First week of December 2010
FYI: Here's a copy of the notes enclosed in the first week's soup delivery:
Enjoy your soup this week:
Shitake Mung Bean Brown Rice
with Chinese root veggie
An Asian fusion of powerful ingredients to strengthen, balance and harmonize all systems.
Mung bean broth has been my answer to the comfort and restorative powers of my childhood chicken soup. The added mushrooms add texture interest and healing properties acclaimed by our macrobiotic friends.
Along with the ingredients in the title, there is a
bit of cumin seeds, tumeric, coriander, Hungarian paprika (honoring the Mama and Grandmama) dry ginger, garlic, olive oil, leeks and shallots.
The chanting ingredients include:
Namkar Mantra – bringing in the light energy of
all those who have walked the path of self-realization from all traditions in all times.
(I always begin centering/clearing myself with this one)
Chanting: Thank You
Singing: I Am Sending You Light
Chanting: The Forgiveness Prayer: Kamiya Kamaviya
Final chant while pouring and sealing:
Let the whole universe be blessed
May everyone be concerned with one another's
May all the faults, weakness, suffering evaporate and vanish
May everyone, everywhere be healthy, happy, peaceful and blissful.
Beautiful Soup! Who cares for fish, game or any other dish?
Who would not give all else for two pennysworth only of beautiful soup? Lewis Carroll
Bon Appetito! L'Chaim! In Joy!! Namaste!
Your singing soup-maker,
Many Species...One Planet...One Future~I See You ~ Namaste ~
Yours in Wellness, Gratitude, Vitality and Reverence for All Life,
Suzen Sharda Segall
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