Mulberries are an anti-aging superfood. This dark little berry is high in protein, fiber, antioxidants, nutrients like iron, calcium, Vitamin A, C, E and K, Folate, thiamine, lutein, Pyridoxine, Niacin, and Resveratrol.
Resveratrol is an anti-aging antioxidant. Harvard Medical School's David Sinclair states that, “Resveratrol appears to help increase the activity of mitochondria, which produces energy within cells, potentially extending their lives.”
Mulberries are also delicious and versatile.
This sweet mellow berry is flavored with hints of citrus and fig. When ripe, they easily fall from the branch so harvesting is as easy as laying down a tarp, shaking the branch, and collecting the booty. They're a nice treat raw or cooked and work in anything from salads & smoothies to BBQ sauce & homemade wine.
The Institute for Traditional Medicine prescribes the anti-inflammatory mulberry (fruit or tea) to cleanse and detox the blood, heart, and kidneys. It improves circulation, relieves clots, anemia, weakness, fatigue, and premature graying of hair.
This fountain of youth berry promotes heart health and overall vitality. It's delicious medicine! Mulberries can be used in most berry recipes. Here's a few simple ones to get you started, enjoy!
1-2 Tablespoons Mulberry leaves (fresh or dried)
8 oz. hot water
1). Heat water to barely simmering, remove from heat at first sign of bubbles.
(Water that is too hot will diminish the tea's medicinal value.)
2). Stir leaves into water, steep for 3-5 minutes.
3). Strain tea into cup & enjoy
Mulberry Maple Syrup
5 cups Mulberries
1 cup Sugar
1/4 cup Maple Syrup
Airtight glass container (pint Mason jar, etc)
1). Wash & dry berries, then place them in a medium sized pot. Heat over medium heat while stirring and mashing berries for 5 min.
2). Stir in sugar and continue cooking for 15 minutes, stirring and mashing berries often.
3). Remove from heat and stir in Maple Syrup.
4). Pour into airtight glass jar, such as a 16-oz (pint) Mason jar.
It’s Fall, the season of letting go. Cilantro Oil is the Oil of Releasing Control and assists this process as it liberates the soul from heaviness to lightness of being. Cilantro eases OCD, Depression, and overthinking.
Just like trees release their leaves for continued vitality, we must release things that no longer serves our soul’s growth.
Although the tree may look dead without it’s umbrage, it is very much alive and well as it roots into its source and practices healthy boundaries.
Deciduous trees practice healthy boundaries by deliberately cutting off their leaves to conserve energy in a process called Abscission. They deciduously separate themselves from things that have gone from being useful to being toxic.
On the surface, this appears as death. Death, in all its forms, scares the ego since it focuses on maintaining control.
The ego fears that the letting-go-process is an end, rather than a means to an end. It myopically views the appearance of death as death itself, not comprehending life below the surface.
The ego is fixated at the 3D level. It anchors the divine self into a physical vessel with time and space constraints, imposing physical limits on the cosmic consciousness.
If given too much reign, it overprotects, ruling through fear, intimidation, and resistance to the life-death-life cycle so necessary for soul evolution.
However, the soul knows otherwise. It understands that in the letting-go-process, death is key to survival and joy.
Think about when a person is so engaged in the present moment that time and space lose substance and disappear. When 3 hours feels more like 3 minutes and surroundings dissolve into the background.
That person is in “the flow”, expressing unlimited potential, connected to his/her true self. Time and space lose context as the person’s ego chills out. There’s no fear, no judgment. There’s only surrender to creative expression and to the process of letting go.
Dancing is an energetic tool of manifestation. It’s a universal language that communicates information through the heart center, conveying pure emotion and energy. Essential oils amplify the power of dance, empowering the deliberate communion between the dancer and the divine.
Dance expresses awareness in a way that nothing else can. There are iconic dances, like the Happy Dance, the Euphoric Trance Dance, even the Pee-pee Dance, which cross all cultures and ages.
The Oil of Energetic Boundaries - Melaleuca (Tea Tree)
Melaleuca (Tea Tree) Oil is a versatile tool for the body, mind and spirit. It promotes cleansing and purity in the Immune and Respiratory Systems, muscles, bones and skin.
The Oil of Releasing and Forgiveness: Thyme
Thyme is the Oil of Releasing and Forgiveness. It holistically empowers the heart by cleansing the mind, body, and spirit.
Serenity invites all to, "Come, relax and heal."
A shortcut to achieving Serenity is to use Serenity essential oil. The Dog Whisperer, Cesar Milan, uses it to quickly snap a dog out of anxiety. He put a drop on her favorite toy, then gave it to her while loving and calming her. The calming benefits of the oil sedated her anxiety enough for her to relax a little. As she relaxed, she played with her toy and received loved. As she realized that she was safe and loved, her anxiety disappeared.
Why is Wild Orange Oil the “Oil of Abundance”?
It embodies orange energy, the energy of gratitude, which celebrates and attracts abundance.
Imagine the Thanksgiving harvest... there's amber pumpkins, golden leaves, warm copper light, bronze chestnuts...a playground of orange hues!
Orange stimulates the playful inner child, encouraging appreciation and enjoyment of life's bounties.
This upbeat, optimistic , thankful attitude is the vibrational energy of orange abundance. Your needs are met, you love life! The more you hold this vibration, the more you magnetize the gifts of abundance (health, wealth, prosperity, etc.) to come to you. This is the universal Law of Attraction. So play, have fun, appreciate and trust...orange will help you do that.
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