An Exciting Week! (BLOG #4)

My apologies for being a bit late with the Blog this week but I was locked out of Microsoft Word (where my book resides) so I couldn’t record the audio. This happened because I finally took the plunge and got a new (for me) I-Mac computer. It’s actually previously owned but sweet it is. And boy is it  F-A-S-T!!!! Yikes.

I’ve been noticing how many people, with psoriasis, from different countries are finding this website and contacting me. Australia, China, Turkey, Mexico, England, France, United States, Canada, India, and more. It’s quite exciting to think that this little website is becoming such a frequent flyer.


(Hard to believe but true, this strange Zen photo was taken last night when the Red Wolf Full Moon graced our skies. It was glorious. And so rare to have a clear night in Vancouver in the winter. We were blessed.)

But, back to psoriasis, I’m still frustrated by the lack of interest by the medical profession for this quite logical and successful protocol. What if it really is, at least for some, an inability to metabolize calcium? Could it be that simple? Or could it, at least, be part of the problem?

What if the inability to make squillions of dollars squashes any research possibilities? I hate to be suspicious……but……why is there a doctor (Dr. Cicero Coimbra) in Brazil, who has been working with high dosage vitamin D for decades and yet few doctors in North America are following his lead?

Well, maybe we need to have faith in the next generation. My neighbours are in their late twenties and they seem so less focussed on greed and status. They are so inspiring to me. I mean, the truth eventually gets out there. But I kind of resent having spent over 45 years suffering unnecessarily from psoriasis.

This past four years has been heavenly although it has taken work. I’ve had to keep on the protocol (maintenance level) every day. No exceptions. But it’s worth it. I’ve used a lot of other medications in the past with nowhere near the same results. I sure wish some maverick doctor would jump in and do what’s needed.

Anyway, that’s my little rant for the week. With some expertise and a lot of luck I’ll do my best to add the second excerpt for RISE & SHINE (audio) for your listening pleasure. Next week you’ll be learning the First Leg of the Spiritual Survival Kit.

OMG! It worked! Again! I love technology!

Do your best to Rise and Shine this week.

Much love from Dakota and her little dog, Lucky.




Author: dakota

I live in the beautiful city of Vancouver, on the West coast of Canada. I share my apartment with a little Brussels Griffon called Lucky. I like to read and watch movies and draw cartoons and write. I'm also a published author and painter. Mostly I like to putter. And fix things. And think.

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