Hello my dear friends,
We’ve been experiencing subtle but penetrating energy shifts since the beginning of this year.
I felt the urge for a simple cellular decluttering, so I decided to drink a scoop of psyllium husks dissolved in a large glass of water every day until the end of August.
Since psyllium fiber is a soluble fiber, it becomes gelatinous and sticky in water. It’s been known to relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, as well as promote regular bowel elimination.
More than that, drinking psyllium feels soft, soothing and nurturing. And this extra fibre directs me to drink more water than I would normally, which is supporting my cells to regenerate faster.
In Ayurvedic Medicine, which is thousands of years old, our first brain is actually considered to be our gut.
While we were developing in our mother’s womb, our first point of connection and growth was through the umbilical cord at our navel point. So this was our first nerve plexus, which functions just like a brain.
When we have a healthy, happy and efficiently functioning gut, this reflects automatically on our brain functions in our head.
Our colons are designed to function as smoothly flowing sewer systems to flush out digestive wastes from our body. However, in most of my clients, they have become stagnant cesspools of putrefying garbage!
Years of accumulated toxic waste from processed foods eaten in unhealthy combinations slow down the colon’s “sewering” efficiency, and we don’t unclog and drain out sewers regularly enough.
What goes in, must come out- eventually.
Inside us, it can fester for years, disabling, even crippling our system.
This “toxic overload” is the real reason behind chronic, degenerative diseases.
If this is what’s happening in our gut, then imagine what’s going on in our head?
An overload of thoughts and beliefs rooted from our past? Thoughts which are unprocessed, unresolved, festering, lingering, what sort of delays, impairments, illusions may they be creating in our every day lives?
Maybe it’s time to purge or simply declutter!
Here’s to our increasing joy and vitality!
Dr Sangeeta Sahi