Gemstone Of Happy Dreams: OPAL!!

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Definition of OPAL

A usually amorphous mineral that is a hydrated silica softer and less dense than quartz and typically with definite and often marked iridescent play of colors and is used especially as a gem.

Opals are essentially  a gel from silica with percentages of water usually between 6% to 10%. Opal is 3% to 21% water  weight ,  It is deposited at a relatively low temperature and may occur in the fissures of almost any kind of rock, being most commonly found with limonitesandstonerhyolitemarl and basalt. Opal is the national gemstone of Australia. Opal hardness varies, but generally ranges from 5.5 to 6.5 on the Mohs scale. Compare that to diamond, which is rated at 10, and is the hardest gemstone.




Besides the gemstone varieties that show a play of color, there are other kinds of common opal such as the milk opal, milky bluish to greenish; resin opal, which is honey-yellow with a resinous luster; wood opal, caused by the replacement of the organic material in wood with opal.




Opal’s internal structure makes it diffract light; depending on the conditions in which it formed it can take on many colors. Opal ranges from clear through white, gray, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, magenta, rose, pink, slate, olive, brown, and black. Of these hues, the reds against black are the most rare, however white and greens are the most common. It varies in optical density from opaque to semi-transparent.


Opal from Yowah, Queensland, Australia
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A Few Metaphysical Properties of Opal:

Known to bring out creativity, spontaneity, supports the kidneys and brings happiness, faithfulness, love, friendships, dreams, heals fevers and infections, self-expression, beauty, visions, fertility, eases child birthing process, boosts energy, supports reproductive system, lungs and third eye chakra. * Long ago, It was said that opal could make its wearer invisible.







Cites: Merriam-Websters,Wiki, About


Erase Stress & Anxiety Holistically





In our fast paced world, our culture can be particularly toxic. Left unchecked, long-term perceived stress and anxiety can have damaging effects not just on our overall well being but also our physical health. The following offers a wide range of ideas to decrease stress and anxiety and lead a more relaxed & peaceful lifestyle.

Nutrition– It’s not news that our country is eating itself to death with fast-food. How many times do you find yourself eating fast food, in or out of home, because there just isn’t time? Do your children whine until you break down and take them for burgers and fries? Kick the habit. Our bodies cannot function optimally in  life without appropriate fuel. That means switching to whole foods. It doesn’t mean standing over an oven or stove all day—on the go some yogurt, fruit, whole grain breads are just a few quick and healthy snacks. Standing over a stove sometimes, is good for the soul…with the added benefit of the family sitting together for a meal and delicious leftovers!


Balance Is Important!

Avoid stimulants – Yes, that includes caffeine. Not just in coffee, caffeine is in black and green tea, chocolate and most cola-type sodas. Other stimulants to avoid are decongestants and many migraine headache formulas contain caffeine.

Environment– Make sure your environment is not overly stimulating. Experts agree that TV in bed, clutter and the like over stimulate the nervous system. Your space should be your sanctuary.

Overscheduled– Most people these days, including our children, are overscheduled. How many activities, clubs, meetings, etc. do you or your and your child attend? How many lessons, sports or other after school activities? How many parties? Prioritize. You can’t be everywhere or do everything. You need to have time to relax at the end of each day and on weekends.

Over Work– Most people are overscheduled at work! Did you know that in most European countries it is not allowed to work more than a 35 hour week? How many weeks do you go over 35 hours on the job? In our society, it is expected that workers put on 40, 50 or more hours a week in the workplace. But at what cost? Less time with your family, less time for yourself leads to energy imbalance, and, in the end, are you living to work or working to live?

Over Spending—Not only a common cause of stress, but usually the reason people are overworked. There is a bumper sticker seen around town that says, “I owe, I owe, so off to work I go.” Two things. One, things usually do not make you happy. Two, if you buy less things, you owe less, and can work less. Consider it. How easy would it be to spend time with your kids rather than working several hundred extra hours a year to buy their TVs, computers, and video systems? And in the end, they are paying attention to them and not to you.

