Take time to notice where connection begins. Researchers gathered our data from Botany, Ecology, Human Anatomy Physiology, Medicine, Nutrition and Medical Ecopsychology.

An object either remains at rest or continues to move at a constant velocity, unless acted upon by a force. The sum of the forces on an object is equal to the Mass of that object multiplied by the acceleration.
When one body exerts a force on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force equal in magnitude and opposite in direction on the first body.

All species of organisms arise and develop through the natural selection of small, inherited variations that increase the individuals ability to compete, survive and reproduce evolutionary theory.

  •  Sequential thinking of consciousness
  • Understanding of personal path, ritual, ceremonies and daily choices.
  •  Universal consciousness.

 Suffering originates from ignorance

  • Bring self union of Mind, Body and Spirit through its eight limbs which include:
  • Opening your door to your Heart to the World without looking out your window and seeing the Essence. As the more you know, the less you understand. The Master arrives without leaving – Sees the light without looking and Achieves without doing a thing – Leading to an immanent Global Destiny to live Immortal.

Yama: Universal Morality
Niyama: Personal Observance
Asana: Body Posture
Pranayama: Breathing Exercise
Pratyahara: Sense
Dharana: Concentration and Inner Perceptual Awareness
Dhyana: Devotion and Meditation on the Divine
Samadhi: Union of the Divine Laws of truth that govern Universe through Karmic Action to live in Wholeness.

So without as within. There is no Matter without Energy.

Cause and Effect known as Prakut (Potential Energy) and (effect) Purusha become (Self Awareness) Mahad which is equivalent to vital Prana (Life force / Energy); giving Ahamkara (the birth of Buddhi). Self Awareness is subdivided into the idea of right Action (Sattva) in conjunction with unknown variables (Tamas) to produce change (Raja). The union of change (Vaisheshika) pertain varies precepts from our 5 senses, the (Atman) Soul, Previous Experience (Anumama), Verbal Testimonies (Shabha) and our Conscious / Subconscious Mind.

Sit in a comfortable Chair or on a Cushion with your spine erect and your Feet flat on the ground. Keep your Head up with your Chin tilted slightly downward, and rest comfortably. As thoughts come in to your Mind, acknowledge them and let them go; don’t try to follow them or solve any problems. Close your Eyes and relax.  

•  Take a deep Breath in through your Nose and out through your Mouth expanding your Abdominal, filling and opening your Chest and …. Exhale deeply. Inhale slowly as you expand your Abdomen and Chest raise your Shoulders up towards your Ears. Pause for a few comfortable seconds …. and Exhale slowly releasing Shoulders, relaxing Chest, and contracting the Belly.

• Pause for a few comfortable seconds.

• Beginning with your Scalp and Face … Inhale and contract your Scalp and Facial muscles pause … and Exhale relaxing and releasing your Scalp and Facial muscles. Take a moment and continue down your body with rhythmic contraction and expansion while following your breath for each of the areas of your Neck, Shoulders, Arms, Hands, Torso, Stomach, Hips, Glutes, Thighs, Knees, lower Legs, Ankles, and Feet.

 2 minutes

• On your next Breath center your Being by connecting the Muscles of your entire Body. All the way up through your Head down to your Toes …. Pausing for a few comfortable moments and release.

13 minutes

This consciously contracting and releasing while following your Breath will relieve tension in Muscles, Tendons and Ligaments. While also facilitating an opening, releasing and relaxing your center, allowing you to set your intention.


Our Process



The length of this Cleanse can be anywhere from 21 days, and can include a number of supportive lifestyle Practices. Understandably, the longer the Cleanse, and the more supportive Practices you are willing to take on, the deeper the benefit will be. This style of Cleanse is workable at any time of Year, yet most beneficial at the junctions between Seasons, particularly around the onset of Spring and Autumn. This cleanse involves three distinct phases: Preparation, Active Cleansing, and Reintroduction Rejuvenation. This structure helps to ease the Body both into and out of the Cleanse, offering deep nourishment to the Tissues afterwards. This Cleanse primarily consists of Whole Grains, Kitchari, Vegetables, supportive detoxifying Herbs, Teas and Practices. The Active Cleansing Phase is the most intense; yet making up only one-third the total length of the Cleanse. Therefore, the length of this cleanse is entirely up to you.



Be observant of your Stools as a process of Elimination of Toxins. A Balanced Stool occurs 1-2 times per day, and once upon waking. A balanced stool is moderate, slightly oily, and soft, light brownish yellow shaped similar to a ripe banana with mild non-offensive odor, floats (because there is no ama), and is naturally easy to pass.

Imbalanced Vata (Air) stools: Are difficult to pass, causing painful straining and irregular with a tendency toward constipation. They are scanty, dry hard dark brown, bullet-like similar to a deer or rabbit droppings, with slightly mild astringent odor and sinks.

Imbalanced Pitta (Fire) Stools: Frequently occur 2-3 times per day and with a tendency toward diarrhea passing quickly usually feeling hot and urgent. They are moderate oily liquid yellow green or red loose, semi solid and frequently falling apart with sour, pungent, acidly strong odor, and can float or sink.

Imbalanced Kapha (Earth and Water) Stools: Occur 1-2 times per day, and may occasionally skip a day. Often feeling sluggish and slow. They are pale and pink, incomplete, well formed yet sticky or oily slimy with mucus with mild sweet odor, and can sink or float with mucus.



INTAKE AN APPROPRIATE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF FLUIDS. How much fluid is appropriate and can vary widely depending on ones’ age, constitution, imbalances, climate, and activity level. Chances are that if you tend to have dark, pungent, scanty or infrequent urination, tendency toward constipation, or dry skin, you may be under-hydrated. If so, try drinking a cup or two of warm water upon waking, and a 2 large cups of warm or room temperature water 20-30 minutes before your meals, avoiding iced beverages.

IMPLEMENT A DAILY ROUTINE starting with some simple focal points throughout your day: work toward getting up and going to sleep at about the same time, and try carving out a consistent time to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner each day; than adding Exercise 3-4 days per week to start your Metabolism.

MEDITATE to Reduce Stress by powering the number of subtle therapies for stress reduction. 10-15 min Meditation is a very effective technique; helping to minimize your experience of stress and encouraging the development of more constructive responses to stressful situations. Devote a Few Minutes Each Day to PRANAYAMA working with your breath to affect both gross and subtle aspects of the Mind-Body organism. Further, by breathing deeply into the Abdomen, you naturally unwind tension patterns that can inhibit Digestion and Elimination. Practicing Yoga is another therapy that can help to reduce stress, strengthen your digestion, and keeping the channel of elimination relaxed and flowing properly.

• Self-massage with warm oil using your choice of: Mahanarayan Oil, Sesame Oil, Vata Massage Oil, and Kapha Massage Oil.
• Warm Baths, Practice Meditation and Yoga and give yourself time for Contemplation, reflection or journaling to release the subtle levels of Emotional and Mental stress.



It matters not only what you eat, but also when you eat, how much you eat, even how you eat. Follow your appetite as an important precursor to nourishment. Hunger is a natural indication that the Body is ready to eat and that the digestive fire is strong enough to digest a meal, so it is best to eat only when you are hungry by asking yourself if you are emotionally objective. And, if you have eaten a substantial meal within the last 3-4 hours; coming from a natural feeling of lightness and clarity of a pleasant anticipation of eating, and are satisfied. An appropriate quantity recommendation of food are smaller meals as in the amount of food that you could hold in your two cupped hands (filling your stomach ⅓ with food, ⅓ with water, and leaving the final ⅓ empty for optimal).

