Good morning my friends! It’s Tuesday and it’s hot! This is my 112th Breakfast Smoothie bowl. I call it the Mandala. Because it looks like it.
Tuesday and sunny and was wondering why every time I do something 10 more things come.😊 But no big deal each one of us has his/her own responsibilities so I can’t just sit and wait for the things to finish on their own. Btw, the Mandala stands for many interpretations but one significant meaning is that it symbolizes the vastness of the known universe. It is used for meditation in both Hinduism and Buddhism. Kautilya also used it to map friendly and enemy states of the king giving it a political meaning. In the West, it has been used by Carl Jung for its psychological representations of the human mind and the wholeness of the Self. In Christianity, it has been used in the church particularly to adorn stained glass windows with rose designs depicting the Divinity. The Mandala represents the sacred space, the universe, the Self, and the Spirit. For “[j]ust as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life” – Buddha. Have a great day my friends!
7-inch diameter bowl
1 ripe mango
16 oz organic yogurt
2 tbsp honey
Khorasan Kamut Wheat (any breakfast cereal)
Put 1 cup of cereals in the bowl and level to make the surface even. Blend mango and yogurt in a blender until fully combined. Add the honey while the blender is running. This will prevent the honey from getting stuck on the bottom of the blender. Pour the mango smoothie in a circular motion on top of the cereals. This will prevent the cereals from going to the surface of the smoothie.
banana, thin slices
strawberries, thin slices
mixed grains (chia, barley, millet, quinoa, amaranth, etc)
lotus flower (powdered beets, almond or regular milk blended and frozen)
Decorate the toppings any way you like.
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