Practice relaxation – Guided imagery, meditation, walks in the park, whatever works.

Exercise – Studies show that moderate exercise helps to stabilize blood levels and that equals healing.

Sunlight – Studies have found that just 20 minutes of sunlight per day will substantially improve mood.

Regular sleep schedule/enough sleep– Getting enough sleep is critical to both physical and mental health. Just as important is your sleep regularity, or circadian rhythm. Try to get to sleep and wake at the same time, whether a work day or weekend.

Practice spirituality– Not surprisingly, research has found that people who practice some spirituality have less mental health ills, in general. The type of spirituality does not matter. 

Avoid use of depressants to calm self – Depressants such as alcohol or over the counter sleep aids tend to worsen anxiety. You become dependent and/or tolerant and withdraw caused more agitation. Choose meditation instead.

Deal with life one step at a time – Avoidance often increases anxiety and worsens a situation. There’s no need to rush through life.

Seek appropriate help when needed– Don’t be afraid to ask for help from your social supports, or see a therapist or doctor if perceived stress and anxiety are a part of your life. Peace is all there is.

Marriage Manifesting!

Manifesting A Marriage?



Use this affirmation to breathe life into your manifesting efforts like never before! (Use this affirmation as a template to create your own from) Enjoy!



“I wake up in the morning to the gentle warm wind of a delightful tropical breeze on my face, I smell the honey dipped yellow roses in the air and hear the tranquil sound of ocean waves from our terrace. I look over,  smile at my husband. His eyes radiate passion as he pulls me close and whispers how much he loves me. My husband the most  nurturing , smart, strong, funny, receptive, organically sexy and spiritual man I have ever met. My heart is over flowing with happiness and bliss. I am deeply content and so grateful to have his love.  After our delicious breakfast, exercise and meditation we swim in the ocean. In the distance we watch the dolphins that frequent the cove where we live…continue…” Go through your whole day like this and you will not only be manifesting your ideal mate, you will be attracting your ideal life experience! mmm yes.



Yellow Rose
Yellow Rose (Photo credit: Mundoo)

Over Spending 101: Make That Change


Cut and Paste Your Money

To stop the waste. Money is something that touches most aspects of your life. You can’t avoid money — just like you can’t avoid food. Making bad decisions about your food intake can ruin your physical health, just as making poor money decisions can devastate your fiscal health. Fortunately, the body can take a lot more abuse than your bank account or credit report. Maintaining good credit health takes an ongoing investment of energy, time, and persistence.

Awareness and acknowledgment are the first steps to improving your spending habits. If you become conscious of your own tendency to spend money without thinking, you can make better decisions with that awareness. And most likely, if you knew you were making reckless, thoughtless decisions that could negatively impact your future, you wouldn’t do it either.

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So take a minute to ask yourself: Do you overspend? Maybe the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Or maybe you feel that you don’t overspend, or at least don’t do it regularly. You can always make the choice to change bad habits. First, you have to assess the situation and make an honest call. Once you see a change should be made. It is up hill from there.

Don’t pay for it with a credit card. You end up paying for it twice before it’s over. Cash is king and a better negotiation tool.

Need New Shopping Habits?

Shopping can often feel like a drain on your finances. To keep your shopping trips from turning into a super spending frenzy, plan and think about how you can spend your money more efficiently.

Go in with a game plan.

Only go shopping for outfits. Pieces that match take less time to pick out. Don’t shop for everything on one day.

Don’t buy overly processed, prepackaged foods. The more packaging and processing involved, the more it costs you. Reduce packaged and processed items.

Buy whole foods, in their natural state, when possible. These foods include fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, and dairy products.

Processed food may look cheaper but it will cost you big in other areas.

Research prices on the internet.

