This week’s topic is: 5 Practical Tips For Living Your Most Vibrant Life
It’s really important that we combine philosophy and theory behind our lifestyle decisions with practical tips and jewels. It’s nice to have these ideas. We want to be vibrant. We want to be healthy and have good digestion. We want to meditate. We want to do all these things and need the actual structure and tips and tools for executing this in life.
I’m really excited to talk about this. I’m a big believer in tips. The subtitle for our new book, You Are More Than You Think You Are, is Practical Enlightenment for Everyday Life. Because again, I think it’s our rituals, our daily practices that really create great change in our lives. And it starts with small, simple steps.
Today’s show is all about completely reframing your energy and transforming your life from the inside out, which is something I was able to do myself through these teachings and practices.
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Rachel – Queens
I am looking for the best alternative to cow’s milk. As I am weaning my 14 month old from breastmilk I feel overwhelmed by the best choices. Thank you!
Dorothy – Raleigh
How can I get a better sleep since I work 12.5 hr nights?
Tee – Arizona
Hi Kimberly! I’m in a really tough spot in my relationship of 6 years. It feels like we’re in a cycle of fighting and turmoil. I love him but this dynamic feels really stressful. How did you find the strength to leave your previous relationship, and how did you know when the right moment was to make that leap? I used to view this discomfort as an opportunity for spiritual growth, but it’s become exhausting and depleting. Would love to hear your thoughts on relationships ending, and how to spare your partner from pain while still being true to yourself. Sending you lots of love. <3
Cynthia – Unknown
Hi Kimberly, I started listening to you after I heard you on the MBG podcast and your new book. You mentioned several times in your podcasts/book that you lost your mom recently and you saw her passed away. My story is similar. I lost mom last October from similar circumstances and I was there with my older sister and our daughters keeping her company as she passed. It has been so hard, even though I wouldn’t change it because I wanted to be by her side, I can’t seem to stop grieving that moment. You mentioned that you felt your mom’s soul lift and that you still have her but in a different dimension. How do you achieve that? I know mom is with me but when I heard you say this gave some comfort and I wish to achieve the same. Please help…
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Kimberly: 00:01 Hi, loves and welcome back to our Thursday Q&A podcast where our topic this week is 5 Practical Tips for Living Your Most Vibrant Life. It’s really important that we combine philosophy and theory behind our lifestyle decisions with practical tips and jewels, right? It’s nice to have these ideas. We wanna, we wanna be vibrant. We wanna be healthy. We wanna have good digestion. We wanna meditate. We wanna do all these things, but we wanna have, we need the actual structure and tips and tools for executing this in life. So I’m really excited to talk about this. I’m a big believer in tips, the subtitle for our new book, you are more than you think you are, is practical enlightenment for everyday life. Because again, I think it’s our rituals, our daily practices that really create great change in our lives. And it starts with small, simple steps.
Kimberly: 01:00 We don’t have to make a complete overhaul overnight. We don’t have to torture our bodies. Do you know, crazy fad diets. We don’t have to go on an expensive retreat to get, you know, some, some sense of relief inside of us. Those things, you know, are nice to go on sometimes, but really it’s our day to day living that impacts our health, our energy, our vitality, our connection to our true self and thereby the peace and joy and level of BLIS in our lives.
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Question #1 around the topic of: 5 Practical Tips For Living Your Most Vibrant Life: I am looking for the best alternative to cow’s milk. As I am weaning my 14 month old from breast milk I feel overwhelmed by the best choices. Thank you!
Kimberly: 03:54 So I am very passionate about sharing with them, sharing them with you, because I know they also elevate your life as well. So please be sure to check that out, wherever books are sold. All right, my loves let’s get right into our show today. Five practical tips for living your most vibrant life. And the first question comes from Rachel, who lives in Queens. Hello, Rachel, sending you so much to love out there. Hope it’s starting to warm up in New York city. I am looking for the best alternative to cows milk as I am weaning my 14 month old from breast milk. I feel overwhelmed by the best choices. Thank you. So I like this real practical daily life. What now at milk are we gonna choose? So first of all, I wanna take a step back and congratulate you Rachel, for looking to alternatives a couple decades ago.