• Warm, Cooked, Vegetarian and easy to Digest foods in plain Balsamic, Jasmine or Quinoa Rice with yellow Mung Dal (Lentils) or Kitchari. Other options are steamed Vegetables and Rice, Vegetable Soup and Oatmeal. Eat a healthy amount of Olive Oil, Ghee or Sunflower Oil to balance Vata.

• Raw foods, frozen foods, cold foods, dairy products, animal products (Meat or Eggs), and stimulants (Alcohol, Tobacco, Chocolate and Coffee) during this time.

• Cook with fresh Ginger Root & top your food with some Black Pepper.
• A slice of fresh Ginger with a squeeze of Lime and a pinch of Salt before meals to help ignite your Digestive Tract.

• To help support healthy Digestive and Elimination systems.



Warm Up

  1. Where going to take 5 deep ocean cleansing breaths. Focus on intent to your mind and body. To do this, start to inhale and exhale deeply. Place the tip of your tongue to the roof of your mouth, and inhale through your nose constricting your throat as if something is choking, maintaining the same tone, and exhale. On your final exhale make any sound that comes naturally and bring your awareness to Practice.
  2. Shoulders down. Keep your chest open, draw your chest and chin to the sky. Inhale slowly, curling your back sinking in your stomach drawing energy in, on your exhale follow an uncurl lengthening your back for a set of 10.
  3. On your last breath make 5 small round circles to the right and then 5 to your left.
  4. When you are ready slowly walk your hands to the front leaning your chest forward and take a few gentle breaths … Pause. Then walk your hands back and roll up slowly to a seated position. Lean your body to one side and come to hands and knees.
  5. Take a breath and gently lift your head up, exhale and curl your body in.
  6. On your next breath. Tuck your toes under micro bend at the knee and press your thighs up, driving your feet down and your hips to the sky. Take a deep breath making sure your knees are not locked out keeping them slightly bent. Feeling into your body making any minor adjustments shifting your weight to either leg, keep grounded at your feet while your hands are pressing into the ground, slightly bent at the elbows, and your shoulders away from your ears.
  7. On your last breath, inch up to your feet to your hands and exhale.
  8. Micro bend at the knee, inhale, sink deeper in your forward bend and exhale.
  9. Inhale lift your upper body half way, Exhale forward fold, Inhale half lift your body and exhale, hold … repeat 4 times.



  1. Release place your hands onto the ground walk or hop back driving your hips to the sky arching your upper body to the ground squeezing the front of your thighs. It is alright if your feet do not reach all the way to the ground.
  2. Inhale raise your right leg back behind you tightening the front part of both of your thighs keeping your right toes to shin. Hold, and push all your energy to the soles of both your feet … Keep reaching.
  3. Exhale bring your leg back down to the earth and raise your left leg back tightening the front of your thighs keeping your left toes to your shin, Hold, Exhale back to the ground.
  4. Inhale raise your right leg back behind you keeping your toes to your shin hold. Exhale, bring leg back to the ground, Inhale raise your left leg back keeping your toes to your shin front of your thighs tight, hold. Take another deep breath and release. Breath.
  5. On your next breath walk your feet to your hands, inhale Halfway lift your upper body and sharply Exhale into forward fold.
  6. Deep inhale Half lift your upper body and Exhale release the arms giving both your elbows a big hug breath and Sink deeper. Hold here for countdown 15, and release.
  7. Slowly roll your body up where your shoulders and head are the last to rise, bringing your feet together.
  8. Beautiful.


Sun Salutations

  1. Don’t worry if you don’t exceed perfectly, just focus on your Body Awareness for a set of 10. Inhale raise your arms above your head keeping your shoulders down, exhale swoop your arms down bending at your waist lower your upper body forward, inhale halfway lift your upper body placing your hands on your knees, exhale place your hand on the ground step or hop back, and slowly lower your body down hovering the ground engaging your core. Inhale raise your chest keeping your arms close to your body pressing your forearms to the ground arching your back, hold … Exhale and lower your body down. On your next inhale tuck your toes and with your hands push your body rising up driving your hips to the sky arching your back to the ground, and exhale. Breathe, step or hop forward keeping your knees slightly bent. Inhale Halfway lift, exhale micro bend at the knees, inhale raise up sweeping your arms above your head and exhale back to your body to your Heart.
  2. Repeat for 9 more repetitions.



  1. Take a last cleansing breath.
  2. Now place your left foot to either your right ankle, calf or upper inner thigh avoiding the knee, where it’s most comfortable for you, and Bring your hands to prayer or any Mudra you are comfortable with hold here for 20 seconds and release.
  3. Shake it out, breath and switch legs, hold for 20 seconds, release, shake it out.


Standing Asanas

  1. Take a deep breath and step your right leg back to a 45-degree diagonal bending your front leg straight down to a lunge. Be sure your knee is above your ankle keeping your hips squared, grounding your back foot laterally and squeezing the front part of your thighs. Take a deep breath in reach with both arms above your head sending energy through fingers lifting from your chest, and exhale, Hold here for 5 more breaths.
  2. On your next inhale lean your upper body back exhale sending your arms behind and hold for 3 more breaths.
  3. On your next inhale lean your upper body back exhale sending your arms behind and hold for 3 more breaths.
  4. Bring your right leg back down to the ground, straighten out your right leg placing your arms behind your back, reaching your chest forward while hinging at the hip to the front of your left thigh, if you are unable to, keep your head to your knees.
  5. Breath, Release and Slowly rise up, Step forward, Switch legs and repeat on the left leg.
  6. Take a deep breath, turn to your left, widen your legs and bend forward at your waist and move your upper body to each leg, breath and hold for 5 seconds on each leg and return to center.
  7. Halfway lift your upper body, inhale, raise up exhale place your right foot forward left foot at 90-degree angle and arms out parallel to your body, take a deep breath and exhale lunge slightly forward.
  8. Reach out sending energy through fingertips deepening your stretch keeping grounded at the sole of your feet down to your toes while tightening and opening your core.
  9. Take a deep breath and bring your right arm to your inner thigh. Swoop your left up through tilting your upper body to the right with your palm facing down looking past your fingers and Breath.
  10. Here if you want to challenge yourself you can bind by lowering your chest, bringing your right arm behind and under your leg holding the other hand and peeling away your shoulder to the sky.
  11. For those who want to go even further, bend a bit at the knees, bring your back leg closer and press down slightly to stand for 5 cleansing breaths.
  12. Unbind release and or rise to the sky keeping lunged forward arms parallel.
  13. In breath reach your right arm back left arm falling to your left leg. Exhale back to center to wide leg stance and repeat on the left side.
  14. Inhale slowly rise to face and stand forward and exhale.


Kneeling Asanas

  1. Deep breath bends at the waist, hands to the ground, hop or step back lowering your upper body lifting your right leg up into your body, sweeping your right foot up and over to your left hip lowering your body to the ground. Keep your chest high to the sky and breathe.
  2. If you want to challenge yourself reach both or your left hand and grab your left foot. Exhale release left hand and foot to the ground, breathe and lean forward placing your hands on the ground un-tucking your right leg from left hip sending it back.
  3. Now tuck your toes and push lifting your body up and lifting your left leg up into your body and repeat.
  4. Inhale, shift your weight to the right side and send your left leg back to hands and knees.
  5. Thread your right hand to your left arm for 5 slow breaths. Un-thread and thread your left hand to under your right shoulder for 5 more slow breaths and un-thread.
  6. Back to hands and knees roll up to kneeling.
  7. Take a deep Breath, kneel up sending your hips forward, tuck your toes and reach both your hands back to your heels. Keep your chest lifted to the sky and breathe.
  8. Gaze through and hold for countdown of 20 and release arms and body.


