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This blog allows me to say what I want. I posted this on GE Free BC: http://gefreebc.wordpress.com/2010/08/05/choosing-healthy-foods-now-called-a-mental-disorder/
There is a wider gap of disconnect between the “experts” and those who live through spirit. Growing food and putting your hands in the dirt to create something is an experience like no other. So is having the luxury of eating it all when it’s grown. But lately, perhaps because of the growing numbers of people healing without medication, the “doctors” have found a way to label us and slot us into a disorder. Here’s a saying from “Course In Miracles” that comes to mind, for those that don’t “get” us:
HEAL: “Health is the result of relinquishing all attempts to use the body Lovelessly.”
Perhaps we are not crazy: just more aware of how this Universe works, beyond the mechanical and mindful methodology of science. It is the foundation behind “why” I grow food and work with others to do the same.