Category Archives: Re-evaluating Lifestyles

Imagine eating something that contributes to your whole well-being; physical, mental, emotionally and spiritually

I recently posted a picture of sourdough bread on Instagram with a mention that I hadn’t purchased bread in a year.  It got a few heart likes and some reply’s.

What I didn’t have space to write is the difference in me reaching for my bread and noticing my room mates plastic bags of bread.   Now I can differentiate between my experience of my baked bread and purchased plastic bags of bread from the grocer.  I have a connection to the bread that wasn’t there before that is tangible. An illusive experience of connection has become obvious through integration of growing a sourdough starter and feeding it for over a year while learning to create loaves of bread with it.

For me, this is an act of illusive activism as well.  No more plastic bags, twist ties or plastic tabs to hold the bag together!  It’s a win, win.  Healthier connection to food resources, healing myself and the planet.

Why healing?  Imagine eating something that you connects you to your own creativity and contributes to your whole well-being; physical, mental, emotional and spiritually.  Each mouth full is a feel good moment.  It deepens inner support and confident and strength.  Especially for those of us that didn’t have the tools modeled for them to tap into their inner strength.

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Re-evaluating lifestyles: Wild ‘green juice’

Purple Dead Nettle

I use wild greens as an alternative to wheat grass juice to begin the day’s food journey.  As the sun begins to have some heat to it this chickweed pictured above will decline.  There will be other greens to replace it  such as dandelion greens,  and Purple Dead Nettle  pictured here.  What I am observing is that the wild greens create a dark green juice than store bought grass,  celery and parsley.  It’s also yard to glass meaning it has fuller life essence.

Read more on beneficial and edible weeds  on my Nature Blog.

 


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Awareness Through Living Mentoring Programs Available:

 1st Level – Getting Started (Introduction & Pattern)
 2nd Level – Getting Intouch (Experiencing & Connection)
 3rd Level – Integration (Embodiment)

by Renee Lindstrom, GCFP @ Inside Awareness,  Living in Natures Love Blog
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Re-evaluating lifestyles

Horseradish

Thankful now to have begun creating fire cider brew for immune boosting properties and in the process  (due to over riced horseradish & shipped in from overseas & arriving soft), began growing it. Was able to break into 5 pots last fall and hope to get them in the ground soon – here is a great recipe for fire cider I posted on my nature blog – https://livingnatureslove.blog/2018/09/30/fire-cider-immune-booster-recipe


by Renee Lindstrom

How to get started

Awareness Through Living Mentoring Programs Available:

 1st Level – Getting Started (Introduction & Pattern)
 2nd Level – Getting Intouch (Experiencing & Connection)
 3rd Level – Integration (Embodiment)

by Renee Lindstrom, GCFP @ Inside Awareness,  Living in Natures Love Blog
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Copyright 2014 – 2020 Renee Lindstrom, GCFP