How to Like Healthy Food More Than Unhealthy Food

Hi everyone! I recently was on a panel of media folks to hear the pitches of some writers of new books, many of which were about food and cooking. There were so many fascinating takes on food that I was inspired to have a run of guest bloggers post on my site for this coming month. This first one is by a very interesting gentleman I met who delves deep into how we can change our unhealthy eating/cooking habits. Enjoy!

We all want to be healthy and we all know eating well is the key to health. But why is it that even though we know this we always seem to like the foods that are not good for us? The healthy foods like salads, fruits and vegetables never seem quite as appealing as the ‘delicious’ unhealthy foods. Everybody knows they should eat well, but only a few people actually like doing it. Why is this, and how do I become one of the people who naturally likes healthy food more than unhealthy food?

The key to this lies in consciousness.

Let me explain………

The 5,000-year-old wisdom of India, which is the same wisdom system that gave us yoga, meditation, The Life of Pi, and much other wisdom, teaches us that all things in reality, which basically means everything and anything that exists has a vibrational energy. This means that every object has two parts to it. One part is the physical object and the other part is the energy of that object. We can easily see and touch the physical part of the object, but the energy or quality of the object is subtler, less physical, so it can be harder to see or perceive. Nevertheless, it is still there and has an undeniable affect.

Food has an energy and when we eat it, that energy enters us and affects our consciousness. This means that our moods, desires and feelings can be and are influenced by what we eat. Eating affects our body as well as our mind. Just as what we consume with our mind affects our body, like when we laugh, frown or get aroused. In the same way, what we consume with our body also affects our mind.

There are 3 basic energies (qualities or modes to be specific) that are in everything such as food, body and mind.

Goodness is: light, happy, nourishing, supportive, content, healing, peaceful and clear.
Passion is: driven, ambitious, lusty, greedy and fast
Darkness is: destructive, depressed, angry, lamentative, slow and ignorant

If you eat foods with the energy of goodness your consciousness will be in goodness, if you eat foods with the energy of passion your consciousness will be passionate and the same goes for darkness.

In turn, the mode or energy of your consciousness will make you naturally attracted to a food of the same energy. Like attracts like.
Most healthy foods are generally in the mode of goodness, while some are in the mode of passion. Foods in the mode of darkness will destroy health and sanity.
So to be naturally attracted to foods that are healthy; raise your consciousness to the mode of goodness. This is done by making a habit of eating healthy foods and especially eating those foods with no killing involved. Your consciousness will gradually upgrade and you will find healthy food more attractive. If you touch food and say the ancient mantra ‘gopal’ the energy of the food begins to transform to goodness and even beyond. To do this, simply touch the food and say, ‘gopal’ 8 times. Try it for a month before every meal and experience its effect.
To learn about how this all works, how to empower yourself in all areas of your life and how to progress with peace and power to enlightenment go to and get my course on “The Unique System of 6 Spiritual Truths”. The course is worth quite a bit, but you can have it for free as my gift to you 

About Vishnu Swami:

•    Was made the worlds youngest Swami. Being a Swami is the most highly respected and greatest, rarest authority position in the Eastern traditions. Becoming a Swami at 23 is practically unheard of.
•    Is an authority of the Indian philosophy in India and has taught the majority of the time In India
•   Has lived and studied full time in a monastery in India since age of 11
•    Has taught in 20 countries around the world
•    Has spoken to crowds numbering over 15,000
•    Is currently working on his PHD, in “Vedic Philosophy”
•    Mentors other monks
•    Has lectured at Universities worldwide
Author of the upcoming book “The Virtue of Surrender”
Author of the upcoming book “The Virtue of Surrender”


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