Know The Divine

heavenly-inspired3“As above, so below; as below so above.” — The Kybalion.

The beauty and mysteries of what we see and don’t see above are the same as here below and vice versa. The saying, “there’s nothing new under the sun” comes to mind. There is a harmony, agreement and correspondence between the physical, mental and spiritual planes and this principle of universal application and manifestation, the Principle of Correspondence, is an Universal Law.

So take a few moments each day to meditate and reflect upon this knowledge to open up what otherwise would remain unknown and you will see the sameness of all that exists and will see and know the Divine.

Gluten Free And Almost Sugar Free Snickerdoodles



Sugary, sweet, and slightly spicy, who doesn’t love a good snickerdoodle?

These delectable cinnamon sugar goodies have been around for over a century, when they were especially popular in New England and Pennsylvania. The exact origin of these light and crispy cookies is not quite known, although some sources, such as The Joy of Cooking cookbook say they are German in origin. They state that the word “snickerdoodle” may have come from the German word “schneckennudein”, their name for a similar cookie. Others say they are Dutch in origin. No matter where they were first made, bakers everywhere love these cookies for the ease in which they can be put together with few ingredients already in their kitchens.

Unfortunately, snickerdoodles, traditionally made with white flour and sugar, are not the healthiest treat around. And since most of us can’t eat just one, they aren’t necessarily something you want to eat everyday. Until now.

With our carrot cake mix, you can whip up a batch of sweet and spicy snickerdoodles that are healthy and delicious. And because our carrot cake mix is gluten free, this makes a great treat for anyone with a gluten intolerance or wheat allergy. These are high in protein and fiber, but you’d never know to eat one!

Making them is super easy, and with our carrot cake mix, you only need a few extra ingredients, shown here.ingredients-for-gluten-free-snickerdoodles-1024x726

Gluten Free Snickerdoodle Cookies Recipe

Yield: 24 cookies

For the cookies

  • Carrot Cake Mix
  • 1/2 cup pastured butter, at room temperature
  • 1 tsp. organic vanilla
  • 1 pastured egg
  • 1/4 tsp. cream of tartar

For rolling cookies


  1. In mixing bowl, combine the softened butter, egg and vanilla. Blend well with mixer until well combined.
  2. Add the Carrot Cake Mix and cream of tartar, blending until all the ingredients are thoroughly mixed.
  3. Scrape the beaters to remove all the dough, then cover bowl with plastic wrap or a lid and chill one hour or longer.
  4. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. In a small shallow dish, combine the Coconut Sugar and cinnamon, stirring with a fork to break up any lumps in the coconut sugar.
  5. Scoop out heaping teaspoons of dough, and roll dough into balls about 1 inch across.
  6. Roll each ball lightly in the coconut sugar/cinnamon mixture. Place each cookie ball on a cookie sheet 2 inches apart.  (NOTE: If you’d like flatter/crispier cookies, lay a sheet of parchment over the cookie dough balls and press each one down slightly with your fingers – making sure to keeping them about 1/4 inch thick. You may also bake without pressing down for a more domed-shaped cookie).
  7. Transfer to oven and bake cookies about 14-16 minutes, until they’re light golden brown and are just barely crisp to the touch.
  8. Remove cookies from oven and let cool 20 minutes before serving. (They won’t hold together if you eat them too soon so allow to cool completely before attempting to eat them, as they’ll fall apart. If you can’t wait to taste one, you’ll find that they are just as delicious either way!!) . Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 3 days.

Nutrition Information (Per Serving)

120 calories, 11 g fat, 3  g saturated fat, 5 g monounsaturated fat, 3 g polyunsaturated fat, 4 g carbohydrate, 1 g sugar, 2 g fiber, 3 g protein, 19  mg cholesterol, 233 mg sodium

Almost Sugar Free Chocolate Frosting Shots



If you’ve been to your favorite cupcake shop recently, you may have stumbled on a new trend in the bakery world: Frosting shots.

What is a frosting shot?  It’s exactly what it sounds like. A shot glass filled with the same thick and creamy frosting used to ice cakes and cupcakes, minus the cake part.

Healthy Frosting Shots: Chock Full of Antioxidants, Healthy Fats (And Sugar Free!)

The good news is that we’ve given the traditional frosting shot a healthy makeover – and we promise it is still as sweet and creamy as your favorite bakery shot.

Here’s the difference: Our frosting shots are made with heart healthy coconut milk, grass fed butter, and our luxurious chocolate ganache – which is sugar free and full of rich chocolate flavor from sustainable, non-dutched, organic cocoa powder.

These simple ingredients will turn out frosting shots that have just one gram of sugar per serving, but still have that creamy texture and sweet flavor you love.

The best part is that these frosting shots aren’t just “not bad for you”, but that they actually pack a powerful nutritional punch!

First, they’re rich in medium chain triglycerides (MCTS) – thanks to the coconut milk. These healthy fats are burned by the liver for energy – not stored as fat. Studies show that eating a diet rich in MCTs can boost metabolism, improve blood sugar balance, benefit heart disease and even protect against fatty liver.

