Flores para un embarazo armonioso.

Seguramente estas pensando que por el hecho de estar embarazada no podes tomar nada, o te dan miedo las terapias alternativas. Pero, quisiera recordarte que la terapia floral no tiene ningún tipo de contraindicaciones, tanto embarazadas como bebes, pueden tener un acompañamiento y que más lindo poder ayudarles y mostrarles que podemos hacer un seguimiento inclusive también para concebir el embarazo.

La terapia floral es un acompañamiento para todos los momentos de la vida y más aún en un momento tan especial como el embarazo de una mujer.

A continuación quisiera darles algunas recomendaciones de cuales son las esencias florales, fórmulas combinadas y perfume áurico para el acompañamiento en un embarazo.

Primero quisiera contarles que las fórmulas combinadas están elaboradas con esencias florales que aportan a la fórmula, su fuerza y su energía, su magia, sus dones y virtudes particulares, sobre una base de elixires de gemas de altisima vibracion , como el cuarzo verde, azul, el citrino, el rosado, el blanco (cristal), el verde, el garante rubí y la amatista.

Así como las esencias florales, las fórmulas combinadas nos acompañan a transitar lo que vinimos a aprender. Trabajan ayudándonos a superar, eso que más nos cuesta, y a integrarlo en nuestro camino de manera positiva.

Solemos tener más de un aprendizaje y de la mano de las fórmulas combinadas, las flores, y los elixires de gemas podemos ir incorporándose, a medida que las necesidades van surgiendo.

También se podria decir que tanto las flores, elixires de gemas, como remedios vibracionales, actúan según el principio de polaridad, despertando en nosotros la virtud opuesta a la falla que deseamos suprimir.

Durante todo el tiempo de su formación en las profundidades de la tierra, las gemas se han ido cargando de determinadas energías.

Las vibraciones de las gemas pueden ser transmitidas a los hombres para reestablecer un equilibrio energético en su sistema, para ayudarlos a elevar sus vibraciones y para que puedan ampliar su conciencia.

Los elixires de gemas son preparados vibracionales, que elaborados del mismo modo que las esencias florales, nos armonizan y equilibran, física, mental, y emocionalmente.

Elixires de Gemas.

_FORMULA COMBINADA MADRE NUTRICIA.

_ Catalizador de energía lunares.

_Fortalece y sana a la Madre Interna.

_Trabaja la relación con la madre y con los hijos, la relación con la comida y lo que nutre.

_Ayuda a las mamás embarzadas a conectar con su bebe.

_Sana las emociones que yacen detrás de los temas de alimentación.

_Permite descubrir y reconocer nuestro mecanismo emocional.

_Pone luz sobre nuestro modo habitual de reaccionar.

_Ayuda a limpiar, elaborar, integrar, sanar y transformar lo negativo de estas energías, mientras van emergiendo sus talentos.

_ Para temas de alimentación y conductas compulsivas en relación con la comida.

_ Para la diabetes (que aparece en quienes en su búsqueda de dulzura, generan azúcar en sangre) ayuda a regular y mantener estables, índices de glucemia. Se puede complementar con el perfume Luna.

_ Para el síndrome premenstrual y los cambios de humor femeninos producidos por los temas hormonales.

_ Ayuda a salir a la vida con el abrazo de Maria y con la fuerza del amor, pudiendo respirar y actuar en calma.

Formula Madre Nutricia y perfume aurico Luna.

La esencia floral del Jacaranda ayuda con la conexión de la mamá con el bebe por encarnar.

Flor del jacaranda.

También la esencia floral de la Rosa Blanca es un gran acompañamiento a partir del primer momento que te enteras que vas a ser mamá, para el parto, y moldea los corazones de los bebes que están por nacer. Esta esencia tiene la vibración de Maria.

Rosa Blanca.

La Azucena Rosa se puede usar para regularizar los órganos femeninos y poder quedar embarazada, ya que sana y limpia los órganos femeninos, como temas de ovarios, utero, regulariza temas del periodo menstrual y también moldea los cuerpos etéricos de los bebes por nacer.

Azucena Rosa.

