White Wellness: Harnessing Our Sacred Energy (6-27-19)

Tabitha discusses essential oils for sadness, plants that grow without soil, the benefits of belly dancing, the seven systems of chakra healing, yoga to align the chakras, kundalini foods for women, kundalini & menopause, benefits and history of vanilla, a recipe for banana milk, how miso protects the body radiation, the connection between mercury & homosexuality, healing from a propolis allergy and some ending thoughts.

Banana Milk
1 banana, sliced
1 date, finely chopped
pinch Celtic sea salt
1/8 teaspoon vanilla bean or 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon coconut milk powder
1 1/2 cups water
6 ice cubes
cinnamon, for garnish

Add everything but ice and cinnamon to a glass blender and buzz until smooth. Add ice to blend. Pour into a glass and garnish with cinnamon.

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1 year ago

Nothing personal Tabitha, I appreciate your insights, but the thought of belly dancing makes me nauseous. Unfortunately for me the association connects with a jewish new age ”floozy” we’ll call her, who promotes her belly dancing classes to all age girls, but really, the younger the better! When I became jew aware I started thinking about her and wondered if belly dancing might have come from harems, or middle eastern slave girls. My imagination may have gotten the better of me, and maybe it really is for pregnancy as the one article you read says, but to me in my mind, whenever I think of belly dancing I see scantily clad women with glittery jingly things all over, gyrating sexually in front of usually older… Read more »

Tabitha
Reply to  Amber
1 year ago

Hi Amber I appreciate your honesty, and yes much of the modern day belly dancing is not something that resonates with me. I remember years back being at a renaissance festival and all the belly dancers looked like gypsies (non-White), with garish makeup and plump bellies. I should have done more research on the history of belly dancing beforehand. While looking into it further, it appears that its origins can be traced to India and Egypt. My guess is that it was based on kundalini yoga, but somewhere along the way it was peverted by the jews. What was originally a set of sacred movements designed for fertility, labor and sacred feminine expression got muddied up by jews and used as a cheap seduction trick.… Read more »

Callwen
1 year ago

So much great material, a gift, thank you – the white ibis study is fascinating and vital to get out there.

Tabitha
Reply to  Callwen
1 year ago

Thanks Callwen 🙂
Yes, the white ibis study is something that people might actually listen to. A good seed to plant in exposing this sodomite psyop.

Jmcaul
1 year ago

I think you or Sinead may have covered it in the past but I can’t recall the show. What brand and/or source do you recommend for essential oils?

Tabitha
Reply to  Jmcaul
1 year ago

There are many brands to choose from. More moderate priced brands include Aura Cacia and Nature’s Alchemy. Higher priced brands that are more therapeutic grade include Doterra and Young Living. Most of my essential oils are from Aura Cacia.

Reply to  Tabitha
1 year ago

Veriditas Botanicals is a great, only organic brand with nice blends, but higher end, so higher priced.
Be careful with the cheap stuff, and there are a lot of cheap brands out there – you get what you pay for.
I live in a pretty prime growing region and so there are somewhat local people that I know that process lavender, rosemary, lemongrass and other herbs, which is a nice way to go. They sell at farmer’s markets.

Jmcaul
Reply to  Jmcaul
1 year ago

Thank you both. I appreciate it!

Sinny
Reply to  Jmcaul
1 year ago

Rocky mountain oils is the brand i use for ingesting e.o’s. I like Now Brand, Mountain Rose Herbs (organic) and Piping Rock too!

Jmcaul
Reply to  Sinny
1 year ago

Thank you!

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