The Secrets behind real energy boosting and healthy food

You are being fooled about food and energy. Most of what you consume and how you consume just miserably sustains you at the same level of energy and silently gets you addicted to this state. Discover the real potential of the “alive foods” and natural way of cooking it if you want to: Boost your energy to unprecedented levels, live longer, live healthier, uncover your full energy and creativity potential, get rid of illness and always remain in good mood.

Most of the world population eats poor food, not to say suffers from malnutrition (America, China, India, Europe). People are confused on what to eat. Urbanization does not necessarily improve alimentation quality (FAO study) and may even worsen it.

The 21st century is a place where 75% of the world’s food is generated from only 12 plants and 5 animal species. Those do not care that you eat healthy but that you get delivered their products and pay for them. Whether you will get the same value of energy your money is spent for – no one can guaranty this. Worse, it is often the opposite, you buy a very poor Food with practically no real Energy value and for a skyrocketing price.  

This is not all, the worst part is the hidden one. You think you consume normally, whereas you ignore the trap you are in – getting addicted to additives, discretely suffer from fertilizers, chemicals, bad diet and wrong conceptions about nutrition – you are being slaved in a system where your will is bent to the miserable level of energy obtained with the food you ingest.  

  1. How to get out of this trap and make the right nutrition choices?

The modern food industry leaves no place for real choice and one’s life responsibility ownership. It consists in a paradoxical equation: Standardized and Manufactured Food with Poor Energy Value = Lot of money; however, Food with Rich Energy value = Lot of Time and Effort required to find it out and select. Since Time and Effort = Money, make your conclusions…

The solution is then to: Invest time and efforts in selecting the right food and opt out for high energy value nutriments. Yet, here is the first secret that we need to release regarding the aspects of “high energy value nutriments”.

  • Secret n°1: The more you heat the food, the less energy you will get out of it once ingested, and the more harm you will get from the nutria-elements transformed through heat (carbon, transformed grass matter, etc.). Worse, you often get addicted to those transformed elements. Literally you eat dead food. There is no LIFE ENERGY left in it, no Chi or Prana, no bio-magnetic value in those dead cells. Just minerals that you force your organism to transform. Hence, you have no supply in “Life”, no supply in the most vital thing before air, water and minerals: the bio-magnetic energy.
  • Secret n°2: The system wants you to behave so, as the lack of energy will make you more depended on its food production cycle. You will therefore adjust yourself to its rhythm: you will have a breakfast, a lunch, a dinner, etc. As if you were supposed to complete some rituals. Avoid this. Lead your own way! The cycles must conform to our body’s needs rather than to any norms.
  • Secret n°3: The more naturally you feed yourself the higher value you will get out of the food. Hence, the less transformation, the better. This does not discourage your from making recipes, on the contrary – this encourages you to think of more natural recipes.  Considering yourself a carnivore or an omnivore? First, ask yourself the right questions: why am I not hunting and eating raw meat and instead let industries produce intensive livestock, brutally kill animals, cut them into pieces and then get them in my plate cooked and with a taste that has nothing to do with the raw one – a transformed dead food.

Besides humans can be omnivores when they have no other choice, they can also be smarti-vores when they do have a choice, i.e. they can eat wisely.  The latter implies prefering in a raw state most of the following high energy value items:

  • Vegetables (i.g. cruciferous greens – broccoli, brussels sprouts, chinese cabbage, kale, watercress, green leafy- chicory, leaf lettuce, spinach and sauerkraut)
  • Algae (Chorella, Spirulina, Wakame)
  • Cereals and legumes (wild corn, buckwheat, beans, lentils, maca, peanuts, cocoa, Inca peanut (sacha inchi), potatoes or sweet potatoes have no particular energy value but you can cook them with vapor from time to time).
  • Roots (all kind of root vegetables, such as carrots, igname, ams, beets, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, yuca, kohlrabi, onions, garlic, celery…)
  • Berries (all edible kinds), Seeds (i.g.: chia, flax and hemp seeds) or whole grains (amaranth, quinoa)
  • Green leaves (did you know that roots leaves have more nutritive value than the roots themselves?)
  • Mushrooms (almost no energy value, however they can serve to garment and complete some salads for example).
  • Fruits (berries such as blueberry, cape, goji), citrus, camu-camu, coconuts, lucuma, melons, watermelons, bananas, etc.
  • And sometimes fish and meat (fish – preferably raw, smoked or raw but spices-treated, meat – no recommendation provided in our article as we only recommend smoked or very softly cooked meat if you can’t restrain your habits), and all of this should be spared from overheating.
  • How to cook wisely?

