Allspice empowers you to effectively plan your actions and create the life of your dreams. Whole allspice increases intuitive awareness and helps you recreate life to YOUR specifications.
Allspice ignites your sense of smell. Follow the sultry, strong aroma of allspice to a hot, humid, languid day where you sense that you have all the time in the world to think and plan. There is no hurry, no rush, no ‘wasted time’ when you realize that everything you experience and learn today will feed you for the rest of your life.
Here in the United States, we tend to associate allspice with desserts. You know too many desserts interfere with your healthy eating plans! Fortunately, our Caribbean neighbors have much healthier uses and recipes for allspice. You really must try Caribbean Pasta with Shrimp (recipe below) to see what I mean.
The rich scent of allspice allows you to slow down and plan your finances responsibly, without the stress financial concerns can cause. Planning and the actions that follow solve business or financial ills with great reliability, and having the rich scent of allspice nearby de-stresses your mind and makes financial planning easier.
Allspice emits heat, both in its flavor and its oil, reminding us to moderate our financial desires just as we moderate our use of allspice. Money is not a thing, but an idea. The sooner you understand that money is a flow of giving and receiving, the sooner you will be able to trust that money will flow in to your life as you let go of financial worries.
Allspice reminds you to give your spirit the space it needs to create great things for you, just as you create great things for others. Whether you create fabulous paintings or a happy home for your loved ones, allspice helps you to create from the heart.
Get creative with allspice! Whole allspice, sometimes called dried allspice berries, can be used to create a hanging sachet where its aroma will waft through the room on a breeze. Or, you could create a pendulum for intuitive work by stringing whole allspice and some earthy colored beads – perhaps weighted with a stone you found outside.
Description of Whole Allspice
Looks like an earthy ball, and has a brown with black dimpled shell surrounding a darker seed.
Smells like spiced cider and the roaring fire that complements cider drinking.
Tastes rather hot and a bit like black licorice, but more subtle than anise. Allspice received its rather generic name because it tastes like the perfect mixture or cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves.
Feels hard and a bit rough on its tough outer shell, but the inside bits are softer and disintegrate in your mouth or with a good squeeze. Read the rest of this entry