Healing options

mind, body and soul

Being chronically ill for so many years has taken me on a wondrous adventure of learning.  I feel blessed to be able to share with you my adventure so you too can experience the joy of healing.  Recently I have been finding so much valuable information.  I hope you enjoy this information as much as I have.

books i recommend

next, energy healing

These three books have helped open my mind to new approaches to healing I had never considered before. I highly recommend starting with The Emotion Code.  This book helped me realize I was doing a great job taking care of my physical body by eating plant-based, but that I was neglecting my Energy Body (aka: spirit, aura, subtle body, unseen body, chakras, spirituality).  I am not the expert though so I will refer you to the book to understand what I mean by “energy body”.  After reading The Emotion Code I went to Dr. Nelsons website:  Discover Healing and I was able to find a practitioner near me in Mesa, AZ who is helping me heal my energy body through the emotion code and biofeedback, I like to call this energy healing.  If you are in the Mesa area I highly recommend Victory Energy Wellness, ask for an Emotion Code appointment with Jolene the owner.

Jolene recommended several books to me during my appointment and I started with reading Evolve Your Brain.  In this book I learned the power of our brain in regards to healing.  The author shares his story of his miraculous healing from a serious vehicle versus man on a bike crash.  During his recovery he discovered Ramtha:  The White Book.

Since reading these books I have been able to change my thinking to increase my healing capabilities.  I apologize in advance if any of this healing information is vague, I just don’t want to try to explain any of it to you when you should learn from the experts like I did.  I hope you will open yourself up to healing options that you may not have considered before.

Who has time to read all of these books?

You may be wondering how you are going to find time to read all of these books or you may be thinking “I don’t have the money to buy all of these books”.  I want to share with you how I read all of these books in a very short period of time and for very little cost.  First of all, I highly recommend you search for them for free through your local library.  My library has an app available, so I don’t even have to go to the library, I just log on to the app and check out the book I want.  I like to get the audio book version so I can listen to the book in the car on the way to and from work.  I also listen to books while doing my chores, gardening, and while cooking.

If you cannot find the book you want through your library, kindle ebooks are a great inexpensive option.  I have the Amazon Echo at home, so I have Alexa read my kindle ebooks to me.  I am sure this is also available with other virtual assistants, for example I have also used Siri on my iPhone.  Siri reads books and articles to me all of the time.  I wish you joy and healing on your adventure.

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Cooking sprouted beans to reduce flatulence

I know beans are good for me, but they don’t like me.

Are you sick of getting bloated, gassy, and flatulent every time you eat beans?

I know I am not the only bean eater who farts.  Want to reduce your flatulence?  It’s scientifically proven that eating beans causes gas.  Check out this article from Nutritionfacts.org on beans and gas. Not only can that gas be uncomfortable, it can be embarrassing. Are you afraid to eat beans because you know you have an important meeting, appointment, or job interview later? Have you ever completely stopped eating beans for a period of time over the hassle? I have. I am ready to give eating beans a try again, but only sprouted, then cooked beans. Continue reading “Cooking sprouted beans to reduce flatulence”

Date Paste Recipe

Date Paste

Dates are a highly nutritious sweet alternative to all of the sweet junk food on the market these days.  Today I made some date paste from Medjool dates that had been sitting in my fridge for a very long time (no one wants to know how long).  Dates don’t go bad fast, think of how long raisins last.  The recipe is very simple to make with only two ingredients.

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Plant-based cooking shows and tips for your new Instant Pot

I hope you have received your new Instant Pot, many people took advantage of the smoking deal on the Instant Pot (IP) the other day.  Today many of you have or will receive your new Instant Pot, I received my 2nd one.  I look forward to having both on hand for those days when one is just not enough. Continue reading “Plant-based cooking shows and tips for your new Instant Pot”

Get the munchies while you’re watching a show?

If you are anything like me… you probably grab a bag of chips or something else really unhealthy and sit down in front of the TV and munch away mindlessly. This can be a very difficult habit to break so we’re not going to try to break it right away. Instead we are going to replace that unhealthy snack with a healthy one, like the snack pictured below. Throw together a few veggies and hummus or fresh air popped popcorn. You are guaranteed to eat less calories this way then eating chips directly from the bag.

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veggies and humus to snack on during my show

The snacks don’t have to take a lot of time to put together either. These snacks are organic store bought baby carrots, some peas, and cherry tomatoes. Along with store-bought hummus this becomes a very healthy and filling snack. Maybe someday you will feel so good from eating so healthy that you will want to try making homemade hummus like I did. I don’t always have time to make homemade hummus though so I like the option of buying it at the store (try to find a version of hummus with no added oil).

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Hummus and veggease