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Make your own natural tooth polish in 5 mins!

toothpolishLately I have been making my own toothpaste and it has been really helping my mouth. I decided to share the recipe and let others in on it because it has really been great. I struggle with a lot of gum and teeth issues so I am always looking for new tools to avoid future problems. This of course is a suggestion and it may not work for everyone. However, enjoy and let me know what you think!

Ingredients:

  • 3 tablespoons- Coconut Oil
  • 1 tablespoon- Baking Soda
  • 1 tablespoon- Diatomaceus Earth
  • 1 teaspoon- Bamboo Activated Charcoal (food grade)
  • 1 teaspoon- Bentonite Clay (food grade)
  • 25 drops- Peppermint Essential oil

Blend together all ingredients in a glass bowl and put into a small jar or glass container. Use as needed to brighten up your smile!

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Transformational Creatures: The Sacred Snake

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Snakes are very interesting and sacred beings. Snakes can represent healing, transformation, primal energy, and spiritual guidance. They shed their skin and come into the new so they are often seen as symbols of transformation. The snake is a power animal and it can show up at a time when increased energy is manifesting. The snake moves and travels with its body very close to the earth. It is connected with the Earth’s energy and life force. The snake is a symbol of healing so it should be taken into consideration how you are using your energy to heal yourself or others. Your energy should be cultivated through nature and its resources. In ancient tales and traditions, snakes are seen as healers.

In Greek mythology, Asclepius is known as the god of medicine. He is a distinguished healer that is known to be featured with two snakes climbing up a rod. This symbol today is known as Caduceus.It is said that a snake licked the ears of Asclepius to return his kindness and filled him with knowledge of ancient healing wisdom.  It was believed that his snake companions would slither across the bodies of those who were sick and lick them back to good health while they were sleeping. Greek mythology held that people could gain second sight or hearing when licked by the snake.

caduceus_1924-svgWhile snakes can be seen as medicine and healers, they also have the ability to poison. They are similar to fungi in a sense that they contain chemicals that can heal, kill, or expand consciousness, possibly containing the elixir of life. Snakes are seen as the wisest when it comes to herbal knowledge.

Snakes are also seen as a dual expression of good and evil. The Hopi people are known to have a snake dance to ensure that rain will fall on their crops and ensure a good season. It is known to incorporate the Snake Youth (which is the sky spirit) and the Snake Girl (the underworld spirit) to renew fertility in nature. Live snakes were used in the dance and then were thrown into the fields for a good growing season. It is a prayer to the spirits of the sky for rainfall, thunder and lightning. In Hinduism, Kundalini is the power of pure desire and mother energy, it is a coiled serpent.

Just like snakes themselves, there is endless knowledge of the sacred meaning of the snake. If you happen to come across one, think about where you are in your life and what you are putting your energy into. The snake is full of wisdom and we can definitely learn a thing or two from these spiritual creatures.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snakes_in_mythology

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serpent_(symbolism)

Snake Spirit Animal

AMMO

Sacred Circle: Hula Hooping For the Body, Mind and Spirit

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Connecting with the hula hoop can be a magical experience. There is truth to why the hula hoop can be such a heart opening and transformational tool. Anytime we choose to engage in the hula hoop, we create our own sacred space between ourselves and the hoop. The connection we develop with the hula hoop is our own and it allows us to embark on our own personal journey, if we so choose. The movement not only engages our core strength but our spirit. The circle itself is a sacred symbol, it draws us in.

The Meaning Behind the Shape

The sacred circle creates a space that is safe and shielding for those who choose to engage.

The circle means:

  • universal
  • mobility
  • sacred
  • divine
  • inclusion
  • centering
  • protection
  • completion

That is only just a few because just like the circle, the possibilities are infinite. The circle is endless in nature, and its energy waltzes along the rhythm of time. The shape of the hoop possesses great power that many different cultures look at as spiritual.

Certain circles can trigger awareness and consciousness. They demand attention and we abide by their power. Some common circles that trigger awareness are:

  • Clocks- awareness of the essence of time
  • Planets- being in tune with the universe
  • The sun/moon- telling day from night
  • Egg- new life
  • Portals- access to dimensions different from our own
  • Cells- the life inside us all
  • Eyeballs- visions and the ability to see
  • Compass- directionally aware
  • Wheels- mobility and freedom to move
  • Seeds- the start of life and nurturing
  • Coins- currency and change

Cultural Significance

  • Alchemical symbolism

The circle is seen as a point of focus and concentration. It comes up a lot in esoteric alchemical art. The circle is used to put emphasis on the work at hand. It is often used when doing magic work or experimentation.

