Wednesday, 19 Jun 2019

Chakra. Food and the Spirit

Chakra

Vegucation Over Medication

Dr. Bobby Price

Plant-Based Pharmacist; Fitness & Nutrition Expert

 Chakra. Food and the Spirit

Chakra. Our addiction to food and overeating is often an attempt to provide ourselves with self-love. In eastern cultures, this behavior can be traced back to an imbalance in one of our energy centers in the body called chakras. Overeating is often connected to the lowest energy system called the root chakra. This chakra is related to your physical body’s need for survival, stability, and our relationship with our mother. The chakra is located at the base of your spine, and hence it’s also referred to as the ground chakra. It establishes the deepest connection with your physical body, your surroundings, and the earth itself. Because of the deep connection to your physical body, it is also very much connected to your physical health. Its priorities are air, water, food, shelter, empowerment, and stability. Poor nutritional habits send a subconscious message to your entire being that says, “You are not valuable enough to take the time and effort to properly nourish your body with healthy foods.” Changing your relationship with food creates a sense of trust, security, and connectedness between the mind and body. Chakra.

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Chakra. It tells the body, “I respect you for housing my mind and soul in your sacred temple.” The body tells the mind, “I honor and trust you for spiritual growth and survival.” Interestingly enough, your arms and hands, which extend from your heart (love) chakra, manifest the physical love you create in life, such as gardening, building a home, caressing a child, painting a Picasso, or cooking. During the process of food preparation, you are also infusing loving energy into the food via your hands from your heart. This energy is transferred only from one organic substance to another, and when living foods are eaten, you receive a burst of energy from the exchange. As Ann Wigmore, author of The Hippocrates Diet and Program, so elegantly stated, “The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.” Only foods powered by the sun and nurtured by earth are capable of producing a healing effect on our bodies. So the reality of today’s society is that we are not eating real foods; we are ingesting processed and genetically modified foods sprayed with chemicals. Chakra.

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Chakra. Beyond food choice, most people have forfeited all of their rights to self-heal and have handed over proper prevention in exchange for drugs. Our well-being has been put in the hands of healthcare professionals who have been educated and trained with the same philosophies of the very system that is poisoning us. I’ll be the first to say that 99% of healthcare professionals have your best interest at heart and have chosen their profession in an attempt to be caretakers of the sick and needy. However, the sad truth is that the textbooks, university studies, curriculum, drug trials, and continuing education are all funded in large majority by the same companies that profit off your misery and ignorance. Here’s the sad truth: There is no money in curing diseases, but there’s no money in dying a quick death either unless you’re a mortician. The real money is snuggled right in between the two: the fat, sick, and nearly dead who live a poor extended quality of life propped up by therapies never designed to cure them of their actual ailment because they do not address the actual cause of the disease. Chakra.

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Chakra. True health can only be maintained and regained by prevention, and prevention’s greatest weapon in the war on chronic disease, premature death, and compromised immune systems is live foods and waters, with adequate physical activity, and a sound mind and spirit. As Americans, we’ve gotten so far away from living in accordance with natural law, the entire country’s health is in shambles. In America, 20% of our gross domestic product (GDP) is consistently being allocated towards healthcare costs. Our expenditures towards healthcare, which is in the trillions, represents the entire GDP for many other countries. By comparison, France allocates 11.7%, Germany 11.3%, Japan 10.3%, Brazil 9.7%, and China only a mere 5.6 percent. Even more shocking is the fact that despite our supremely large investment in healthcare, our return on that investment has routinely ranked America globally around 37th, behind all of the before mentioned countries and every other developed nation. In 2014, the U.S ranked worst in healthcare in the developed world, while 16 other developed nations ranked higher. Chakra.

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Chakra. So how is it that despite having access to the most advanced medical technology and drugs, Americans are the sickest and most morbidly obese people in the world? The valuable lesson to learn from this is health cannot be purchased even with the most advanced technology or the most expensive drugs. It is earned and given freely when you obey the natural laws that come with this sophisticated machinery we call the human body. And like any complicated machinery, the efficiency in which it operates is directly related to how closely the owner follows the set of instructions that came with the product. Here’s a great metaphor to compare how we treat our bodies versus the luxurious things we buy. If you purchase a Rolls Royce automobile, it comes with a maintenance package and operational instructions. You could retain the services of the best mechanical engineers and purchase additional fluids and replacement parts that are far beyond exceptional. However, if you decide that you want to fuel your Rolls Royce with liquid gold or jet fuel instead of the suggest premium gasoline, then you will have violated the manufacturer’s instructions and would cause irreparable damage to your car. Chakra.

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Chakra. This is what we do to our bodies when we decide to eat foods that were prepared in a lab instead of a garden. If you feed yourself, your children, and your family crap food, then you will look, feel, and have the health that crap food provides. The food designed for humans is organic, whole, living, and plant-based. So, are we really what we eat? Of course, we are. Every day, 50 to 70 billion cells undergo a programmed cell death because every cell in the body has an intrinsic ‘shelf life’ set to expire at different times, depending on the type of cell it is. Think of your body as a huge skyscraper that requires constant maintenance. If you eat the SAD diet, it’s the equivalent of using cardboard boxes and duck tape as your building materials. Eating a plant-based, whole-foods diet would be like using bricks and mortar. What’s even more fascinating about the concept of ‘we are what we eat’ is that when we make the switch to a plant-based lifestyle, the impact is almost instantaneous. We feel more energetic, less achy, no bloating, and have more clarity. No sooner than a week or two later, and you’ll be receiving compliments about your glowing skin and vibrant mood. And before you know it, all the skeptics will be curious about what and how you’re achieving such great health! Chakra.

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