Looking online can save you mega time. Ok let’s not forget about the money you can save too. Instead of walking into the mall or any store because you have the ‘money spending urge’; incorporate some structure. You have a cool phone or a paper and pen. Write down your priorities. Then schedule when to buy them and research where to pick them up from too. You will find that waiting a few days or a month will take away the buying itch as well.

Sometimes we want something because someone else has it and that is the only reason. To test the need for new merchandise its a good practice to test yourself by slowing down your normal habit of buying simply because you see and want something.

With weekly menu planning, you’ll be able to list only those items you’ll need for the meals you’ll be cooking. This will cut down on impulse shopping and on discarding unused produce and other food items you forgot to use.

If you’re limiting your fat intake, buy fresh eggs and throw away the yolks; which is fattening. This approach costs you about half as much as the reduced-fat egg substitute in a carton and is fresher, without additives, preservatives, or food coloring.

Recycle. Reduce trash. Minimize your use of paper towels, disposable plates and cups, disposable diapers, plastic shopping bags, and so on. Instead, reuse cloth towels and use cloth diapers. There are even reuseable pads on the market too (non-disposable items are cheaper and environmentally friendly in the long run), and durable plates and cups, use your own  shopping bags in the market.

Over the course of a year, simply reusing these items can save you serious money.

Reduce the number of items you buy by sharing or renting certain appliances that you may only use a couple of times.

“We can change our lives anytime we want to. We have unlimited choices~”


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Traditionally the color green is a symbol of, spiritual growth, creative energy, virlity, expansion and beauty.

Green also symbolizes abundance and healing.  Unakite also is called Epidote, it is a relativity new stone discovered in North Carolina in the Unakas mountains. Its rich in Epidote. Unakite is an altered granite composed of pink orthoclase feldspar, green epidote, and generally colorless quartz. Epidote exists in various shades of green and pink and is usually marbled in appearance. It is used for stabilizing, grounding, creativity, charm, to enhance beauty and even to attract a new mate.
Epidote on Granite
Epidote on Granite (Photo credit: Dave Schumaker)


Unakite is particularly beneficial for hair and skin rebuilding. Can be used to enhance psychic visions. Balances chakras. Assists one in getting to the root of an illness or imbalace. Unakite can also be programmed to add weight to specific parts of the body. It is also used to remove pain. Also used for heart problems also to remove negative energies from the body and unblock the heart chakra so love can flow freely. Can be used to support the a healthy pregnancy, reproductive health.


16 Tips For A Dynamic Meditation Experience!


1. Posture is as important as breathing correctly

2. Comfort and relaxation set the tone for proper mediation

3. Silence is important

4. Cleanliness helps with energy flow

5. Mediation experiences will vary sometimes

6. Do not eat or drink before meditating

7. Lay on your back or choose a comfortable chair for sitting

8. Keep the body warm by covering the neck with a scarf or cover the body with a blanket

9. Breathing is most important. It is what takes us into the trance state

10. Use a pillow or small piece of fabric into the curve of the back area to help with correcting breathing, posture and comfort.

11. Avoid excess sugar, salt, over eating and processed foods

12. Thoughts will come and go during meditation, witness it and let thoughts pass without focusing on them. Focus on the breath.

13. During mediation certain changes happen in the body. The body will sometimes lightly buzz, vibrate, pulse, or heat up or cool down.

14. No two people will have the exact experience with meditation each time. This is normal.

15. Incense are a no-no for most meditation, there are many harmful incense out there. Incense can hinder breathing deep and properly as well

16. Keep a pen and paper near during a meditation session, insight is known to come to those who go within (inner wisdom)

It’s SPA TIME! Yummy Facials In The Kitchen

Ladies and Gentlemen get your grocery list ready. It’s on!



We can learn a great deal from the past! We have all seen the beautiful skin of men and women from back in the day. I’m talking about 30 years ago and before then. Take a look at almost any photograph of that period. Their skin was like buttah. That was a long time ago but we can bring the goodness back.


