This is a quick update, since I’m still waiting for Internet service at my new apartment. I managed to find an ISP that offers unlimited data plans, so it was worth the wait.
I’m starting to get settled in Niagara Falls. The chaos of unpacking is slowly turning into order. What remains requires shelves, so I’ll be shopping for bookcases and the like this week.
Last night, I took in my first live band at one of the watering holes on Lundy’s Lane (one of the tourist areas at Niagara Falls). It’s also the first time I’ve been on a dance floor since I got out of the hospital, last year. The band was great! There is usually a live band at this pace every Saturday night, and its only a 15-minute walk from my apartment.
When I arrived, I was greeted by an excited young lady. I met her earlier in the week. She broke her foot five weeks ago, and it was not healing. I suggested she try using colloidal silver to stop the bleeding. She happily informed me that after three days of applying colloidal silver to her wound, it was finally healing, and quickly at that. Five weeks of prescription antibiotics had not helped to heal her wounded foot.
Earlier in the evening, I tried a nearby Chinese buffet that just opened. The food was disappointing. My dining companion was shocked while in the ladies room. She saw our waitress exit one of the stalls and returned to work without washing her hands. After that, we both observed a mouse scurrying around the lighting fixtures, above the buffet. Needless to say, we will not be back at that establishment. We went next door for dessert.
Last week, I met a fellow who has been diagnosed with lung cancer, and is contemplating chemotherapy. I mentioned that I’ve read that cancer is really a fungus, and that it can’t exist in an alkaline environment. We discussed a couple of different claims that I’ve read where cancer has been cured. One uses baking soda and molasses, the other uses hemp oil. He was interested in the baking soda & molasses. Since he doesn’t have Internet access, I wrote the details on a 3×5 card for him. It’s simply a teaspoon of each, daily. The goal is to have a pH level between 7.0 and 7.5 (slightly alkaline, below 7.0 is acidic) the dosage can be increased to 2 or 3 teaspoons, twice daily.
Of course, I have discussed Bitcoin with several people in the last few weeks, including a variety store owner, on my way home, last night. It was a bit odd… I left the club at 2:00 AM, and stopped in the variety store to get out of the rain for a few minutes. One of the guys who sang a couple of songs with the band was talking to the owner. He recognized me, and the three of us started talking. When the discussion turned to Bitcoin as a method of payment with lower transaction fees than traditional credit & debit cards, the owner became very interested. I finally got home at 3:00 AM.
So, it seems my first meaningful interactions with people in Niagara Falls have been all about teaching, healing, and having fun. This chapter of my life seems to be off to an excellent start. The blessings of health, wealth, love, and happiness that I performed in my apartment are now being extended to the places I frequent. I have begun performing Reiki in these places.
It is always amazing to see who the Universe sends my way for healing. I fixed 28 broken hearts while I was in South Carolina. I upgraded my arsenal of healing methods and expanded my abilities while in Greene, New York. Obtaining my Master’s certification in Usui and Akhanda Ru forms of Reiki has been a real confidence builder.