Re: Utility of rawfoodism
- Dear Peter,
Thanks for your message.
I am committed to raw for myself and I am interested in the process
of moving from cooked to raw.
It seems to me to be a learning process akin to quiting smoking or
learning the clarinet.
I am interested in the practise of learning to eat raw rather than a
Eating raw is a physical thing, something that can be practised, like
I am lucky in that I live surrounded by fresh, fruit and vegetable
markets, all in walking distance. The only thing stopping me eating
raw, is me.
Or is it me? Perhaps I am engaged in a learning process that involves
eating cooked then raw so that my body, my mind and my friends learn
the benefits of raw.
I do like the idea of proceeding one bite at a time, then digesting,
not only the delicious fruit and vegetables, but my feelings and
thoughts as well.
Nice to hear from you,
I too have often thought that the population of rawfoodists could
supply interesting information to itself as well as to the
world at large.
Many studies have doubtless been made in varying areas of the science
of rawfoodism and there would seem little point in repeating what is
Certainly the area which seems at the forefront of interest for this
is the transition from cooked to raw and flirting with both sides of
For you the perceptions of being on one side or the other seem to be of
Of couse putting together such a study is no simple matter but if
anyone would like to dig into this resource, I, for one, would
know what might be revealed.
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I would be more interested in knowing what you think and feel.
Changing to raw is a wonderful opportunity to discover how you think
As you move between cooked and raw it is good to notice how you think
and feel on raw, then on cooked.
It may be an idea to make a simple record of how you feel on raw and
how you feel on cooked.
I would like you to share this difference in feeling with all of us
We are sympathetic to you and are doing the same as you.
Changing your diet is as profound as changing your religion.
Over a long period of time you could expect profound changes in the
way you think and feel however it is important to take it one bite at
a time and not only to digest your food but to be aware of and digest
your new thoughts and feelings.
If you take it slowly and patently, one bite at a time, you will
enjoy your tucker and start to enjoy your feelings.
And we would like you to share them with us.
> I found this an interesting article. What do you guys think? RogerTo unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
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