Opening to Channel: How to Connect with Your Guide by Sanaya RomanPeople come to me for advice. They think I give great advice. I say...theyre right :-) But...sometimes someone comes to me with a problem that I dont feel I can help with, and just as Im about to say Im sorry, I dont know how to advise you about that, I open my mouth and what actually comes flying out is AMAZING, PHENOMENAL advice beyond what I felt I could deliver. While the words are coming out, I get a knowing about this problem and I can see it from different angles. And I get a confidence that what Im giving is very sound advice. After the conversation is over, Im left thinking What the....? Where did all that come from??. Ive learned that this is a form of channeling. My guide speaks to others through me sometimes.
Ive always thought channeling was when someone goes into a trance and invokes some otherworldly being to jump into their body and take over, and then they start speaking in a voice thats dramatically different than their usual voice, and when its over the person wakes up and has no memory of what they said or did. This seemed pretty extreme to me and its not something I would have ever volunteered to do with my own body. Ive learned that this is called trance channeling and its only 1 form of channeling. The way I channel is pretty much the opposite of what I imagined channeling to be. Im fully conscious, aware, and in control of my body and everything I say and do, although I dont always know what Im going to say before it comes out.
Before I read this book, channeling for me was just something that happened that I didnt know was even happening. This book gave a name to what I experience sometimes, and I learned about the process, how to control it, and different ways to use it. I have no plans to become one of the channels who gives readings for others, but now at least I know that I have this ability, and I know how to use it to get answers to my own questions and help with my own life. Great book...
Learn How to Make Natural Soap For Face and Body
Oils, butters, essential oils, botanicals, and of course lye. The series continues with an introduction to the equipment you need and soap making safety, a few basic recipes, how to formulate your own recipes, and finally a piece showing how to make handmade soap. Through trial and error, a lot of time spent scouring the internet and books, and quite a few unsuccessful batches, I now have a successful process and a great range of products. Most of my soap is now destined for shops around the Isle of Man and for direct sale. Some of it is used at home in the bath, kitchen, and even laundry. I now love sharing tips on how to make natural soap and created this series to show you how too.
There are plenty of reasons to make your own soap. It's less wasteful when it comes to the plastic and paper-packaged stuff you buy at the store. And as oppose to commercially produced soap, you can make it with natural ingredients and fragrances that are better for your skin and better for the planet. Plus, you'll save money in the long term and a batch will last you for months. The recipe below uses coconut oil and olive oil as a base. We've used coffee grounds and oat bran in this batch, which act as a natural scrub and also impart a lovely fragrance.
Comprised only with organic ingredients like coconut oil and palm oil, organic soaps are a great way to naturally soften and heal your skin. While you can easily purchase organic soaps, with just a little bit of prep work to acquire the necessary tools and ingredients, you can learn to make your own organic soap at home. The process takes patience and even a bit of experimenting to get the proportions of additive ingredients right. Learning and mastering the basics of soap making will allow you to branch out into creating other unique, organic varieties. Not exactly!
Equipment and ingredients
Learn how to make soap from veteran soap maker, Debra Maslowski. The first batch turned out great, then the next, but the next after that was a dismal failure. So what did I do wrong?
Hello, Wonderful. Are you looking for some easy homemade soap recipes? We've collected a ton of clever tutorials that will teach beginners how to make homemade soap bars and bath products. Before you get started, take a moment to familiarize yourself with the most common methods of soapmaking. Some of these processes are easier than others. Knowing how each one works will help you decide which tutorials you want to tackle. Tweak and Tinker.