September 6, 2017
Excellent release work! The fasting always helps release the physical that holds the mental/emotions stored within the cellular structure. One thing we have consistently spoken about regarding fasting is “after-the-fact”.
You are doing the pre-fasting mental preparation. You are making it through the fast. But what happens “post fast” is just as important as all of the other parts of the process.
Breaking your fast is important. I highly suggest slightly steamed veggies, such as shredded cabbage and carrots with lemon juice and/or some type of organic vinegar, sea salt and pepper. You have to get your body going; you have to re-start the peristaltic action of the intestines; you have to scrub out the toxins that have been released into your digestive track.
The important thing is not to fill back up with what you just got rid of! This is why the mental work is so important. This is also why you may get cranky and irritable when you stop shoveling food in! You have nothing placating the body so you don’t have to look at the emotions.
Go into the crankiness and irritability to determine “why do I feel this way?”
“Is my body hungry? Am I bored? Do I want to eat even if my body isn’t hungry? Why?”
You cannot ask too many “why’s”.
And the deeper you go with your questioning, the deeper the answers, which can be extremely uncomfortable. You must go into your discomforts or they will rule and challenge you for as many days as you walk this Earth and beyond.
And when you pull them out, you must replace what you no longer need with something.
This is why I highly recommend Medium Green for emotional healing and Pale Pink for unconditional love and acceptance of Self.
Breathe out the “bad” and breathe in the “good”. If you only breathe out the “bad” you are going to be left with a lot of empty holes.
As soon as you feel stressed, you are going to either call back in what you just released, or create more! or both!
In the same way, when you break your fast, observe the body when it knows it can have food. Does it control you? or do you control it?
What are you going to put in the body, now that it can eat?
What are you going to put in your mind?
Are there too many food choices? Are there too many mind-pattern choices?
Is it easier to choose foods when there are less choices?
Is it easier to choose what to think, feel, do, be with fewer choices?
Do you think that when you do your release work that you have a tendency to call back in (or make more) of what you just released?
How do you fill the empty spaces that are left behind? or do you?
How do you fill the physical body after the fast?
If you really love junk food/fast food, should you never eat that?