[VIDEO] How to Raise Your Vibration

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“Consciousness and vibrational frequency go hand in hand. When you’re in a low frequency, you’re in a decreased state of consciousness and your perception is limited. When you’re in a high frequency, you’re in an increased state of consciousness and your perception is heightened.

The lower your vibrational frequency, the less you are able to comprehend because your ego is restricting the Flow of Life Force/source Energy and Intuition/Love through your mind and body. The higher your vibrational frequency, the more you are able to comprehend because you are allowing a greater Flow of Life Force through your mind and body.

In video below, Teal Swan explains that raising your frequency means moving to a better feeling, a more positive emotion. She also explains that the trump card of all things that raise frequency is focus… nothing is more important than the thoughts you are thinking and whatever you’re paying attention to/focusing on. You can not focus on things that cause you to feel bad, and hold a high vibration.

Teal then goes on to describe eleven steps that you can take to increase your frequency.” Watch and learn!

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[VIDEO] Just Slow Down

“Just slow down. Slow down your speech. Slow down your breathing. Slow down your eating. And let this slower, steadier pace perfume your mind. Just slow down.” – Doko

“Just slow down. Slow down your speech. Slow down your breathing. Slow down your eating. And let this slower, steadier pace perfume your mind. Just slow down.” – Doko


[VIDEO] A few thoughts on slower living…

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“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.” – Lao Tzu

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Elemental Healing

Elemental Healing

“Place your hands into soil to feel grounded.

Wade in water to feel emotionally healed.

Fill your lungs with fresh air to feel mentally clear.

Raise your face to the heat of the sun and connect with that fire to feel your own immense power.”

– Victoria Erickson

VIDEO: Achieving Perfect Health (Bashar)

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“But you must understand something very important: When you are actually thirsty, that is your body’s final signal that you do not have enough water. If you had proper hydration, you would rarely ever be thirsty. So use that as a marker.”

Listen to Bashar’s 6 Tips to Achieving Perfect Health:

“These ideas are simply the foundation of health, and if you will allow yourself to recognize that these are very simple things that can be added to your life, you will understand that in, shall we just say for analogy sake, 99.9999999999999% of the cases, these 6 ideas alone will eliminate almost any chance you will ever have of contracting any kind of disease in your life at all.” – Bashar

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The 3rd Eye Kiss

The 3rd Eye Kiss

A 3rd Eye Kiss can be an uplifting experience. Kiss the center of the forehead (between their brows but slightly up a bit) with a thought of compassion for that person. It activates the pineal and pituitary gland of the person and brings them a sense of security and well-being. Try it with friends and family you love and care for. It can be very healing. You will find the mention of this in many ancient scriptures, but don’t take their word for it. The more you do it, the more you will see results. Try and find out!

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How to Master Your Local Farmers Market

How to master your local farmers market
Article via Lauren Conrad

My weekends aren’t complete without a stroll though the stalls of my local farmers market. It’s my favorite way to spend a leisurely Sunday morning—doing my food shopping for the week as I take in the sights, smells, and tastes around me. Not only are farmers markets the easiest way to support your local growers (which is the eco chic thing to do), they’re the best place to find ultra-fresh and flavorful produce.

But if you’re new to the farmers market scene, it can certainly be a bit overwhelming. Luckily, I consider myself a seasoned pro when it comes to buying local, seasonal fruits and veggies. So before you grab your reusable grocery bag and send yourself off into the sea of produce, here are a few tips and tricks to keep in mind…

1. Time your visit. Arriving early is the best way to avoid crowds and have your pick of the best selection of produce. The middle hours, however, are generally the most lively and best for people watching. Pickings will be slim near closing time, but that’s also when the best deals are to be found. Most farmers would rather sell their stock at a discounted price than have to haul it back home.

2. Know your seasons. Buying in season is tastier and cheaper. Epicurious has a handy dandy interactive map for finding out what’s in season where you live.

3. Be a bargain hunter. Not all stalls are created equal. I always do a quick survey of the entire market before making my purchases. This is the best way to ensure you’re getting the prettiest produce at the best price.

4. Multitask. In addition to tender greens, juicy peaches, and berries bursting with flavor, most farmers markets have stalls selling coffee, cheese, farm fresh eggs, freshly baked bread, flowers, and even local honey. If you plan things right, you might be able to skip your trip to the grocery store altogether.

5. Be adventurous. Never tried kohlrabi, squash blossoms, or fresh passion fruit before? Exotic fruits and vegetables are commonplace at farmers markets, so come prepared with an appetite (literally!) for adventure.