Hands & Knees Asanas

  1. Un-tuck your toes back to a centered lifted kneel and extend your left leg out to your side. Inhale, swoop your right arm over to the left leg and exhale. Breathe.
  2. Swoop arm back to your side and come to lifted kneel. Extend your right leg out to your side and inhale, swooping your left arm over to the right leg, and Exhale. Breathe.
  3. Swoop your arm back to your side and come to hands and knees.
  4. Inhale extend right leg back and right arm forward, keeping your toes to shin squeezing both your knees exhale, bend your right leg and bring your arm and leg back to hand and knees.
  5. Inhale lift your left leg back and left arm forward, keeping your toes to shin squeezing both your knees exhale, bend your left leg and bring arm and leg back. Inhale and Exhale repeat 5 more times.
  6. Release to hands and knee. Repeat for three more breaths keeping your balance Release to hands and knee. Repeat for three more breaths keeping your balance
  7. Take another breath and release. Come to a seated position.


Seated Asanas

  1. Sit wide legged, inhale, and exhale your upper body forward. Reach your fingertips down to the ground. Breathe, Hold for 20 second countdown.
  2. Slowly raise your chest to the sky and bring both legs together. Inhale reach the upper body forward, exhale, touch your chest to your knees or place hands to shin or toes. Breath slowly and hold for a countdown of 20.
  3. Rise your upper body up to center. Inhale bend right knee placing right foot to inner left hip crease and exhale.
  4. Inhale reach your body forward with your left index and middle finger grabbing your big toe.
  5. For an even deeper bind move the right hand behind your back to your right foot and exhale. Hold and breath for a countdown of 10 seconds.
  6. Take a deep Breath and release. Inhale bend left knee placing left foot to inner right hip crease exhale reach upper body forward reaching right index and middle fingers to big toe.
  7. Bind with your left hand behind your back to your left foot, hold, breath for 10 seconds.
  8. Breath and slowly release your left leg and raise your body to the sky. Inhale and bend your knees together. Exhale, hug your knees. Inhale, Exhale release legs.
  9. Inhale raise both your legs balancing on the middle of your bottom while tightening your core.
  10. Exhale slowly while rolling your upper body down to the ground holding your legs up.
  11. As you lower to the ground bend the knees for flat back, inhale hug your knees to chest exhale releasing your legs to the ground.


Stretching Asanas

  1. Lay on the right side rest your head on your upper arm.
  2. Inhale, bend your right arm and lift your head. Exhale, bring your right hand to cup and support your head with your fingers pointing toward your shin. Toes to shin.
  3. Gently breath hold your whole body in one line from elbow to heels.
  4. Inhale, bend your left knee and grab a hold of your big toe with your left index and middle finger. Reach your right leg toward the sky. Maintain your balance and hold for 10 seconds.
  5. Release your toe and right leg.
  6. Roll to the left side and repeat on the left side.
  7. Inhale Exhale and release lower down and roll onto your stomach.
  8. Come up to hands and knees.


Strengthening Asanas

  1. Lower your hips to your heels or your feet relaxing your arms in front of you. You can also place your palms up or have your arms down to your side.
  2. Take 5 deep breaths on your last breath, come back to hands and knees, and walk your hands out to hips width apart, tuck your toes and lower your head to the earth hold, and breath for countdown 20 seconds.
  3. Take a deep breath, lean forward lowering your upper body down and your core to the earth with your arms above your head.
  4. Breath, tighten your core and lift both arms and legs up off the earth and hold for a countdown 20 seconds release.
  5. Keep breathing and repeat.
  6. If you want you may bring arms to your side and hold for countdown of 5 and release. Gentle breath, bend your knees, rock your legs side to side.


Heart Asanas

  1. Inhale rise to hands and knees.
  2. Exhale lower your hips to your heels.
  3. Inhale rise to hands and knees.
  4. Exhale curl in your toes.
  5. Inhale, lower your hips to your heels and your head to the earth.
  6. On your next inhale slowly roll your body up, rising your chest to the sky, place one hand to the ground and roll to one side.
  7. Inhale and exhale unbend your knees and place your feet in front of you keeping your chest to the sky.
  8. Inhale and exhale slowly roll your upper body back to the ground.


Cool Down

  1. Inhale, bend your knees and put the soles of your feet on the earth. Exhale, draw your right knee into your chest and extend your left leg flat onto the earth with your left toes to the sky. Inhale … Exhale and cross your right knee over your body to the ground of your left side. You can hook your right foot behind your left knee.
  2. Open and extend your right arm to the right, keeping it lined with your shoulders. Relax your left hand on your right knee or extend it to the left.
  3. Keep your palms toward the sky. Turn your head and rest over your shoulder through your fingertips. Gently breath and Hold here for 10 breaths.
  4. Inhale release and exhale both legs to the ground. Breath.
  5. Inhale, bend your knees, press into the soles of your feet lifting your hips slightly off the ground to the sky about an inch of the ground. Breathe, release your hips to the ground.
  6. Now take a deep cleansing breath, bring your knees to your chest bringing your legs wider than your hips and reach your arms in the inside of your thighs gripping your big toes with your index and middle fingers.
  7. Begin to rock side to side, relax, breath deep, and release your knees down touching the soles of your feet together for deep cleansing breaths.
  8. And when you are ready relax your legs down and out the soles of your feet forward palms facing up.
  9. Inhale sweep your arms above your head sending your energy from above to below, inward and out, and exhale.

Life Principles:

Compassion for all living things Commitment to truthfulness and non-stealing: SOMA.

Universal Principle

Divine OnenessEverything is Connected to everything else in this Universe. What we Think-Say-Do and our Beliefs will have a corresponding effect on others and the Universe around us.

Vibration – Everything in the Universe is always moving, vibrating and traveling in circular patterns. The same principles of vibration in the Physical world apply to our Thoughts-Feelings-Desires-Wills in the Etheric world. Each Sound-Thing-Thought has its own unique Vibrational Frequency unto itself.

Action – Must be employed in order for us to manifest things on Earth. We must engage in actions that support our Thoughts-Dreams-Emotions-Words.

Correspondence – The Physical world Energy-Light-Vibration-Motion have their corresponding principles in the Etheric “As Above, So Below”.

Cause and Effect  Nothing happens by chance or outside the Etheric. Every Action including Thought has a Reaction or Consequence.

Compensation – The Universe provides Blessings and Abundance. A visible effect of our deeds is given to us in form.

Attraction – Demonstrates how we create the Things-Events-People in which come into our Lives-Thoughts-Feelings-Words-Actions producing Energies which, in turn attract like Energies. Negative Energies attract negative energies and Positive Energies attract positive energies.

Transmutation of Energy – All persons have within the Power to change the conditions of their Lives. Higher vibrations Consume and Transform lower ones; thus, each of us can change the Energies in our Lives by understanding and applying to effect change.

Reality – Each person Receives a series of Invitations / Lessons for the purpose of Strengthening the Light within. Each of these lessons is to be a challenge and remains connected to our Hearts when proceeding to solve them. Allowing and Expanding perspectives.

Polarity – Everything is on a continuum and has an opposite. We can Suppress and Transform by the opposite.

Rhythm  – Everything Flows, Out-In-Rise-Fall. Rhythmically equal compensates.

Gender – Everything and Everyone has a balance of Masculine and Feminine Energetic components.

Cosmic Principal

Quality of action: Sattva (light), Raja (energy), and Tamas (matter). Mahat (Cosmic intelligence) following manifestation in empirical form of Divinity by releasing toxins / stress or false ego and perceptions.

