Health Benefits of Tea

Health benefits of herbal tea

Health benefits of herbal tea 

Many people can’t imagine going a single morning without their habitual cup of coffee. There is something unbeatable about a hot cup of luscious liquid carrying caffeine and sugar to you first thing in the morning. 

What many don’t realize is that their dependency on bean juice can lead to excruciating headaches and a whole laundry list of other health problems. For those who don’t want to give up their vice but also want to lead a healthier life, tea is a great option. It might not be quite as delicious, but that’s where honey comes in! You might also find that your tea has 2-3X the caffeine. I say, BRING IT ON!

Tea has been consumed around the world for thousands of years. Records show tea has been specifically drunk for its medicinal properties, and since 300 AD. There are many myths of how tea was first discovered. Some people believe that random leaves were blown into boiling water, while others think that tea was first consumed by the Gods. As such, tea may have been the official, celebratory beverage at We Created The Universe Party. GO GODS!

Regardless of the origins of tea, the beverage has become a staple in many cultures around the world. People are fascinated by the complexities of taste and doctors are bewildered by its healing properties.

 

 

Types of Tea

Technically, tea is any dried leaf that is steeped within hot water. However, many enthusiasts consider only green, black, white, Pu-erh, and oolong teas to be true teas. All of these teas have natural antioxidants and flavonoids that promote wellbeing. Studies have also shown that drinking teas can help with some forms of cancer, diabetes, clogged arteries, and heart disease.

Teas are also wonderful when you want to get to know someone from the U.K. Tea time!

 

Green:

Healing, Longevity, Libido, Energy, and Love

Made with steamed leaves, green tea is one of the most widely studied teas of them all. Green tea has a high concentration of Epigallocatechin gallate EGCG, a compound known to prevent growth in cancerous tissues. Green tea may also help individuals burn fat, prevent calcification of arterial walls, improve cholesterol, and even reduce the risk of stroke.

 

Black:

Courage, Alertness, Mental Clarity, Strength

This tea uses fermented leaves and boasts the highest caffeine of any other tea. Its strong flavors are the backbone to many popular teas: iced tea, chai, and instant. Studies show drinking black teas can help protect the respiratory tract from cigarette smoke.

For many, black tea is the obvious and most treasured choice to replace your daily injection of coffee. The bitter taste and high caffeine mimic its java brother. The higher level of caffeine is one of the reasons this tea is known to bolster courage. The tea causes an increase of blood flow that leaves the drinker awake and aware.  

White:

Happiness, Protection, New Beginnings, Cleansing

Unfermented and uncured, white tea is a minimally processed tea. While some teas are aged to bring out varieties of flavors, and others are allowed to decay, white tea leaves echo the purity of their properties. Drinking this tea helps prepare your body and spirit for change, upleveling, and transformation. It’s a wonderful tea for ceremonies, especially those where you are surrounded by forests, embedded in the bosom of a wilderness. 

The lighter notes of flavor brighten your taste buds and improve your mood. Many report feeling happier or more relaxed after a cup of white tea. This color of tea is helpful to drink when you feel like you need to re-center, regroup, or peacefully plan your takeover of the world.

 

Pu-erh:

Reflection, Psychic Development, Divination

Fermented and aged, pu-erh is one of the rarer teas. It is technically a black tea, but the leaves are processed in a different way.

Pu-erh is aged under pressure. Processors compress the leaves to create a cake. While compressed, the tea ferments more effectively than in normal black teas. The result of the process is a complex tea that connoisseurs prefer and highly recommend, and one for which you might go wild!

This tea is known to help those tune into the world around them. Psychics, clairsentients, and empaths drink the tea and enjoy how it enhances their abilities to look and focus within themselves. This is a great tea to use before, during, and after meditation. It’s also the perfect tea for scrying, you know, piercing the walls of reality and sourcing information from the beyond!

Pu-erh isn’t just great for those trying to tone their spiritual bodies, Scientists have discovered that Pu-erh causes weight loss and better cholesterol in animal studies.

 

Oolong:

Relationships, Concentration, Romance

Oolong tea is partially fermented. It’s known for its ability to improve mental clarity. Many claim Oolong can help with eczema, tooth decay, osteoporosis, and heart disease. Although all tea has been proven to have some antimicrobial effects, studies are still being conducted to prove Oolong’s bone-restorative traits.

