Living a plant-based lifestyle saved my life
My experiences with animal-based proteins were uncomfortable. Having diarrhea from pork, constipation from beef, and being grossed out by eggs made giving them up easy. My menstrual cycle was erratic, plus I felt like I was going through a metamorphosis each time I had my period.
Salmon and dairy were the hardest to give up. Making a dill-sea salt rub for the salmon then broiling it with butter was phenomenal. I kissed myself. Cheese was a joy. Havarti, smoked gouda, brie. Blue cheese was my favorite. I ate the crumbles like popcorn. The last time I ate blue cheese had me doubled over, vomiting and battling nausea and sweating.
The biggest concern that I had was maintaining my weight as a vegan. Eating more beans, root vegetables and gluten-free grains (amaranth, teff, quinoa) helped me maintain my weight. My period was even a joy to experience.
Spirit nudged me for about two years to become a raw vegan. I was like, heck no! It was more about not enjoying sweet potato fries; warm oatmeal with raisins, almonds and maple syrup; or Indian food.
As it turns out, a raw vegan diet helps me sense Spirit stronger. My clairvoyance and clairsentience have strengthened.
Other psychic mediums have shared their diet changes and relationships with Spirit. Being grounded is important, so beans, root vegetables, nuts, and seeds are vital.
I only needed to be raw temporarily to understand how diet and spirit work together. But, Spirit wants me to be primarily raw to maintain my connection. I have to stay grounded when giving psychic mediumship readings.
Many people say they are vegan for social and environmental reasons. It was never my motivations. I do love animals. Pet sitting has been the way for me to care for them. They also ground my energy. The thought of eating them has become uncomfortable as I connect with them through caregiving. They are spirits having a physical experience just as we are.
I won’t lie. I think about eating cheese, but that incident with the blue cheese straightens me out. Plus, I’ve been linking the craving for cheese to unresolved issues with the mother. We suckle the breast for nutrition, love and warmth. Closeness. The more I practice self-care the less I think about it.
Are you vegan? Considering it? Have you considered the spiritual connection between you and food?