Question: “What is the root of good health?”
Digestion is primary to good health in ALL of us. No exceptions. Our cells must be able to consume nutrition, digest it, and excrete waste. When any of these become out of balance the result is a downward spiral of poor health and disease process.
If we consume foods that require more energy to digest than we get back, we get “old age degeneration.” These are also called ‘Deficit Foods”.
Becoming accustomed to eating whole, fresh foods means that you will eventually want less and less of the things we love to indulge in, like chocolate, pastries, and lattes. And when you do indulge, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that these longed-for goodies no longer seem to pack the same punch.
Yes, you MAY be asked to give up coffee and sugar, but it’s not that hard when you get to eat moderate amounts of cultured cream, cultured butter, raw honey and the most wonderful fresh vegetables, fruits, and quality proteins.
Question: “Do we ever arrive at perfect health?”
But, seeing more subtlety, feeling more sensitivity, and riding a current of what many call, “The Natural State” becomes more obvious.
Having more energy and enthusiasm are also side-effects. But pursued for their own end usually results in suffering eventually. Embodiment is about living what we know to be true, no matter what the cost.
Living from this uncontrived natural state offers the resources of the entire universe (The One, The Unborn) as opposed to our own contrived notions about what is good or bad for us or others.
This is a very subtle and confusing process, but it is also our birthright. Our health, clarity, enthusiasm, drives, compulsions, and sense of connection all improve with letting go of resistance and “letting the river carry us.”
Surrender. What does it feel like? Can we get out of our heads and concepts and really feel? What does it mean to really be here, in this moment?
Question: “What does Health Alchemy mean?”
The beauty of trying a food, herb, or experience, then seeing the effects is my passion.
Alchemy is a process of forces, elements, and phenomena changing to something else. In dis-ease, these forces and elements are at odds with others, put very simply.