Shungite is the ultimate body guard. A powerful protection stone, offering psychic protection as well as protecting from all forms of negativity. It infuses the auric field with light, allowing only positive and beneficial energy to enter. It is also a strong grounding stone, and help us to live life to the very fullest. It is a powerful stone, neutralising the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields from mobile phones, computers, WiFi, etc.
Shungite, a mineral that comes from Russia and an amazing gift from Gaia, with strong grounding earth connection.
The benefits of Shungite are abundant, including water purification and transmutation of negative energy and EMF's.
It is the only natural material known to contain fullerenes, which are powerful anti-oxidants. Fullerenes were brought to our attention when research on them gained the scientists a Nobel prize.
The fullerenes in this stone will cleanse water then infuse it with a potent healing vibration. The energy embodied within this ancient stone is said to absorb and eliminate anything that is a health hazard to human life... and it has active metaphysical properties with strong healing powers.
Shungite is a powerful stone to shield you from the electro-magnetic radiation given off by electrical equipment... including computers, mobile phones, microwaves and televisions, meaning that it eliminates and absorbs all that imposes a hazard on people, and living beings, but concentrates and restores all that are healthy.
That almost seems to be to good to be true, but I am willing to try it out.
Raw Green Papaya is packed with vitamins, enzymes and phytonutrients.
It contains nutrients including potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, C, E and B.
The benefits of green papaya are not only it’s nutrient content though, it actually improves digestion and the uptake of nutrients, raising enzyme levels and improving assimilation. All of this aids in strengthening the body’s natural immune system.
Since enzyme levels decline as the fruit ripens, papaya picked when it is still green retain all of its natural enzymatic qualities.
All of this in just one fruit…amazing!
Yesterday we had to move our papaya tree, and while doing that several of our unripened papaya fruits fell to the ground.
I guess it will be Green Papaya salad for lunch.
This one sounds yummy and easy enough,
PS, I think I will substitute the peanuts with almond butter.
Tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) is high in vitamins, potassium and other nutrients that have been proven to provide health benefits, has antioxidant properties that can help neutralize the actions of free radicals throughout the body, and assist in the overall health and function of the eyes.
The root of Tarragon was formerly used to cure toothache.
Tarragon has long been used as a digestive tonic because it aids in the production of bile by the liver, not only can it improve natural digestion, but it has also been found to relieve common digestive problems like an upset stomach, irritable bowels and dyspepsia.
It has also been used in traditional folk remedies for ridding the bowels of intestinal worms.
Tarragon contains chemicals that can help support cardiovascular health, these chemicals can assist in keeping blood platelets and other compounds from adhering and accumulating in the heart's blood vessels.
Tarragon is used a lot in French food, and important for Sauce Bearnaise;
1/4 cup chopped fresh tarragon leaves
2 shallots, minced
1/4 cup champagne vinegar
1/4 cup dry white wine
3 egg yolks
1 stick butter, melted
Salt and pepper
"As quantum mechanics reveals the fundamental truth that on an atomic level we are all connected (the trees, the plants, the stars, the Earth, humans) and we are all One, we have to realize that if we are at war with Nature, we are at war with ourselves.
And if we care for Nature we care for ourselves"
The Nature Process by Tabitha Jayne
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
-Deva Premal-Gayatri mantra