Truth is, our skin IS like buttah too when we take care of it right. Most people of this information age never learned how detrimental eating processed and fast foods are to their entire physical make up.


To heal your skin overnight start here:













My mother used to tell me and my sisters to use natural things on our skin. To keep up clear skin usually requires a dual effort. You can clean skin on the outside, but for skin to stay clear the inside of the body needs to be cleansed too.


The kitchen isn’t just for preparing or cooking food anymore. Now you can get a beauty treatment at home. Sure it’s not the relaxing spa. That’s alright, look on the bright side: We can get fly in the kitchen!


After careful review of the most delicious ways to take care of the skin I have answers. Plus many of these have been tried and tested by me or people I know.


The best facials use all mineral, plant and vegetable sources. All benefits and no side effects is what a facial or skin treatment should be. However there are so many man-made products with chemicals in them that i will not waste time listing them. Just know, if you cannot read the labels there may be chemicals in it! If you plan on using these lab created products, you better make sure your skin is like resistant to junk.



Amazingly enough, Mother nature has thought of everything. All we need to take care of us and our families can be found in nature. All 100% Raw plant sources have a purpose. These magical gifts from nature also have the power to soothe or renew skin problems for ex: acne, oily skin, dry skin and skin discoloration to name a few.


Yummy Facials


*First: Wash your face with a vegetarian or vegan face wash. Alternately you can use coconut oil or olive. Rinse all fruit and vegetables before use, Avoid getting them into your eyes.  Leave masks on for 15 minutes to an hour, then rinse off with lukewarm water then splash face with cold water.


Oatmeal Apple Honey mask~

Great for Combination, dry or sensitive.

Mask Benefits: Use a slice of an apple, blend (overnight soaked) oat groats, rinse oats in filtered water, take a small amount of oats and add honey (1 Teaspoon), add enough water to blender to mix all the ingredients together. Then put some in your hands and apply to your face.



Tomato Lemon mask~

Great for oily skin!

Mask Benefits: Is great for healing large pores. This mask is good for oily skin. You need one tomato and one lemon. First, mash one small tomato. Add a bit of lemon peel and one teaspoon of lemon juice. Apply to skin.



Avocado mask~

Great for Combination, oily, dry or sensitive.

Skin Benefits: Hydrates, renews, improve your skin texture, strong acne treatment (known to cure acne), deep cleans the skin. Mash 1 Tablespoon of an avocado and apply to skin. Repeat for 1 week.



Honey Banana mask~

Great for Combination, oily, dry or sensitive skin. 

Mask Benefits: Natural toner,  anti-acne, moisturizing, exfoliation, anti-aging, sunburn aid. Mash banana, using the back of a fork, and then add honey.  Stir to mix well. Apply to face.



Lemon Cucumber mask~

Great for Oily skin

Mask Benefits: Combats acne. Kills the bacteria. Dries up oily skin, shrinks pores. Balances PH levels. Brightens skin, Fades blemishes. Slice lemon and cucumber. Apply lemon & cucumber on face.




Want To Eat Healthier, Now What?

Okay, Now What Do I Eat?

