Caption: Mindfulness Clear your Mind
I wish I was that good at mindfulness, to be able to just wipe away everything like clicking a delete button, then focus on nothing. I can do it, but it’s normally due to medications and I black out and sleep. Nothing mind full in sleep like that, more like mind-void. It’s not relaxing or comforting it just like a light switch… Off then on…
Chato StewartMental Health Humor CartoonistDepression Bipolar Support Alliance AmbassadorConsumer Peer Ambassador South West Fla.WEGO Health Activist Awards – Hilarious Health Activist Winnerpsychological disorders Mirth Artist
In the last two blog posts, I talked about getting our mind and our body conditioned to a weight loss program – NOT a diet. Everyone has been “going green” these days. You may think going green is about helping to save the world and the environment.
But for my purposes, I’m going green. Yes, I’m going green like asparagus and broccoli only so I can eat them up! If we want to lose weight and maintain a healthy mind and body, we need to do one thing… EAT LIVING FOOD!
I’ve been reading a new book from author Harvey Diamond. He is co-author of the international best seller, Fit For Life, which transformed the world’s understanding of healthy living – not to mention, sold over 13 million copies. Harvey Diamond’s new book, Eat For Life, has helped me look at food differently. Mr. Diamond refers to two types of food groups; not proteins, not fats, not dairy and not starches. No, he makes it so simple that even I can understand it…two categories: Living and Dead!
“You want to lose weight…feel better…have more energy and live a long, HEALTHY life? Eat more living FOOD then DEAD food!“ – Eat For Life
I’m working on replacing 40% to 50% of my meals with raw-living-food! I believe this process is helping me. Besides, did you ever see an obese Cannibal? I was so encouraged after I shared my weight-loss goals on Facebook that Harvey Diamond himself commented on my progresses:
“Hey Chato, sounds like you’re doing really great and have a fabulous attitude (always important). So happy for you–I wish you continued success.”