A Woman Who Fears that a Burrito is Bad… Is Bad for Eating a Burrito.

Two women share a burrito. The first woman fears the burrito is bad. The second woman knows the burrito is love. Which woman suffers with digestive issues?

You have never known an empathetic salad and you have never met a self-centered burrito.

It is time to stop thinking that food is “good” or “bad”.

We homosapiens made up these words with our wise minds and somewhere along the way, wiring got crossed and we started using words and food as a way to hurt ourselves.

This type of thinking is detrimental to your mental and physical well being and if you want to free yourself from the internal battle with food, you must see food for what it is. Love.

During my 4 years of growing food I encountered hundreds, if not, thousands of food items. I learned that growing food is one of the most demanding and under paid careers that a human can choose. And this is not because the food is offensive, vulgar or manipulative. It is because farmers are a slaves to nature and our society has forgotten how valuable nature is.

The fertile the soil, the clean the air, mineral dense spring water and the sound and light that flow from our sun and universe, all determine the nutritional density of the end product… Its DNA determines whether its a banana or a human being.

As a farmer, ideally, what you are doing is tending to the earth. You are creating a fertile garden for the seeds to grow. If the soil is dry, you must water it, if the wind is too strong, you must build wind blocks, if the sun is too bright, you must create shade, and if the crops are being attacked by mice, you must invest in 1,000’s of cats. You are creating the perfect environment to enable the food grow to its fullest potential. Maybe this is why it is called Kindergarten. We are creating a loving garden for our kinders to grow to their fullest potential.

The food itself is pure love, pure God, pure nature, whatever you want to call it. It has, within it, all that it needs to grow and become whatever its DNA and environment tell it to become.

DNA holds the blueprint and the environment holds the building materials.

This is exactly the same for human beings.

Left: Color-enhanced plant roots in soil
Right: Color-enhanced Scanning Electron Micrograph (SEM) of human cortical neurons (brain cells)

When you realize that you are pure energy, pure love, pure God, pure nature, you begin to see the beauty in a burrito. A burrito is not bad. A burrito is a miracle millions of years in the making.

It is how we make our burritos that matters.

Be the change that you want to see in your burrito.

Published by Jessica CTNC

I am a Certified Transformational Nutrition Coach (CTNC). I guide women through the wonderful world of transformational science, psychology and spirituality. I remind them of how to love their bodies and love their food so that they can stop yo-yo dieting, live life on purpose, have more energy and inspire those around them to do the same.

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