I have not written in a while because I took the winter off to rest after over 2 years of packing, moving and settling in a new country. Of course a life change of that magnitude means that I also changed and that my energy work practice evolved. So, after much thinking and meditating, this is the last time I am offering my class Awaken the Healing Empath (used to be Awaken the Healer Within) in its current format.
I will still teach energy work but the format will be different. So IF YOU HAVE WANTED TO TAKE THE CLASS AND NOT DONE SO YET, CALL ME and let’s talk about it. You can choose a free Intro Appointment here: http://timetap.com/book/ATTUNEMENTSFORTHESOUL and I will call you at the time you choose.
If you want to experience my work in a group call (like the 2 monthly calls in my year long programme), join me on Sunday at 2pm EST when I will give you a taste of my course, and you can ask me questions.
Please invite your women friends who are empaths, sensitives, and intuitives and who want some PEACE of MIND in their lives, to join us on the call as well!
Title: Energy work for self care and peace of mind
Time: Sunday, March 12th at 2:00 PM Eastern
Listening method: Phone + Web Simulcast
Phone Number: (425) 440-5010
Secondary Number: (929) 223-3001
I will talk to you on Sunday!
A student asked me for my raw chocolate recipe yesterday. I first posted it 7 years ago, so here is my updated version:
Quantities are approximate, depending on how much you want to make and how sweet you like your chocolate.
- 2 thirds cup raw cocoa powder
- pinch of maca (careful: it can be an aphrodisiac!) or any superfood of your choice, like supergreens if you want your raw chocolate to be a ‘pick me up’/energy snack
- 1 tbs raw coconut butter
- 2 tbs raw virgin coconut oil
- 1 tsp raw cocoa butter, grated or shaved with a fork
- 1 tbs raw honey
- Lucuma powder and mesquite powder to sweeten to taste. More Lucuma and less cocoa will make it taste more like commercial ‘milk chocolate’
- 2 tbs raw tahini, enough to turn the above ingredients into a paste
- 1 tsp cocoa nibs and/or 6 chopped raw cashew nuts, pili nuts, almonds if you want to add some crunchy consistency.
For truffles: refrigerate for 15 minutes then spoon into truffle shape and roll into more cocoa powder, either neat or sweetened with agave powder.
For everyday snacks: pour into ice cube trays, leave to set then keep in the fridge in dark glass jars.
Improvise, improve and let me know! Have fun!