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- Altered Tastes: Can the new science of neurogastronomy – and one very creative chef – convince us that eating healthy food is delicious? *Gold star for this read.
- Sub-consciousness basics, from the BBC.
- And fast health :/
- Currently reading: The Diary of Virginia Woolf,
- and Frequency, The Power of Personal Vibration.
- Which lead me to this beautiful podcast. Chrysalis: The Psychology of Transformation and,
- Jung’s concept of Innate Sensitiveness.
- Next up: Either this vacuum, or maybe US Weekly.
- RX taught an Herbalism 101 class at Calliope. It was pretty, pretty fun.
- nd renewed my appreciation for Damiana, which I’ve been drinking nightly since.
- I was interviewed by We.Rule.
- Coconut Pulling Oil is still the best selling RX product. If you haven’t tried it yet, the taste-size oils are free shipping this week. (Code “FREEDOM” at checkout).
- Our next Full Moon party at The Alchemist’s Kitchen is Thursday 4/21 from 7-1030pm. RSVP here!
- Mushroom everything.
- Why we need minerals.
- DIY alkaline water. Lots cheaper than some of the stuff I fall for.
- Frog venom ceremonies in NYC.
- I’m finally doing this! 23andMe DNA Genetic Testing & Analysis
- Salt as an anxiety remedy. David Wolfe has a simple recipe for working it into the daily/nightly.
- And, for the next time you need a labyrinth: World-Wide Labyrinth Locator.
Instinct is anything but a blind and indefinite impulse, since it proves to be attuned and adapted to a definite external situation. This latter circumstance gives it its specific and irreducible form. Just as instinct is original and hereditary, so too, its form is age-old, that is to say, archetypal. It is even older and more conservative than the body's form.
- Carl Jung, The Undiscovered Self