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Chakras are energy centers within the human body that help to regulate all its processes, from organ function to to the immune system and emotions. There are seven main chakras  aligning the spine, starting from the base of the spine through to the crown of the head. To visualize a chakra in the body, imagine a swirling wheel of energy where matter and consciousness meet. This invisible energy is called Prana, which is the life force who keeps us balanced, healthy and alive.

These moving wheels of energy correspond to massive nerve centers in the body. Each of the seven chakras contain psychological, emotional, and spiritual states of being. Since everything is moving, it’s essential that our seven chakras stay open, aligned, and fluid. If there is a blockage energy will not flow. Here’s a quick summary.

1. Muladhara (Root Chakra)

Represents our foundation, the chakra of stability, security, and our basic needs. It encompasses the first three vertebrae, the bladder, and the colon. When this chakra is open, we feel safe and fearless.

Location: Base of spine in tailbone area.
Emotional issues: Survival issues such as financial independence, money and food.
Affirmation: “I am a divine being of light, and I am peaceful, protected and secure”.

2. Svadhisthana (Sacral Chakra)

The Svadhisthana chakra is our creativity and sexual center. It is located above the public bone, below the navel, and is responsible for our creative expression.

Location: Lower abdomen, about two inches below the navel and two inches in.
Emotional issues: Sense of abundance, well-being, pleasure and sexuality.
Affirmation: “I am radiant, beautiful and strong and enjoy a healthy and passionate life”.

3. Manipura (Solar Plexus)

The Manipura chakra represents our ability to be confident and in control of our lives. The third chakra is our source of personal power.

Location: Upper abdomen in the stomach area.
Emotional issues: Self-worth, self-confidence and self-esteem.
Affirmation: “I am positively empowered and successful in all my ventures”.

4. Heart Chakra (The connection between matter and spirit)

The fourth chakra, Anahata is at the middle of the seven and unites the lower chakras of spirit. The fourth is also spiritual but serves as a bridge between our body, mind and spirit. The heart chakra is our source of love and connection.

Location: Center of chest just above the heart.
Emotional issues: Love, joy and inner peace.
Affirmation: “Love is the answer to everything in life, and I give and receive love effortlessly and unconditionally”.

5. Vishuddha (The Throat Chakra)

The Vishuddha chakra is the fifth chakra, located in the area of the throat. This is our source of verbal expression and the ability to speak our highest truth. the fifth chakra includes the neck, thyroid, and parathyroid glands, tongue, jaw and mouth.

Location: Throat.
Emotional issues: Communication, self-expression of feelings and the truth.
Affirmation: “My thoughts are positive, and I always express myself truthfully and clearly”.

6. Ajna ( Third chakra)

The Ajna chakra is our center of intuition. We all have sense of intuition but we may not listen to it or heed its warnings. Focus on opening the sixth chakra will help you hone this ability.

Location: Forehead between the eyes (also called the Brow Chakra).
Emotional issues: Intuition, imagination, wisdom and the ability to think and make decisions.
Affirmation: “I am tuned into the divine universal wisdom and always understand the true meaning of life situations”.

7. Sahaswara (Thousand Petal Lotus)

This is the chakra of enlightenment and spiritual connection to our higher selves, others, and ultimately, to the divine.

Location: The very top of the head.
Emotional issues: Inner and outer beauty, our connection to spirituality and pure bliss.
Affirmation: “I am complete and one with the divine energy”.



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High vibrations are essential for staying healthy, being happy, and living in peace and because we live in a vibrational universe where everything is connected, we must be conscious about everything we do, say, think, believe and even eat. Every single thing plays a role in our reality. We can block our progress or even find it hard to co-exist when we increase resistance by clouding up our mind, body and spirit with toxins and low vibrational foods.

High vibrational foods are those that have a greater level of light than density. They nourish our body, assist with detoxification, increase our light and raise our vibrational frequency. Of course, just eating high vibrational food is not everything, we must work in clearing limiting beliefs, negativity and judgment among others. It is imperative to be present and responsible for everything and everyone we pull into our reality. Nobody is taking advantage of us, it is ultimately us, that trough our vibration manifest different people and situations, so in order to attract your dreams and happy people, we must compromise on living a high vibrational lifestyle.

Here's a list of high vibrational food to help you recognize happy diets and a list of food you may want to avoid in order to vibrate much higher.


  • Organic fruits and vegetables.
  • Dark leafy greens.

  • Raw herbs like cilantro, basil, mint, tarragon, chives, dill.

  • Sprouts! Alfalfa, mung bean, sunflower seed, brocolli sprouts, etc.

  • Wild berries! Blueberries, strawberries, blackberries and more.

  • Fresh pressed green juice.

  • Fresh pressed fruit juice (no sugar added).

  • Raw cacao (no sugar added).

  • Maple syrup.

  • Medicinal mushrooms like chaga and reishi.

  • Spirulina, chlorella, blue green algae.

  • Spring water.

  • Vegetables.

  • Probiotics (naturally fermented sauerkraut, pickles, kombucha).

