Unlocking Hidden Messages

Every cell has a story! Your body is sending you information on a daily basis: be it in symptoms you experience, pains you have, extra weight we carry, and even in our dreams.. to unweave hidden blockages within your DNA is an opportunity to initiate your natural life-force energy and your body’s spiritual sparkling radiance!

You will have the opportunity to:

Realize why you were born with your specific body type.

 

Activate powerful cellular rebalancing of your body.

 

Align your body with life purpose.

 
Learn the mystical correlation between your mind, body, and spirit.

 
Understand how clearing the mind can help heal health challenges.

 

And so much MORE!!!

love, #krishna

 

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5 Fun Ways to Surprise Your Husband

A surprise gift could easily be the best way to surprise your husband as birthday celebrations are approaching or if you just want to do something sweet for your man, read our five fun ways to surprise your husband. He will love it!

 
1. Create a photo slide show or music mix mp3 for him. Pull together some of his favorite photos and select the music that both represents your relationship.

 

 

2. Give him a ‘just because’ gift. You don’t have to spend tons of money to come up with a creative gift he will love.

 

 

3. King for a day. Let him write down his perfect day for you, what would be written on that list? Then spend an entire day to do as many things on that list as possible.

 

 

4. Make a love trail. Use rose petals, or his favorite candy, whatever he loves to lead him to a special place where the two of you can be alone under the full moon in the beautiful moonlight.

 

 

5. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. Throw a dinner party and invite his favorite people to come celebrate him with you. It could be his closest friends, colleagues, family, and others he’d enjoy having dinner with and who love him enough to celebrate.

 

 

Every woman, once in a while, could surprise her husband. Little surprises will not only make your husband happy, but they also add spice and change up the routine in your marriage.

love, #krishna

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Ultimate Travel Guide: 10 Favorite Street Food Dishes

Travel and Food, one of life’s fantastic experience intersections. Although we enjoy our share of authentic cuisine and elaborate meals at restaurants, it’s often our street food adventures that convey authenticity that the journey yield some of life’s most revealing moments and enlighten in unexpected ways.

Food serves as a natural gateway to a more profound understanding of culture, history, people and place. Street food draws us naturally to explore, to press further, allowing to make greater personal discoveries not only about the flavor of local cuisine, but also the essence of the cultures they represent.

Argentina: Although empanadas (stuffed pastries) can be found throughout Argentina, the best ones are from the Salta region in the northwestern part of the country.

 

Bangladesh: Singara are spiced potato and vegetable mixture pockets wrapped in a thin dough and fried. What distinguishes a good singara is how flaky the texture is. Some are so flaky, as if they’re made with savory pie crust. Bangladeshi Singara are ubiquitous and inexpensive (24 for $1).

 

Bali (Indonesia): Nasi campur is a Balinese mixed plate served with rice. Most restaurants will make the choice for you, but at the more local food shops on Bali, the nasi campur selection is up to you. The choices vary from spicy tempeh, chopped vegetables, spice-rubbed tofu and sate lilit.

 

Cambodia: (Num Banh Choc), breakfast at the Angkor temples. Fantastic morning soup that consisted of a subtle yellow curry broth with rice noodles, chopped banana blossom, cucumber, and cabbage, all topped off with dark sweet sauce.

 

China: Selecting just one street food dish from China would be dumplings. Dumplings are a crowd favorite, they are fresh, delicious and perfectly steamed. Chinese dumpling joints near the No. 6 in Qingdao stick out.

 

Vietnam: Another incredible destination for street food lovers. During our winter visit we tried Cha Ca, which is a medicinal hot pot meal of  veggies, turmeric, dill, coriander and other greens served with noodles, peanuts, vinegar, and chilies. As with many meals in Vietnam, piles of greens, noodles, spices, and other tasty herbs will be served to tune your cuisine to the precise flavor you seek.

