posted on Nov, 30 2008 @ 06:49 PM
As someone who is slowly going into higher consciousness, here's my take:
I won't comment on the benefit of this or that diet, but I will comment on the chemical intoxication of the modern western diet: it's bogging us
down, reducing our energy, putting us into a reduced frequency state. Sugar alone is slowly eroding us, when you add flouride, aspartame, whatever the
hell mcdonalds and other fast food chains use as perservatives, colouring agents, soy and a whole lot of other stuff, is it any wonder we are
overweight with bad complexions and falling hair? We are rotting from the inside out.
When you are more carefull about what you injest, and by no means is my diet perfect at this level, it's just altered enough for me to see the
pattern, you realise that healthy food seems to have a common energetic source profile. Be it animal of vegetable, it is always organic, grown the way
nature would make it, and it is always grown with love and respect, ie, the people that grow it value the natural systems they work with. Or love
them, would be another term. It's my contention that unhappy animals and plants make for unhealthy or at the very least energetically weak foods, and
happy makes strong and healthy. We are in an energy system, and the emotions we manifest are originated in an energetic state, much the same way
matter is. This, imo, could be the key to healthy eating. Now, there could be a bias towards vegetable, we are after all primates, and the plant
eating side of our evolution may be more relevant, I am not sure, but I do think we can eat meat and be healthy, but it has to follow the same pure
natural principle we apply to organically grown vegetables imo.
Add in pure, fresh water, which is a fundamental requirement in good health and you're on the right track to reaching your body's health potential,
as long as you take care of the emotional side too. It's a big system to balance, but the principles are quite simple.
Like I said, I'm not there yet, so I may change my view on some things over time, but for now this is more or less my understanding of this.