Manage episode 318826691 series 2516097
Today my love I am not here to motivate you, to inspire you nor to tell you how to live your life.
Today I am here to share with you my journey and the truth of why I became a vegan and why it is non-negotiable for me in my life and for my family.
It really seems when I look back that life keeps showing us the way when we really pay attention.
The breadcrumbs are so obvious when we can pause and look.
It might have all started when I was a little girl and I was hiding from seeing how my family would slaughter pigs that we raise at home to make sausages and different meals.
It might have been encouraged when I was listening to Ralph from Deep Waters who was sharing his story of becoming vegan because of the energy that the animals have inside of the stress and fear.
Or it might have been because my husband showed me several documentaries of how animals are being treated, killed and what it really takes to come to our homes.
I can’t imagine anyone being able to watch these and keep eating meat.
The last drop was when I got the inspired idea of purifying my body and having my vessel to be deeply connected to my intuition and divine before I hosted my first live event Meant for More in Las Vegas in 2019. I deeply wanted to serve women and inspire them so I wanted to do something for my body and soul that I have never done.
So in February 2019 on the first year anniversary with back then my boyfriend (today my beloved husband) we chose to become vegans.
And I have never looked back.
Not only it helped me (along with following the advice of Anthony Williams *medical medium* of celery juice and heavy metal detox smoothie) to heal my adrenal fatigue, insomnia, but also the years of inflammation in my knees.
I am still in a healing state of Hashimoto, YET after incorporating more nature, more fresh fruits and veggies and movement along with ocean and other bodies of water I was able to go from my TSH 11 into TSH 3.6. Which normal numbers are under 4 (A thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) test is a common blood test used to evaluate how well the thyroid gland is working. The thyroid gland is located at the lower front of the neck. TSH is produced by the pituitary, a pea-sized gland located at the base of the brain.)
Also, my antibodies that signaled that I am experiencing Hashimoto went from crazy high numbers of 110 into 10 in just a month and a half of being in Tulum, Mexico.
I am not here to preach to you. I am here to share with you who I am being and how I am leaving my legacy.
What is the Universe nudging you to evolve into?