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Magical Morning


‘Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most.’ – Buddha

Closing Circle

Dear All
Thank you for being part of the Magical Morning Course.

I am so proud of you for showing up for yourself first thing in the morning. It is not always easy, and as we discussed yesterday it is a continuous practice. The difference is that you have made a commitment to be present and are willing to invite more of what you desire and deserve.

Thank you to Linda, Silvia, Ijoya, and Annemieke, who have agreed to record our closing session.

As you watch the replay you will learn what they took out of the course as well as where the challenges are to keep going. Thanks again for being open about it!


And thank you to those who have already for sending me your feedback and what this course has brought you.

You have all started something incredibly beautiful by beginning your day the magical way - and now you must use the momentum and keep it going. Of course,
at your own pace and intensity, in a way that honors your current life situation and needs.
Nevertheless, my hope and wish for you are that, even if it’s just one tiny thing, you will keep doing it to feel good. To feel better and to show up for your precious and beautiful self every morning. You deserve that so very much. We all do :-)

Here is how I can support you further:
What I learned over the years and again from our talk yesterday, is that we all need some inspiration and a gentle reminder from time to time to keep the good things going.

Because I know how beautiful it is to practice live together,

I offer 2-morning live classes via Zoom every week:

  • Wednesday 7:30 - 8:15 am, morning rituals, breathing practices, and yoga.

  • Friday 7:30 - 8:30 am, a longer yoga flow, breathing practices, and rituals.

For both classes, you can sign up here or send me an email.

  • In case you'd like to be more flexible you can join my video library platform, link here, where I regularly share new practices, from 5 minutes to 60 minutes. Different styles and of course magical morning routines as well. What I especially love about it is that you can leave me comments and we can stay connected.

  • And if you feel you'd benefit from one on one sessions with me, Soul-based Coaching, Yoga or Routines please send me an email and we will talk about it in an information call.

Last but not least I have 5 more questions for you. Please answer them to reflect on your learnings and if that feels natural to you please share it with me. That way I'll keep learning and optimizing your experience.


  1. What difference does it make for you to have your personal morning routine?

  2. What are the 1 to 3 routines, practices you will keep doing?

  3. What was the biggest insight you gained throughout this course?

  4. What is your morning commitment to yourself?

  5. How was your overall course experience?

Please let me know if there is anything else you’d like to share with me.

It was a joy connecting with you.

Much Love


Replay Closing Circle


Coffee Alternative:

Energizing Morning Tea

1 tsp loose rooibos

0,5 tsp ground cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 cups, 480 ml hot, not boiling water

honey optional

Breakfast Ideas - Nourish Yourself

Your breakfast should make you feel happy and leave you nourished and satisfied.
Prefer warm food as it is easier to digest.
porridge or rice pudding
smoothie, room temperature
warm soup
local and organic food
be present while eating, take time to enjoy
be grateful for your food
porridge, oats, millet, rice flakes, amaranth, quinoa, cinnamon, cardamon for energy

Warm breakfast
Why eat a warm breakfast?
In Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine, it is advised to eat a warm breakfast, like a good porridge. The reasons for this are that it is good for both body and mind. It is easier to digest, provides you with good energy (qi), and increases productivity. Another effect that you feel more warmth inside your body, ease of mind and you have less craving for sweets. All in all plenty of reasons to prepare yourself a good bowl of porridge!

Orange apricot oatmeal                                                                                                     

Vegan oatmeal porridge with orange juice and dried apricots
200 gr oatmeal certified gluten-free
200 gr oatmeal certified gluten-free
1 l almond milk unsweetened
80 gr dried apricots unsulfured
1 tsp cinnamon (Ceylon)
1/2 tsp cardamom powder
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp ginger freshly grated
2 tsp agave syrup
1 pinch salt
200 ml of orange juice

1 orange
4 tsp almond shavings
1/2 tsp chia seeds
2 tsp agave syrup
1/4 tsp cinnamon or cardamom

Put all the porridge ingredients, except the orange juice, in a pan and bring to a boil. Softly boil for 2 minutes or until it has thickened enough (could take a bit longer). Make sure you continuously stir
Take off the heat and add the orange juice. Stir well and let it rest for 5 minutes
in the meantime roast the almond shavings in a non-stick skillet until golden brown
Peel the orange and remove the membrane from each slice
Divide the porridge over 4 jars and garnish with the orange slices, almond shavings, chia seeds, agave syrup and optionally some extra cinnamon (or cardamom)

Amaranth porridge with blackberries
 porridge from amaranth topped with blackberries
Ingredients porridge200 gr amaranth flakes (
200 gr amaranth flakes
2 tsp gingerbread spices
100 gr dates Medjool
800 ml almond milk unsweetened
200 ml of coconut milk
2 tsp agave syrup optional, only if you like it extra sweet
1 pinch salt
150 gr blackberries
2 tbsp nut butter (almond, hazelnut)
20 gr pumpkin seeds

Deseed the dates and cut into small pieces
Put all the porridge ingredients in a pan and bring to a boil on medium heat. Turn the heat down and let it simmer for 4 minutes. Take off the heat and let it cool down a little bit
Divide the porridge over 4 bowls and garnish with the blackberries, nut butter, and pumpkin seeds

The Glowing Green Smoothie, Radical Beauty, Kimberly Snyder

about 3 pints (1.7 liters) ( 3to 4 servings )
500ml filtered water
1.5kg chopped spinach
450g chopped cos lettuce
150g chopped celery
1 pear
1 apple
1 ripe banana
2 tsp fresh lemon juice
25 g coriander ( optional )
15 g parsley ( optional )
Add water, spinach, and chopped lettuce to the blender. Start the blender on a low speed and mix until smooth. Next add the celery, pear, apple, banana, and lemon juice, plus the coriander and parsley, if desired. Blend on high until smooth.



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