My Vegan Journey and Then Some
This is a blog I wrote in 2011 about my vegan journey up until that point. Increasingly people are feeling called to change their lives, which includes their diet to reflect their new beliefs, energetic shifts, and perspectives, as well as the growth, awareness, and compassion increasing in their lives, which often leads to curiosity about others’ and my own journey and choices. So, I thought this might be good to reshare even though my life is dramatically different since this post. I’ve continued to shift, although never stray from being 100% vegan, but have found life to increasingly be about balance, listening to what my body feels naturally rather than rigid/controlling ideas and extremes, shifting to high cooked vegan, rather than all or high raw (perhaps somewhere in the 80/20 range if you “have” to label it), and truly feeling the most peaceful, balanced, grounded, and supported with my life journey and being able to manifest abundantly, the spiritual through physical. I feel that many are reviewing their lives at this time and what adjustments might be more supportive of the new they are wanting to create and along with that comes the embrace and love of ourselves, which will then guide you on the most authentic/essence-based path because you’ll hear the true voice within and honor it. I’ll likely share another more up-to-date reblog tomorrow on discovering my harmony zone that will expound upon this vegan lifestyle and food choices, which have led me to where I am now, taking you on a very vulnerable inside look at my path to greater wholeness, health and vitality, as this theme feels of importance currently. Much love and peace to you, as you continue your journey.
My personal journey led me on a natural progression
to follow a raw vegan diet, which for me was simply a process of
becoming aware that my body was telling me what my soul already
knew and desired. A time for change and evolution was to take place for
me. I realized that my body had reacted cellularly, even before it could
Eating products from animals would affect my stomach, making
me feel ill and certain products would also make me cough with extreme
and irritated congestion. As a sensitive and empath, anything relating to animals would affect me greatly.
The more I opened myself up to embracing who I was, acknowledging the
path I was on and where it was to lead me, the more it manifested in my life
clearly, as to the steps I needed to personally take in terms of everything, including my conscious food choices. This helped to align myself…
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