Food × Emotion = Reaction?①


Maybe that over-eating during the holiday season? I found a canker sore on the back side of my tongue on the other day.
But I haven’t had alcohol, and I eat lots of vegetable. Not sure about the cause, yet 3 days passed. Then there was another canker sore around the same spot on the 4th day.

So I did muscle testing with my own body to find out what food is related to this canker sore.

I checked all the foods I’ve been eating but no response.

Then finally, I tested for the chocolate.

The result was…

That’s it!! Chocolate, it is!!

It was actually so shocking to me… Why chocolate?!

Because, I used to be heavily addicted to chocolate.
During the 20-some years, there was not a single day that I didn’t eat it.

The worst time was probably when I was in high school. Even after finishing 12 oz of chocolate, I was still craving for more.

And after I met IH and healed myself a lot, the unstoppable craving for chocolate somehow disappeared completely.

So I thought my body is totally fine with it.
Then, why did it become the food that my body reacts as a stress? After all these years?

Then I remembered what my soul friend N told me before.

When she checked some foods with her muscle testing, there was 2 foods that her body gave a stress reaction, and that was rice and vinegar.
She wondered why, because she had been eating them totally fine since she was a child.
Why did they become stress for her body?
Then she remembered her old memory, with rice and vinegar…
That’s sushi rice.
When she was a college student, she was having a hard time supporting herself financially.
And she survived the time by eating lots of sushi rice that she could get from her part time job.
And that hard feeling, the rice and the vinegar were somehow stuck together, stored in her body’s memory as “stress”.

Thanks for reading! This blog is getting long, so I’ll continue on the next one…

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