In the kitchen this week…

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On Monday, Thom and I baked this delicious vanilla cake…

On Tuesday Paul made a video on the nourishing nettle infusions we have been drinking… (you get to have a glimpse of the kitchen, where it all happened :)

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On Wednesday morning, I decanted some of the miso I made two years ago, to give a jar to my friend Barbara for her birthday. It tastes incredibly good!

This morning I made the most incredible porridge I have ever made, using what’s happened in the kitchen this week: oatmeal soaked overnight in miso soup and nettle infusion! I added some amazake, some tahini and some rice syrup and it was the best porridge I have ever had, I had it after my nettle infusion, it was glorious!

On Connecting with the Heart…

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As some of you, dear readers, may already know, I have spent some time over the last few years exploring the extremely profound experience one has when connecting with the heart. Heart to Heart communication can take many forms such as telepathy, animal communication but also art, poetry or music. It requires us to be open, to be still and to listen. This openness means taking the shield down and foregoing shame, shyness and any kind of worry about what other people may think. And of course, being observant. This heart-felt way of connecting with other beings requires courage and open mindedness and the willingness to listen. It’s a path for the warriors, the bold ones who are willing to embrace new ideas and ways of thinking.

Connecting with Nature with our hearts is, I believe, what would ultimately heal our society.

If only everyone were to spend 5 minutes a day just paying attention to Nature around them and allowing the healing to take place…

Just noticing what direction the wind is blowing, or the subtle transformation of the trees every day, or noticing and listening to the bird song filling the air, connecting with a dog or a cat, lying on the grass to watch the clouds passing by or admire the beautiful artwork of a spider spinning her web…

Or just walking barefoot on the earth, acknowledging the animals you meet and the natural world around you, even if it’s just a small garden or a park…

Taking the time to whisper something in the ears of the animals who live with or around you…

Just 5 minutes everyday, spent connecting with the natural world with an open heart, taking it in and letting it go through you… Try it and tell me how you feel :)

This video tells you how it works, and I hope that it will make you reflect on the power of connection through the Heart with other earthlings (plants included).

Noemie.

The Wild Yogi’s Wisdom

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Today I’ve been working on a few images for Nyishar, my husband’s company. I really enjoy creating images using quotes to carry a message across, and I’m really pleased with the result :)