RendHeaven

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  1. Breath
    Breath
    For those interested in exploring Breathwork for mysticism, insights and emotional healing, I would recommend trying online breathwork sessions with a facilitator and group. There are expert facilitators that offer some free sessions. Nearly all resources also offer classes and one-on-one private sessions. Some resources that I am engaged with:
     A facebook group that posts lots of Breathwork events (both free and donation). 
    Breath Church: Sundays at 6pm (New York Time) at this zoom site. They employ various breathing methods. 
    One Breath Institute: Facebook page and website. Led by Lisa McNett and Debbie Shirmann. They offer free breathwork sessions every Tuesday at 8pm and Sunday at 11am (New York Time). They are more into using breathwork for healing. They employ conscious connected breathing. 
    Angell Deer at the Sanctuary: Saturday nights at 8pm. He employs Shamanic Breathing. 
    Make Some Breathing Space: Offers free online sessions: Tuesdays 9:30pm (New York time) registration, Thursdays 8:30 pm (UK time) registration, Thursdays 8pm (California Time) registration and Fridays 1pm (UK time) registration, 
    Rebecca Llewellyn at Divine Roots. Rebecca is perhaps the highest level facilitator that I've breathed with. She goes into realms of Divine Feminine, Mother Nature, Mysticism, Shamanism, healing, Native Tribes, plant medicines, Tarot, energetics etc. She employs a combination of conscious connected breathing and Shamanic Breathing. She only offers one free ceremony per month online, which is listed on her website events. 
    As well, I have some recorded sessions I can share with you via Google Drive. If interested, DM me. 
     

  2. Becoming an Innanimate Object in 3 Steps
    Becoming an Innanimate Object in 3 Steps
    I've been working on this skill for months now and came up with this guide of 3 progressively difficult Steps. I know some of you are into these kind of psychic practices so here we go:
    1. Learn how to put your consciousness' focal point into different parts of your own body.
    By consciousness' focal point I mean your sense of location. For most people it's the head most of the time. Notice that you can change this focal point to different body parts by means of will and concentration. I suggest you start with your hands. The more you can isolate a particular body part and stop feeling the rest of your body the better.
    2. Feel external objects as if they were a part of your body.
    This is difficult to describe. Imagine that you stick your hand into the object and it becomes your new hand. You should feel the object's shape as it was your own hand's propioception. 
    3. Fully transfer yourself into the object. 
    The goal now is to completely stop feeling located in your body and fully become the object. In order to do this, concentrate harder and longer in order to isolate the objects perceptions just like you did with your own hand in Step 1.
    Keep in mind that there are many levels to this skill. Even after you get to Step 3.
    The main benefit of this practice is that it will make your consciousness much more flexible and fluid, by experiencing non-human consciousness. Which is important for magical practices.
    Hope it's useful, all love.
     

  3. How do I find business opportunities?
    How do I find business opportunities?
    @dflores321 Look all around you. Everywhere you look things could be better designed, improved, or made more efficient. Survival problems lurk everywhere. All you have to do is find one good solution to a survival problem and you're in business.
    You need to develop the mind of an entrepreneur who is constantly looking at how the world can be improved.
    Every time I buy a product I look at it and see ways it could have been made better. When you start looking at the world like this you will soon have more business ideas than years left in your life.
    Just an example to inspire you:
    One time I was eating a rotisserie chicken. I noticed how its crispy wings were the tastiest part. They were perfectly crunchy, unlike any chicken wings I've had before. I wanted more! So I wondered, why doesn't somebody just sell rotisserie chicken wings? They'd be a huge hit! So I got the idea of starting a chicken wings fast-food chain that only sells crispy rotisserie chicken wings and various dipping sauces. Then I started researching how to launch a fast food restaurant. I even bought a couple of books on it.
    That was like 8 years ago. But it was an idea outside my zone of genius so I let it go. To this day I feel that if someone started a simple rotisserie chicken wing fast food chain it would become the next Chipotle. You would make a billion dollars with that one idea.
    P.S. If you make a billion dollars with this idea, please send me a check for 10%