Next, these sweet indulgent shots are packed with antioxidant-rich organic cocoa. Antioxidants protect against the cellular damage that leads to physical aging and can turn healthy cells cancerous. And because we use ONLY organic cocoa that has not been “alkalized” (a chemical process that reduces cocoa’s antioxidant value by half!) you can rest assured that you’re getting the most antioxidant bang per delicious, chocolaty frosting shot!

Oh, and did I mention – they are ridiculously simple to make!  The next time you’re having a party, you can whip these up in 10 minutes. How’s that for an easy, elegant and healthy treat your guests will love!

We start with some simple ingredients: 2 packets Wellness Bakeries Chocolate Ganache, 1/2 cup canned coconut milk (we like Native Forest Original since it’s BPA free),  a teaspoon of pure vanilla extract, and 8 ounces softened grass fed salted butter (such as Kerrygold or Organic Valley Pasture Butter)


First, add the coconut milk, vanilla, and ganache packets to a saucepan over medium low heat. Stir until the ganache is dissolved. Let cool slightly.

Next transfer the cooled mixture to a mixer bowl, and add the butter. Beat on high speed for about 2 minutes, until it’s fluffy.

If you can’t wait to taste it, grab a spoon and have at it.  Otherwise, pipe into shot glasses, and serve with dessert spoons.

Oh, and get creative! Try adding a teaspoon of mint extract for Mint Chocolate Frosting Shots…a teaspoon of coconut extract for German Chocolate Frosting Shots… or an ounce of bourbon for slightly boozy “Happy Hour” Frosting Shots.


Almost Sugar-Free Chocolate Frosting Shots

Yield: 16 frosting shots (1 oz. each)



  1. Add the coconut milk, vanilla and ganache to a saucepan over medium-low heat.
  2. Stir to combine, and continue to stir until all granules have dissolved. Let cool slightly.
  3. Using a mixer, mix the butter and chocolate on high speed for 2 minutes until fully combined and fluffy.
  4. Pipe into shot glasses using a frosting piper.

Nutrition Information (Per Serving)

150 calories, 16 g fat, 10  g saturated fat,3 g monounsaturated fat, 1 g polyunsaturated fat, 3 g carbohydrate, 1 g sugar, 0 g fiber, 2 g protein, 36 mg cholesterol, 95 mg sodium

Let Your Little Light Shine





“If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you.” – Jesus (As written in the Gospel Of Thomas)




The Light and Love of God is within you.
If you bring forth the light and love within, it will transform you.
If you do not become one with the light and love of God within you but instead turn to darker emotions then that negativity will become an anathema to the Christ within.
So…let your little light shine!

3 out of 4 doctors say they would prescribe medical marijuana to patients if they could

by: J. D. Heyes –

New York City Mayor Michael “Nanny” Bloomberg thinks medical marijuana is a hoax, but as far as I know he’s never been to medical school, which is obvious based on the results of a new survey that found more than three-quarters of physicians would prescribe it to their patients if they could.

The results of the study, which were published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine, found that 76 percent of physicians polled would prescribe pot to patients who were experiencing pain from cancer.

According to the Journal, a non-scientific survey held in “Clinical Decisions, an interactive feature in which experts discuss a controversial topic and readers vote and post comments,” received 1,466 votes from 56 states and provinces in the U.S. and the Americas, as well as 72 countries.

Participants were presented with the case of a 68-year-old woman named Marilyn who had been experiencing symptoms from metastatic breast cancer. Forum participants were asked to vote on whether physicians should prescribe medical marijuana to help her ease her symptoms. They were also given a pair of opinion pieces that were written for doctors arguing for and against the use of medical marijuana.


B vitamins slow progression of Alzheimer’s: Study

by: David Gutierrez –

Large daily doses of B vitamins may protect vulnerable populations from the brain shrinkage and memory loss associated with Alzheimer’s disease, according to a study conducted by researchers from Oxford University and published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences in May.

The new findings came from a reanalysis of data originally collected in 2010 from 271 older adults suffering from mild cognitive impairment, a form of memory loss considered a potential precursor to Alzheimer’s disease. Although the brain naturally shrinks as we get older (about 0.5 percent per year), in people with mild cognitive impairment this shrinkage takes place twice as fast as usual. In Alzheimer’s patients, shrinkage takes place four times as fast as usual.



“A doctor wants to test a relic of Lincoln’s  assassination — a fragment of a pillowcase stained with his blood and brain matter — to solve a medical mystery, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.”

Apparently,  cardiologist John Sotos, a rare-disease buff, wants to test the DNA left on Lincoln’s pillowcase to see if Lincoln was dieing of a rare form of cancer before he was shot.  The testing can damage the relic and the family has requested that we just let Lincoln RIP. Do you think we should honor their request or should we test the relic? CLICK HERE to voice your opinion and to read more about this.

Me? I think we should just let a great man’s personal life alone, let what we already know be enough and spend more time testing DNA of those who are alive with rare diseases to see if we can figure these diseases out to cure and wipe them out!