S.O.U.P.Self-Acceptance of Universal Purpose

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REFINE/HUMBLE: S.O.U.P. AND SELF CARE
"SELF-ACCEPTANCE OF UNIVERSAL PURPOSE" Workshop

Is It Supported By Your Food Choices?

Acknowledging one's "Signature" for Character Building and use of a Monthly Calendar For Self-Development

 

SECTION A: 

A GOOD NAME IS BETTER THAN GOLD

What is the origin and meaning of your name?

WORKSHEET S.O.U.P. AND SELF-CARE

www.athomeandabroadfamilyhealtheducation.com/holiday_78.html

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SAMPLE FORMAT:
PHRASING THE APPROPRIATE QUESTION 
 
 
VIBRATIONAL HERBAL SEASONINGS 
CRAVINGS, HERBS, SEASONINGS, AND EMOTIONS
VIBRATIONAL AROMATICS AND BALANCING WELLNESS
 

[_] 1: LEADER 10,19,28,37,46,55,64,73,82,91 

  • Food For Thought:                                  
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Basil Chamomile, Ginger, Marjoram, Rosemary,St. John's Wort
  • Underline Strengths:                               Originality, Pioneer, Initiator, Determination, Creative.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Arrogant, Selfish, Egotistical, Manipulating, Dominating, Cold, No Tact, Tyranny, Antagonism, Bully

[_] 2: DIPLOMAT 11,20,29,38,47,56,65,74,83,92

  • Food For Thought:                                     
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Hyssop, Lemon, Marjoram, Pepperment, Rosemary
  • Underline Strengths:                                Peace, Cooperation, Musical, Self-Sufficient, Reliable.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Insincere, Petty, Indecisive, Shy,Timid,Self Pitying, Oversensitive, Deceptiveness, Cruel, Bad temper, Slyness, Lying, Pessimism

[_] 3: VISIONARY 12,21,30,39,48,57,66,75,84,93  

  • Food For Thought:                                     
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE : Asafetida, Basil, Cardamon, Cumin, Fenugreek, Garlic,Ginger, Lemon, Marjoram, Mint, Nutmeg, Olive, Peppermint, Vanilla
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:             Creative, Confident, Friendly, Popular, Joy, Self-Expression, Passionate.  
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Scattered, Bored, Vain,  Dictator,  Fickle, Jealousy, Hypocrisy, Wastefulness, Intolerance, Promiscuous

[_] 4: BUILDER 13,22,31,40,49,58,67,76,85,94 

  • Food For Thought:                                 
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Cardamon, Coriander, Hyssop, Nutmeg, Sage, St. John's Wort,Scullcap, Spearmint, Thyme, Vanilla, Vervain
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:          Honest, Disciplined, Practical, Loyal, Stability, Hard-Worker, Conservative.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Insensitive, Dull, Melancholy, Dogmatic, Narrow-Minded, Stubborn, Vulgar, Animalism, Hatred, Violence, Jealousy, Destructive

[_] 5: LIBERATOR 14,23,32,41,50,59,68,77,86,95 

  • Food For Thought:                                    
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Basil, Cloves, Coriander, Hops, Hyssop, Lemon, Marjoram, Parsley, Peppermint       
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:            Versatile, Spontaneous, Freedom-Loving, Communicator, Magnetic, Physical.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Self-Indulgences related to senses, Irritable, Abusive,  Procrastinating, Inconsistent, Perversion, Abuse of Freedom, Substance Abuser: Over-Indulgence in alcohol, drugs: medications or controlled substances, sensuality

[_] 6: COUNSELOR 15,24,33,42,51,60,78,87,96 

  • Food For Thought                                    
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Hyssop, Lemon, Oregano, Rosemary, Sage
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:           Responsible, Harmony, Advisor, Artistic, Balanced, Home loving, Angelic.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change:Self-Righteous, Jealous, Meddlesome, Anxious, Intrusive, Cynicism, Egotism, Suspicion, Jealousy, Slavery, Domestic Tyrant

[_] 7: SCIENTIST 16,25,34,43,52,61,79,88,97 

  • Food For Thought:                                   
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Coriander, Elderflowers, Fennel, Hops, Hyssop, Onion, Sage, Sorrel
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:            Individuality, Perfection, Deep-Thinker, Analytical, Mystic, Psychic, Reserved, 
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Sarcastic, Dishonest, Procrastinator, Will not accept advice, Withdrawn, No Faith, Turbulence, Malice, Deceit, Suppression,Theft, Cheating, Crafty

[_] 8: EXECUTIVE 17,26,35,44,53,62,71,80,98 

  • Food For Thought:                                   
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Angelica, Ginger, Hyssop, Lemon, Peppermint, Savory 
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:            Authoritative, Power, Independence, Organization, Religious, Fortune, Wise.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change:  Greedy, Power-Hungry, Intense, Scheming, Materialistic, Ruthless, Vain Dictator Bullying, Abuse, Revenge, Oppressiveness, Injustice, Cruelty, Unscrupulousness

[_] 9: HUMANITARIAN 18,27,36,45,54,63,72,81,90,99 

  • Food For Thought:                                   
  • SOUP AND SELF-CARE: Garlic, Ginger, Horse-Radish, Hyssop, Lemongrass, Marjoram, Mustard, Nettles Onion, 
  • Underline Strengths To Promote:           Courageous, Compassion, Romantic, Spiritual, Psychic, Generous, Sophisticated.
  • Circle Weak Behavior Traits To Change: Impulsive, Argumentative, Heartless, Unfocused, Temperamental, Wasteful, Immorality, Vulgarity, Bitterness, Morosenes

SECTION B: 
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: VITAMINS & MINERALS

READ MATERIALS ON HEALTH:

 

"The Surgeon General's report on Nutrition and Health says that diet-related diseases account for 68% of all deaths in this country. 

