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Angel Archive #7: Sacred Grains

 

Sacred grains are a necessity for all light wave humans. Wheat is an inflammatory substance. Wheat causes the cells to inhale water and grow to be plump. The plump figure is almost normal today for many humans who consume too much wheat. Wheat is a poison how it is raised and processed in today’s society. Ancient grains on the other hand are useful to the heart and mind.

 

Wheat Problem

 

One major problem is that a short grain wheat strain was chosen for most farmers that is more productive but low in protein and high in sugars. Hypoglycemia is almost a norm for humans now as a result who eat more than they should due to dropping blood sugar levels. The high sugars of wheat cause a low sugar reaction and starvation symptom of humanity. Out of starvation, most eat far more than is needed; and in light wave motion to an extreme the obesity of the body is a sure sign of death ahead. Swelling is a sign that you are eating too much wheat. Eliminate the wheat and you will slim down to normal proportions ahead. Choose for other grains when needed and you will feed the body what you need and not a poison of humanity.

 

Stevia as a Sugar Substitute

 

Ancient grains are best for all star seeds to consume. Ancient grains are higher in protein and have the right sugars for the mind. The mind needs some sugars to stay straight through time. Simple sugars such as glucose are a complex topic for the mind and body in light wave motion. Simple sugars cause the heart to race and the pancreas to over produce insulin. The cells then eat too much simple sugar and over heat the body leading to diseases through time. Stevia is the best substitute for sugar as it is a mind bend not. Fructose from fruit and not a powder is also helpful to the mind every day. Fructose as a powder causes parallel problems as glucose to the heart and cells.

 

Some ingenious health food companies are making their way to chocolate or other candies that are stevia based. If you cannot find a candy of this stature, foster a chai tea with stevia and soy milk and see if this settles your adroit need to satisfy yourself in the sweet taste buds of you.

 

Junk Food

 

(NOTE: Asur’Ana abstains from wines and all alcoholic drinks. This section is written at the Archangels’ request.)

 

If the mind is bent and you need “junk food not” then think about red wine. Red wine is very helpful to the sugars of the mind. It is a fermented food that aids digestion. The blood thrives on red wine. Have a glass and do not worry about it as the alcohol vaporizes in the blood in extreme light. White wine and rose are also sometimes useful to the brain function of you so muscle test what is best. Wine detoxifies the pancreas, supports the liver, aids the spleen, and nurtures the mind.

 

Eat rice sparingly as too much of it can cause hypoglycemia. If you need crackers, choose for lentil based baked goods instead. If you are in need of chips, have tortilla (corn) chips with black beans instead. High protein is the focus for all that you choose to eat as an ancient grain. Sometimes you crave salt. In so doing, the bean corn chips and salsa taste good. If it tastes good this is okay, but make sure to muscle test what is right. With the tortilla chips, make some guacamole (avocado dip) and enjoy this too as a kind resource of fat that compliments the chips, beans and salsa. Black beans and chips lead to a whole protein that feeds the mind.

 

Snacks

 

If you need snacks, make a platter of veggies of cucumbers, small red peppers, carrots, olives, pickled asparagus and small gourmet tomatoes and place next to an amazing dip. The dip can be tofu based as a resource of protein. If you have some bean chips or lentil crackers or lentil chips with this, then there is enough protein to foster the mind. Too many carbohydrates are not useful to the mind unless there is enough protein. Be inventive but be truthful for a need for low carbohydrate and high protein and high raw or fermented veggies and all will be well with your light wave health ahead.

 

Digestive Enzymes

 

Ancient grains when prepared are better if protein is included in the preparation too. A digestive enzyme may be better to be taken after if fermentation occurs. If fermentation occurs, your gut is not digesting and this leads to gas. If the gas is not contained you will be bloated in the belly the next day. If the gas continues in too many meals, you have a case of blood rot ahead. So, use your enzymes regularly with whatever you eat and be better in your health in the long haul. There are good enzymes and not so good ones.

