I received an email testimonial from one of my readers last week, who purchased my Health For Life program.
Here is what Khandro said:
“I am a 39 French Buddhist nun.
When I am on a raw plant-based diet, my life is totally different. I am happy, full with energy, and my spiritual life is just amazing. When I don’t, I am only obsessed with what I will eat next and with staying in bed.
I just finished reading your eBook, Health for Life, and I wanted to thank you for your amazing work. I have been trying to switch to a raw food diet for more than 4 years now, and always failed after a few weeks. Thanks to your book, I finally understand why:
– Until now I wasn’t eating enough calories (only 1400). What I thought was detox effects (fatigue, depression) was, in fact, a lack of energy because I wasn’t eating enough. I have increased the amount of food as you advised and I feel so much better.
– Also, I wasn’t eating enough green leaves. When I read your “at least two lettuce heads a day”, I realised my mistake.
– The chapter about addiction is very helpful. It changed my perspective on what I thought was an addiction to junk food. Actually, this is just my body in pain from previous junk food ingestion. The first view seems hopeless while the second gives the solution: if I stick to this diet, the body pain and depression will just disappear and that’s it!
I would like to express my deep gratitude for the skilful way you share your knowledge and your experience. I hope your work will help a lot of people to succeed in eating a healthy diet and enable them to start living.”
I am so grateful that Reverend Khandro is managing to overcome her various health issues thanks to reading my program.
When I started writing my eBook I knew what I wanted to do.
I wanted to include all the information in the program that I thought it was necessary, but I didn’t want my readers to feel overwhelmed.
Sadly, most people don’t like reading books these days, which I think it is an enormous mistake when trying to learn natural health.
You can watch a million videos on YouTube, but unless you are able to connect the dots and understand how your body actually works, you’ll never fully get it.
So I made sure that I wrote my program in a concise way and kept all the important stuff. And I’m thrilled it is making such an impact.
The issue of addiction is an important one. Most people are scared of addictions because they think they are weak for admitting they have one. Sadly, that’s how society sees addiction: as a disease.
When in reality, addiction is NOT an illness.
Addiction causes illness and dis-ease (lack of ease), but addictive behaviour is not a medical disorder in itself, like tuberculosis, diabetes, or cancer.
All addictions are psychological in nature. You ought to know that there is no such thing as a physiological addiction, since it is physically impossible to be addicted to something that is harmful to us.
The physical craving for drugs, and the nervousness and irritableness that people experience when they use drugs (such as tobacco, alcohol, heroin, etc.), as well as consuming certain foods such as wheat, is not an addiction in itself, but a cry of distress.
These symptoms are the complaints of an injured body.
By consuming more drugs, you merely provide relief to those symptoms. Yet we must understand that it is the consumption of drugs and wrong foods in the first place that creates the problem.
When you understand the simple mechanisms of addiction and why it is important to get full control of your habits, you’ll be much better equipped to stop consuming certain foods, as well as stop using other drugs.
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