La esencia del Floripondio Amarillo también ayuda a la conexión entre la mamá y el bebe .

Floripondio Amarillo.

La esencia Floral de Catalpa sirve para las migranas que en el embarazo pueden ser bastante molestas.

Catalpa.

Para las nauseas se puede tomar Madre Nutricia junto con la rosa blanca y la esencia del ciruelo, que aplaca, tranquiliza y serena.

Estas serían algunas de las opciones para acompañar uno de los momentos mas hermosos que una mujer puede vivir. Varían depende las necesidades de cada mujer.

Para cualquier consultas, preguntas o dudas, pueden escribirme un DM en mi IG @milagritos_floweressences.

IG milagritos_floweressences.

Espero pronto poder informarlos con la diversidad de las flores para diferentes condiciones y momentos de la vida y que puedan ir descubriendo el poder sanador de la Terapia Floral. Recuerden que las Flores acompañan según las necesidades de cada uno, por eso es importante un encuentro para poder detectar las correctas para cada persona.

Los saluda con mucho cariño, Gisella Gaudini.

Muchas flores para todos!

Our Special Guest: Darling Nikki

  • Tell us a little about yourself……..

My name is Nikki. I’m 46 years old, single mum of Liam (22), Ocea (15) and Isobel (14). I have a deep connection with the ocean which I live near. I love to dance, be creative and throw fabulous parties. I love crafting and arts and am an avid gardener. 

  • How do you describe your perfect day?

Sleep in, have to take a moment to clear energies through visualization, say positive affirmations. Spend the morning swimming, sunbaking reading books, then spend my afternoon cooking creating, gardening, sipping an evening cocktail and hanging out with my family and friends.

  • When did you realize you had this special gift?

I’ve always been a very vivid dreamer and had awareness of other worldly energies. It really began when my mum taught my friends and I how to do a Ouija board. This then went on to my girlfriends and I exploring contact with spirits. I started predicting events that would happen with us that came true. This had me searching for more understanding and knowledge around the psychic / medium abilities and magic/witchcraft and crystals. 

  • Can you remember your first ‘visit’?

My first memory of the visit was at 16/17 years old and there being a predominate spirit that would visit, my friends and I when channeling spirits. I remember seeing him clearly (it’s like when you see people in your dreams)

  • What generally happens when the spirits want to talk to you? Do you see spirits? How do they communicate with you?

Over 30 years of working as a medium, I have learned to control the way spirits contact me. I have allocated a place of work where I am open to communicating with spirits. I see clients and connect to their higher self and bring though the spirit who wish to communicate with them. I see their spirit guides, past over loved ones, angels, ancestors & elementals. I believe I do this by tuning into the frequency and vibrations of the spirit energies. I am a clairvoyant, clairaudient, claircognizant and clairsentience.  

  • What has been the most unusual thing that has happened?

I guess I’m always excited and blown away when things, messages or details come through from loved ones that are so detailed and specific that mean so much to the client and there’s no way I could know these details any other way than communicating with the spirits.  

  • Do the spirits come to you without calling them to share messages with their loved ones that are still alive? No, this doesn’t happen now. Yes, once upon a time this would happen but now as I’m doing up to 50 readings a week I really do tune out and close down my abilities to hear spirits. I’ve made a clear deal with my higher self on how and when I will do this work.   

Where has been the most haunting place for you? The Blue Mountains here in Australia!! Hands down it is so haunted, also Mangrove Mountains in certain areas I’ve found to have high spirit activity.  

Which 3 spirits would you invite to a cocktail party? Prince, David Bowie and my Nana

What do you see for 2021? We can become more conscious and awakened. 2021 represents our beginning journey into the age of Aquarius and a new revolution of love.

Where and how can people contact you? I can be contacted though The Chameleon New Age Salon Facebook and Instagram page. My Facebook page is Nikki Astarya Psychic Medium

A little history:

Nikki and Alessa have been friends for 41 years….no, that’s not a typo…they met in kindergarten at the ripe young age of 5 years old. If anyone could share stories of a younger Alessa it would be Nikki! With Alessa traveling and Nikki moving states they have not seen each other for about 20 years. With any luck they will reconnect in the next few year to see each other face to face with cocktails in hand in the afternoon, which seems to be both their favorite thing to do…….cheers!