Kimberly: 04:49 It was weird to think that, you know, we shouldn’t have dairy or that, you know, maybe we drink something else, but as more and more research has come forward, we realize that drinking the milk of a, another animal, which has a very different construction, including four chambers to their stomach, just a completely different body, different amount of enzymes, different structure, everything. Isn’t the best thing for the human body. So this is a really big game changer. When we open up to choosing what to put in our bodies and also choosing what we will no longer put in our bodies, which is equally, and sometimes even sometimes more important in the sense, because we don’t wanna clog the body. We don’t wanna deplete the body. We don’t wanna weigh down our bodies light it’s vitality, its actual potentiality of energy and that dynamic flow through the body.
Kimberly: 05:49 Everything from circulation, of course, our lymphatic system, endocrine system, immune system, so on and so forth. So I definitely recommend always choosing an alternative to dairy milk. Um, I’ve been dairy free now for 13 years, maybe more. And I just feel so much better. My skin looks so much better. Remember our skin is a reflection of our inner health and when I was drinking milk and eating cheese, I just had so much acne and a lot of bloating. So since I’ve been plant based and definitely switched over to the nut milks, I feel great. So now to your specific question, Rachel, the que the answer for me is that I like to vary the nut milks and I always go for the most nutrient rich options. So one of my favorite nut milks is hemp milk. And this is what I’ve given my children as they’ve weaned because hemp milk is extremely rich in omega three fats and the DHA.
Kimberly: 06:50 It’s really great for the developing brain. It’s really easy to make your own hemp milk just with hemp seeds and water blending them. You do won’t have to strain like almond milk. So over, over the years that’s been one of my favorite go-tos. I also like almond milk. I know there’s some contention with on both sides. If you dig into the issue about the environmental impact of almond’s, which you know, does not even come close to the environmental impact of cows milk in the animal industry overall, but almond milk is something we make in our house. Again, we rotate it in and the other milk that we drink is coconut milk. And we use that also in soups and stews and that nice, healthy fat is really great for helping your body to absorb fat soluble vitamins. There’s been a really big, um, trend in oat milk and potato milk.
Kimberly: 07:46 And I think that’s really great for people that potentially have allergies or they have difficulties with the other milks, but for me, because, um, oat milk is not super nutrient dense and rich, it’s not so something that I choose for my family, it’s a personal choice. Again, it can come down to allergies, availability, lots of different things, but those are the milks Rachel, that I love and we rotate in our home. So thank you so much. My love for being part of our community and sending you so much love to you and your family.
Question #2 around the topic of: 5 Practical Tips For Living Your Most Vibrant Life: How can I get a better sleep since I work 12.5 hr nights?
All right. Our next question comes from Dorthy, who lives in Raleigh. Hello, Dorothy. Thank you so much. My love for contributing a question so glad you’re here and you, right. How can I get a better sleep since I work 12 and a half hour nights? Mm. So this, it sounds like what you’re saying is that you are not aural in a sense, right?
Kimberly: 08:42 You are working all the night and then sleeping during the day, which is, you know, can be quite tough on the body because it can throw off your circadian rhythm. So, you know, what we wanna do here is to support your body in creating a rhythm, uh, what, you know, the Dina char, we always go back to the daily rhythm that the con the core concept, one of the core concepts of Aveta about really creating, uh, sustainable, dependable rhythm in your body, that it can count on that it nose is coming. So it, it starts to regulate your sleep and it starts to regulate your digestive tract and lots of things. So let’s say you get home from your work. You know, I’m not sure exactly what time that comes home and what you wanna create is almost like you would do in the evening, but flip it to morning, a little routine for your body to start to signal that this is time to go to sleep.
