Narrative:You might serve this dish when you want to develop second sight and peer into the navel of universal truth, ask questions and receive answers. Powerful to eat before meditation, studying, journeying, divination, giving readings or healing work.
You might serve this dish to celebrate the birth of a child, an idea, or an event when you want to revel in the wonderment of something truly new. Or you could serve this in support of ending a cycle of heaviness, either your own or someone else’s, to release dense energies that hamper joy and growth. This dish is also powerful for stopping recurring thoughts that you can’t simply will away.
Time Management seems to be on everyone’s lips: from learning how to regulate oneself whilst working from home to managing online schooling for children to working in your spiritual/exercise/health routine. That is a lot of balls in the air! If you are accustomed to an outside structure offering support, space, and a blueprint to manage your day, this can be a quite the learning curve. Luckily we all have to eat! The following recipe helps one slow down the external and internal hustle, gives perspective, and fluidity in breaking your day into small bits you can examine and reassemble in the most beneficial way. And delicious to boot!