Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Kalika’ Category

The Promise of TomorrowThe promise Creator gives us Comes with every new day,The gift of breath, the gift of life, Opportunities in a vast array.How do we count our blessings, Through the choices life can bring?Is it through joyful lessons? Or the fears to which we cling?Are we learning to show gratitude, For the victories over human pain?By honoring the feeling choices, We grasp the will we’ve regained.Can we change our focus, With no need to defend?Acknowledging joy and sorrow, Without judging foe or friend?Tomorrow promises the fullness Of every human way to know:How we master each challenge Determines our balance – reflecting how we grow.Jamie Sams “Earth Medicine”..
The Promise of Tomorrow!
The promise Creator gives us Comes with every new day,
The gift of breath, the gift of life, Opportunities in a vast array.
How do we count our blessings, Through the choices life can bring?
Is it through joyful lessons? Or the fears to which we cling?
Are we learning to show gratitude, For the victories over human pain?
By honoring the feeling choices, We grasp the will we’ve regained.
Can we change our focus, With no need to defend?
Acknowledging joy and sorrow, Without judging foe or friend?
Tomorrow promises the fullness Of every human way to know:
How we master each challenge Determines our balance – reflecting how we grow.
Jamie Sams “Earth Medicine”
Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

 
It doesn't matter what others think of you if you are fulfilling your life's purpose. If you worry about what other people say, you give away your power. Be original!
James Van Praagh

Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

 
Underground Health
Underground Health

Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

“I can choose either to be a victim of the world or an adventurer in search of treasure.<br />It's all a question of how I view my life.”<br />~  Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes</p><p>♥ Anna
Heart Highlights
“I can choose either to be a victim of the world or an adventurer in search of treasure.
It’s all a question of how I view my life.”
~ Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes~
Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

 
Our lives have become far too busy if we are missing the small, beautiful, everyday things.
~ Jeff Anderson~
Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

If it’s not in your area of expertise….you can try to understand all you want and in the end still not understand!

What is more important in your life?

Open your own wisdom and knowledge.

Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

#quote #inspiration #motivationJoin me on Twitter @ http://www.twitter.com/naeemcallawayand for Christian Devotionals check us out @ http://spiritualinspiration.tumblr.com/
Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

 
  • The heart of human excellence often begins to beat when you discover a pursuit that absorbs you, frees you, challenges you, and gives you a sense of meaning, joy and passion.unknown </p><p>post by Madeleine ~ <3 ~
    The heart of human excellence often begins to beat when you discover a pursuit that absorbs you, frees you, challenges you, and gives you a sense of meaning, joy and passion.
    Author unknown

Shared by “Kalika”

Read Full Post »

