Posts Tagged ‘buddha’

Given the optimal chemical elements ( Which are natural fruits
and vegetables in their raw form derived from the most fertile
organic land available) the human body can heal very, very
fast once you have established a solid healthy and well body.

 

These words mean nothing until you
experience what they have stated!

 

My experience with diet and health is all I speak of
when I speak of this subject. There is no reason now to
tell me what any dr. or professional or book tells me is
optimal for my health in most cases. I am happy that many
have, even though there is more mis-information about
health and diet than there is truth. Having tried and tested
many of dr.’s and professionals advice has led me to more
experience and greater understanding of this subject.
Having spent the last nine years at times unheathily
obcessed with the subject of health searching for some
difinitive answers, I have arrived  to what I feel is
the essential foundation for the human body to build
optimally in any direction you so choose.
I really think that Buddha has the best advice and
one that I have followed to arrive at this understanding.

 

“Don’t blindly believe what I say. Don’t believe me because
others convince you of my words. Don’t believe anything
you see, read, or hear from others, whether of authority,
religious teachers or texts. Don’t rely on logic alone,
nor speculation. Don’t infer or be deceived by appearances.”

 

“Do not give up your authority and follow blindly the will
of others. This way will lead to only delusion.”

 

“Find out for yourself what is truth, what is real.
Discover that there are virtuous things and there are
non-virtuous things. Once you have discovered for
yourself give up the bad and embrace the good.”

– The Buddha

 

Give yourself the greatest gift you can give to yourself the truth!

 

I imagine looking back at the last decade as a prolog.  Now!  The Journey continues…

 

Louis J. Auslander © 4/29/2013

This will be the fourth year that I will be giving up meat for the entire lent period. I am not of any particular religion nor do I have a problem with any of them. I have friends  that are: catholics, christians, buddhist, jewish, islamic, agnostics, atheist and have many other religion and spiritual beliefs.

I am very spiritual and believe in many different aspects of many religions. I do believe in many of the teaching of Christ and Buddha. I do not believe so much in the traditional Christian religious beliefs. The dogma and condemning of many of these religious institutions I do not feel are the way of God.

I think this year I will not return to the eating of animals. I always felt so good physically and mentally when eating this way.

I wish the best for those that are making sacrifices during this time. I would encourage those that want to better themselves to join in and better themselves during this time. If you believe or do not believe that is your choice, either way there are things we all can do to better ourselves. Doing it together gives us all more strength. I would also encourage the thought of creating lasting change for yourself rather then temporary sacrifice. Try changing the way you think and feel about your bad habits this will help you in making positive lasting change for yourself. The Best of Luck to All and God Bless!