 

Make sure your enzymes include all enzymes to digest proteins, fats and carbohydrates including HCL (hydrochloric acid). Hydrochloric acid is the base acid that begins digestion and without enough you can become flatulent. The following recipes are favored for your digestion along with your palette of taste sensation of delight from the Archangels’ archives of light wave mind food for this cycle.

 

Light Wave Ancient Grains     

 

Ancient grains are a fostering of a seed that was more greatly produced in another time period upon Earth. Generally, there are three grains only to be considered ancient. One is quinoa that was raised by the Anasazi in the southwest. There was also polenta which was raised as corn also by the Anasazi. There is also amaranth which was raised by the South Americans in another light wave society. All three of these grains are very useful to the body, mind and spirit and serve in extreme light. All others really do not and so avoid them even when you dine out.

 

Amaranth Salad

 

1 Cup Amaranth Grain

1 Cup Kale Stock (Recipe in Angel Archive #3)

1 Cup Filtered Water

12 Gourmet Cherry Tomatoes Halved

9 Small Red, Yellow and Purple Peppers Sliced in Rounds

2 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce

½ Cup Avocado Oil or Olive Oil

Arugula

 

Steam the amaranth in the kale stock and water until cooked (about 30 minutes). Strain and place in a mixing bowl. Add the vegetables along with vinegar, soy sauce and avocado oil. Toss and serve warm on a bed of arugula.

 

Chipotle Tofu Pasta

 

1 Carton Organic Tofu

1 Box Quinoa Spiral Pasta

1 Bunch Organic Spinach

15 Organic Cherry Tomatoes

 

Chipotle Mayo:

½ Cup Organic Plain Soy Milk

½ Cup Avocado Oil or Olive Oil

3 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce

1 Tablespoon Chipotle Powder

 

Cube the tofu. Blend the Mayo in a hand blender. In a mixing bowl, mix the mayo and tofu and set aside. Add the quinoa pasta to a stock pot of boiling water and cook for 10 minutes or until tender. Strain the pasta and set aside. In a large mixing bowl, place the spinach at the bottom. Add the warm pasta and allow the spinach to wilt for 5 minutes until tender. Add the tomatoes and tofu mayo; mix and toss. Serve and enjoy. : )

 

Greek Pasta

 

1 Package Organic Tofu

1 Box Penne Quinoa Pasta

14 Greek Olives (without seeds and sliced)

12 Organic Cherry Tomatoes

1 Bunch Organic Spinach

 

Mayo:            

½ Cup Soy Milk

½ Cup Avocado Oil or Olive Oil

1 Tablespoon Dijon Mustard

2 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

2 Stalks Fresh Rosemary Shredded

 

Cut the tofu into cubes and set aside. Blend the mayo ingredients and toss together with the cubed tofu in a mixing bowl. Cook the pasta in filtered water boiling for 10 minutes. Strain and set aside. Place the spinach, olives and sliced cherry tomatoes at the bottom of a large mixing bowl. Add the pasta to steam the spinach until tender for 5 minutes. Add the tofu mayo mix, toss and serve.

 

Coconut Shiitake Quinoa

 

1 Cup Organic Quinoa Grain

1 Cup Kale Stock

1 Cup Filtered Water

15 Fresh Shiitake Mushrooms

1 Can Whole Coconut Milk

2 Slices Fresh Ginger Chopped

2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce

1 Bunch Fresh Basil Chopped

3 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

Spinach

 

Place the quinoa grain in the kale stock in an ovenproof glass cookware. Set aside for 4 hours until the quinoa sprouts (foam will form on the top of the liquid). Sprouted quinoa has double the protein. Cut up the basil and ginger and set aside. Add the filtered water, ginger, coconut milk, soy sauce, basil and rice vinegar to the quinoa mix and whisk together. Add the quinoa mix to a glass oven proof baking dish and top with the shiitake mushrooms. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until firm. Serve on a bed of fresh spinach.