5 Elements

Our outer world affects our reactions to pain by various internal and external inner needs. Such are the 5 elements (Ether, Air, Fire, Water, and Earth), the positioning directions (East, West, North, South, NE, SE, SW, and NW) and Time relevant to the slower the longer life and the faster the shorter. Ether: Hearing, Air: Tactile, Fire: Vision, Water: Taste, and Earth: Smell.

5 Sensory Organs

Ear – sound related to Ether
Skin – touch related to Air
Eye – sight related to Fire
Tongue – taste related to Water
Nose – smell related to Earth
As these are receptive only to Physical Body.

5 Motor Organs

Mouth – expression of sound related to Ether
Hand – grasping of Air related to touch
Feet – motion of Fire related to sight
Urino Genital (emission)of Water to taste
Anus (elimination)of Earth related to smell.
As these are Expressive only, not receptive.

3 Doshas

Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are the principles that govern psychological response and pathological changes.

Vata: is Dry, light movement. When in balance promotes creativity and when out of balance promotes fear and anxiety. 

Pitta: is Hot, Sharp, transformation digestion, when in balance promotes understanding and learning and when out of balance promotes anger jealousy and hate. 

Kapha: is Heavy, Oily, liquid lubrication and structured. When in balance promotes love, calmness, and forgiveness and when out of balance creates congestive disorder and greed.

Janma: karmic influence Deha: mental and emotional state Dosha: the ratio of time, place, season, and date Mana: the mental constituency of Raja, Tamas, and Sattvas.

Acu (puncture / pressure)


Features will show intensity in the eyes, tension in and around their eyes, jaw, shoulder, and chest. Let not “anger” just be displayed as a negative emotion but also as a positive one as a component to keeping our social values and behaviors in check, when it is associated with protecting others. Wood element is a typical trait including temper, leadership, competitive, passionate focus, rooted active, loud, confident protective, assertive, innovative, driven, and self referential. Wood concerns are around growth, focus, drive, boundaries, competition, anger, aggression, power, control, domination, enforcement, learning patience, learning forgiveness, justice, understanding others points of view, and future as well as responding to life events. In romance Wood does very well romantically with Fire as it creates a generating force. 

Yin Pair: Liver which activities between 1 am to 3am Yang Pair: Gallbladder between 11pm to 1am


Fire is associated with manic joy. Fire when balanced radiates joy within their hearts. Without love one can experience severe depression and withdraw fire. Characteristics include loving, charming, animated, whimsical, funny, shame, spontaneous, impulsive, scattered, intuitive, magnetic, and flirtatious. Fire element is concerned with love, happiness, fun, shame, trust, bonding, betrayal, abandonment, emotional stability, relationship, spontaneity, blame, intimacy, intuition, and attention. An excess of Fire will show behaviors of disorganization and heartbreak. Deficient Fire displays, joyless, loveless, practical, cold, independent, unpleasant, uncaring, unavailable, and predictable.

Yin Pair: Heart 11am to 1pm, Triple Warmer 9pm to 11pm, Yang Pair: Small Intenstines 9pm to 11pm


Earth is concerned with worry, confusion, nurturing, conforming others, support, stability, consistency, comfort, pleasure, children, food, and collecting. Earth elemental traits are of being grounded, stable, supported, loving, warm, comforting, slow moving, worry, confusion, connected, consistent, crave comfort and pleasure, food integral, and fear of change. Earth element responds to life events and issues by taking care other’s, support, expectation, worry, confusion, over nurturing, accommodating, eating, fussing, and freezing. Earth element is the calm of the storm, grounding and immovable in their decisions and actions.

Yin Pair: Spleen 9am to 11am Yang Pair: Stomach 7am to 9am


Metal is mainly associated with grief. Metal element has a feeling of incompleteness and emptiness. With several stages of shock, numbness, denial, anger, depression, and resolution. Metal response life changes are to protect, orderly, clarity, distance, withdraws, practicality, organization, resignation, cynicism, and sometimes feels inadequate. Metals unofficial motto is a place for everything and everything in its place. Metal is calm, cool and collected in crisis situations and in personal life. Excess of Metal is expressed by overcritical, cold, harsh, cutting, biting, false pride, intolerant, over organized, over protective, sarcastic, resigned, contemptuous, and rigid.

Yin Pair: Lung 3am to 5pm Yang Pair: Large Intestine 5pm to 1am


Water is most associated with fear. A healthy amount of fear helps us socialize consequences of actions. Water is concerned with fear, trust, determination, safety, loyalty, restlessness, time, patience, reassurance, security, decisiveness, knowledge, truth, courage, and commitments. Water challenges loyalty and intent. As to seek truth and spiritual truth. Water element responds to life changes by fear, safety assessment, risk assessment, taking risk, consoling others, determination, bravery, courage, maintaining stability, questioning, panic, and paralysis. Yin pair: Kidney between 5pm to 7pm Yang pair: Bladder 3pm to 5pm

For headache, facial soreness, toothache and menstrual pain, locate the fleshy piece of skin between the thumb and the forefinger and squeeze firmly, pressing towards the forefinger. The pressure should be applied for about 5 minutes and either hand can be used. This point is known as ‘large intestine 4’.


All three are Gunas which manifest within the fire of digestion is called (Agni). A: Awareness in each cell G: Govern digestion, assimilation, and transformation of matter into energy N: Nutrition of all bodily tissues naturalizing toxins I: Intelligence and cellular selectivity and choice.


Irregular imbalance causes irregular appetite including sharp hyper metabolism causing high Pitta increasing frequent eating in large quantities of meals. This causes dry throat, lips, and palate, as well as symptoms of heartburn, hot flash and acid indigestion.

Heavy Kapha causes weight gain without eating much. Typical symptoms of cold, congestion, and coughs. Showing heaviness in the areas of the Abdomen, Small Intestine, Gastric secretion, and initial digestion. Kapha can increase high levels of Pitta with allergic reactions. Stimulating the Pancreas, secretion of cerebrospinal fluid, with sweet taste and water regulation provide balance of Earth and Water. As well as eating more carbohydrates and fats to aid the Liver and all 5 elements. The substance of all metabolism is in the Thymus and Thyroid Gland in which relates the Endocrine System. 

If there are such emotions of grief and sadness, this can impair the function of the thyroid gland receptivity to your amino acid and micro digestion which associates with the elements of Water and Air. Pithara nourishes the genes in the RNA and DNA. Parenting to Pili inducing clarity. Allowing the doors of Indriya (perception) to the 5 senses.

All true healing comes from the soul, as the Conscious Being in awakened becomes a channel for Divine Grace. The soul shoots electrical activity Rasa– Ra meaning “Taste” Sa meaning “Juice”. When you eat something Sweet, the taste buds on the tip of the tongue become active and send a message to the related organs, which are the Thyroid Gland and apical area of the Lungs. Sour taste is related to the middle and lower lobes of the Lungs, Salty taste to the Kidneys, Pungent taste relates to the Stomach and Heart, Bitter taste to the Pancreas, Spleen, and Liver and Astringent taste to the Colon.

Sweet = Earth and Water
Sour = Earth and Fire
Salty = Water and Fire
Pungent = Air and Fire
Bitter = Air and Ether
Astringent Air and Earth

Sweet, Sour and Salty ↓ Vata and ↑ Kapha while Sour and Salt ↑ Pitta but ↓ Pitta in Sweet. 

Pungent, Bitter and Astringent ↑ Vata and ↓ in both Kapha and Pita while Pungent ↑ Pitta.