 

Herbal:

Varies Depending on Herbs

In the beginning, I shared that tea enthusiasts have a very rigid opinion of what a Tea is and should be. Though many herbal teas are not fermented or steamed like a traditional black or Pu-erh blend, the varieties of herbal teas are only limited by your imagination.

Many people drink chamomile to help them fall asleep. Others enjoy honeysuckle, lavender, or jasmine teas to awaken and soothe their senses. Because the flower changes from tea to tea, there are no catch-all properties to this blend. Simply pick flowers that are connected to your current emotional wellbeing, then breathe deeply and enjoy.

No matter which color tea calls to you at any given moment, there is a tea for every occasion. If you are struggling to stop drinking coffee or just trying to live a healthier life, drinking tea can be a great way to improve your mood, emotional stability, and physical health.

If you’re like me, you might consider rotating triple espressos with a nice green tea once in a while. I love noticing the difference in how each of these lovely beverages affects my intuition, perception, and creative flow. 

Tune into your muse and ask her, “What beverage, my dear, should I consume today so that I may merge more abundantly and congruently with you?” I bet she’ll answer you!

How to Grow a Healing Garden at Home

Growing a healing herb garden at home
Growing a healing herb garden at home
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Whether you cook at home, create your own incense, or look to nature to solve most of your problems, there is one fact you can’t deny: when it comes to plants, fresher is always better. 

For many of us, it can be difficult to find unusual and healing herbs in grocery stores or within new-age supply chains. Luckily, the internet has made growing your own garden at home easier than ever.

Hook it up! Let’s grow a garden! Wooohooo!

 

Finding the Right Location

Once you’ve decided to build your magic garden, the first thing you need to do is choose the location. Do you want to plant outside or inside? How about both! Each of these locations has benefits and drawbacks that affect growth and the ability to keep plants safe, healthy, and productive.

Regardless of location, plants, like all things, live best in balance with the elements. This includes plenty of sunlight to promote new growth, water for nourishment and to remain upright, soil to draw nutrients from, and carbon dioxide to produce energy. When you are choosing where you want to set up your garden, keep the elements in mind!

 

Indoors

Depending on where you live, the only place you can grow plants might be inside. There are plenty of planters available that not only allow adequate drainage but double as beautiful centerpieces in any room.

Place the planter near a window or skylight. Most plants require 4-10 hours of light, but the type of light can differ.

Bright Light

Use southern/western facing windows, or north/east if you live in the southern hemisphere. Bright light means direct light. If you look at the sky from the height of the leaves, you should see the sun. If you don’t have a window with direct light, you might have to add a synthetic source. Luckily, LEDs have made growing lamps cheaper, and they won’t jack up your electric bill.

Indirect Light

Use northern/eastern facing windows, opposite for the southern hemisphere. If you want the garden in a room with direct light, move the garden further away from the window or find another way to restrict light. You can use sheer curtains or add tint to windows to help control the amount of light plants will receive.

Low Light

Most houses have low levels of light. A good rule to follow is to try and read a book. If you keep thinking you want to turn a light on, the room has low light. Move plants away from windows or choose to plant in front of a northern window, southern for south of the equator.

 

Outdoors

When planting outdoors, it is a lot easier to judge how much light the garden will get. Shade is indirect light. If the area is in shade most of the day, it is a location with low light. 

Wild, untempered animals and humans should be kept out of garden beds and directed away from areas where they might step on plants and prevent new growth. If you have kids, dogs, ferrets, dragons, or large, careless humans in your tribe, you might consider installing a fence to manage them all. This will keep your garden safe and productive.

Remember, any changes to the perimeter could alter how the sun hits the plants. Consider opting for wireframe fences or barriers made from material that lets light through – a trellis for instance.

 

Before You Plant

Now that you’ve selected the ideal location to start your garden, you’re ready to till the soil and add a fertilizing agent.

There are many commercially available fertilizers out there, but keeping it to old fashion manure is the cheapest and safest way to add nutrients to the soil. The purpose of fertilization is to add nitrates to the growth medium. Over time, soil can become infertile, sapped of all its nutrients, and barely usable. By adding fertilizer, you can be sure that the plant foliage will have everything it needs to grow bountifully. This is especially true if you are growing vegetables and fruits in the same garden.

Once you have fertilized the soil, spread it or pour it out evenly. If you are adding fertilizer after laying your soul, till the ground to mix everything together. It’s important to make sure your dirt is packed tightly enough to support the weight of the plant, but not so tight so as to restrict the growth patterns of root systems and the flow of chi. 