6. Ask questions. The growers are right there, so take advantage of it. Ask them where your food comes from and how it was grown. They might even have some tips on how to prepare it or some samples to hand out.

7. Understand organic. Many small farms that follow organic growing practices choose to skip USDA certification because of its high cost. So instead of stopping at “Is your farm organic?” (which refers to the official USDA label) follow up with more specific questions like, “Do you use pesticides?”

8. A little dirt won’t hurt. Organic produce won’t always look as pristine as it is in the supermarket, but don’t let that deter you. Just be sure to rinse your produce thoroughly before serving. I try to remind myself that a little dirt (and yes, even the occasional creepy crawly) is a lot less scary than the harmful chemicals used in conventional growing methods.

9. Join a CSA. Too busy to shop the farmers market? Joining a CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture program, is a quick and easy way to support your local growers. Think of it as a magazine subscription only with produce. You purchase a “share” from the farm at the beginning of the season, and then they set aside a box of produce for you weekly or monthly.

Are you ready to take on your local market?

 

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Watch “Grounded” – Full Length Documentary

Grounded” is an independent feature film about what is considered by many authorities to be “The Greatest Health RE-discovery of All Time”. The concept was tested on the people of Haines, Alaska, (population 1,700.)

I love this documentary. Ever since I saw it I make way more of a conscious effort to go barefoot, lay on the grass, etc.

Animals know to stay connected to the Earth and understand it’s natural healing qualities. It’s only us humans who go out of our way to separate ourselves with floors, carpets, shoes, socks, not to mention building our homes and offices higher and higher above the ground.

Earthing

Grounded Documentary

"Earthing Starter Kit" on Amazon
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13 Spooky Vegan Recipe Ideas for Halloween

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We’ve ghost-hunted far and wide among the creepy Halloween webs and found some of the spookiest Halloween recipes and treats for vegans. Don’t be afraid to give them a try!

1)  Spooky Peanut Butter Rice Krispy Treats by Chocolate-Covered Katie

Spooky Peanut Butter Rice Krispy Treats
Rice Krispy Treat Ghosts! Sweet, sticky, salty… and scary. Well, maybe not so much scary. But they are scary delicious!

2)  Three-Ingredient Halloween Apple Bites by Oh She Glows

3-Ingredient Halloween Apple Bites
These easy to make Apple Bites make for a spooky, festive and healthy addition to any Halloween table.

3)  Vegan Halloween Pizzas by Vegan Richa

Vegan Halloween pizza ideas
A series of creative vegan pizza recipes in the Halloween spirit, using non-dairy cheese, olives and sun-dried tomatoes.

4) Clementine Pumpkins by Spaceships and Laser Beams

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These Halloween clementine pumpkins are so cute, your kids won’t even realize you are sneaking in a little health food.

5)  Asparagus Skeletons by VegSpinz

Vegan asparagus coffins
Asparagus Skeletons with Roasted Garlic Tofutti Cream Cheese in a Puff Pastry Coffin. Delicious and creepy at the same time!

6)  Banana Mummies and Hairy Creature Things by Lexie’s Kitchen & Living

Frozen banana mummies - vegan halloween idea
Fun, googly-eyed mummies and “things” from frozen bananas. The kids will gobble them all up as good goblins should.

7)  Leggy Whoopie Spiders by Wing It Vegan

Leggy Whoopie Spiders
These Leggy Whoopie Spiders are not only cute and tasty, but gluten-free and soy-free.

8) Carrot Rice Ball Mini-Jack o’ Lanterns by Apron Strings

This vegan Halloween recipe will help tone down the sugar coma while keeping things fun and festive. Very cute!

9)  Eyeball Pasta by Maple Spice

Halloween Eyeball Pasta
This vegan eyeball pasta will grab anyone’s attention. Spooky and awesome!

10) Haunted Halloween Layer Cake by Chloe

Haunted Halloween Layered Cake
A Haunted Halloween Layer Cake that has a dark as night chocolate ganache oozing and dripping down the sides.

11) Skeleton Veggie Platter

Veggie skeleton halloween idea
This creative, healthy and crowd-pleasing skeleton veggie platter is great for halloween parties and fun to make with your kids.

12) Mini Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Squash or Bell Peppers by Go Dairy Free

Mini Jack-O-Lantern Stuffed Squash or Bell Peppers
This festive vegan Halloween recipe is perfect for parties or simply warming up after a cool evening of trick-or-treating.

13) Halloweegan Bat Pancakes by Wing It Vegan

Halloweegan bat pancakes
Spooky and simple idea! Halloweegan Bat Pancakes made from pumpkin pancakes and vegan chocolate ice cream.

***  HAPPY VEGAN HALLOWEEN!  ***

 

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