Cute Succulent in Coffee Cup

I’ve seen this cute succulent gardens in all types of containers lately. One day while looking through some boxes I had in storage, I found one coffee cup that did not match with any of the other coffee cups in the box, so I decided to create this little succulent garden and gift it to someone I love.

Looking online I found this webpage (Succulents & Sunshine) that has very useful information. Not only it gives you tips on arranging succulents in various containers, it also teaches you how to take care of the arrangements afterwards (hint: how much you water it is super important!). And it has plenty of videos and a succulent for beginners course. Other great websites to take a look at are The Spruce, Succulent City and Crafty Chica.

Things you’ll need: Cute container (I used a coffee cup, but you can use any cute container you’ll like. For those who love thrift stores, I’m sure you can find many vintage containers at an affordable price). Assorted succulents (I already had the succulents, I’m trying to save them, so they are sorta like a rescue succulent arrangement). Cactus/succulent soil (make sure you use a well draining soil with large particles). A drill (this is optional. I didn’t drill my coffee cup. However, if I had, I need to make sure a drill safe for ceramic is used). A watering container with a sprout for watering afterwards (a measuring container that everyone already has at home is great for watering succulents, plus you can measure the how much water you’re putting in the arrangement. Other great options are a squeeze bottle or a pipette). Again go check out Succulents and Sunshine IG page and webpage, I love it!

Arrangement steps: Add a little of soil to the bottom of container. Add succulents. Add more soil around, making sure you are covering the roots (get your hands dirty). Water and voila! 🙂 xoxo Elisa

Revivify

I am featuring an esthetician this month who is close to my heart. 

Her name is Courtney and she is a fabulous skin expert. She works at a company in Fort Lauderdale, Revivify and specializes in medical grade skincare.

She is amazing at delivering a relaxing experience with clinical results.

Courtney has been a licensed esthetician for the last 12 years and is OBSESSED with all things skincare. Her treatment room will have you feeling so good. From start to finish, the knowledge, expertise, and professionalism is felt. 

She offers incredible custom facials that are designed to give you the GLOW you want. She also offers the Hydrafacial system with boosters and the Keravive system for hair growth.

One of her favorite procedures is to rejuvenate the skin and scalp with PRP (platelet enriched plasma) though microneedling with the SkinPen.The SkinPen is an FDA approved device that provides treatment with little downtime. It is a perfect treatment for patients with a busy schedule.

Natural Recovery: SkinPen’s mechanical process is versatile and usable year-round.

Safe for all Skin Types: Clinically proven effective on all skin types, Fitzpatrick 1 – 6 (classifies the different skin types and shades).

Safe and Sound: The First FDA-cleared microneedling device on the market

Comfortable: A light numbing cream may be used to minimize discomfort

Revivify offers so many services including IV therapy, hormone replacement, injectables, and incredible medical facial services. 

They are open from 9am-6pm Monday-Friday and 11am-3pm on Saturdays.

SKIN TIPS:

  • Sleep on a clean pillowcase post procedure and change 2 times a week
  • wipe phone down with alcohol daily or use a UV sanitizer
  • Wash daily twice a day
  • exfoliate 2 times a week
  • find a good esthetician who can guide you on a custom journey for fabulous skin
  • pro treatments once a month
  • Anti Aging Gold standard= Vitamin C in the AM and Retinoic acid in PM
  • Current favorites are Skin Better Alto and Alpha Ret
  • Elta MD- broadspectrum sunscreen UVA and UVB protection

All the best,

T

Joshua Tree in Four Days

I had no business planning a trip this past October. Travel was kind of frowned upon, and I was kind of scared actually. Deep down in the pits of my soul, I knew I had to put myself in a new environment. Work was intense (but was lucky to have a job) and home – work – home – work was not good for my creative and mental state.