After the earth is prepared and the ideal location has been selected, it’s time for the best part, selecting the plants for your new super awesome garden.

 

Picking your Plants

Being the root of all medicine, each plant has some medicinal property or another. There are many encyclopedias that aim to list every plant and their properties. These are just a few of the easiest to come by,

 

Aloe Vera

Light — Full, Part Sun

Soil —   Sandy

Bloom — Summer

Folknames— Medicine Plant, Burn Plant, Saqal, Zabila

Uses —

Aloe Vera is thought to protect the people and locations that are in contact with it. Planting it outside can ward off unwanted energy. In some parts of Africa and Mexico, cuttings are hung on doors to prevent evil spirits from entering.

It’s no secret that aloe is used to heal burns, which is good because this plant thrives in tropical environments. If you have naturally sandy soil and live in a coastal region, chances are there is already some of this plant living near to you. Aloe is a hardy plant that is forgiving to even the newest gardener.

 

Gotu-Kola

Light — Full, Part Sun

Soil —   Moist

Folknames— Indian Pennywort, Hydrocotyle

Uses —

Popular in meditation, Gotu-Kola is dried and burnt prior to meditation to help users relax and deepen their attention. Although the plant is known to love water, be careful not to drown the roots. Add enough water to moisten the soil, but don’t allow puddles to form. Indoors, be sure the plant has plenty of space to drain.

 

Mint

Light — Full Sun

Soil —   Loamy (Sand, Silt, and a little Clay)

Folknames — Garden Mint

Uses —

Mint is celebrated for its ability to heal. Used in teas or topically as salves, mint has been used for centuries to alleviate headaches, upset stomachs, and many other aches and pains. When growing, you can’t ask for an easier plant. Mint grows in direct sun and spreads rapidly. As an added bonus, the scent will help keep away mosquitos.

 

Chives

Light — Full Sun

Soil —   Loamy to Sandy

Bloom — Summer

Flower Color — Pink, Purple, Red, White

Folknames— Rush Leek

Uses —

Can be used fresh or dried in cooking or teas. Green onions have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years. The herb is thought to increase fertility in men and heal those that come in contact with it. Some cultures believe the strong scent scares away evil spirits. When added to the garden, green onions can attract butterflies and other wonderful Light-Beings!

 

Basil

Light — Full Sun

Soil —   Loamy

Bloom — Summer

Flower Color — Pink, Purple, White

Folknames— American Dittany, St. Joseph’s Wort, Njilika

Uses —

Love, wealth, protection, and controlling emotions. The scent of fresh basil is thought to ignite empathy. Through understanding, this magical herb helps build relationships and brings love into the lives of those it touches. Some users also report improvements in depression.

 

Thyme

Light — Full, Part Sun

Soil —   Loamy, Sandy

Uses —

Thyme has several uses. Its smell provides courage and energy to those who wear it. The herb is burned to promote good health and speedy recoveries. Like Sage, Thyme can also be used to smudge areas you are trying to cleanse.

 

Hot Peppers

Light — Full, Part Sun

Soil —   Loamy

Bloom — Summer

Flower Color —White

Uses —

Peppers are actually fruit; as such, they require more nutrients than other plants on this list. The plant itself is very hardy, but the pepper will grow proportionally to the quality of the care that is afforded them. Peppers are used throughout the world to treat pain. The chemical that makes them spicy helps boost metabolism and decreases inflammation.

These are just a few of the easiest plants to grow if you are starting a garden for the first time. There is an almost unlimited list of plants to choose from, but the benefits reaped from tending the garden can be just as beneficial as the plants themselves.

When we take time to care for others, including plants, we begin to understand our connection to the world around us. For many, gardening is a kind of meditation, a moment of peace away from distractions. Whether it be for cooking, spiritual growth, or healing, growing plants can help improve your life. 

When gardening or tilling your soil, communicate with all the elements. Tell your seeds, plants, soil, and microbes that you love them. Sing to them. Tell them how grateful you are that they are alive and in the process of nurturing and nourishing you and your family. 

You are a Light-Being and so are all the plants and minerals in your garden. You are one big happy family. Love each other and enjoy each other. Remember that you are the leader of this massive tribe. Share your love often!

Ashwagandha: Natural Stress Relief And Much More!

Stress relief ashwagandha herb and supplements on a tablerbs

Stress relief ashwagandha herb and supplements on a tablerbs

What’s Ashwagandha? 

