Chell: Oh come on, why don’t you try to be good at something for once?
Wheatley: Hmmm…nah. You see, when you try but fail, people think you’re a twit. But if you skip the trying and decide to fail right away, then everyone thinks you got the talent but you’re to cool to waste it on them. It’s like chickens, no one knows if they can really fly or not. That’s what makes them cool!
Chell: So that’s your life plan, huh? Be a massive chicken?
Wheatley: Yes! And cackle at the eagles when they crash and burn!!!!!
After two weeks of going Snow Crazy (has anyone in Boston coined that term yet?) I decided I couldn’t let the weather keep getting in the way. Historic almost-eight-feet-of-snow-in-three-weeks record or not, I’ve got stuff to do. So classic me, I overbooked myself and now have zero free time. So I’m back on that five ingredient grind, starting with this very green spaghetti.
2 servings whole wheat spaghetti
4 cups spinach
2 garlic cloves
1.5 cups peas (I used frozen)
2 tablespoons olive oil
Bring a pot of water to a boil, and cook pasta according to package directions.
Meanwhile, mince the garlic and add to a stove pan with 1 tablespoon olive oil. Cook for one minute over medium heat.
Add the spinach, stirring until it begins to wilt. This should only take a few minutes. Add peas and continue stirring for another minute, then remove from heat.
Drain pasta, then add to stove pan with the spinach and peas. Stir over low heat, until evenly combined, and serve.
Note: Pasta can be replaces with any gluten-free variety.
Do you have any posts on becoming more spiritually sensitive? Like strengthening natural empathic/clairsentient traits.
FAQ: How can I become more spiritually sensitive?
The best way I know to rapidly increase spiritual sensitivity is to practice scrying. If you want to bulldoze magical abilities, practice intensely for about an hour a day. This is not safe or healthy and could really burn you out but whoo boy will you get some visions! More safe and healthy is to practice intensely for about 10 minutes a day. I’ve done both, I recommend 10 as more than enough to “get you there” quickly and without danger of burning out.
Basically, any energetic, spiritual, or empathetic exercise out there will help in some way. Energy balls, tarot readings, astral travel, spirit communication, whatever you like - all this will help you. Just dedicating time to practice is in my opinion the #1 trait or attribute that gets anyone to success. And I’m not talking a regimen of hours of study - just 10 minutes a day :)
FAQ: How can I scry?
Scrying has two definitions that I use:
1. It is the arte of having visions when you release your vision to a focus object such as a mirror, bowl of water, wood grains, etc. 2. It is the arte of reading the random patterns that appear in liquids.
I am talking about the first definition!
As with all forms of divination, only scry in a properly warded and secured area.
Take an object or textured surface that you can quickly lose your gaze in. What does your eye like to rest on when you zone out and lose your gaze in something? My eye likes bright, sparkly things. Candlelight on water works well for me. Other options are mirrors, plants, mosaics, tapestries, wood grains, etc.
Become relaxed by bringing close your spirit friends, putting on music and incense, etc. Get yourself in to that “magical mood”. Gaze at the object or surface you have chosen. Experiment with different sources of light such as candles, lamps, etc.
Ask a question - nothing too hard! Something you are passionate about, perhaps. “How will my business idea go if I really try it?”
And allow your gaze to be caught up, and allow your mind to relax, and allow the visions to come - your imagination just seems to leap to life and play out daydreams, without any direction or control from you. They flow, smooth as a stream. You interpret them.
[8/5/17, 2:59:48 PM] grain tear: can u imagine when they’re older [8/5/17, 3:00:00 PM] grain tear: they have husb ands engraved in their wedding rings [8/5/17, 3:00:13 PM] grain tear: instead of boyf riends on their backpacks
california navel oranges
2 packs of greenwise chicken breast
greenwise spring mix salad
2 boxes of barilla whole grain penne
15 grain bread
2 cans of greenwise black beans
texas toast croutons
greenwise tomato basil pasta sauce
organic girls caesar dressing
im just saying but the whole story seems so doubtful why would wonho’s mom approach 2 random girls to expose her son’s “”real”” last name ???? and wouldnt knetz have said smth abt this since they’re like . rly into the Real Deetz like i’ve only ever seen international fans talk abt wonho’s last name ….
Generic cake recipe to serve on any of the Sabbats.
3 teaspoons honey
1/3 cup shortening
½ cup brown sugar
¼ cup apple sauce
1 tablespoon white wine
1 ½ cups whole grain flour
1 ½ cups oatmeal
¼ teaspoon baking soda
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon allspice
Blend together honey, shortening, sugar, applesauce, and wine. Add remaining ingredients, mix well. Form into a ball of dough. Roll out ¼ inch thick and cut with a cresent-shaped cutter. Place on greased cookie sheets and bake at 350*F for 15minutes or until golden brown.
This recipe is from Scott Cunningham’s Book of Shadows.