  • Soaked and sprouted raw nuts, seeds, legumes and ancient grains like Millet or Buckwheat.

  • Cold pressed organic oils like coconut, flax, avocado, sesame, olive.

  • Apple Cider Vinegar.

  • Sea vegetation.

  • Sea Salt.

  • Crystalline Water.


  • Genetically modified (GMO) food, and conventional food that's been treated with chemicals and pesticides.

  • White rice and flours.

  • Sugars, artificial sweeteners.

  • Coffee.

  • Sodas.

  • Alcohol, hard liquor.

  • Most meats, such as beef, chicken, lamb and pork.

  • Processed, packaged, canned and fast foods.

  • Unhealthy oils, like canola, cottonseed, margarine, and vegetable oils.

  • Frozen foods.

  • Pasteurized cows milk, yogurt and cheese.

  • deep fried foods and microwaving food.

  • Cigarettes.

In the process of raising your vibration, make sure not to judge yourself or others (low vibration), flow with what you feel makes you happy and try to balance every area in your life. Think positive thoughts, and pour your own energy into what you are eating. Feel truly thankful and in love with what you are about to consume. And whatever you are eating even if is meat, give a gesture of mindfulness and be thankful before you take your fist bite. No matter your religion or believes, being grateful is truly powerful.




We cannot blame others for our personal or global condition. We have to take responsibility of everything that is happening in our reality today and make sure we are being proactive towards a more loving, compassionate state of mind. We are here to create a transformation and evolution in our consciousness. Why we are here, why the world is here, and why we have the political system and leaders that we do—is specifically to achieve change. This is the entire purpose of life. 

So why change seems so difficult? Because ego gets in the way. We have the tendency to become victims of every little situation in our life. We always think it was someone’s fault, and don't recognize the hidden spiritual lesson in each difficult situation we face. The Ego has fooled us into believing that we are victims of outside forces and other people’s actions. He has convinced us that our enemy is some other person instead of our own reactive nature. Most important, it tricks us so that we don’t even recognize our purpose in life. Think about it. How many people do we really know who look inward each day, trying to eradicate their negative reactive traits? Yes, that is the true purpose of our existence. So if we truly want to change this world, we need to heal how we think.

Like waves in the ocean, there is actually nowhere where one of us stops and another one starts. On the physical level, we’re all separate of course. But on the level of consciousness, we are one. This brings the Law of Cause and Effect, a simple law that rules our reality. What that means is that what I do to you I do to myself. With every thought of intention, action and emotion that is transmitted from you, a person sets into motion unseen chain of effects which vibrate from the mental plane thought the entire cellular structure of our body, out into the environment and finally into the Cosmos. Eventually the vibratory energy returns to the original source upon the swing of the pendulum.

The law of cause and effect states that every cause has an effect and every effect becomes the cause of something else. This law suggests that the universe is always in motion and progressed from a chain of events. For example, whoever puts his finger in an electric socket will receive an electric shock, not because he annoyed the electricity within the wires or the electric power company, but because it was a direct result of his carelessness. It is important to note that most of the universal laws known today were discovered not long ago, and even though we know more and we’re more scientifically advanced than ever, it is ironic that we still live in a world of disorder and chaos. Knowing these rules, has no benefit for us and does nothing to improve the condition of our lives. So how do we move forward from here?

With certainty. Certainty is one of the most important terms and concepts. It means that whatever is happening in our life, it is somehow for the best. For whatever reason, this is the exact place we need to be, no matter what. With absolute certainty, we can know the universe is always operating in our best interests no matter how it may appear through our limited perception. Certainty takes tremendous discipline and is one of the most difficult muscles to develop — because doubt is a formidable foe. Doubt shows up as feeling like a victim, feeling out of control, feeling things are random, feeling like we cannot persevere. 

Wondering if things are going to get worse, how we can continue living with devastation happening around us and complaining about it in social media with our friends and family only promotes even more the energy of Chaos. We must realize that the only way to truly find meaning and fulfillment is to look at the disaster, the pain, the difficulty and know with complete certainty that good can come from this. We have to know that the only way to evolve into our best selves is to somehow, in some way, find the Light in the tunnel. 

We tend to be very passive when it comes to doing something about it because we don’t realize that we are one and we are in this together. Now we are faced with a call to action. It is our opportunity to become new, fresh, creative and wake up from the lull of our existence.

Out of the most horrible wars, the most devastating disasters, the worst economic downturns have evolved some of humanities greatest developments. So what are we waiting for? Lets begin a Revolution of Love an Evolution of Thinking. Our planet needs it and we deserve to find true meaning to our experience on earth.


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Baiser Beauty Blog - Seven Summer Meals for a Vegan Girl

It’s the time of year we all want to look and feel healthy, but also splurge ourselves with yummy food. We’ve put together our favorite vegan recipes so you can “have your cake and eat it too”, these easy to make vegan meals are delicious, nutritious and will keep your summer bikini body intact. 