Our kitchens and our food purchase decisions can replace the doctor's office.  Did you know that fewer than 10% of Americans are getting the minimum amount of fruit and vegetabels, according to the American Journal of Public Health? And did you know that according to the National Center for Disease Control 25% of low-income blacks suffer from linear growth retardation resulting from malnutrition?  We must eat to live and declare war on fat and malnutrition."

Excerpt A Torchlight For America #146-147

 

MENUS BY MEN-NA'A

 

MAKING HOMEMADE BEAN SOUPS
SOUP INGREDIENTS: VITAMINS & MINERALS

BLACK LENTIL SOUP W/CUMIN, MOLASSES, SUN-DRIED TOMATOES 

BLACK LENTIL SOUP WITH KOMBUCHA SQUASH

BLACK LENTIL SOUP WITH OREGANO

GREEN LENTIL BEAN SOUP & SHIRO MITIN CHEESE SERVED WITH NORI ROLLS

GREEN MUNG BEAN SOUP WITH ANISE, DILL, FENNEL, & ONIONS

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH BEREBERE, TURMERIC, EGGPLANT SPAGHETTI, VEGGIE PATTIES, & FIGS

LENTIL SOUP WITH CINNAMON

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH BROCCOLI & SPRING ROLLS

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH CILANTRO & OREGANO

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH DILL

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH MORINGA

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH OREGANO

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH ROSEMARY, THYME, SALAD & NJERA 

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH SPEARMINT & SPINACH

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH SWEET & SPICY SAUCE & VEGGIE PATTIES

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH TARRAGON & CARDAMOM

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH THYME

ORANGE LENTIL SOUP WITH TOMATO PASTE, CLOVE, STAR ANISE, STRING BEANS, & CAULIFLOWER SALAD, 

PEPPERY OREGANO LENTIL SOUP

PINK BEAN SOUP WITH SPINACH & SUNDRIED TOMATOES, & CAULIFLOWER SALAD

RED ADZUKI KOMBU & CILANTRO BEAN SOUP

RED BEANS WITH HORSERADISH ROOT (WASABI)  & MORINGA LEAVES

RED CHIPOTLE BEAN SOUP WITH CELERY, GARLIC, JALAPENO PEPPERS, ONIONS, RED BELL PEPPERS, SPEARMINT, TOMATOES, TURMERIC

ROSEMARY-GARLIC PATTIES & SPRING ROLLS

WHITE SMALL NAVY BEAN PIE SERVED WITH STRAWBERRIES & BLUEBERRIES

WHITE SMALL NAVY BEAN SOUP: BASIL OLIVE SUNFLOWERSEED CHEESE

WHITE SMALL NAVY BEAN SOUP: BLACK PEPPER, POBLANO PEPPER, RED BELL PEPPER, GARLIC, GINGER, TURMERIC

WHITE SMALL NAVY BEAN SOUP: MILD WITH SAGE

WHITE NAVY BEAN SOUP: SPICEY, SMOKEY

WHITE NAVY BEAN SOUP WITH SPEARMINT 

WHITE NAVY BEAN SOUP

WHITE BEAN SOUP

WHITE BEAN SOUP WITH CHIPOTLE, HUMMUS, VEGGIE PATTIE  (pictured)

VEGGIE WRAP AND CURRY CAULIFLOWER SALAD

 

GIVE RATINGSIf you have tried one of the soups above, I would love to have you write your comment using this link: CLICK HERE

 

 

CULTURAL AROMATIC SOUPS ADD COLOR AND ARE RICH IN PROTEIN 

S.O.U.P. and Self-Care

Make bean soups using high-quality natural ingredients with Legumes. Because of the protein content in bean soups, they are a good food for filling one up on a vegetarian lifestyle when and a compliment with other dishes. Beans are multiculural and very hearty. 

The Muslims are well known for serving their muffins with small navy beans, such as the white, pink or red.

Try the Japanese red adzuki beans with kombu cooked in. Kombu is a sea vegetable.

The Indian lentil beans are used to make samosas. Lentils are also very popular in Ethiopian Cuisine, served with the flat circular Njera bread. Lentils come in a variety of colors: black, green, and orange.  Lentil soups can be made in less than an hour.  

Beans from the soup can be served in creative tasteful recipes like for chili and the Mexican tacos or burritos.

Add fresh vegetables & fresh herbs to your soups to add more flavor and nutrition. This way beans will never become boring.