Kimberly: 09:42 So this is gonna, there’s gonna be a little bit more challenge of course, because of the light outside. And just because of, you know, your body is used to going in that normal flow. So what I reco, but a, a routine is gonna be really high, helpful, Dorothy, because again, it just starts to train your body. Oh, here’s what’s going on. This is what we’re gonna do, right? And then we’re gonna go into sleep. So the evening routine that I teach, which again might be reversed to your morning would be a, a warm MAIX bringing presence into your body. That nice heat, uh, is a form of a decoction and infusion of, of trans. You can make all sorts of elixirs. It can even as simple as ginger hot water with ginger, ginger, water, ginger lemon, whatever it is, but the heat I find really just helps to settle you into your body.
Kimberly: 10:28 And then I like to take a warm shower, which also breaks the, um, it creates a boundary between the Workday and going into rest and sleep. And then, you know, light dinner, you definitely don’t wanna eat too much right before you go to sleep. And that might be something you do at work. If you’re working 12 and a half hours before you come home. So you don’t have to already, you have, you don’t have to spend time prepping food at home, or, you know, I’m not sure exactly what the, what the plan is, but you could have it for before you leave work, or maybe right when you get home and then warm lyer shower, and then having some time off screens is really important. So journaling meditation, just breathing into your body, letting your body start to downgrade and start to regulate into more of a restful state versus in a, a hyper active beta brainwave states.
Kimberly: 11:20 You just wanna relax down light. As I mentioned, is gonna pose a challenge because it signals to our brain different parts of our system to wake up. Um, so it’s important that you close the blinds. You try to create, as you start to go towards your actual sleep time in the morning, you really wanna create a nice dark environment, which is so important to the parts of your brain, which can get re stimulated by light and especially blue lights. So when you get home from work, you know, reading journaling, meditation versus TV and screens, which wake you up, so really treating the sacred time before you sleep in the day with routine, with care, with consideration and knowing your body just needs some support, but it is possible to get some good sleep. My love following the system, and try to go to sleep and wake up at a regular time during your day.
Kimberly: 12:24 So again, you’re creating a sense of rhythm in your schedule, even though it’s, it can be, you know, a, a little bit of a funny rhythm or an, a rhythm. You can still create a, a rhythm. And that’s, what’s really important here. Dorothy. So please keep in touch with us. Thank you so much for being part of the community. I send you so much love and let me know how you do.
Kimberly: All right my loves. We have two more questions for you, but first we’re gonna take a short little break here and we’ll be right back after the break.
Question #3 around the topic of: 5 Practical Tips For Living Your Most Vibrant Life: Hi Kimberly! I’m in a really tough spot in my relationship of 6 years. It feels like we’re in a cycle of fighting and turmoil. I love him but this dynamic feels really stressful. How did you find the strength to leave your previous relationship, and how did you know when the right moment was to make that leap? I used to view this discomfort as an opportunity for spiritual growth, but it’s become exhausting and depleting. Would love to hear your thoughts on relationships ending, and how to spare your partner from pain while still being true to yourself. Sending you lots of love. <3
Kimberly: 13:03 All right, loves here we are. Back from our break. Our topic today is five practical tips for living your most vibrant life. So practical things here, right? How do we sleep? How do we, um, choose a nut milk? So we’ve covered food embody. So here let’s get into some of the other cornerstones, starting with Tee who lives in Arizona, Tee writes, oh, first of all, my love, thank you so much for your question. Thank you for being here. Part of the community. I’m so grateful that we’re connected. Hi, Kimberly. I’m in a really tough spot in my relationship of six years. It feels like we’re in a cycle of fighting in turmoil. I love him, but this dynamic feels really stressful. How did you find the strength to leave your previous relationship? And how did you know when was the right moment to make that leap?
