Nurturing the nervous system of our form allows the ability to send and receive heart communication to become greater, and what we intend for peace, love and harmony is magnified.
For years humanity has been told that consuming animals keeps the body healthy. Logic tells us otherwise, for in consuming death, life is not promoted, but stunted, and so we remain in a perpetual cycle of not coming into the fullness of who we are as live wires, as powerful promoters of that which is good, of sharing and spreading the joy that we each hold sacred in our being.
Live, plant based foods are the source of energies our electromagnetic form needs in order to rise healthy and powerful. Harming another sentient being only produces fear, and when eaten, that fear and adrenaline does not produce health, but inhibits the nervous system from attaining a place which includes peace.
For years I had been trained in the most common ways of nurturing my body. I found that my nervous system health lacked strength and there was a sense of something being wrong for the majority of life. Since breaking certain habits around nutrition and creating new, there is a calm that has grown within my being that I had not experienced before. This journey I speak of has been in trial for 3 years, and I speak with personal authority of my current reality.
Our thoughts and emotions affect the heart’s magnetic field, which energetically affects those in our environment whether or not we are conscious of it.
What has been dictated as good and right and encouraged for ingestion, things that you may question, but willingly believe they would not lie, these things may indeed not be what is best for the body, heart and mind.
I send encouragement to do research on what feels right in the core of your being. Sit in a calm space, listen to what your body is telling you, heed the messages it brings.
With the illness in the world, it is plain to see that the guidelines we have been given are false and do not promote health. The chemicals in prepackaged foods harm our cells and cause dysfunction. Being healthy requires that we step back in time, not too far, but far enough to regain the ability to do for our self what our body is asking in order to embrace healing.
Investigate knowledge from your ancestors, indeed, from all ancestors, for great wisdom is to be learned from them.
Carl Jung said it best:
“Unless you learn to face your own shadows, you will continue to see them in others, because the world outside you is only a reflection of the world inside you.”
Here is a cheer for your altering your inside to match the outside you wish to see reflected in the world