Food and Religion, did you know it’s all part of the same package?
Does the food we eat support us to stay connected or to re-connect to the inner-most aspect of ourselves, our soul?
Does the food we choose to put into our bodies sustain us throughout the day and night to be all that we truly are – to be the best aspect of ourselves – for ourselves and others?
Does eating food allow our bodies to be left feeling light enough to know that we are more than just flesh and bones – that we are grand beyond measure, that we are divine?
The above questions allow us to consider our relationship with food along with the deeper questions about the meaning of life. Food and religion, two words relevant to all because everyone eats food and 84% of people according to google belong to a religion.
How we treat our bodies with food affects many things, for example, our feelings, thoughts and behavior. Most of the time we choose foods that –
If we are now considering that food choices can have a huge impact on our daily choices and that at times our food choices actually harm our body rather than bring healing to it then we may be open to hearing that what we choose to eat can come from a place of disconnection with ourselves and thus what we choose to eat feeds the separation we already feel within.
I am sure most of us have experienced eating food at lunch time that dulls us, makes us sleepy or even grumpy which then has an impact on how we are in the afternoon. We may become less productive, reactive with others or choose to hide ourselves away and not want to connect with other people or even worse we eat more food to try and change what we are feeling, the pick me up sugar hit would be familiar to many.
The food choices most of us are making are confirming that we only see ourselves as a human body and not a soulfull being of love that deserves to be feeling light, lovely and gorgeous all the time. The very sad fact is that feeling truly vital, well and healthy is a long forgotten memory for most who are living now.
When does, our body get to rest from digesting food?
Can food be part of the same package as religion?
“If you understand what religion truly is, then everything is religion.”
Serge Benhayon Esoteric Teachings & Revelations, p 46 –
Maybe we haven’t been able to place food and religion at the same table because the food we eat plus how often we eat doesn’t allow this to be received by our body? Food is most definitely a big part of religion and developing a relationship with food and our bodies is paramount if we want to have a body where we can feel our inner-most most if not all the time. In fact, in religious terms we are all capable of developing a kingly body.
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The purpose of food is to nourish our body, rather than to numb ourselves from all that we feel or to escape from life, and as such, we can make healthier and wiser choices for ourselves when choosing what to eat. Eating can become an action that supports us to stay connected to the grandness that we are. We can eat in a way that supports us to stay aware, connected and receptive to everything that is going on around us.
There are people living today that are making choices to support the inner-most aspect of themselves and as such they are feeling a vitality and well-ness that has long been forgotten. One such man is Serge Benhayon, his family and many who are students of The Way of The Livingness.
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