 

 

ARTICLES ON SHOPPING

FIGHT BACK AGAINST FOOD MARKETING
WHY FAST FOOD ISN'T WORTH THE CONVENIENCE
MAKING UNHEALTHY FOOD SEEM MORE AFFORDABLE

  • [_] Model healthy eating habits
  • [_] Meal planning: Plan a week's menu
  • [_] Shopping list:  Create a food list and stick to it
  • [_] Buy items to make soups and "wraps" the center of your meals
  • [_] Don't go shopping when you are hungry
  • [_] Compare prices: Store brands are often cheaper than name brands.  Keep your receipts for future references.
  • [_] Navigate the supermarket: Healthier foods are generally located on the outter perimeter of the store.  
  • [_] Eat vegetarian occassionally, 2-3 times a week, if not already on a vegetarian or a plant based diet
  • [_] Read labels: Purchase items with the shorter ingredient list, avoiding items with chemical names or names that are unrecognizable

 

INTRODUCING NEW FOODS

L'dia Men-Na'a is Certified Wholistic Health Educator, an Accredited Positive Parenting Facilitator, Certified Childbirth Educator/Doula aNumerologist/Aromatherapist, and an artist.

L'dia uses food as an artistic medium to introduce healthier lifestyle habits to families. Food preparation and cooking can be a stress reliever, by using fresh herbs one benefits from the aromatherapy during the preparation process of each dish.

Learning about health can be an enjoyable engaging process during the S.O.U.P.S. WORKSHOPS Self -Acceptance Of Universal Purpose and Self-Care" Identify your Life Purpose and learn about personalizing your families' meals by focusing on soup as the center.

Make your home a more peaceful and relaxing environment with aromatherapy that is harmonious to ones vibrational make-up. Learning can be so much fun 😃

 

PLANT MEDICINE

I remember growing up seeing bouquets of flowers and herbs always decorating the kitchen or dining room tables. Smelling them was healing. We took time, often 2-3 hours prepping and cooking meals for our families.

The feast begins with the eyes being pleased made the food taste so much better. Today children have been influenced to get excited anticipating whats in a box from a fast food establishment. We have been trained to be happy about a meals that contribute to:

[_] dis-eases associated with nutritional deficiencies 

[_] sadness and grief

[_] weakened immune systems

[_] diabetes

[_] high blood pressure

[_] elderly heart disease

[_] Alzheimer's and dementia

 

ACTS OF LOVE

Avoid rewarding children with food.  When we do this we are rushing our children into unhealthy habits that will affect the quality of their lives now and in the future adulthood.

Taking time to cook is an act of love. With modern kitchen tools and conveniences like food processors making home made meals are faster, easier, healthier, and made with love. Microwaving is not recommended. 

When you go food shopping also include stopping by the flower section at the farmers market or grocery store. Decorate our tables in the kitchen and dining areas. They are our laboratories, the places where family healing begins.

 

GARNISHING PLATES

Choose edible herbal bouquets and understand their meanings

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EXCERPT TRADITIONAL MEDICINALS : HOW TO MAKE HERBAL BOUQUETS

  • [_] honeysuckle: for devotion, aster for patience, and roses for love.
  • [_] Rose: is the flower of love, shared desire, beauty, and affection.
  • [_] Fennel: The fronds represent trust or one worthy of praise.
  • [_] Rose Geranium: These represent comfort and calm.
  • [_] Eucalyptus: The symbol of purification and protection.
  • [_] Rosemary: For remembrance and mental clarity.
  • [_] Sage: Represents wisdom and good health; used for purification and longevity.
  • [_] Thyme: Represents courage, bravery and strength.
  • [_] Mint: For virtue, strength in a challenge, and warm feelings.
  • [_] Oregano: Used to spread joy, happiness, and honor.
  • [_] Parsley: For gratitude and festivity, and as the keeper of knowledge.
  • [_] Lavender: For cleansing, protection, grace and trus 

FOODUCATE PRODUCTS & CATEGORIES: Scan the labels with the "fooducate.com" scanner:  POPULAR CATEGORIES

Explanation, Nutrition, Ingredients

SECTION C:
"SELF ACCEPTANCE AND SELF-CARE"

[_] GOAL
[_] CONSULTATION
On your "Pocket Lesson"
[_] VISION BOARD (Worksheet: Use 3 Colors)

[_] AFFIRMATION (Use the 1st 4 words you see in the word search)
[_] GUESTBOOK/EVALUATION

[_] GOAL: [__/_] ______________________________________________

  • [_] Pre-contemplation:    There is no intention to change behavior or belief regarding opportunities to achieve success
  • [_] Contemplation:          Initiate Recognizing behavior. Thought about changing, deciding to commit to changes.
  • [_] Planning/Preparation: Refine Intends to change. Getting ready has spoken about changing. Expressed to others what “I” am going to be doing differently.
  • [_] Changed a habit:       Transformation
  • [_] Maintenance:             Power “I” am comfortable with changes that “I” made, & have maintained for at least 28 days. A plan has been developed & “I” have maintained a routine I am confident with, in order to attain another level:

PLANS TO ACHIEVE SET GOAL: DURING A 28 DAY LUNAR CYCLE

Completed Steps # ______________________________________

  • [__] a: # __ ______________________________ [_/_/_]
  • [__] b. #__ ______________________________ [_/_/_]
  • [__] c: #__________________________________ [_/_/_]
  • [__] d: #__ ______________________________ [_/_/_]
  • [__] e. #__ ______________________________ [_/_/_]
  • [__] f: # __ ______________________________ [_/_/_]
  • [__] g: # __ ______________________________ [_/_/_]

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[_] 1. Choose a bean you prefer to make soup with.

