Abraham says, when you don’t enjoy eating food, then it’s not good for your body and you suffer the consequences.

Now, I have mostly been a meat-eater, but I started eating Vegetarian a few years ago because I *expected* it would be healthier for me. That was the intention and energy with which I approached this change in my diet, but that was not my experience. While I was eating Vegetarian, I very much enjoyed the food, yet still my brain felt muddled, I felt lethargic, and gained weight around the middle. I also pulled back on exercising because I had no energy, which compounded the weight-gain. I actually enjoy exercising, but while eating Vegetarian I’d be so worn out afterward and needed lots’o’naps! I’ve since heard that this is a common experience and a major reason why Vegetarians shift to eating Paleo.

Meanwhile, I kept hearing people rave about eating Paleo. As I mentioned to Jeannette, for almost 2 yrs, I dismissed eating Paleo as a ‘fad’, then researched it with major skepticism. Looking back, I researched it mainly to prove to myself why it was not worthy of my attention. I’m laughing as I type this realizing the vibrational discord on this subject!

In fact, I was so doubtful that when I finally decided to try eating Paleo, I set the intention for only 30 days, I gave myself an easy OUT that I would stop immediately if it didn’t feel healthy to my body.

I also made dietary modifications in advance of starting to eat Paleo! Reading that the strict Paleo can be difficult for anyone to handle if they don’t have a ‘health reason’ for sticking to it, one site recommended that we make allowances for a few foods that technically aren’t Paleo. My allowances are Greek Yogurt (technically dairy, but high in protein and probiotics) and dark chocolate. Pretty sure the cave men didn’t have chocolate but would have EATEN IT if it was a choice! 😉 I also chose to include potatoes and rice in the grain category, but allow legumes because I like them in my beef chili (with fresh diced onions and Greek Yogurt!). Mmmmmm…it’s so good!

Anyway, within the first week, with no sugar withdrawals and no feelings of deprivation, I not only LOVED it but the cravings for wheat-based foods that had been a life-long desire had vanished completely! With the cravings gone, I enjoy eating so much more and lost at least 2 dress sizes (maybe more) without effort. Eating this way is effortless for me, so maintenance is easy. Now I understand what they mean when they say it’s less a diet and more of a lifestyle choice.  My taste buds clearly have changed: 3 months later, when I saw sugary wheat or milk-based stuff, it made me gag. I remember how those baked goods tasted, but have no desire to eat it again.

With the cravings gone, I noticed that I enjoy vegetables and fruits so much more than ever before. They now taste so much better than when I was eating Vegetarian! Talk about ironic. This is NOTHING like what I was expecting or the energy I was flowing in advance. I was practically DARING it not to work!

NOW, when I look back to when I used to eat the dairy & wheat-based stuff…I LOVED THEM…even though they weren’t good for my body! I thoroughly enjoyed eating them. According to Abraham and Jeannette, they must have been really good for my body except how awful I felt. Clearly, despite loving the food, it wasn’t healthy for me.

The Deliberate Creator in me is well aware of the power of our vibration, thoughts, feelings, and emotions…but THIS experience has shown me that there is way MORE involved! Clearly, when my body got what it needed in nutrients, it figured out the rest despite my doubting vibration. Plus, I’ve heard that while a large percentage of us do well on Paleo, a smaller percentage actually does do well on the Vegetarian diet that didn’t work for me. That tells me there is also a bio-chemical issue at hand.

I recognize that with every thought, our brain cascades chemicals to the body, so there is a biochemical factor to every thought and experience. LOA purists may say that I must have been flowing a positive vibration, but I know that is not true in this instance. This experience showed me that even with major skepticism/doubt, a positive outcome can be created!

Yes, I was skeptical before I even started eating Paleo and that negative vibrational start should have had an equal affect on my experience. Still, I took each step in *good faith*, approaching each meal with the attitude of “what do I feel like eating that is Paleo-compliant?”. When I noticed at the end of the first week how easy it had been, how good my body felt (light yet fully satiated), how the hunger and bloating was gone, and how much more energy I had, I was delighted! I proceeded with that feeling of delight, and a month later when I started noticing weight loss (I no longer have a scale, so I don’t know how much), that was icing on the proverbial cake…gluten-free, of course!

What are your thoughts about vibration versus bio-chemical response?

 

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26 thoughts on “Vibration or Bio-Chemical?

  1. Love this post- food can be a tricky vibe- because there is so much “logical ” info out there and because its such a deep part of our culture? I am working on my own beliefs about food and what I feed my kids and finding my feel good:) It is what we believe it is and only we can know what is abs. perfecct and to find that out- I would have to PLAY!!:) Thank you Nancy!