We had an accommodation credit in Joshua Tree (we had to cancel a massive West Coast road trip that we had planned in the summer) and we were not sure we could fit this trip in next year. We additionally used flight credit to get us there (yep, from the cancelled summer trip and the Spring trip we cancelled to Mexico – damn you Covid 19).

Joshua Tree has been calling me for years, though I am not sure why. I learned when people asked me where I was going, that JT was not as well known as I thought it was. It is an American national park in southeastern California, east of Los Angeles and San Bernardino, near Palm Springs. It is named for the Joshua trees native to the Mojave Desert. We opted to fly into Las Vegas, and rented a car. I love Vegas, I have some very good friends there so it made sense for us to take this route. We planned a 6 day trip (2 days travel) – and yes, that was such a short time for the length of travel, but like I said my soul was speaking to me loud and clear!!

My go to website and app is Roadtrippers. Their site is super user friendly. You type where you start and end your trip, and it shows not only the route but everything in-between like attractions, where to eat, nature spots, accommodation and more.

First stop was Seven Magic Mountains – absolutely worth stopping by. This artwork has been said to be taken down some time in 2021 – so get your asses there before it goes.

Renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone’s colorful large-scale, public artwork Seven Magic Mountains is an exhibition located in the desert outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring seven, 30 to 35-feet high day glow totems comprised of painted, locally-sourced boulders. Visible across the desert landscape along Interstate 15, Seven Magic Mountains offers a creative critique of the simulacra of destinations like Las Vegas. According to Rondinone, the location is physically and symbolically mid-way between the natural and the artificial: the natural is expressed by the mountain ranges, desert, and Jean Dry Lake backdrop, and the artificial is expressed by the highway and the constant flow of traffic between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

Along the way

We definitely took a couple of wrong turns, lol. We were in no rush other than to get to Cholla Cactus Garden by sunset – that was a must for me. With a couple of stops to stretch our legs we stumble across this interesting collection of blown out shoes at Shoe Fence, Rice. Rice is a little ghost town on Route 62, south tip of The Mojave Desert.

Cholla Cactus Garden

You can find the Cholla Cactus Garden on the Pinto Basin Road. This area is dominated by the famous jumping Cholla Cactus, also known as the Teddy Bear Cholla. There is a nice ¼ mile loop hike through the middle of this beautiful cactus garden and they really seem to light up around sunset. Just a word of caution, avoid sandals and stay on the trail. Do not attempt to touch or rub up against them! They easily attach to you and are very unpleasant to remove – yes, I walked backwards into one and Eddie had to pull the spikes out of my butt cheeks lol. Why was I walking backwards off the trail you ask? Because I wanted to get “THE” photo! Lucky I wasn’t on the edge of the cliff!! We arrived about an hour before sunset, and boy were we in for a treat. It was beautiful, the reds in the sky was deep and intense. Once the sun set, the full moon rose above the hill and bats flew above us. This was Halloween night, it was perfect.

Our Accommodation

We stayed at a converted water tower. I think because of it being Halloween, all the campsites were full at the parks. Again, we had the credit so we used it. It was interesting. We slept well, but the space in the water tower was not so comfortable. The bathroom situation was a little shocking – even for a seasoned backpacker (yes, me). It was in the low 40’s, so it was cold, cold to be outside. But when the shower and the portaloo is outside in the 40’s it was not ideal. The shower temperature was hot and perfect but the shower stall had only 3 walls, what happened to the door? I don’t know why there wasn’t one, I had Eddie be my body guard. Then once you dried up you had to walk on the sand back, there was no walk way. I don’t know, it was expensive to stay and I’m not sure I’d be back there but overall – the Tower was immaculate, cool interior design and had a fun rooftop. With that said and my complaint out of the way; we had a lovely night by the fire pit (you can see in the photo inserted) eating Chinese, drinking red wine and listening to the neighbors playing Talking Heads. It was literally perfect.

The Hikes

We chose a few of the mini hikes for the few days we were there. Arch Rock, Cap Rock, Skull Rock, 49 Palms and Split Rock. I can’t even begin to describe this area – ok, a lot of rocks but gigantic rocks. Big gigantic rocks that some how have another massive rock on top as if someone put a cherry on top to decorate it. This area took my breath away – this is where my soul started singing. I didn’t want to leave.

