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We are currently staying at my boss’s house, while they go overseas to visit family. Well, they have this very cute dog called Trigger and when we got here, we were told about how poor Trigger has had to have his balls chopped off because he had problems with his prostate. Well, this really got me thinking…. why do pets get sick, while animals in the wild don’t seem to suffer from things like Cancer, being overweight or any of those other “human” conditions?
As we unpacked the house and discovered the notes on what to feed the dog, during our stay, it all became really clear. See, poor Trigger lives on Homebrand biscuits, a meat roll which is made up of Poloni and other fake meats and cheap dogs meat. He is a fairly young dog but has already developed issues with his prostate. What does this express to you?
A few posts ago, I considered that perhaps our condition of Endometriosis was partly in our heads. That perhaps our emotions had triggered our condition. Though I do believe dogs and pets have developed some kind of “personality”, I certainly don’t believe they manifest strong emotions in their bodies – though some friends of mine would disagree with that statement. 🙂
I do know that our emotions play a part in our healing as they create a certain level of stress in the body, which prevents natural healing but perhaps this connection that is staring us all in the face, is a more scientific and to be honest, much more controllable than simply healing the emotional side?
Here is another more complete picture. Perhaps the food that we eat can create a weakness in the body. Not just a physical weakness but an emotional weakness – have you ever noticed how much harder things are in life when you are feeling tired? This physical weakness due to poor diet, makes our emotional strength lower. We therefore feel life’s struggles much harder, which then manifest in our psyche and ultimately our subconscious. If we were feeling physically fit and strong, chances are these life’s emotional issues would probably not affect us in quite the same way. I know for me, I was emotional and I think it was because of the endo, rather than the other way around.
David Wolfe actually said that once. Something about, if we all ate super rich, nutritious foods that there would be no more anger and hatered in the world. This actually makes alot of sense.
So, coming back to Trigger (the dog) and my connection between our diet and our health…..
What I believe has happened is that we were already in a weakened state from a poor western diet when Endometriosis came a knocking. Yes, an emotional trigger might have brought it down to a deeper level or perhaps chosen where this disease would manifest itself in our bodies but ultimately the weakness already existed. I know for me, I suffered with a weakened system since I was quite young. I had Jaundice as a baby and to me, this weakness was never really fixed growing up. I was always cold, struggled with nausea and motion sickness and just seemed to get sick quite abit.
Okay, so this being true, what is a our strategy for healing?
To me, we still need to release the emotional triggers in our bodies as they are now manifested in there and until they get let out, will keep bringing up unnecessary stress when we think of anything that relates to these emotions. Secondly, we need to work doubly hard to replace and make up for lost time. All those years of eating foods that weren’t super nutitious and advantageous to our bodies has done enough damage! It is time to replace the over-processed, refined and pesticide ridden foods with organic, pure and highly nutritious foods!
James had a cat, years ago and he fed this cat nothing but Kangaroo Meat and Chicken necks. This cat had the most shiny coat and the most loving nature. Draw your own conclusions…. are we what we eat? Could it all just be that simple to solve?
Would love your thoughts girls…. do you agree, disagree? Think there is more to it than this? Have we not considered other factors in the equation?