Infinite Wisdom 10 is going to be another epic journey through the cosmos. After the ‘Cosmic Justice’, the ‘5D Mystery School Tour’, Galactic Roller Coaster 9 and The Sacred Vortex Chambers we are going to raise the bar once again with the Grand Finale of 2020. We will be jumping aboard the Galactic Rollercoaster again with a trip to 18 different Planets, Stars and Cosmic Homes in Universes beyond ours. There will be no local Star Travel. We are going very deep into space to connect with our Galactic Sisters and Brothers, our Star Family. We will experience life there, get to understand their cultures, ways of healing, interdimensional and multidimensional travel, whilst receiving extremely powerful downloads and upgrades to turbo charge our Earthly experience. You will meet extraterrestrials that you didn’t even know existed, learn/remember from them and exchange sacred light codes.
This will be a real mind and heart opener. The healing that takes place on these Tribe Journeys is massive. As well as receiving ancient wisdom and deep knowledge you will receive colossal healing frequencies and deep trauma will shift and heal. You will form a deep bond with the Tribe and like always there will be laughter and tears.
If you joined us for IW 6 or 7, you know what to expect. If this is your first Infinite Wisdom journey, please stay hydrated leading up to it, during and after. Once you join and we engage before the first journey you will be given clear instructions on how to best navigate this Magical Ride with your fellow Cosmic Astronauts. Bring your A game and be hydrated!
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The perfect sauce to go with any pasta dish, it is light and super creamy and will keep in the fridge for 5 days and freeze well if you want to make a big batch.
This recipe makes 4 servings
Equipment needed: blender, chopping board, chefs knife, wooden spoon, saucepan
TOTAL TIME: 10 minutes
The challenge with a vegan carrot cake is to replace the eggs without ending up with a dry, crumbly sponge. This recipe uses psyllium husks (the incredibly high-fibre shells of tiny seeds) to help bind the batter and keep everything deliciously moist. When making the cream cheese frosting be sure to use a brand of vegan cream cheese which isn’t too savoury.
Makes 1 whole cake (12 slices)
Equipment needed: 2 x round cake tins, oven, baking paper, mixing bowl x 2, whisk, measuring jug, sieve, grater, cooling rack, chopping board, chefs knife
TOTAL TIME: 1 hour
Looking for a veggie midweek meal? Try our vegetarian celeriac steak recipe for a super easy low-calorie meal for three
Makes 3 servings
Equipment needed: large saucepan, wooden spoon, chopping board, knife, small skillet/frying pan
TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes
If there’s one dish that can be made in a jiffy (just 15 minutes) and can be served as a starter, an appetiser and a full-blown main dish, it is this Chilli Garlic Mushroom. Its simple recipe comes together so effortlessly quick that it’s a perfect ‘surprise guest visit’ snack.
Equipment needed: large frying pan, chopping board, chefs knife,
TOTAL TIME: 20 MINUTES