Kimberly: 13:58 I used to view this discomfort as an opportunity for spiritual growth, but it’s become exhausting and depleting. I would love to hear your thoughts on relationships ending and how to spare your partner from pain while being true to yourself, sending you lots of love, OT. My love, my heart goes out to you. I have my hand on my heart right now, and I can really feel the energy in your question. And yes, I, I will share about my relationship because I do think that we are mirrors to each other and we can learn from each other’s experiences. So for me, it was a slow process of untangling, our relationship and our lives. We, we are not fully untangled because we share a son together. We have a child, my older Bobby Emerson. So of course, especially because there was a child in the mix and with any long term relationship, your relationship being six years, this is of course not something that we want to, um, be, you know, flippant about it.
Kimberly: 15:06 It is a, a big thing. It’s something that requires a lot of consider. So for me, I took all the steps possible before I made that decision. Meaning we went to couples therapy, we talked about things, we tried different things. And I can honestly say that after, you know, the first of all, the reason in that we were driven to couple’s therapy and things and things of that nature was that it wasn’t, um, there was some arguing, yes, but underneath that, it just seemed like we were really, um, on a different page. So I think that couple’s therapy and all these different tools can help bring couples together if there’s that, you know, real strong foundation. And there’s a really deep connection and that both people and the couple want to continue, I think intuition plays a big part here, right? So that’s why we talk about meditating so much and going underneath the F fear and what the ego will tell you, which is, oh, you’re not gonna find anyone else, or you better stay because you’re gonna hurt this person.
Kimberly: 16:24 And you’ll be a bad person, or, you know, whatever the fears are underneath it, the intuition, the guidance will tell you the real, like the, this isn’t right, right. That’s what emerged for me out of rest, you know, periods of going inward, resting meditation. It became clear one night. There was one moment when I looked out over a full moon and I was doing a meditation and it just hit me it’s time to go, but it was as built up before that. Right? So I, I think it’s different for every couple. You know, neither of us, you know, were moving forward. Neither of us really felt that deep fulfillment in our relationship. So, and I felt good about when I did leave, especially with a child, because we had explored, again, all these, um, different types of, you know, therapies and healings and, and ways to try to mend the relationship.
Kimberly: 17:21 So I would encourage UT to sit first with yourself and to go into your intuition. We recently published a great meditation, one of our practical enlightenment meditations, which you can access on the app or on the website for free about going inside for the answer. So I recommend doing that meditation, which is really about just guiding yourself to sit and connect inward, where the true self is where the answers are. And from this place after you meditate, you can get out your journal and you can journal about your relationship or your, you know, what your needs are or what you would like to create in your life. And from this place, you can see, oh, this is, you know, this makes sense. I wanna move forward. This feels good to me. Or, or not. Or maybe it is that time to take a break. And it does require courage.
Kimberly: 18:14 And we do need to advocate for ourselves. So, you know, if you’re worried about hurting your partner, know that if you stay in an inauthentic relationship for longer, you actually do hurt them more. So check out all your options, go into yourself, see where your intuition is guiding you, and then, you know, move forward, whether that’s into deeper connection and healing, or perhaps in separate directions. And so you deep inside tea is the answer to that question. And I hope sharing some of my story inspired you a bit there in that way. Let me know how you do my love. Keep in touch with me and remember that there is no right or wrong answer here, but it’s, what’s right for you. And so the more we can tune into the true self, not be driven by fear, not be driven by guilt or shame or any of these lower energies, but from a really clear place of holding space and respect for wellbeing for you and your partner.
Kimberly: 19:18 That is, that is the highest place of consciousness that we can come. We can come from in our relationships is really that love that mutual respect and that honoring of self and other and see, you know, does it make sense? Are we growing spiritually? Are, is this relationship inspiring my life? Or am I spending more time fighting and in disharmony and turmoil. And it’s actually detracting from my spiritual growth, from the quality of my life. And that’s something that, you know, needs to be monitored and you’ll see the answers will definitely come forward to. So thank you so much. My love for being part of our community. Let me know how you do, let me know how this unfolds check out that meditation. And if you’re looking for more emotional support, especially please do come join our Solluna Circle, where we connect. And we share on a daily basis in our support chat and we have monthly zooms.