 

Green Lentil Lasagna

 

1 Box Organic Green Lentil Lasagna Noodles (Explore Cuisine)

2 Medium Organic Yellow or Green Zucchini

1 Organic Red Pepper

1 Carton Organic Tofu

2 Cans Organic Tomato Sauce

1 Bunch Basil

1 Can Whole Coconut Milk

4 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

1 Tablespoon Chipotle Chili Powder

Organic Soy Parmesan Cheese (Optional)

Filtered Water

 

Asur’Ana uses the brand “Explore Cuisine” lasagna noodles where no boiling is needed.

 

Slice the zucchini into slim rounds. Slice the red pepper into slivers. Slice the tofu into thin slices.

 

Add ¼ cup filtered water to a glass lasagna oven proof baking dish. Place 3 uncooked lasagna noodles at the base of the dish. Sprinkle some more filtered water on top of the uncooked noodles. Top with the tofu slices, zucchini slices and red pepper slices. Add another layer of lasagna noodles; sprinkle some more filtered water on top of the uncooked noodles. Top with more zucchini, peppers and tofu. Foster another layer of noodles; sprinkle some more filtered water on top of the uncooked noodles. Top with zucchini and peppers along with tofu.

 

Blend the tomato sauce, basil, coconut milk, rice vinegar, and chili powder in a blender until smooth. Pour over the noodles. Sprinkle the soy parmesan cheese on top; this is optional as Asur’Ana skips the vegan cheese and the lasagna still tastes great! Bake covered with a glass top for 45 minutes to 1 hour at 400 degrees, until tender.

 

Polenta with Coconut Milk

 

1 Cup Polenta

1 Cup Kale Stock (Recipe in Angel Archive #3)

2 Cups Filtered Water

1 Can Whole Coconut Milk

1 Can Organic Tomato Sauce

1 Bunch Fresh Organic Spinach

1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce

2 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

 

Place the polenta, kale stock and water in a stock pot. Heat to a boil and simmer for 30 minutes on low stirring every five minutes until creamy. Blend the coconut milk, tomato sauce, soy sauce and rice vinegar in a hand blender. Place the spinach at the bottom of a large mixing bowl. Top the spinach with the cooked polenta and steam for 5 minutes. Warm the tomato coconut sauce in a sauce pan until hot. Add the tomato-coconut sauce to the polenta and spinach. Toss until tender and serve.

 

Avocado Dip

 

1 Package Organic Tofu

4 Ripe Organic Avocados

1 Can Organic Tomatoes

2 Tablespoons Chipotle Chili Powder

4 Tablespoons Rice Vinegar

2 Tablespoons Soy Sauce

Organic Red Leaf Lettuce

1 English Cucumber, Sliced

12 Small Organic Red, Yellow and/or Orange Sweet Peppers (Sliced)

1 Box Lentil Crackers

1 Bag Blue Corn Tortilla Chips

 

Cube the tofu and place in a food processor. Cut and dice the avocado and add to the food processor along with the canned tomatoes, chipotle powder, rice vinegar and soy sauce. Puree until smooth. Serve alongside the lentil crackers, blue tortilla chips, slices of cucumber, red pepper and organic red leaf lettuce leaves to roll the dip within.

 

Berry Crisp

 

1 Cup Organic Strawberries, Sliced

½ Cup Organic Fresh Blueberries

½ Cup Organic Fresh Raspberries

½ Cup Raspberry Wine (Optional for those who abstain from alcohol)

½ Cup Coconut Flakes

 

Topping:      

1 Can Organic Whole Coconut Milk

½ Cup Coconut Flakes

 

In an oven proof glass baking dish add the sliced strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. Add the raspberry wine. Sprinkle with the coconut flakes and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Whisk together the coconut milk and coconut flakes and serve on top of the crisp while still warm.

