It’s just such a day that this song is the best choice.
It’s just such a day that this song is the best choice.
It’s just such a day that this song is the best choice.
It is not only enough to seek help from other people by using meditative and alternative therapies on your way to spiritual empowerment. It would help much if you were able to become the personal coach to your own self so that you can criticize easily if you make any mistakes.
Having an enriched and empowered spiritual life would mean that a person is able to accept one’s self, no matter the limitations he has. When you fail to accept that and tend to blame yourself for things because you are a weak person who has too little capabilities, then you should start to tutor yourself into forgetting that part. Keep in mind that you are on the road to spiritual empowerment, if you do not help yourself improve and accept things as they are, nobody else can help you in that aspect.
It is also important that you always remember the mistakes you have done in the past and take action from them instead of regressing and going back the other way. Do not forget that mistakes are what shapes a person and sometimes, they can be inevitable. One can always learn something from a mistake and when he does, he commits never to make the same action again.
However, you must also remember that a person learns and improves. You cannot always say that it is unavoidable to make a mistake because it can be – when it happens repeatedly. Making the same mistakes over again is a sign that you are not doing anything to help yourself improve and move a notch higher in terms of spiritual empowerment.
Become your own coach – you are the only person who can always accompany yourself and check for any mistakes that you might commit. You are also the only person who can bring yourself not ever to commit the same mistake again.
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A few days ago we also expected snow here in Slovenia. It was truly magical as the city also shone in festive colors and lights.
There is no snow today because it was raining and warming up. But for a bit of that pre-holiday atmosphere, something pleasing to the ear.
We are in a period of transition from one era into others when possible
just about everything./ Vaclav Havel/
In the fields of physics, business, spirituality, and even we have been hearing about a paradigm shift for many years now, a new era, a quantum leap, a new world order, a turning point the point, new age, and holographic reality. Even Star Wars brought us a powerful vision of ‘jumping into hyperspace’. Tomas Kuhn as early as 1962 popularized the concept of change paradigm when he described evolution as a ‘sequence of peaceful Zod interrupted by intellectually violent revolutions ’, within whose ‘old conceptual views of the world are replaced by new ones’.
A paradigm shift therefore essentially means a change in an act of understanding life, and thus a change of all our behavior and action. Let us remember what the development of agriculture is like changed the primitive hunting and gathering society, but how the discovery of the printing press saved us from ecclesiastical domination in the age of medieval gloom; or how our personal computer and the World Wide Web help in the transition from local loneliness towards a comprehensive global society.
But however, all these transitions were very important for the development of skills that remained at the level of change.
We only find out what really counts in life when it is no longer available to us. Over the past few months, many of us have found out how beneficial it is to simply open the front door and go for a walk. By walking, we not only move our body but also our spirit. Walking works anytime, anywhere, and the best thing about it is that it’s free. The colors, shapes, and sounds that we perceive when walking sharpen our attention and its positive healing effects are often underestimated. By walking, we move the joints, strengthen the muscles, and stimulate the functioning of the cardiovascular system, in addition to training the body’s ability to coordinate and reduce stress levels. All the listed positive effects of walking are the more pronounced and long-lasting, the more often and faster we are in motion.
German scientists researching the movement have been able to learn a lot of positive from the challenges we have faced in recent months. Namely, people set off on foot even more often than usual and indulge in their thoughts while walking. While walking, we all think about something, so we can claim to become true philosophers when we set out on foot. Walking encourages us to think about what makes a society worth living in and what a beautiful life is. Walking gradually clears the head and makes a proctor for new perspectives. Who r walks regularly, walks through life more confidently and attentively.
For intense walking pleasure, scientists recommend that we go for a walk along ever new paths and that we sometimes go where we haven’t been for a long time or where we have never been before. Curiosity thus focuses not only on areas we know or are considered beautiful but on the whole environment. Scientists are convinced that only by walking around the world do we get a real impression of what all is part of the world.
So, I invite you to get to know your surroundings anew.