 

Xinjiang (China): Xinjiang street food is in its own category as the region that is distinct for its ethnic blend of Mongolian and Turkic. Although, Xinjiang cuisine shows hints of what someone might call “traditional” Chinese influence, its dishes are often quite different from mainstream Chinese cuisine. One of our favorites was noodles, which we enjoyed not only for the taste, but also for the entertainment of its preparation. Noodles are tossed, beaten and pulled to ensure the correct consistency before being dipped in soups, a blend of noodles, and vegetables.

 

India: In India, there is so much street food goodness, aloo tikki (spiced potato snacks) stand out in Varanasi as one of our favorites. Please take note: when you do venture to eat street food in India, stick to the cooked products and be wary of fresh herb and vegetable toppings that may have been washed in unclean water.

 

Laos: Or Lam is a spicy stew with mushrooms, eggplant, veggies, lemongrass, and chilies.

 

Nepal: It’s challenging to resist dumpling anywhere, and Nepal’s momos were a WOW. Served steamed or fried, momos are famous in and around the areas of the Tibetan plateau, all over Nepal.

 

love, #krishna

 

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Live Intuitively

The word intuition translates as meaning to look inside or to contemplate.

Your intuition is designed to help you to connect with the people and experiences that will make you feel truly happy and fulfilled. Living intuitively can be enjoyable, bringing forth pure joy, love, wonder, beauty and abundance. By living intuitively start by listening to your heart. 

Listening to your heart is one of the best ways to liberate yourself of your conditioned self so you can start accessing more of your natural intuitive abilities.

Your heart is designed to guide you onto the path of living your dreams and knows the right way to live. The challenge is that the mind will often override this incredible source of intuitive wisdom. When you start paying attention to it, you will be richly rewarded with intuitive information, clarity and direction.

To live an intuitive life, you must cultivate the courage to be different so that you can become uniquely you. Face your fears is a very important component of the intuitive path.

 

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Choose to be around people that support you on your path of being the best that you can be.  If you can’t be around supportive people, start spending more time on your own. Creating more time with yourself will naturally help you to hear and access more of your intuition.

Doing work that you love is an essential part of living a more intuitive life. If you haven’t found work that you love yet, start experimenting with new activities and notice the things that make you happy. Ask your intuition to guide you in doing this.

 

To live an intuitive life, it is important that you allow yourself to go beyond what is comfortable for you. Start by taking small steps outside your comfort zone so that you can build up to taking bigger risks in your life. This will allow you to always keep learning and growing and develop more confidence in your natural intuitive self.

Trust your intuition and allow it to guide you to live a richer, more heart-centered and intuitive life.

love, #krishna

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Intuitive Eating: Baking Ballerina 

Baking, I’ve discovered over the years that it brings me joy and the sweetest kind of healing. 

The notion that baking could provide a form of therapy has been around for years, and growing up as being a professional ballerina for the NYC Ballet at age 14 brought upon a very strict food regime. Baked goods was such a “no-no” and have been restricted all my life from these foods. Until recently, it has become even more important to dive into baking and eating foods I naturally enjoy. 

Baking demands exact measurements and ingredients, and doing things at a slower pace can help you feel calmer. Baking also provides a sense of aromatherapy,  the smell of baked goods.. these kinds of scents tend to boost positivity and relaxation. 

Following a recipe is wonderful, but one of the best parts of baking comes with the decorating portion of the project where creativity comes into play. The opportunity to express yourself (yes, even if it’s just with icing) can improve well-being as well as your ability to communicate. 

To baking, 

love, #krishna  

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The true benefits of herbal tea

Herbal teas are all on a spectrum for the many medicinal qualities they possess. It’s claimed they can help with everything from easing a cold and indigestion to fighting infection and nausea.

 

But when choosing a herbal tea remedy, make sure you pick the right one. While fruit flavored teas – such as rosehip, apple and orange – tend to be delicious, they are developed for their flavoring more than anything else.