    • Play is what creatives do, right, Sarah?!? 😉

      In the 1990s I had gotten into good shape by eating a low-fat diet and learning ballroom dance. Then, I got a blood clot in my chest! The second one, by the way, as the first one happened 14 yrs earlier. Turns out the algae supplements had mostly Vitamin K instead of all the good enzymes and other vitamins they claimed. If I had known, I wouldn’t have taken them with the clot history.

      At one point, I was wondering if there were deep, dark hidden emotional issues that were blocking weightloss. Eating Paleo proved that wrong…in about a month.

      Still, when you say ‘it is what we believe it is”…I was so in doubt about Paleo that it should have reflected in my results. The results are so stellar and beyond my expectations, that I would have done this in a heart-beat AGES ago…if I had known!

      Thank you for stopping by 🙂

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  2. Very interesting stuff. I think it may be that sometimes we aren’t aware of what we’re vibrating. Also, since our bodies are made up of cells each vibrating separately but in cooperation with each other,it stands to reason that the combined vibration of our body’s cells could be slightly different from the vibration we are consciously aware of with our minds. That could at least partially explain the difference between what we expect certain foods to do to our bodies and what the foods actually do.

    • Hi, Jackie!

      our bodies are made up of cells each vibrating separately but in cooperation with each other,it stands to reason that the combined vibration of our body’s cells could be slightly different from the vibration we are consciously aware of with our minds

      Excellent point!

      I now suspect part of the reason that eating Vegetarian didn’t work for me (and many others) is that it contained a lot of dairy & wheat to make up for the lack of meat. Although, eating just fruits and veggies feels too restrictive to me.

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  3. Our “higher self” is always guiding us towards what it is that we **truly** desire; if we’re open to receiving that message…we will **hear** it, and ultimately receive it. You were open, you heard, and you received…kudos! = )

  4. I say it was Vibration…. We have so many thoughts running through our head on a daily basis (which create those vibrations) – I don’t believe we are always as aware of our vibes as we think we are.

    Abraham has talked about when something will happen even though it appears someone is out of alignment with it … but their desire was so great it happens.

    I think of when I took my drivers test … I was so afraid – so afraid that I failed (I didn’t do anything major wrong … but thought I wasn’t good enough – yes that was a theme in my life those days!) Even when the envelope came – I had been told if it was a fat envelope you failed because they had the test in it marked with what you did wrong .. and if it was thin you passed. I saw the envelope … it was thin … but I still thought I failed! Anyways I passed … My Desire to drive was Huge, Huge … And while I wasn’t feeling happy and sure about it … that Desire brought it to me.

    If you watch any of the reality shows – Dancing with the Stars, The Voice – so often you hear the winners say … I never thought I would win this – but the Desire to win was Big.

    So what does that got to do with you Nancy? … You say you were skeptical about Paleo … but seems to me the desire to find a diet/plan that worked for you was BIG! Though you were skeptical you were hearing other people rave about it … that absolutely affects our vibrations … even when we say we still don’t believe it – we still have stored some positive information about it.

    And you even aided this to work for you .. but not having any big expectations on it … by giving yourself a way out! Your skepticism gave you room to be OK with whatever was or wasn’t happening! That is Vibration … in essence that is Allowing!!

    I don’t think you were as negative as you think you were .. and I think you had a Big desire to find an eating plan that was healthy for you!

    My .02 cents! 😉

    Hugs,
    Ellie
    Ellie Walsh recently posted…Will it Really Happen When it is Supposed To?!

    • Thanks for your 2 cents, Ellie ~ always great to have you share your thoughts. I’m cracking up how you’ve mapped out all the logical reasons why it *must* be my vibration!

      I still cannot agree, however, because I remember how I felt. You are right about one thing: I wasn’t attached except maybe to prove it wouldn’t work! Is *defiance* a form of “allowing”? LOL!

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

    • Hi, Jeannette…fancy meeting you here! 😀

      I am appreciating everyone’s comments on this topic, and knowing how coaching clients feel when the “coaches” think they have it all figured out. Quite enlightening, all around 😉

      Here’s the thing: IF my vibration was the reason that eating Paleo gave me so many benefits, then why did I have to change the food I ate before I saw results? If this is vibration only, then my vibration was such that I should not have had to change my diet to see the results I saw by eating Paleo. I’d love the explanation for that! 8-|

      Plus, is DEFIANCE is a legitimate form of *allowing*? 😉

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  5. I don’t think I have it all figured out … .Well wait I do at least on this – Nothing happens without vibration … and everything is vibrating! 😉

    So … I’m not saying it is vibration only … Well wait – I am … It is your vibration AND the vibration of the food. It is a co-creation! Most things we do in this world are co-creations!