 

Withania somnifera, otherwise known as ashwagandha, is an evergreen shrub originating in India, parts of Africa, and the Middle East. Its roots and fruits are highly revered and often used in Ayurvedic medicine, one of the oldest holistic medicinal approaches in the world. 

 

This ancient medicinal herb has found its way into modern-day uses as well thanks to its whole body healing properties. Easily found in supplement form at your local grocery store, ashwagandha is probably best known for its ability to relieve stress. 

 

But Ashwagandha has plenty of other uses, too! Over recent years, this herb has been seeing an increase in popularity across Western medicine, all due to its effectiveness.

 

So why should you include it in your daily, self-care regime?

 

Reduces Arthritis Pain

 

A study conducted in India found that participants with rheumatoid arthritis reported fewer tender & swollen joints, lower pain scores, decreased self-assessed disability scores, and reduced ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate) scores

 

ESR refers to a measure of inflammation in a patient and is tested by how fast red blood cells sediment (or settle) at the bottom of a test tube over the course of an hour. Normal cells sediment in a relatively slow fashion, but people that experience a lot of inflammation (like those with rheumatoid arthritis) will find that red blood cells settle much faster.  

 

Its anti-inflammatory properties are well documented across many animal studies, as its healing effects continue to impress scientists worldwide. Ashwagandha’s anti-inflammatory properties are fantastic for people with severe joint pain. 

 

It is also believed to assist in preventing pain signals from traversing the central nervous system, meaning that overall pain is also reduced. 

 

Boosts Your Immune System 

 

Ashwagandha’s has the remarkable ability to reduce inflammation, yet it plays a much larger role than just aiding with arthritic pain.

 

Ashwagandha can decrease c-reactive proteins (CRP) in your blood, a common inflammation marker. CRP is a protein created in the liver and released into the bloodstream as a response to inflammation. Increased levels lead to swelling, pain, and all those other uncomfortable symptoms that come with it. 

 

This medicinal herb has also made notable results toward the improvement of immune cells called natural killer (NK) cells. These NK cells are a type of lymphocyte (white blood cell) and part of the innate immune system important for rejecting virus-infected cells and tumors. By increasing the number of these NK cells, ashwagandha assists your immune system in fighting illness.

 

Improves Strength & Muscle Mass 

 

That’s right, adding ashwagandha to your life might help you get fit and drop some extra pounds!

 

After 8 weeks of administering a root extract, participants saw their speed and muscle strength increase by almost 10%, in comparison to the placebo group. 

 

Another 30-day study saw a significant increase in muscle activity and more than doubled their body fat reduction percentage

 

Increases Fertility in Men 

 

Give your little swimmers a fighting chance!

 

The use of ashwagandha resulted in higher sperm counts and increased sperm mobility during the course of one infertility study of men. It also leads to higher testosterone levels, a key component of a healthy reproductive system in men. 

 

Not only that, but the herb can increase the quality of sperm over time. One 3-month study saw a 14% rise in partner pregnancy after introducing ashwagandha supplements!

 

 

Helps with Cancer Treatment 

 

The herb has been used to induce apoptosis (cell death) in cancerous cells, (just like garlic!). By reducing the cells’ ability to resist this death stage, it can slow or stop the spread of cancer. 

 

Ashwagandha also interrupts new cancer cell growth, an important step in treating the disease. The herb interrupts the functions of cancer cells by increasing internal formation of reactive oxygen species (ROS).

 

While human studies are still ongoing, research conducted on mice with ovarian tumors found that ashwagandha not only prevented the cancer’s spread to other vital organs but also resulted in a 70-80% reduction in tumor growth. And this occurred whether the herb was provided as the only treatment or in conjunction with other cancer medications! 

 

Improves Brain Function 

 

Ashwagandha helps protect us from failing memory and general brain function degradation. It’s given to patients in traditional Ayurveda who need to boost their memory. Why does it have this effect? 

 

Free radicals are molecules that are harmful to the body in large numbers. Damage they cause leads to a variety of degenerative diseases and issues such as cancer, asthma, senile dementia, atherosclerosis, degenerative eye disease, and more. Our bodies naturally produce antioxidants which target these free radicals and destroy them. 

 

Ashwagandha have been proven to promote antioxidant activity, meaning free radicals have a much more difficult time attacking our bodies and we stay healthier. 