Three things sum up wise cooking: enough alkalinity, proper food coding and organism cleanliness to make all ingested food effective. Note, among those, the last tip is Key.

Of course, the secrets behind wise cooking are widely described in Vedas together with their benefits. Ayurvedic recipes are widespread on internet. Do your research on it if you are interested in this but let us provide you with some concrete tricks that genuinely make difference.

  • Secret n°1: Alkalinity

According to Vedas – and put in our modern language – there has to be an alkaline balance in our body. Research indicates that 90% of our general population is far too acidic, which leads to a variety of negative health effects. For example, following Govind Kumar’s recommendation it is ideal to incorporate 2 glasses of lime juice along with the 8-12 glasses of water which is taken daily . A diet of 80% alkaline ash foods is ideal. We must maintain this ratio – 80 % alkalinity and 20% acidity for optimum health. The effects of having an alkaline body: 1) we are calm and collected 2) we have high energy level  3) our sleep patterns are deep 4) we have less colds and flus than normal  5) the immune system is  fortified  6) the body has good absorption/assimilation/digestion.

  • Secret n°2: Food coding

Not only “pH” level matters, we often overlook many other factors in our diet. Among them: the water structure and memory. Before consumed, water should be either distilled or melt, hence it should have no memory. Check out Emoto Massaru’s research on the water memory and water structure. It is just insane how much this matters to our health and general well-being. This can be considered as one of the most important parts in the food diet. There is no further explanation needed, we suggest you make research on this and experience what this means.

However, one thing we would like to stress on is the “coding” of water. By enriching water with right information (light, music, positive thoughts, prayer, intention, words, poems, pictures, frequencies and vibrations) you can incredibly and unlimitedly energize it, so you may want to take advantage of this technique. You can apply this both to the water and to the food you consume.

  • Secret n°3: Cleanliness of the organism is a prerequisite for food’s energy efficiency

Obviously, if your organism is full of toxins, parasites, etc., you will never reach the right levels of energy despite all efforts. Hence, the very first thing to do before all the above described steps (and we intentionally put this at the very end to make a better stress and convey this message to the right audience) is to clean up the digestive system. There are a dozen of methods and systems to get rid of toxins and parasites, you can choose which ever suits you best, however make sure you really do complete this step before onboarding with raw food or any kind of diets. 

Having said that, we hope you have enjoyed these recommendations and that they will help you to enjoy better health and mood. Don’t hesitate to share if you liked this article.

Let the randomness become order

“If you want to know the secrets of the universe, think in terms of Energy, Frequency and Vibrations” (Nicolas Tesla). Replace the word “think” by “act” and you will get a powerful tool to use in your day-to-day life…

This gorgeous painting by Mariana Heilmann has travelled with me since more than a decade now. She uses the idea of interrelationships [between all of us] and explores how energy manifests itself from microscopic to macroscopic scales. Her drawing is a “result of sustained repetitive mark making”, “the process demands suspension of thought and a spontaneous release of energy”, so she’s able “to witness and record how continuous, random and chaotic movement tends to an order”. She combines this to the use of x-rays and cell or particle imagery and makes a fundamental matter research in various forms. (For references check her website here ).

Having received these canvasses as a gift from my mother, I would never imagine these could influence me so deeply and I believe this is not a coincidence (this often reminds me of the appealing signs and drawings in the movie  “Arrival” inspired from science fiction novella “Story of your life” by Ted Chiang).

I became addicted to everything that related to spirals and circles in the art masterpieces… Starting from apparent spirals in Van Gogh’s and Monnet’s paintings or Hokusai’s Kanagava waves and ending with the Armenian eternity symbol reflected in most of Ancient temples and “Khatchkars“, I relentlessly searched for the meaning of this repetitive and yet very scalable concept.

Van Gogh (Starry Night)

I came up with something that closely relates to the concept of Tao (dao in Chinese signifying “the way”, “the path”, the “supreme being”), in other words the “natural order of the universe”. According to Laozi, the essence of Tao cannot be understood as a concept, but rather lived as an experience of everyday being. It is the fundamental force, energy, that creates everything, the essence of the reality and even “the original matrix of the universe before its creation”. Modern scientists refer to this as a “dark matter”.

dark matter interactions in universe
the dark “unknown” universe

Since this is something non-conceptual, there is no point to further describe it. Rather, let us provide with some examples of how this can be lived. Tao – or if you prefer, “Energy” (I know this is a very rough and brutal shortcut but still useful for a better contextualization) – is the reason why all randomness in our life, combined to our own “will” and “acts”, necessarily tend to an order and we may experience it through many different ways.