  4. Leo's soup upgraded to the max
    Leo's soup upgraded to the max
    Introduction
    So I've been eating Leo soup for more than a year as of now and I've tried at least 20 different variations of it and today I wish to introduce a very solid version I am happy with. Just go to Newest recipe to skip all the fluff.
    Old soup drawbacks
    Basically lots about it was unefficient :
    Vegetables take a lot of space so the soup wasn't nutrient dense enough and you would get hungrier faster or you wouldn't have enough soup to last a whole week. The flavour wasn't homogenous => you either had salty spiced water and then cooked vegetables + It relied heavily on you having a nice broth which isn't easy to come by. You had to chew => can get very time consuming if you have to chew a lot (yes, I'm ALL about efficiency) since you're chewing big portions of soup. You had to spend a lot of time cutting vegetables. This was solved easily by blending all the ingredients together but more about that in the cooking process.
    Some other points :
    It was best to use vegetables in the soup that you were not eating for dinner for instance as to get enough variety. Way too much salt : while himalayan salt may be good for you, there is quite enough salt in your broth already and it's best to avoid salt when possible because you have more than enough of it most of the time. It's best to add things that otherwise are annoying to cook and can have nice benefits when consummed daily.  
    Newest soup recipe
    Ingredients :
     4 large or 5 medium sized tomatoes 1/2 kg of carrots ( or 10 medium sized carrots) a full celery 4 red paprika peppers and 1 yellow paprika paper Medium sized cauliflower from 80 to 110 gr of red/coral lentils 200 gr of spinach (I yet need to add more like 500 gr to see how well it blend in but it doesn't seem to change the taste even so it's a nice bonus) Spices :
    One large cup of olive oil 3-4 teaspoons of curcuma 3-4 teaspons of white pepper 2-3 teaspoons of garlic powder  Lemon juice from three huge lemons Two cubes of organic broth ( mine is without palm oil) (!) Don't use fucking Knorr for this it's full of chemicals ! + Avoid any excess sugar in it too ! Preparation :
    Wash all of your vegetables Cut your peppers and carrots and put them in the cooking pot with some water and as soon as they soften => blend them using something like on the left of the image, it allows you to blend everything in the cooking pot itself ! Add all the other ingredients in w/e order (cut them to allow them to blend perfectly) and blend the shit out of them until the whole soup becomes homogenous. Bring it to a boil and let it simmer on a low/medium heat for 30 minutes Profit.
     
    Points of attention :
    Do not add too much lentils because they release way more of themselves (lol) since they are blended => you need to keep this liquid and not mushy. This is a soup. Too little is better than too much in this case ! You can easily add some bay leaves after you finished blending and then removing them once you're done cooking => don't have to go finishing for them thinking about not eating one like in the old soup You will need to cut some vegetables, like the cauliflower in very small pieces so it blends easier. Fore other vegetables, like the tomatoes, just cutting them in half is totaly fine. If you feel like the oil tends to stay on top => blend some more ! If you can, use only organic produce and spices + organic cold pressed olive oil. This soup is 100 % vegan/vegetarian. In europe, the average cost of a daily portion of this soup for lunch would cost you arround 3 euros to make. Other suggestions/future upgrades :
    I'll think maybe about adding something like reishi mushrooms or other spices or maybe even velvet beans. I'm against using any other type of oil aside from coconut if you like the flavour. I'm against beetroot because it has too much sugar, broccoli because it doesn't seem to fit in as well while blended (ideally, you would have like 2-3 rotation of amazing soup recipes optimized for your needs) and greeen beans since they don't blend in quite well. I'm against using coconut milk because either you have to waste a lot of time making it OR it adds more chemicals while the soup is almost 100 % clean and cheap. I'm against using sweet potatoes, rice, etc as you can just eat them on the side for dinner and I feel it's best to keep this as organic as possible without any carbs ! Get the carbs elsewhere.  
    Cheers ! Suggestions/tips/idea appreciated !