My Chakra Tea Results

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. I have been so busy…so excuse the ramble that will follow. I have been wearing myself out with finally setting up a permanent booth as I can no longer handle the load/unload each weekend…yes my back & body forced me to make the move as well as other things…been an “oi vay” few weeks.

I do have many health issues and so I need to be careful about over-doing it. Well, I decided that perhaps I needed to give my Chakra tea a try. I had wanted to try it with my first test batch but I sold out before I could give it a try myself. I thought I’d share my Day 1 (yesterday) results with you.

I was surprised by the results & how much I could accomplish yesterday after drinking it. I wasn’t that shocked at getting a headache after drinking the first cup (yes, went for the 3rd eye & spirit area first as I knew it was my most blocked) but it did lessen and figure it won’t be as bad when I do it again today.

Yes, I plan to drink the full box…and even have the internal debate going about getting just some of the specific blends now in on top of the assortment pack as I’m sure I’d drink certain chakra’s more than the others.

BB! Wishing you all much love and luck on your paths. With a raised mug–Liza M.

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Tai Chi – Simple Movements that do so much

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. I have had major pain issues the past week due to over-activity and severe weather changes that causes my various disorders to act up.

Often there are times where my herbal supplements, meditation, and other techniques are not as effective and this is where I tap into others I have not shared with you yet.

Many years ago, during my time as an Asian Linguist, I was exposed to Tai Chi, the art of simple movements. It is not an intense exercise but you do feel it the next day, it would surprise many as it does during the first time they take a Beginner’s Yoga class at how sore you can be from stretching.

Tai Chi is a form of martial arts that is quite beautiful but low impact. The “dance” can teach you defensive techniques but I found the ability to focus through this movement mediation as very helpful on days of pain or when I have an overactive worry-filled mind.

Some movements I do are not traditional but things I have modified to affect the various troublesome muscle areas in my body but due to the low impact it can be used by almost anyone. I did pull a Harvard Research study and quoted their documented results but there are many studies out there from the Mayo Clinic & more if you wish to research for yourself.

Don’t feel silly if you decide to try it, it is easier than Yoga to do and I find it a great way to start out on learning stretching techniques as well as a way to tap and rejuvenate your own body energy as you focus and calm the mind.

Find you way to manage your body, mind & spirit.

BB! With a raised coffee mug. –Liza M.

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You all have Unique Beauty

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. I have noticed a great deal of hesitation with my patrons at my in-person sales on whether or not to purchase something based upon how they might be “seen” by others. Your style is your own, if someone doesn’t understand why you chose a symbol, you can choose to explain it to them or choose to realize that it’s about how that symbol is viewed by “you” and no one else.

The ability to locate items that are your style or has meaning for you is what is important, not what others around you may think of it. Nature creates many things that are similar but different and it’s that unique difference that gives it such beauty. The same is true for us…we are each unique and may be similar in some ways but it’s in how we are different, whether our point of view, our style, our expressions or something else that give us our own beauty.

Many of the items in the beginning I chose for the store are to assist me in my own paths to overall Wellness but many of them now are from things you’ve told me YOU need to enhance your journey in life.

I do listen and as many of my customers can attest, I do try to locate what you desire, what you need, and will get it for you if I can. I know part of my path is this desire to assist others on theirs. I like the personal touch and my long term plan includes this personal touch, that’s why the number of items I have are not in the large quantities, I like the ability to be able to stock what you desire and not just what might sell “quickly”. You may not realize but as you ask, or tell me your story, it leads me in directions or to things I had not considered and I feel blessed for that.

Your opinion does count, what you need to assist your quality of life is paramount. Please try to enjoy your journey and realize that taking time for yourself is just as important as what you give to others.

BB! With a raised coffee mug. –Liza M.

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Triple Moon – Eternal Cycle Symbol

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. This past weekend someone asked me the meaning behind the triple moon. For years I had a necklace of the triple moon in a different style than the boxes & wind chime but the reason I wore it was as a reminder to myself to encompass all those traits in this time not just when I reached that phase of my life nor to forget what came before.

The triple moon has many meanings but overall it is a symbol of the phases of a woman’s life. The journey from maiden, to mother, to crone and the traits we use or gain during those periods of that phase of life.

Per Ancient Symbols, they provided a longer meaning I like, it is:

“The waxing moon stands for the Maiden and symbolizes purity, youth, new life, beginnings, rejuvenation, excitement, enchantment and expansion. The full moon represents the Mother and represents fulfillment, fertility, ripeness, potency, compassion, giving, caring, nurturing, protection and power. The waxing moon represents the Crone and stands for repose, maturity, wisdom, experience, knowledge, understanding, completion, death and rebirth.”

Whether you choose to view it as a symbol of the Goddess, a Reminder as I do, or in another fashion; I like the idea of being able to bless a home inside and out with such symbols to allow it to be a haven to yourself and others upon seeing and entering.

BB! With a raised coffee mug. –Liza M.

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Wander…Inspire….Imagine

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. I have so much to do this week but I realized I hadn’t posted anything to y’all in a while. I miss being able to find the time to do this each day like I did in the beginning.