 

Chocolate Coconut Cake

 

2 ½ Cups Quinoa Flour

1 ½ Cups Soy Milk

¼ Cup Puréed Tofu

½ Tablespoon Baking Powder

1 Teaspoon Salt

½ Teaspoon Stevia

½ Cup Organic Cocoa Powder

½ Cup Dried Coconut Flakes

½ Cup Craisins

 

Topping:       

1 Can Whole Coconut Milk

¼ Cup Craisins

¼ Cup Dried Coconut Flakes

 

In a large mixing bowl, whisk together the quinoa flour, soy milk, tofu, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, and stevia until smooth. Hand mix in the dried coconut flakes and craisins into the cake batter. Oil the bottom of an oven proof baking bread pan. Add the batter and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes or until firm. Whisk the topping by hand. Slice the cake in ½ inch slices, top with the topping, and enjoy.

 

Apple Crisp with Coconut Sorbet

 

2 Organic Red Apples

1 Organic Green Apple

½ Cup Red Wine (Optional for those who abstain from alcohol)

½ Teaspoon Stevia

1 Cup Coconut Flakes

½ Cup Craisins

2 Tablespoons Pumpkin Pie Spice

 

Sorbet:         

2 Cans Whole Coconut Milk

1 Cup Soda Water (Perrier)

 

In a food processor, puree the coconut milk and soda water. Blend until smooth and place in a plastic container freezing for 1 hour. Cut and slice the red and green apples removing all seeds. In an oven proof glass baking pan, layer the apples evenly. Whisk together the red wine and stevia. In a mixing bowl add the coconut flakes, craisins and pumpkin pie spice and toss. Top the apples first with the red wine and then the coconut craisin mixture. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Serve warm with the sorbet.

 

About Carbohydrates    

 

Carbohydrates are very useful to the mind, if eaten sparingly. A large case of mind bend into anxiety or depression is a sign of a need for an ancient grain dish in the evening. Cooked fruits are also an unusual carbohydrate that can undo extreme mind bend. If you are searching for a useful dessert, then try one of the baked fruit recipes above and see if this satisfies the taste buds and mind alike. Quinoa is a natural healing agent for the liver, spleen, and kidneys. In light, quinoa is higher in protein than any other grain and therefore can be consumed a little more frequently than polenta or amaranth.

 

Ancient grains work well with tofu for added protein. Carbohydrates in the right amount alongside a high protein and raw diet is best for extreme light to retain your health. Often, if the right grains are unavailable when dining out, try having asparagus or arugula at the base of any pasta dish you might enjoy. Hummus is also a carbohydrate in addition to a protein and is useful almost daily if you are craving bread. Try the hummus with a plate of Greek olives and slices of cucumber and tomato as a good bread or pasta replacement on days you should not eat more carbohydrates. Hummus is so popular it is also easy to find on most menus these days.

 

Carbohydrates when eaten when needed foster the forensics of the nerves to be balanced. If you are feeling unstable or dizzy on your feet, it is a sign of a need for more ancient grains. The nerves also need grains to remain stable in the motions of the synapses from the feet to the head. Too many raw vegetables can cause dizziness if there are not some carbohydrates included in the daily diet. Eat what you eat but always remember to muscle test what the body really needs as the taste buds can dominate and lead you astray otherwise.

 

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Copyright

Creational © 2019, Asur’Ana, Aligning With Earth

 

This book has Creational Copyright. This information is offered for Theoretical Exploration only. Please accept only information that you resonate with and that are useful to your spiritual evolution, and let go of the rest.

 

The Ascension Insights series and related books offer information on consensus ascension. This type of ascension involves rising up the dimensions with Earth and as she ascends. These books disseminate information on having a complete ascension with the potential of taking the body with you.

 

The Light Wave series offer information on another type of ascension known as transfusion. Transfusion is an inward focused process where the Consciousness returns Home to the Source, All That Is, or the Tao, through one’s hologram, and the body is left behind in ascension.

         

Disclaimer

Asur’Ana does not dispense medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as a form of treatment for physical, emotional, or medical problems without the advice of a physician, either directly or indirectly. The intent of the author is only to offer information of a general nature to help you in your quest for physical, emotional, mental and spiritual well-being. In the event you use any of the information in this book for yourself, which is your constitutional right, Aligning With Earth assumes no responsibility for your actions.

 

Source

 

Asur’Ana. Light Wave 2: Poetic Prose. Aligning With Earth, 2019. Digital.

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