"Today I'm flying low and I'm not saying a word. I'm letting all the voodoos of ambition sleep. The world goes on as it must, the bees in the garden rumbling a little, the fish leaping, the gnats getting eaten. And so forth. But I'm taking the day off. Quiet as a feather. I hardly move though really I'm traveling a terrific distance. Stillness. One of the doors into the temple."
What kind of images does the word beauty conjure up?
How do you see yourself in relationship to beauty?
Does the word beauty in relationship to yourself feel pleasant? Does it feel like pressure? Do you immediately begin to compare yourself to some unattainable image of what beauty is?
Do you feel beautiful? If so can you describe what that feels like?
If you don’t feel beautiful can you imagine what it would feel like to feel that?
How is your relationship to beauty healthy?
How does the energy of beauty control you?
What did your mother teach you about beauty?
What did your father teach you?
Is beauty something you cloak yourself in?
Is beauty something you stab your self with?
Impale yourself on?
How hard do you work for beauty in your life? How hard do you work to pull it closer to surround yourself in it.
How do you know that something is beautiful to you? What is the anatomy of that knowing? Is it a sensation if so where does it live in the body. Is it a thought? Is there emotion attached to beauty?
What is it like to really show the world/ yourself how beautiful you are?
Notes on Adrenal fatigue by
This is a formula for adrenal fatigue.
Some of you might remember though, that adrenal fatigue is a misnomer. Your adrenals don’t really become fatigued (unless you have adrenal disease). What’s really happening is that your brain (The HPA axis), after experiencing heightened stress and cortisol levels for too long, realizes that the cortisol will start wreaking havoc, so it stops sending signals for your adrenals to output cortisol
So, what is usually called adrenal fatigue is really your body trying to protect you from overdosing on cortisol
So, a better name for this formula is ‘Burn-out’ formula
It can help rehabilitate and re-balance your stress levels
Panax Ginseng and Ashwagandha are two of my favorite adaptogens
Gynostemma is a calming adaptogen
Eulethero actually helps raise cortisol levels. It’s one that I’ve been taking for the past few months as my cortisol levels had been driven down after a long period of stress.
Cordyceps mushrooms and Rhodiola are both very nourishing adaptogens. Cordyceps are great for the overworked
Holy Basil is especially great for HPA axis deficiency
Reishi, queen mushroom, is a nervine and adaptogen
This is basically a rejuvenating adaptogenic infusion. Adaptogens offers work better as a team. You can interchange this formula with other adaptogens that you love.
Put the dry material in a jar, pour hot water over them and let sit for at least 10 minutes. Add organic local honey if you need a little sweetness.
You can also take these in capsules, if you prefer.