Raw Cheese Cake – Phase 1

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Crust 2 ¼ Cups Granola or Soaked and Dehydrated Nuts of choice 1-3 Tablespoons Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil (just enough for crust to stick together) ¼ teaspoon Himalayan salt or Transformational salt  2 teaspoon Cinnamon (optional) In a food processor, pulse all crust ingredients together until crumbly. Press into bottom of springform pan and put in fridge while you make the cake filling. Cake Filling 2 ½ Cups Raw Cashews, if not available peeled almonds will work (3 ½ Cups if not using agar agar)    1 Cup Filtered Water 1 Cup Agar Agar Paste (optional if you want a lower fat filling)* […]

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Netzach; Spiritual Endurance

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One of the great wisdoms on the spiritual path is netzach, meaning spiritual endurance. It may seem trivial to compare spiritual endurance with long-distance running, but the truth is that when one is running a long-distance race, one must have a certain pace that supports its completion. One also has to have motivation, which is where the word faith comes in. Faith is not something to believe because someone said so. Faith is based direct experience. Once one experiences inner truth and the soul, then, even though one may not feel it in the moment, one has faith that the truth is there. […]

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Pasta Primavera – Phase 1

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Noodles 10-12 Medium-Sized Zucchini Cut zucchini into pasta strands using a spiralizer. Sauce 1 Cup Pitted Olives 6 Stalks of Celery 1 Cup Sun Dried Tomato ½ Cup Sunflower Seeds 1 Bunch Fresh Parsley 2 Cup Fresh Basil, chopped 2 Tablespoon Lemon Juice ¼ Cup Olive Oil 1 teaspoon Himalayan Salt or Transformational Salt ⅛ teaspoon Chili Pepper Flakes Combine all sauce ingredients in a food processor and pulse to obtain a chunky consistency. Chopped Vegetables 2 Cups Tomato, diced small 1 Cup Red Bell Pepper, diced small 2 Cups Cucumbers, peeled, seeded, chopped Toss together with Noodles and Sauce. […]

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Truth

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When you look at the world today, you can’t help but notice that there are very few people living in the truth. We can blame it on the politicians, but the politicians reflect the population. Living in the truth doesn’t mean you have to be enlightened. It’s more about living in integrity with the best you can in terms of an inner truth. The more you meditate and do the Six Foundations, the more you are in touch with the inner truth. It is  just what happens. Then living in the truth, which is not about any ideas, concepts, religion, […]

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Vanilla Ice Cream – Phase 1

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  4 Cups fresh Coconut Milk or rich Almond Milk 2 Cups Raw Cashews or 1 Cup Raw Cashews with 1 Cup peeled and pureed Zucchini (for a lighter version) ½ cup Sweet-E (erythritol) 2 teaspoons Vanilla Powder 2 Droppers Vanilla Stevia 2 Tablespoons Sunflower Lecithin (to thicken, optional) ⅛ teaspoon Himalayan Salt or Transformational Salt Blend all ingredients together in blender until smooth. Process in ice cream maker according to manufacturer’s instructions. For other flavor options (phase 1.5): Use 1 cup of raw carob powder or raw cacao powder or 2 cups pureed berries, instead of vanilla powder.  

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Guru Tattva; The Divine Principle in Every Person

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Guru Tattva is a yogic term for the Divine principle in every person. To really understand the spiritual life or the spiritual path, it is all about this one thing. One religion is a scoop of water from the pond. Another religion is another scoop of water from the pond. We can have another scoop of water, but we are not talking about the pond. The Guru Tattva is the pond. Is that which is prior to the religion. It is that which exists within you as you.  The principle of the spiritual path is to realize Guru Tattva. This […]

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The Art of Live-Food Preparation

The ART OF LIVE-FOOD PREPARATION is a joyful interplay between your intuition and the principles and conceptual frameworks elaborated in this book. These recipes are starting points for you to use your intuitive understanding to create recipes that are perfect for you. In the recipe section I am primarily concerned with how each recipe affects your individualized constitution considerations, including the Ayurvedic dosha and metabolic/autonomic type and the recipe’s seasonal effect. An important focus of my concern in the evolution of these recipes was the preservation of both the taste and energetic qualities of the original food. I have developed […]

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Go Organic -Authentically

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Organic foods are produced without using genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or toxic chemicals. Organic production methods are vastly superior to commercial, chemical-based agriculture in producing foods with optimum nutrition. Foods produced by organic farming practices exhibit improved vitamin and mineral nutrition, as well as superior taste, shelf life, phytochemical and antioxidant content, and stronger and more organized SOEFs (Subtle Organizing Energy Fields). Investigations are showing that wild-crafted foods (foods harvested from wild plants) have the highest nutritional content, with organic foods next, and conventionally grown foods last. The USDA periodically publishes data on the nutritional content of food. Historically, since […]

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Zen Gazpacho – Phase 1

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5 Cups Vine-Ripened Tomatoes ¼ Cup Olive Oil 1 Jalapeño, seeded and diced (or to taste) Dash of Cumin White Pepper to taste Himalayan Salt or Transformational Salt to taste 2 Avocados, cubed 3 Cucumbers, seeded and cubed 2 Stalks Celery, finely chopped (optional) 1 Bunch Fresh Cilantro, chopped Handful Fresh Mint or Basil, chopped 3 Tablespoons Fresh Lime Juice   Blend tomatoes, olive oil, jalapeño, and spices. Mix in avocados, cucumbers, celery, mint/basil, and cilantro. Chill. Add lime juice before serving.

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