"Love is the ultimate power in the Universe.
It is the cosmic glue that holds all things together, maintains all things and wellspring from which all things originated.
The consequences of tyranny are the degeneration all people and empires built on the lack of love.
The separation game is coming to an end.
Unity consciousness is the end result."
As I try to stay away from gluten and yeast,
bread is a no no for me, and I love bread.
I try to find yummy alternatives, so when I came across a recipe for Sweet potato toast,
yes, what an unexpected combination, yet so brilliant, I was curious.
Sweet potato is high in B6, good source of vitamin C and D,
contain iron, magnesium and beta carotene.
Cut the potato in slices,
then put in your toaster,
possibly need to repeat a few times for it to become done.
My favorite topping is cut tomatoes and avocados
with basil, olive oil and balsamic vinegar,
a very satisfying breakfast toast.
Turmeric, coconut oil and black pepper,
a wonderful natural health elixir for us all.
And so easy to make.
Boil 2 cups of water with 1/4 cup turmeric powder and 1 table spoon ground black pepper, until it forms a paste.
Cool and mix with 3 tbsp coconut oil.
Keep in a jar in the refrigerator for approx. 2 weeks.
Every morning I add one teaspoon of turmeric paste
to a cup of hot water, and drink first thing.
Pumpkin seeds are beneficial,
to dogs and humans, in many different ways.
Full of protein and iron, and a natural source of unsaturated fatty acids, carbohydrates, amino acids and vitamins C, D, E, K and most of the Bs.
They also contain calcium, phosphorous and potassium.
And to top it of, they are natural devormers and anti parasitic.
If you, or your dog do not like them as they are,
take raw, organic pumpkin seeds and ground them up in a coffee grinder. Then they can be used in smoothies, or to sprinkle on your food and your dogs food, or anyway you like it.
higher self meditation
-The Great Bell Chant(The end of Suffering)
-Peter Gabriel & Kate Bush
-Magic Mantra-reverse negative to positive - by SatKirin Kaur Khalsa