You’ve heard the saying: When the WHY is big enough, the HOW’s look after themselves. Well, following the raw food lifestyle is certainly no exception and indeed, this is vital to the whole process.
I really am loving being asked questions every time I meet people and am so enjoying being able to respond and share my process.
As I have said so many times, this whole journey is mine and I do not advocate that any of you stop eating cooked food and join me in this process. This space is for me to share my experiences and talk about potential obstacles and hurdles I encounter as well as tell you about my triumphs along the way.
It feels a bit like the Superman films where they tell you that you can watch but to please not attempt to do what Superman is doing…..
Because if you do, then you are doing it at your own risk. And just to put you in the picture, here are some of the risks involved.
You might involuntarily become more energised. You might unwillingly regulate your weight. Your digestion might improve hugely. You might feel lighter and happier. You might experience an amazing burst of creativity, get smoother skin and all sorts of things. If you attempt to emulate my lifestyle you could even find your health hugely improves. And that’s just touching the tip of the iceberg.
So just become aware of what you would have to take responsibility for…. just sayin’.
I just want you to be aware of what you might be exposing yourself to if you spend time reading my posts and watching my videos.
And I think I could really make a list as long as my arm of things that I have noticed that have improved since starting this transition. However, everything is always in perfect balance and it would also be fair of me to say that it takes a bit of willpower as well as an accountability buddy to weather the storm and get to where you want to be.
It’s always just a question of what is important to you in your life. I can measure my progress by how highly I value this way of being. At the end of the day, there’s no arguing with my values.