Food & Nutrition – BlissBlissBliss https://www.theblissblissbliss.com Membership Massage and Yoga in Morgantown, WV Wed, 07 Oct 2020 19:35:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.6 https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/cropped-Bliss-Logo-620x425-1-32x32.jpg Food & Nutrition – BlissBlissBliss https://www.theblissblissbliss.com 32 32 Seasonal Living: How Living RIGHT now creates the best future https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/seasonal-living-right-now-creates/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=seasonal-living-right-now-creates Mon, 21 Sep 2020 18:44:48 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=16797 Heidi and Elizabeth have partnered up to share our favorite yoga, meditation and mudra practices that really help you manage the transition / transformation that we all experience from fall through mid winter.

When you register to our Living Seasonally: Autumn Edition, you will get access to lots of video content making the Ayurveda lifestyle shifts so practical and accessible. Best of all, we offer tips that are tailored to you!

You get:
Lifestyle: Seasonal insights, daily rituals, recipes, and understanding how the season affects YOU.
Movement: Yoga practices that tune into the seasonal themes and promote mind/body harmony.
Meditation: Mindfulness techniques and Mudras to support you throughout the season.
Transitions: Considerations for flowing into the next season with more ease.

Best part! The whole experience is virtual. This means you can re-watch everything forever and is perfect for when you have 5 minutes for a meditation or 60 minutes for a yoga practice or 20 minutes in the kitchen! We’ll send you an email along with a link to our password protected portal when you register.

Watch this to learn more:

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Ayurveda Series https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/foundations-ayurveda-series/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=foundations-ayurveda-series Sat, 18 Feb 2017 19:41:59 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=13851 Wednesdays, 4/19/17 – 5/10/17 (1.5 hours/week for 4 weeks)
6:00-7:30 PM
$80 for series; $25 drop-in

– Register for ALL classes –

Ayurveda, a Sanskrit word meaning the “science of life”, is India’s 5,000 year old medical system. It is commonly referred to as Yoga’s sister science, as both are rooted in the ancient Vedic tradition. Yoga teaches us how to balance our mind, while Ayurveda teaches us how to balance our body through the use of food, herbs, and living in harmony with nature. In this 4-week series, we will explore Ayurvedic teaching and how to bring it into our everyday lives with the goal of becoming more balanced in our minds and bodies as well as in tune with the world around us. Handouts of class material will be provided. Participants are encouraged to attend the full series, however drop-ins are offered for those who have a prior understanding of Ayurveda. Save $20 when you “register for ALL classes ($80) or sign up for individual topics ($25).

 

 

Want to register for one or two classes? Simply click on the class of interest to register!
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9 Elements For A Successful Wellness Coaching Session https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/wellness-coaching-kerissa-kuis/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=wellness-coaching-kerissa-kuis Mon, 07 Jul 2014 07:34:58 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=6868 By Kerissa Kuis
The Nine Elements of A Successful Wellness Coaching Session

My experience working with clients have led me to create nine element in my wellness coaching session. These are: spiritual, physical, social, intellectual, occupational, entrepreneurial, nutritional, financial and emotional.

A part of my initial consultation with clients is to help them discover what element they need to focus on the most and we start there. I practice a holistic approach to health and wellness, which means that I look at how all areas of your life are connected. Does stress at your job or in your relationship cause you to overeat? Does lack of sleep or low energy prevent you from exercising? Are your finances causing your relationships to be bad? Have you been miserable at work because you have a strong passion to start your own business? As we work together, we will look at how all parts of your life affect your health and wellness as a whole. I am trained and educated to help you reach towards and reach any goal.

As a client of my coaching program, you will:/strong>
· set and accomplish goals in a way that is empowering and exciting
· work to achieve and maintain your ideal weight
· understand and reduce your cravings
· increase your energy levels
· feel great in your body
· have better relationships
· improve your social life
· have better control of your finances
· love your job or start a new business
· learn spiritual practices to reduce stress and connect to your purpose
· learn about new foods and how you can easily incorporate them
· improve your personal relationships
· discover the confidence to create the life you want
Coaching includes…
· Monthly, weekly or bi-weekly sessions
· Online private support
· Simple but informative handouts that will increase your wellness knowledge
· Referrals to resources that will help with achieving your goals

KerissaKuis4_nE-mail kerissa@theblissblissbliss.com to schedule your initial consultation. Cost $40.00. Book Holistic Health Coaching Online. Choose the Wellness Integrative Category.