They maintain a healthy heart
Brazil nuts are high in fat, especially healthy, unsaturated fats, which include HDL cholesterol, omega 3 fatty acids, and oleic and palmitoleic acid. These types of fats are the reason that Brazil nuts maintain overall heart health and regulate cholesterol levels, as they eliminate the dangerous omega 6 fatty acids from the cardiovascular system. Balanced cholesterol reduces the risk of atherosclerosis, heart attacks, and strokes. However, Brazil nuts also contain some dangerous, saturated fats, so they should not be overdone.
They take care of healthy skin
The vitamins and nutrients in Brazil nuts protect the health of the skin. Selenium in them maintains a healthy glow and elasticity of the skin and thus works against premature aging. It stimulates the antioxidant glutathione, which removes free radicals from cells, which cause wrinkles and skin cancer. The high content of zinc works against acne – for this purpose, you can eat nuts or lubricate critical areas with Brazil nut oil, as it also contains many vitamins and antioxidants.
They help fight overweight
The high content of fiber, protein and complex carbohydrates makes Brazil nuts a very filling food, so after eating them, the need for snacks, which introduce unnecessary calories, is reduced. But let’s remember: 28 grams of these nuts contain as many as 185 calories, so enjoy them in small amounts, otherwise the effect will be the opposite.
They contribute to good digestion
The fiber in Brazil nuts regulates the digestive system. Namely, they enable the peristaltic movement of food through the digestive tract, while excreting as many nutrients as possible. They also prevent stomach ulcers, constipation, bloating, cramps, and more serious illnesses such as colon cancer. Regulated digestion can increase energy levels and weight loss.
They take care of the proper functioning of the thyroid gland
Selenium, which Brazil nuts contain a lot, plays an important role in the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. This gland produces, distributes, and regulates extremely important hormones. By ensuring the proper functioning of the thyroid gland (and by producing it itself), selenium ensures the proper functioning of other processes in the body, among other things, it maintains a healthy metabolism
They strengthen the immune system
Due to the many nutrients, minerals, antioxidants, and organic compounds they contain, Brazil nuts are one of the foods that help boost a strong immune system. Vitamin C in combination with selenium and zinc promotes the production of white blood cells and promotes antioxidant compounds to neutralize free radicals, preventing many chronic diseases, including cancer and cardiovascular disease.
They take care of fast growth and healing
The protein that Brazil nuts contain in a nice amount is crucial for muscle growth, energy, cell growth, and wound repair and healing. Nuts also contain vitamin C, which is an important component of collagen, which is also crucial for human growth and the regeneration of blood vessels, tissues, and cells.
They increase the effectiveness of nutrients
The high content of magnesium helps to promote the efficiency of nutrient intake in the digestive system, so Brazil nuts also ensure that you get the most out of the food you eat. They are also a great source of zinc.
Some people may develop a nut allergy when eating Brazil nuts. Reaction symptoms may be mild (for example, itchy skin) or more severe: difficulty breathing, abdominal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. Allergic cross-reactions can occur with the simultaneous consumption of mangoes, cashews, and pistachios.
Selenium poisoning can occur if you eat too many Brazil nuts. Symptoms of intoxication include nausea, vomiting, bad breath, and emotional disturbances. Dental caries, hair loss, neuropathic pain, and dermatitis may also occur. Therefore, it is recommended to eat two to a maximum of four nuts (each weighing about 5 grams) per day.
For those with heart problems, eating Brazil nuts is not recommended, as they contain saturated fats in addition to unsaturated ones. In this case, consult a specialist before eating Brazil nuts.
Slightly cloudy, a degree colder, but beautiful morning and the trail took me to cultivated fields where a veritable treasure trove of omega-3 fatty acids is growing. Of course, I’m talking about Portulaca oleracea. Again a translation problem, but the image will be credible enough.
This plant is an herbaceous annual with a fleshy stem and dark green oval leaves that grow wild on cultivated and abandoned soils and along paths. It is believed to be native to Asia but also thrives in the temperate climate of other continents.
Omega-3 fatty acids are deficient in the modern diet and are found mainly in fish.
These are important for the heart and blood vessels and for strengthening the immune defense. Among other things, Portulaca oleracea is credited with influencing improved blood flow and preventing the formation of clots in blood vessels.
The plant is harvested all summer. For medicinal purposes, we use its above-ground parts, which can be dried and crushed into powder (capsules) or fresh in rolls and compresses.