Digestion is a process of biochemical transformation of complex, larger food particles into a simpler form suitable for absorption and assimilation. The primary digestion occurs in the gastrointestinal tract by the action of the Agni sub-types of the three Doshas along with the various Agnis, where eventually food is transformed into energy in the tissues, which then yields into consciousness.


• Avoid eating lots of raw and cooked foods together
• Don’t eat fresh foods with leftovers minimize leftovers
• Pair spices in your food that may help with digestion
• 1:1 ratio for balanced meal
• Remember you can not change another’s diet
• Food combos can alleviate the negative effects

Irrigation: circulation of nutrients 
Selectivity: each death selects appropriate nutrients
Transformation: transformation of governed by Ooja

Avoid constipation – eat plenty of fresh fruit and veggies and avoid white bread, pasta, cakes, soda etc…Avoid coffee, tea, chocolate and cola – methylxanthines(!!) in these can cause period pain and PMT.

Make sure you don’t have deficiencies of Vitamins. B6 , folic acid, B2, B complex, E and D…
Calcium – is the most important if you have heavy blood loss. Calcium can be found in dark green leafy veggies, bread, soy, fish, sesame seeds, haricot beans (baked), almonds, parsley, turnips. Avoid dairy foods (1000 to 2500 mg’s a day)
Iron – from eggs, spinach, meat, apricots, nettle (eaten as vegetable) (25 – 50 mg / day)
Vitamin K, (avoid aspirin and Ibuprofen as it destroys Vitamin K and always add protein. For excess bleeding and heat, Vitamin C + Bioflavinoids 1000 – 2000 mg up to your bowel tolerance, Vitamin A, and Zinc.

The Butterfly

Change is Deep, Real, Thorough. Without this, it is like taking only inhales with no exhales. What looks like a threat or personal attack to the eye of the ego, is actually normal. Natural occurrence when seen from the perspective of the whole.

Separation and Control are illusions. For example: I am looking at my little finger. I can lift my little finger, but the little finger cannot lift me. My life has an ego belief of I own my life, life owns me
When actually I was born life was just there inside and outside. Life will leave without any notice.

I did not create life, life created me. Life is expressing itself through me.”

Reflect on Me and Mines: My body, My name, My gender, My age, My home, My family, My memory, My car, My job, My personal relationship, My social network, My habits. Select any of these items and notice, DO I STOP BEING ME IF THESE ARE REMOVED?

Compassion and Pity

Pity is based on comparison and differences. The unconscious thought “I am in a better position than another. Compassion is based on recognition of commonality.

Functional and Fundamental

Functionality is based on beliefs, habits, other peoples’ expectations
Whereas Fundamentality applies awareness of ultimate commonality while fully engaged in self-existence allowing the quality of life to be experienced. It is not our ears that hear or our eyes that see, rather the consciousness that sees, tastes, smells, and feels. Example: Sound is a vibration. When the vibration hits my ear, I Experience sound.


The pursuit of truth is a mix of subjective and contemplative means. In other words, by objective and analytic methodology of energy and conscious mind. The truth was seen or felt first, and then it managed to find expression in language to express to others.  

To seek Truth is to BE Truth

Seeing and acknowledging is secondary perception as the primary perception is: it is something. The absolute truthfulness is not achievements as truthfulness is soul within. Accepting and acknowledging truth can happen simultaneously or in time as awaking to the truth is an individual process. Reviving conscience connection listening for it, open to its message, and re-attune within.

An act of goodness is in itself an act of Happiness.”

Realize true value to absolute value as self-trust comes from integrity, success and learning.

What’s good for you, but not good for all, won’t be good for you either, eventually.”

Kind energy before kind words through genuine intention. Align your needs by your values and will to be faithful to your values by carefully looking at what you value, what you have, and what you desire. This will represent what truly want.

Relative and Absolute Value

Relativity are values depended on social context and personal preference. Whereas absolute is given by nature, things that exist not by what you like or dislike. For example: breathing well and properly, eating well and wisely, sleeping well and peacefully.

Our thoughts become things, thoughts become things through Energy, and action is something you do purposefully with attention.”


  1. Open to new experiences and new sensations
  2. Come out of comfort zone
  3. Come out of comfort zone
  4. Live by primary value and continue to build integrity by consciousness for the purpose of all

Love without fight. Who you are is what you’ve been. Who you will be is what you do now. Allow me to do it. Achievement is selflessness.


Right View & Intentions

Right view recognizes the flow and temporary nature of objects and ideas. The cause and effect (karma) does not rely on ideology. As intuition cultivates complete understanding. The Right Intention is commitment to be more conscious in self-improvement and mindset. Resist resolved pulls of desires. Good will where I resolved to indulge in anger. Harmlessness where there is no harm sentient to create harm, stealing, and sex misconduct and only compassion.


Right Speech & Livelihood

Right speech expresses and enhances the quality of peoples’ life, while re-framing from lies, deceit, slander, anger, gossip. Refrain from speaking where there is nothing important to say. Livelihood by earning one’s living ways by avoiding exploiting peoples’ weakness, and by not engaging in anything against self-principles.


Right Effort & Mindfulness

Right effort is being prepared to put in as much effort needed to live a noble. Putting mental energy and best effort in direct discipline by arising from unwholesome states that have already risen, arousing what has not risen, and preserving what has been risen. To do so by Mindfulness. Observing the state of mind phenomenon by focusing all attention on noble truth eliminating conflicting distractions. This awareness is what is already there, and the nature of it being there whether you like it to be or not.

Worth is self-mastery.
Quality is seeking to serve others.
Perception is continual awareness.
Medicine is the emptiness of everything.
Action is worlds peace.
Magick is transmitting passion.
Generosity is non-attachment.
Goodness is a peaceful mind.
Effort is not concerned with results.
Meditation is a mind letting go.
Wisdom is seeing through appearances.

How To Detox & Heal

  1. Avoid Toxins
  2. Bind and Eliminate Toxins
  3. Support Adrenals, Nervous System, and build with your Lunar, Inner Lunar cycle by understanding your hormones
  4. Reset, Release, Retrain the Brain



• Toxic mold in home, work and school.
• Toxic skin care, makeup, shampoo, conditioners, hair spray, hair dye, nail polish, nail polish removers, spray tan, conventional cleaning products, perfumes, cologne, aftershave, air fresheners and deodorants.
• Conventional produce: pesticides, herbicides, chemical fertilizers and fungicides. Fresh paint, new carpets, glues, sealants, new furniture off gassing.
• Electromagnetic frequencies from cell phones, cordless phones, computers, tablets, Wi-Fi, cell towers (live 500m + away) and smart meters. Radiation from X-rays, MRIs, CT scans and air travel minimized.
• Artificial blue light.
• Petrochemicals: plastics, petrol, diesel, exhaust fumes, gas, kerosene, chemical solvents, dioxins and paint.
• Toxic cookware.
• Processed, synthetic and chemical laden foods of all kinds.
• Pharmaceuticals, alcohol & drugs.


• Bind the toxins we have been exposed to throughout our lives and have been passed down in utero; and continue to bind toxins that we are exposed to every day as maintenance.
• MOVE and Allow toxins to move out of us with more ease by thinning the Lymphatic System and fluids.
• OPEN all elimination channels which includes: Lymphatic System, Colon, Kidneys, Skin and Lungs. By activities such as very gentle yoga to invigorating yoga, walking, pilates, swimming, drinking enough high ph water, deep diaphragmatic breathing, pressing up onto your big toes, self massage, food specific arrangement tailored to your needs, hot and cold bath / showers, dry body brushing, Gua Sha, saunas, enemas / colonics, massage, herbal care, and deep sleep.

It is important to move between levels. Between cleansing and building.

