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The No Turkey Thanksgiving Trend

Aloha dear friends,

I live in a beautiful beachside community, Puako, on Big Island and we have a tribe of outgoing turkeys that fluff their feathers and strut their stuff around the neighborhood. I think they believe they come from royalty and it portrays in their behavior.

I can’t help but feed these beautiful creatures, with their brightly colored feathers and unique colorful makeup, most of all their gobble gobble sounds and courting dances.

I cannot imagine in a million years to ever eat such a beautiful creature as they are my friends. I feel this blog may be a little controversial to some. There may be one of you out there that is touched by these words, to shift the tradition of Thanksgiving from the ripple effect of eating turkey, and shift to a healthier more humane festival where families and friends can get together and enjoy a healthier and more conscious time together.

Or make sure you are enjoying the flavors of a happy turkey 🙂 Know your source and where, which farm, and how ethical they are in the way they treat your live food.

I feel it’s time for us to break these traditions that is not in the evolution of our species and bring joy and light and love to our planet.

I tend to annoy some families and friends when I go over to their homes for Thanksgiving and inform them that I fast on Thanksgiving, I may have tea as a social acceptance behavior.

What can you do today to raise the vibration around you, within you, and to all those you meet?

It’s time for us to rise, it’s time for us to breathe deeper, it’s time for us to remember our spiritual gifts and to do the inner work, it all starts with Mindfulness of each action, Mindfulness of each behavior, it starts with not eating turkey on Thanksgiving or ever because you stand for something that you feel deep in your soul is right. Feel free to do your own research on how turkeys and animals are treated and the inhuman life they live prior to ending up on your plate.

If everything is energy and we eating the flesh of an animal living in fear, well no wonder so many are not in control of their health and mental wellbeing.

Breathe deep my friends, wishing you all a healthy time to be THANKFUL. I am thankful for each and everyone of you reading my blogs and believing in me.

Turkey Totem Animal Meaning

The turkey spirit animal is a symbol of abundance. It is an encouragement to celebrate your resources that nourish your physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects. Foster a harmonious relationship between yourself and the world that you live in because it’s the foundation to your well-being.

Enjoy the following yummy healthy recipes:

Here are some ideas for a no turkey holiday: 14 Vegan Turkey Alternatives for a Marvelous, Meatless Main Course

This is a great article I came across about honoring animals as Sentient-Beings.

May we raise our frequency and live a healthy and happy life,

One Life
Satori Ebedes
Realtor(S)
808 333 2127

About the Author

Satori Ebedes

Satori Ebedes is a REALTOR Salesperson with Hawai'i Life. Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is safe, dreaming more than others think is practical and expecting more than others think is possible. Satori understands that real estate is more than just a transaction, it’s a life changing experience here in Hawaii. She takes great pride in the relationships she builds and always works persistently on clients behalf to assist them achieve their real estate goals through her exceptional and personalized service. With two decades of experience, Satori specialized in the high end luxury real estate market in South Florida, property management and vacation rentals. Satori migrated west from South Africa over 20 year ago to South Florida, through Sedona and ultimately settled down on the Big Island of Hawaii, where she fell in love with the “Aloha Spirit”. She has also travelled to over 15 countries and brings a global perspective that guides her to unite the gap in the diverse real estate market in Hawaii. On her journey she has discovered how important it is to bridge a healthy lifestyle by living in a beautiful environment. Satori is focused on luxury lifestyle properties and her motto is “One Life”. You can email me at satoriebedes@hawaiilife.com or via phone at (808) 333-2127.

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Marlene Marczewski

December 1, 2021

I totally agree. I really don’t like meat much anymore so right now I am a flexitarian. I would go full vegetarian but live in a senior independent apartment and our restaurant has very few vegetarian choices so concerned about getting enough protein . I am taking a protein supplement now. Keep up the good work with your blog.

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