Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Flow – Week 13

Its-A-Wonderful-LifeI can’t tell you how grateful I am for all the comments, encouragement, and even the comparison to one of favorite movies, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

I am humbled, grateful, elated, and more determined than ever to help people who are sick from environmental toxins.

Then, in talking to Davene, she said something like, “Don’t discount what you do for one person. It’s the little things that add up and make a big difference.”

I had a big connection this week… and although I am not ready to make announcements about it… it happened because of opening up the flow and believing in what can happen.

Doubt and struggle strangle flow.

Belief and being grateful open the flow.

This week’s blog is short and sweet. I’m not making exuses for a short post… but it’s Christmas and my anniversary in one week. My husband and I are on a mini vacation for a few days… and I am not going to spend a lot of time writing.

I am opening up the flow, being grateful and continuing my readings of my definite major purpose, my one sentence purpose, my press release, Og, Haanell, the Blue Print Builder and the index cards of my life’s accomplishments.

I have also added the Starfish Story to my visualization… to remind me that helping one person at a time does make a difference.

I am feeling some big wins from opening up and realizing that we are all one. I feel a connection with the universe that is really working with me in a big way.

Love to all this holiday season!

Heather Plude


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The Struggle – Week 12

brainI’m not really sure what’s going on inside my head.

It seems I am doing things I don’t understand myself.

My Definite Major Purpose is to provide shelter, detox, and education for people who are affected by environmental toxins.

Then why am I spending the majority of my time working on WordPress blogs?

Because it is paying the bills.  It is allowing me to give to the cause… but it is not allowing me to dedicate my time to the cause.  It takes time away from the purpose of my life.  And some days that seems counterproductive.  Some days like today I feel the need to stop what I am doing and shout from the rooftops.

So, that is the struggle.

I imagine, it is the same struggle that the person who works a 9 to 5 job faces.

Except I created my own job.

It’s not that I don’t enjoy doing what I am doing. I do like helping people start and enhance their businesses online. I do like setting up websites and helping people with their technical challenges. I’m good at it and I have been working on websites since 1997.  I have been doing web design and Internet marketing since 2003.

And all of that is allowing me to donate to people in need.

It’s just not enough.

It’s going to take tens of thousands of dollars per month or more to put a dent in the virtually unseen epidemic that is caused by environmental toxins. I know people who are peeing blood, have lost their hearing, are losing their vision, have open sores, massive inflammation, liver failure and so much more. The problem is monumental and every day I am doing what I can to help.

I envision shelters in every state and in every country where people can go to get out of the toxic environments that are making them sick. There would be help available to make toxin free meals, provide supplements and treatments that allow people to heal and gently detox so they no longer need assistance.

elephant-cookieHow do you eat an elephant?

One bite at a time.

Although some days I am overwhelmed by the number of people who are suffering, people who are literally dying in their homes… and sometimes my seemingly miniscule donations are like a drop in the bucket… I will persist, I will succeed.

It’s amazing how this class is helping me to realize my dreams and at the same time, it is a struggle. There is a daily struggle inside my head.

Some days I feel like I am winning.

Today was a particularly rough day. I am watching a friend suffer.

She has gotten out of her very toxic home, but she is so sick she cannot take care of herself. Her family does not believe that toxic mold has been making her sick. They think she is a drug addict and looking for attention. Unfortunately, many of the doctors think the same thing. She has been very close to suicide. The pain is just too much.

Her last trip to the ER, she was diagnosed with pancreatitis. Still her family does not believe that she is truly sick. The pancreatitis is a result of years of living in toxic mold… but doctors will not treat the toxicity… they only add to the toxicity by giving her steroids, pain killers and sleeping pills. All of which make things worse.

I wonder if my whole goal to help people who are in this situation is misguided. Should the focus be on educating the doctors?  What about the health departments who are also denying toxic mold exists?