Cool StuffCrochet Museum and Art Queen Complex

Just a short walk from the Joshua Tree Visitor Center you have little to no excuse not to visit the World Famous Crochet Museum. Take some time browsing the strange, adorable, and extensive collection of crochet creatures, along with the Art Queen Installations and Art and Clothing Gallery located at 61855 Highway 62 in Joshua Tree, California.

On the way home

I love an interesting road trip and the the drive back on Route 66 back to Vegas did not disappoint. There were ghost towns, an inactive volcano with lava matter all over and my favorite – the Mojave Desert. I love the beach and the mountains but the Desert has my heart. I will be back dear desert.

This maybe my favorite photo of the trip – I don’t know though there were many for me : )

See you soon,

A

Did someone say Bacon?

Okay so I know what you’re thinking, and your right I usually don’t blog about food well I have never blogged about food. But after learning that today is National Bacon Day I had to share my candied bacon recipe with you. This candied bacon is sure to be a hit on game night, movie night, or if you’re enjoying an ice cold beer or Martini at home!

What you’ll need:

1 pkg. of extra thick cut peppered bacon
1/4 cup of brown sugar 
3 tbsp. of maple syrup 
You will need a wired rack and a baking sheet. Please trust me and use foil to line the backing sheet . This makes cleanup much easier .  
Mix brown sugar and maple syrup together. Place bacon on the wired rack and coat the bacon with the brown sugar mixture. Cool at 425• for about 8 min ten flip the bacon over and repeat the process, place bacon back into oven for 10-12 min or until crisp. Remove bacon from the wire rack and allow to cool ! Bacon should be delicious and crisp! 

HAPPY NATIONAL BACON DAY BABES!!

29 -Dia de Ñoquis.

La costumbre Argentina se remonta al siglo VIII en la región del nordeste de Italia de Veneto. Según cuenta la leyenda, cuando el joven y mártir San Pantaleón pasaba sus días predicando y curando enfermos en esa localidad, todo vestido con andrajos, un dia 29 tocó a la puerta de una familia de pescadores que lo invitó a comer y le pusieron en la mesa un plato de ñoquis. Como forma de agradecimiento en ese acto de amabilidad, en un año muy bueno para la pesca, el santo les pronosticó una notable mejoría en la actividad en los próximos meses. Cuentan además que cuando el joven se fue, la familia encontró debajo del plato vacío monedas de oro, con las que inauguraron esa temporada de prosperidad, por las que la familia de la región, adoptaron esta fecha para degustar esta pasta.

Los ñoquis suelen ser uno de los platos tradicionales de la Argentina, tradicionalmente los días 29 pero los domingos también suelen juntarse en familia a la hora del almuerzo y la nona suele hacer ñoquis

La tradición de poner dinero debajo del plato, como símbolo de buenos deseos, simboliza el deseo de nuevas dádivas. Es costumbre dejar un billete o moneda debajo del plato para poder atraer de esta forma suerte y prosperidad al comensal.

La tradición llega a la Argentina específicamente al río de la plata, durante la oleada de la migración italiana a américa en el siglo XIX y que hasta hoy se mantiene vigente, mes con mes , en toda la Argentina..

RECETA ÑOQUIS.

1kg de papas

800 gr de harina 0000

queso rallado parmesano a gusto

3 cucharadas de aceite

1 huevo

sal y pimienta a gusto

PREPARACION DE LA MASA.

  1. Poner a hervir las papas y hacer el pure
  2. Una vez listo el pure dejar a enfriar, poner las 3 cucharadas, condimentar cn sal y pimienta a gusto
  3. Agregar el huevo y el queso rallado y mezclar un poco
  4. Hacer un hueco al medio del pure y agregar 700gr de harina aproximadamente
  5. Luego unir (no amasar) solo unir, y despues hacer tiritas, cortarlas y dar forma con ñoquera o tenedor
  6. Los restantes 100gr de harina es para terminar de unir la masa y para espolvorear los ñoquis terminados y que no se peguen

Que vivan los ñoquis! 🙂 Gisella.

