04 Mar

The organism needs a periodical cleaning because it accumulates waste products and toxins that come from outside or which are product of our metabolism. This cleaning prevents us from “incurable” diseases, tones the body and strengthens the immune system.

Every day in our subconscious  mind enters soul “waste” poisons and “viruses”.

Fasting has a cleansing and healing effect on the soul – it releases stress, strengthens the will, intellect and memory.

In animals, fasting is an instinctive process – some days they do not feed and others they just search for certain herbs. This is especially observed in carnivores.

For longer fasts – more than a day, there are calendar periods during which the human natural energy is strong enough and the need for food is significantly less. This is related to the change of seasons and the phases of the moon.

In fasting we exclude meat from our daily food plan, while in the strict fasting we also exclude the dairy products. We just do not exclude the necessary amount of vegetable fats. Of course, in fasting we should exclude all toxic and psychotropic substances *.

During that time we experience spiritual purity, which means rejection of negative thoughts and conditions, refrain from sinful thoughts and actions and avoid rough language and behaviour.

“What defines a person is not what goes into the mouth, it is what comes out of the mouth that defines a man.”– Matthew 15:11; Mark 7:15

While fasting the body is not deprived of anything necessary for the balanced diet as we include in our daily food plan – cereals, pulse and nuts. Most recommended are fresh fruits, vegetables, grains and salads. Of course in fasting we do not overeat and we try to eat only at certain hours (to not prevent the work of the internal organs). Do not eat at late hours. Dinner should be lighter as well as the breakfast.

Full cathartic fasting is made of 1 to 3 days. It is desirable these days to be off. Best periods for fasting are on full moon or the periods during Lent. On these days we do not consume food and milk. We drink more tea. You can make  an enema too. If you experience severe hunger, drink about 100 g. fruit juice (or fresh fruits) or a spoonful of honey.

The most appropriate fasting for a  good health is at the beginning and end of the winter (Christmas and Easter) or on a full moon day at the end of the week. The church calendar provides other, more short fastings (Petrov) and three meatless days a week – Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

During fasting the body becomes more sensitive to all active substances, in particular to drugs. If you are taking any drugs you should reduce the dose as prescribed by a physician.
Avoid fried foods and factory bread, especially overripe.
Instead of coffee, drink black and green tea.
Dark chocolate is meagre/lean.
If the day of fasting coincides with a holiday then on this day we celebrate, we don‘t fast.

Do not fast:
– Children up to 12 years
– Pregnant and nursing mothers
– Adults with signs of senile weakness
– Sick and injured people
– Soldiers on sentry duty or front

* Toxic and psychotropic substances in foods are:
– Aspartame – in almost all sweetened drinks.
– Many chemical and animal additives marked with E. . .
– Caffeine – in various drinks and pastry products.

Not lean foods are:
– Candy with alcohol.
– Containing animal products such as gelatin, lard, egg powder and others.
– Broths and soups with chemical additives.
– Stored food for a long time as well as reheated food.
– Expired for consumption.

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