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[_] 2. Choose herbal seasonings that will go with it.

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[_] 3. Choose one or two side dishes to compliment your beans:

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GENERATION
AFTER GENERATION 

THE ELDER'S PLACE AT THE TABLE
GRANDMA'S HANDS:
Grandmother would always pick something from the earth in our little modest garden nothing fancy, just a corner by the side of the house or sidewalk. Her favorites were the herbs in the mint family. She simmered the herbs, then she gave to us usually in the form of a tea or a salve.

A LIFESTYLE BASED ON THE CONVIENENCES: 

Today's generation of families has to relearn the healthier ways of shopping, storing, preparation and eating. This commercial age that began in the 60's and intensified in the 80's has advertised convienence at the expense of health. The result of which has given rise to the doctor's visits and a need for medications. For many of us it is due to introducing poor quality food, non-food substances, artificial chemicals, and age inducing hormones that do not benefit our health. We are being destroyed. What we put in our mouths deteriorates our bodily functions.

      • 1. How does mother or father influence the families food preferences?
      • 2. What is the unborn child learning about taste, flavors, and health from their mother's womb?
      • 3. How is mother being supported in getting healthier foods for the children for creating healthier communities?

 

WHAT RUNS IN YOUR FAMILY?

_______________________________

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[_] DIET: 

[_] Omnivore: _______________

[_] Pescatarian: ______________

[_] Lacto-Ovo Vegetarian: ______

[_] Vegetarian: _______________

[_] Plant-Based: ______________

[_] Vegan: ___________________

[_] Other:  ___________________

                  ___________________

[_] HABIT:

[_] The Luther Burger (watch video)

[_] Other fast foods:

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

[_] Soul Food (watch video)

[_] Other cultural foods:

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

[_] GENETIC MAKEUP/PREDISPOSITION:

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

[_] FOOD RELATED: EARLY GENERATIONAL DISEASES:

[_] _________________________

[_] _________________________

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SECTION #F:
SETTING NEW GOALS FOR SELF DEVELOPMENT

[_] WEEKLY GOALS: 4 15min. CONSULTATIONS
FOR CURRENT 28 DAY CYCLE 

                              _________ - _________

                        4th Week g:[__/_] (22nd-28th)

                         3rd Week f:[__/_] (15th-21st)

(1st- 7th) 1st Week d:[__/_] [__/_]e 2nd Week (8th-14th) 

                     a:[__/_]    b:[__/_]      c:[__/_]

Month:___   Personal Year    Personal Month

                         h:[__/_] [__/_]i

                                j:[__/_] 

       

                        4th Week g:[__/_] (22nd-28th)

                         3rd Week f:[__/_] (15th-21st)

(1st- 7th) 1st Week d:[__/_] [__/_]e 2nd Week (8th-14th) 

                     a:[__/_]    b:[__/_]      c:[__/_]

Month:___   Personal Year    Personal Month

                         h:[__/_] [__/_]i

                                j:[__/_] 

 

__/__  [__/_] [d] INITIATE/KNOWLEDGE     

Part 1:1st-7th Week:

KNOWLEDGE OF SELF “I AM MATHEMATICS” Self-Analysis Consultation. Review Chart and key mathematical calculations creating a positive affirmation for the current month. Receive Aura Reading & Medicine Animal Consultation. Mathematical Assessment & Time Management Ancient Therapies For Guidance & Affirmation Wellness plans and goal setting. Affirming strengths. In time with vibrational cycles in a 28 day month Time Management Ancient Therapies For Guidance & Affirmation Wellness plans and goal setting. Affirming strengths. In time with vibrational cycles in a 28 day monthly calendar: Pages: 2,3,4,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 (4 pages: 1-16)

  1. Studies, Opportunities, Dealing With Challenges
  2. Emotional Stability & Maintaining Balance
  3. Traits: Arrows Of Strengths & Weaknesses
  4. Transtheoretical Behavior Change Model: Universal Laws & Affirmations
  5. Colors: Self-Care Stress Relief & Affirmations

__/__ [__/_] [e] REFINE/HUMBLE        
Part
2:8th-14th  Week:

INNER-CHILD “FOOD FOR THOUGHT” Emotions & Life-style:Understand Inner Child emotions, food for thought cravings, herbs and effects on organs and personal health. Improving Better Health Journaling healthy habits. Praise accomplishments in learning new ways to overcome challenges Pages:15,17,19, 21,23,24 (2 pages: 17-24)

  1. Health: Building Family Health & Education
  2. Emotions & Life-Style, Vitamins & Minerals & Cravings
  3. Stress Relief, Managing Anger
  4. Dominant Thoughts During Womblife
  5. Pregnant [_] No [_] Yes Healthy Nutritional Awareness GA: __ Weeks, EDD: __/__/____
  6. FOOD FOR VIBRATIONAL ENERGY:

