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Heavy Metal Detox Bliss Balls

Fruity and refreshing raw deliciousness. Yes, it’s GREEN! And such a yummy way to nourish your body!!!

I love spirulina, i love barley grass juice and blueberries, too. Lately, some people around me discovered the much hyped heavy metal detox smoothie for themselves, which contains these three ingredients – and they inspired me to this recipe.

It takes some preparation time, but it’s really worth the effort.

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Impressions from the Raw Food Café

Some impressions from my raw food café … things i came up with along my way, travelling this beautiful planet.  

All raw, vegan and homemade with lots of love.

Cinnamon buns in Tenerife, orange tarte and marble cake in Portugal, chocolate mint icecream, served in a pitahaya half in Tenerife, date-coconut-treats in Luxor, Egypt.

Choco Crossies, fruit plate, mini cakes, mousse au chocolat, Raw-Reos, chocolat bars, tirawmisu, lemon tarte.

… and there is more than just sweet dishes.

…. like pizza, pasta, veggie fingerfood, cheeze.

All this (and whatever else i will come up with) is raw, vegan, and homemade with lots of love!

Want to meet me and my travelling raw food café?

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Follow your body’s healthy desire

You have read it here lots of times: my suggestion to follow your body. Only your body. Your inner truth. Nothing else. In each moment. No dogma, no rules, no expectations – neither those of others nor your own. And this applies to your food choices as well as to all other choices you need to make in your life.

Because this is the one way to happiness, to health. In the end, this is what freedom means. You, only you, deciding, what you allow in your body, what you will do, and what you won’t. And it is the only way to a truly nourishing and satisfying way of eating and living. Only what is in harmony with your real needs and you inner truth, will make you happy and content.

Today, i want to have a closer look at this. How does this work, following your own body? How can i do this, in everyday life? Doesn’t it take some discipline, strict rules, knowledge about nutrients etc, to thrive and be happy on a raw vegan diet? What do i do if my body is craving unhealthy food, fast food, – this is not healthy desire, is it?

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Give as you wish!

For quite a while i have been feeling that our way of living, based on money or other ways of direct exchange prevents us from real togetherness and keeps us, or at least the most of us, in the illusion and experience of scarcity.

It’s not meant to be like this. It could be so easy. Give and receive freely. Just like nature.

Every tree gives away its fruit freely. Every flower is blossoming in her beauty. They don’t ask us to pay for it. And yet, they receive everything they need.

When we simply are and do, what we really wish to, live it, give it – we ourselves will be fullfilled and happy and will share our joy as well as our creations, our insights, our harvest, our time, … with those around us.

When each one is doing what they love, and giving what they want to give, everyone’s needs are taken care of.

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Gratitude

Did you feel gratitude today for nature?
You would not be alive, neither today nor any other day, if nature would not continuously give to you.
Nature is giving unlimited amounts of air for you to breath, she is producing enough water for the whole planet’s need to keep you alive, and without the life-giving force of the sun, none of us could exist.
All this is pure giving! How can anyone ever doubt to be loved?

Was ist Glück, was ist Unglück?

Maybe so, maybe not, we will see

A chinese short story about fortune and misfortune

A farmer and his son had a beloved stallion who helped the family earn a living. One day, the horse ran away and their neighbors exclaimed, “Your horse ran away, what terrible luck!”
The farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

A few days later, the horse returned home, leading a few wild mares back to the farm as well. The neighbors shouted out, “Your horse has returned, and brought several horses home with him. What great luck!”
The farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

Later that week, the farmer’s son was trying to break one of the mares and she threw him to the ground, breaking his leg. The villagers cried, “Your son broke his leg, what terrible luck!”
The farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”

A few weeks later, soldiers from the national army marched through town, recruiting all the able-bodied boys for the army. They did not take the farmer’s son, still recovering from his injury. Friends shouted, “Your boy is spared, what tremendous luck!”
To which the farmer replied, “Maybe so, maybe not. We’ll see.”