Added by fruit faery on June 23, 2017 at 9:07am — No Comments
Less than a month off Raw Till 4, and I'm back.
I just don't feel great eating a more regular vegan diet.
Here I begin again.
bananas, mangoes - so much producing, biking it in from all over town, but it's worth it to feel good.
Living sustainably on $100/week in NYC
Added by Jennifer Liepin on June 18, 2017 at 12:27pm — No Comments
It's not that cheap fruit cannot be found in NYC. Just the other day I photographed the bounty I brought in from fruit stands, foraging, and Union Square Greenmarket for under $20.…
Last week was very cold and so I kept all the fruit trees covered--hoping that would protect the fruit tree blooms. It looks like the pear blooms and nectarine blooms survived but are wilted; while the other peach and plum trees waited till after the week of frost to bloom. There was lots of bees on those trees yesterday.
It's sad to say, but the 5 year old Peach tree I planted from Arborday.org died this year. I can at least say I got a fruit harvest off of it last summer, and…
I am past age 50 and had a harder time trying to find the right diet. I am also Asian and come from a country where there were famines through the ages.
Here is what I learned. It may help you as well:…Continue
Added by Jennifer Liepin on February 25, 2017 at 1:34am — No Comments
Added by abi-abs on February 18, 2017 at 5:04am — No Comments
Real Talk For Light Workers Episode Two - You MUST go into your cave
Today let us look at this whole idea of spending time - lots of time - by YOURSELF.
You see what I mean.
As the light-worker that you are, you are most likely pretty darn sensitive. …Continue
Added by Ali Washington on February 14, 2017 at 10:08pm — No Comments
The Part About Living Your Passion That No One Talks About
You have seen those people on the internet. On t.v. In books.
The ones who were struggling, sad, in a terrible state. Who then went on some sort of spiritual quest, and ended up with a life of their dreams.
They found the loves of their lives. They…Continue
Real Talk For Light-Workers - Episode One:
Welcome to the newest offering here on Perception Trainers - The Real Talk For Light-Workers Series!
It is time for us light workers, empaths, healers, coaches, artists, creators and everyone else who knows that they are here to 'do' something of benefit in this world, to come together and get REAL about what this journey really looks like.…Continue
Added by Ali Washington on February 7, 2017 at 10:29pm — No Comments
Self hate can feel like a really awesome, powerful motivator to get shit done in your life.
First, you may feel you don't have 'self hate' so to speak, but rather a healthy level of self rejection that keeps you in check, That keeps you on track. That keeps you from falling into the worst of what you know you can be.
But my friend, know that this is simply self hate masquerading as self…Continue
Added by Ali Washington on February 2, 2017 at 10:04pm — No Comments
According to USDA reports, nearly 10 billion land animals are raised and killed every year for food in the U.S. alone.
Farm Animal Rights Movement (FARM), is bringing this injustice to the country’s attention by showing the hard-hitting 10 Billion Lives video at college campuses, music festivals and street…Continue
Added by Jennifer Liepin on January 31, 2017 at 11:44pm — No Comments
At this point, I think we can all safely say that our current model of commerce is not working.
We are seeing a continued trend of those in power getting more powerful, and those with lack of resources having fewer and fewer resources.
We have created an economy based on lack, on fear, of not enough. And we are absolutly seeing the consequences of this on a global…Continue
Why Following Your Bliss Is Not So Easy Part One
Alright. You have heard that you should follow your bliss.
Do what makes you happy.
Find your passion and just, you know, do that.
That all sounds well and good except for a couple of things:
How do you figure out what your passion is, when you don’t…Continue
Added by Ali Washington on January 26, 2017 at 10:14pm — No Comments