About PMindra
Joined May 2016
Greetings.

A Bit About Me:

Born in Northern India, District Hoshiarpur 1959.

Arrived in Canada via Sussex UK 1969.
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Southern Ontario, Canada has been home since then. Mostly the GTA.
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PMindra's Goals 3
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Money I would be happy earning
Creditworthiness - 300CW
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Money I would be ecstatic earning
Credit to the power of 2 based on creditworthiness minus expenses.
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Time I'm willing to invest to achieve my goals
Why do you ask. I am at Wealthy Affiliate. I am learning once again to work and deal in commerce. My hours are just a measure of time.
 
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PMindra Premium
How much money per month would you be happy earning?
Creditworthiness - 300CW

How much money per month would allow you to live the ideal lifestyle?
Credit to the power of 2 based on creditworthiness minus expenses.

How many hours per week are you willing to invest to achieve these goals?
Why do you ask. I am at Wealthy Affiliate. I am learning once again to work and deal in commerce. My hours are just a measure of time.
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Kyle Premium
Wonderful goals Paul! I look forward to helping you achieve these! Work hard and work through the training here at WA and you will be well on your way to success.

Everything you need to achieve any level of success online is at WA, including the help whenever you need it!
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PMindra Premium
Thank you, Kyle.
Back to training soon.

Paul.
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Loes Premium
Hello Paul, ♫Welcome! Nice to meet you ツ I wish you a lot of learning pleasure and fun on WA. Thank you for following me.

From the start, I have written training for every issue I had problems with myself. I also made a list of 1001 niche ideas, a checklist with 25 points to go through before you publish a post, 101 blogging ideas when you get stuck and an A-Z WA dictionary. I just love lists:) It has been very helpful to a lot of people. You can find them on my profile on the right, the first website link (click on my picture). I hope to help you with those.

If you have any questions, please add a comment to this message or leave them on my profile.
Success building your business in 2016. See you around, Greetings Loes
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PMindra Premium
Thanks Loes, I already left my grace on your profile and look forward to using what you have provided above.

Kindest regards.
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Loes Premium
I read it, thank you:)
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T1967 Premium
Hey Paul, thank you for following me...and i love your update to your profile ......I am looking forward to what the rest of my journey holds too ........keep us posted and i hope you and yours are all well.....if i can ever help you please let me know :-))
Tania
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PMindra Premium
Thank you Tania in return for replying.

Have a great week-end. Just heading out for my weekly infusion.

Cheers.

Paul.
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T1967 Premium
Have fun ;-) you are welcome .....
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Wayne66 Premium
Hi, Paul. Thanks for following me. I will add you to my network as well. You are definitely in the right place and I know you will find success here through the training and help you receive from the community. So, don't be afraid to ask questions, they are more than willing to help.

All the best, Wayne.
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PMindra Premium
Thank you Wayne. Means much.
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weemrst Premium
Hi Paul. Very nice of you to follow me and I am following you too now. Your work experiences must mean that you are very disciplined and I am sure that will be of great benefit in your WA work. Looking forward to hearing about Funeral pre-planning. That will be something that I don't hear every day. Take care.
Lynn
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PMindra Premium
Hi Lynn.

Thank you. Craziest subject matter ever. Death.

Not going to make it completely public. Not my way of doing things. PM me and I will share what I have.

Kindest regards,

Paul.
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Seahawk8058 Premium
Hey Paul,

When they take the MRI for the Arthritis, the end result may be taking anti-inflammatory meds (either injection or oral). Make sure the ENT knows about that, it may affect your upper respiratory tract.

Heck it might even reduce the tissues and surgery may become mute.

Keep me updated.

Greg
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PMindra Premium
MRI is happening on July 2, 2016. for certain aspects of 'Arthritus.'

CTI was one today,

Thank you friend for the interest,

Paul.
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PMindra Premium
Hey Greg,

Started with nsaids about 4 years ago. Then went on to Dmards.
Currently on Systemics...Methotrexate injections, leflunomide and folic acid.

MRI is to determine if necessary to go on to biologics. Very expensive, and I do not have a health insurance plan. Will see what happens.

Thanks again for your incredible input. Very much appreciated.
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Seahawk8058 Premium
Was Cortisone injections ever an option?
You're very welcome.
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PMindra Premium
I tried writing to you, see below but the entire content of what I wrote just vanished.

I was distinguishing between 'Homoeopathy' and 'Homeopathy' and trying to tie in Homotoxicology.

My father, recently departed devoted over half of his life to same.

Not sure what happened, but seems like my post was 'hijacked.'

No worries, hope something is learned from it.

Peace.

Paul.
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Seahawk8058 Premium
No, homeopathic medicine is on the upswing. I agree with getting back to nature and getting away from synthetic based meds.

Do what is best my friend and take care.
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PMindra Premium
Again Greg, the distinction is Homo as opposed to Home.

I had many discussions with my dad and he did come to the realization that the term should be 'HOMO' meaning homoeopathy as opposed to homeopathy.

One is 'Quack,' the other is complete 'Quack.'

Now border either with homotoxicology.

Homotoxicology is the science of toxins and their removal within the human body. It offers a theory of disease which describes the severity and duration of an illness or disorder based on toxin-loading relative to our body's ability to detoxify.

You no longer need to reply if my communication has become redundant.

As far as 'Cortisone,' is concerned, yes I am completely familiar.

In my high school and university years, cortisone was the norm for any athlete that had a future. In my case however, the cortisone 'hid' a problem with my Achillies until it exploded.

Back then it was not 'microspocpic' surgery. It meant a 13-16 inch incision and the re-development of the tendon using 'Goodyear' rubber.

Just want to elevate this discussion other than 'Thank you.'

Defer to PM if you would like, because there is much value here with what you have to offer.

Thank you my friend.

Kindest regards,

Paul.
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Seahawk8058 Premium
I completely agree. The overload of prescriptions to and for whatever condition has become the protocol. Unfortunate as it is, the reality exists. The body (liver) can only process and eliminate so much causing "back-up" and eventual failure.

The medical industry needs to employ more idiopathophysiology (individual treatment for individuals themselves) rather than trying to place them all in generic treatment protocols. This is where the toxins start.

In my stint as a Paramedic, it would not be uncommon to pick up a patient with a gallon bag full of their meds.

Your Dad is a smart one. We need more in the field like him.

All the best,

Greg
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PMindra Premium
Greg you are awesome.

I'm going to get the results of blood work that substantiates what you are saying.

My Liver is at risk.

By the way, you are correct, my dad was a smart one. He is no longer with us in a physical sense.

Kindest always,
Paul.
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PMindra Premium
Awesome. Thank you. 'Idiopathophysiology.'

etiopathogenesis

"the cause and development of a disease or abnormal condition..."

Thanks Greg.

It gets really convoluted there after on the Net.
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