Susan WonderStone's Blog

This wasn’t in my schedule!
May 24, 2007, 7:05 pm
Filed under: internal cleansing

What an adventure I had tonight.  Cameron was yelling at Keta “spit it out”.   Not a phrase I’ve taught my dog.  She does know “drop it”.  When he got her mouth open, there was no super ball.  I know she poops the diameter of a super ball, but I don’t know if all of the passages past the beginning and through to the end are big enough for a super ball to travel.  Out to the backyard to pour H2O2 down her throat.  Lucky for me, I clean the kitchen and bathrooms with hydrogen peroxide, so I had a fresh bottle.   She was not pleased.  She hacked a little, but didn’t puke.  Poured more peroxide in, and again nothing happened.  I threw a tennis ball, hoping the action of her chasing it would make her throw up.  It didn’t.  A little more peroxide – still nothing.  After about 15 minutes, she finally threw up.  Guess what?  No super ball!  I sent Cameron in to search again for the ball.  I continued to mash through the mush, looking for the hard orange ball in the midst of the yam, carrots and dog food she had eaten about an hour earlier.  3 minutes later, he came outside crying and telling Keta how sorry he was.  I asked him if he wanted me to take him outside and pour peroxide down his throat, to make it even – although I don’t think it works the same for people.  Needless to say, the super ball went in the garbage.  Very thankful we didn’t have a trip to the vet!  Do you ever wonder why things happen when you really don’t feel like you have the time for them?  Blessings!

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May 21, 2007, 8:56 pm
Filed under: contact me

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Things I’ve done this year to be healthy
May 14, 2007, 6:58 pm
Filed under: health

Far Infrared Sauna, mag lamp (TDP lamp), Poly MVA, hydrotherapy with filtered water, ozonated water, ozonated oil, ozonated air, ozone insufflation, coconut oil, mct oil, flax oil, swing master, exercise ball, weight training, aerobic activity, vibration therapy, dry brushing, massage, hyperthermia, hyperbaric oxygen chamber, chelation therapy, H2O2 treatments, oxygen treatments, toxin elimination, no artificial sweeteners, nutrition – this one’s big, Resveratrol, IP-6, lactoferrin, arginine, curcumin, iodine, digestive enzymes, pro-biotics, black salve, melatonin, bentonite clay, psyllium hulls, cascara sagrada, cayenne and habanero peppers, garlic – lots of it, artemisia, chlorophyll, yerba mate tea, coffee enemas, beet greens, dandelions… Wow!!  The list goes on and on and on…It’s sunny, so I’m going to go outside and play in the garden, mow the lawn – yes, doing things that make me happy is on the list too!

Susan (on left) and EQ at the Cup
May 13, 2007, 10:57 pm
Filed under: bodybuilding


Still Alive and I Competed again!
May 13, 2007, 10:49 pm
Filed under: bodybuilding

April 22, 2007, I competed in the Emerald Cup Bodybuilding championship.  It’s been 3 years.    Shortly after the Emerald Cup in 2004, I discovered that the cancer I knew I had, was quickly spreading throughout my body.   It’s been 3 years of riding the biggest roller coaster of my life.  In January of this year, I decided I would continue my treatments, but find something bigger to focus on.  Cancer or not, it’s time to live again.  I started my pre-contest diet and increased my cardio.  February was a rough pre-contest month, but awesome otherwise.  I spent the first week in Mexico, sunbathing on the roof every afternoon when my treatments were done.  I continued to eat what I needed, both for nourishing my body and competing.  Then after an awesome week home with people (and dog) I love, I was off with a friend for the “Ocean of Gratitude” cruise.  She paid for everything.  Wow!!!  What a blessing!  I’m sure the food wasn’t organic, but I decided I would eat what I needed and know it would be okay.   I had my ozone generator  to purify the water, and myself if I needed it (but that’s a different story!)  We had workshops every day with spiritual leaders, coaches, and Dr. Emoto who wrote “The Hidden Messages in Water”.  I’ve never heard anyone describe the ocean as I saw it.  Again, that’s another story, but absolutely amazing how much water is out there.  Looking on a globe or map is nothing like being on the open sea, moving for hours, seeing no land, then seeing a bird fly by.    So, back to the competition.  There was a weight room, a track, and a sauna on board, so I was able to keep up with my goal.

There are lots of ways to get ready for a competition, and when you find something that works, you usually stick with it.  This time would be different.  I didn’t do cardio with the intensity I’ve used in the past, I’ve used “fat burners” that now would interfere with the treatments I’m doing to be healthy, and diuretics were out of the question.  You never know who else is going to show up, or what they are willing to do to prepare.  My main focus was – getting on stage again, looking great and feeling great too.  I was probably the healthiest person in the auditorium, even with a hole in my leg.   Regardless of thinking I would be okay with whatever the outcome, I was bummed out not making the top 5.  I know now, with all of my being, that the accomplishments I’ve made are worlds above the satisfaction of another trophy.  Would I have figured that out if I had come home with a trophy?  I hope you find the blessings in your “disappointments”.

Love, gratitude and blessings

Susan Wonder Stone