As you begin your transition to a more wholesome diet, remember that tastes for foods are learned. You may want to begin slowly, by replacing high-fat dairy products with fat-free versions and eating meat less often. However, making a complete break from animal foods is so rewarding that it’s actually easier for most people.
All your needs for protein, calcium and other vital nutrients are easy to satisfy if you eat enough calories each day from a wide variety of foods. It’s that simple! The only nutrient deserving extra consideration is Vitamin B-12, which, since it is made by bacteria, is not naturally present in plants (or meat). Your B-12 requirements can be easily met by including a cereal or soymilk fortified with B-12, or a B-12 supplement twice a week.
Step 1
Reduce or eliminate red meat, poultry and fish. Replace with health-supporting grain, legume and potato-based dishes. Or, start by giving yourself larger servings of rice, potatoes and vegetables at meals — and ever smaller portions of meat.
Step 2
Increase intake of calcium-rich vegetables — broccoli, kale, collards, mustard and turnip greens, bok choy, black beans, chick peas, calcium-processed tofu, calcium-fortified soymilk, calcium-fortified orange juice and blackstrap molasses. Choose more raw fruits and vegetables: cooking destroys nutrients. Try for 50% of your daily intake as uncooked foods and gradually increase the proportion. Buy organic.
Step 3
Reduce the “luxury” fats. Hydrogenated oils (like margarine) are artificially thickened vegetable oils that can damage your arteries and have been linked to some cancers. Gradually eliminate both butter and margarine from your diet. Reduce your use of cooking oils and oil-based salad dressings. Switch to nonfat (or low-fat) versions of prepared foods (and dairy products, if you still eat them). Read product labels. Replace eggs in baking with two tablespoons of water per egg — or try Ener-G egg substitute.
Step 4
Replace dairy products with non-dairy foods. Delicious milks, cheeses, and frozen desserts based on soy, rice, nuts and seeds are available in health food stores and many grocery stores.
Step 5
Reduce refined carbohydrates (white flour, white sugar, white rice, etc.) By choosing whole grain products and natural sweeteners (fruits, juices, maple syrup, etc.).
It’s easy – There is an endless supply of fabulous vegetarian recipes from many cultures. A wide variety of cookbooks are available in bookstores and health food stores. There are several lines of fast foods — pilafs, falafels, humus, “burgers,” “tofu-helpers,” etc. — for sale across the country. If you can’t find them in your store, ask your grocer to carry them — she or he is always looking for suggestions. Ask your favorite restaurant to serve vegan burgers, past dishes, etc.
Ideas for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Drinks and Snacks:


Cereal Lovers – Try hot or cold whole grain cereal or granola with soy milk and fruit. Use maple syrup or honey instead of sugar. Try apple juice on granola —
Bread Lovers – Try whole grain bread, toast, bagels, non-dairy muffins or specialty breads, with raisins or dates and nuts or seeds. Remember, even soy margarines have just as much fat as butter. Try apple butter, pure fruit jams, nut butters, humus or tahini on your bread or bagel.
Egg Lovers – Don’t knock scrambled tofu until you’ve tried it. There are easy mixes put out by several companies, as well as recipes in vegetarian cookbooks. Try sautéing cubed firm tofu with anything you would add to an omelet.
Other breakfasts – Treat yourself to waffles or pancakes made with soy milk — try using ½ banana in place of each egg — and smothered in fresh or hot cooked fruit. Make fruit smoothies with everything you can imagine. Use sweet fruit to make breakfast cobbler or pie and you won’t need to add sugar when baking.
Lunch or Dinner
Sandwiches – Whole grain breads, avocado, grated carrots, sprouts, lettuce, tomatoes and thinly sliced cucumbers make great sandwiches. Try nut butters with pure fruit jams or humus with crisp sliced vegetables. Vegetarian cookbooks have great recipes for spreads. Falafel is delicious.
Salads – Most vegetables can be served raw, chopped small or grated in salads. Cooked beans (garbanzos, kidney, black, lentils, etc.), sprouts, seeds, nuts and avocados are excellent. Try salad dressings with little or no oil and/or flavored vinegars. Stuff your salad into pita bread and add tahini to it.
Pasta – Try all those special pastas made with wholesome grains, vegetables and spices. Experiment with marinara, pesto and tomato basil sauces. Try sautéing garlic, onions, summer squash, red bell peppers and tomatoes in a little olive oil — or in a little sesame oil and tamari (soy sauce).
Burritos or Tacos – Try beans (black beans are great), rice or potatoes, avocado, tomatoes, lettuce or crisp shredded cabbage, salsa, soy cheese, etc. Use soft corn or whole wheat tortillas. Find your own favorite combinations. Nachos con todo (with everything) is a great fast meal.
Potatoes – Potatoes can be baked, steamed, mashed or home-fried. Try them with sauces, salsas, mustard, in soups or salads. Treat yourself to mushroom gravy. Remember yams and sweet potatoes.
Veggie or Tofu Burgers – There are many varieties in stores. They are delicious and easy to bake, fry, barbecue or microwave. Tofu hot dogs are almost indistinguishable from the original. Pile on the lettuce, tomatoes, onions, pickles, ketchup, mustard, tofu mayo and barbecue sauce.
Vegetables – Try stir-fried or steamed, served with brown rice, millet, barley or potatoes. Ad cubed firm tofu and tamari or mushroom gravy for a feast.
Pizza – Use whole wheat crust, tomato sauce, spices, soy cheese, and all your favorite trimmings. Try almonds, garlic, and fresh tomatoes.
Soups – Beans, lentils, nuts, veggies, grains, potatoes, tofu — anything is good in soup. Simmer your favorite vegetables for a few minutes and add a little miso for a quick treat. There are many brands of instant soups made with wholesome an delicious ingredients — just add boiling water, stir and wait.
Drinks and Snacks
Milks – Soy, rice, nut or seed milks are perfect substitutes for cow and goat milk. Carob, chocolate and vanilla versions are delicious. Watch out — some have added oils that make them just as high in fat as cow milk.
Juices – Many bottled organic juices are available all across the country. Look for local fresh-squeezed brands. Juice your own. Many vegetable juices are just as delicious as fruit juices. Be daring — carrot juice can be habit-forming.
Water and Tea – Add sliced lemons, limes, oranges or tangerines to fresh clean water. Try herbal iced teas and hot teas.
Snacks – Go for crispy foods like popcorn, pretzels, chips, fresh fruit, carrots, nuts, seeds and celery with almond butter. Enjoy cobblers and pies made from sweet fresh fruit, smoothies, non-dairy cookies and muffins, dried fruit, frozen fruit bars and non-dairy frozen desserts like Rice Dream and Tofutti. Avoid preservatives and buy organic.