 __/__ [__/_] [f] TRANSFORM/MULTIPLY
Part
3:15th-21st Week:

VISION BOARD “RESOLVING INNER CONFLICTS” Clearing Clutter From The Mind & Tapping into Life Purpose drive for direction and channeling energy to manage stress and/or anger to build confidence. Use of universal principles in making decisions for harmony and better business opportunities are encouraged. Environment Types of Relationships & Requirements, Avoiding Crisis Self-Care & Family values having support builds community Pages: 25,29,30,31,32 (2 pages: 25-32)

  1. Music: Tone, Color, & Meditation
  2. 5 Amazing Benefits Of Music
  3. Crystal Body Therapy
  4. Home: Family, Friends & Relationships
  5. Colors: Self-Care Stress Relief & Affirmations
  6. Wealth & Enrichment: Goal Planning For Success
  7. Wealth & Careers
  8. Skills You Need For Jobs Of The Future
  9. Occupations

__/__ [__/_] [g] POWER/RIPEN       
Part
4:22nd-28th Week:

MEMORIES: "RELATIONSHIP CHALLENGES, CHILDHOOD GROWING PAINS & ADULT HEALTH" TRAUMA INFORMED CARE ACEs: Memory, Challenges, & Health: Toxic Parent(s) Addressing Childhood Trauma Adult IssuesCreating harmonious environments for home, school, or office. Understanding the reasons for relationships: family, friends, and community.

  1. Support Team Work:  Family, Friends, Community For Survival Advancement & Sustainability: Food Therapy, Aromatherapy, Flowertherapy
  2. Compatibility & Romance: Having Vision, Building A Future
  3. Romance: In-To-Me-See
  4. Reproductive Health & Relationships
  5. Positive Parenting For A Better Future: Teaching Values & Sex Education To Youth

[_] DREAMSPELL 28 DAY CURRENT CYCLES CALENDAR:
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SECTION D: KNOWLEDGE OF SELF

"I AM MATHEMATICS"

  • [__/_] D.O.B.:     __/__/____
  • [__/_] Personal Year:20/___
  • [__/_] Personal Month:  ___

 

NUTRITION DESTINY HOME

SECTION D: 

Interviews: 

Samuel Jackson  

Supanovaslom "I Was Born Vegan" Plant Based Consciousness

 

FOOD BOOK LIST

[_] The Complete Alkaline Food List By Robert Akstar (Alkaline)

 

 

FOOD FOR THOUGHT SELF DEVELOPMENT BALANCING:1-9

  • [__/_] Innerchild 
  • [__/_] Life Path 
  • [__/_] Key 
  • [__/_] Destiny

[_] 1: 1,10,19,28,37,46,55,64,73,82,91
[_] Fruits: orange, lemon, apple, fig, grapefruit
[_] Vegetables: spinach
[_] Herbs: ginger, chamomile, St. Johns Wort
[_] Limit: oily/fatty food, flesh, wine, yogurt
[_] Sensitive to: high blood pressure, heart palpitations
[_] Associated with: heart and circulatory system
[_] Essential Oil: chamomile, basil, ginger, marjoram, orange, rosemary

[ ] 2: 2,11,20,29,38,47,56,65,74,83,92
[_] Fruits: melons, prunes, apple, lemon, strawberry
[_] Vegetables: lettuce, cucumber, cabbage, cauliflower
[_] Water: Drink plenty of spring or distilled water
[_] Limit: many sweets at irregular hours, conflicts
[_] Sensitive to: diabetes, digestive sys. prob., hemorrhage.
[_] Associated with: digestive system, lymphatic system, synovial fluids, stomach, breasts, ovaries, sympathetic nervous system.
[_] Essential Oil:  cinnamon bark, black pepper, hyssop, lemon, marjoram, peppermint, rosemary,

[ ] 3: 3,12,21,30,39,48,57,66,75,84,93
[_] Fruits: apple, grape, cherry, peach, pomegranate
[_] Vegetables: beet, sprouts, asparagus, parsnips, olive
[_] Herbs: garlic, asafetida, fenugreek, ginger, mint
[_] Limit: fats, hot spicy foods, overstrained nerves
[_] Sensitive to: strained nerves, skin problems, sciatica, kidneys
[_] Associated with: the liver, the nervous system, disposition of fats
[_] Essential Oil:  cardamon, cumin, basil, ginger, lemon, marjoram, nutmeg, peppermint, vanilla,  

[ ] 4: 4,13,22,31,40,49,58,67,76,85,94
[_] Fruits: banana, other fresh fruits.
[_] Vegetables: okra, lentil, spinach, other vegetables.
[_] Herbs: St. Johns Wort, scullcap, vervain
[_] Limit: caffeine drinks, sugar, alcohol
[_] Sensitive to: mental/emotional disorders, hysteria, mysterious ailments
[_] Associated with: back, head
[_] Essential Oil:  cardamon, coriander, grapefruit, hyssop, nutmeg, sage, spearmint, thyme, vanilla
 

[ ] 5: 5,14,23,32,41,50,59,68,77,86,95
[_] Fruits: cherries, cranberries
[_] Vegetables: kombu, parsnips, string beans
[_] Grains: oats
[_] Herbs: marjoram, parsley, cloves, hops, hyssop
[_] Best to: fast often, get plenty rest and relaxation
[_] Sensitive to: insomnia, exhaustion, lungs, drug abuse
[_] Associated with: central nervous sytem, brain, respiratory system, thyroid, sensory organs
[_] Essential Oil:  basil, coriander, hyssop, lemon, marjoram, peppermint
 