Most intense toxin removers to least intense:

• Short water fasts (24 – 72 hours max)
• Short juice fasts (1 – 7 days depending on adrenal health)
• Fruit & greens only
• Raw vegan zero fat
• Raw vegan with around 15% fat
• High raw vegan with cooked mucusless vegetables

List of Mucusless Foods (Acid-Binding, Non-Mucus-forming, Mucus-Free Foods)

• Coriander / Cilantro
• Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie,
• Chlorella such as maca Wheatgrass barley
• Nano zeolites
• Glutathione
• Herbs and Nutrients that increase Nrf2 – antioxidants including sulforaphane, circumin and carotenoids
• High sulphur and free-thiol rich foods especially cruciferous vegetables like onions and garlic.

Pushing the gallbladder to dump bile and toxins with bitters (and catch with binders). Excessive fat intake will stimulate a lot of bile to be dumped into the small intestine, this can cause extremely severe symptoms for some highly toxic individuals.


• Pacing yourself and true Physical and Mental rest when needed. Learning to listen to your body including trauma work.
• Avoiding extreme fasts and caloric restriction.
• Adrenal herbs, b vitamins, vitamin C, Zinc, Magnesium, Deep Re-Mineralization, Folate, Iodine, and other vitamin complex

As our toxicity levels lower, our pathogen load lowers. Infections are present because of toxicity, an immune system suppressed by toxicity.

• Focus on treating VIRUSES, BACTERIA, PARASITES and potential symptoms management during the process keeping fungus in check. Binding and Removing awaken toxins in which may flare fungus during the healing process. This can be uncomfortable and some people need to manage these symptoms.
• Pay attention to lunar and Inner Lunar cycle.
• Ultimately Candida is present to clean up the terrain and will bloom and multiply when needed to assist the body. Candida is on our side always. It is only overgrown because of deeper issues toxicity & infection.

Warning: Most feel worse doing all the above in the beginning. Return to binders and elimination as resource.

Reset, Release, Retrain the Brain

Highly Recommend: Ensure vanilla, Alive! 50+, Nordic ProOmega -D 1000D3, Floradix Liquid, Iodine, High PH water, Primrose Oil Persimmons and Cocoa butter for dry skin and inflammation, herbal Tulsi, Ginger, Turmeric, Green, Jasmine, and Chamomile TeaVitanica Brand especially Femrebalance, Carboxymethcellulose sodium 0.5% eye dropsLactobacillus Reuteri and Lactobacillus Rhamnosus probiotics.

Healthcare CPR & First Aid


5 Fears of Rescuing

  1. Unsure of Skills– Continue to learn
  2. Might hurt or kill someone– Taking action is better action than none at all
  3. Lawsuit– The Good Samaritan Act protects people. As lawsuit are only when an individual means to hurt another, and there no compensation of good service, or go above and beyond extent of training.
  4. Disease– Gloves, Masks, A simple first aid kit, and Other protective equipment can help protect against unwanted pathogens. Again, doing anything is better than nothing at all
  5. Unsafe scene– If the scene is unsafe keep a safe distance til the scene is safe as it is best to call 911.


Any high-risk jobs that may cause injury or harm to the person must take safety precautions, protocols and training. Remember to try to protect yourself against any potential infection or exposure.

  1. Use gloves; making sure there are no holes in the gloves.
  2. Applying on a rag or in spray bottle 1-part household bleach and 9 parts cold tap water to disinfect most Hepatitis, HIV, and other infectious diseases. Use the solution to wipe down exposure and then apply again to the surface and let air dry.
  3. For any possible airborne pathogens, sprays or splattering wear Goggles, Face Mask, and Apron.
  4. To remove contaminated gloves touch glove on glove un-tucking one hand lining the contaminated glove up in the other
  5. Wadding the removed contaminated glove into the gloved hand and then skin on skin to remove the other. Careful not to pop or flick off gloves as comes off hand as this can send contamination airborne. Then dispose of contamination in trash.
  6. Lastly wash hands thoroughly before and after any potential exposures.
  7. Wash your hands with soap and water and use at least 60 percent alcohol-based hand sanitizer to get most immediate exposures off. Do so by applying hand sanitizer all over the service of hands, wrist and in-between nail beds and jewelry for 30 seconds until dry.
  8. To wash hands, use a disposable towel to turn on the faucet, throw it away and thoroughly wash hands to elbow with soap and then water for at-least 20 seconds. Then dry hands with disposable towels and use them to turn off faucets and dispose of towels.
  9. True Exposure is defined as: Possibly pathogens being infected into the body.


Sign/Symptom & Prevention

Heart Attack– is anything that occludes the vessel that feeds the heart, and when the heart loses oxygen it causes pain.

• Signs and Symptoms– Chest pain, Shortness of Breath or Difficult Breathing, radiating pain to one or both Arms, Neck, Jaw / Tooth, Back muscle strain, Sweating or Diaphoresis (heavy sweating), Weakness, Nausea, and history of Heart Attacks

• Risk Factors– Diet, Exercise, Stress, Smoking, Blood Pressure, Diabetes

Do not operate any machinery and Call 911. Have the person take an aspirin to reduce the risk of further or possible blood clot formation. Take only if they do not have an allergic reaction to medication or have bleeding problems which prevents them from taking aspirin or if the doctor specifically says not to. Also, Nitroglycerin tabs / spray can help. Have the person try to get comfortable, relax and check in with the person until emergency arrives

Stroke– anything that occludes the vessel in the brain that feeds the brain, and when the brain loses oxygen it causes neurological effects. Strokes can also be caused from a Hemorrhagic (burst) of blood vessels from an Aneurysm.
• Signs and Symptoms
• F- facial droop
• A- arms
• S- slurred speech
• T- time
Call 911

You may notice the signs and symptoms by: 

  1. Having the person try to smile, noticing a slight facial droop on one side.
  2. Assist both arms up and have the person keep the arms up evenly up as possible, noticing on the same side the facial droop the same arm floating down and or away. 
  3. Try to have the person say a simple sentence noticing difficulty saying sentence or sentence being slurred, and lastly
  4. Ask for time or onset of symptoms to better assist when emergency arrives.

Shock- multi symptomatic caused by lack of circulated oxygenated blood to the cells alive. This can be from Anaphylaxis, Hypovolemia (lower blood pressure), Cardiogenic shock (heart not beating fast enough, or Neutrogena shock (Spinal shock).

  1. Recognize signs and symptoms of shock from nervousness, sweating, anxious, rapid breath pulse, clammy, and very cold in outer limbs
  2. Maintain airway is open lay them down if they are not having trouble bleeding
  3. Stop any major bleeding
  4. Elevate legs above heart if they do not have long bone fractures, hip or pelvis fractures, or back and neck injuries
  5. Keep person warm with a cover
  6. Call 911


Poison Control- store harmful chemicals high away from children or in locked cupboards.  Signs of poison include: Burns or redness around mouth or lips, breath smells like chemicals, vomiting, difficult breathing, drowsiness, and confusion. Call poison control. And have activated charcoal nearby to neutralize some poisons.
Car Backing- prior to backing up do a head count and locate people in safe place in visible location when backing.
Child Proof Home-take preventive measures for possibly harmful activities around the home. Like baby gates, plastic covers on outlets, and picking up small choking Hazard toys.
Pool Safety- reach, throw, but do not go 


Sudden Illness

Fainting- Asses for life treating conditions, ask what going on if and when the person is conscious, ask if hurt anywhere. Call 911 and bring AED.

