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9 Smoothies To Open Your Chakras

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9 Smoothies To Open Your Chakras

Awaken Your Spiritual Gifts With These Delicious Recipes From Doreen Virtue And Robert Reeves
Doreen Virtue
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Jan 05, 2016 at 02:30 PM

We've created healing smoothies that focus on each of the seven major chakras, plus the ear and hand chakras. These spiritual smoothies are simple to make and taste great! As you enjoy them, the energies from the different ingredients will help awaken your intuitive gifts.

These smoothies are mostly fruit based, as fresh fruit has such a high vibration. You can certainly include more vegetable components; just be aware that doing so will change both the taste and color. We adore green smoothies and would happily encourage you to add kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, chard, and other leafy greens to any of these recipes.

Trust your personal intuition with these psychic smoothies, and feel free to adjust quantities or ingredients to better suit you. It doesn’t matter if you remove an ingredient or add a new one; the important thing is to ensure you’re enjoying these highly nourishing and uplifting drinks!

Simply put all the ingredients into your blender at once and blend. If your blender has variable speeds, begin with a slow setting for a few seconds, then increase to high. Allow everything to blend for around one minute to give you a smooth-textured drink. If you’re finding that the result is not as smooth as you’d like, you may want to look into purchasing a more powerful machine.

10 saffron threads (soak in ¼ cup boiling water for 10 minutes)
¼ cup raw macadamia nuts
¼ cup raw sunflower seeds (hulled)
1 banana
1 pear (core removed)
3 cups organic apple juice

1 cup blueberries
1 tbsp. acai powder (soak in ¼ cup filtered, non-fluoridated water for 10 minutes)
1 cup pineapple
3 cups coconut water

Seeds from 1 pomegranate
½ cup grapes
2 cups organic apple juice

1 cup cooled thyme tea (see next chapter for more information on teas)
2 cups Cashew Mylk (recipe on page 90)
¼ cup blueberries

2 cups kale (stems removed)
1 tsp. spirulina
1 cup sliced cucumber
1 stalk celery
4 cups organic apple juice

½ lemon with skin
1 cup pineapple
½ cup mango
3 cups coconut water

1 orange
1-inch piece of turmeric
½ cup cantaloupe
½ cup papaya
1 carrot
2 cups water

1 cup strawberries
½ cup raspberries
¼ cup fresh beets (skin removed)
½ cup watermelon
4 cups coconut water

1-inch piece of fresh ginger
2 sprigs fresh mint
½ cup mango
1 cup kale
3 cups coconut water

Nourishing Additions to Your Smoothies

To give your smoothies an extra layer of nutrition and decadence, a couple of teaspoons of organic nut butter adds a delicious richness. Where possible, use raw nut butters, but the occasional roasted nut butter is a tasty treat.

Use our nut mylks from the previous chapter as nourishing bases for your smoothie recipes in place of apple juice, coconut water, or water. You’ll get all the wonderful healing qualities, as well as great flavor! You can also just add a small handful of nuts to your smoothie, and provided that your blender is strong enough, it will pulverize them into liquid.

Think of these juices and smoothies as your medicine. This is your supplement, your multivitamin—the drink through which you will receive the elixir of life. And if you want to enrich your diet with additional vitamins and minerals, the Appendix lists both the physical and spiritual properties of common nutritional supplements.

As you enjoy vibrant nutrition, your energy will be uplifted. Your intuition will switch back on because the vibration of nature, as a beneficial side effect, takes your life to a higher level. Learn more about foods and beverages that will boost your natural intuitive abilities in Nutrition for Intuition by Doreen Virtue and Robert Reeves. For a limited time we are giving away two  incredible bonus gifts if you purchase the book here.

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Doreen Virtue
Doreen Virtue Doreen Virtue graduated from Chapman University with two degrees in counseling psychology. A former psychotherapist, Doreen now gives online workshops on topics rela Continue reading