  • 1 ¼ cup Water
  • 1 cup of sushi rice
  • 2 tbsp. rice vinegar
  • 1 tbsp. sugar
  • ½ tbsp. salt
  • avocado
  • cucumber
  • carrots
  • 3 nori sheets


  • In a pot, add water and rice. Cook while stirring.
  • While rice is cooking, in another small pot over low heat, add rice vinegar, sugar, and salt. Stir until sugar dissolves.
  • Once the rice has cooked, transfer it to a bowl.
  • Add the vinegar mixture, and stir.
  • Cover with a damp towel, and let cool until room temperature.
  • Chop the vegetables into thin strips.
  • Take one nori sheet and place it on a sushi carpet.
  • Spread a third of the rice onto the nori in a thin layer.
  •  Add vegetables in a line in the middle of the rice.
  • Roll it.
  • Slice the roll into six pieces.
  • Repeat to make two more rolls.



  • Pasta 
  • 1 Avocado
  • 3 tbsp. olive oil
  • 10 basil leaves
  • 1 tbsp. salt
  • 1 cup of onion powder
  • 1 cup of garlic powder
  • ½ lemon


  • Cook pasta
  • In a blender, add avocado, olive oil, basil leaves, salt, onion and garlic powder. Lemon juice.
  • Add to the pasta and mix.



  • 3 tbsp. butter
  • ½ cup of onion
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 1 box of beans (Drained and mashed)
  • ½ cup of spinach
  • ½ cup of mushrooms
  • 1 ½ cups of vegan cheese (Shredded)
  • 1 cup of corn
  • 1 tbsp. salt
  • ½ cup of salsa
  • 4 tortilla shells


  • In a pan, add butter, sliced onions, chopped garlic, salt, mushrooms and beans. You can drained it or mashed.
  • Then, add corn and salsa sauce (optional).
  • In another pan, add butter and put one tortilla shell. Add vegan grated cheese on it with the first mixture with beans and let it cook.
  • Add another tortilla shell on the mixture. Flip the quesadillas and cook the other side.



  • 1 carrot
  • 1 zucchini
  • 1 onion
  • Parsley
  • 1 oz of peanuts
  • Sesame seeds
  • 2 tbsp. peanut butter (w/ no salt and sugar)
  • 1 tbsp. water
  • Olive oil
  • 1 tbsp. soy sauce
  • Rice noodles


  • Cook rice noodles.
  • Cut the vegetables into thin strips.
  • Cut onion and peanuts.
  • Drain rice noodles.
  • In a wok pan, add olive oil, sesame seeds and onion.
  • When the onions are light brown, add the vegetables.
  • Add peanut butter and water.
  • Finally add soy sauce.
  • Serve the rice noodles then add the vegetables.
  • Add parsley and crushed peanuts on top.



  • 1 mango
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 shallot
  • Quinoa and brown rice
  • 1 box of beans
  • Fresh greens of your choice
  • Salt


  • Cut the diced mango and cut the shallot in thin slices.
  • Cook quinoa and brown rice. Then add to a bowl.
  • Add beans, shallot, mango and greens.
  • Drizzle with lemon juice and add salt to taste.



  • ½ cup + 3 tbsp. Water
  • 3 tbsp. organic sugar
  • ¾ tsp. instant yeast
  • 2 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
  • 1/8 tbsp. baking soda
  • 1/8 tbsp. salt
  • 5 plum tomatoes
  • ¾ tbsp. Italian herb mix
  • ¼ oz of tofu
  • 2 tbsp. tapioca starch
  • Salt
  • 1 cup of almond milk


  • In a container mix, water, ¾ tsp of salt, organic sugar and instant yeast.
  • Add all-purpose flour and knead with fingers until you get a homogeneous dough.
  • Cover it and let rest for 20 minutes.
  • In a blender, mix baking soda, 1/8 tsp salt and plum tomatoes.
  • When you have a perfect sauce, bake it during 6 minutes and add Italian herb mix.
  • Separately mix, tofu, ½ tsp salt, tapioca starch and non-dairy milk.
  • Zimmer on the stove until you have a thick paste.
  • Take your pizza dough, add a pinch of flour and stretch the dough into a round disc with a rolling pin. Using your hands, form a lip around the edges of the pizza.
  • Prick the dough with a fork and bake at 480°F during 3 minutes.
  • Then add tomato sauce and tofu sauce to your pizza and veggie toppings of your choice.



  • 4 oz of rice flour
  • 2 oz of sugar
  • 2.5 oz of almond milk
  • 2 oz of hazelnuts
  • 1 oz of almond powder
  • 2.5 oz of chocolate
  • 1 tbsp. baking soda
  • 1 tbsp. vanilla extract


  • Preheat oven to 305°F.
  • Crush the hazelnuts with a rolling pin.
  • Cut the chocolate and put it in a bowl.
  • In a container, mix rice flour, sugar, almond powder, baking soda and vanilla extract.
  • Add almond milk, chocolate and hazelnuts.
  • Roll each cookie and place 2 inches apart on parchment-lined baking sheets.
  • Press an indentation into center of each cookie with the end of a wooden spoon.
  • Bake for 13 minutes.