Question #4 around the topic of: 5 Practical Tips For Living Your Most Vibrant Life: Hi Kimberly, I started listening to you after I heard you on the MBG podcast and your new book. You mentioned several times in your podcasts/book that you lost your mom recently and you saw her passed away. My story is similar. I lost mom last October from similar circumstances and I was there with my older sister and our daughters keeping her company as she passed. It has been so hard, even though I wouldn’t change it because I wanted to be by her side, I can’t seem to stop grieving that moment. You mentioned that you felt your mom’s soul lift and that you still have her but in a different dimension. How do you achieve that? I know mom is with me but when I heard you say this gave some comfort and I wish to achieve the same. Please help…
Kimberly: 20:17 So it could be really wonderful, um, community for U O T so big love sister. Thank you so much for being here. All right. And our last question now comes from Cynthia and hello, my love. You didn’t put where you’re from, but thank you so much. You are out there in the world, sending you love and gratitude for being part of our community. And you write hi, Kimberly. I started listening to you after I heard you on the mind body green podcast and your new book. You mentioned several times in your podcast and book that you lost your mom recently, and you saw her pass away. My story is similar. I lost my mom last October from similar circumstances. And I was there with my older sister and our daughters keeping her company as she passed. It has been so hard, even though I wouldn’t change it because I wanted to be by her side.
Kimberly: 21:10 I can’t seem to stop grieving that moment. You mentioned that you felt your mom’s soul lift and that you still have her, but in a different dimension, how did you achieve that? I know mom is with me, but when I heard you say that it gave me comfort and I wish to achieve the same, please help Cynthia. Thank you. This is such a beautiful, vulnerable question. And it does really bring me back to that time and remember it like it was yesterday, you know, the moments in your life that are very alive and active and don’t seem like they were in, you know, such the distant past. So I will say that the whole experience of going through grief and losing, particularly your mother, right? The, the portal through which you came into this world is a really big moment that definitely needs to be honored and respected.
Kimberly: 22:10 And for me, the grieving process would come in waves. So first of all, Cynthia, I I’m, you know, so grateful that we’re connected now. And thank you for checking out the book. I mentioned another book within that book that I recommend that you read called letting go. And it’s by Dr. David Hawkins. I’ve talked about it on the cast many, many times. It is the book that helped me heal when I lost my mom. There’s a whole section on grief and Dr. David Hawkins talks about the process. And I mentioned this in the book as well about really leaning into feelings and getting out of thoughts because the thought of, oh, this should have happened. I I’m, you know, duh just keeps you up there, right? And so that actually keeps the energy alive energy, uh, emotions are energy emotion. So when we’re in thought, we keep the churning of the emotional energy.
Kimberly: 23:12 And this is a something that was such a huge thing for me to learn the difference between thoughts and feelings. When I learned to drop into my body, what I found was incredible pain. And I realized that I hadn’t been feeling a lot of my feelings. A lot of my life, I would try if I was, you know, I felt teased or on the outside as a child, or I was scolded by my parents or whatever it was, I, you know, I would push it down or I would distract, or I would try to make up for it or whatever. But what I realized was past the thoughts inside of me was energy. And the way I healed from grief and also from painful breakups was feeling the actual energy inside. And I started to understand that it’s metabolizing energy, just like you metabolize food.
