Monday, March 18, 2013

Giving Up Wheat for Pesaj

I am giving up bread, corn, and other wheat-y foods during Passover next week. Though I am not Jewish, I have been studying Kabbalah and one of the things we learned is the energy of food and how we can use it to raise our vibration. Wheat-y things certainly do feed my gluttonous impulses so I can relate to cutting them out for a week and making room for spiritual growth. 

It could also be a good time to do a real spring cleaning and get rid of things that I no longer need in my life. This could be my own interpretation but I see it as a good opportunity to clean my soul, mind and my living quarters of old energy/food/clutter. Out with the old, in with the new and hopefully lots of good.   

I haven't given anything up for Lent this year (or the past 10 years). Giving up something for Lent always struck me as symbolic whereas giving up wheat next week is meant to have an effect on the energy body and it's ability to receive light. I am curious and I thought I would give it a try to see what happens.

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Reiki hugs, Regina 


  1. Funny, I've been doing these things myself as well. The no-carbing is by necessity, not choice, and it's pretty much permanent. But I've been having a good old cleanout as well, and it's so cathartic. It always makes me feel better. Go for it! :)

    1. I took a load of clothing, books and shoes to Oxfam today (also put a little tag on the books inviting people to come back to my FB page and tell me about it when they are done LOL). The next month or so I'm going to be revisiting my stuff to see what I can give away or throw out. Too much clutter for my taste =)

      Cutting out wheat is probably a good thing for me too. I think I might be intolerant anyway =/