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Navigating Your Life To Success With Modern Spirituality
February 21, 2018 from 3:30 - 6:00 pm
@ The Main Library at 1960 Ponce De Leon Blvd St. Augustine Florida #clickonthelinkfordetails
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The Empath and Sensitive workshop 10/26 @6pm in St. Augustine Fl

In this workshop we will discuss different aspects of sensitivity and empathy. Student/healers will also learn new exercises & modalities to help them master the gift of sensitivity and empathy.
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Are You A Highly Sensitive Person or Empath?
An individual who is known to feel other people’s energy and emotions is known to be an empath. A highly sensitive individual has spiritual, emotional and energetic perceptions. This physical and emotional trait is inherited. One out of five Americans has the trait of sensitivity. All sensitives aren't empaths but all empaths are sensitive.

In this workshop we will learn the differences between sensitivity and empathy. We will also explore some of the physical, emotional, spiritual and mental manifestations which come from being born sensitive.
Can you identify with the following?
Being labeled as too emotional or sensitive?
Are your feelings hurt easily?
Do you get overstimulated when under pressure?
Do you feel nervous or anxious around loud noises, weird smells or textures, and bright lights?
Do you find that you eat, drink, smoke or use recreational drugs to turn yourself off, emotionally and mentally?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you won't want to miss this workshop!

This meetup like all my classes and services are designed to help individuals move forward along on their personal and spiritual journey by learning tools and incorporating spiritual principals and holistic practices in a safe and supportive environment with like-minded individuals.
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10/25/17
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Top ✨Apache Tears Heals Grief and Give Protection and Grounding. It is a powerful stones to use for psychic protection. They will raise your ability to recognize the approach of menacing situations, where you may be at risk. This is extremely useful if you are a healer, as they will aid your work by ensuring you are kept safe. It is used as a great cleanser of negative energies, helping to remove not only negativity experienced in the environment, but also that of one's own emotions, such as anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, etc. Obsidian is often used for healing and releasing energy blockages, and has a tendency to work quickly to move truths to the surface to be resolved.
Physically, Apache Tears are often used for the calming of muscle spasms, detoxification of the body, and absorption of vitamins. They can also enhance the immune system and fortify the body. Bottom ✨ Herkimer Diamond is used for Chakra Healing and Balancing Energy. Herkimer Diamond, with its pure, crystal light, clears the chakras, opening channels for spiritual energy to flow. It stimulates conscious attunement to the highest level, and is particularly helpful in activating and opening the Crown and Third Eye Chakras. #crystalhealer #masterpsychichealer🙌 #lauraschwalm #pureenergyhealer #spiritualhealing #holistichealth #apachetear #herkimerdiamond
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Apache Tears...
Heal Grief and Give Protection and Grounding Apache Tears are strong stones for grounding and protection, and to aid you to clear negative emotions that may be holding you back. They are volcanic stones, that may be partly transparent. Their color is very dark brown to black in color.
Black Obsidian Stone found in the south-western USA and Mexico. The meaning of their name comes from an American Indian legend. It was said that certain members of this tribe were pursued by the Cavalry, and although they fought bravely they were out numbered Rather than be captured they jumped off the cliff to their deaths. The distraught women of the tribe cried dark tears of grief, which fell to the earth, and formed into these dark strangely shaped stones.

Why Would You Use Them?

Apache Tears are powerful stones to use for psychic protection. They will raise your ability to recognize the approach of menacing situations, where you may be at risk. This is extremely useful if you are a healer, as they will aid your work by ensuring you are kept safe. It is used as a great cleanser of negative energies, helping to remove not only negativity experienced in the environment, but also that of one's own emotions, such as anger, jealousy, greed, resentment, etc. Obsidian is often used for healing and releasing energy blockages, and has a tendency to work quickly to move truths to the surface to be resolved.
Physically, Apache Tears are often used for the calming of muscle spasms, detoxification of the body, and absorption of vitamins. They can also enhance the immune system and fortify the body.
#crystalhealer #apachetear #clearancestrealkarma #lauraschwalm #masterpsychichealer
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Woohoo my spiralizer came today! If your family is anything like mine, getting them to eat enough vegetables is challenging .

Today I prepared zucchini noodle pasta with garlic, tomatoes, basil, with parmesan
Cheese and virgin olive oil. 2 large zucchini, 2 large squash, 4 cloves of garlic, 2 large tomatoes diced, 3 fresh basil leaves , 2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes, depending on how spicy you like the pasta, and 1/2 cup of shredded parmesan cheese.

zucchini noodle pasta recipe with garlic, tomatoes, basil, and parmesan cheese. 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

1 tablespoon minced garlic (3 to 4 cloves)

1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes, depending on how spicy you like the pasta

2 medium tomatoes, chopped, see note (about 12 ounces)

1/2 cup shredded parmesan cheese, plus more for serving

1 cup basil leaves, torn into pieces

1 teaspoon cornstarch

2 teaspoons cold water

Salt, to taste

DIRECTIONS

PREPARE NOODLES
Trim and spiralize the zucchini (see notes below for how to do this without a spiralizer). Cut extra long noodles so that they are about the length of spaghetti.

Add olive oil, garlic, and the red pepper flakes to a large, deep skillet. Turn to medium heat. When the oil begins to bubble around the garlic, add the zucchini noodles. Toss the noodles with pasta tongs and cook until al dente — they should be wilted, but still have a crunch; 5 to 7 minutes. Do not let the noodles cook any longer or else they will become mushy. As they cook, keep tossing so that all the zucchini noodles have a chance to hit the bottom of the skillet.

Stir in the tomatoes, basil, and parmesan cheese. Cook for one minute.

Use pasta tongs to transfer the noodles, tomatoes, and basil to a serving dish. Leave the liquid in the skillet.

TO FINISH
Bring the liquid to a simmer. Combine cornstarch and cold water in a small bowl then whisk into the simmering liquid. Cook, while whisking, until the liquid thickens to a sauce; about 1 minute. Taste the sauce and season with salt.

Pour the sauce over the zucchini, tomatoes, and basil. Finish with more parmesan cheese on top and serve immediately.

Zucchini is mostly made up of water so cooking it can be tricky. Here are our tips for cooking it well.

Don’t peel the zucchini. Peeled zucchini noodles are mushy and have little crunch. Plus, it adds a step and we’re looking for dinner on the table fast.
Don’t salt the zucchini ahead or time or while it cooks in the pan. Salt draws out water from the zucchini. This will make it less crunchy when it’s cooked. Since salt makes things taste good, we prefer to salt the sauce and not the zucchini.
Don’t overcook. The noodles should be cooked to al dente (just like pasta). This means they will look wilted, but still have a crunch.
Since zucchini has a tendency to become watery, we do our best to reduce this as much as possible in our recipe. Even so, you will still find some water left at the bottom of the serving bowl. This is okay with us. The liquid mixes with tomato, garlic, cheese, and olive oil, so it’s delicious.

To book a holistic health session please go to pureenergyhealer.com and fill out a website inquiry or call 917-359-0588 to book your appointment
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Always an amazing time when your with some of your best! ❤️ #sundayfunday #girlsnightout #kindredspirits #soulsisters #hurricanepattys
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