My Bio:
Kerissa Kuis is the President and Founder of The University of Wellness. The University of Wellness was created to provide consumers with the most cutting edge wellness services, certifications and education. She has spoken locally and internationally in areas of self-development, health and wellness. She has traveled all over the country to attend workshops and training with best-selling authors and spiritual leaders including Dr.Wayne Dyer, Marianne Williamson, Louis Hay and Cheryl Richardson to name a few. In addition, she is a certified Holistic Health Coach. During her training to become a Health Coach she learned practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts. Her teachers included Dr. Andrew Weil, Director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine; Dr. Deepok Chopra leader in the field of mind-body medicine; Dr. David Katz, Director of Yale University’s Prevention Research Center; Geneen Roth, bestselling author and expert and many other leading researchers and nutrition authorities. Kerissa has guided individuals in overcoming abuse, addiction and personal fears and is known for her natural ability to encourage one to find and follow their life’s purpose. “If we lead from the heart, anything is impossible” states Kuis.

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Tibetan Medicine Practitioner & LMT Kyle Weaner Visits Next Week https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/kyle-october/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=kyle-october Tue, 24 Sep 2013 11:23:14 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=5526 Kyle Weaner, owner of Jivaka Wellness Center in Elkins is a West Virginia native, a licensed massage therapist and a traditional Tibetan Medicine practitioner. He has an interest in traditional Asian therapeutic modalities and in massage of aging and terminally ill people. Kyle is a graduate of Friends World Program of Long Island University (now LIU Global), where he focused on Global Health and Healing Traditions, specifically Tibetan Medicine and Geriatric Issues. Since graduating, Kyle pursued further studies in Tibetan Medicine as an apprentice of Dr. Jampa Yonten, at the Tibetan Healing & Wellness Center in Bangalore, India.

Kyle is dedicated to educating others about health and traditional healing.  He has worked as a teacher of the Global Health and Healing Traditions Course, and as a student advisor for LIU-Global; and has organized teaching and consultation tours for his teacher, Dr. Jampa Yonten, at universities, hospitals, and meditation centers across the United States.

Kyle studied yoga for the past 9 years in India. Buddhist meditation practice has also played a huge role in the development of Kyle’s yoga practice. He studied Thai Massage under Ariela Grodner, and he finds it to be a glorious union between traditional healing, yoga, and massage.

Kyle will be visiting Bliss on the following Tuesdays:

October 1, November 5, December 3, and will be offering the following services:

Health Consultation in Tibetan Medicine

Tibetan Medicine is an ancient healing science, which utilizes a holistic, compassionate approach to wellness of the body and mind. The system is known for its elaborate techniques of pulse reading and urine analysis, which inform the practitioner of the balance of body and mind in the client. After the initial assessment, some recommendations may include dietary or lifestyle changes, herbal supplements, or non-invasive therapies.

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage (Kunye)

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage, Kunye, is a deep, relaxing, and therapeutic massage. It is beneficial for reduction of stress, and increased circulation of blood, nerve, lymph, and Loong (wind) channels. It also helps to tone the limbs, reduce body weight, reduce pain in the spine, joints, and muscles, and rejuvenate the body’s vital energy. The massage techniques used in Kunye are performed while applying oils and creams, The massage consists of long smooth strokes, a variety of circular motions, and pressure on the sensitive points.  Within the Tibetan medical system, there are 320 sensitive points used for therapeutic effect. These points may have direct effects on the body location itself, or may affect organ systems similar to Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, although they are not named in the same meridian method as the TCM points.

Cupping Therapy (Zang Bum)

Cupping therapy is the practice of collecting and clearing a stagnation of the humors, or vital energies of the body. In traditional Tibetan Medicine, disease arises when there is a blockage of a channel, or a humor enters the wrong channel or opposite region of the body. Cupping is one therapeutic technique to bring the humors back to a balanced state. Specific ailments that this can relieve are back pain and digestive discomfort, but cupping can benefit the vital energies of the body, when applied in the proper manner.

Moxibustion Therapy (Me ‘Tsa)

Moxibustion therapy is the heating or warming of a sensitive point with the Tawa herb (Artemesia vulgaris). In Tibetan medicine it is mainly used to balance Loong (wind) and Beycan (phlegm). The process stimulates a sensitive point where the heat is applied, which promotes the free flowing circulation of wind and the drying of phlegm. It is used to relieve many disorders, such as stress, insomnia, joint pain and stiffness, and deficiency of digestive heat. Points of the joints can be heated with a type of wood called seng deng (Rhamnella gilgitea). This wood is particularly effective in drying lymphatic fluid.