St. John's Wort (Hypericum Perforatum)~This "weed" grows everywhere! It is native to Europe and was introduced when N. American was settled by the Europeans (like MANY other invasive plant species). It is often in disturbed, low nutrient, damp soils. These perennial flowers bloom brightly until the real heat of the summer starts setting in. Human Medicinal Properties~St. John's Wort is a known antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, astringent, vulnerary and a sedative. This plant is one of the most studied plants in our immediate history of science and medicine the way we know and understand it. It contains Hypericin, a compound that helps stimulate the seratonin response system and a important neurotransmitter that is linking to feeling good. In all of it's uses it has been proven that there are no toxic effects from using this plant.-Topically, it is good for bruises and muscle strains, and varicose veins. Especially focusing on inflammation of the nerves. - It is used a powerful antidepressant when taken internally.- It can calm the nerves when taken internally, therefore it is used as a sedative.How to use:The flowers are the most potent when they are picked fresh At the height of their flowering an on a dry day, you can see the red colored oils beading on the flowers. This is the best time to pick them for medicine.Get a pint Mason Jar, fill the flowers to the top of the jar (pack them in there!) and then add organic olive oil and fill to the top. Let sit for a full moon cycle (28 days) and shake as often as you can remember during that time. The oil will turn a beautiful red color. Strain the flowers and use on sore muscles, swellings, arthritis and bruising. For internal use, a tincture is the best way to get the medicine. Use a pint sized Mason jar and stuff the fresh flowers in the jar. Fill with grain alcohol and let sit for one moon cycle (28 days). Make sure to shake it often during the 28 days as often as you can. Strain the flowers and put in a sealed jar. You can use 10 drops at a time under your tongue as needed and as often as you want. When you are feeling low or overwhelmed, the tincture will help to stimulate your seratonin levels and feel better. You can use the tincture for chronic joint pain to ease the nerve response.It also comes in a Homeopathic form. Hypericum Perforatum is great for reducing swelling and helping in immediate trauma.Here's to your Health!
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum Perforatum)~
This “weed” grows everywhere! It is native to Europe and was introduced when N. American was settled by the Europeans (like MANY other invasive plant species). It is often in disturbed, low nutrient, damp soils. These perennial flowers bloom brightly until the real heat of the summer starts setting in.
Human Medicinal Properties~
St. John’s Wort is a known antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, astringent, vulnerary and a sedative. This plant is one of the most studied plants in our immediate history of science and medicine the way we know and understand it. It contains Hypericin, a compound that helps stimulate the seratonin response system and a important neurotransmitter that is linking to feeling good. In all of it’s uses it has been proven that there are no toxic effects from using this plant.
-Topically, it is good for bruises and muscle strains, and varicose veins. Especially focusing on inflammation of the nerves.
– It is used a powerful antidepressant when taken internally.
– It can calm the nerves when taken internally, therefore it is used as a sedative.
How to use:
The flowers are the most potent when they are picked fresh At the height of their flowering an on a dry day, you can see the red colored oils beading on the flowers. This is the best time to pick them for medicine.
Get a pint Mason Jar, fill the flowers to the top of the jar (pack them in there!) and then add organic olive oil and fill to the top. Let sit for a full moon cycle (28 days) and shake as often as you can remember during that time. The oil will turn a beautiful red color. Strain the flowers and use on sore muscles, swellings, arthritis and bruising.
For internal use, a tincture is the best way to get the medicine. Use a pint sized Mason jar and stuff the fresh flowers in the jar. Fill with grain alcohol and let sit for one moon cycle (28 days). Make sure to shake it often during the 28 days as often as you can. Strain the flowers and put in a sealed jar. You can use 10 drops at a time under your tongue as needed and as often as you want. When you are feeling low or overwhelmed, the tincture will help to stimulate your seratonin levels and feel better. You can use the tincture for chronic joint pain to ease the nerve response.
It also comes in a Homeopathic form. Hypericum Perforatum is great for reducing swelling and helping in immediate trauma.
Here’s to your Health!
Shared by ‘Kalika”

Read Full Post »

Dandelion Leaves (Taraxacum officinale)~<br />These beautiful little flowers are coming up everywhere! AND the honey bees love them! The new leaves make such a great stir fry or nice addition to any soup or casserole. The bitter flavor is so helpful to digestion and adding important enzymes to your body. The leaves are a awesome liver tonic and help in reducing inflammation in your liver, gallbadder, spleen and pancreas. When you eat them everyday for a full week, you will have a sunnier attitude. The liver holds anger in the body and cleaning it out, helps rid that emotion.<br />Cooking with Dandelion leaves-<br />Put organic olive oil in a pan on med. heat and add onions, garlic, salt and pepper. Throw in the fresh leaves and stir it up until the leaves are dark green and a bit soft. Have it as a side dish and you will be surprised how delicious this free green is! If you are making a pot of beans, throw some greens in the pot to reduce gas in the beans. Use them in any casserole as an extra veggie. Put them in your smoothie. I like them with savory smoothie (greens, tomato juice, cucumbers, salt, pepper and garlic)<br />**Please make sure that you are collecting the leaves from areas that are NOT sprayed with chemicals!!
Dandelion Leaves (Taraxacum officinale)~
These beautiful little flowers are coming up everywhere! AND the honey bees love them! The new leaves make such a great stir fry or nice addition to any soup or casserole. The bitter flavor is so helpful to digestion and adding important enzymes to your body. The leaves are a awesome liver tonic and help in reducing inflammation in your liver, gallbadder, spleen and pancreas. When you eat them everyday for a full week, you will have a sunnier attitude. The liver holds anger in the body and cleaning it out, helps rid that emotion.
Cooking with Dandelion leaves-
Put organic olive oil in a pan on med. heat and add onions, garlic, salt and pepper. Throw in the fresh leaves and stir it up until the leaves are dark green and a bit soft. Have it as a side dish and you will be surprised how delicious this free green is! If you are making a pot of beans, throw some greens in the pot to reduce gas in the beans. Use them in any casserole as an extra veggie. Put them in your smoothie. I like them with savory smoothie (greens, tomato juice, cucumbers, salt, pepper and garlic)
**Please make sure that you are collecting the leaves from areas that are NOT sprayed with chemicals!!
Shared by ‘Kalika”

Read Full Post »

« Newer Posts - Older Posts »