Most people find romantic love to be the best channel for the feeling of universal oneness and for accessing the source of all creation. It is our glimpse into how it would feel to merge with the universe, or God. We first must experience life through duality, through the female and male perspective (yin and yang), know darkness and light, in order to merge with another. In romantic relationships, we are forced by the universe to deal with our unresolved issues, to explore our shadow, to get to know ourselves better – they are our best teachers and motivators for change.
There are many possible ideal romantic matches at any point in time depending on our state of self-knowledge and consciousness (our energetic vibration and awakedness). The universe is good at giving us signs and synchronistic moments to help us recognize these potential matches but we have to be aware of them. We might meet people that are potentially a good match but they might not be ready to deal with issues that come along and could be resistant to change. They might choose to go for what is safe, away from their expansion because expansion is scary and requires one to be willing to make a change.
Changing oneself is terrifying and can be very physically and emotionally painful. It is like shedding old skin…it is an abrasive process. It can involve grief from loss of the old self-image. Sometimes it feels like death and most of us are resistant to this feeling. We must be willing to go through the death of the ego, of a false and conditioned idea of who we are, to be reborn as new people, willing to be vulnerable to love and be loved. 💗💛💚💜
Something to cheer you up for today! 🙌🎀🎪🎷💛
– coconut pulp
– coconut oil
– cacao powder
– vanilla powder or extract
– lime juice
Soak dried coconut flakes in water overnight.
Blend the soaked flakes and take out the coconut milk (you can use the milk for tea, chia pudding, coffee, and in many other ways).
Mix the coconut pulp with coconut oil and soaked processed dates until the mixture has a dough consistency.
Add cacao powder, or cinnamon, or vanilla, or lime juice and mix it in well.
Shape the mixture in the form of a heart.
You can eat the cookies right away or you can freeze them to solidify them more or you can dehydrate them for about 7 hours at 113F. I prefer to dehydrate them because they have the perfect consistency and are solid at room temperature.
So simple but so tasty! 😆🌟🎉
Thai Mango Sticky Rice dessert is one of my favorites and I decided to create a raw vegan version of it that is as delicious and easy to make too! 👌💕
– chia seeds
– coconut milk (preferably home-made)
– cinnamon (optional)
– vanilla powder or extract (optional)
– ripe mango
Blend or dissolve dates in coconut milk to sweeten it.
Soak chia seeds for 2-4 hours in sweetened coconut milk with cinnamon and vanilla.
Place a desired amount of sticky chia on a plate and add ripe mango slices on top.
Garnish with fresh mint, sesame seeds, cinnamon or any other garnish of your choice.
This delightful dessert is such a treat! 💜
Here is the delicious raw vegan chili recipe from a feast we had for Cinco de Mayo!
Chop up mushrooms, tomatoes, celery, bell peppers, zucchini, carrots (you can also grate them) and any other veggie you like.
Blend together tomatoes, celery, bell peppers, carrots, onion, garlic, miso, sea salt, cayenne, paprika, cumin, curry powder, basil, cilantro, rosemary, thyme, and lime juice.
Mix the sauce with the filling and add toppings if you like.
Add any herb you like, preferably fresh (I added lemon balm and marjoram).