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Healthy Eating


Recently I found the book : "Eating and health according to the teaching work of The Master Peter Deunov" . I've never red something so simple and so senseful about the man's everyday healthy needs. Here are some of the most remarkable thoughts of The Master about the way you should eat . Some of these advises sound wired in nowadays, but I thing everyone could find something useful.

"Eat after sun rise and before sun set"

"Too hot and too cold foods are not healthy, especially if you eat them one after another. In that case you will spoil your stomach and your teeth."

"The hot food helps for the digestion, on the opposite - the cold food retards it."

"Immediately after eating you must wash your mouth."

"After you have finished eating you must not put anything in your mouth. Sudden adding of a new food brakes the chemical processes of the digestion."

"It is extremely dangerous to eat too much or to eat late in the evening, before going to bed. With such a dinner your sleep is not complete, because digestion process is in full speed and together with it work and the rest of your organs - heart, kidneys ?"

Who is Peter Deunov.

Peter Deunov (July 12, 1864 - December 27, 1944) also known as Beinsa Duono is the father of the Paneurhithmy.

Born near the Black Sea, he is the son of a Bulgarian Orthodox priest of singular devotion and vision. From 1888 to 1895 he studied medicine and theology in Boston, where he made a remarkable impression on those who knew him. Returning to his own country, he withdrew mainly into the mountains to prepare for his Divine Work.

In 1897 he began his teaching work and in 1898 issued a "Call to My People." In 1900 he established the "White Brotherhood", based on Divine Love, Wisdom, Truth, Justice, and Goodness. From then on he travelled throughout the country, teaching and healing, eventually establishing his base in Sofia, where a community gradually grew up around him and regular lectures were given. Annual congresses were held in August and continue to this day in the Rila mountains near the Seven Sacred Lakes.

PanEuRhithmy was gradually given to the hundreds of people who camped there with him, inspired by his teaching and presence.

He passed over on the 27th of December 1944 leaving a following of 40,000 people. Since then his teachings have continued to be practiced, most notably the PanEuRhythmy which was first performed in secret during the following forty-five years of oppression which he had predicted, and now openly and worldwide because of its remarkable life-enhancing qualities and evolutionary potential.

In my next article I will continue with more helpful tips and advises from that remarkable man.

Vanya Alex has been writing for http://www.mybestshop.co.uk - you can find her at: admin@mybestshop.co.uk


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