What Gets In The Way Of Living Who We Really Are?

Today’s video asks the question: “If wisdom, innate health, resilience, love, compassion, creativity is who I really am, what gets in the way of my living that?”  Have a look.

Also we invite you to experience a free session or two with us to go deeper into who you are and enjoy leaving urges and habits behind, leave the kinds of thinking that pull us into eating those things we know aren’t great or create anxiety in our lives.

We love sharing this Understanding and want everyone to know their true nature. To no longer be run by cravings and habits, but guided by your innate health and wisdom. Check within to see if you would enjoy a free session or two to explore this Understanding. You can let us know your interest or ask any questions in the “Comment” section below.

Balsamic Oil Free Dressing on Greens and Veggies

I’m sharing another Oil Free Dressing recipe to use with cooked dark leafy greens and on salads. This one is from Forks Over Knives, a great video on Netflix by T. Colin Campbell, author of The China Study. Enjoy.

To Your Amazing Health,

Connie

*Oil Free Salad Dressing (Serves 2)

  • 2 teaspoons balsamic vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  • 1 teaspoon nutritional yeast
  • ¼ teaspoon dried basil (or other dried herbs)
  • sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons purified water

Add all ingredients to a glass jar, shake well and serve.

*From Forks Over Knives and chef Katie Simmons.

2 thoughts on “What Gets In The Way Of Living Who We Really Are?

  1. Being the “observer” of my thoughts really works for me !! #1 acknowledge the thought or feeling ,.. from the observers point ,.. #2 imagine I am on a bridge and the water flowing below is the emotion ,.. watch and observe it traveling towards me ,. under me on the bridge and out the otherside !! I believe I got these tech. from Eckart Tolle or maybe Gary Zukov 🙂 xxoo tootles . Love watching your blogs while eating my lunch 🙂

  2. Christine, thanks for sharing your river image. It points in the right direction for sure. What I love about this understanding is it doesn’t rely on any techniques or strategies but on insight.
    Much love to you, Connie

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