    And from what I have read about your thoughts on food … You do believe there are foods that are healthier. So you have a belief / vibration about food!

    From what I read in this post it makes perfect vibrational sense that this worked for you. Within 1 week you Loved!! Had you hated it … I don’t think we would be having this conversation. 😉
    Ellie Walsh recently posted…Breaking News: Procrastination Obliterated Forever!

    • I am appreciating this conversation, Ellie, and I certainly agree that everything is energy at it’s core…I teach that, as do you! 😉 We are not newbies to the idea of the quantum field possiblities.

      STILL…this experience shows me there is more than just vibration at play, or I would have, by virtue of the powerful desire you mentioned before, experienced the benefits without changing my diet.

      You bring up an interesting point about co-creating with the food itself! Source is present in everything, and we are Source co-creating with Source. It’s interesting that eating Paleo meant shifting to eating MORE MEAT and REMOVING most dairy & wheat/grains. Therefore, I could have been co-creating with the *meat*. Although, a philosophical discussion could be made that we co-create both with that which is present (meat) AND that which is absent (dairy & wheat/grains). OK, that makes my brain twist a little to think about.

      And to your comment…

      And from what I have read about your thoughts on food … You do believe there are foods that are healthier. So you have a belief / vibration about food!

      THAT is yet ANOTHER reason why Paleo should NOT have worked for me: I had STRONG beliefs that you cannot eat a lot of meat and/or meat fat and lose weight! Yet, that’s exactly what happened, despite my belief or my energy of *daring this not to work*.

      Thank you for making me smile as read through your comments and help me pin this down, Ellie. Still not convinced it was vibration alone!

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  6. You may have been vibrating on the frequency of the Paleo diet, or at least the major foods in it, without realizing it. Your strong belief about not eating a lot of meat and losing weight meant that you were concentrating on that and the Universe doesn’t always hear the word ‘not’. Your vibration may have said ‘eat a lot of meat, lose weight’.

    • Did you change your mind, Jeannette, or did I misunderstand your previous comment and your original blog post?

      I got the impression you were clear that it was vibrational only, and that there was no bio-chemical factor. Want to make sure I am understanding what you meant.

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  7. Reposted from separate threads on Facebook:

    Paleo (or anything) works because we share these ideas with each other. MOST of the people who find relief are not making the choice as intentional creators, they are making what seems like a rational (or obvious or exciting or high-potential or whatever) choice for them. And it works because they gather evidence and find what they want and continue flowing that evidence.

    This is also about the path of least resistance. Manifesting thoughts are always highly efficient and will find the easiest way to assert themselves. Now, that’s the theory (according to a few handsome non-physical types I hang out with).

    And, I have a few things in my life that don’t hold up well under the LOA “theory” but I do remind myself often that my physical focus is very limited, that I have intentional blinders on, and that when I croak THEN the story will be over, but until then it’s all unfolding and there’s plenty of thoughts I’m thinking that I don’t have enough contrast to see clearly right now. And… all is well regardless.

    Not trying to short-circuit any discussion here. Just throwing in my two cents.
    *~*
    And… if I may add something that JUST came up in a private session… Paul was working with someone on pre-paving (a first, if I can remember) and was reminding them that we never get rid of anything. They invited this person to look at reality as an ongoing, unfolding story, and to think of it like a symphony. If the French Horn player strikes the wrong note, the conductor doesn’t stop the live performance and kick him in the shins. He just points or looks at the player and then everyone playing takes in the contrast and continues playing the delicious and harmonious notes. But I know that I tend to over-analyze the past in preparation for the future and that gets in the way of me actually having what I’m wanting. And when I just treat my life as ongoing (instead of a narrative that needs to be coherent to others or a test where I’m going to have to prove my work), things tend to work better and I always feel better (which was the point of all this in the first place!).
    *~*
    (In response to Jackie’s comment: Some people say that foods have their own vibration. It may be that grains don’t vibrate in a way that is compatible with the overall physical vibrations of some people. The grains we have today have been messed with a lot and have some proteins in them in higher amounts than in the past. This may have changed the vibration of the grain to the point where our bodies can’t figure out what to do with it.)

