Sunday, February 12, 2012
i mentioned a few weeks ago that i would keep you updated on my progress since working with meg, my health coach. things are so so good. if, like me, you get stuck in your own resistance, talking and working with an objective guide may just be your ticket to radiance. the advice and non-judgmental support is positively slaying me over here. and by slaying, i mean opening, seeing, accepting, growing, writing and telling a new story while loving the story that came before.
one thing i struggle with is getting enough greens. greens and other living oxygen-rich whole foods are the foundation of the physical part of this transformation. out of all the luscious green food, i'm focusing on eating greens that i love, which are only a small part of the big green world out there. i'm taking baby steps with spinach, arugula, romaine, avocado and cucumber. sad but true, these are the only green foods i love to taste. eventually i hope to open my heart just a wee bit to kale and (gasp!) broccoli.
the simplest ways for me to get some daily green are salads or to whip up a batch of spinach pesto and eat a few spoonfuls with a cooked egg or on whole grain toast. also i have launched my new radiant self on to the juicing bandwagon. it's amazing how multiple handfuls of spinach leaves don't taste anything like spinach when pulverized with some grapefruit, cucumber, pear, mint and ginger. it's liquid sunshine i tell you. my skin, my tummy and my tastebuds are singing like a hallelujah choir lit up by brilliant sunshine streaming in through a giant kaleidoscope of a stained glass window.
i've lost weight too. but here's the thing: this matters to me but not that much. i think i'm feeling vitality for the first time in my life. this is what matters. living a pure and energized organic life. i'm not nearly there yet, but i can see the road ahead. it's a beautiful shade of brilliant green.
green day juice
makes about 32 ounces
in the juicer (organic if you can):
four or five handfuls of baby spinach
one inch ginger
one sprig mint