Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Carmen Meera's Special Sea Food Fusion

Fusion Food Time 
(by Carmen Meera)

J'adore this sea food Fusion! Try this secret receipt and so tasty!

Sea Food Fusion
Shrimps & Pineapple & Avocado & Basil &; Love
( gorgeous receipt from one special Actor friend here in Romania..)

(Serves 4)

24 medium shrimps, peeled and deveined
Juice of 1 lime
2 tablespoons full of butter
1/2 tablespoon olive oil
2 small ripe avocados, peeled and cut into ½ inch cubes
Salt and Pepper, fresh leaves of basil, cumin little..a dust
1 glass, 200ml, white wine dry..or demi dry
1 fresh pineapple, cut into ½ inch (small) cubes

1. To prepare the shrimp, Place the juice of 1 limes, salt, pepper and cumin powder in a zip lock bag, add the shrimp and marinade in the refrigerator for 5 minutes.

2. In a large skillet heat the oil over medium-high heat. Add the shrimp & Add the butter and cook until the shrimp are pink and cooked through, about 2 minutes each side. Here add the wine…and now add the pinneaple(Reserve for final garnish some fresh pieces..). Salt and pepper.

3. Remove from the heat. Add fresh leaves of basillicum( basil)

4. In a large bowl mix the pineapple chunks few particles fresh, uncooked & cooked shrimps. Mix all the ingredients well, add the avocado and fold into the mixture.

5. Serve in martini glasses! Decorate with basillicum(basil) …:) and drink white wine..near.

hint for some friends here..
(Do not forget to Invite Big A. in!!:))

Time for cook: 10 minutes. New Earth Energy quick & gorgeous !

Who will cook? Recomm. for Men..and Women, too. Dedicated to you! Hope one day to organize..I will!! One BIG Planetary party all together from FB and eat together goodies and hug..and Love!!

Carmen Meera
© 2011

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Inspirational Moments ~ Maria Shriver at The Women's Conference 2010

Astrid Sheil, Ph.D.
This is the last Women’s Conference that Maria Shriver will organize as First Lady of California, and she saved the best for last. While the morning line-up was extraordinary and included First Lady Michelle Obama, Dr. Jill Biden, Nike CEO Phil Knight, Starbuck’s CEO Howard Schultz, NBC Anchor Brian Williams, and New York Times journalist and Pulitzer prize author, Nicholas Kristof, the moment truly belonged to Maria Shriver, the architect and driving force of the largest women’s conference in the world.

In her farewell address, Maria shared her journey from reluctant candidate spouse to empowered organizer. She recognized the family and friends who helped her along the way, and paid tribute to her mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver, a larger than life woman who inspired her and her siblings to take up the good fight and do good in the world. Maria recounted how one of her proudest moments in her life was when she had the privilege of presenting her mother with the Minerva Award in 2008; and one of her most poignant moments was sitting in the garden by her mother’s grave and waiting, waiting, and waiting for her mother to speak to her.

When her mother did speak to her, it was not from above, but from deep inside her. Maria shared her fear of the unknown—what comes next? And what she heard and felt inside came in a moment of divine clarity. Her inner voice said, “It’s okay to not know what to do next.” For the thousands of people watching and listening, Maria gave all of us an unexpected gift of emancipation. For those of us who can feel overwhelmed and overscheduled on a daily basis—she gave us permission to, “Let go” and just be okay with ambiguity and a messy life.

Out in the Village after the presentations, several women commented on how inspirational and moving Maria’s speech was, and how special the First Lady of California has made this event for all of the viewers and participants.

Sandy Hoffman, an HR specialist with Cisco said, “Maria brings such a human dimension to her insights—she touched everyone with her speech. I’m not sure how anyone can follow up on this next year.”

Tricia Baker, an engineer with Cisco, agreed. “This is my first time to come to this conference and I have found it amazing. Maria is inspiring on so many levels—this speech alone was worth the trip down from San Francisco.”

Nikki Corbett, who works for Intel in Sacramento, echoed a sentiment that many women share: “I really liked her message that it’s okay to not have a plan…and it’s okay to be scared. So often, we feel like we have to have it all figured out. It’s nice to know that a woman as accomplished as Maria Shriver doesn’t have it figured it all the time.”

Amanda Balint, a public affairs officer for BP in Alberta, Canada said she was blown away by Maria’s speech. “It was inspirational, sad, funny, empowering, and quite memorable.”

First time attendee Alyssa DeSantis summed it up for all of us when she said, “Maria needs to start her own conference. This is the best thing I’ve ever attended.”

From all of us who have had the distinct privilege to attend, volunteer, or present, thank you, Maria, for seven years of expansive thinking and empowerment. Thank you for the great speakers and the wonderful opportunities.

