Tonight I will be participating in a cleansing ritual with a friend of mine (another person who discovered just how badly they were reacting to gluten and why its the cause of all the world's evils and political corruption.)
We had a lifelong addiction to glutenous foods and SAD-approved foods and we managed to shake off those habits over the course of 2 years. I feel like our health journeys are both coming to a close (we are both pretty much where we want and need to be in our "health level." I feel like a 10 on most days now.
But the threat and temptation of gluten and A1 casein and gut dysbiosis always looms overhead, ready to strike at any moment. We will be asking the spirits during our candlelit ritual for the emotional strengths to overcome any physical temptation and threat. The spirits usually give us some thoughts of wisdom and positive energy to take back into our daily lives. Then we distribute that positive energy anytime we encounter negative influences (not just bad food.)
Has anyone else done ritual cleansing/warding gluten spirits away with incense, candles and psilocybin? I think the one thing vegetarians have on paleo people is that they try to be more spiritually enlightened than paleos/omnivorous people.
Is it a real question or just for laughs? Thank you so much - I laughed very hard reading it. Colbert is not on this week so I needed some entertainment. I must admit, you are pretty funny.
Also, while at it, could you ward away some sugar and ice cream cravings for me? I am sure it can work long distance. I am miles away from you but the vibe will reach me with a powerful wave of quantum particles.
And also - nuts overindulgence - I would love to ward off that spirit too.
I get bored with the same old foods every day. Can those purification rituals make me fall in love with vegetables once again?
Will you be doing coffee enemas as a part of your cleansing ritual or is it totally spiritual? Will you be calling on spirits of our ancestors, the Paleo cavemen?
Thank you one more time for you positive energy. I am already feeling it.
Oh, and go easy on psilocybin, I would stick to coffee enemas (with cream) instead.
I'm pagan, so I'm familiar with ritual for personal transformation, but I have never seen the need to do ritual to change my eating habits. Personally, I think you may be taking things a bit too seriously, but if it works for you, then do it, and nuts to what anyone else thinks.
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