Fomentation Therapy (Dug-pa)

Fomentation may be hot or cold. Hot fomentation can incorporate warm herbal compresses, like nutmeg and caraway for stress. The herbs can be heated with either water or oil. Hot fomentation can also be performed with the use of warm salts, or warm mud, clay, or stone. Cold fomentation is usually done with cool river stones.

Click Here to book a session with Kyle

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Tibetan Medicine Practitioner and LMT Kyle Weaner Visits Next Week https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/kyle-september/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=kyle-september Tue, 27 Aug 2013 11:16:47 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=5523 Kyle Weaner, owner of Jivaka Wellness Center in Elkins is a West Virginia native, a licensed massage therapist and a traditional Tibetan Medicine practitioner. He has an interest in traditional Asian therapeutic modalities and in massage of aging and terminally ill people. Kyle is a graduate of Friends World Program of Long Island University (now LIU Global), where he focused on Global Health and Healing Traditions, specifically Tibetan Medicine and Geriatric Issues. Since graduating, Kyle pursued further studies in Tibetan Medicine as an apprentice of Dr. Jampa Yonten, at the Tibetan Healing & Wellness Center in Bangalore, India.

Kyle is dedicated to educating others about health and traditional healing.  He has worked as a teacher of the Global Health and Healing Traditions Course, and as a student advisor for LIU-Global; and has organized teaching and consultation tours for his teacher, Dr. Jampa Yonten, at universities, hospitals, and meditation centers across the United States.

Kyle studied yoga for the past 9 years in India. Buddhist meditation practice has also played a huge role in the development of Kyle’s yoga practice. He studied Thai Massage under Ariela Grodner, and he finds it to be a glorious union between traditional healing, yoga, and massage.

Kyle will be visiting Bliss on the following Tuesdays of each month:

September 3, October 1, November 5, December 3, and will be offering the following services:

Health Consultation in Tibetan Medicine

Tibetan Medicine is an ancient healing science, which utilizes a holistic, compassionate approach to wellness of the body and mind. The system is known for its elaborate techniques of pulse reading and urine analysis, which inform the practitioner of the balance of body and mind in the client. After the initial assessment, some recommendations may include dietary or lifestyle changes, herbal supplements, or non-invasive therapies.

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage (Kunye)

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage, Kunye, is a deep, relaxing, and therapeutic massage. It is beneficial for reduction of stress, and increased circulation of blood, nerve, lymph, and Loong (wind) channels. It also helps to tone the limbs, reduce body weight, reduce pain in the spine, joints, and muscles, and rejuvenate the body’s vital energy. The massage techniques used in Kunye are performed while applying oils and creams, The massage consists of long smooth strokes, a variety of circular motions, and pressure on the sensitive points.  Within the Tibetan medical system, there are 320 sensitive points used for therapeutic effect. These points may have direct effects on the body location itself, or may affect organ systems similar to Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, although they are not named in the same meridian method as the TCM points.

Cupping Therapy (Zang Bum)

Cupping therapy is the practice of collecting and clearing a stagnation of the humors, or vital energies of the body. In traditional Tibetan Medicine, disease arises when there is a blockage of a channel, or a humor enters the wrong channel or opposite region of the body. Cupping is one therapeutic technique to bring the humors back to a balanced state. Specific ailments that this can relieve are back pain and digestive discomfort, but cupping can benefit the vital energies of the body, when applied in the proper manner.

Moxibustion Therapy (Me ‘Tsa)

Moxibustion therapy is the heating or warming of a sensitive point with the Tawa herb (Artemesia vulgaris). In Tibetan medicine it is mainly used to balance Loong (wind) and Beycan (phlegm). The process stimulates a sensitive point where the heat is applied, which promotes the free flowing circulation of wind and the drying of phlegm. It is used to relieve many disorders, such as stress, insomnia, joint pain and stiffness, and deficiency of digestive heat. Points of the joints can be heated with a type of wood called seng deng (Rhamnella gilgitea). This wood is particularly effective in drying lymphatic fluid.