Most of all, thank you for your humanity, humor, and honesty.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The Fresh Eyes Outlook 2011 ~ via Margo Renay ~ 1.11.11

A Special Heart Consciousness Note:
The Fresh Eyes Outlook ~ 1.11.2011

Dear Grand Gods/Goddesses/IAM Presence ~

Moving The Harmonics to 'Sing'
Through The Heart
Of Integrity and Clarity...
Your Real Purity Begins ~
with All Senses Activated.

Not The Purity So Often Called
Singular Perfection. Or Streaming Disconnections.
That is Limited and Distracting Judgement.

It is Fresh Eyes in HD Frequencies...
Fresh Color...Fresh Sound...Fresh Tones.
Fresh Experience...Fresh Intelligence.
Fresh Joy...Fresh God Particles.
Quantum and Chaotic...A Moment or Two.

Flowing. It is Love.

With A Few Paradoxes
Of The Divine Roles
Yet To Discover
That We Still Subscribe To.
So Celebrate.
For the EYES Have It.
And All Is Well In All of Creation.


Monday, January 10, 2011

Brene Brown: The Power of Vulnerability

Brene Brown: the Power of Vulnerability
Ted Talks Series~TedxHouston
June 2010

Brene Brown studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. A talk to share.

Why you should listen to her:

Brene Brown is a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. She has spent the past ten years studying vulnerability, courage, authenticity, and shame. She spent the first five years of her decade-long study focusing on shame and empathy, and is now using that work to explore a concept that she calls Wholeheartedness. She poses the questions:

How do we learn to embrace our vulnerabilities and imperfections so that we can engage in our lives from a place of authenticity and worthiness? How do we cultivate the courage, compassion, and connection that we need to recognize that we are enough – that we are worthy of love, belonging, and joy? 

Brené is the author of I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t): Telling the Truth About Perfectionism, Inadequacy, and Power (2007) and the forthcoming books, The Gifts of Imperfection (2010) and Wholehearted: Spiritual Adventures in Falling Apart, Growing Up, and Finding Joy ( 2011).
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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Tribute to Bobby Rex ~ Robert Davis King ~ from Jeanine to Margo Renay

For the Love of A Paradise
December 28, 2010
In honor Robert Davis King (aka.Bobby Rex)
Created and Written by Jeanine Michele
(Q Komaya)

Such love and affection for your royal aloha friend

he choice has not gone unnoticed,
as he went when many celebrate a birth

Maybe birth and death are the same
and the wings he is growing bring
him into a rebirth ... within you

within all of us, our own kingdom of love
restored...a breath of the universe

Thank you for sharing love with me
It is received with great respect
for the love that you are
and so am I.

A Special ♥Heart Consciousness Note to my grand friend...QK♥

You just felt into IT. This beautiful poetry so reflects the very essence of this 'Family' from the Sandwich Islands. alo~haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa...Bobby. Ollie. Now twin brothers back together again. Such a simple gift of Your Heart. With generous love dear aka.Jeanine for your words of immense energy not even fully understood by the human YOU.

Although the story of Princess Kaiulani and Davies has been scripted and dramatized in the film below...there are deeper elements that Bobby, with his array of life experiences far beyond a few islands, desired to portray in his own modern story. The feminine balance with the peaceful warrior. To feel the energy of this profound man, Here is just ONE film trailer that does reflect the CONSCIOUS FEELING that Bobby always expressed to me. Without question. He inspired women in all male dominated fields to use their feminine strength blended with compassion and heart intelligence to move mountains. My next blog will feature Bobby King's sentimental words to his older brother Donald after his passing and read as an eulogy on the Islands. Truly profound. And some reflective comments from my own experiences. Thank You. For now I AM SPEECHLESS. ~♥~

Push the pause button on the Sovererign Music Box before playing Video.

Plot ~ 'Princess Kaiulani' 2010

In 1888, Hawaii was a paradise teetering on the brink of civil unrest. The tide had turned against the long-incumbent royal family, under the malevolent influence of a rebel party with links to the American government. Within months, the Palace was overthrown, and the royals exiled.

Among them was the beautiful Princess Kaiulani. Scarcely 13 years old, she was separated from her family and her homeland and for her own safety, sent to a climate and a country that couldn't be more different from Hawaii -- Victorian England.

Coming to terms with her fate, Kaiulani underwent a harsh and testing education that equipped her with a sense of honor, duty and pride. What's more, she fell in love, with the spirited and rebellious young Englishman, Clive Davies.

Emerging from her childhood, and inspired by her blossoming romance, Kaiulani realized she had to bring an end to the injustices suffered by her people and set to sail for America, to meet President Grover Cleveland, to prove that she and her people were not the "barbarians" portrayed by the American press.

'Princess Kaiulani' combines the profound natural beauty of Hawaii with the sweeping romance of a classic Merchant Ivory epic.