    But Jackie, that can only be true if we are living in an objective reality, and everything I know says that my reality is highly subjective and that my body and the grains (or proteins) know exactly what they are doing with each other.
    *~*
    Actually, I think the idea of subjective reality is what this whole conversation is about. But, then again, I’m still in a post-channeling glow and may come back to this conversation later and say: “What the heck?!!” 😉
    *~*
    Nancy — In my mind, that’s your path of least resistance. That’s the way this issue is working itself out. Through Paleo, through the realization of an addiction, etc. While Abe may say something different, Paul definitely says to never (for example) NOT go to the Doctor or Dentist when that feels better after one has made a decision for well-being. In other words, we don’t have to prove that LOA works by disregarding intuition. The Doctor or the Dentist or the Diet may be the path of least resistance and the fastest way to get there.

    • Thank you, Frank, for giving me permission to copy your Facebook responses to the blog so they would be captured.

      Secondly…DING DING DING I feel you are getting closer to the real issue than has previously been discussed. These insights are awesome, and I so appreciate the conversation that has developed on this subject.

      I am particularly struck by these comments:

      that can only be true if we are living in an objective reality, and everything I know says that my reality is highly subjective and that my body and the grains (or proteins) know exactly what they are doing with each other.

      and

      Actually, I think the idea of subjective reality is what this whole conversation is about. But, then again, I’m still in a post-channeling glow and may come back to this conversation later and say: “What the heck?!!” 😉

      Fascinating point…and that is resonating for me!

      Thanks for joining the conversation, Frank!

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  8. Nancy,
    I love the conversation you’ve started here because this is a topic I’m passionate about. I DO NOT think belief is a required component in alignment. We do not live in an emotional Universe. We live in a vibrational Universe. I’m far less curious about what you believed than I am about your focus, and I’m guessing your focus was on being healthy and feeling good.

    I think we place way too much emphasis on belief. It is only one path to alignment. It’s only one way to get focused. There are many, many possible paths. In your case, taking a different action in and of itself was focus and therefore obviously lead to alignment.

    http://www.lisamhayes.com/breaking-news-your-feelings-dont-matter.php

    That post more or less sums up my 2 cents worth.

    • Lisa, you have an interesting point about focus in that I know I have been focused on health and well-being for a LONG time…even more so when I started to see how important it is to advocate for our own health, versus leaving it to others.

      Thank you for sharing the link to your blog post. In the comments to that post, you write

      You know what? I completely agree with you that feelings are very important when it comes to health. In fact, I would tend to say emotions are the most important thing when it comes to health and well being.

      Hmmm…OK…I guess, then, you are saying emotions ARE important but beliefs are not. Don’t beliefs often spring FROM our emotions on a topic?!?

      Great to have you stop by, Lisa!

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  9. I think everything that exists is vibration whether we call it bio-chemical or just vibration so that’s my short answer. YOUR vibration and your vibrational response trumps any expert out there saying its good or bad and thus influencing your vibration to some degree because ultimately we create our own realities, through our own internal feedback. I agree with Frank and COL that we are living in an individual, subjective reality.

    Some vibrations are match for us at a certain time in our lives and others are not and LOA sorts ALL the included vibrations out, not us. It’s the path of least resistance that evolves continuously. As long as we are being present and paying attention we keep up with the evolution of it all. And sometimes the contrast brings clarity for the next part. Nancy, you saying you expected eating vegetarian to be healthier and not finding that in your experience was contrast to decide what felt better to YOU from your own guidance. If Paleo feels better then that’s the best answer- for NOW, who knows what it may evolve to?!

    This time around you seem to have used your previous experience and gave yourself 30 days knowing you could stop if it didn’t feel good, like you could’ve done when trying out vegetarianism…which you ultimately did but who’s to say that that experience didn’t contribute to your current satisfaction, in a non-linear way that you—and certainly not us in the peanut gallery—can comprehend?

    There have been many stories of people setting out on a path to prove the non existence of god only to discover greater connection to the Divine, that’s because underlying desire prevailed. I know a person who went to an Abe seminar specifically to prove to themselves they were fake/wrong and ended up falling in love with them. Like Ellie Walsh said about competitions and people saying they didn’t expect to win. There is much more to the story, hence why some on Facebook have called it going down the rabbit hole.

    Expectation plus experience plus how you feel during a certain time plus the sum totally of vibrations within you, plus who knows what else equals your experience in the moment. Like someone said on Jeannette’s blog, she had tried Atkins before and it worked wonders and later when she tried it again, she was attached to results and it didn’t work so well. Or maybe she was in a different/new place Vibrationally, or both and thus got different results than she expected based on previous experience. Which points out another human flawed premise-we expect that if something worked then, it should work now. Nothing wrong to assume and test that theory, but it helps to remember that we are a brand new being in each moment with a new mix of vibrations.

    “made me gag” – yeah I’ve had things like that happen when I decided through a combination of stories/ vibrations/decisions that something wasn’t good for me and then it really wasn’t- again we create our own reality.