Fomentation Therapy (Dug-pa)

Fomentation may be hot or cold. Hot fomentation can incorporate warm herbal compresses, like nutmeg and caraway for stress. The herbs can be heated with either water or oil. Hot fomentation can also be performed with the use of warm salts, or warm mud, clay, or stone. Cold fomentation is usually done with cool river stones.

Click Here to book a session with Kyle

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Kyle Weaner, LMT to Make Monthly Bliss Visits https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/kyle-weaner/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=kyle-weaner Thu, 08 Aug 2013 16:16:06 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=5518 Kyle Weaner, owner of Jivaka Wellness Center in Elkins is a West Virginia native, a licensed massage therapist and a traditional Tibetan Medicine practitioner. He has an interest in traditional Asian therapeutic modalities and in massage of aging and terminally ill people. Kyle is a graduate of Friends World Program of Long Island University (now LIU Global), where he focused on Global Health and Healing Traditions, specifically Tibetan Medicine and Geriatric Issues. Since graduating, Kyle pursued further studies in Tibetan Medicine as an apprentice of Dr. Jampa Yonten, at the Tibetan Healing & Wellness Center in Bangalore, India.

Kyle is dedicated to educating others about health and traditional healing.  He has worked as a teacher of the Global Health and Healing Traditions Course, and as a student advisor for LIU-Global; and has organized teaching and consultation tours for his teacher, Dr. Jampa Yonten, at universities, hospitals, and meditation centers across the United States.

Kyle studied yoga for the past 9 years in India. Buddhist meditation practice has also played a huge role in the development of Kyle’s yoga practice. He studied Thai Massage under Ariela Grodner, and he finds it to be a glorious union between traditional healing, yoga, and massage.

Kyle will be visiting Bliss on the following Tuesdays of each month:

July 2, August 6, September 3, October 1, November 5, December 3, and will be offering the following services:

Health Consultation in Tibetan Medicine

Tibetan Medicine is an ancient healing science, which utilizes a holistic, compassionate approach to wellness of the body and mind. The system is known for its elaborate techniques of pulse reading and urine analysis, which inform the practitioner of the balance of body and mind in the client. After the initial assessment, some recommendations may include dietary or lifestyle changes, herbal supplements, or non-invasive therapies.

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage (Kunye)

Tibetan Therapeutic Massage, Kunye, is a deep, relaxing, and therapeutic massage. It is beneficial for reduction of stress, and increased circulation of blood, nerve, lymph, and Loong (wind) channels. It also helps to tone the limbs, reduce body weight, reduce pain in the spine, joints, and muscles, and rejuvenate the body’s vital energy. The massage techniques used in Kunye are performed while applying oils and creams, The massage consists of long smooth strokes, a variety of circular motions, and pressure on the sensitive points.  Within the Tibetan medical system, there are 320 sensitive points used for therapeutic effect. These points may have direct effects on the body location itself, or may affect organ systems similar to Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, although they are not named in the same meridian method as the TCM points.

Cupping Therapy (Zang Bum)

Cupping therapy is the practice of collecting and clearing a stagnation of the humors, or vital energies of the body. In traditional Tibetan Medicine, disease arises when there is a blockage of a channel, or a humor enters the wrong channel or opposite region of the body. Cupping is one therapeutic technique to bring the humors back to a balanced state. Specific ailments that this can relieve are back pain and digestive discomfort, but cupping can benefit the vital energies of the body, when applied in the proper manner.

Moxibustion Therapy (Me ‘Tsa)

Moxibustion therapy is the heating or warming of a sensitive point with the Tawa herb (Artemesia vulgaris). In Tibetan medicine it is mainly used to balance Loong (wind) and Beycan (phlegm). The process stimulates a sensitive point where the heat is applied, which promotes the free flowing circulation of wind and the drying of phlegm. It is used to relieve many disorders, such as stress, insomnia, joint pain and stiffness, and deficiency of digestive heat. Points of the joints can be heated with a type of wood called seng deng (Rhamnella gilgitea). This wood is particularly effective in drying lymphatic fluid.

Fomentation Therapy (Dug-pa)

Fomentation may be hot or cold. Hot fomentation can incorporate warm herbal compresses, like nutmeg and caraway for stress. The herbs can be heated with either water or oil. Hot fomentation can also be performed with the use of warm salts, or warm mud, clay, or stone. Cold fomentation is usually done with cool river stones.

