Do you know what you’re eating?Posted by in Blog
Are you sure that you are eating the cleanest food possible?
I just saw a very depressing TED talk about the antibiotics and hormones and horrific “living” conditions that most cattle live in.
I am not completely vegetarian and when I do eat meat, I try to get it without the additives or at least without the antibiotics.
But the hormones may be even worse for our systems.
I think that the best we can do is to try to monitor where our food comes from and to prepare it from scratch. Not only does this insure that it is not improperly handled, but we get the chance to give it our love or even to bless it as we cook it. It makes a world of difference, uplifting the vibration of the food.
This is the food that we ingest, allowing it to incorporate (literally become a part of our bodies) and to nourish us.
I guess the best bet is to eat organic produce or grow it yourself if possible.
I have herbs in my garden that I love to cook with. It’s a pleasure to just go outside and pick what I need, asking the plant’s permission before taking a clipping. This way it is honored and it will provide the cutting with the highest vibration possible.
You can also pot herbs and keep them in the kitchen too.
So before you buy that processed package, take a moment to see if it is something that you can prepare yourself. It will give you a chance to infuse it with your loving energy!
The same goes for the water you drink. Bless it with your love, allowing that love to then circulate in your body.
It can make a world of difference in how you feel and function.
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Wishing you self love by loving and nurturing your food,
Love and Blessings,
Copyright Rhonda Joy Eagle, 2015
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