Dreaming the Dream by Anna Ruiz I’ve walked about until I dreamed this dream in the crystalline perfection of a snowflake, and I found You in the winter of myself, gazing into Your eyes a deep well of infinity I remembered, we have been here before and we will come again. Your tongue will touch [...]
Archive for February, 2010
Each one of us will have a different response to that question, depending on our level of awareness, a sense of our dharma, ideas about enlightenment, spiritual knowledge we’ve acquired, and so on.
But it’s really vital to ask ourselves, and frequently, “What do I really want?”
Some miracles attributed to Shams Tabrizi- the devotee, teacher and intimate friend of mystic poet- Rumi
Seduced by the woman’s beauty, the boy went to the place she had indicated. He sat down on the beach and stared out at the horizon, but he saw only what he always saw: blue sky and ocean. Disappointed, he walked to a nearby fishing village and asked if anyone there knew about an island and a temple.
A balance of 1-2 is ideal because magnesium is very important in calcium absorption but also to maintain a healthy bowel movement. Rich sources are found in unprocessed foods such as whole grains, beans, seaweeds, and chocolate. Did I see a smile there, Chocoholics? Yes, chocolate can be a good source of magnesium as long as it is a healthy choice, such as over 70% cocoa and no hydrogenated fats or high amounts of sugar. However, chocolate is also high in oxalic acid, which hinders calcium absorption. So, is chocolate good for maintaining a healthy magnesium-calcium balance? Let’s say it is a relatively good source; just keep the chocolate intake under control!