Click Here to book a session with Kyle

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Creamsicles That Enhance Mood? Taking Aroma Therapy To The Next Level https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/creamsicles/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=creamsicles Fri, 14 Jun 2013 08:33:33 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=4917 Mango popsicleSo you have some Wild Orange essential oil that you like to use to balance mood or give you a mid-day boost. How else can you use this oil?

Wild Orange Creamsicles Ingredients:

  • 1 Popsicle tray & sticks
  • 1 cup orange juice (no pulp)
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • 3 tsp honey
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 5 drops Wild Orange essential Oil

DIRECTIONS:

Mix ingredients well and evenly distribute into Popsicle tray. Add sticks.

Freeze & Enjoy!

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Following A detoxification Protocol? Try This Delicious Tri-Doshic Recipe https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/ktchadi-for-detox/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=ktchadi-for-detox Wed, 09 Jan 2013 08:09:17 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=4509 Basmati Rice with Moong DhalKtchadi is a classic meal for those following an ayurvedic detoxification protocol. Even if you are not “detoxing”, Ktchadi is a delicious Tri-Doshic (good for anyone) Recipe.

Ingredients
4 Cups of green or yellow mung dal (whole or split)
3 cups of white basmati rice
2-3 inches of fresh ginger, peeled
4 tblsp of fresh shredded unsweetened coconut
2 handfuls of fresh cilantro leaves
4 tblsp of ghee (clarified butter)
1 heaping tblsp of fennel seeds (crushed)
1 heaping tblsp of coriander seeds (crushed)
1 heaping tblsp of cuman seeds (crushed)
1 tsp of mustard seeds
2 heaping tblsp of cardomon powser (or 10 pods)
Salt to taste
1 tsp black pepper
1-2 tsp of turmeric
3 bay leaves
1/8 cup of lime juice

Wash and then soak mung dal overnight. Wash again in the morning. Wash the rice until water is clear.
In blender liquefy cilantro, fresh ginger and coconut with some water.
Heat a large saucepan and add the ghee, fennel, coriander, cumin, mustard, cardamom and black pepper. Be sure the ghee does not smoke.
When the mustard seeds have started to pop, add the liquefied ginger, coconut, and cilantro.
Mix on medium heat for 5 minutes and then add the bay leaves, turmeric and salt. Stir until lightly browned.
Stin in the mung dal and rice.
Pour in about 8 cups of water, bring to boil and then simmer at medium low heat, lightly covered until the water has evaporated and the rice and dal are soft and unctuous.
Add the 1/8 cup of lime juice and if needed add more water. Cook another 20-25 minutes until done.

Serve kitchadi topped with a squeeze of fresh lime and a sprinkle of coconut and more cilantro leaves.

When ever we eat and especially during an elimination diet, a detox or a fast from certain foods, it is essential to eat our meals with intention and grace.

Chew carefully and eat with pure awareness and gusto! Eating can be a meditation! Karyn Chabot

Why Kitchadi?
This is often call “food of the Gods”. It is considered a perfectly balanced food that is easy to digest, imparts strength, vitality and deeply nourishes all the tissues of the body.
Kitchari has been used for centuries in India as the ultimate food to mono-fast on for 1day or longer.

Thank you Karyn Chabot from Sacred Stone for sharing this delightful and delicious recipe.

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When Pumpkins, Cookies & Wellness Meet https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/pumpkin_cookies/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=pumpkin_cookies Sat, 17 Nov 2012 08:43:50 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=3805 Pumpkins! Pumpkins! Pumpkins! Tis the season to eat orange, gold and yellow.  Some facts about the gourd of abundance:

  • It is one of the very low calorie vegetables. 100 g fruit provides just 26 calories and contains no saturated fats or cholesterol; however, it is rich in dietary fiber, anti-oxidants, minerals, vitamins. The vegetable is one of the food items recommended by dieticians in cholesterol controlling and weight reduction programs.
  • Pumpkin is a storehouse of many anti-oxidant vitamins such as vitamin-A, vitamin-C and vitamin-E.
  • With 7384 mg per 100 g, it is one of the vegetables in the Cucurbitaceae family featuring highest levels of vitamin-A, providing about 246% of RDA. Vitamin A is a powerful natural anti-oxidant and is required by the body for maintaining the integrity of skin and mucus membranes. It is also an essential vitamin for good visual sight. Research studies suggest that natural foods rich in vitamin A help a body protects against lung and oral cavity cancers.
  • It is also an excellent source of many natural poly-phenolic flavonoid compounds such as α, ß carotenes, cryptoxanthin, lutein and zea-xanthin. Carotenes convert into vitamin A inside the body.

