Re: Meditation and Diet/Food flights of fancy
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff Belyea"
> Thanks, Nina. I can alwaysYea, ain't that the truth!
> count on you to counterpoint.
> No doubt you are a crackerjackLOL. You know, you aren't the first
> architect (and that's not meant
> in any denigrating way), but I
> would bet you dollars to donuts...
> make that, cash to carrot sticks...
> that when it came to your
> professional training of choice,
> you were torn between law
> and architecture. Right?
to ask me that about law. I've been
told that I'd make a good lawyer.
I can't imagine why. Must be one of
grammars Gene wrote of on Nondual
> Now, not wanting to precipitate:) Hey, eat what makes you happy,
> a food fight, I will simply reply
> that I was reporting my personal
> experience for those with whom
> it would resonate. If a T-Bone
> before you tuck in makes you
> sleep like a log, good for you.
> Atkins smiles from the heavenlies.
> As for me, I am mostly a
> wife-encouraged raw foodist,
> pretty much a vegartarian,
> but at core, and as long as
> MacDonalds keeps their
> double cheeseburger on
> the dollar menu, at risk
> of backsliding. That would
> make me a flexitarian, I guess.
> I'll eat what's available, or
> whatever finds its way to
> my plate. I've just noticed,
> as you mentioned that you
> have, that eating light seems
> to quiet the inner noise
> and, especially at waking,
> a very peaceful and content
> feeling is noticed.
or at least not hungry.
> Always enjoy your poignantI bet you'd enjoy them more if I'd
> points of view.
only agree with you. /grin/
May your food agree with you more
than I do. Hehe..