Santa Would Love One

Not sure how I obtained a subscription to Southern Living Magazine, I have been getting it in the mail at least for the last 6 months. I have to say, I have enjoyed flicking though, turning the glossy pages, reading the good articles BUT best of all – the fabulous recipes!

I stumbled on this recipe in the November issue, initially as a sauce to go with Thanksgiving dinner. As soon as I tasted it I knew I was going to not eat it – I was going to drink it!!

I’m not sure if I’m allowed to copy and share their recipe (I’ll wait to see if they tell me to take it down) so write it down while you can!! I made a batch of this to make my cocktail of the month.

Spicy Citrus-Cranberry Relish

  • 4 cups frozen cranberries ( I used fresh)
  • 3/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 jalapeno (it says to take out seeds, I keep them – I like the heat)
  • 1/4 cup flat leaf parsley
  • 2 tbsp fresh orange
  • 1 tsp grated lime zest

Process all ingredients in a food processor until mixture is chopped and sugar has devolved, about 30 seconds. Transfer to a bowl. Cover and chill at least 4 hours. Store covered in refrigerator for up to a week.

Now for the cocktail recipe……..

Santa’s Helper

In a tall glass: Half fill with ice, add 2 tablespoons of the cranberry relish, fill the rest of the glass with ice

In a shaker:

Shake, pour over ice and top with Club Soda. Garnish with a lime wheel. Serve with a stirring stick or straw. Yummo.

Drink responsibly : )

Holiday gift guide – support local!

This year has been quite a rollercoaster. But, I always like to say there’s a positive side to every challenge life throws your way. A couple of years ago Alessa, Ana, and Gisella had an idea to do something together as they were enjoying a pleasent afternoon at a cafe. This idea took some time to materialize since they were all busy with work and everyday life. Later they met Tasha who also loved the idea and joined the team. I was the last to be added to the group, not sure if it was hearing about the idea for so long or Alessa’s persuasiveness to convince me to be part of it … and here we are!

Let’s start with the BRE Ladies (BRE as in Bondi Road Everyday of course!).

One of the things we wanted to accomplish with this blog is to support other women with their goals, dreams, and businesses. That’s why we love to feature a guest of the month. As the holiday season is fast approaching, I would like to reintroduce these amazing ladies and their holiday gifts for those special people in your life.

Alessa is so creative and a multitasker. We are always telling her that she definitely has way more hours in a day that most of us. So, here are a few things she currently has for sale. DM her at AlessaDel on Instagram for more information.

Make sure to follow Ana’s Hello Petals on Instagram and contact her for all your holiday flowers, and of course for all the special events (right now small, but in hope that soon we will be able to celebrate big events again).

Gisella has been concentrating on the flower’s healing powers, which she recently shared here on the blog, stay tuned for her business coming soon! In the meantime she has prepared this awesome gift for the holidays. Please contact her through DM at Gi Gaudini IG page for more details.

And now our amazing featured guests …

Melissa is almost booked up for the holidays, so make sure you schedule your appointment with her soon at Mely’s Nail Studio. I’m ready with my red hot Christmas nails!

Who doesn’t love cookies for the holidays! Maita has delicious Holiday Chewy Gift Sets on the Cookies by ME website.

Megan is making handmade mini boho macrame and macrame backdrops, wall hangers, plant hangers, dreamcatchers, and many more gifts. Take a look at 9 Lives Designs Shop Section.

Pronoia 11:11 Skincare is offering great kits for the holidays such as The Goddess Vibes, The Fancy Fanny, and Secret Santa. Check out Pronoia’s webpage for these and other holiday gift ideas.

And don’t forget to get Gold Milk from Ayurvita and skin care from Vilot for you and your friends, so we can all start the new year beautiful and healthy!

I want to thank all the ladies that have participated in the blog this year. Stay tuned for even more great articles and guest in 2021. Wishing everyone a beautiful holiday season. And don’t forget to support your local shops and restaurants.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! … xoxo Elisa