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  • Native American Spirituality

The circle can be seen as the Sun, the Moon, and her children. The circle embodies spiritual energies that consider it to be sacred. It is the integration of energy and matter. The Medicine Wheel is in the shape of a circle and it is considered to guide in treating illnesses. Illnesses come from spiritual imbalances, and the wheel brings about spiritual and physical balance. It also depicts the circle of life.

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  • Celtic

Circles were drawn as protective boundaries, not to be crossed by enemies or evil.They are also seen as a symbol of the cosmos which is an intangible process of time. It is a reminder of safety and sanctuary.

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  • Chinese Symbology

The circle symbolizes the shape of heaven. Earth takes on the shape of the square. A square inside a circle signifies the unity of heaven and earth. Also, the circle is seen as balance between the yin and the yang. It embodies duality and balance within that.

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Movement for the Body and Spirit

Hula hoops bring about excellent physical activity that works in unity with the body and spirit. Hooping offers the opportunity to gain solid core strength that is essential for overall body support and movement. It also helps with spinal mobility which is essential for bending and stretching.

The Physical

Hula hooping is good for a number of reasons:

  • Cardiovascular endurance

Hula hooping burns a large amount of calories and it gets your heart pumping, depending on how long you do it for. It allows your body to work for oxygen

  • Beneficial to Joint Health

Hooping increases joint and spinal mobility. The rhythm of the hoop gives your body the chance to reach optimal joint health. This movement allows for your intervertebral discs to receive nutrients that are crucial for a healthy spine.

  • Core and Muscle Strength

The repetitive hip movements can really help strengthen the muscles and core. A strong core can help support the back and lessen back pain. It also strengthens the lower back muscles which can help anyone with history of back pain. It also helps strengthen the upper and lower extremities. It also can work as many as 30 of your body’s muscles!

  • Improves Hand- Eye Coordination

It challenges your brain and muscles! It sends signals to you brain for reversing direction, catching the hoop and reacting to the rhythm in which the hoop goes.

The Spirit

The movements hula hooping possesses are very spiritually driven due to:

  • Rhythm

Rhythm connects us to our primal state of being. Everything in nature is done in a rhythm when it comes to ocean tides, growing plants, transitioning from day to night, and the circle of life itself. When we embody a rhythm, we can default back to our primal energy and our natural selves. Hula hoops allow us to find our rhythm, in any way we choose, and flow with it. We go with the flow, and even if the rhythm changes, we keep flowing.

  • Spiraling

Spirals are sacred symbols that represent energy. If you look at pure energy under a microscope, it forms spiral patterns.They also represent growth and evolution. A lot of movements that are done in hooping encompass either a spiral activity or shape. Hula hooping creates spiral movements with the head and body, and the energy that is used creates alignment with the body and spirit. Overtime your relationship with the hoop evolves and grows, much like the representation of the spiral.

  • Sacral Rocking

Hula hooping involves moving the sacrum back and forth in a rocking motion. This helps to loosen up energy blocks in the sacral energy or chakra. By becoming mindful of this motion when doing it, you can become more aware of your sacral energy. The Sacral Chakra is the center of feeling, pleasure, emotion, sensuality, intimacy and connection.

  • Massaging Abdominals

In many cultures the belly is known as the “seat of the soul”. The naval is where we first received energy from our mother’s womb. The blood, oxygen and nutrition flowed from her body into ours. The abdomen is sacred, it was the beginning of our energy flow. Abdominal massaging can increase blood flow to vital organs. It also helps to stimulate the body’s natural detoxification process and it releases emotional tension. Hula hooping can help massage the abdominals and it can make you feel good!

Whatever reason you have to hoop just go out and do it. Not only is there a lot to learn.But it is healthy for your body, mind and spirit.

