When we keep observing the same situation in our lives, we keep perpetuating the same experience in our lives, so in order to make positive change, we have to think of the desired future even if our current situation is undesirable.
When I moved into this new home, it was important for me to create a sacred space where I could meditate, pray, chant and mantra to come home to my Soul, so I share with you my sacred space to give you some ideas of what you can do
Inspired by the Korean “Dolsot Bibimbap,” I made my own version of quick and easy fried rice with the pungent flavors of kimchi, along with miso, bean sprouts and tofu INGREDIENTS: Rice (1 cups) White or red kimchi Bean sprouts Garlic Scallion Onion Miso paste (3 tablespoons) Sesame oil
For this holiday, serve this warm non-dairy Indian Chai with all of the holiday flavors of cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, peppercorn, mint and ginger. INGREDIENTS: Dried Cardamon Pods Dried Cloves Dried Peppercorns Dried Cinnamon Fresh Ginger Fresh Mint Black Tea Milk (vegan or non-vegan) Sweetner (honey, stevia or sugar)
All of our power is in this present moment, but often many of us are challenged to live in the power of now because our minds are habitually defaulting to the past or future, so I devised a tool to help train and bring our minds back to the present