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I was 100% raw for 1.5 years and it was fantastic. I experienced increased self love and external love. My outer body changed and my outer environment changed. All of my senses were markedly heightened. I was light and full of energy. I found that way of eating very creative and colourful. Time was not an issue. I used to spend hours in the kitchen having fun preparing different raw combos, having fun going to the market almost every morning to buy stocks. Every meal was an art piece, a romantic date with myself which I also had the option to share. You can't just dump it on a plate. It deserves to look special. In fact it is so beautiful you WANT to share it. Currently I'm eating "anything goes" (except meat). Lots of chocolate, which makes me question what I am sublimating. The current mode of eating feels like stuffing something in to fill a space. With raw eating, every choice of ingredient was thoughtful and healthy——not filling space, but clearing it and opening for more of life. I didn't have to try to eat raw. Woke up one morning and it so happened that my body called for it and I answered. To get back there now would require effort. But . . . effort worth expending.

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