[ ] 6:   6,15,24,33,42,51,60,78,87,96
[_] Fruits: lime, pear, apricot, raspberry, melon
[_] Vegetables: squash, brussel sprouts, radish
[_] Legumes: all kinds of beans
[_] limit: rich and fattening foods, limit sweets,
[_] Sensitive to: breast, upper respiratory, circulation
[_] Associated with: venous circulation, parathyroids, throat, kidneys, lumbar region, breasts
[_] Essential Oil:  grapefruit, lemon, hyssop, oregano, rosemary, sage

[ ] 7: 7,16,25,34,43,52,61,70,79,88,97
[_] Fruits: blackberry, pineapple, grapes, fruit juices of all kinds
[_] Vegetables: onion, watercress, cabbage, lettuce, celery
[_] Grains: oats
[_] Herbs: sorrel, hops, elderflowers
[_] Limit: repressed emotions and moods.
[_] Sensitive to: worry, mental aggravation, stomach
[_] Associated with: thalamus, spinal canal, nervous & mental processes
[_] Essential Oil: coriander, fennel,
hyssop, sage

[ ] 8: 8,17,26,35,44,53,62,71,80,89,98
[_] Fruits: dates,
[_] Vegetables: spinach, celery, turnip
[_] Herbs: savory, angelica, solomons seal
[_] Limit: animal flesh (meat), intense feelings of loneliness
[_] Sensitive to: blood diseases, liver, rheumatism, bones, headaches
[_] Associated with: skeletal system, skin, teeth, gallbladder, spleen, liver, bile, intestines
[_] Essential Oil:  ginger, hyssop, lemon, peppermint

[ ] 9: 9,18,27,36,45,54,63,72,81,90,99
[_] Fruits: tomato, apricot, apple, dates, rhubarb
[_] Vegetables: eggplant, leeks, bell peppers,
[_] Herbs: mustard, garlic, raw onion, horse-radish, nettle
[_] Limit: pickles, alcohol, or wines, rich foods
[_] Sensitive to: headaches, ulcers, abuse of alcohol, drugs, contagious diseases: measles, chicken-pox, etc...
[_] Associated with: muscular sytem, uro-genital system, gonads (sex organs), red corpuscles of the blood and kidney

[_] Essential Oil:  ginger, hyssop, lemon, lemongrass, marjoram hyssop
 

Vibrationally customized, by Introducing New Foods And Vegetarian Plant-Based Options with old favorites to teach how to prepare your own vegetarian home cooked meals. Use fresh vegetables, fruit, and herbs centered around bean dishes, to well nourished, and satisfied, your family with and nutritional health. We can all become more aware vibrationally atuned each month to strengthen with foods for self-development  as well as for health, wealth, romance and Food Safety Widget

  • [_] Mentally:     
  • [_] Emotionally:   
  • [_] Spiritually:   
  • [_] Physically:  

balancing in our families.

 

CHALLENGES ARE REAL 

Focus on building healthier meals with creating simple soups as the center of attention accompanied with a variety of other fruits and vegetables to assure healthy nutritional eating. Make sure you are not stressing about it or becoming vitamin and mineral deficient. A "Knowledge Of Self Mathematics Self-Development" Program takes a Wholistic Health Educational approach as a guide for your "Affirmation" of dietary improvement or change.

Circle the foods that have eaten

yesterday and today. Pay attention to the foods with one's particular birth vibration and monthly cycles of vibrational energy.

 

WORKSHOP, CLASSES, PERSONAL CONSULTATIONS:

#4 NUTRITIONAL BALANCE

CIRCLE THE FOODS YOU HAVE EATEN  TODAY AND YESTERDAY

VITAMINS

[_] A Beta Carotene:
healthy skin, bone growth, immune health, vision
Leafy dark green vegetables, dulse, dark orange fruits: apricots, cantaloupe, carrots, squash6

[_] B1 Thiamine, Thiamin Chloride:
Needed for normal functioning of the nervous system, digestion and metabolism. May help with depression and assist with memory and learning.
Beans6, beets, brown rice, leafy green vegetables, lentils, okra, oranges, peas, rice bran, seeds, sunflower seeds

[_] B2 Riboflavin:
A generator of energy, needed for nerve and blood cell development, and the regulation of certain hormones.
Almonds, apples, asparagus, avocado, bananas, bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, carrots, grapefruit, green beans, kelp, leafy greens, maple syrup, peppers, prunes, rice bran, root vegetables, sea vegetables, spinach, squash, sun-dried tomatoes, sunflower seeds,  wheat germ 

[_] B3 Niacine/Niacinamide/Nicotinic acid
For Necessary for functioning of the nervous system, red blood cell formation and blood circulation, lowers cholesterol. Assists in the maintenance of skin, nerves, and blood vessels.
almonds, brown rice, green vegetables, rice bran, sunflower seeds, wheat germ, whole barley

[_] B6 Pyridoxine:
promotes brain function, hormone balance, prevents: nausea, nervous disorders, reduces swelling:
Avocado, cabbage27, cantaloupe2, cauliflower2, beans6, Black strap molasses, broccoli, banana4. carrots, celery78, figs1, lemons12, hijiki5, honey, okra4, onion79, pineapple7, prune, spinach148, watermelon26, wheat germ.