Things are hopefully going to get better with the store; while sales are not where they need to be yet, I am keeping my fingers (toes, eyes) crossed that they will improve enough where I no longer have to wonder if I can continue to do this full time.

I was pleased to be able to help people the past few weeks as they tried my supplements & teas and the inspiration and grounding from the various jewelry as well as the other items I stock.

Here is to hoping others find their way to me and I can try to help their lives be a bit a better…with less pain, less depression, and full of more hope for the possibilities in the future.

All of us are on various paths all the time, whether we are looking for ways to improve our health, our outlook, our luck, our sense of self & purpose or something else. I only hope that I can help you along the way to whatever you are searching for. Be limitless at the possibilities and tap into your imagination for it may provide you the guidance you need.

BB! Wishing you all much love and luck on your paths. –Liza M.

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My Daily Intake & Thoughts to You

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. I have had a rough few days, what I would call “reminder” days. I have various conditions that cause me daily pain ranging from annoyance to extreme… but I generally manage it quite well…however, every so often my body gives me a “reminder” of just a fraction of how bad it used to be before I found the various natural compounds, treatment tricks, and this is what I have been dealing with this week.

Along with my formulas I sell; acupuncture, acupressure, meditation, aromatherapy, sound & color therapy are all included in my bag of tricks. The only thing “western” style that I take regularly is aspirin as it does thin the blood & help with pain (I used to have raw white willow bark for that but haven’t had that in good supply in years) so for those that didn’t realize how much I use the stuff I sell, here is the breakdown of the daily formulas I take. This does not include the teas & specific essential oils I make into lotions for myself & friends but you can imagine I use all my oils for aromatherapy & the bubble warmers especially play a role in color therapy & mediation (as do the candles, lotus blossoms etc..).

Yes I began this business because of my own health conditions & need for a good supply of items. I also decided to start it to help others find their paths to health and overall wellness by addressing not only their body & mind but also their need for spiritual exploration & personal expression.

BB! Wishing you all much love and luck on your paths. -Liza M.

P.S. Don’t forget to follow on Facebook, I do ask for feedback on possible new items. 

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Insight – Path revealing Doors

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Good Morning all, it’s Liza, the Owner of The Wandering Path. An editor friend of mine, Carole, saw this in the wee hours of the morning and thought of me. I thought I would share it with all of you. I know I actually would choose to walk through many of the doors as depending upon the day and situation as I would prefer some over the others. I hope you enjoy it and it works for you as well.

BB! Back to my tax preparation paper building     (oi vay). –Liza M.

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If you chose Number 1, Your Path is Freeing. You are the type of person who needs a ton of space. You need the freedom to do things your own way. You prefer the path that you carve yourself, especially one with infinite possibilities and routes. You don’t want to feel constrained. You are highly independent and even rebellious, but you don’t like confrontation. You’re more likely to passively resist someone or something. You hate to be rushed, and you prefer to take the time to savor life. You’re too busy enjoying life to draw attention to yourself.

If you chose Number 2, your path is Private. You are the kind of person who prefers to travel alone. You like to observe, think, and sort out whatever is in your head. You prefer a path that’s fit for one. You can see others once you arrive at your destination, but you need your downtime first. You are very original and insightful. You look at the world in a unique way, and others can benefit from your point of view. You are a bit of a loner, but you connect well with people when you take the time. You are very understanding.

If you chose Number 3, Your Path is Colorful. You are a very engaging and engaged person. You love to be a part of the world…you like to experience it all. Your ideal path is filled with color, excitement, and beauty. For you, it’s more about the journey than the destination. You are curious and excited to learn more. You love to start conversations, and you ask lots of questions. You are intellectual and witty. You think of more zingers than you’d ever use, and you keep people laughing.

If you chose Number 4, Your Path is Exciting! You are always moving forward in your life, often into the unknown. You just go for it and deal with the consequences later. Your ideal path is unpredictable and maybe even a little scary. You are drawn to the unknown. You can be a rule breaker, and you’re even somewhat careless. You have been known to act without thinking, but it usually works out for you. You are very spontaneous and a major thrill seeker. You are going to make the most of the time you’ve been given on this planet!

If you chose Number 5, Your Path is Welcoming. You are a peace-seeking, low maintenance person. You are very content, and you don’t like to be bothered. Your ideal path is clear cut and enjoyable. You want to enjoy your trip and to know what you’re getting into. You will often take the easy choice whenever possible. Life is hard enough, and you never want to make it harder on yourself. You are stable and supportive of those around you. You are known for your consistency and down to earth perspective.

If you chose Number 6, Your Path is Quiet. You value solitude in all aspects of your life. You can spend large periods of time alone without feeling lonely. Your ideal path is one that is very still and quiet. You want to absorb everything around you without feeling overwhelmed. You seek meaning in every aspect of life. You live very deliberately – both in action and in thought. You don’t like crowds, but you do like people. You value authentic relationships, and you prefer the depth of one on one interaction.

Thank you to Little Church Mouse for sharing this thought provoking posting. .

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