 

One study conducted over 2 months with 50 adult participants gave 300 mg of ashwagandha to one group and a placebo to the second. After receiving this dose twice a day for the duration of the study, the group consuming ashwagandha showed significant improvement to attention, general memory, and even task performance

 

Performance, choice discrimination, and reaction time was also improved by adding ashwagandha supplements into the daily routine in another study. Twenty healthy adult men were given 250 mg of this herbal extract twice a day (so 500 mg total per day) over the course of 2 weeks. The improvements were observed through testing, both before the program started and after the study was finished. 

 

Lowers Blood Sugar Levels 

 

Reducing blood sugar is important for optimal muscle health, fighting diabetes, and overall well-being

 

While research is still ongoing, several studies have already shown ashwagandha’s ability to improve blood sugar levels.

 

When compared to patients who received placebo pills, those who took ashwagandha supplements saw a lower average fasting blood sugar level. The study involved schizophrenic patients over the course of 4 weeks. 

 

 

Improves Stress and Anxiety 

 

Of all ashwagandha’s healing abilities, it’s probably best known for its efficacy for reducing a person’s stress and anxiety. Animal studies found that it regulated chemical signaling in the nervous system, in turn blocking stress pathways to the brain.

 

It can also alleviate symptoms of both acute and chronic stress and anxiety. 

 

Insomnia (a common stress and anxiety side effect) and anxiety were reduced by 69% for chronic stress patients who took an ashwagandha supplement. And after only 60 days! The placebo group, for comparison, only saw an 11% reduction in the same amount of time. 

 

Another incredible study involving 39 participants found that over 6 weeks, 88% of the group receiving ashwagandha supplements reported lessening anxiety

 

This healing herb is also a good option for improving stress and anxiety because it can lower your cortisol levels. Cortisol is released from your adrenal glands in response to stress. If those levels become inflated (or even stay that way because of chronic stress), you can also start to see other side effects such as more fat collecting in your abdomen and increased blood sugar levels. 

 

After just 60 days another research group of adults diagnosed with chronic stress lowered their cortisol levels by an average of 30%.

 

So by adding this herb to your daily routine, it can not only combat the toxic cortisol levels but also promotes regulated chemical signaling for the nervous system. 

 

Summary 

 

Like many other traditional Ayurvedic herbs, ashwagandha has seen an increase in popularity among western medicine in recent years. It improves a variety of body-wide functions, like boosting your immune system and memory, while reducing stress and anxiety levels. 

 

Just make sure that while you’re keeping your body healthy, you keep your mind and spirit healthy too!

 

Daily meditation and prayer can also uplevel your vibrations and help you feel at the top of your game. Use these free rituals, mantras, prayers, and more to awaken yourself and become more in tune with the world and universe around you

 

Start empowering yourself now and feel a lifetime of change as you shift your reality for the better! 

 

Remember that you are the embodiment of light and love! Seek forgiveness of everything, own your power, set boundaries, stand strong in the face of challenges, and remain drenched in gratitude!

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Free Yourself Mini Audio Course – Lesson 7: Love & Honor


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Lesson 7: Love & Honor Key Relationships

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Here’s what we’ll explore in this lesson:

When we think about our primary relationships, are we truly aligned with these people? Have we established reciprocal relating patterns that allow both people to feel empowered, heard, loved, and supported?

It might seem like an obvious question, but are you truly supporting and seeking to grow these key relationships?

Are you always “filling their buckets?”

Are you holding any secret agendas that are harmful to the relationship?

Are you being transparent most of the time?

In what ways do you feel underserved by these people?

In what ways can you help both parties improve how they participate?

Is it time to release one or more of these people – or is it time to put more effort into connecting and relating with them?

How are you addicted to or negatively impacted by each of these relationships?

What actions are you willing to take – and what decisions are you willing to make – to uplevel the quality of the love & honor in your life?

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You are the embodiment of light and love!

Forgive everything, learn how to say goodbye & set boundaries, stand strong in the face of challenges, and remain drenched in gratitude!

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Free Yourself Mini Audio Course – Lesson 6: Your Operational Life-Plan


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Lesson 6: Your Operational Life-Plan

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Here’s what we’ll explore in this lesson:

This episode is about one big question: WHAT IS YOUR OPERATIONAL LIFE-PLAN?

When we know who we are, understand what drives us, have learned how to nurture ourselves, and have forgiven our realities, we will need a plan. This will help us continue to move forward.