[_] B9 Folic acid; Folate:
Development of central nervous system, increases appetite, enhances circulation, & energy:
Asparagus3, avocado, banana4, beans6, beets3, boysenberry, broccoli, cantaloupe26, citrus fruits, spinach148, strawberry2, Brussels sprouts6, ginger138, legumes6, lentil6, bean sprouts, okra4, pineapple7, oranges12, romaine/green leaf lettuce27, spinach148, sprouts3, rice, root vegetables, brewer’s & nutritional yeast, wheat germ, whole grain bread

[_] B12 Cyanocobalamin; Methalcobalamin:
Forms DNA to make healthy blood cells. For mental clarity. Improves skin disorders, nervous system, increases energy. Also helps with better sleep patterns. Increases sperm count in men who have lower sperm counts. Can be found in Dulse (sea vegetable), nutritional yeast, meat alternatives, plant-based cereals, yogurts & milks that are fortified with B12 are: almond milk, rice milk.  B12 is found in significant amounts in animal and animal by-products protein foods. B12 is also manufactured by bacteria in the human intestines, but it is not known how much we can naturally absorb and utilize from that source.

[_] B15:
Antioxidant, immunity to infections lowers blood cholesterol, enhances liver function: rown Bee pollen, brewer’s yeast, brown rice, cabbage27, dandelion root, nutritional yeast, pumpkin seeds6, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, whole grains.

[_] C Ascorbic Acid:
Protects against virus, bacteria toxins, helps heal wounds, aids in absorption of Iron.
Acerola cherries3, asparagus3, bell peppers9, blackberriy7, bokchoy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts6, cantaloupe26, cabbage27, citrus fruits, dark leafy greens2, grapes37, kiwi, lime6, mango, orange12, papaya, parsley, peach3, pumpkin seeds6, radish6, rose hips, sesame seeds, strawberries2, tomato9

[_] E Tocopherol:
Antioxidant, protects red blood cells, heals wounds. Asparagus3, avocado, bean sprouts3, bee pollen, celery, cucumber2, kelp5, olives3, olive oil3, palm oil, sesame oil, spinach148, spirulina, tomato9, wheat-grass.

[_] K Phylloquinone; Phytonadione; Phytomenadione:
Reduces nausea/vomiting, promotes blood clotting, prevention of hemorrhage.
Alfalfa, blackstrap molasses, dark green leafy vegetables2, dulse, kelp5.

 

MINERALS:

[_] Calcium:
Pain killer: cramps, calms nerves, tones muscles, clots blood.
Adzuki beans6, agar agar, almonds, broccoli, carob, cauliflower2, carrot juice, cherry35, figs1, moringa, small white navy beans6, quinoa, raisins7, sesame seeds, string beans5, sunflower seeds, tahini, papaya, peach3, squash6, red raspberry leaf16, spirulina, sun chlorella, hijiki, sea moss, blackstrap molasses.

[_] Iodine:
Crucial for thyroid to function properly. Helps to manage metabolism, detoxification, for growth and development.  Consuming iodine from plants like kelp also helps reduce the effects of radiation exposure.
Cranberries, dulse, navy beans, sea vegetables5: arame, hijiki, kelp5, kombu5, wakame, strawberries. 

[_] Iron:
Essential for making hemoglobin, enriches blood, ensures vitally, reasoning & memory.
Almonds, agar agar, apricot69, beet greens3, blackstrap molasses, brewers yeast, date89, dulse, cherry35,dandelion greens, dates89, dulse5, kelp5, lentils6, moringa, olives3, parsley, peach3, pear6, dried prunes2, raisins7, sea moss, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds6, sunflower seeds, wheat bran, alfalfa, nettle9, yellow dock LOADED: Iron Rich Plant Foods

[_] Magnesium:
Parathyroid hormone release, helps to stop headaches & migraines, helps to bounce back from depression, for muscle contractions and chronic pain, relieves PMS symptoms, can protect from gallstones, bone formation, can slow and reverse the effects of osteoporosis, High Blood Pressure control. 
Green leafy vegetables27, bananas4, dulse,moringa, okra4, olives3, turmeric,

[_] Manganese:
Essential for bone structure, male fertility, reproductive function, PMS
Legumes6, seeds, whole grains leafy green vegetables6, turmeric

[_] Phosphorus:
Essential for stimulating hormone production & controls the activities of most hormones and vitamins. Helps the body to utilize the B vitamins. Builds brain, blood, bones, hair, and teeth 
Almonds, carrots, dried fruit, garlic, legumes, seeds, whole grains

[_]Potassium:
The functioning of our body depends on regulation of potassium concentration. Reduces risk of stroke, lowers blood pressure.
Banana4, dulse,moringa, oranges12, tomato9, acorn squash6, spearmint4, spinach148

[_] Protein:
Growth, brain function, builds muscles and strong immune system.
Amaranth, avocado, beans6, broccoli, brown rice, chia seeds, corn tortillas, dark green leafy vegetables2, dulse,  kelp5 lentils6, small red navy beans6, small white navy beans6, millet, njera, nutritional yeast,  oatmeal7, oats7, papaya, pumpkin seeds, quinoa, sunflower seeds, squash6, wheat germ.