 

SOURCES:

http://www.whats-your-sign.com/circle-symbol-meaning.html

http://altreligion.about.com/od/symbols/ig/Geometric-Shapes/Circles.htm

http://mmsl.wikia.com/wiki/Alchemical_Circles

http://www.support-native-american-art.com/Native-American-Medicine-Wheels.html

http://www.nextavenue.org/the-health-benefits-of-hula-hoops/

http://www.livestrong.com/article/124992-health-benefits-hula-hooping/

http://www.thespinsterz.com/blog/health-benefits-of-hula-hooping/

http://www.ancient-symbols.com/sacred_symbols.html

http://hoopnotica.com/blogs/stay-in-the-hoop/15471071-the-benefits-of-hula-hooping-aka-why-you-should-start-hooping-for-fitness-today

http://www.chopra.com/ccl/6-ways-to-create-a-sacred-space-at-home

http://www.chakra-anatomy.com/sacral-chakra.html

http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/benefits-of-abdominal-massage/

 

AMMO

 

Powerful Plant Personalities : Mighty, Mighty, Ginger Root

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Qualities that are warming, fiery, passionate and hardworking. The personality of a plant can really say a lot, and ginger deserves to be known as a “power root”. She draws in adventures and new experiences while boosting sensuality, sexuality and confidence. Ginger is known bring about abundance and it should be consumed in that manner as well.

So what is it about Ginger that makes it so powerful? It has been used in cultures around the globe for a multitude of reasons. Traditional Chinese pharmacopeias suggest that long term use can put a person in contact with spiritual advantages. When it comes to the ancient Ayurvedic health system in India, ginger is known as “universal medicine”. Ginger, also known as Zingiber Officinale, can be used to treat a number of ailments and symptoms. Some treatments include: headaches, digestive issues, nausea, morning sickness, motion sickness, cancer and tumor growth, loss of appetite, cramps, toothaches, cough, cold, chills, the flu, poor circulation, inflammation, high blood pressure, and cholic.

Gingerol, or [6]-gingerol, is the main active ingredient in fresh ginger. Gingerol is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory as well as, a cancer fighting compound. Research has shown ginger can stop the growth of tumors and balance the effects of chemotherapy on the body.

Ginger inhibits inflammatory feedback in the brain which could improve brain function and protect against Alzheimer’s. Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress can make the aging process worse, so ginger helps to decrease both of those and promote healthy aging.

Ginger is also known as an aphrodisiac and reproductive tonic. Due to the fact that ginger increases blood flow, it is a warming and stimulating root. It brings about an immediate and warming sensation to the body which increases sexual stimulation and arousal.

There’s good reason to be passionate about Ginger. Just remember, like people, plants have varying personalities. Some are stronger than others and some may not gel with your personality. So before you make any commitments, find out if ginger is the right fit for you. Not everyone can handle her fire and strength.

AMMO

 

Science Meets Spirituality- Tachyon 

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Healing at any level is made possible by the ability to tap into the energy inside us all. “Natural forces within us are the true healers of disease,”Hippocrates. Obstructions in the frequencies of our energy level can create health-related issues. A link between the form and formless, the merging of science and spirituality, can create a doorway to All That Is.

This gateway is known as Tachyon and it could be a catalyst for self-healing. Tachyon derives from the Greek root Tachy meaning “rapid”. This has to do with the theory that Tachyon is faster than light.  Some physicists believe that faster than light particles cannot exist because they are not consistent with the known laws of physics. However, spiritual healers and workers incorporate Tachyon into their practice to bring about the integration of love, harmony, and cooperation into their energy.

Sources:

http://www.energeticarts.com/tachyon/tachyon-energy-4.htm

https://tachyon-energy-products.com

AMMO

Handful of Recipes: Fiyah Cidah

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Handful of Fiyah Cidah

Ingredients:

  • 2 bottles of Bragg’s organic, unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 cup of peeled and grated organic ginger root
  • 1/2 an organic onion
  • 7 cloves of chopped organic garlic
  • 2 tablespoons of grated organic turmeric root
  • Raw local honey
  • 1/2 a chili pepper finely chopped
  • A squeeze of lemon juice

You will also need:

  • A large mason jar ( 1 quart)- two part seal lid
  • Grater
  • Peeler
  • Knife
  • Waxed paper
  • Cheese cloth

Directions:

  1. Finely chop garlic, onion and red chili pepper, peel and grate ginger and turmeric root *place all prepared ingredients into a large mason jar*
  2. Pour in Apple Cider Vinegar *preferred organic with “The Mother”*
  3. Place a square of waxed paper ontop of the jar *this is so your lid will avoid rusting* Screw a tight seal lid ontop of the waxed paper *a two-part lid for proper seal is best*
  4. Let your Cidah sit in a warm dark place for one month.
  5. Pop open the jar and use a cheese cloth to strain/ squeeze out the pulp ingredients.
  6. Discard pulp, add honey and a squeeze of lemon to your strained product
  7. Enjoy this boost of warmth and comfort. Your body will feel the difference!

AMMO