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What does it mean to live mindfully? I was introduced to this idea over 15 years ago during a yoga and meditation training that I attended. Today, I continue to use and share the simple methods taught during that training. Mindfulness is a way of being present to what is happening in the moment, present to your thoughts, your mood, all of the sensations, and to that deeper connection, some call intuition and others God-connection. We start to know ourselves, trust ourselves and learn to make new choices with curiosity and insight as the process of life with all of its beauty and change unfolds.
My favorite Fuyu persimmon tree is in full bloom. This tree is one of my favorites because of the way it reminds me of the changing of the seasons and especially the coming of Autumn. The fruits are bright orange and the leaves change from bright green to rust, gold, and brown.
I am re posting the same persimmon recipe as I did last year. This might become a ritual since the recipe is delicious, beautiful to look at and healthy. I hope you enjoy it!
100% Pineapple Juice
Pomegranate Seeds (Already prepared availabe at Trader Joes Grocery Store)
Optional. Dark Chocolate of your choice or Shredded Coconut
Slice as many persimmons as you want to create the amount of servings you desire. To fill a traditional dinner plate, I sliced 5 small to medium sized persimmons.
Drizzle with pineapple juice till all have been sprinkled but limit so that there is not much juice on the plate.
Sprinkle with pomegranate seeds about 2 Tbs per traditional dinner plate of sliced persimmons.
Optional. Enjoy with a couple of slivers of dark chocolate of your choice or a couple tablespoons of shredded coconut.
As a certified holistic health coach, Bobbi specializes in mindful living. She offers writing services including blogs and e-newsletter to those of like mind and also sees a small number of private clients who are committed to mindful living. She holds mindfulness-based meditation groups to support people to start and continue a daily practice. Visit her website for more information.