Herbal teas on the other hand, such as chamomile, thyme, peppermint and ginger have greater therapeutic virtues.

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Herbal teas are perfect for anyone looking to improve their health.  They are derived from a herb, fruit seed, or root. Their exact chemical compositions vary depending on the type of tea, but these drinks are usually full of antioxidants and other medicinal properties that promote health and we just love tea time!

love, #krishna

 

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Angel Healing: Archangel Raphael

Angels are always ready to assist you whenever you need a hand, such as  in finding your soulmate, knowing what to do about your career and finances, or assisting you with other important life issues.

 

The angelic realm has the intention of helping others on their spiritual path and for guidance in any area of  life. Angels love to show us miracles. Miracles that have transformed lives and assisted to pursue passions and life purpose.

 

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Archangel Raphael has long been regarded as the healing angel. He provides loving, miraculous power to everyone who calls upon him and helps you embark upon a journey of wellness, guiding you away from physical, emotional or spiritual stresses.

Archangel Raphael works to heal people’s minds, spirits, and bodies so they can enjoy peace and well being to the fullest extent of the Universe’s will for them. Raphael often brings to mind fresh information or new ideas that you can apply as valuable tools to pursue healing.

HEALING BROKEN RELATIONSHIPS

Archangel Raphael heals rifts and restores relationships and mental and emotional issues as well. More and more we are awakening to the understanding of how closely linked emotional issues are to disease in the body, and that working on the spiritual levels will almost definitely help with all types of illness.

 

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Independence Day Celebrations- Ways to Celebrate July 4 in California

It’s fireworks over the water, a Parade of Lights on the river celebrating red, white, and blue.. We love how this event is a highlight of the year on this playful waterfront towns with an all-day celebration of all things fun.

We love to celebrate Independence Day, do you? Of course, there has to be fireworks – and maybe a picnic.

If you’re looking for a good way to celebrate and get out of town (even if you don’t go very far), all you have to do is open your mind.

If you live in California, you probably already know this, but just in case you don’t: San Francisco can be cold and foggy on July 4. So foggy that the fireworks just like colorful flashes in the clouds and frigid that we have ended up layering three sweatshirts just to keep warm. You may not believe us – many people don’t – but you can’t say we didn’t tell you when you’re shivering in your shorts.

Our favorite thing to do in summer is a good outdoor concert, or hanging on the beach but these are more events that are fun, too:

Garlic Festival, Gilroy: This town smells like garlic and can smell this town from miles away. Most of the foods are famous for tasty garlic dishes but some of the foods they serve sound a bit bizarre like (garlic ice cream?), but it draws a big crowd nevertheless.

Pageant of the MastersLaguna Beach: It’s an eye-popping, nearly indescribable thing, the way they use real, three-dimensional sets and makes them look like two-dimensional master artworks.

Farms+ Flowers (formerly Tour des Fleurs), Half Moon Bay: You probably didn’t know how much interesting agriculture goes on around Half Moon Bay, but you can spend an enjoyable day finding out during Tour Des Fleurs. You can visit organic farms, flower growers, and other fun spots.

In Los Angeles, the Hollywood Bowl’s summer concert series is unique in its ambiance and beauty.

Near San Jose, the intimate and historic Paul Masson Mountain Winery attracts big names and in San Francisco, the concerts are always free at San Francisco’s Stern Grove.

California Rodeo, Salinas: California Rodeo competitions take place over four days, but the celebrations go on for a full week, with cowboy poetry readings, concerts and the Miss California Rodeo competition.

Fillmore Street Jazz Festival, San Francisco: A big, busy and fun street fair with lots of great music.

Kite Festival, Berkeley: It’s colorful, and you can’t imagine how creative some of the kites are. You can even learn how to make one yourself.

 

Orange County Fair, Costa Mesa: One of the state’s biggest and most popular county fairs.

