Hello Angkor Wat, the heart & soul of Cambodia... originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, but then transformed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century.
My favorite temple to visit during this trip, it was without a doubt the most detailed, jaw dropping amazing site to have had the opportunity to visit.
We decided to go just before sunrise at 4:30am, unfortunately it was an unexpected rainy day. While we didn’t get to see the sunrise, it was still a unique experience. The crowds patiently gathered around and slowly enjoyed how the temple lit up from the shadows and reflected on the water.
The gummy you gave your kids was scientifically proven to help them create better eating habits...... to actually crave healthier foods? 🥒🍎🥕🍌🤓
It was designed to help their immune systems, brain & so much more grow stronger and was full of antioxidants (Ie less sickness - can I get an woot woot?! ) 🙌 🤗🤔 What if...
Your kiddos even got it for FREE?
Oh, and it's adult approved too! Good luck keeping your hand out of the bag! 🤣🙃😎
#TBT to #jawdropping fall colors in Connecticut.
Red is the color assigned to our #RootChakra . What many people don't realize though, is that the colors of the chakras were not a part of the original philosophy. The chakras were brought to the Indus valley sometime before 1500 BC by a tribe of people from the north who arrived in chariots and worshiped the wheel. #Chakras are energy centers in the body that begin at the base of our spine with the Root Chakra which governs the concept of our basic needs or survival - if our survival is supported then we feel more "rooted" into our lives and can then move upward to address other elements of our Self like creativity, worthiness, love and so on. Even when you strip away all the esoteric woo woo that has been added to #ChakraPhilosophy in the past century or so, the chakras remain quite a genius way of organizing self inquiry for the purpose or reaching toward wholeness.