Food nourishes our body, mind, conscience and soul.
By helping our body remain healthy, our mind will also work better, and we will achieve greater balance. Moreover, if our mind and conscience are supported by good activity, our body will also feel better.
After eating a meal that was too big, too small or not well cooked, we have all felt tired, depressed and irritable.
The same happens if you eat when you are anxious, angry or nervous – you may not digest the food at all. You may get a headache or feel some other discomfort.
It is interesting to observe that eating changes our mood, mental attitude, feelings, propensity to more or less lofty thoughts.
If we eat a well-designed diet, we feel better and do not get sick. We can plan our diet to achieve a desired physical, mental or spiritual result.
It is not sufficient for athletes to simply eat, they also have to train, just like scientists, who must study. The results are exponentially more effective if you add mystical practices to your activities.
The Ayurveda dietary models, Chinese dietetics and Steiner’s philosophy explain in detail the processes that can be adapted to every individual’s constitution.
It should also be noted that physical diseases, not linked to the passing of time and our constitution, are most often of a psychological nature.
By adopting a healthy diet, doing appropriate physical activity and with a balanced psyche, we can extend our life expectancy as we will be less sick. Thus, it is also possible to avoid obstacles linked to our constitution and Karma, as the predisposition of every human to these is linked to the activities that are carried out.