Vibrations : Vibrational Frequencies and Food

Everything in the Universe has a vibration (frequencies), including your physical body. Each flower, plant, tree, mineral, rock, crystal, or gemstone has its own specific vibration. Each type of cell, organ, and system in each living organism also has its own specific vibration. Each thought and emotion has its own vibration. Each sound and color has its own vibration.

When an individual is not well their body’s vibration lowers, the immune system weakens, and many invaders enter and stay in a person’s body. This includes parasites, worms, bacterial infections, viruses, and different types of fungus. These invaders not only affect the direct functioning of a body, but they also cause other problems since they daily unload many toxins into the human body. Today we are being exposed to many of these invaders on a regular basis. E.g. A simple visit to a hospital can expose you to many infectious bacteria.

Disharmonious or unbalanced vibrations show themselves in many ways including discomfort, dis-ease, illness, fatigue, and a variety of different symptoms. When a body is healthy is has a relatively high vibration, and this is reflected through the vibrations of individual cells, organs and systems. When a person is not perfectly healthy the vibrations in the body are lowered.

In 1992, Bruce Tainio of Tainio Technology, an independent division of Eastern State University in Cheny, Washington, built the first frequency monitor in the world. Tainio has determined that the average frequency of the human body during the daytime is 62-68 Hz. A healthy body frequency is 62-72 Hz .

A healthy body frequency is 62-72 Hz . When the frequency drops, the immune system is compromised. Check out these very interesting findings:

Human Body:
Genius Brain Frequency 80-82 MHz
Brain Frequency Range 72-90 MHz
Normal Brain Frequency 72 MHz
Human Body 62-78 MHz
Human Body: from Neck up 72-78 MHz
Human Body: from Neck down 60-68 MHz

Thyroid and Parathyroid glands are 62-68 MHz

Thymus Gland is 65-68 MHz
Heart is 67-70 MHz
Lungs are 58-65 MHz
Liver is 55-60 MHz
Pancreas is 60-80 MHz