[_] Selenium:
Antioxidant, balances immune, system, lymph glands, needed for pancreas function, reduces risk of heart-cardiovascular disease, cancer.
Asparagus3, barley, brewer’s yeast, broccoli, brown rice, garlic139, blackstrap molasses, moringa, oats7, onion79, seeds, whole grains, wheat germ.

[_] Zinc:
Important for prostate gland function and growth of the reproductive organs
Moringa, pumpkin seeds6, turmeric  

Sharing information that personalizes health bringing balance to vibrational energy.  "On-site" shopping, and/or restaurant outtings is to identify food items and/or other materials for personal self development. Education includes the ancient arts of vibrational balancing.

 

SECTION #F:
SETTING NEW GOALS FOR SELF DEVELOPMENT

 LUNAR TOTEM AFFIRMATIONS

Consultations where the focus is to inform the clients on what to be directing one's energy towards opportunities during a particular moon phase.

Every month there are 8 moon phases from the 1 New Phase (New Moon) 5 to the Full Moon Phase (Full Moon) to the 8 (Waning Crescent) has ameaning and a certain things are meant to be done during these phases

[_] __/__/____
1 New Phase: Write down specific goals for 28 days 

basil*13, bergamot14579, cardamon*34, cypress*2367, patchouli1

  • 1. [_] Plant seeds of renewal
  • 2. [_] A time for starting ventures 

[_] __/__/____
2 Crescent Waxing: Foundation filter ideas 

 cinnamon*29, orange1239, sandalwood24567

  • 1. [_] develop clear plans for goals before acting.
  • 2. [_] advance/expand

[_] __/__/____
3. 1st Quarter: Act upon desires for goals 

Opportunities will occur to help reach goals.

eucalyptus radiata 23489, lemon 367, rosemary** 1236, sage*467

  • 1. [_] Have the courage & self-determination to act upon desires for goals.
  • 2. [_] Be self-motivated and self-empower by recognizing the support that is present.
  • 3. [_] Materialize and bring into form by pursuing goals.

[_] __/__/____
4. Gibbous Waxing Phase: Maintain balance

amber, grapefruit* 346, mimosa* 38, marjoram*12459, sage* 467, spearmint*

  • 1. [_] Stay organized while being confronted with daily tasks.
  • 2. [_] Analyze movements using strategies that mature, perfect, & refine plans.
  • 3. [_] Connect with others and have meetings that will galvanize their support.
  • 4. [_] Articulate, evaluate, and observe be in discernment with the process.

[_] __/__/____
5. Full Moon: Meditate, pray, make decisions

cedarwood*67, chamomile1234578, frankincense34, jasmine*469, myrrh*57

  • 1. [_] Power and realizations regarding undertakings
  • 2. [_] Surrender in order to receive.
  • 3. [_] Celebrate, creatively distribute the beauty of what has been produced

[_] __/__/____
6. 3rd Quarter Waning Gibbous Moon: Harvesting

cypress*2367, neroli1245, nutmeg*34, tangerine, tuberose*

  • 1. [_] Manifesting, illuminating the reaping of dreams.
  • 2. [_] Release, share the wealth and teach others.
  • 3. [_] Through demonstration communicate wisdom of self-love & helping others to heal 

[_] __/__/____
7. Last Quarter Waning: Let go 

geranium14, juniper* 167, vetiver5, rosewood*8, sage*467

  • 1. [_] Reflect on and honor what has evolved during this month.
  • 2. [_] Do visualization meditations to purify,
  • 3. [_] Allow body and mind to rest and recuperate.
  • 4. [_] Assimilate and reap what has been beneficial.
  • 5. [_] Bring into completion, shifting to release strategies that are not working.

[_] __/__/____
8. Balsamic Waning Crescent: Consider New Strategies

ginger89, myrtle*, nutmeg*34, yarrow*8

  • 1. [_] Dormancy, paying attention to dreamtimes, keeping a journal of their meanings.
  • 2. [_] Be in prayer in order to integrate what was learned in this month.
  • 3. [_] Dissolve what is no longer needed for future goals.
  • 4. [_] Enthusiastically write new strategies, affirmations, & steps for the new cycle  

 ESSENTIAL OILS CAUTION:

  • Avoid during pregnancy,
  • **Avoid HBP, Epileptic  

SECTION E: 

EDUCATION FOR MEAL PLANNING

INTRODUCING NEW FOODS

L'dia Men-Na'a is Certified Wholistic Health Educator, an Accredited Positive Parenting Facilitator, Certified Childbirth Educator/Doula Numerologist/Aromatherapist, and an artist.  L'dia uses food as an artistic medium to introduce healthier lifestyle habits to families.

 

Food preparation and cooking can be a stress reliever, by using fresh herbs one benefits from the aromatherapy during the preparation process of each dish.  Learning about health can be an enjoyable engaging process during the 

S.O.U.P.S. WORKSHOPS

Self -Acceptance Of Universal Purpose and Self-Care"

Identify your emotional connections with foods and their Purpose in your life. Personalizing your families' meals by focusing on soup as the center. 

S.O.U.P. AND SELF-CARE:

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