Food is energy. Not just energy for your body to burn, but actual energy. Everything that exists is an energy field. But food deserves special consideration because you put it into your body. Like, multiple times every day. And it gets processed there. You are literally adding energy to your existing energy field.
The implications of this are far-reaching. Some foods have a higher frequency than others. As you learn to experience the unfiltered reality in front of you, you become more sensitive to frequencies. You start to understand at a deeper level of how consuming or engaging with certain energies impacts you.
From this place of deeper understanding, you naturally become more fine-tuned and health-oriented. You don’t need to will yourself into a lifestyle change. As you tune into the freshness of life, you become more attune to the energetic relationship between you and your environment. This applies to everything… food, people, pets, empty rooms, street corners, you name it. There’s an energy to everything and every space.
Cultivate awareness around the energy of everything you put in your body. Whenever you eat, it should have a purpose. If you’re eating for the sake of eating, you’re doing yourself a huge disservice. Food is at the front lines of your health. Treat your body, while you’re in it, as a machine. The proper functioning and longevity of any machine depends on the quality of its fuel. Whatever you put into your body, be aware of its frequency and know why you are putting it into your body.
You can be proactive about it. Look up what a certain food is good for. Educate yourself on why something should be avoided. This is where knowledge is power. As the warden of your temple, you should know what foods are going towards what. Nothing enters your system mindlessly.
The awareness you bring to your food intake changes your entire eating experience. You’re more connected to your food, so things taste better. The quality of ingredients starts to play a role. Origin starts to matter. Preparing food, cooking can is suddenly a lot more fun. You care about what you put in your body because what you put in your body becomes you.
Always know why you’re eating something. Is it because of certain vitamins, minerals or nutrients? What are your requirements for proteins, fats, and carbs? Are you eating to train for a marathon, or not eating because you’re fasting or detoxing? What health patterns run in your family? By becoming aware of the frequencies of what you eat, you get in touch with who you are. Conscious eating is not a diet. It’s an always-on state. To be aware of what you’re eating is to be you.
Creating awareness of food intake is often a new topic for many. But it pays tremendous dividends. You feel better, less triggered, more balanced, your healthcare costs go down, and you’re just happier all around. And why wouldn’t you? A healthy body is a healthy mind.
How energized are you?