Signs and Symptoms of blood sugar disorders include: being confused / lack of coordination, headache and not feeling well. The person’s body is trying to burn off blood sugar anyway they can. Treating with sugar from sugar products or glucose medication should cure low blood sugar within 10 to 15 minutes. If they are unable to in-digest call 911 to administer glucagon intramuscular.  For hypoglycemia– The first dose of sugar can now wait up to 15 minutes before activating medical service as there could be delayed response to sugar.

Seizures- Tonic (where Hands are gripped pointed toward body) to Postictal (relaxed recovery). Make sure that whatever is around them will not harm them. Protect their head if they are going in-between contracting and relaxing. Do this by cupping your hands and holding their head. Call 911. After seizure asses breathing and movement if they are doing neither start CPR. While they are at resting state, bring the furthest leg over to cross the legs, and lift the closest arm above head and align wrist to hip just underneath their head and neck to roll a person on their side. Bend the arm to place underneath the head and bring their knee up as a kickstand to keep the body aligned.

Snake Bites-  Call 911. Keep the person in a seated position. Use ACE bandage wrap on the infected area to full limb, Do not create further circulation, use cold pack and keep limb lower than heart. If a snake is killed, bring with person to hospital, to identify venom.

Allergic Reactions- take antihistamine. If there is severe allergic reaction this can cause Anaphylaxis shock in which closes the airways. Treat this with epinephrine (EpiPen) to open airways. EpiPen is injected in the thigh. Remove cap with tip pointing down and firmly push into the upper thigh and hold for 3 seconds then pull straight out. Rub area for 10 seconds.

Asthma- Treated with Albuterol for acute attack. Use a spacer to inhale the container and hold breath for 10 seconds. Repeat one more time. Without spacer inhale and press container at the same time.



Heat- Signs and Symptoms include profuse sweating, dizziness, extreme thirst, cramping. If sweat stops this can lead to heat stroke. Bring core temperature down with cool water and ice the back of the armpits and around the neck.

Cold- hypothermia- core temperature drops below 95 degrees and shivering begins causing dizziness, delirium, and confusion. Treat the person by keeping the body as warm as possible until EMS arrives. With Frostbite on body parts do not reheat the body with water hotter than 105 degrees.

Tourniquet- Anything that can be wrapped around affected limb tied and placed with a stick or object to crank it down tight enough to stop bleeding. This is used in delayed medical services, or arterial bleeding when bleeding can not be controlled. Be sure to keep direct firm pressure on the wound. When applying a tourniquet apply as close to the wound as possible before tightening and crank tightening until bleeding stops. Mark the time applied tourniquet in order for medics to know specifics of tissue loss of oxygenation to restart the re-circulation process.

Homeostatic Agents- May be already in the gauze however for abdominal and or arterial bleeding can come as a powder and poured directly onto the uncontrollable wound and helps to coagulate bleeding.

Animal and Human Bites- For minor wounds like scratches or bites treat by washing the area with soap and water and apply antibacterial ointment and cover with bandage. For more serious bites such as when skin is punctured, torn, or bleeding should be seen by medical to receive treatment. If it is not oozing or spurting blood, wash the area with soap and water and apply sterilized dressing. If it is oozing apply direct firm pressure with gauze and apply bandage. Watch for any signs of infection. For arterial bleeding call 911 and keep applying pressure. Always be seen by a physician. Tetanus is the main concern and may have to give a booster shot.

Opiate or Opioids such as Heroin, Morphine, Codeine, Methadone, Hydrocodone, Hydrocodone also known as Vicodin or Lortab, and Oxycodone also known as Percocet are depressants of the central nervous system (CNS). Similar effects of Opioids and are not classified as Opiates happen in Cocaine, LSD, Ecstasy, Tranquilizers, and Marijuana. CNS allows a person to breathe and keep their heart beating. If depression too far caused by taking too much, mixing medication, or sensitivity to medication can cause slow response and eventually stop CNS function.
• Use one milliliter (2 milligrams) of Naloxone (Narcan) injected to either each nostril 1cc per nostril or intramuscular. Naloxone takes 3 to 5 minutes for full effect and continues administration until noticeable change.
• After administration, monitor the person for at-least two hours after the last dose. Refer to Respiratory Arrests until Naloxone takes affect and 911 arrives.


  1. Have help to find missing part call 911.
  2. Check personal consciousness and bleeding issues. Typically, a clean amputation does not bleed a lot due to arteries clotting the stump.
  3. Apply firm pressure if the person is not doing so already.
  4. Apply sterilized gauze or sterilized cloth bandage. Keep applying gauze over the previous bandage while applying pressure. Be carefully while applying pressure if there are fragments of bone sticking out.
  5. Bandage with a sticky wrap firmly but not tight to cause tourniquet.
  6. Once located, the amputated part is kept as clean as possible by wrapping it in a sterilized gauze or bandage and into a plastic bag. Place between ice, an ice watered bag or cold packs, and keep near person.


Respiratory & Cardiac Arrest

Agonal Respiratory– Characterized by gulping or gasping respiration signaling abnormal breathing and brain-stem reflex lacking oxygen.

  1. Make sure scene is safe
  2. Gloves are on
  3. A Rescue Mask with a one-way valve is available.
  4. Check the person for a verbal response using tapping the person on the collarbone to try and get a verbal response if there is no response call or have anybody to call 911 and find and bring AED.
  5. Find a carotid pulse, if there is no pulse apply CPR.
  6. If there is a pulse, start Rescue Breathing.
  7. With Head tilt chin lift find any source of breathing by watching and listening.
  8. Feel with your pointer and middle finger for carotid pulse (laying in between windpipe and large muscle on side of neck) for no more than 10 seconds. You may find a pulse without normal breathing. If there is neither immediately go to CPR and / or AED until paramedics arrive.
  9. For infants and children Rescue Breathing and Chest Compressions are most beneficial.
  10. Moderate breaths for the individual by watching the breath and chest rise to fall.

Adult Respiratory Arrest– 1 breath every 5 seconds for 2 minutes before reassessing carotid pulse.
Child Respiratory Arrest– 1 breath every 2 to 3 seconds for 20 – 30 breaths per minute
Infant Respiratory Arrest– Check any response by tapping feet, rub belly or shoulder, and check bronchial (inside upper arm) pulse. If it is lower than 60 beats per minute apply CPR if it is above 60 beats start Rescue Breathing. 1 breath every 3 seconds for 2 minutes.


In between the breast on the lower third of the sternum 2 to 2.4 inches or 1/3rd of the chest deep applying 100-120 Chest Compression per minute that is about two Compression per second. Do this by standing directly over the top of the person with elbows locked, placing one hand on top of the other, lacing the top hand fingers and using upper body weight to administer Compressions until 911 and AED arrives, or until the person begins responding and breathing normally.

Adult, Child, and Infant CPR- 30 Chest Compressions for every 2 breaths
Infant CPR- Hold around the babys’ chest and overlap thumbs on sternum for chest compressions or using pointer and middle finger to to administrate compressions. Only slightly tilt babys’ head up. Do not stop until defibrillator arrives
Neonates (babies under 30 days old recieve) 1 breath every 3 seconds for 2 minutes and 3 chest compressions. If it cardiac arrest related will recieve 15 chest compressions for every 2 Rescue Breaths.

Out Care
1. Recognize cardiac arrest call for help
2. CPR with Quality Chest Compressions
3. Defibrillation
4. Medical Resuscitation
5. Care
6. Recovery treatment
In Care (Hospital)
1. Recognize cardiac arrest and prevention
2. Activate Emergency Response System
3. CPR with Quality Chest Compressions
4. Defibrillation
5. Care
6. Recovery treatment

AED (Difibulator) Check the scene is safe. Make sure there is no combustibles near by and no standing water.