There are no wrong passwords

In your life path changes throughout years you may notice that most of time this occurred once you started aligning yourself to a specific mood, state of mind, topics, people, way of living, habits, etc… This is called the Resonance. Britannica defines this as a “large selective response of an object or a system that vibrates in […] phase, with an externally applied oscillatory force” (link). Carl Jung often emphasized the role of external influences over the construction of the various archetypes of our “self” (again, sorry for a rude shortcut on Jung’s theories that are more complex and much more elaborated than this).

This is to point out that our “self” acts as a hacker who enters each time different passwords into the reality matrix and obtains access to the realities that most closely correspond to the entered password. Notice, it is the reality that unlocks the functioning of a password, not the opposite. In other words, password is the frequency and vibrations we create based on our way of thinking, acting, imagining, accepting and conceiving things.

Apply here the rule of the “natural order”. Knowing the way energy behaves, you will know more or less where you are heading to. The many undertakings or thoughts that turn in your head do not necessarily conduct you to your imagined or desired reality (no password – result correlation) but rather to the reality which mostly aligns with them. Hence, you may rather forsee your trajectory than the final destination. It is still something, isn’t it? No randomness possible here. This is very close to the quantum physics theories, but we are not going to dive into it for now.

The natural trend to the wholeness

Another trend of the Tao consists in purely internal psyche phenomena.

Among other concepts, Jung also “identified the innate drive towards our own wholeness as existing a priori – as an inherited drive and a drive that is universal” (Thanks to Therese Bimka for this summary). Energy trends again.

This relates to the “way” mentioned in our previous articles about the art of making connections. We highlighted the nerve cell way of self-development: inter-relating to others, connecting to the whole rather than embracing the whole. Now we may go even further: the natural trend can lead you to a greater level of harmony shall you want so.

How? Laozi suggests being flexible, behaving as an artist: at some parts we follow the natural appeal of the energy and at some other parts we guide this move whenever required. You still need to master it of course or else you won’t be called an artist. Nevertheless, it is by connecting both the spontaneous release of energy and our perception of it, that we may achieve this and perceive harmony.

Some people assert only the release of energy matters, others say everything can be and must be controlled. We say “follow the energy and guide it in the same time”, like a “water”. Seize the subtle character of the energy and let it express itself through the channel that causes most of benefits and that harms the least.

Take example of someone waiting in a queue. The person gets bored and either opts for paying attention to something else to forget about waiting (smartphone?) or releasing its negative emotions about waiting. However, the best ever opportunity this person could seize would be – to pay attention to its emotions in fact. Choose both options. This will make the person explore a whole new world, new questioning, new understanding and new ideas, far more creativity than just playing angry birds on the smartphone…. :). Enabling such an awareness will help to better channel your emotions, plans and ideas and avoid wasting them on self-destruction or self-distraction (both lead to the same outcomes…).

Wrap up

Determine firmly your objective, then release the grasp on energy and focus rather on the flow of energy than on the outcome. This is how Tao would apply to our life-impacting situations. As a painter holding a brush and twisting it with flexibility and yet determination, you would act the same way.

I conclude these thoughts by sharing an interesting experience that sums up all the above mentioned topics.

I was having an interview with a Senior Director of a worldwide known company. He started with the usual “tell me about yourself”. I was pretty well prepared for this, but I still hated that question. He noticed I was stressed and asked, “are you nervous?”.

This is where I felt “it’s enough, let this just go its way, stop controlling everything”. I replied “Yes, of course I am. Why wouldn’t I? I don’t know you, I don’t know this place, so naturally yes, I am nervous, but this will pass away throughout our conversation”. Starting from there I felt an immediate relief of energy and each time the person tried to restrain me I always allowed him and myself some higher level of flexibility both in mind and in expression simply by directing the attention to the right channel.

Whenever the person needed to talk I let him talk, whenever the person needed concrete answers, I directed my energy flow into it. It almost became a game where I had nothing to lose but where I was more concerned by the way I was channeling myself rather than the outcome. I did not accept the position they offered but I learnt a lot from this meeting.