Last day on water, excited about juice tomorrow.
What has been the hardest thing?
Because I have fasted many times although only once on water I know its a mindset. But this time I definitely had some very light headed moments that would not have been good if I was at work or doing something that needed attention, driving for example.
Day 2 was when I had the symptoms and day 3 was easy then last night day 4 evening I really thought about food, and this morning day 5 I know it's all but over wooohooooooo.
Last night day 4 I really started to think about avocados and loads of raw food which I can have tomorrow.
My last food was 5.30 on tuesday so if I need a juice tonight I may have one as I am running a day Retreat in Balinakill Country House tomorrow and need to make sure I am on my bestest form.
I have always had a very determined mindset and when I decided I am truly going to do something not much will stop me, especially when others tell you not too.
I have had nothing but support this time, my mum of course wanted to put food in me but when I explained this is my job, my life, everything that I study and believe in she backed off.
It always amuses me when people with no experience want to tell you what NOT to do.
Food is one of the biggest drugs on our planet, sugar and simple, processed carbohydrate.
It is more addictive than heroin for some.
It kills more people than starvation does, or any other thing on the planet......but because it is legal, we ignore it.
Sugar feeds most cancers and should be avoided at all costs if you are sick.
This can be more easily said than done if you are addicted.
A bit like a smoker who continues to smoke when they have lung cancer, its the same thing, addiction.
We all do things we know are not good for us and that seems to be part of our humanism. But when these behaviours are driving us to the grave we need to find a way to release them, if we choose to, and preferably without suffering.
The techniques I teach are to release addictions.
We are born in with addictions, we inherit stuff then we learn stuff then we do stuff and all of this is stored in the subconscious.
I have actually not craved anything this time. I look forward to a big creamy raw juice but as for the old stuff my main weakness is coffee with coo juice and I have not had any craving at all.
I have done a lot of releasing on the inherited crap I may have involving arthritis as that is what the body was starting to do. I have watched my dads family for decades and pain is something they accepted, but not me. I want to practise yoga, climb mountains, board down them free from aches and pains. That is my goal, that is where my focus, attention, intention and faith is going.
When I work one to one with people who are so called incurably ill I ask them to say "I am healing" and see how it feels.
Then I work on that belief.
You see you get what you believe you will.
This is critically important in healing.
If you accept the death sentence and take no action, the inevitable will follow.
So I am following my own advice and healing this arthritis potential now before it gets a grip.
I am healing. What about you?