Monthly Archives: March 2018

Bean and Oat Smoothies

My new favorite things are blended beans and raw oat milk. Oat milk is really creamy and has a natural mild sweetness to it. For baking, I keep a supply of oat flour, which I make by putting old fashioned … Continue reading

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Whole Wheat & Oat Carrot Cake

Here is what I made today and am letting cool before I test it. It’s a healthier version of carrot cake I created, using the following replacements: * Whole wheat flour and oat flour instead of refined white flour * … Continue reading

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The Whittenberg Sessions on Bandcamp

Listen to my first album (2002) The Whittenberg Sessions, and others, for free on Bandcamp! https://cassendrexavier.bandcamp.com/album/the-whittenberg-sessions

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Life Can Be Beautiful!

In the eyes of Spirit, life is not meant to be a “race against” time or a competition to be better than others or even yourself. Life can be a meditative “walk with” yourself, with Spirit, and with continued practice, … Continue reading

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Survivor’s Corner – Living with PTSD – Healing and Change are Always Possible

by Cassendre Xavier [Submitted to Wisdom Magazine’s webzine, to which I submit months in advance, and have contributed monthly since May 2009. I will put my article archives link at the end of this article!] For some reason, even though … Continue reading

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Bipolar/PTSD Chronicles: Finding the Good

Sometimes I like to look for the positive aspects of my bipolar and PTSD. Hypomania has some real blessings and joys in it, such as the energy to get through depression and being in lover with life enough to withstand … Continue reading

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Survivor’s Corner & Bipolar/PTSD Chronicles: Not Strong Enough for Atheism

I wish I were strong enough to be an atheist, but the truth is i would have been gone long ago, if I hadn’t been reared fundamentalist christian. As much as I believe threatening children with gorily described hell was … Continue reading

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