All dogma is fear. One might even say all belief is fear. Belief and dogma are different shades of the same color. – travel lightly through the beliefs of others…all that written on this site too….feel free to discard whatever you pick up as soon as it is no longer helpful.
Food and diet and the direction I’m headed in.
I didn’t choose it in any conscious manner…the path chose me by necessity. Healing this particular heinously injured body required this particular sort of consciousness…I love Paul Pitchford’s work…he articulates everything my body/mind has been learning over the years and supplies answers to numerous outstanding questions. This is a little excerpt from his brilliant, seminal, encyclopedic book.
This is where mindfulness with food leads to eventually…with consciousness and practice.
From Healing With Whole Foods: Asian Traditions and Modern Nutrition
I love that implicit in what he says is that it’s ONE path…a path as good as any other to achieve wholeness and wellbeing. That means there is no reason to insist it’s everyone’s path. I’m clear that there are as many paths as there are people. This is my path. And many other “vehicles” also inform my path.
As my subtitle now states, everything matters. Food too. And it’s a window into the whole if we want it to be. see: Nature vs nurture, biological vs. psychological: how about both/and rather than either/or
See more on this book from my post: Heal with whole foods: transform body/mind/spirit. Heal drug damage too
Eating wholesome whole real food is important for body/mind/spirit health and well-being. I’ve written a lot about my adventure with diet and healing here: Nutrition and gut health, Mental health and diet
And you can find more Foodie posts and recipes here.
More: Diet and nutrition here
- What about supplements and the highly-sensitive body
- Advanced adventures in healing the gut: biofilm eradication
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