CHAM-DUR (TSAMPA PORRIDGE)
- 2-4 heaping tbsp of Traditional Tsampa
- 1 tsp brown sugar or honey
- 1 tsp butter or ghee
- ½ cup hot water, tea or milk of your choice
- fresh or dried fruits of your choice (optional)
I am grateful for all the people in my life who have inspired me to believe in love and a conscious relationship, where we can grow and expand, surrender and fully be ourselves. It didn’t come easy for me, but I was never so much interested in pursuing a specific career, and my deepest longing was always to find true love, so I never gave up….
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We have all somehow been conditioned by our families and society that taking care of our own wellbeing or putting ourselves first is SELFISH and that we should care about everybody else first. Then we spend years unraveling all these beliefs and conditioning, peeling away layers of self-doubt and questioning, to realize that there is indeed a very healthy way of being selfish, and that in the end only when YOUR cup is full you will be able to give your love back to others.
I am not really a breakfast person…..I get tired of eggs and try to avoid bread, yogurt & granola….so I have been searching for a really good healthy breakfast alternative and I have found it! I am so happy to share it with you, because it is so yummy and so simple!
And loaded with Health Benefits……check it out:
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Welcome to my new site. I like to share with you all things that inspire me…..from yoga to delicious food to thoughts to music and other little gems I find inspiring….
If you don’t know what Kula means it refers to a clan or tribe, a community of likeminded people. In my experience and in the philosophy of yoga this is one of the most important tools for transformation.
Think about it, what would we be without our tribe, our friends and family, the people that support us to be who we want to be, that remind us of our strength when we feel weak, the people who inspire us and lift us up, or simply hold space for us when we need it?