Tag: Spiritual Journey
Why do I end my posts with Namaste? The meaning behind this beautiful word.
The word Namaste literally means “I bow to you“. The roots come from sanskrit and breaks down as follows: bowing (Namas) + to you (te). It is meant to be a greeting of respect and gratitude as you acknowledge and welcome another person, whether friend, family or stranger. It can also be used as a…
The Healing Power of ‘Spiritual Nutrition’ — Thrive Global
Do you just shovel food into your mouth? Do you mindlessly eat while watching television or playing on your phone? This article discusses the meaning and importance behind mindfulness while eating Eating with awareness of the life-giving meaning in meals is linked to a bevy of health benefits. The Healing Power of ‘Spiritual Nutrition’ — Thrive…
5 Benefits of Eating Clean Meats & Raw Leafy Greens — Power Of The Mind – Spiritual Empowerment
This is exactly the kind of thing that connects holistic living with our spirituality. You are what you eat, down to the spiritual level. ~ Tami The Earth provides us with everything we need. They say you are what you eat. We become like the life we consume, and when it’s green and clean we…
April 20, 2018 – Beginning Ankle Rehab
In all the times I’ve sprained my ankles, I’ve never done any rehab work. So, I decided to strengthen my ankles through specific ankle exercise and supplements to strengthen bones, cartilage and ligaments.
April 18, 2018 – Delivery Day!
Let me tell you, I’ve had fresh mozzarella before, but never did it taste as good as this stuff! I could have eaten the whole carton!
April 17, 2018 – Ankle update & how I’m exercising…(Plus some diet changes)
As far as exercise goes, my family made me promise to take it easy. So, I searched the internet and found some videos on youtube specifically designed for people with injured feet/ankles
April 12, 2018 – Man Plans…God Laughs…
My plans for exercising everyday might need to be altered, at least for a few days. As I said, man plans and God laughs. Maybe this is God’s way of telling me I’m doing too much too fast?