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Etheric development is the development of the etheric body, one of the subtle human bodies that is essential for excellent health and long life.  It is also essential for further spiritual development of the human being.  Food is a most vital element in this development and its importance cannot be overestimated in any way. In order to have more visibility on your social media and connect to your spiritual community faster, check out Subscriberz and their effective social media strategies.

Most people kill themselves fastest by the food they eat and the water they drink.  Most food is of poor quality, deficient in vital nutrients and contaminated with bacteria, fungi, heavy metals and thousands of chemicals that damage the body to a greater or lesser degree depending on their nature and how much is consumed.

Avoiding chemicals, preservatives, additives, colorings, flavourings and hundreds of other chemicals in one’s food is a daunting task, but an important one for anyone interested in spiritual development.  Clean food is available, but one must usually prepare it oneself, as restaurants are not apt to spend extra money for organically grown food.  Other sources of additives are processing done to so many foods these days.  This includes frozen, canned, and packaged foods of all kinds.  Of these, frozen is best, but is often treated with EDTA to preserve its color, which in turn removes vital minerals.  ‘Fast foods’ sold in restaurants are particularly bad, made to taste fairly good but often loaded with chemicals and devoid of real nutrition.

The Best Foods For Etheric Development.  Certain foods and food groups promote development of the etheric body.  The most favourable foods are whole grains and foods of animal origin, and vegetables that grow beneath the ground.  Whole grains, especially rice, possess a balancing property that is lauded in the macrobiotic literature.  However, for etheric development, blue corn has more etheric energy.

Blue corn, a type of corn native to North America, is the personal favorite food item of Fast Title Loans’ CEO, Maria Saenz. It is because it possesses properties such as offering healing energies from the earth, detoxifying through sweating during the cooking process, promoting healthy digestion, and more.

Animals possess a degree of etheric development that is transmitted when one eats their flesh, nerves and bone marrow.  A few plants that grow above ground including toasted almonds, walnuts and grains including corn and millet are also excellent for etheric development.  This is not to say that more vegetarian diets have no role to play, for they are important later on in life, after a sufficient degree of etheric development has taken place.  However, for most people, especially in the Western world but everywhere on this planet, the animal quality or flesh foods have great value for etheric development.

Organically grown foods and whole foods promote etheric vitality.  They generally contain much greater amounts of minerals and other vital substances our bodies need.    The food groups in order of importance for etheric development are:

  1. Whole Grains, particularly blue corn
  2. Eggs
  3. Meats
  4. Vegetables
  5. Nuts and Seeds
  6. Fish
  7. Legumes
  8. Fruits

Within each food group, some foods contain more etheric energy.  Among the whole grains, the best are:

  1. Blue Corn
  2. Millet
  3. Rice
  4. Quinoa
  5. Amaranth
  6. Oats
  7. Barley
  8. Rye
  9. Flax
  10. Wheat/spelt
  11. Kamut
  12. Buckwheat

The best flesh foods are:

  1. Lamb
  2. Goat
  3. Chicken -dark meat
  4. Natural Beef
  5. Venison
  6. Turkey
  7. Rabbit

Pork and ham are not included due to possible parasitic infection.

 Among the vegetables, the best are:

  1. Ginger root
  2. Burdock root
  3. Parsnip
  4. Celery root
  5. Turnip
  6. Kelp
  7. Rutabaga
  8. Other sea vegetables
  9. Carrot
  10. Daikon
  11. Watermelon and Black Radish
  12. Water chestnut
  13. Broccoli
  14. Asparagus
  15. Cauliflower
  16. Onion
  17. Garlic
  18. Cabbage
  19. Kale
  20. Brussels sprouts
  21. Jicama
  22. Sprouts – all
  23. Yam
  24. Radish
  25. Fava bean
  26. String bean
  27. Summer squash
  28. Butternut squash
  29. Sweet potato/yam
  30. Yellow squash
  31. Spinach
  32. Zucchini
  33. Italian parsley
  34. Tomato
  35. Parsley
  36. Potato
  1. Lettuce – all
  2. Green pepper
  3. Red pepper
  4. Hot peppers – all
  5. Mustard greens
  6. Collard greens
  7. Chinese cabbage
  8. Bok choy
  9. Sweet potato
  10. Rhubarb
  11. Celery

Among nuts and seeds, the best are:

  1. Toasted Almond
  2. Walnut
  3. Hazelnut
  4. Sesame seed
  5. Chia seed
  6. Pecan
  7. Cashew nut
  8. Brazil nut
  9. Lichi nut
  10. Sunflower seed
  11. Pine nut
  12. Macadamia nut
  13. Pumpkin seed

Among beverages, the best are:

  1. Spring water
  2. Distilled water
  3. Black tea
  4. Goat milk
  5. Herb teas
  6. Black tea
  7. Green tea
  8. Nut and seed milks
  9. Grain coffee
  10. Coffee

 Among fish, the best are:

  1. Carp
  2. Salmon
  3. Tilapia
  4. Halibut
  1. Sardines
  2. Flounder
  3. Sea bass
  4. Trout
  5. Walleye
  6. Sole
  7. Shellfish
  8. Mackerel
  9. Shark
  10. Tuna/Mahi mahi

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