Adult and Child AED- Apply and attach pads. One on the chest the other mid sideline just below breast. Plug in device and do not touch person, when device tells you to send shock. Push.
Infant AED- 1 year and younger attach one pad to the front of the chest the other pad to the center back of the baby do so by rolling them to the side and back. Plug in device and do not touch person and when device tells you to send shock. Push.



Choking is caused by an obstruction blocking the airway causing the person to not cough, breath, or speak. Ask the person if they are choking.


  1. Ask for permission to help
  2. Elevate crossed elbows find the belly button
  3. Tuck your thumb in and put your fist just above the belly button on their abdomen (stomach) yet bellow their lower sternum to find the diaphragmatic (lungs) region
  4. Bring the diaphragm up and in while compressing the lower lobes of the lungs shooting the air up the trachea (throat) popping the obstruction out
  5. Keep your elbows out to not compress on their ribs. Preform thrust until object comes out or person goes unresponsive
  6. Call 911 they will check airways, check if there is no remainder or partial obstructions, and any internal bleeding from abdominal thrusts.
  7. For pregnant women go under the breast with a fist going on the sternum taking the opposite hand under the breast on to that fist and perform inward thrust compressions.


  1. Elevate crossed elbow lower yourself to their height ask to not put unnecessary pressure on their rib-cage
  2. Locate the belly button with a fist use your thumb and tuck against their abdomen take the other hand grab the fist and thrust inward and upward into their diaphragm. Preform until object comes out or person goes unresponsive
  3. Call 911 for evaluation


  1. Place thumb and forefinger over the cheekbones of babies’ face. Support the head and neck resting the baby on your forearm allowing the baby to straddle biceps.
  2. Take your opposite palm with an open hand like a fiver to give back blows / slaps between the shoulder blades of the baby. Be sure the baby head is down while the feet are higher than their head.
  3. Sandwich the babies’ head and neck to support head and neck and flip baby over onto opposite forearm
  4. Place your ring finger across the nipple line, which is two fingers down the chest on the sternum and repeat 5 chest thrusts
  5. Repeat process until obstruction comes out or until baby goes unresponsive
  6. Call 911


If the person goes Unconscious assist to the ground as to not cause further damage falling

  1. Call 911 and bring AED
  2. Start Chest Compressions even if it is a pregnant woman
  3. Head tilt and look into mouth. Try Rescue breaths. Only do a finger swipe in the mouth if you see obstruction. If breaths do not go in, continue with Chest Compressions until Rescue breaths go in.
  4. Once the rescue breaths go in check for pulse. For infants check pulse in brachial area. If there is no pulse go straight to full CPR until EMS an AED arrives or person revives



Check the person’s consciousness. Check severity of injury. Ask how it happened and what hurts. Assess the person of other possible effects from head to toe for other not so noticeable injuries than the affected injury. If the injury is showing severe signs and symptoms call 911. Ask to move fingers and toes, check nail beds and lips for delay capillaries response, check pupils for equal response, and check any deformation of face, as well as breathing normality.


  1. Minimize movement
  2. Notice any head ear nose or mouth bleeding
  3. Notice if the pupils are responsive to light and equal if they do not this can indicate concussion
  4. Notice breathing, alertness, and heart rate
  5. If responsive ask what happened and what day and year it is
  6. Call or ask someone to 911 and bring AED
  7. Ask what is hurting, and if the person can move or wiggle hands and toes. If they can not this may mean spinal shock which can lead to pale, cool, sweating or go unresponsive and may need to do CPR. Continue reassessing airway breathing and circulation problems and keep them warm
  8. If not, kneel above ahead, place a rescue mask on the nose and mouth and use both hands to grip the jaw line and lift the jaw into the mask using your thumbs to hold the mask. Do this instead of tilting head back
  9. Continue rescue breaths and chest compressions until help AED arrives or person revives

Concussions- Happens when the brain inside the skull moves because of abrupt stop or strike of the head and brain is rattled within the skull. Immediately call 911. Signs and symptoms include: headaches, eye tracking, blurred vision, dizziness, loss of balance, rapid eye movement, nausea, vomiting, and acute loss of memory. If there are signs and symptoms of concussion the person should not return to work or play until fully cleared.

Musculoskeletal Injuries- Sprains and Strains, and Soft tissue injuries. Assess the person’s consciousness, ask the person if they hurt anywhere else. Observe injury for bruising, swelling, deformity, bone ends poking up, angulation that is not normal, and any open bleeding. Check nail beds for circulation and stabilize before moving if they need more medical assessment.

Burns- Burns can be cause from Thermal, Chemical, and Electrical burns. 1st degree burns are red and cause pain 2nd degree burns has blister that are either intact or popped and 3rd degree burns are dark charred and look split open possibly to bone. 3rd degree are life threatening must be emitted to hospital. Remove body from burn, cool the burn with potable water for 5 to 10 minutes and do not touch the wound. Use gauze to cover the wound and lightly cover wound with dressing wrap. Watch for signs of inhalation burns (swelling or wheezing), open mouth, notice any soot or granulated burns in mouth, facial burns, eyebrows, nose or hair. Dry off any chemicals before rinsing off for 15 minutes. Remove any electrical source nearby, by cutting off the source as they are hazardous for cardiac problems.

Eye Injuries- Can be caused by an object in eye or chemical in eye. If an object is in the eye, find a cup to cover the eye without applying pressure around the eye and bandage around both eyes. Gauze the other eye to keep it shut to prevent eye movement. Transport person through EMS. In dry Chemical injury brush excess off if it is liquid, flush eye with water by rinsing from inside of eye to outside for 20 minutes. Seek medical assistance.


Bleeding Control

If the bleeding is not controlled easily or is at risk use Homeostatic Agents and Tourniquet.

Arterial Bleeding- Is pulsating and bright red in color.

  1. Make sure scene is safe and gloves are on
  2. Use a 4×4 or 5×9 sterilized cloth to apply firm pressure on an open bleeding wound. If the wound bleeds through, apply another over sterilized cloth bandage on top of the last one with continuous firm pressure. If possible and comfortable try to keep an elevated exposed wound above the heart. Allow person to be seated or lay down just in case they get lightheaded.
  3. If the bleeding is uncontrollable, move to a proper tourniquet.
  4. Using an ace wrap (sticky wrap). Wrap open wounds covered in sterilized cloth bandage starting from the furthest end of the body part. If you need extra pressure, twist sticky and wrap over the wound. At the end tuck under the ace wrap as the last wrap
  5. Check the nail bed by squeezing and notice if it goes from blanche white to pink this lets you know if it is tight enough.
  6. Notice the person’s consciousness if they show signs of shock (cool, pale, sweating) or bleeding does not stop or lose consciousness call 911.

Venous Bleeding- Is more oozing and is darker in color. Normally stops bleeding in 4 to 6 minutes. If the cut is a slash open wound may need stitches if it doesn’t and is just oozing may just need bandage.

  1. Control with direct pressure apply antibacterial ointment and bandage
  2. Decide whether need ambulance or stable enough to go in on their own
  3. Call 911 if noticeable change in consciousness

Capillary Bleeding– Is a road rash type of wound or rug burn. Blood is a yellowish kind of liquid droplet effect.

  1. Keep area clean if there is embedded debris in wound it may need medical attention to numb area to remove
  2. Wash with soap and water apply antibacterial ointment and use 4×4 medical type bandage to bandage wound
  3. As it heals look for signs of infection if it is oozing, hurting, turning red around the area, and becomes puffy with possible draining pus, this needs medical attention to avoid Septicemia (blood stream infection)
  4. Give wound 48 to 72 hours for a crust over scab as Scabbing creates new skin and return to normal

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