San Francisco Marathon: This one is good to know about even if you aren’t going to run – city streets are closed for the event.

 

Dine Downtown, San Jose: A great opportunity to sample some of the city’s best restaurants at reduced prices.

Whale Watching in July: You’ll be looking for blue whales, humpback and Minke whales.

One of San Diego’s biggest conventions of the year is Comic-Con, which is held in July. If you’re a fan, it’s best to plan ahead. Tickets sell out in January or in February and with so many people attending, hotels fill up fast.

Summer holiday season starts in June and continues through July and August. It’s the busiest tourist season and some parts of the state get almost unbearably hot, but it’s a great time for mountain hiking and surfing out in the ocean.

 

4th of July in San Francisco

San Francisco sets off twin 4th of July fireworks displays: They’re launched from Aquatic Pier just below Ghirardelli Square and from a barge near Pier 39. To see fireworks all around the Bay, try Treasure Island. Or go up into the Marin Headlands north of the Golden Gate Bridge for a bird’s eye view. For both of locations, you need to get there early. These prime spots fill up hours in advance.

During the day, head to the East Bay town of Alameda, which holds one of the country’s biggest Fourth of July parades, so big that locals joke that half the 80,000 residents turn out to watch the other half marching past.

There’s nothing more American than baseball. Check out the San Francisco Giants or the Oakland Athletics are playing at home. Independence Day evening games often include a fireworks show, giving you two-for-one entertainment.

Fourth of July at Lake Tahoe

The big celebration at Lake Tahoe is Lights on the Lake. It’s the largest synchronized fireworks display in the western United States. The fireworks are launched from barges just off the South Shore at the town of Stateline, NV.

Incline Village also has an Independence celebration, the Red, White and Tahoe Blue Festival and includes a parade, fireworks and duck races – featuring an adorable bunch of rubber duckies floating down the stream toward the lake.

In a rare year with lots of late snow, you might have a hard time deciding whether to pack the water skis or the snow skis for Tahoe on the Fourth, with skiing still going on at some of the area’s bigger, higher-elevated resorts like Squaw Valley.

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Fun activities for a change of pace.

Napa County Fair: The annual county fair often ends with a fireworks show.

Sacramento: The state capitol’s July 4th Pyro Fireworks Celebration is held at CalExpo, the state fairgrounds.

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom: Up in Vallejo, you can see a fireworks show, all in the same place.

Lake Oroville: A nice fireworks show over the lake in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills.

Ski Mammoth: It may not happen very often, but every once in a while, snow lingers so late in the Eastern Sierra that you can ski at Mammoth Mountain on July 4.

Old-Fashioned Fourth of July in Gold Country: The Gold Rush town of Columbia puts on a very old-fashioned Fourth of July Celebration, with a parade anyone can march in. After that, there’s a concert, street dance and lots of traditional activities to enjoy.

Fourth of July in Los Angeles

Disneyland: It’s like 4th of July every day when the fireworks go off at Disneyland, but on Independence Day, it is even more of a grand celebration.

Hollywood Bowl: As part of its summer series, the Hollywood Bowl offers 4th of July concerts featuring a headline act and patriotic music performed by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

Marina del Rey: Los Angeles’ big public fireworks display happens at Marina Del Rey, just south of Santa Monica.

Newport Beach: Southern California’s largest fireworks display goes off at Newport Dunes.

Rose Bowl, Pasadena: Americafest at the Rose Bowl has been going on for more than 80 years. It’s an all-day 4th of July celebration, with reasonably priced tickets, a concert and fireworks display.

 

A Grand Party: All four blocks of Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles turn into a 4th of July Block Party. 

 

Take Me Out to the Ball Game: There’s nothing more American than baseball. Check out the Los Angeles Dodgers or the Anaheim Angels are playing at home.

You’ll find lots of fun ways to celebrate Independence Day in the LA area and all of California. Stay safe and have a blast!

 

love, #krishna

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