Thursday, September 26, 2013

Reverse Aging!

Episode 4 from "Quantum Principles that Supercharge your Life" 
by Dr. Louann Tung: President of Core-Herence Coaching
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Tired of looking in the mirror and seeing the years creep up on you? Youth comes from within! Listen in to learn how your emotions like worry, anger, and frustration affect your physiological age. Stress and aging go hand in hand and show up in the measurable rhythms in your heart as shown by the portable HeartMath stress monitors. Learn why we have these unhealthy emotions and what to do about it. Use the mind-body connection to reprogram your mind and find stress relief. Learn the ancient science of proper breathing. Listen in to discover the 10 simple steps to do every day to reverse aging. Discover your fountain of youth!

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Recipe of the week                                   


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Kale Salad (4 servings )

  • 1 bunch kale


Dressing
  • juice of half a lemon
  • ½ tsp dried basil
  • 2 Tbsp frozen apple juice*
  • black pepper to taste
  • 1 Tbsp sunflower oil**
First take one bunch of kale. Wash each leaf. Hold the leafy end of the kale with one hand. Fold the leaf in half. Remove the rib by grabbing the leaf near the stem and pulling toward the tip. Tear the leaves so that they are in squares of about 2 inches. Place the leaves in a steamer for about 11 to 15 minutes. Kale grown in the winter seems to need less cooking. Check the leaves after about 10 minutes to see if they are done. They should be slightly tender but not mushy. If the kale is overcooked you will notice a stronger smell.
While the kale is cooking, mix together all the dressing ingredients and let it sit for 10-minutes.  
*I have also substituted maple syrup for apple juice and that was okay. 
**I have tried this recipe with olive oil but olive oil is too strong.
When the kale is finished, lay the leaves out so that they drain and cool quickly. Finally mix the dressing with the kale. A sprinkle of toasted sesame seeds on top makes a nice final presentation too. This sweet tart dressing can be used on other steamed vegetables too!

Meditation of the week

Mahamantra! 
  • In this technique you simply HUM. You take a deep breath then hum for as long as you can. Make the sound come from your chest not from just lips. Then after you have squeezed out the last bit of sound, take a short deep inhalation and hum again. This develops core strength, quiets the mind, energizes your heart, expands your lung capacity! And it's fun and can be done with kids too! Try for 5-minutes then work up to 21-minutes. Then sit quietly and notice how energized, empty, and peaceful you feel!

Dancing song of the week

"Love Is Like An Itching In My Heart"  by Diana Ross and The Supremes

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