There are people out there who are already doing that kind of dissemination. It’s just not something the average person (or doctor) is watching or listening to.

Doug Kaufman, of “Know the Cause” and Dave Asprey, “The Bulletproof Executive” are two great examples of people who are putting the truth about mold, mycotoxins and the environmental toxins out into the world.

I will continue to focus on shelter, detox and education for the people who are affected by this.

Even though some days I feel overwhelmed… I persist.

Event though today, I find it difficult to say the words. I continue on in despair.

I persist and I win!

Today, I would really appreciate your sincere encouragement, your suggestions, your comments, your thoughts. During this holiday season, say a prayer for the people who are living in toxic environments. Say a prayer for the doctors who do not yet understand the cause of sickness. I dare say, all sickness is caused by toxins. The sooner doctors start treating the cause and stop adding to it with unnecessary surgeries and pharmaceuticals, the better off we will all be.

Please consider leaving a comment below.

I appreciate you!

Heather Plude




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It’s Funny How Different We Are – Week 11

Each week we are doing these lessons together, over 200 of us.

Some of the lessons I like a lot. Some of them, not so much.

If you have been reading my blogs, you may recall that I was bored with the battleship exercise and the growing of the cone. I was flipping that cone around like an expert juggler and changing it’s colors like a chameleon.

I don’t like being bored.

bibleThis week, the exercise was the most pleasant, the most exciting exercise yet. We were to concentrate on the quotation from the Bible:

Whatsoever things ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them.

I had a great time with this one (and continue to enjoy it as the week wraps up). I followed the instructions and noticed that there is no limitation. Like in life and in the imagination… no limitation.

The curious thing is, as much as I liked this lesson, my friend Don Ketterhagen did NOT like this week’s lesson. I was hoping he would write about his experience with the lesson in the blog, but he didn’t. Maybe he will leave a comment here.

For now, I am just observant. We are all so different, and yet so much the same.

This was my favorite lesson by far because it allowed me to visualize what I want most in this world, to help people be free of the toxins that are making them sick.

This week’s lesson allowed me to be grateful for what I already have… which is everything I desire. Because I already have what I desire… all I need to do is be grateful for it and it is mine.

This may sound circular and not make much sense, but if you read the passage from the bible and really understand it, it says there are no limits. As long as you believe you already possess what you desire, be ready to receive it because it is already yours.

That is what I learned this week.

What did you learn?

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Excited About the Possibilities – Week 10

This week has been very exciting. I have been looking into forming a non-profit to help people who have been made homeless due to toxins in their environment.

I am getting a lot of help from people who know someone who can help: consultants, real estate investors, attorneys, accountants and people who have formed non-profits. I am focusing on the outcome and allowing the right people to come to me.

homelessVery often people get so sick from environmental toxins that they cannot live in most homes. Re|Shelter is one non-profit that is already helping people who are in need of environmentally safe housing.

I have 1-2 people contacting me every day who are homeless, gravely ill, unable to work, and without much hope. They lose everything due to the toxins that have made them ill… and they have no where to go.

I am concentrating on how to help people to rise above the toxins and get their health back. I did it… and I helped my family get better too. Now I just have to scale that into something bigger.

It’s coming to fruition… I can feel it.

Master Key Week 10 Exercise

Another boring exercise. It seems there is a pattern here. I like one week and don’t like the next. I didn’t have any trouble picturing the lines, the square, the circle, the cone… and even changing the colors of the lines and shapes on the wall was simplistic to me.

Perhaps next week will excite me and draw me in more. Anyone else bored with this week’s exercise?

Master Mind Group

I talked with Nancy Mills today and she was telling me that she and a group of MKMMA class mates are meeting in Google Hangout twice a week.

I want that.

I want that starting this week.

I am looking for other people who want to meet once or twice a week online using Google Hangout. Let me know in the comments if you are interested in joining me and and what your availability is like.

More about Google Hangouts

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