#Pet #Reiki Shoutout

I love my dog, cat, and horse clients. Here’s a shoutout to them. A scratch behind the ears and a Reiki hug, too.

What do your pets do during their Reiki sessions? I love pet Reiki stories.

Gina

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Message Monday Hits Inboxes on…Monday

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Peace and love,

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, have a Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts, follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

The #Reiki Café #Newsletter Comes Out Monday

Here’s what’s coming in Monday’s Reiki newsletter:
Keep It Simple statements for what other people in our lives are doing.
Message Monday: how we can live an inspired life this week.
Book review: Archetypal Chakras by Arnold Bittlinger
Vegan Pumpkin Muffin Recipe
A new low-cost coaching call dedicated to intuitive eating.


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Peace and love,

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, have a Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts, follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

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October Energy Update From Lee Harris

Hello! Do you feel the shifts happening all around? I know I do and it’s so refreshing to see what Lee Harris has channeled about these shifts. Here’s his video:

Remember that all of your changes are supported and that if you need help you can request to be added to my free distant Reiki send.

Peace and love,

Gina

There are several ways you can support The Reiki Café. You can buy a book, review a book, have a Reiki session, take a workshop, study Reiki, tell your family and friends about me, share my posts, follow me on Medium, and/or donate to the virtual tip jar. All support is appreciated. Thank you!

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Baked salmon with celery

Baked celery, hmm? Worth a try, I think.

Cooking Without Limits

Baked salmon with celery

Crazy thing happened a few days back. I went to the market to buy leeks to make a cream soup and I got home with celery. I did not even realize what I was buying. I thought it is what I needed. So, I had to improvise because I never made a soup with celery. So I made salmon with celery.

I can tell you that I love the taste of bake celery. I always had it raw. Do you make mistakes like me at the market? What do you cook after that?

Ingredients:

  • Salmon
  • Celery
  • Lemon juice
  • Salt and pepper

Directions:

Preheat oven at 400°F or 200°C. Put the salmon on a tray. Add salt, pepper and lemon juice on top of it. Cut the celery and put pieces on the salmon.

Cover the tray and bake it for 8-10 minutes.

Enjoy!

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Sweet & Spicy Taco – Dedicated to Childhood Friendships Which Have Stood the Test of Time

Miriam, Melissa and Charlene. We met in our school days. Charlene and I met on our Elementary school playground. Melissa and I in our 7th grade homeroom, simply because of the alphabet. Miriam and I were kismet from day one. These three women have been part of my life for more than thirty years. I am blessed!

Grammar Girl had a podcast about made up languages, which added to my fond reminiscing about those school days. We had made up languages that I think are known as carnival talk, z language and the ever-popular pig latin.

We were sweet and spicy as children, as we are now as women. The name for the recipe came first as I was trying to get more vegetables into my taco lunches and so added onions and corn. That made them too sweet for me, so I added green chiles. Now I had a little fire in them. Miriam’s family introduced me to glorious homemade Mexican food and then, voila, I wanted to dedicate this recipe to the women who were such a huge part of my childhood.

When you try these tacos, I hope it reminds you of your formative friendships, and to maybe call one of them, or visit, if you’re close by.

As we’re all grown with families now, it’s handy that this is a good make ahead meal. Combine all of the dry ingredients in a jar or food saver bag once in a while and have tacos at a moments notice.

Sweet & Spicy Tacos (pic with chile guy prop and recipe name in it)

Ingredients are listed per person so you can easily adjust for the crowd you have. All of the Thrive Life ingredients in this recipe are Preferred items and Preferred customers get free shipping on them when the order is over $100. Find out more about the Preferred customer program here. link

2 Tbsp. sweet corn

2 Tbsp. sliced onions

2 Tbsp. green chiles (if you like it spicier, add another tablespoon) link

2 Tbsp. cooked, leftover meat of choice

1 tsp. smoked paprika

1 tsp. cumin

1 tsp. salt

Combine all of the above ingredients in a saute pan set to medium heat. Stir. Cover and cook for 5-7 minutes, until all of the ingredients are tender. Remove the lid, stir and cook until vegetables have the color and texture you want. For me, this is another 5-7 minutes.

Corn tortillas

Guacamole

Pico de gallo

Use two tablespoons of filling per taco. Top with guacamole and pico de gallo.

Thank you for walking down memory lane with me!

Gina

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Vegan Mexican Street Corn Salad — The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show

Getting bored with your same old salad? This Plant Based Vegan Mexican Street Corn Salad recipe is loosely based on Mexican street corn that would be sold at an outdoor market. Mexican street corn is char-grilled sweet corn on a stick that is lathered with a creamy mayo and sprinkled with lime juice and chili […]

Vegan Mexican Street Corn Salad — The Whole Food Plant Based Cooking Show

Sharing this recipe because it looks deliciously healthy. Remember to add Reiki.

Gina

Clairaudience

Sharing what others have written about clairaudience.

Grounded Spirits

Resources mentioned in this week’s episode include:

  • Tips from Amanda Linette Meder:

  • Practice listening to humans and animals, be present for hearing what is said
  • Start identifying where the ethereal voices come in from
  • When the voices come in, ask who is speaking, beginning to identify whom you are communing with and where these voices come from
  • Regularly clear your mind for thought transmissions too, as clairaudience is often mistaken for claircognizance

Gnostic Esoteric Study & Work Aids: The Solar Bodies are: Harmoniously  Organised, Unified and Complete Functioning Fabrications – (2381)

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August Energy Update for 2021 with Lee Harris

Thanks to my friend Diane Novack for introducing me to Lee Harris’ energy updates. I resonate with the Z’s, too.

Tania Marie

The August Energy Update, I feel, is an important one that I hope you’ll take the time to listen to and allow to settle in and percolate in the background.

It’s very resonant with my own senses and insights that I was just talking deeply about a couple of days ago in terms of a theme being around the direction we’re each choosing to go and where I’m, personally, choosing within that.

Lee stressed it’s about choosing “which way we’re going,” for a purpose. It may not be clear as to what these directions are leading to for everyone, but that’s not as important as staying present to conscious choice and reminding yourself of the essence of who you are. He always does a good job at staying larger in his descriptions rather than detailing things out with labels, so that we can each feel into what that…

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