Without plans, we tend to meander in the desert. With thoughtful, always-evolving plans, we remain active, moving in the right direction, and free from the past and debilitating encumbrances.

Do you know how to plan your life so that you get what you want and need?

If you were to build an operational life-plan, what would be required to be in it?

Which parts of the plan would need to be prioritized?

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Paul’s Courses are empowering and enlightening.

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You are the embodiment of light and love!

Forgive everything, learn how to say goodbye & set boundaries, stand strong in the face of challenges, and remain drenched in gratitude!

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Free Yourself Mini Audio Course – Lesson 5: Selfish Self-Care


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Lesson 5: Selfish Self-Care

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Here’s what we’ll explore in this lesson:

When we’re seeking personal freedom, we must know how to nourish and fulfill ourselves. From there, we can expand and grow.

How are you broken and how are you healed?

How did you get in this position – what effort did you put into knowing and nourishing yourself?

What types of people, beliefs, and decisions lead you? What events colored the person you are right now?

What do you do to nourish and encourage yourself? This a vital aspect of being a human being – loving yourself enough to nourish and encourage yourself – or at least exploring the pathway to get there.

What are the components of the machine that drove you to your current state of mind, heart, and life-position?

Are you ready for a fulfill your tithing responsibility in the category of self-care? Are you ready to be self-powered, self-encouraged, and self-motivated?

All of your ancestors, angels, and divine guides are with you! You are the embodiment of love & light!

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You might also love the deeper, more-involved Free Yourself Video Course – 30 videos that can lead you to personal freedom. Check it out!

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Paul’s Courses are empowering and enlightening.

You’ll love THE PERSONALITY CARDS – a new tarot for liberation.

You are the embodiment of light and love!

Forgive everything, learn how to say goodbye & set boundaries, stand strong in the face of challenges, and remain drenched in gratitude!

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Free Yourself Mini Audio Course – Lesson 4: Responsibility & Desire


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Lesson 4: Responsibility & Desire

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Here’s what we’ll explore in this lesson:

This episode is about understanding yourself—specifically your primary responsibilities and desires.

It’s not an agenda that drives us. It’s what we feel we are beholden to. Responsibilities and desires are two of the most powerful engines driving the creation of our realities.

When we’re not conscious of what is pushing us and informing our decisions, we are no longer free.

Do they dance well together?

Which responsibilities did you contrive to make yourself seem busier or more important?

Which desires of yours are you using to construct an out-of-date or incorrect version of yourself?

What and who are you truly responsible for?

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TIPS FOR LIVING A FULFILLING LIFE

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You might also love the deeper, more-involved Free Yourself Video Course – 30 videos that can lead you to personal freedom. Check it out!

Rituals & Declarations can inspire rebirth and give you momentum.

Paul’s Courses are empowering and enlightening.

You’ll love THE PERSONALITY CARDS – a new tarot for liberation.

You are the embodiment of light and love!

Forgive everything, learn how to say goodbye & set boundaries, stand strong in the face of challenges, and remain drenched in gratitude!

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Free Yourself Mini Audio Course – Lesson 3: Authentic Living


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Lesson 3: Authentic Living

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Here’s what we’ll explore in this lesson:

When we’re born, we’re thrust into societies, religions, and family constructs that are often built on principles that have nothing to do with the truth. These ideologies are built to contrive allegiance and compliance – not freedom.

Freedom is removing the limiting constructs from your thinking so that you can attract and create a more fulfilling and FREE life. It’s all about being authentic. The real you – not the one that wears the costume to make other people feel more comfortable.

Are you being authentic in your life?

Authenticity leads to personal power, life flow, and better health, which is what freedom is all about. Get yourself out of the box and be real, starting with yourself.

How are you a slave to society, your religion, an ideology, your habits, your conditioning, your emotions, or your excuses?

What would happen if you decided that you would be happier if you reworked your beliefs and intentions, and took control of your mind and heart?

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TIPS FOR LIVING A FULFILLING LIFE

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You might also love the deeper, more-involved Free Yourself Video Course – 30 videos that can lead you to personal freedom. Check it out!

Rituals & Declarations can inspire rebirth and give you momentum.

Paul’s Courses are empowering and enlightening.

You’ll love THE PERSONALITY CARDS – a new tarot for liberation.

You are the embodiment of light and love!

Forgive everything, learn how to say goodbye & set boundaries, stand strong in the face of challenges, and remain drenched in gratitude!

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