“Consciousness …

“Consciousness is the basis of all life and the field of all possibilities. Its nature is to expand and unfold its full potential. The impulse to evolve is thus inherent in the very nature of life.”
— Maharishi Mahesh Yogi


“If doubt is ch…

“If doubt is challenging you and you do not act, doubts will grow. Challenge the doubts with action and you will grow. Doubt and action are incompatible.”
— John Kanary

Reduced grains chocolate brownie




5 eggs

6-7 tbs honey

1 tsp vanilla extract

½ tsp baking powder

½ tsp baking soda

4 tbs cocoa

3 tbs gluten free flour (any combination)

4-5 tbs almond meal

3 tbs chopped walnuts

¼ cup water or nondairy milk

3 tbs coconut butter

1-2 tbs Chopped dark chocolate

Chocolate frosting:

1 dark chocolate (85 %)

2 tbs butter

2 tbs coconut butter

3-4 tbs agave nectar

2-3 tbs water



Juice from an orange to make the cake moist.



Pre-heat oven at 140C.

Blend all the ingredients for the cake except for walnuts.

Mix in the walnuts and pour the batter into the papered and oiled rectangle form.

Bake it for about 20-25 minutes (try it with a stick).

Leave it to cool down.

Spray the orange juice on the cake and leave it to absorb it well.


For frosting: On a double boiler melt chocolate and add all the ingredients while you mix it on the stove. Mix well and leave it to cool down then place it in the fridge for about 10 minutes.


Frost the cake and place it in the fridge for at least 1 hour then cut it into 2×2 cm pieces and enjoy.


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When the sun ri…

When the sun rises, I go to work. When the sun goes down, I take my rest. I dig the well from which I drink. I farm the soil which yields my food. I share creation. Kings can do no more.”
— Chinese proverb


I had to re-blog them as they look so yummy

Aileen Abliss, NTP, CGP, CHt


6 eggs
2 cups almond butter
2/3 cup lard, melted butter, or homemade yogurt
1 tsp sea salt
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper

Mix in food processor. Cook on flatbread machine.

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“I have made it…

“I have made it a rule of my life never to regret and never to look back. Regret is an appalling waste of energy . . . you can’t build on it; it’s only good for wallowing in.”
— Katherine Mansfield

Time … where does it fly?

I have been very lazy lately with my blog and not because I don’t love it. Somehow time seems to have gone crazy for me between full time job, 3 kids and my searches for health.

Recently I have this obsessive thought of taking a sabbatical year on a beach were the weather is warmish the whole year … or maybe 6 months in a location and 6 months in a different one.

I have been talking a lot with my husband but we cannot decide on a location so probably we’ll have to go 6 months/6 months to please both of us.

My top reasons for thinking of a sabbatical year are:

1. I have been working for 20 years so I need a long break before working for another 20 year

2. My priorities have change in the last few years so my career doesn’t suit me anymore so I need time to think about what I ant to do, how I want to make a difference.

3. I have lost a friend to cancer few years back and I cannot stop thinking “how vain is all the hard work if you don’t get to enjoy your children and see them growing!”

4. I need some time to dedicate to “just living” without all the “to do”

5. I need time to reconnect to my partner and to truly connect to my wonderful children.

6. I’m tired and I don’t know myself anymore … there are so many times when I feel I’m very close to make a difference in this world and then I just lose touch with it all.