Colds and Flu start at: 57-60 MHz
Disease starts at: 58 MHz
Candida overgrowth starts at: 55 MHz
Receptive to Epstein Barr at: 52 MHz
Receptive to Cancer at: 42 MHz
Death begins at: 25 MHz

(fresh foods and herbs can be higher if grown organically and eaten freshly picked):
Fresh Foods 20-27 Hz
Fresh Herbs 20-27 Hz
Dried Foods 15-22 Hz
Dried Herbs 15-22 Hz
Processed/Canned Food 0 HZ…(the majority of food people eat)
According to Dr. Royal R. Rife, every disease has a frequency. He found that certain frequencies can prevent the development of disease and that others would destroy disease. Substances with higher frequency will destroy diseases of a lower frequency. The study of frequencies raises an important question, concerning the frequencies of substances we eat, breathe and absorb. Many pollutants lower healthy frequency. Processed/canned food has a frequency of zero. Fresh produce has up to 15 Hz, dried herbs from 12 to 22 Hz and fresh herbs from 20 to 27 Hz.

Essential oils start at 52 Hz and go as high as 320 Hz, which is the frequency of rose oil. Clinical research shows that therapeutic grade essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance known to man, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, etc., cannot live.

Following are general guidelines that will assist your body to eliminate cellular toxins and increase its cellular frequency:


  • Whole foods.
  • Organically grown foods. (Check out the “ dirty dozen ”. These are said to have the highest amounts of pesticides in them and it’s suggested that you try to buy these items organic: Apples, Celery, Strawberries, Peaches, Spinach, Nectarines ( imported), Grapes ( imported), Sweet bell peppers, Potatoes, Blueberries (domestic), Lettuce, Kale/collard greens)
  • Locally grown foods.
  • In season.
  • Food prepared slowly, with mindfulness and with love feed the body and the soul


  • Eat food in moderation.
  • Eat foods that keep the body slightly more alkaline.
  • Be calm and fully present while eating.
  • Bless the food and all who made it possible for your nourishment and pleasure.
  • Chew each mouthful well.
  •  Drink pure water.
  • Exercise.


  • Quiet and peaceful (candles, soothing music)
  •  Low incandescent lighting
  • Exercise.


  • Genetically modified
  • Irradiated
  • Cooked in a microwave oven.
  • Refined (white flour, white rice, all grains that have the germ and the bran removed). Processed (all junk food; most snack foods).
  •  High glycemic. These sugary, starchy foods affect blood sugar levels and weight management.
  •  Hydrogenated (margarine; vegetable shortening, lard).
  • Containing additives (chemicals and hormones), preservatives or color dyes
  • Artificial sweeteners—all of them
  • Coffee whiteners
  •  Canned.


  •  Eating more than the body can digest at a meal
  • Drinking with meals dilutes digestive enzymes and hydrochloric acid in the stomach
  • Bolting food down.
  •  Being distracted.
  • Eating while feeling tense or emotionally upset—very acid forming.
  • Arguing while eating—more acid in the system


  •  Noisy
  •  Fluorescent or halogen lighting
  • Drugs
  • Worry
  • Negative emotions

Heal Thyself


Transform, Relax, Rejuvenate!


Breathing deeper, eating healthier, drinking more water and just plain out doing whatever it takes to balance us out in our mind, body and energy field is an important task we should do to manifest more efficiently.


Personal healing for one person that may mean adding a new routine to their life, like choosing to do yoga 3 days a week. But for another it may mean completely easing back from running 6 miles a day to regain equilibrium in their body.


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Some examples of healthy lifestyle transitions are: biking, roller blading, walking, reading, yoga (all types), writing, deep breathing, crocheting, knitting, mediation, healthy eating, getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals to name a few.


What do these things have to do with the law of attraction? They have everything to do with it, you have to feel good to keep attracting right? So it is important to identify ways which you can stay feeling radiant and flowing so that you can reap the full benefits all the time.

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