Junk food of consciousness

Without a doubt, daily bread refers not only to the daily intake of calories from pizza, hamburgers, meat, potatoes, veggies or junk food; it also includes the intake of heavy-duty negative consciousness calories, the kinds that make us sick.

by Sherry Anshara —

“Give us this day our daily bread,” is a very profound statement found in the Lord’s Prayer. Without a doubt, daily bread refers not only to the daily intake of calories from pizza, hamburgers, meat, potatoes, veggies or junk food; it also includes the intake of heavy-duty negative consciousness calories, the kinds that make us sick.

We can actually add physical weight because of the volume of heavy emotional molecules that surround us and affect our health. These “weighty” molecules penetrate our entire beings … consumed through a diet of negativity. This negative food source can be fed to us through pessimistic thinking and non-supportive, dysfunctional relationships.

Perhaps it is time to consider what we are allowing ourselves to eat. Examine the selections we are choosing from platters of daily bread that do not nurture us or support us to live healthy productive lives. What kinds of words are we eating? What words are eating at us that make us sick, make us feel disempowered, make us feel less than or victims of someone or something?

If the words we hear or the words we say to ourselves about ourselves are not providing us with the sustenance to nourish us daily, then why include them as part of our food of consciousness? Let us get rid of the junk food of consciousness that is eating us alive. Let us stop serving ourselves daily junk food — immediately.

What if we started feeding and nurturing ourselves with upbeat self-talk, with positive daily affirmations, with productive relationships that made us feel uplifted and connected? Let us begin each day with a renewed appetite, hungry for an inspiring feast of daily bread which will provide us with a food pyramid that offers a healthy foundation for living each day to the fullest. Let us feed ourselves from a harvest of healthy thoughts and ideas and let our lives flow and our lights shine! Feast and enjoy … bon appetite!

 

Sherry Anshara is an author, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness and originator of The QuantumPathic Energy Medicine Methodology. With a medical intuitive practice in Scottsdale, Ariz. 480-609-0874, www.quantumpathic.com or sherryanshara@quantumpathic.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 25, Number 6, December 2006/January 2007.

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