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My “Golden Dawn” is the revelation(s) that hope brought. Having suffered all of my life from crippling ailments and fears, my recent accumulation of natural healing protocols, correct foods, etc., have allowed me to turn my back on imminent death…at least, that is how it feels. I am, admittedly, still unsure of many things and very much remain “messed up” from the misery of my past but I do feel as if I have awakened to something that will result in my salvation. As religious as this all may sound, I am not…
The raw food movement is just that, a movement; it is no more appealing to me than the latest fashions, pop music or tastes in women. There is nothing “natural” about profiting from the sale of false advertising and hype (plus, I find freezing fruits in order to make desserts utterly absurd - just as in nature, of course).
I found this statement of yours interesting: “…one raw path can work for someone in one phase of his/her life, and then the body says to switch to another raw path, which works then…” - exactly! I feel that fruitarianism is perfect for my body at this specific juncture; whether or not my dietary requirements will change remains to be seen, but for now my body, mind and spirit is crying out for fruit, fruit, fruit (and fasting). The raw food movement is a breeding ground for false prophets, each claiming that their lifestyle is the only perfect choice. It amuses me a little as each “guru” is simply seeking individuality; modifying an already tried-and-tested healing diet and attempting to call it his/her own. Elitism pervades all things.
It seems as if you are fasting for all the right reasons; indeed, it makes me wonder why I stopped my fast only a few days ago. Fasting is even more joyous than eating of fruit, so I have to wonder why I do not fast more often…perhaps I am not yet ready… A prolonged/extended fast will surely reveal more to you about your body than any book, article or forum comment will, and I sincerely wish you well. I hope, myself, to fast for at least fourteen days relatively soon, after a course of three liver flushes and a super-dose of parasite herbs. Purity of blood is my ultimate conquest, and removal of diseased tissue comes a close second. As for the fasting forums, I do believe that fasting is an incredibly personal experience and I doubt I would wish to document or discuss my fast at any great length. These forums seem to exist as a sort of “blog” for a number of people, which is all fair and well I suppose but I would much rather read of interesting discussion and theory than any diary. I find reading books to be infinitely more rewarding, especially regarding fasting as it fascinates me like nothing else on this earth; plus, one needs inspiration and motivation from time to time, andfor this, books (especially of the older variety) can prove indispensable. I am eagerly awaiting delivery of the “Freedom You” book, which I hope lives up to expectations…
I, too, wonder how the taste buds will react after an extended fast. If, as is claimed, the taste buds are reinvigorated then I can hardly imagine how utterly divine a pineapple, papaya or pomegranate will taste! Even discussing fasting for a few moments inspires me to begin again. I have a good deal of fresh, organic oranges here, so there is no reason for me not to. I may begin tomorrow…
I have rambled on enough, for now. I visited the fruitarian forums (support and debate) and took the time to answer a few questions (to the best of my ability) so I would hope that your own queries were responded to in a suitable manner. If not, be sure to let me know of the post in question and I shall remedy the failing as soon I can.
All the best to you on your current fast; I shall make sure I read your blog when I am able to do so and may again interrupt with an obscure observation/query once more, providing you do not mind.
(You may well have already visited this site, but if not, it does hold an interesting article or two which may well inspire you when times are tough: http://www.freedomyou.com/)
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