Kimberly: 24:09 So I would sit and I would feel this pain as it would come up, but anytime I would start to think, oh, I shouldn’t have lost my mom this young in life, or, you know, whatever these thoughts were. I would go back in, I was training myself to feel and feel. And like Hawkin says, eventually you get to the bottom of the, where you’ve digested and metabolized a lot of this energy, and then we’ll come back. At some point could come back months, later years later, whatever it is like it does for me, because now it’s been a few years since I lost my mom. So first of all, that’s the first part is just like really feeling and allowing that energy to metabolize and clear out is really, really important. The next part of it is that I did really feel a, a, a moving of my mother’s energy, not an end, but a, but a, a moving, like, it just went to a different place, but it definitely didn’t didn’t die.
Kimberly: 25:06 It didn’t, you know, I never, I never say my mom died because I really don’t feel that. I feel like she passed her body passed away, but the soul, the eternal part of us, the spirit within us, it does go on. So of course we don’t exactly know where, you know, we, where we go. I also recommend Cynthia. There’s a beautiful book by Anita, more Johnny. Um, and it’s, I think it’s called like dying to live or something of that nature. You’ll look her up as an author and you’ll see it. And she talks about her near death experience, where she actually passed away and all the light and all the beauty. And then she was, she came back into her body. So when I hear the, these accounts of near death experiences and people that have passed and come back, I send so much love to my mom.
Kimberly: 25:56 And I remind myself when I’m grieving that I’m, I’m sad for myself, right? Because I miss her, but I’m so happy that, you know, I believe she’s in a place of light and love and freedom OUS and has a lot more of that than she was here in her physical body. So of course it depends on our different belief systems, but I try to switch when I’m, I feel my grief, but then I also try to channel love to her wherever she is and the messages I feel. I, I feel that tingling in my heart, Cynthia, I feel, you know, it’s intuitive and the deeper we meditate and the more we go into stillness, I feel the more that we discern messages for me in the beginning, especially I would ask, I’d say, please send me a sign mama. Like I miss you. I love you.
Kimberly: 26:46 And I would pray and I would send love. And I would feel different things. Sometimes I would feel the warmth. I would feel love, come back to in my heart, I would feel, um, and then I started seeing these white butterflies. And sometimes I felt like that was a sign. So I think we just need to stay open and receptive. I think it’s so important, Cynthia, to find times to be still, to feel your feelings, to grieve and also just to go in and to connect, right? So please, then you have the book please, you know, check out those meditations for going deeper into union and connection and, and yeah. And see how things continue to unfold for you. My love. So I send you so much love, so much support, a big hug. These times are so challenging when we lose our mothers and loved ones.
Kimberly: 27:37 So I’m here for you. Please check out those other books, please check out the meditations and know that, you know, we have this beautiful circle, the Solluna Circle as well to support you. We have this beautiful community. You’re so welcome here. And we, we continue to walk together. We support each other through these, these dark times, trusting that the light does come again. So thank you so much. My love thank you for being by part of our community. And thank you all for being here.
Thought of the Week
Kimberly: I wanna close with a quote. This is actually page three is the very first page of the book. “You realize that all along, there was something tremendous within you, and you did not know it,” by Paramahansa Yogananda. So living your most vibrant life, we make good choices to support ourselves through our food, how we take care of our body, our emotional wellbeing, our spiritual growth.
Kimberly: 28:40 And ultimately what’s tremendous. It’s inside of you. This inner power to create changed, be the co-creator of your life. The more we tap into this power, the real power, not the surface stuff, but the true self, your unique gifts, your bliss inside of you, the peace inside of you. The more we tap into that, the more our lives do become vibrant and enormously fulfilling. So thank you so much. My love for being here, I send you lots of love. We’ll be back here Monday for our next interview podcast, to then be sure to check out the show notes at mysolluna.com. Be sure to check out the new book. You are more than you think you are. The Solluna App, which is where our Sal Luna circle is housed as well as our free practical enlightenment meditations, and also Instagram and social at underscore Kimberly Snyder. So seal in cyberspace, lots and lots of love. So much gratitude. Take great care. Namaste.