Pumpkin soup, pumpkin rolls and yes! pumpkin cookies… Try this recipe with one of our favorite essential oil blends for Immunity boost. Why Immunity boost? Immunity Boost blend unique, proprietary blend formulated to support healthy immune function. Wild orange essential oil, combined with clove, cinnamon, eucalyptus and rosemary offer a fragrant, natural and effective alternative to synthetic options for immune support. Clients are reporting 1 drop in water knocked the flu symptoms they were feeling right out of their system. Ok. That will get our attention.

How about some Pumpkin Cookies!

1 ½ cups whole wheat flour
1 ½ cup white sugar
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
½ teaspoon nutmeg
2 teaspoons cinnamon

2-3 drops of Immunity Boost Blend

½ cup butter (softened)
½ teaspoon salt
1 ½ cup pumpkin puree
1 egg
¼ cup applesauce
Icing Glaze:
2 cups confectioner’s sugar (powdered sugar)
3 tablespoons milk
1 tablespoon melted butter
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Directions
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt; set aside.

2. In a medium bowl, cream together the 1/2 cup of butter and white sugar. Add pumpkin, egg, Immunity Blend, applesauce and 1 teaspoon vanilla to butter mixture, and beat until creamy. Mix in dry ingredients. Drop on cookie sheet by tablespoonfuls; flatten slightly.

3. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes in the preheated oven. Cool cookies, then drizzle glaze with fork.

4. To Make Glaze: Combine confectioners’ sugar, milk, 1 tablespoon melted butter, and 1 teaspoon vanilla. Add milk as needed, to achieve drizzling consistency.

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How Essential Oils Stimulate Well Being https://www.theblissblissbliss.com/essential-oils-mhz/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=essential-oils-mhz Mon, 11 Jun 2012 16:03:54 +0000 http://www.theblissblissbliss.com/?p=2439 By Elizabeth Halliday-Reynolds

The latest science demonstrates that we are vibrating fields of energy.  Our health can be measured in MHz. Studies by Tanio Technology in 1992 indicated that:

  • The average frequency of the human body during the day ranges from 62 – 68 MHz.
  • You are susceptible to the cold or flu when your frequency drops to 58 MHz.
  • When candida is present in your body, the body’s vibration is 55 MHz.
  • The frequency of the body is at 52 MHz when the Epstein-Barr virus is present.
  • Cancer can appear when the body’ frequency drops to 42 MHz.
  • 20 MHz  has been the measurement when the death process begins.

    Pure, therapeutic-Grade Essential oils are being shown to dramatically assist in increasing the human vibrational field.

    In one study 2 men measured 66MHz. One held a cup of coffee (without drinking any) and his frequency dropped to 58MHz in 3 seconds. Within 21 seconds after inhaling the aroma of essential oils his frequency had returned to 66 MHz. A second male test subject drank a sip of coffee. His MHz also dropped to 52 MHZ. He did not use the oils and it took him 3 days for his frequency to return to the initial 66 MHz.

    How does this work? Through the process of entrainment, a substance with a higher frequency can raise a lower one. Therapeutic grade essential oils produce coherent frequencies that resonate harmoniously with the electric fields of out bodies.

    Clinical research shows that essential oils have the highest frequency of any natural substance know, creating an environment in which disease, bacteria, virus, fungus, etc. cannot live.” –Gary Young of Young Living Essential Oils.

    For instance, pure, therapeutic-Grade Essential oils are said to be able to cross the blood-brain barrier. The high levels of sesquiterpenes found in some essential oils help increase the amount of oxygen in the limbic system of the brain (pineal and pituitry glands). Just how did those ancient yogis know to use frankincense and sandalwood! So when you need an increase in secretions of antibvodies, endorphins and neurotransmitters, consider enjoying a whiff of your favorite essential oil.

    Some Favorite Essential Oils and their MHz

    • Rose (Rosa damascene) 320 MHz
    • Lavender (Lavendula angustofolia) 118 MHz
    • Myrrh (Commiphora myrra) 105 MHz
    • Peppermint (Mentha peperita) 78 MHz
    • Basil (Ocimum basilicum) 52MHz

    Compare to:

    • Fresh produce up to 15 MHz
    • Fresh herbs from 20 to 27 MHz
    • dried herbs from 12 to 22 MHz
    • Processed and canned food had no measurable frequency at all.

     

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