    As a kid I loved chocolate and one day I ate some bad chocolate and for a while I whenever I tried to eat chocolate, I couldn’t without wanting to gag. It had nothing to do with the actual chocolate, only with the physical and vibrational associations with how that one (1!!) made me feel. Even though I intellectually knew this piece of chocolate was different than the bad one I had ingested, yet the association was too much. My guidance was working perfectly- for that moment in time. And then I forgot the bad (aka let go of those vibrational expectations) and my desire prevailed, I enjoyed chocolate again!

    Which brings me to the topic of food allergies- Some say they are allergic and don’t like the item anyway (desire matches and so the person isn’t feeling like they are missing out), others say they love it but can’t have it or it comes with consequences (they feel they are missing out on something they love, as if their body is betraying them).

    A theory I’ve heard is that the person in question may not think they are worthy of certain pleasures and one way it shows up is with food. Is it the food/ or the vibration? Or both…for now? The answer, like my non-physical friends like to remind us, is: what would you like from here? What feels better from where you are?

    • WOW, FLAVIA!!!

      You certainly have some interesting points, and all of these stood out for me:

      who’s to say that that experience didn’t contribute to your current satisfaction, in a non-linear way that you—and certainly not us in the peanut gallery—can comprehend?

      There have been many stories of people setting out on a path to prove the non existence of god only to discover greater connection to the Divine, that’s because underlying desire prevailed. I know a person who went to an Abe seminar specifically to prove to themselves they were fake/wrong and ended up falling in love with them.

      another human flawed premise-we expect that if something worked then, it should work now. Nothing wrong to assume and test that theory, but it helps to remember that we are a brand new being in each moment with a new mix of vibrations.

      Since I noticed my tastebuds changed about 3 months after I had started, and therefore after I began noticing how easy and effortless eating Paleo was for me, and realizing that wheat (and/or dairy) were causing my cravings, I have to agree on your point about gagging.

      Thank you for your ingsights, Flavia!

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

  10. I haven’t taken the time to read all of the comments above, so I don’t know if I am about to repeat something that has already been mentioned. Forgive me if my insight doesn’t shed light.

    1. There is scientific proof that thoughts affect every cell of the body. Simple LOA at work here.
    2. The heart has it own electro-magnetic field, but can be influenced by the brain.
    3. The body, just like the brain, can have a chemical imbalance. If we put the right fuel into it, a switch activates the response needed to clear that imbalance. Once cleared, you see the desired results.
    4. The body also has an intelligence. Each cell knows its function according to its type. It responds to whatever fuel we give it. And yes, the fuel of thoughts can affect it, but so can the right food fuel and water too.
    5. The body is so complex. No one life style fits all. We are to experiment and finds what works for us as individuals. It takes the right combination of foods/exercise/water/thoughts/meditation/internal and external vibrational stimulation and maybe more, to come to perfect healing.

    I’m suspecting that this way of eating restored your body to its natural balance while clearing your tasted buds to their original state so those functioned better too.

    Let’s also remember that wheat today is not at all the same wheat our ancesters had. GMO’s (that’s another discussion), have tainted whatever goodness existed in wheat.

    Congratulations on finding your perfect combination

    • Thank you so much, Jacqueline, for bringing your fabulous comment on FB over to the blog!

      LOVE your insights, particularly #3 and 4:

      3. The body, just like the brain, can have a chemical imbalance. If we put the right fuel into it, a switch activates the response needed to clear that imbalance. Once cleared, you see the desired results.
      4. The body also has an intelligence. Each cell knows its function according to its type. It responds to whatever fuel we give it. And yes, the fuel of thoughts can affect it, but so can the right food fuel and water too.

      Oh, that lights me up with the IDEA/THOUGHT behind the food itself.

      I know food used to be used as medicine, and when you think about the lifeforce in whole foods (which are a big part of eating Paleo), then I can see that the VIBRATION of the food can have an impact in shifting the body’s health and well-being. Just like how herbs can shift a body back into health and well-being.

      Thank you for sharing, Jacqueline!

      Many blessings,
      Nancy

      • In the simplest of terms, EVERYTHING is energy. Emotions are energy in motion. Thoughts are energy. Diseases are low energy. To overcome them, we choose higher energy component to treat them. Food, oils, thought processing, etc., all impact the results.

        Food from a can has zero frequency. So how can one become well by eating out of a can? Whole foods would have the higher frequency and therefore promote a healthier balance. It is something to remember and carry through on when we enter that grocery store.

        Blessings Dear One,
        Jacqueline

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