Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Dual desire

Mutuality exclusive desires, that is wanting to be thin and wanting to eat, occur naturally. Letting go of the desire, a conscious impulse toward eating, may be the missing step. Elimination of the desire to eat, both conscious and unconscious.

This reminds me of the old Greek, who was he? Homer in   Odyssey?   Lashed to the mast so he could not act, his crew blindfolded and with ears plugged, to avoid the siren calls, temptation.

How does one let go of desire? 


  1. Maybe it’s down to, do we eat to live, or do we live to eat.

    Kind regards Eddie

  2. But how do we change our outlook on food, on life and eating? That is the question. What is the idea necessary to make that leap?


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