A student of life

I am  still on the journey to live a fully engaged life physically, spiritually and emotionally. I believe we have to feed our mind with the right thoughts, our body with the right food and our spirit with teaching.

I’ve been listening to the late Dr. Wayne Dyer.  As most of you might know – he passed away rather suddenly. Luckily I have a lot of his mp3s and I keep being taught by him. I have also discovered Dr. Sebi a naturalist, herbalist and someone who seems to know a thing or two about food.

I have also started taking another course from Debra Poneman author of Yes to Success programs.  So I feel that I am in a good place.  I have also bought Matt Kahn’s book Whatever Arises Love That. and have been listening to his videos which I find quite enlightening.

What I want to share with you is Dr. Sebi’s insights about the nature of foods and how to maintain a healthy and beautiful life.  To do this we have to avoid starch which is acid based and incorporate an alkaline forming diet.  Acid creates mucus in the body which is inflammation which is at the root of most chronic diseases. In order to be disease free one has to eat electric foods to match our electric bodies.  He said to avoid all GMOs, hybrid foods, meat and to always eat the foods that nature created.  He has provided a list of recommended foods which are electric.  This meal that I prepared (below) looks bland but it is very delicious.  This is  quinoa noodles, lobster mushroom and zucchini.  This is considered an alkaline, electric food.  It is topped with some fermented salsa.food and stuff 003.JPG


Here is a link for you to take a look at

Dr. Sebi Nutritional Guide – Mucus Reducing Alkaline Diet




Simple foods you can make with little fuss

Boiled egg, vegetables and rice




You are Royalty



Quoteable Quote


Life’s waters flow from darkness. Search the darkness, don’t run from it.
Night travelers are full of light, and you are too: don’t leave this companionship…
The moon appears for night travelers, be watchful when the moon is full.

Rumi ~


Happy Spring


It is a time of renewal, rebirth and refuel. This season is endowed with special energies that you can tap into and express in your own way. Time to do some spring cleaning in all areas of your life – physically, mentally, environmentally.   As you clear the debris of winter away you begin to feel lighter and more energetic.

During the winter I spent a lot of time exploring different teachings, wisdom-teachers and ways of living a fuller and more healthy life.  I began to fully embrace living in the now (sometimes I slip back in old habits but do not remain there for long) and it has produced wonderful results.  I have begun following the work of Matt Kahn. His book Whatever Arises Love that is very powerful.  I bought five books and gave one to each of my children, another to a friend and another as a going away gift to a coworker. I am trying to following the insights in this book and whatever arises in me according to Kahn is there to be loved and I off love to it.

I believe passionately that love is the alchemy for today’s world problems.  We have to love ourselves and love everything on the planet. Love those who appear unlovable because they need it more.  Here are a few quotes from Kahn’s book.

“Whatever arises…Love That.”

“You’re learning to be nourished by the love you give, not by the validation offered in response to your giving.”

“Sadness is the love in your heart that has yet to be given away.”

“When the heart opens completely, you will stumble upon the most powerful force in the universe – your loving eternal presence.”

May be peace with you. I love you – who ever reads this my love is with you.



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