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November Hacks for a Blissful Month:

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The month of November invites us to explore our best options for the future, as well as definitively release that which is no longer working in our lives. This process will revolve largely around our relationships, as number 11 represents the interplay between our own higher consciousness, and the thoughts, motives, and agendas of others.

The number 11 of November represents the themes of integrity, excellence, spiritual vision, and the alignment of our Soul with our life’s work.

Here are some tips for the current month:


Consider incorporating the following foods into your diet:

Root foods : like sweet potatoes, onions, beets, garlic, russet potatoes, radishes, and carrots. Having low blood sugar and a spaced-out brain chemistry will not get you where you need to go. It also creates a vulnerability in your electro-magnetic field, and this cannot be allowed. Keep with you a little zip-lock bag of trail mix or some other protein-based snack.


The essence of Crab Apple helps to clear you from obsessive thoughts of imperfection, or a sense of feeling either unclean or just not right. The essence of Centaury helps you to overcome feelings of being weak-willed and subservient to others. It helps to break the pattern of denying your own needs.

MUSIC This month You will very likely have moments where your mind strolls down Memory Lane and reminisces about the good ol’ days.

😂 Let out a good ol' belly laugh!

MANTRA You know me, always chanting those mantras! This version is a stunner, celebrated for sparking prosperity and paving the way for creativity!


Frigid temperatures are more consistent, causing constriction of blood vessels in the extremities and surface of the skin. This time of year is when the sap stops running in the trees, exactly the opposite of the spring season when maple syrup is harvested. The blood, like the sap of trees, becomes pushed into the core.

This translates into a loss of blood flow to the skin and muscles, making muscles tense, skin dry, and hands and feet cold. On the other hand, more blood in the core means increased blood flow to the stomach, leading to a stronger appetite.November is a time of year when your body is anxious to continue building up an insulating layer of warming fat tissue under your skin. For many, dieting during this time of year could create serious immune deficiency, causing you to catch a cold. Instead, enjoy the satisfaction and strength of a few extra pounds.

This buffer will protect your body from the onslaught of winter. Your body's need for fat increases your appetite for fat and lessens your desire for vigorous exercise.

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INGREDIENTS ½ tsp black salt 6 whole carrot ¼ tsp cayenne pepper 1 C chick pea ¼ cinnamon ½ cloves ½ cumin ¼ fenugreek ½ ginger dried 1 tsp olive oil 2 whole tomato ⅓ c yellow onion PREPARATION 1. Ground all spices and mix with a small amount of water to form a paste. 2. Chop tomato & crush, keeping the liquid. 3. Sautee finely sliced onion in oil. As onion begins to brown, add spices and stir. 4. Sautee for 15 seconds, then add crushed tomato, chickpeas, carrots, and cover with water. 5. Bring to a boil. Lower heat and simmer until carrots are tender. More recipes here for november !

I hope your November is full of fantastic opportunities and memorable experiences! Gabriela Ana Holistic Health Coach

References : 1) Nam Hari / independent study course in the science of Numerology. 2) John Immel / Founder of Joyful Belly . Drawing on years of research and clinical experience specializing in digestive disorders, John Immel directs the Joyful Belly School of Ayurvedic Diet & Digestion. He is the founder of Joyful Belly, an educational Ayurvedic health care website, and oversees the Joyful Belly Clinic.


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