Your energetic frequency determines what you will experience and who's orbits you will rotate around while in form. Because we were an energetic frequency match to our parents, during incarnation, we each experienced childhood in a way. I'll tell you something most don't speak about. Although our parents were congruent to who we were during incarnation, some of our parents also made decisions, as Sovereign Beings, that changed their energetic frequency during our childhood.... That doesn't mean our parents were not for us anymore, it just means some of us learned early on in life how to switch in and out of energetic frequencies to conform to our environment. I'll conclude with that. Grand Ascension Souls ☄️ Jahdiree.org #Didgeridoo #consciousness ✨ #love #meditation #awakening #peace #spirituality #spiritual #enlightenment #life #motivation #art #inspiration #god #wisdom #universe #spiritualawakening #energy #mindfulness #soul #positivevibes #fitness #health #quotes #nature #healing #zen #goodvibes #awareness
Eating is a fundamental pillar of life for all of us. Moreover, most of us enjoy it, especially when it’s some great tasting food! Unfortunately, we don’t always have the best sense of when to pull away from the table, especially, in our current time when we have access to not only great-tasting foods but in immense quantities. While we may poke fun at humorous situations such as Homer Simpson eating until he can’t physically move, in reality the consequences of eating too much can range from a simple mild stomach ache, in the short term, to the many health risks associated with chronic obesity such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes. Moreover, oftentimes overeating is not as dramatic as eating until our pants are about to burst, but rather simply eating more than we need at the current time, or eating until we’re full rather than eating until we’ve gotten the nutrients we need. We do not have the natural constraints our ancestors did to prevent us from over eating. In evolutionary terms, most humans couldn’t over eat as large-scale agriculture and food processing generally weren’t available until fairly recently in our history. Currently, most of us and certainly Americans, have access to more food with convenience than ever before.
We all have areas where we want to improve; health, work, family, spirituality, sisterhood, partnership, professional relationships, you name it. But reality sets in along with a busy schedule that doesn’t leave much space for quite time, let alone individual development. We also rarely have the willpower or wherewithal we need to see it through. Or maybe we just don’t know where or how to start. Not being able to define your own long-term goals will end up in a life that’s devoid of meaning or direction. You start losing that spark and the motivation to get up each morning wanes as you revel about the life you are existing in. You engage in living a version of someone else’s dreams as opposed to the one you may have always imagined. Experts define personal growth plans as “the process of creating an action plan based on awareness, values, reflection, goal-setting and planning for personal development within the context of a career, education, relationship or for self-improvement.” An individualized growth plan can help you achieve the vision you have of yourself which will add a sense of value to your life experiences. It’s something we need to consciously think about and strive toward. If you don’t plan your own development and growth, no one else will and no one else should have to.
When it comes to our diets and nutrition, the amount of information on which foods to eat, how much, and the abundant options to dieting has provided us with way too much information as to what is good or what is NOT good to consume. Yet, while we are all aware that spinach is likely a healthier food choice than potato chips, a new area of focus has more to do with the quality of the food rather than which food to pick. Because we are all sovereign beings the item we choose is the item that we are deciding is best for us at the time. So if essentially, you’ve chosen to eat spinach over potato chips, there are questions to if it is still good for you when it is canned, frozen, fresh, or refined? Now this question is a tricky one to answer and I will attempt to shine some light on this issue, and specifically how to make better choices when it comes to our food. I’ll begin by defining some terms. A whole food is simply a food that has not been changed in any way from its natural state. This might refer to vegetables that are grown without any modification and would be the same as if you had picked them from the ground itself. This can also refer to grains or even meat in the sense that while these foods may have been prepared by being put into a package or cut and packaged, nothing has been done that alters the food such as chemicals or preservatives added or other processes. This can be harder to ascertain, but essentially the ideal whole food would be something home-grown, picked and eaten. By contrast, a refined food is a food that has had some aspect of it removed or altered and should not be confused with processed foods.Processed food is a food that has been prepared for some purpose but had nothing taken away, for example fresh orange juice that was prepared from fresh oranges, or flour from whole grain. Refined food has had a process undertaken that created a fundamental change, such as the difference that occurs when rice is converted from brown to white. (My 2 cents: when choosing rice choose brown)