Portulaca oleracea contains, among other things:
– high in plant omega-3 fatty acids. 100 grams of fresh leaves contain 300 to 400 milligrams of fatty acids.
– mucus (which helps inflamed mucous membranes)
– antioxidant vitamins C, E and beta-carotene (which is converted into vitamin A in the body)
– antioxidant glutathione
– potassium and calcium minerals.
Young shoots of the plant can be eaten fresh in a salad, steamed, or prepared in the soup. It can be cooked much like spinach. Portulaca oleracea has a slightly sour, salty, and lemon taste. The leaves are most commonly used in cooking, but the roots, flowers, and seeds are also edible.
As a culinary herb, it is being rediscovered in the UK. In French cuisine, meaty leaves are used raw in salads or cooked in equal proportions with sorrel in the classic bonne femme soup. In Asia, fat is used in dishes prepared by roasting and mixing. Australian natives used the seeds in cakes.
Portulaca oleracea also works well for soaking, for which we use wine or apple cider vinegar, seasoned with garlic, hot peppers, and whole peppercorns.
As I said in a previous article, I continue with wild plants and everything that enriches our everyday lives. Today I decided to present the Chenopodium album.
I use the Latin term because unfortunately, I could not find the translation. I am attaching a picture and I believe that you will easily find the plant on a nearby meadow, hiking trails, at the edge of the forest …
It is a very widespread “weed”, which has been systematically cultivated in some places. It turns out that the consumption of this plant has a huge positive impact on health. In addition, this plant is also very tasty – it tastes a bit like spinach. Because the leaves contain a lot of minerals, they have a slightly salty taste. If you dry and grind them, you can easily use them instead of salt.
Chenopodium album contains large amounts of vitamins A and C. In addition, it can contain many B vitamins. Among the minerals contained in this plant, calcium, manganese, potassium, iron, and copper stand out. Of course is also an excellent source of dietary fiber, which is crucial for good digestion and for a healthy heart and blood vessels.
Chenopodium album leaves can be used to soothe the skin after insect bites and to promote healing of minor wounds and sunburns. They also relieve joint pain. Tea made from the leaves of Chenopodium album is very useful for stomach problems. Because the plant, as already mentioned, contains a lot of iron, it helps prevent anemia. Is also great for detoxifying the body. If you have problems with constipation, you can make tea from the roots of the plant, as it will act as a mild natural laxative. The roots are also useful for making natural cleansers. In them, we find saponins, which foam in water, similar to soap.
Summer is in all its beauty also in my place. I am outside every day and I recharge my batteries for the days when summer will slowly give way to autumn. I observe all this lavishness, primordial wildness, colorfulness, and abundance. And it was this wildness of the plant that attracted me. We are used to buying food in supermarkets, maybe we also grow it in our gardens, fields…
But we rarely think that we can find it in nature and include it in our daily diet. And I would like to talk about that today and in the days to come. Introduce some wild plants and what benefits they bring to our bodies.
I decided to introduce the nettle first because I assume you all know it.
Young tops and leaves are an excellent stimulator of iron and calcium metabolism. Nettle tea, as well as the leaves themselves, eliminate acidity and detoxify the body. It has always been used to treat rheumatic diseases.
The modern pharmacy has proven to be beneficial in flushing kidney sand. Less well known is that nettle roots have been used in monastic medicine to treat prostate problems. As it increases the flow of urine through the bladder, it reduces its stagnation. This, too, has been confirmed by modern science. We use fresh or dried leaves to make tea. They can also be added to food and eaten as vegetables. Nettle roots are dug up, cleaned, and dried in autumn. We make tea from them. We can consume up to about 6 g of roots per day.
They contain precious oils and proteins. It is one of the best superfoods to improve blood count and overall immunity. In the monastery medicine, there are records of the treatment of asthma with nettle seeds mixed with honey. However, if they added ground pepper and red wine to such a mixture, they got a real love potion.
Nettle root tea was once used to massage and wash the scalp. Thus, they strengthened the hair roots and accelerated hair growth.
Nettle seeds also have an extremely high nutritional value. These are actually tiny fruits. They contain precious oils and proteins.