Our planet is teeming with all sorts of beings: minerals, plants, animals, and humans. Then there are beings we don’t see, who inhabit other planes and dimensions, operating on invisible but fundamental aspects of our reality, such as the vital plane and the psychic plane. Ancient traditions defined the former as “etheric”, the latter as “astral”.
Every being on Earth has a different degree of evolution corresponding to its place on the scale of creativity. Human beings, more than others, have evolved to the point of being able to produce something unique: thoughts. One might think that we only produce material goods, but in reality all that we produce, however sophisticated, exists only because first we have thought it. The physical representation is merely the result of our thoughts, a by-product of something that the other visible beings on Earth are not yet able to create.
Animals, plants and even minerals can produce intelligent effects and forms, but they can only do so by following responses to stimuli received from the external sources, not elaborated internally. A wise man would be right in saying that these stimuli “come from their spiritual Guides“.
Every group of beings has its own spiritual Guide.
As human beings we actually use thoughts. We have been developing them over the course of millennia, in many instances making mistakes from which to learn.
The main mistake – or better yet, experience – which we have been making until now has been that of using thoughts to primarily satisfy our material needs and impulses. This has given rise to a predatory and egotistical society that causes great damage to our ecosystem and the beings who inhabit it, including us.
Over the past few decades, something beautiful and new has begun to emerge: an age of development and conscience is introducing a new element to thoughts, which is unconditional Love for others, for Earth and its beings. This impulse is growing stronger within us, and it will lead us to produce more creative and qualitatively better thoughts, for the well-being of our planet.
Let us thus say that the kind of thoughts which better us are those which spring from the heart…
In order to properly undertake this delicate and vital task we require the most suitable energies. Thoughts circulate throughout the cosmos, in the world of ideas which Plato spoke of so eloquently. In order to gather these thoughts and make them ours, or to produce new and effective ones of our own, we need a few important elements that are fortunately available on the material plane of existence.
There is a vital “etheric” energy which flows within us. It is an expression of divine love. If this energy diminishes we get sick, and if it leaves us, life ends. This energy is also the fuel of thought. One of the effects of a decrease in this energy is that the divine love within us lessens and in turn our thoughts are weakened. We end up thinking slovenly thoughts which lack creativity, thoughts which are hardly free and are devoid of vitality. The body itself, starved of love and vitality, will fall ill.
We gather this “etheric” energy from the cosmos, through the vitality which is present in all things, which ancient wise men referred to as “prana”. We also receive it on a daily basis through food.
Aside from nourishing our physical body, food has the specific task of strengthening and vitalising our thoughts, as long as the food itself is rich in “etheric” or vital energy. When we eat food we also assimilate ideas, thought forms that are linked to the way in which the spiritual or the human world have produced that kind of food. In designing a fruit, the spiritual world will have infused it with enormous wisdom and love, not for its own gain but for the creatures of Earth, in order to support them in their growth.
Food is therefore also a carrier of energies which contain great ideas and great love.
Obviously this will take place only when the food we eat hasn’t been devitalized, altered or modified before reaching our tables, when it corresponds to the divine project of giving nourishment to our body, vitality and soul, our “daily bread” of sacred provenance.
So you may ask yourself why a portion of our modern agriculture and food industry does all it can to supply us with dull, altered foods which are devoid of life and love?
Because the dark powers of this world want to block the growth of human conscience, which bases itself on the ability to freely think wise and loving thoughts and to transform them into actions that can positively change our world. Lack of awareness and egotistical, predatory forces strive for profit above all else. In exchange for money, they give in to the seductive power of chemistry, GMOs, additives, colouring agents, radiation, and the ability to prepare and conserve certain foods out of laziness or for the sake of “efficiency”.
Such foods not only lack vitality, love and the sustenance required for strong thoughts but their helpful positivity is further diminished by the fact that the production and distribution chain is loveless, operating instead on a predatory level.
Foods which undergo such treatments weaken our physical bodies, reduce our vitality and dampen our ability to produce thoughts and love. They make us less free and more easily controllable by the dark forces, which have gained power over our food production and distribution networks as well as our governments and financial institutions.
So which foods should we choose for ourselves and the people around us?
Carefully chosen organic foods which haven’t been altered from their original design. Foods which haven’t had their vital energies removed, but rather amplified with cultivation, production and distribution processes inspired by loving awareness. The more we consume these products, the more we will obligate the production chains to distribute them. We will reclaim our individual and social freedom from the organizations which want to enslave us by using their obsession with profit against them.
Some may say that organic food is expensive and that not everyone can afford it. That isn’t exactly so. We can choose to eat organic by spending less on other things which may not be as important. We can reduce the quantity of food we consume, which is often excessive. Consciousness will always find a way, and the more we buy organic the more the prices will drop.
Let us choose food which will properly nourish our body and our consciousness! It can be done.