Saturday, January 23, 2010

How to Eat

Doctors repeatedly warn us not to overeat, for over-eating stresses the entire digestive system and prevents the proper digestion of food. The half- digested food then forms a putrid, decaying mass in the body and poisons our blood stream, and ultimately weakens the entire system. Actually, how you eat is as important as what you eat. If you eat hurriedly, or in a tired, disturbed, or unhappy state of mind, your food will not be digested properly and all it's nutrition will be lost. When the mind is upset, the entire body becomes upset as well. Photographs of the stomachs of individuals in a state of anger show the stomach to be swollen,rigid and red, with no pliability or natural peristaltic motion. Obviously digestion is impossible in such a state of mind and body. When we eat in a disturbed mood, not only is the food not digested properly, but this undigested food produces very harmful acids and toxins in our body-it would have been better not to have eaten at all.
For this reason you should try to eat as much as possible in a peaceful mood, in serene and happy surroundings; avoid noisy and unpleasant restaurants. It is advisable to pause in silence for a moment before eating to calm the mind and remember that the food is actually, in its essence, pure consciousness. Then eat with others in a joyous atmosphere, and remember-laughter aids digestion!!!

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